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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Tombstone Tuesday - George Washington Kinnick 1784

Tombstone Tuesday - George Washington KINNICK 1784-1865

This simple stone marks the grave of a major contributor to the KINNICK family line in the USA. Born in Davies Co, NC, George married Hannah GRIMES there in 1806. They had ten children who lived to adulthood, each had large families of their own, and moved to Johnson Co, Indiana in about 1850 and their descendants now live from coast to coast - providing most the the KINNICK descendants today.



This family is the primary subject of the 1953 publication: 

THE KINNICK FAMILY
A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE
KINNICK FAMILY OF AMERICA

Descendants of
John Kinnick and Ann Kinnick
of Davie County, North Carolina

BY
NETTIE EDNA KINNICK WAGGENER
FRANKLIN, INDIANA

which then led to publication of:
The KINNICK 2003 Genealogy Book Online that I had the honor and privilege to compile for The Kinnick Project - now represented by The Kinnick Project blog.

The George and Hannah GRIMES KINNICK Family History compiled by Dr. Bill (William L.) Smith is now available in print or electronic form.


Families are Forever!  ;-)

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