Thomas KINMAN John KINMAN Jane KINMAN Jeremiah KINMAN Else KINMAN Samuel KINMAN Elizabeth KINMAN David KINMAN Elizabeth PATTON James E KINMAN David KINMAN Samuel KINMAN Levi Joseph KINMAN Elizabeth KINMAN Mary Mini tree diagram

William KINMAN

about 17501 - 1825

Life History

about 1750

Born in Montgomery Co., Pennsylvania.1

approx. 1776

Birth of son John KINMAN in ,North Carolina.6,7,8,9

about 1778

Birth of daughter Jane KINMAN in ,North Carolina

21st May 1780

Witness in Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania (Philadephia).2

To the will of John Laboyteaux

1782

Birth of son Jeremiah KINMAN in ,North Carolina.10,1,11,12

about 1786

Birth of daughter Else KINMAN

1787

Birth of son Samuel KINMAN in ,North Carolina.13,14,15

about 1788

Birth of daughter Elizabeth KINMAN

1792

Birth of son David KINMAN in ,North Carolina.1,16,17,18

1800

Resident in ,Kentucky.3

12th Oct 1811

Wrote will in Harrison Co., Kentucky.4

7th Aug 1820

Recorded in census in Harrison Co., Kentucky (South Side of Licking River).1

1825

Died in Harrison Co., Kentucky

Dec 1825

Probate in Harrison Co., Kentucky.5,4

Names wife, Elizabeth; sons, David, John, Jeremiah and Samuel; daughters, Elizabeth Henry, Jane McKellen (wife of Hugh McKellen) and Alse Miller. Written October 12, 1811.

Other facts

 

Married Elizabeth PATTON

Notes

  • In the History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas counties, Kentucky [O L Baskin & Co, Chicago, 1882] there is some confusion as to William's origins.

    In talking of the History of Harrison County (p320) it says:

    "William Kinman, a native of Maryland, also settled on the South Fork of Raven Creek"

    However, later in the biography of Greenberry Kinman, William's grandson, it states:

    "His grandfather, William Kinman, came from Pennsylvania about 1800, and settled on the South Fork of Raven, where he had two small distilleries for peach and apple brandy"

    Him being the son of Thomas of Pennsylvania is also doubtful. Thomas' other children were all born in Greene County, Georgia, whereas William first makes an appearance in Pennsylvania in 1780.

    The one certainty is that he is closely related to John Kinman of Pennsylvania, as shown by the 37/37  marker y-STR DNA match between descendants of John and William respectively.

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