Daniel KINSMAN Daniel KINSMAN William Pethick KINSMAN Selina Ann KINSMAN Daniel KINSMAN Henry KINSMAN Eliza KINSMAN Emma KINSMAN Selina Lavinia NEWBERRY Ann WONNACOTT Mini tree diagram

William Henry KINSMAN

18391,2 - 13th Jan 1916

Miller, in business with a small farm4

Life History


Born in Week St Mary, Cornwall.1,2

5th Nov 1839

Baptised in Week St Mary, Cornwall.3

s/o Daniel (farmer) and Ann

6th Jun 1841

Recorded in census in Week St Mary, Cornwall (Lower Bakesdown).1

30th Mar 1851

Recorded in census in Plymouth, Devon (Bath Street).2

18th Jan 1859

Birth of son William Pethick KINSMAN in Tavistock, Devon.4,5

19th Nov 1859

Married Selina Lavinia NEWBERRY in Whitchurch, Devon.6


Occupation Miller, in business with a small farm.4


Resident in Buckland Monachorum, Devon (Hatch Mill).4

14th Jan 1861

Birth of daughter Selina Ann KINSMAN in Tavistock, Devon

2nd May 1864

Birth of son Daniel KINSMAN in Tavistock, Devon


Birth of son Henry KINSMAN in ,Devon


Birth of daughter Eliza KINSMAN in Tavistock, Devon


Death of daughter Eliza KINSMAN in Buckland Monachorum, Devon

17th May 1874

Birth of daughter Emma KINSMAN in Tilton, Marquette, Michigan

26th Aug 1883

Death of Selina Lavinia NEWBERRY in Marquette, Marquette, Michigan

13th Jan 1916

Died in Diorite, Marquette, Michigan

16th Jan 1916

Buried in Ishpeming, Michigan, USA


  • Birth Certifiicate:
    Week St. Mary in the county of Cornwall
    3rd November 1839 at Bakesdown in the Parish of Week St. Mary
    William Henry Kinsman
    Father: Daniel Kinsman
    Mother: Ann Kinsman formerly Wonnacott then Pethick
    Fathers occupation: Mason
    Reg'd by Ann Pethick, Mother, Bakesdown, Week St. Mary
    Reg'd: 23rd. November 1839

  • The Daily Mining Journal- Marquette- Saturday, January 15,1916 pg. 6

    Death of Wm. Kinsman Sr.
    Pioneer Resident of Marquette County passed away at Diorite Yesterday.

    William Kinsman Sr. a pioneer resident of Marquette county , died yesterday morning at 2 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Nickolas Thomas, at Diorite. Mr. Kinsman had made his home with his daughter for the past few years, prior to which time he was a resident of Ishpeming. The deceased had been ailing for the past few months and his death had been expected for two weeks.

    Mr. Kinsman came to Ishpeming over forty years ago and had spent the greater part of his life here. He was eighty years old and was well known throughout the country. During his early residence here Mr. Kinsman was employed as a miner, but retired from active employment a number of years ago. He was born in england, coming to this country when quite young.

    Mrs. Kinsman passed away here thirty four years ago. Surviving Mr. Kinsman are the following sons and daughters; William P. Kinsman, Mrs Selina Trathen, and Mrs. Alice Rundell, of this city; Daniel of Buhl, Minn. ; Harry Kinsman of Butte, Montana; Mrs. Nicolas Thomas, Diorite; John and George Hill, of the National Mine, and Mrs. Maria Tallion, of Butte, Mont. arrangements have not been completed for the funeral which will probably be held here.

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