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Kinch, Coe, Cough, Kough, Vanderhoven, Mayhew, Boles, Vickous, Wells, Knapp, Close, Peck, Carpenter, Brower, Mumford, Vandervliet, Inman
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Intermediate Family History Researcher
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Researching my mine and my husband's family.
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Alexander Kinch b. April 1816 and d. 26 Oct 1851

When I said we were looking for William Alexander Kinch, it seems that he may have gone by just Alexander Kinch. The 2 census reports that we have found he is Alex. We would love to know where he is buried and maybe an obituary for him. He owned a shoe shop and made shoes in 5th in Manhattan, NY in 1846 - 1851 when he died.

Posted on December 6, 2010 at 7:36pm

Kinch Family

Good Morning, I am looking for the parents of William Alexander Kinch b. 18 April 1816 d. 26 Oct 1851. He went by Alexander. Can anyone help.

Posted on February 9, 2010 at 6:40am — 1 Comment

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At 7:54pm on January 6, 2014, Rosemary Crouse Mohn said…

Sorry, forgot to tell you his name is Charles Coe

At 7:53pm on January 6, 2014, Rosemary Crouse Mohn said…

Mary, I am writing for a friend he would like to talk to all Koch or Coe Cousin, he is descendant from Andreas Koch. ccoe@mcsnet.ca

At 4:07pm on September 27, 2012, Al Dawson said…

I'm told you also have Nicolas KNAPP as an ancestor

At 9:46pm on March 7, 2012, Jan Burke said…

Hi Mary!  So sorry about that -- I really wanted to hear the story!  The phone battery went dead.  I've sent you an email.

Jan

At 1:49pm on February 11, 2011, Madehlinne said…

STILL More Kinch Info

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Ralph A. Kinch

New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980
   
birth:    U.S.
spouse:    Emma H. Madden
       
record title:    New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980
name:    Arthur Kinch
gender:    Male
birth date:    02 Apr 1889
birthplace:    Camden, Camden, New Jersey
father's name:    Ralph A. Kinch
father's birthplace:    U.S.
father's age:    51y
mother's name:    Emma H. Madden
mother's birthplace:    U.S.
mother's age:    33y
indexing project (batch) number:    C01629-2
system origin:    New Jersey-EASy
source film number:    4

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Ralph A. Kinch

New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980
   
birth:    Us
spouse:    Emma H. Madden
       
record title:    New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980
name:    Kinch
gender:    Male
birth date:    17 Mar 1893
birthplace:    WD, Gloucester, New Jersey
father's name:    Ralph A. Kinch
father's birthplace:    Us
father's age:    53y
mother's name:    Emma H. Madden
mother's birthplace:    Us
mother's age:    37y
indexing project (batch) number:    C05073-6
system origin:    New Jersey-EASy
source film number:    494226

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At 1:44pm on February 11, 2011, Madehlinne said…

More Kinch Info

 


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Ralph A. Kinch

New York Marriages, 1686-1980
   
parents:    Abijah Kinch, Julia E Crabb
spouse:    Margaret Hesketh Hancock
marriage:    20 Apr 1879 — Manhattan, New York, New York
       
record title:    New York Marriages, 1686-1980
groom's name:    Ralph A Kinch
bride's name:    Margaret Hesketh Hancock
marriage date:    20 Apr 1879
marriage place:    Manhattan, New York, New York
groom's father's name:    Abijah Kinch
groom's mother's name:    Julia E Crabb
bride's father's name:    Henry Hesketh
bride's mother's name:    Margaret Meadows
indexing project (batch) number:    M00534-7
system origin:    New_York-ODM
source film number:    15623


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At 1:43pm on February 11, 2011, Madehlinne said…

Mary: I have managed to dig up some Kinch info and, while it may NOT be exactly what you're looking for, it does help fill in the picture.

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U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1862-1918

Name:     Abijah Kinch
State:     New York
Tax Year:     1863
Roll Title:     District 10; Annual and Special Lists; 1862-1863
NARA Series:     M603
NARA Roll:     91

It's interesting to note that on these tax lists ABIJAH is listed as a shoemaker.

In Jan. 1863, he's taxed for 75 prs. of Boot----[hard to read handwriting] and boot heels,
valued at $62.99. Tax: $1.88

In Feb. 1863, taxed for 64 prs. of Ladies' shoes & boots, valued at $60.10. Tax: $1.10

In March 1863, taxed for 75 prs. Buskins & boots, valued at $68.80. Tax: $2.06

There's more, but I thought you would like at least some info to start.

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Sarah J. Kinch

New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720-1988
   
birth:    1818 — U.S.
death:    13 Apr 1890 — Passaic City, Passaic, New Jersey
       
record title:    New Jersey Deaths and Burials, 1720-1988
name:    Sarah J. Kinch
gender:    Female
death date:    13 Apr 1890
death place:    Passaic City, Passaic, New Jersey
age:    72
birth date:    1818
birthplace:    U.S.
race:    White
marital status:    Widowed
indexing project (batch) number:    B06611-3
system origin:    New Jersey-EASy
source film number:    5897




At 12:24pm on February 9, 2011, Kate Steere said…
if you send me your email address to chrismomxyz@yahoo.com, I'll send you Elbert's mortuary notice. :)
At 7:18pm on December 26, 2010, Alice Ellingsberg said…
Hi Mary.  If you have been invited to join a chapter of the National Society Colonial Dames of the XVII Century, the difficult part is over.  All that remains is to prove your lineage.  If you are already a member of DAR or another lineage society, much of your work is already done.  The requirements for documentation are basically the same, although it may be necessary to go back another generation or two.  I'll be happy to do whatever I can to help..  Please feel free to contact me directly at nddaughter@aol.com  
At 12:23pm on July 18, 2010, Weston H Mayhew said…
Mary, I can't get back any further back than William Mayhew, b. 1760 (who was in the Revolutionary War). Evidently his father's name was Nathaniel Mayo of Scituate, Ma. I don't know how the name evolved from Mayo.
 
 
 

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