My name is Robert Michael Coe. I came across your search for Michael Coe and thought I would drop you a line and introduce myself. It my be that we are related. I will keep my eye out for Michael Coe and pass on any info I find. One…"
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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
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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.
Mary, about 15 years ago I put my genealogy history (what I knew of it) on Ancestry.com. That was before I started driving tractor-trailer. Back then I had alot more time to do research. Have you ever read Charles Banks "History of Martha's Vineyard"? He did extensive research of the families of Martha's Vineyard. There is also a history of Buckfield where my family lived a couple of hundred years ago.Another research book is "Old Foxcroft" by Mary Chandler Lowell, MD., J.M. I have a copy of this book.