DNA #102911 A-1a


posted: February 6, 2008

#102911 Group A-1a
done for Sharon Kisor by male cousin
Participant: Son of Kenneth Curtis Kincaide and Louise Mall

Proven by:
Birth Certificate naming the DNA donor as son of Kenneth Curtis Kincade and Louise Mall

Personal Knowledge: I know the participant as son of his father


Kenneth Curtis Kincaide 1912-1973
Curtis Eugene Kincaide 1884-1956
Nephus "Pink" Kincaide 1851-~1890
David Kincaid 1807-1866



Kenneth Curtis Kincaide born August 7, 1912 in Kansas City, Wyandotte County, Kansas, died February 12, 1973 in Kansas. Married Louise Mall May 20, 1933 in Kansas City, Kansas

Son of : Curtis Eugene Kincaide and Emma Jane Roberts

Proven by:
Personal Knowledge - I knew my grandfather Curtis and all of my aunts, uncles and cousins

1920 Kansas City, Kansas census showing Kenneth as son of Curtis and Emma Curtis Kincaide 35, Head, born in Texas
Emma J. Kincaide 25, Wife, born in Missouri
Ella E. Kincaide, 8, daughter, born in Kansas
Kenneth C. Kincaide, 7, son, born in Kansas
Daisy M. Kincaide, 5, daughter, born in Kansas
Olive A. Kincaide, 3 & 7/12, daughter, born in Kansas (mother of Sharon Kisor)
Emma J. Kincaide 2 & 13/12, daughter, born in Kansas
Willard E. Kincaide, 1/12, son, born in Kansas


Curtis Eugene Kincaide born June 20, 1884 in Paris, Texas, died December 6, 1956 in Kansas City, Kansas. Married Emma Jane Roberts March 7, 1909 in Kansas City, Kansas

Son of: Nephus "Pink" Kincaide and Mary Elizabeth Scrivner

Proven by:
Railroad Social Security Application for Curtis Kincaide dated October 1930 showing Nephus Pink Kincaide and Mary Elizabeth Scrivner as his parents

1880 Paris, Texas census shows Pink with wife Mary Pink Kincade, 26, born in North Carolina - both parents born in North Carolina
Mary Kincade, 28, wife, born in Tennessee
Eugene Kincade, 8, son, born in Texas
Daisy Kincade, 2, daughter, born in Texas
Theo Scrivener, 34, brother-in-law, born in Tennessee

1900 census shows Curtis living with Robert Cruse and family which are shown living next door to Theo Scrivener. Robert is married to the stepdaughter of Theo Scrivener, uncle of Curtis Kincaide.
Robert Cruse, Head, 24
Mary Cruse, Wife, 27
Nancy Cruse, daughter, 9/12
C. Kincaide, Boarder, 15, born in Texas

Next Door:
Theo Scrivner, Head, 55, born in Tennessee
Nannie Scrivner, Wife, 39
Crockett Scrivner, Newphew, 15, born in Texas

Original marriage license for Nephus and Mary in my possession dated December 29, 1875, Paris, Texas


Nephus "Pink" Kincaide born 1851 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, died About 1890 in Paris, Texas. Married Mary Elizabeth Scrivner December 29, 1875 in Paris, Texas. Married second Dovie Gilbert November 15, 1888 in Paris, Texas. He was called Pink all of his life.

Son of David (2) Kincaid and Bathsheba Hansell

Proven by:
North Carolina Marriage Records for David and Bathsheba. After her death in 1854, he married her cousin Winnie Hansel January 11, 1855 in Lincoln County, North Carolina, per the North Carolina Marriage Records.

1860 census for Lincoln County, NC showing Pink as son of David. This particular census taker actually wrote in the county and state of their births.
David Kincade 53, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Winnie Kincade, 50, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Mary Kincade, 18, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Cephas Kincade, 16, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Frances Kincade, 14, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Albert Kincade, 12, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina
Pink Kincade, 9, born in Lincoln County, North Carolina

1850 census for Lincoln County, NC
David Kincaid, 43, born in North Carolina
Penbala (Bathsheba) Kincaid, 39, born in North Carolina
Mary E. Kincaid, 7, born in North Carolina
Cephas G. Kincaid, 5, born in North Carolina
Frances T. Kincaid, 3, born in North Carolina
Mary Kincaid, 39, born in North Carolina

Estate papers of David Kincaid naming his children. From the Lincoln County, North Carolina quarter Session 1866 - "The petition of Winney Kincaid against Mary Kincaid, Cephas Kincaid, Frances Kincaid, and Pinkney Kincaid. Your petitioner is the widow and relict of David Kincaid of said county.Your petitioner further shows that the above named defendants are the only heirs at law of the said David Kincaid."

Letter from Beatrice Kincaid, written about 1985, of Iron Station, North Carolina - 7 miles from Lincolnton, Lincoln County, North Carolina. She refers to a letter her father received, many years ago, from Willie K. Jones who is the daughter of Cephas Kincaid. "Willie K. Jones' letter says that her Uncle Pink lived on a truck farm near Paris, that he married twice, leaving 6 children, that he and his last wife died with consumption." Willie also named her Aunt Mary Beatty and Aunt Fannie.


David Kincaid born 1807 per 1850 and 1860 census, died March 25, 1866 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Married Bathsheba Hansell October 29, 1840 in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Married Winney Hansel January 11, 1855

Probable son of John Kincaid Jr. and Staca (sic) unknown