DNA #168734 BRe-Posted July 28, 2010
#182877's test confirmed DNA of #168734
VETTEDVetting Edwin Kinkead and John Arthur Kinkead to David Kinkead & Martha Sproul
Edwin Kinkead DNA #182877 Group B
John Arthur Kinkead DNA # 168724 Group B
Researcher: Link M. Davis, brother-in-law of John Arthur Kinkead and husband of Nancy Kinkead Davis
LINEAGE REVIEWEdwin Kinkead
Charles William Kinkead 1896-1959
John Arthur Kinkead
Floyd Arthur Kinkead 1918-2004
Charles William Kinkead 1896-1959
Robert Kirker Kinkead 1860-1910+
William Kinkead 1823-1898
Robert Kinkead 1768-1831
David Kinkead 1747-1790+
JOHN ARTHUR KINKEADJohn Arthur Kinkead b. 2 Feb 1950 Norristown, Montgomery Co., PA m. 6 Aug 1977 to Mary Luanne Melroy, Collegeville, Montgomery Co., PA
Son of Floyd Arthur Kinkead & Molly M. Brogan
Certification of Birth, File # 0275750-1950, date of birth 16 Feb 1950, county Montgomery, PA, Father's Name - Floyd Arthur Kinkead , age 31, birthplace - Greensburg, PA. Mother's Maiden Name - Molly M. Brogan, age 26, birthplace Norristown, PA.
Obituary for Floyd A. Kinkead - Philadelphia Inquirer dated 8 Dec 2004 in which is stated, "he was the father of Patricia Kinkead, Nancy Davis, John (Jay) Kinkead, Mary Jo Dressler, Christine Giannone, Joseph and Peter Kinkead."
Life Knowledge - My wife, Nancy Kinkead Davis, knows that her brother John Arthur Kinkead is the natural son of Floyd Arthur Kinkead and that Edwin Kinkead is acknowledged as uncle of John Arthur Kinkead. .
FLOYD ARTHUR KINKEADFloyd Arthur Kinkead b. 14 Oct 1918 Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA d. 6 Dec 2004, Melrose Park, Montgomery Co., PA m. 6 May 1944 to Mary Margaret Brogan, Norristown, Montgomery Co., PA
Edwin Kinkead b ..... m ----
Sons of Charles William Kinkead & Elizabeth Harriet McKlveen
Obituary for Charles W. Kinkead - Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA dated 27 Aug 1959 in which is stated, "He is survived by his wife, Mrs Elizabeth McKlveen Kinkead; a daughter, Mrs Anna Jane Washabaugh, Jeanette; four sons: Floyd, Norristown; Charles W. Jr, Apollo; Ralph, Greensburg RD; Edwin, Apollo RD; 14 grandchildren: one brother, Harry, Derry."
"Life Knowledge - Signed statement from Ralph Victor Kinkead b. 18 Sep 1928 (brother of Floyd Arthur Kinkead) and dated 4 Mar 2010 in which he states " Before my mother passed in 1973, my mother, Elizabeth Harriet McKlveen Herwick Kinkead b. 5 Dec 1898 told my sister and me in confidence that Floyd was the natural son of Charles William Kinkead. Up to that point, we had been told that he was our half brother, the son from her first marriage to Charles Leon Herwick. She wanted us to know before she died that Floyd was our full brother, fathered by Charles William Kinkead, who had abandoned her when she got pregnant. She married Charles Leon Herwick on 4 April 1918, and Floyd was born in October of that year (the same day Charles Herwick died in Camp Sherman, Ohio). Elizabeth eventually married Charles William Kinkead on 16 August 1921, and they had four more children (Anna Jane, Charles, Ralph and Edwin), but I didn't know until this conversation with my mother that our father was also the birth father of Floyd.
1930 Census, Freeport, Armstrong Co., PA,
Kinkead, Charles W. head age 33
Elizabeth, wife, age 31
Floyd, stepson, age 11
Anna J. daughter, age 8
Charles W. II, son, age 5
Ralph V. son, age 1.5
Obituary for Anna J. Kinkead Washabau. Trib-Review, Greensburg, PA dated 10 Mar 2010. "Anna Jane Washabau, 87, of Greensburg, died Monday, 8 Mar 2010. She was the daughter of the late Charles W. and Elizabeth (McKlveen) Kinkead. She was predeceased by her brother, Floyd (Molly) Kinkead.
Marriage Register from St. Patrick's Church in Norristown, Montgomery Co., PA Pg 71 entry 703 Floyd Arthur Kinkead lists parents as Charles Kinkead and Elizabeth McKlveen date of marriage 6 May 1944
Application for Marriage #74997 dated 5 May 1944, states that Floyd A. Kinkead's parents were Charles W. Kinkead and Elizabeth H Kinkead. Birthplace of father - Livermore, Westmoreland Co., PA.
Death Certificate for Floyd A. Kinkead states that his parents were Charles Kinkead and Elizabeth McKlveen.
CHARLES WILLIAM KINKEADCharles William Kinkead b. 25 Sep 1896 Livermore, Derry Township, Westmoreland Co., PA d. 26 Aug 1959, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA m. 16 Aug 1921 to Elizabeth Harriet McKlveen, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA
Son of Robert Kirker Kinkead & Anna B. Harkins
Application for Marriage #51359 dated 16 Aug 1921, states that Charles William Kinkead's parents were Robert Kirker Kinkead and Anna Barbara Harkins Kinkead. Birthplace of father - Livermore, Westmoreland Co., PA.
Obituary for Charles W. Kinkead - Tribune-Review, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA dated 27 Aug 1959 in which is stated, "Born in Derry, a son of the late William K[sic Robert K]. and Anna Harkins Kinkead. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Elizabeth McKlveen Kinkead; a daughter, Mrs Anna Jane Washabaugh, Jeanette; four sons: Floyd, Norristown; Charles W. Jr, Apollo; Ralph, Greensburg RD; Edwin, Apollo RD; 14 grandchildren: one brother, Harry, Derry."
Yes, this is a misprint
1910 Census, Derry Borough, Westmoreland Co., PA,
Harkins, Maggie, head age 44,
Sydney Harkins, sister, age 40,
Kinkead,Charles, nephew, age 13,
Kinkead, Robert K. brother-in-law, age 49.
1900 Census, Derry Borough, Westmoreland Co., PA,
Kinkade, Robert K., head, b. Sep 1860 39 yrs and married 14 yrs
Anna, wife, b. Jan 1862 39 yrs, married 14 yrs, 3 of 8 children living
James, son, b. Jul 1888 age 11 yrs
Harry, son, b. Mar 1891 age 9 yrs
Charles, son, b. Sep 1896, age 3 yrs.
ROBERT KIRKER KINKEADRobert Kirker Kinkead b. 7 Sep 1860 PA d. after 1910 m. 21 Apr 1886 to Anna B. Harkins, Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA.
Son of William Kinkead & Sarah Jane B. Miller
Application for Marriage dated 21 Apr 1886, states that Robert K. Kinkead's parents were William and Sarah Kinkead. Marriage License #264, Westmoreland Co., PA.(States that he was a merchant and lived in Livermore, Westmoreland Co., PA and that she was a teacher and lived in Greensburg, Westmoreland Co., PA).
1880 Census, Livermore, Westmoreland Co., PA,
Kinkead, William 57 yrs, dry good merchant
Sarah 52 yrs
William 24 yrs, painter
Kirker 19 yrs, clerk in store
Mary 16 yrs.
1860 Census, New Alexandria, Westmoreland Co., PA,
Kinkade, William 37 yrs
Sarah 32 yrs, Sarah 11yrs
Levinah 9 yrs
Ann Abella 7 yrs
William 4 yrs
Clarra Mary 2 yrs
Ida Ella 2 yrs.
(Robert Kirker was born is 7 Sep 1860 about 2.5 months after this census).
Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Westmoreland County Pennsylvania. Published in 1890. Under Biographies of Westmoreland County is William Kinkead. "On the 15th of May, 1846, he married Sarah J. Miller, who is a resident of Indiana County, this state. Mr. and Mrs. Kinkead have been the parents of nine children: Martha Jane, who died September 7, 1848; Elizabeth, married to John Wallace of New Alexandria and has two children, Edward and Annie; Lovenia, wife of S. D. Swend, deputy sheriff; Annabella, married G. W. Hughes of Latrobe and has one child, Stella; Clara M., wife of George Hull of Latrobe; Ida E., married to G. W. Shearer of Derry Station; Rachel M., died June 27, 1882; William, who married Mary Smith and has four children, Edward, John S., Percy, and Leonora Claire; and Robert, of Derry Station, who married Annie Harkins and has three children, Nellie and James F. and one name not known".
Obituary PA Argus 16 Mar 1898 for William Kinkead states "William Kinkead, of Livermore, father of R. K. Kinkead."
Obituary for Sarah J. Kinkead states "Mrs. Sarah J. Kinkead, mother of esteemed and highly-respected townsman R. K. Kinkead."
Death of Sarah Jane Kinkead in August of 1896, late of Livermore, Westmoreland County, PA, administration of her estate each of the following received $180.00: Robert K. Kinkead, Clara K. Hull, Lavina K. married Swend, Anna Belle married Hughes, Ida Ella married Shearer, Sarah E. married Wallace, William M. Kinkead Sr., William M. Kinkead Jr. Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, PA, Kincaid file
WILLIAM KINKEADWilliam Kinkead b. 9 Jan 1823 Huntington Co, PA d.12 Mar 1898 Livermore, Westmoreland Co. PA m. 15 Mar 1846 to Sarah Jane B. Miller .
Son of Robert Kinkead & Mary "Polly" McClelland
Genealogical History of the Kinkead Family. Dated 1886 and compiled by James M. Kinkead. William Kinkead (at age 63) writes to his cousin James M. Kinkead that of the nine children that his father Robert Kinkead and Mary McClelland had, only three are living - William (being the writer of the letter) Martha and Maria. William goes on to say that he married Sarah Jane B. Miller on 15 May 1846 "and have had nine children as follows, viz: Martha Jane, Sarah Elizabeth, Lovinia, Anna Bell, William, Ida Ellen and Clara Mary (twins), Robert Kirker and Rachel Mary.
Biographical and Historical Cyclopedia of Westmoreland County Pennsylvania. Published in 1890. Under Biographies of Westmoreland County is William Kinkead. "He was born in Huntingdon county, Pa., January 9, 1829 and is the son of Robert and Mary (McClelland) Kinkead"
"Robert Kinkead was born and reared in county Derry, Ireland. Robert and Mary Kinkead were the parents of thirteen children: David, Samuel, George, James, William, Robert, Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, Margaret, Eliza and Maria (twins) and Letitia.
1820 Census Tyrone Township, Huntington County, PA, USFC, p. 80. Robert Kinkead 1 m 10-16, 1 m 16-18, 2 m 16-25, 1 m over 45, 1 f under 10, 2 f 10-16, 1 f 16-26, 1 f 26-44.
1810 Census, Tyrone Township, Huntington County, PA, USFC, 006. Robert Kinkead 3 m under 10, 1 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 2 f under 10, 1 f 26-45.
1800 Census, Rapho Township, Lancaster County, PA, USFC, microfilm m32-39, p. 252.
Robert Kinkead 1 m to 10, 1 m 10-16, 1 m 26-45, 1 f 10-16. 1 f 26-45,
Rapho and Donegal Townships are both in the NW corner of Lancaster County.
They were actually both originally one township named Donegal and Rapho broke off in 1741.
ROBERT KINKEADRobert Kinkead b. 17 Oct 1768 Co. Derry Ireland d.10 Mar 1831 Lancaster Co. PA m.18 May 1798. Mary "Polly" McClelland
Son of David Kinkead & Martha Sproul
Genealogical History of the Kinkead Family. Dated 1886 and compiled by James M. Kinkead. William Kinkead (at age 63) writes to his cousin James M. Kinkead. "David Kinkead and Martha Sproul, his wife, emigrated from the County, Tyrone, Ireland, the year of 1776, and lived near the town of Newark in the state of Delaware, where he enlisted as a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, and served during the War." They had nine children, - Six sons and three daughters, as follows: viz: Robert, - Maxwell, - David, - Martha, - George, - and William. There was also Mary, Margaret and Gabriel, but of these I do not know anything and have no means of ascertaining. I give the names according to seniority of age, except the last three named, whom I cannot place."
Blair County, PA USGenWeb Archives transcribed and submitted by Judy Banja. "David Kinkead, the father of Maxwell Kinkead, emigrated from County Tyrone, Ireland, and settled in Wilmington, in the state of Delaware, in the year 1777. After the revolutionary war was over, he removed the family to a place called Chickie's creek, between Columbia and Mount Joy, in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, known as Sharrar's Mill, where the old folks died, and are buried at Donegal church, near Mount Joy".
1790 Census Donegal Township, Lancaster County, PA
David Kinkead - head of family, 3 free, white, males sixteen years of age including head of families, 4 free, white, males under sixteen years, 4 free, white, females including head of families.
1768 Robert Kinkead born to David Kinkead & wife, Martha Sproul, in Omagh, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland on Oct. 18, 1768. Daughters of the American Revolution Research Library, Washington D.C., David Kinkead file.
DAVID KINKEADDavid Kinkead b. 1747 Ireland d after 1790 Lancaster Co. PA m Martha Sproul
Son of unknown
What is known:
Delaware Tax Assessment 1782 David Kinkead taxed in White Clay Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.
1776 David Kinkead & wife, Martha Sproul emigrated from Omagh, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland to Newark, New Castle County, Delaware some time during 1776. Daughters of the American Revolution Research Library, Washington D.C., David Kinkead file.
Unknown file of Chris D. Kraft and Alice D. Gedge - David Kinkead enlisted shortly after reaching this country, as a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, in Captain John Boggs Company of Colonel Couch's
Regiment of the Delaware Militia, and was in active service during the War.
1790 Census Donegal Township, Lancaster County, PA David Kinkead - head of family, 3 free, white, males sixteen years of age including head of families, 4 free, white, males under sixteen years, 4 free, white, females including head of families.
[Rapho and Donegal Townships are both in the NW corner of Lancaster County. They were actually both originally one township named Donegal and Rapho broke off in 1741].
Marching to any place within the Same for their own Security; especially when the Commander in Chief assures them they shall not be required to go any where out of it.
This Body of Troops must be at the Posts assigned them as a general Ren- dezvous as soon as possible; and the farthest off before the first day of November next; At these Posts they will receive further Orders.
October 14th, 1777.
A MUSTER ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN BOGGS COMPANY OF MILITIA FROM THE DELAWARE STATE IN THE SECOND BATTALION COMMANDED BY COLONEL COUCH ESQ. Commissioned Officers: Capt. John Boggs,1st. Lt. George Reynolds Ensign James Kerr Serjeants: David Kirkpatrick, John Kerr, Edward Armstrong, James Anderson Drummer Charles Anderson Privates: Jas. Russel, Jno. Dearmond,Wm. Russel, Simon Nevil, Robt. Wallace, Thos. Donaldson, Jas. Musgrove, Thos. Bradly, David Moody, Jno. McClean, Timothy Corram, left sick, James Hamilton, David Kinkead, Robt. Russel, David Nicholson, Wm. Ogle Saml. Woodbridge, AUex Ogle, Patrick McClean, Ezekiel Eaton, Henry Gam
I do Declare on Honour that the Officers & men who Appeard this Day in my Compa are Bonafida Engaged in the Service of the State & receive Pay According to the Rank they hold on this Role Likewise the Time of entring into & Present Service is assertained on the face of this Roll Also Timothy Corram whome we Left Sick on the Road is effective when in health.
JOHN BOGGS Capt.
Mustered Then in Capt. Boggs Compa The Capt. one Lieutent one Ensign Four Serjants one Drummer & Twenty Privates Allowing one Private Sick to Pass Un- respited he being Certified Effective This muster is taken from the Seventeenth of December to the 27th Boath Days Encluded.
NATHL. DONNELL, Dept. Must. Mast.
War Dept. Washington, D. C.
(Note - This Roll has no date, but as Nathaniel Donnell was Muster Master in 1776, it would make the date about that time.)