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Re: HEnry Kirk 1755-1815?
Posted by: Eugene Field (ID *****7371) Date: October 24, 2011 at 15:13:05
In Reply to: HEnry Kirk 1755-1815? by P.Fazzini of 816

McRoberts, Milton Rudolph, Ph.D, A Family of Hynemans -- Pioneers to Gibson County, Indiana (31 July 1975 (Princeton Public Library)), pg. vii.

Kirk - Watkins Farm Cemetery, Washington Township, Gibson County, Indiana (Elliott, Dan, http://ingenweb.org/ingibson/Cemeteries_wPhotos/WashingtonTwp/Kirk-Watkins%20Farm/was_kirk_watkinsfarm.html.)

"The Harmon and Perry Genealogy" (http://www.theharmons.us/harmon_t/tharmon.htm).

Robling, Natalie, "The Beginning of the Phillips line for V. Dale Robling" (Princeton Public Library, Gibson County, Indiana), pg. 10.

Above are some sources you can use to find nformation on Henry Kirk b. 1755 Shenandoa, VA., d. 20 Nov. 1815, Gibson Co. IN.

We do not know about the Revolutionary War but most likely he was.

Married Celia Mason b 19 Sept 1754 Frederick County MD d. 1800 Meade Co. KY
Married Mary Ann "Margarim" Jones Knox Co. IN

With Mary Ann he had 6 children with Celia he also had 6 children.

This is all we know about him.

Gene and Lucie Field http://www.luciefield.net/








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