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Re: Goldman Kimbrough Rev. War Service
Posted by: Vicki Bullard (ID *****6502) Date: September 08, 2009 at 19:33:55
In Reply to: Re: Goldman Kimbrough Rev. War Service by R. V. of 1104

Richard Calvin Kimbrough, b. about 1799/1800 in N.C. was the son of Goldman Kimbrough b. 1766 N.C. After fighting in the War of 1812 under Jackson at the battle of Horseshoe Bend and New Orleans he settled in Hardin County, Kentucky where he married Jane Morrison. They had three children while in Kentucky: James M., before 1820; Goldman A., 1821 and Andrew H.,
1823. In 1825, Richard and family moved to Edgar County, Illinois.

Goldman A. married Permelia/Pamela James on 27 November 1842 and later an Axey J. Knight on 9 November 1858. I believe that the Nancy J. Kimbrough that you have in your records and the Axey J. Kimbrough that is recorded in the Illinois Marriage Index could be the same people. I think you should look at records located in the Illinois Marriage Index, Vol. B, Pg 25, Lic#4051, Edgar County. I don't have anymore information on Goldman A. Kimbrough than this.

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