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Re: Kinchen Family Descendants
Posted by: RANGEE CROSS WATSON Date: January 22, 2000 at 11:14:29
In Reply to: Re: Kinchen Family Descendants by Sue Habenicht of 272

This is a quote from History of Laurens County.Page 239
"William Kinchen was living on Laurens County soil when the County was created. He came from North Carolina about 1791 and became a pioneer in the Indian lands that became Wilkerson County, his home being in the part later apportioned to the new county of Laurens. He was born in 1737 and died in 1835, having reached his 98th birthday. He was the father of Uriah Kinchen, milita officier and county sheriff."
He is also the father of William Kinchens from Houston County or Pulaski County, more
about this in the Laurens County Court Records. This information is from Washington
Mem. Lib. in Macon, Ga. see my other posting.
Rangee Cross Watson



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