Charity Kirkpatrick1

F, b. November 1840, d. 23 March 1936
     Charity Kirkpatrick was born in November 1840 at Fayette Co., OH.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Parrett. Charity Kirkpatrick married Albert Sellers on 28 August 1860 at Fayette Co., OH; five children born, four living as of the 1900 census. Charity Kirkpatrick lived in June 1880 at Bloomingburg, Fayette Co., OH.3 She lived in June 1900 at Clifton, Clark Co., OH.2 She married Jonathan Henry Owen on 15 April 1907 at Champaign Co., OH. Charity Kirkpatrick died on 23 March 1936 at Clark Co., OH, at age 95. She was buried in March 1936 at Ferncliff Cemetery, Springfield, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #28916527.

Children of Charity Kirkpatrick and Albert Sellers

Citations

  1. [S268] 1850 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 678.
  2. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.
  3. [S566] 1880 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 1013-14; FHL #1255013-14.

Clair Neff Kirkpatrick

M, b. 18 September 1904, d. 22 June 1992
     Clair Neff Kirkpatrick was born on 18 September 1904 at Fulton Co., IL. He was the son of Frank Kirkpatrick and Grace Louella Neff. Clair Neff Kirkpatrick lived in 1977 at Van Buren, Crawford Co., AR. He died on 22 June 1992 at Ft. Smith, Sebastian Co., AR, at age 87.

Child of Clair Neff Kirkpatrick

Clarence Lane Kirkpatrick

M, b. 10 May 1910, d. 14 May 1993
     Clarence Lane Kirkpatrick was born on 10 May 1910 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of James Garfield Kirkpatrick and Bertha Sarah Rexroat. Clarence Lane Kirkpatrick married Mary R. Gilkerson, daughter of James W. Gilkerson and Gertrude R. Blackstone, on 26 August 1933 at Mansfield, Richland Co., OH. Clarence Lane Kirkpatrick began military service WW II, U.S. Army. He died on 14 May 1993 at Leawood, Johnson Co., KS, at age 83 OBITUARY - The Kansas City Star, May 16, 1993

Clarence L. "Kirk" Kirkpatrick, 83, Leawood, a business owner, died May 14, 1993, at the home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Newcomer's Overland Park Chapel. Burial will be in the Mansfield (Ohio) Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the Western Unit of the Masonic Home of Missouri in care of the Swope Park Masonic Lodge.
Mr. Kirkpatrick owned the Davis Waterproofing Co. from 1963 until he retired in 1983. He earlier owned the DeLong Coal Co., the Preload Midwest Construction Co. and the Industrial Coatings Engraving Co. He was a member of Elks Lodge No. 26, the Swope Park Masonic Lodge and the Ararat Shrine.
He was a Presbyterian. He was an Army veteran of World War II, a charter member of the Blue Hills post of the American Legion, and a member of the Overland Park post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Schuman-Heink chapter of the Disabled American Veterans. He was born in Macomb, Ill., and moved to this area in 1918. Survivors include his wife, Mary Kirkpatrick, of the home.

Clyde Edwin Kirkpatrick

M, b. 15 January 1903, d. 29 October 1949
     Clyde Edwin Kirkpatrick was born on 15 January 1903 at Cass Twp., Fulton Co., IL. He was the son of Frank Kirkpatrick and Grace Louella Neff. Clyde Edwin Kirkpatrick died on 29 October 1949 at Havana, Mason Co., IL, at age 46.

Curtis Ray Kirkpatrick

M, b. 21 January 1935, d. 21 January 1935
     Curtis Ray Kirkpatrick died on 21 January 1935. He was born on 21 January 1935. He was the son of Clair Neff Kirkpatrick.

Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick

M, b. 29 April 1909, d. 18 March 1971
     Note: From John P. Kirkpatrick:
Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick was the older of two sons born to James Garfield and Bertha Sarah (Rexroat) Kirkpatrick. He was born 29 April 1908 at Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois, and attended grammar school there. He died 18 March 1971. He married Parma Dixon Leinbach whom he met at the University of Kansas. The couple married at the bride's home in Onaga, Pottawatomie Co., Kansas, 28 November 1931. She was born at McAlester, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma on 1 July 1908, the daughter of Chester Arthur and Rosemary (McKennon) Leinbach. Chester A. Leinbach was born 1 April 1881 and died in 1933. His wife Rosemary, daughter of Capt. Archibald McKennon (Arkansas 16th Infantry), was born in 1884 and died in
1930.
Dale Kirkpatrick moved as a child with his family from Illinois to Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, between 1915 and 1919. He attended high school and junior college in Kansas City. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1930 with a degree in mechanical engineering. While in college he worked with his father in the Flint Hills Oil Fields. Upon graduation he went to work for Worthington Pump, but in 1932 lost his job because of the Depression. For a time he sold notions in eastern Kansas and Western Missouri, then moved into the gasoline business in Nevada,
Vernon County, Missouri. But by 1935 he was called back to Worthington Pump.
Once again the Depression forced his termination and he returned to Nevada. The gasoline business prospered enough that he purchased a complete city block and established a combination gasoline station-auto wrecking yard-mechanical shop and auto parts business. He operated this until 1941.
When World War II came along, the gasoline-auto business became highly regulated by The wartime Office of Price Administration (O.P.A) and the Wartime Production board (W.P.B.) and Dale went back into mechanical engineering. He travelled about with a variety of engineering posts in Michigan, Louisiana, Texas and New Mexico (the Atomic Energy Plant at Los Alamos), including assignments in pipelines, refineries and chemical plants. He died at the age of 62 at Nevada, having
assembled a considerable amount of real estate in the area.
His wife, Parma, had completed two years of pre-law and two years of law school but dropped her career in favor of marriage. She was the daughter of Chester Arthur Leinbach the Prosecuting Attorney of Potawatomi Co. KS. Her Uncle Roscoe Conklin Leinbach was the Onaga KS town physician.

Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick was born on 29 April 1909 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of James Garfield Kirkpatrick and Bertha Sarah Rexroat. Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick married Parma Dixon Leinbach, daughter of Chester Arthur Leinbach and Rosemary McKennon, on 28 November 1931 at Onaga, Pottawatomie Co., KS, NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Onaga Herald, December 3, 1931

Leinbach-Kirkpatrick.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Leinbach was the scene of a very pretty wedding, last Saturday noon, when their daughter, Miss Parma, was united in marriage to Mr. Dale M. Kirkpatrick, of Kansas City, Mo.
Rev. Wright M. Horton, pastor of the Federated church, read the ceremony. The home was prettily decorated in yellow and white, with yellow and white chrysanthemums, Spanish moss and palm branches. The impressive ring ceremony was used. The bride was dressed in white-satin with tulle veil to match. She was attended by her sister, Miss Anna Elizabeth, who wore a yellow silk dress. The groom wore the conventional dark blue.
Mr. J. A. Campbell, friend of the groom, was best man.
Only the immediate relatives of the two families were present.
The bride was born and raised in this community, and graduate from the Onaga high school. She attended Kansas University for three years, and is a very talented and refined young lady. The groom is a graduate of Kansas university in the class of 1929 and is a mechanical engineer. He is employed by the Worthington Pump and Machine Company, of Kansas City, Mo.
Following the ceremony, the happy newly-weds departed for their new home at 1030 Benton St., Kansas City, Mo. The many friends in this community extend congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedded life.


Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick lived in 1966 at Nevada, Vernon Co., MO. He died on 18 March 1971 at Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co., KS, at age 61. He was buried in March 1971 at Olathe, Johnson Co., KS.

Children of Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick and Parma Dixon Leinbach

David Melvin Kirkpatrick

M, b. 1 December 1935, d. 23 December 2006
     David Melvin Kirkpatrick was born on 1 December 1935 at Nevada, Vernon Co., MO. He was the son of Dale Melvin Kirkpatrick and Parma Dixon Leinbach. David Melvin Kirkpatrick was graduated in 1963; B.M.E. (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering), University of Houston. He died on 23 December 2006 at Fircrest, Pierce Co., WA, at age 71 From John P. Kirkpatrick
David Melvin Kirkpatrick was the first child of Dale Melvin and Parma Dixon (Leinbach) Kirkpatrick. He was born 1 December 1935 at Nevada, Vernon County, Missouri. He married Barbara Nevon Wyant at Bethel, Wyandotte County, Kansas on 3 September 1957. She was the elder of two daughters of James Orville and Edith Nora (Earl) Wyant.
Barbara's parents were divorced and Barbara lived with her mother and step-father, Lloyd White, at Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. Barbara used the name White in most of her transactions except on her wedding license. Her father, James Wyant, died 22 February 1950 in Kansas City. He was the next to youngest child of James Uriah and Margaret Alice (Long) Wyant of Clearfield, Taylor County, Iowa.
David completed a B.M.E. (Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering) degree from the University of Houston in 1963. He began a long career as an engineering executive working successively for Todd Shipyards, Houston, Texas; Dow Chemical, Freeport, Texas; Celanese Polymer; Spinoza; Bechtel Corp; and Gulf Interstate Engineering. In1981 he was with Litwin Corp., Tacoma, Washington, as director of marketing for electronic technology. He is a Republican and a member of the Christian Church. He lives in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington. He is the author of "An American Kirkpatrick Family, 1754-1972" (1972).

Obituary - Tacoma News-Tribune; 2006-12-27;
David M. Kirkpatrick
David M. Kirkpatrick, born Dec. 1, 1935 in Nevada, MO, passed away Dec. 23, 2006 in Fircrest. He was a U.S. Army veteran and a member of the Knights Templar, Colguhoun Society of America & U.K.
He is survived by wife Barbara N. Kirkpatrick, children Amy E. (Vern) Heller, Marshall L. (Taeja) Kirkpatrick and Neil M. (Tricia) Kirkpatrick, grandchildren Jordan, Jenai, Addison and Christian.
Memorial services will be held on Tues., Jan. 2, 2007 at 11 a.m. at Tuell-McKee Funeral Home, 2215 Sixth Ave., Tacoma, 253-272-1414.


Eldora Kirkpatrick1

F, b. circa 1856
     Eldora Kirkpatrick was born circa 1856 at Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Parrett.

Citations

  1. [S269] 1870 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1199; FHL #552698.

Frank Kirkpatrick

M, b. 18 October 1874, d. 28 January 1959
     Frank Kirkpatrick was born on 18 October 1874 at Bernadotte Twp., Fulton Co., IL. He was the son of James S. Kirkpatrick and Lydia A. Pigg. Frank Kirkpatrick married Grace Louella Neff, daughter of Isaac Melvin Neff and Harriet Stock, on 18 March 1902 at Cuba, Fulton Co., IL. Frank Kirkpatrick married Nellie Neff, daughter of Isaac Melvin Neff and Harriet Stock, on 4 December 1918 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Frank Kirkpatrick died on 28 January 1959 at Fulton Co., IL, at age 84 OBITUARY

Frank Kirkpatrick, 84, of Table Grove, Dies
Frank Kirkpatrick, 84, a prominent farmer in the Table Grove area, died early this morning at McDonough District Hospital where he had been a patient for the past two days.
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Table Grove Community Church. The Rev. Paul Lee will officiate, and burial will be in Baughman Cemetery near Smithfield.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was born on Oct. 18, 1874, near Industry to James and Lydia Pigg Kirkpatrick. He was active in farming all his life, and lived in the Table Grove community since 1902.
He was married March 18, 1902 to Grace Neff. She died in 1916. He later married Nellie Neff on Dec. 4, 1913, who survives.
Also surviving are five children, Clair Kirkpatrick of VanBuren, Ark., Mrs. Irene Barkley of Ipava, Raymond Kirkpatrick of Columbia, S.D., Russell Kirkpatrick of Macomb and Burdett Kirkpatrick of Urbana. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. One son, one sister, three half-brothers and three half-sisters are deceased.
Friends may call at the Shawgo Funeral Home in Ipava after 1 p.m. Thursday.

He was buried in 1959 at Baughman Cemetery, Smithfield, Fulton Co., IL.

Children of Frank Kirkpatrick and Grace Louella Neff

Frank Lee Kirkpatrick

M, b. 11 March 1942, d. 9 June 1997
     Frank Lee Kirkpatrick was born on 11 March 1942 at Ipava, Fulton Co., IL. He was the son of Russell Everett Kirkpatrick. Frank Lee Kirkpatrick began military service Vietnam War, U.S. Army. He died on 9 June 1997 at Ipava, Fulton Co., IL, at age 55 OBITUARY

CAMDEN -- Frank L. Kirkpatrick, 55, of Route 1, Camden died at 9:25 a.m. Monday, June 9, 1997, at 430 W. Main, Ipava.
He was born March 11, 1942, in Ipava to Russell E. and Kathryn Mae (Lee) Kirkpatrick. He was engaged to Doris "Dee" Agans of Camden, who survives.
He is also survived by one son, Carlton Kirkpatrick of Riverside, Calif; two daughters, Heather Agans of Rushville and Haley Agans of Camden; four sisters, Judy Davis of Atlanta, Ga., Becky Stambaugh of St. Augustine, Kay Weaver and Mary Frederick, both of Table Grove; two brothers, William Kirkpatrick and Ken Kirkpatrick, both of Bushnell; and one granddaughter, Hannah.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and his grandparents.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was a U.S. Army veteran having served in Vietnam. He was a trucker.
Services are 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Shawgo Memorial Home in Ipave with the Rev. Richard Stone officiating.
Burial will be in the Ipava Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the Shawgo Memorial Home in Ipave. There will be no formal visitation. Memorials may be made to the McDonough District Hospice Program or the Frank Kirkpatrick Memorial Fund in care of the Rushville State Bank.

George Melvin Kirkpatrick

M, b. 23 October 1869, d. 4 May 1950
     Note: From John P. Kirkpatrick
George Melvin Kirkpatrick was born 23 October 1869 in McDonough County, Illinois, and died 4 May 1950 at Macomb, McDonough County, Illinois. He married first on 12 December 1894 in Macomb, Anna Maude Mourning, daughter of William Harvey and Nancy Ann (Breeden) Mourning, who was born 11 November 1873, McDonough County, Illinois, and died 3 May 1925 at Macomb, Illinois. He married second, on 17 October 1928, Mrs. Hattie (Grogg) Smith. George was a farmer and he and Anna were members of the Presbyterian Church.

George Melvin Kirkpatrick was born on 23 October 1869 at McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. and Mary Frances Munson. George Melvin Kirkpatrick married Anna Maude Mourning, daughter of William Harvey Mourning and Nancy Ann Breeden, on 12 December 1894 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. George Melvin Kirkpatrick married Harriet Ellen Coplan, daughter of Samuel Coplan and Lydia Stephens, on 17 October 1928. George Melvin Kirkpatrick died on 4 May 1950 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL, at age 80 OBITUARY - Macomb Daily Journal

George M. Kirkpatrick Dies At Hospital Here
George M. Kirkpatrick, Macomb route three, died at 9:25 a.m. today at the Phelps hospital. He had been in poor health the past year, becoming seriously ill about three months ago.
Funeral services will be held at the Clugston funeral home at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, and burial will be in Camp Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
He was born October 23, 1869 to John and Mary Frances Munson Kirkpatrick on the Kirkpatrick homestead eight miles south of Macomb in Industry township. He spent most of his life on that farm until he moved to his recent home one-half mile south of the St. Francis hospital. As a young man he united with the Industry Christian church later transferring his membership to Ebenezer. After retiring to his recent home near Macomb, he had attended the Methodist church here while his health permitted.
On December 11, 1894, he was married to Anna Mourning of Colchester who preceded him in death May 3, 1925. Their six children survive: Ruby Kirkpatrick of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. Charles Pollock, John W. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. Roland McAlister of Macomb, Mrs. Richard Biddles of Pana, Ill., and Ralph Kirpatrick of Kenosha, Wis. One brother, James G. Kirkpatrick of Nevada, Mo., 12 grand children and five great grand children also survive. One sister, Mrs. Katherine Osborn is deceased.

Children of George Melvin Kirkpatrick and Anna Maude Mourning

Henry Kirkpatrick1

M, b. circa July 1850
     Henry Kirkpatrick was born circa July 1850 at Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Thomas Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Parrett.1

Citations

  1. [S268] 1850 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 678.

Irene Tressa Kirkpatrick

F, b. 13 November 1906, d. 11 April 2001
     Irene Tressa Kirkpatrick was born on 13 November 1906 at Smithfield, Fulton Co., IL. She was the daughter of Frank Kirkpatrick and Grace Louella Neff. Irene Tressa Kirkpatrick married Frank J. Barkley, son of Charles Barkley and Grace Sprinkle, on 26 December 1925 at Keokuk, Lee Co., IA. Irene Tressa Kirkpatrick died on 11 April 2001 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL, at age 94 OBITUARY - The Peoria Journal Star, April 12, 2001

Irene T. Barkley, 94, of 100 W. Jefferson, Macomb, formerly of Ipava, died at 7:58 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, 2001, at Wesley Village in Macomb. Born Nov. 13, 1906, in Smithfield to Frank and Grace Neff Kirkpatrick, she married Frank Barkley on Dec. 26, 1925, in Keokuk, Iowa. He died March 9, 1989. She also was preceded in death by one son, Dr. Robert Barkley, and four brothers.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ted (Ginny) Doxstader of Macomb and Mrs. Sonny (Carolyn) Van Order of Vermont; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and one brother, Burdette (and Mary) Kirkpatrick of Champaign.
A graduate of Western Illinois University, she taught school in the Ipava area for more than 30 years.
She was a member of Ipava Order of Eastern Star Chapter 226. She was a member of Ipava United Methodist Church. Graveside services will be at 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Ipava Cemetery. The Rev. Kevin Kessler will officiate. Visitation will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at Shawgo Memorial Home in Ipava, with services by her Eastern Star chapter at 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be made to her church, VIT Junior/Senior High Library or W esley Village.

She was buried in April 2001 at Ipava Cemetery, Ipava, Fulton Co., IL.

Child of Irene Tressa Kirkpatrick and Frank J. Barkley

James Kirkpatrick

M
     James Kirkpatrick married Alice (?).

Child of James Kirkpatrick and Alice (?)

James Kirkpatrick1

M, b. circa 1849
     James Kirkpatrick was also known as James Kirk.2 He was born circa 1849 at Fayette Co., OH, Probably late 1848.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Parrett.1

Citations

  1. [S268] 1850 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 678.
  2. [S269] 1870 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1199; FHL #552698.

James Kirkpatrick

M, b. 1 October 1781, d. 1 January 1840
     James Kirkpatrick was born on 1 October 1781 at Shenandoah Co., VA. He married Nancy Smith on 29 May 1806 at Monroe Co., VA (now WV). James Kirkpatrick died on 1 January 1840 at Fayette Co., OH, at age 58.

Child of James Kirkpatrick and Nancy Smith

James Garfield Kirkpatrick

M, b. 26 December 1879, d. 29 November 1966
     James Garfield Kirkpatrick was also known as "JG".
Note: From John P. Kirkpatrick
James Garfield Kirkpatrick was born 26 December 1879 at McComb, Illinois, and died at Nevada, Missouri, 29 November 1966. He married Bertha Sarah Rexroat, daughter of William H. and Mary Francis (Landis) Rexroat, on 24 May 1905, in Saline County, Nebraska. She was born 10 August 1886 in Nebraska. The couple were divorced at Independence, Missouri, sometime between 1935 and 1937 after a lengthy separation.
The couple had a dispute sometime around 1915 and separated at that time. James departed for Kansas City, Missouri, and Bertha continued to live on the family farm.
In Kansas City, James (most often called "J.G."), entered into business with Ed Pauley, a cousin. After World War I, James came into possession of a large apartment house in Kansas City. He and his estranged wife arranged that she should take over the apartment house and he would take the farm. As a result, Bertha Kirkpatrick moved to Kansas City with her children and her brother Everett. She there made the acquaintance of James DeLong, owner of a coal company. In time, DeLong took over the mortgage on Bertha's apartment house. He died leaving Bertha a coal company, the mortgage and a large cash bequest.
J.G., in the meantime, operated an oil company at Ottawa, Kansas. He remained there until about 1938 when he came to Nevada, Missouri and joined his son Dale Kirkpatrick in the operation of a combined oil company-auto wrecking business. In 1959 he married Mrs. Margaret Eubank. He suffered a stroke in the early 1960's and died in 1966. He is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, Illinois. He was a Mason and a member of Knights Templars.

He was born on 26 December 1879 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. and Mary Frances Munson. James Garfield Kirkpatrick married Bertha Sarah Rexroat, daughter of William Rexroat and Mary Landis, on 24 May 1905 at Saline Co., NE. James Garfield Kirkpatrick died on 29 November 1966 at Nevada, Vernon Co., MO, at age 86 OBITUARY

James Kirkpatrick
James Garfield Kirkpatrick, 86, of Nevada, Mo., formerly of Macomb, died Tuesday, Nov. 29, in the Nevada City hospital.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Clugston Chapel in Macomb, the Rev. John F. Burhorn officiating. Entombment will be at Oakwood Abbey. Visitation will be after 1:00 p.m. Friday at the chapel, where the family will meet friends from 7 to 9 p.m.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was born Dec. 26, 1879, in Macomb, the son of John L. and Mary F. Munson Kirkpatrick.
He is survived by his wife Margaret of Nevada, Mo; two sons, Dale M. of Nevada and Clarence L. Kirkpatrick of Leawood, Kan; two grandchildren; and one great grandchild.
A brother and sister preceded him in death.
Mr. Kirkpatrick resided on a farm south of Macomb until 1920 and then moved to Missouri. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and a 50-year member of the Industry Lodge AF&AM.

He was buried in December 1966 at Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.

Children of James Garfield Kirkpatrick and Bertha Sarah Rexroat

James S. Kirkpatrick

M, b. circa 1835, d. 23 July 1875
     James S. Kirkpatrick was born circa 1835 at Illinois. He was the son of John Lane Kirkpatrick and Catherine Sims. Occupation: Pastor, Methodist Episcopal Church in 1860. James S. Kirkpatrick married Lydia A. Pigg, daughter of Anderson Pigg and Mary Sanders, on 14 August 1873 at Fulton Co., IL. James S. Kirkpatrick died on 23 July 1875 at McDonough Co., IL. He was buried in July 1875 at Camp Creek Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.

Children of James S. Kirkpatrick and Lydia A. Pigg

John Lane Kirkpatrick

M
     John Lane Kirkpatrick married Catherine Sims.

Children of John Lane Kirkpatrick and Catherine Sims

John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr.

M, b. 27 May 1841, d. 5 October 1909
     John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. was born on 27 May 1841 at Morgan Co., IL. He was the son of John Lane Kirkpatrick and Catherine Sims. John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. married Mary Frances Munson, daughter of Eliphalet Philbrook Munson and Catherine Sanders, on 15 September 1867 at McDonough Co., IL. John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. died on 5 October 1909 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL, at age 68 From John P. Kirkpatrick
This man was the seventh of eleven children and he lived on the paternal farm until his father's death. He was born 27 May 1841 in Morgan County, Illinois, and died 5 October 1909, Macomb, Illinois. He is buried in Camp Creek Cemetery, McDonough County, Illinois. On reaching manhood, he bought 160 acres of the homestead and commenced general farming, stock-raising and feeding. This farm was in McDonough County, Illinois.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was married 15 September 1867 in McDonough County, Illinois, to Mary Frances Munson. She was born 26 January 1846 in Rushville, Schuyler
County, Illinois, and died 24 April 1910 in Macomb, Illinois. She is also buried in
Camp Creek Cemetery in McDonough County. Her parents were Eliphelet Philbrook
and Catherine (Sanders) Munson. Eliphelet was born 11 Jun 1817 in Colchester
Vermont. Catherine, his wife was born 22 January in 1821 in Maryland.
John Lane Kirkpatrick's mother, Catherine Matilda (Sims) Kirkpatrick, lived with him on his farm until her death on 8 January 1877. Kirkpatrick improved the farm,
enlarging it to 360 acres, including 120 acres of timber and pasture land in Bethel
and Industry Townships. On 2 Jun 1860, John Lane Kirkpatrick met with a very
serious accident. He had gone hunting with friends and they had all stopped to rest.
He momentarily leaned on the barrel of the shot gun and it accidentally discharged.
The gun blast necessitated the amputation of his left arm about four inches above his
elbow. He continued to farm after the amputation. He was a Republican in politics
and a Presbyterian in religion.
There were three children born of the marriage.
On the 1880 Census of Industry, McDonough Co., Illinois John appears with his wife, Mary, children Catherine, George and James. His nephews Pary [Perry] and
Benjamin and niece Hariet M. are also in the household.
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Note From Kirkpatrick Pennington of Arkansas in his email dated 5 Jul 2003:
"George Melvin Kirkpatricks' birthplace, 1869, McDonough County, IL. (Ref. Photo of homestead)
I am unsure if it still exists in this form. George was the son of John Lane, Jr, who lost an arm in a hunting accident in 1861, just before the surrender of Fort Sumter, and as a result, never served in the Union Army, though his brother and cousins did do so."
OBITUARY

John L. Kirkpatrick, one of McDonough county's most respected citizens, died suddenly at his home in Macomb Tuesday morning at 10:40 o'clock, aged 67 years, 4 months and 8 days. Funeral services will be held at Ebenezer church today at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Thompson of Macomb. Interment in the Camp Creek cemetery.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was for many years engaged in farming six miles northwest of Industry. About a year ago he sold his farm to his son, George, and moved to Macomb.
His death was sudden and unexpected, and is a severe shock to his wife, who has been delicate health for several years. He was taken sick with what was diagnosed as a case of indigestion. While quite sick he was able to be around and Monday afternoon went up town. In the evening, when he returned home, he did not feel so well and at about 7 o'clock a physician was summoned, who pronounced the ailment indigestion. Tuesday morning he was up and around the house a little, but was not feeling very well. About 10:30 he was sitting in a chair and his sister-in-law, Mrs. William Munson of Tina, Mo., who is visiting with him, gave him his medicine. His wife had a short time previous, while he was walking around the room advised him to lie down but he only laughed and said he felt all right. Mrs. Munson gave him his medicine and then steped out of the room. He was sitting in the chair and she noticed nothing pecular about him, but he said nothing to her. She started up stairs when Mrs Kirkpatrick called to her that she heard her husband make a pecular noise. She hurried to him and while he was sitting in his chair, his head had dropped and an examin- [some text missing here] physician was summoned and he arrived in a very few moments but life was extinct. It is supposed that indigestion was complicated with heart trouble, this being hereditary in the family, caused his death.
Deceased was born in Morgan county, near Concord, where he grew to manhood. He moved to this county in 1864 and on Sept. 15, 1867, was united in marriage with Miss Mary Munson, who survives him.
Most of his life was spent in farming. When a young man he met with an accident while hunting which resulted in the loss of one arm, near the elbow, but with this handicap he pushed ahead the harder and made a success of his work. He devoted his time to farming and stock raising and by careful attention to his business prospered. He was an earnest, christian man, square in his dealings with his fellow man.
He leaves besides his wife, two sons - George of Industry township and James G. of Bethel township. He leaves also one sister, Mrs. Charles Munson of Macomb.


He was buried in October 1909 at Camp Creek Cemetery, Industry Twp., McDonough Co., IL.

Children of John Lane Kirkpatrick Jr. and Mary Frances Munson

John William Kirkpatrick

M, b. 12 March 1899, d. 12 February 1967
     John William Kirkpatrick was born on 12 March 1899 at Bethel Twp., McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of George Melvin Kirkpatrick and Anna Maude Mourning. John William Kirkpatrick married Ruth Beatrice Wilson, daughter of Charles Samuel Wilson and Mary Jane Ames, on 26 January 1923 at Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA. John William Kirkpatrick died on 12 February 1967 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL, at age 67 OBITUARY

Services Held Wednesday For John W. Kirkpatrick
John W. Kirkpatrick, 67, of 415 W. Washington St., Macomb, died at 8:15 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12 in the District Hospital at Macomb, where he had been admitted as a patient at 11:00 a.m. that day after suffering a heart attack.
Funeral services in charge of Clugston Funeral Home, were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday in Macomb Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard M. Newhall officiating and burial was in Camp Creek Cemetery.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was born March 12, 1899, in Bethel Township, son of George and Anna Mourning Kirkpatrick. He moved from Bethel Township to Tennessee Township at the age of two years and at the age of eight years he moved to Industry Township. Later he farmed in Scotland Township and came into Macomb in 1926. He attended Heading College at Abingdon and Brown Business College in Galesburg. He served one term as deputy Circuit Clerk in McDonough County and in 1962 retired after 30 years of service as a city mail carrier.
He was a member of the Macomb Methodist Church and the National Letter Carriers Association.
On Jan. 26, 1923, he was married to Ruth Wilson, who survives with three daughters, Mrs. Stanley (Eleanor) Dennis of Quincy, Mrs. Richard (Marilyn) Stone of Anaheim, Calif., and Mrs. William (Luan) Adams of Molien. Six grandchildren; a brother, Ralph Kirkpatrick of Kenosha, Wis; and three sisters, Miss Ruby Kirkpatrick of Pasadena, Calif, Mrs. Nell Pollock of Macomb and Mrs. Mary McAlister of San Gabriel, Calif., also survive.
A sister, Mrs. Blanche Pennington, is deceased.

He was buried in February 1967 at Camp Creek Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.

Madison S. Kirkpatrick1,2

M, b. 15 June 1834, d. 10 August 1934
     Madison S. Kirkpatrick was also known as Madison Kirk. He was born on 15 June 1834 at Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Thomas Kirkpatrick and Elizabeth Parrett. Madison S. Kirkpatrick married Agnes L. Collier on 31 March 1863 at Ohio; four children born, three living as of the 1900 census.3

Madison S. Kirkpatrick died on 10 August 1934 at Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co., KS, at age 100.

Children of Madison S. Kirkpatrick and Agnes L. Collier

Citations

  1. [S268] 1850 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 678.
  2. [S566] 1880 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 1013-14; FHL #1255013-14.
  3. [S269] 1870 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1199; FHL #552698.

Margaret Kirkpatrick

F
     Margaret Kirkpatrick married Emery Hurst.

Child of Margaret Kirkpatrick and Emery Hurst

Mary Isabelle Kirkpatrick1

F, b. circa 1845, d. after May 1895
     Mary Isabelle Kirkpatrick was born circa 1845 at Ohio.2,1 She married Charles B. Martin on 25 October 1866 at Putnam Co., IN. Mary Isabelle Kirkpatrick died after May 1895 "Belle" was listed on the 1895 Kansas state census of York Twp., Stafford County.

Child of Mary Isabelle Kirkpatrick and Charles B. Martin

Citations

  1. [S3727] Microfilm Image, York Twp., Family 41, 1895 State Census, Stafford County, Kansas, from Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925 (online at ancestry.com).
  2. [S2443] 1880 Federal Census, Miami County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 389; FHL #1254389.

Mary Matilda Kirkpatrick

F, b. 17 November 1875, d. 23 April 1958
     Mary Matilda Kirkpatrick was born on 17 November 1875 at McDonough Co., IL. She was the daughter of James S. Kirkpatrick and Lydia A. Pigg. Mary Matilda Kirkpatrick married John H. Coakley, son of George W. Coakley and Harriet Louise Henderson, on 29 July 1894 at Ipava, Fulton Co., IL. Mary Matilda Kirkpatrick died on 23 April 1958 at Fulton Co., IL, at age 82.

Children of Mary Matilda Kirkpatrick and John H. Coakley

Nancy May Kirkpatrick

F, b. 18 April 1901, d. 10 November 1992
     Nancy May Kirkpatrick was born on 18 April 1901 at Tennessee Twp., McDonough Co., IL. She was the daughter of George Melvin Kirkpatrick and Anna Maude Mourning. Nancy May Kirkpatrick married Roland Watson McAlister, son of John McAlister and Jeanette Watson, on 25 January 1922 at Berwyn, Cook Co., IL. Nancy May Kirkpatrick died on 10 November 1992 at San Gabriel, Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 91. She was buried in November 1992 at Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary, Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Children of Nancy May Kirkpatrick and Roland Watson McAlister

Nellie Frances Kirkpatrick

F, b. 27 December 1897, d. October 1989
     Nellie Frances Kirkpatrick was born on 27 December 1897 at Los Angeles Co., CA. She was the daughter of George Melvin Kirkpatrick and Anna Maude Mourning. Nellie Frances Kirkpatrick married Charles Wilson Pollock, son of Robert Andrew Pollock and Clara Bell Smiley, on 12 March 1919 at Macomb, McDonough Co., IL. Nellie Frances Kirkpatrick died in October 1989 at age 91. She was buried in 1989 at Good Hope Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.

Children of Nellie Frances Kirkpatrick and Charles Wilson Pollock

Ralph Wayne Kirkpatrick

M, b. 11 November 1910, d. 13 November 1974
     Ralph Wayne Kirkpatrick was born on 11 November 1910 at Industry Twp., McDonough Co., IL. He was the son of George Melvin Kirkpatrick and Anna Maude Mourning. Ralph Wayne Kirkpatrick married Nancy Grace Woll, daughter of Lewis H. Woll and Amanda Meline, on 9 May 1942 at Michigan City, La Porte Co., IN. Ralph Wayne Kirkpatrick died on 13 November 1974 at Kenosha, Kenosha Co., WI, at age 64 OBITUARY

Former Macomb Resident Dies
Funeral services for Ralph W. Kirkpatrick, 64, of Kenosha, Wis., formerly of Macomb, will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Clugston Chapel in Macomb. The Rev. Kenneth A. Mortonson will officiate and burial will be in the Oakwood Cemetery. Family visitation will be from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the funeral chapel and friends may call from 7:30 p.m. Saturday until the time of services.
Mr. Kirkpatrick died Wednesday night at this home.
Mr. Kirkpatrick was born on Nov. 11, 1910, in McDonough County, a son of George and Anne Mourning Kirkpatrick. He married Nellie Woll on May 9, 1942. She survives. He had resided in Macomb until his graduation from Western Illinois University at which time he moved to Kenosha, where he has resided since. He was employed as a metallurigical engineer for Anaconda American Brass Co. He was active in Scouting for several years and was awarded the Silver Beaver award.
In addition to his widow, Mr. Kirkpatrick is survived by one son, Ronald K. of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico; and three sisters, Mrs. Charles (Nellie) Pollock of Macomb, Mrs. Roland (Nancy) McAlister of San Gabriel, Calif., and Miss Ruby Kirkpatrick of Seal Beach, Calif. One sister, Blanche Pennington, and one brother, John, preceded him in death.

He was buried in November 1974 at Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, McDonough Co., IL.

Ray Oliver Kirkpatrick

M, b. 1887, d. 1957
     Ray Oliver Kirkpatrick was born in 1887 at Iowa. He married Coral Stockton. Ray Oliver Kirkpatrick died in 1957. He was buried in 1957 at Mt. Vernon Cemetery, Mt. Vernon, Linn Co., IA, Find A Grave Memorial# 142103070.

Child of Ray Oliver Kirkpatrick and Coral Stockton

Raymond Adeal Kirkpatrick

M, b. 25 December 1908, d. 15 July 1965
     Raymond Adeal Kirkpatrick was born on 25 December 1908 at Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL. He was the son of Frank Kirkpatrick and Grace Louella Neff. Raymond Adeal Kirkpatrick married Alice S. Mosher, daughter of Alfred Mosher and Alice Kimberly, on 2 September 1933. Raymond Adeal Kirkpatrick died on 15 July 1965 at Columbia, Richland Co., SC, at age 56.