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Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Source : Internet Archive

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Pioneer sketches of Long Point settlement : or, Norfolk's foundation builders and their family genealogies

Source : Internet Archive

Results : KITCHEN


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John Kitchen . . 242


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Joseph Kitchen . - . - 466


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John Bray, Solomon Sovereign and Joseph Kitchen-all large, powerful men-were, on a certain occasion, testing their lifting powers on the


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John^ eldest son of Deacon Joseph Kitchen, of Charlotteville, and settled in Windham, near Delhi. They are both living. She


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the effects of the wound. Joseph Kitchen was sergeant of the prison guards at Fort Norfolk at the time of


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William L, married Mary Ann Kitchen , Jacob died young, and Alexander married Eliza Putman. Alexander is the sole


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eldest daughter of John, married Henry Kitchen, and settled in Townsend. Abigail died in youth.


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Miriam married Richard Kitchen, and settled in Townsend , and Lizana and Sarah, the two youngest daughters,


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youngest daughter of Samuel, married Joseph Kitchen, and settled in Charlotteville. Her children are enumerated in the Kitchen genealogy. She


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married Jane, daughter of Deacon Joseph Kitchen, of Charlotteville. He settled on the homestead, and by this marriage had two


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low, and in a short JOHN KITCHEN.


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years ago, knows anything MRS. JOHN KITCHEN.


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Deacon Lawrence Johnson and Deacon Joseph Kitchen. It was decided not to ordain Mr. Smith at thaitime. Shortly afterwards he


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married Cynthia, daughter of Deacon Joseph Kitchen, by whom he had one son, joel w. owen.


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settled in Simcoe. Walter married Mary Kitchen, and settled in Simcoe. Lewis Francis settled in Massachusetts. Christopher Leigh married Lizzie


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society. For years he and Joseph Kitchen led the singing, alternately, in the old Vittoria Baptist church, and many of


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a job o' spinnin' for Joseph Kitchen's folks down in Charlotte ville, and we had lots o' fun. Hannah Gilbert,


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the old settlers was Deacon Joseph Kitchen. He was noted for his uprightness of character , his off-hand, square-toed Yes"-and-No"


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5th concession of Charlotteville, and Mr. Kitchen, were warm friends. Mr. Lanning came from New Jersey also , and when


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DEACON JOSEPH KITCHEN. 467


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a political motive that brought Joseph Kitchen into Upper Canada, as was the case with many of his U. E.


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When Mr. Kitchen reached his friend Lanning's house, the meeting between the two old friends may


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feats of strength performed by Mr. Kitchen during his younger days. It is said that he once undertook the splitting


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Long Point settlement somewhere, named Jo Kitchen," and then he asked Haze if he knew him.


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DEACON JOSEPH KITCHEN. ,469


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John Kitchen, the eldest son, married Rebecca, daughter of Abraham Smith, of Charlotteville, and settled


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Charity Kitchen, the eldest daughter, married Michael Segar, and settled in London. She had one


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Mr. Kitchen was peacefally inelined, and never " picked a quarrel." It was only when


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Jane Kitchen, the second daughter, married George


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Mary Ann Kitchen, the third daughter, married William L. Sovereign, and settled at Fredericksburg. She had


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Kitchen, of Brooklyn, and Dr. William Kitchen, of Detroit, sons of Egbert M. Kitchen.


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Martha Kitchen, the sixth daughter, married Albert Trehune, as his second wife. She had one


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Ruth Kitchen, the fourth daughter, married Albert Trehune, who settled on Lot 19, 6th concession


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Kitchen, of Detroit, sons of Egbert M. Kitchen.


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Cynthia Kitchen, the fifth daughter, married Joel W. Owen, of Yittoria, and had one son,


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DEACON JOSEPH KITCHEN. 471


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town clerk , Walter Anderson, Joseph Kitchen and Joseph


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work at the farm of John Kitchen, Esq., in the spring of 1854. He could hardly speak a word of


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Sarah, daughter of the original Richard Kitchen, and settled finally on Lot 7, Concession A, Charlotteville. He was left a


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year to William, son of Richard Kitchen, of Bloomsburg. The Kitchen family came from Columbia County, Pennsylvania, near a place


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and Harriet The original Richard Kitchen had a brother, Joseph, who also came from the old Pennsylvania home and


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to Philip B., son of Richard Kitchen. They settled on Lot 7, 13th concession of Townsend, where they raised a


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a family of fourteen children. Mr. Kitchen died suddenly in Simcoe, in 1871, of heart failure, having nearly completed his


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" Joseph Kitchen 470