David Newell KINKEAD (son of Alexander and Sussanah Kits who died in Barlow, Washington County 11/11/1893) b. January 11, 1838, Pennsville, Ohio; d. December 30, 1919.David Newell Kinkead, aged 24, Volunteered Feb, 1864 and served in the 77th Regiment, Company D as a private. Served 9 months. Died Nov. 1864. Taken prisoner at Mark Mills, but escaped. Reported killed on a foraging Expedition in Arkansas.
Washington County History (1920)
David's story, as told to his children and passed on, was that he escaped after being taken prosoner in Arkansas. Unable to find his outfit, he found his way to his home in Pennsville, Ohio. He later operated a jewelry store in Marietta, Washington County., Ohio and then moved it to Belpre, Washington County.,Ohio.
Brothers and sisters of David Newell:
ISSAC B. KINKEAD, b. May 21, 1836, Pennsville, Ohio; d. October 12, 1894.
SAMUEL A. KINKEAD, b. June 27, 1840, Plymouth. Ohio; d. April 03, 1911; m. HANNAH M. LEFEVER
JOHN P. KINKEAD, b. June 13, 1842, Plymouth. Ohio; d. September 01, 1912; m. MARTHA JANE HIGGENS
GEORGE W. KINKEAD, b. July 03, 1844, Plymouth. Ohio; m. MARY ANN LEFEVER
MARIA JANE KINKEAD, b. December 03, 1846, Pennsville, Ohio; d. June 10, 1913; m. AMOS PRYOR
SARAH A. KINKEAD, b. January 21, 1849, Pennsville, Ohio; d. June 10, 1913, 1913; m. WILSON NUGE
FRANKLIN P. KINKEAD, b. April 09, 1851, Morgan County, Ohio; d. March 03, 1905; m. ADDA ALEXANDER
CHARLES A. KINKEAD, b. December 23, 1853, Beverly, Ohio; d. October 1912.
WILLIAM HENRY KINKEAD, b. June 01, 1856, Watertown Township, Ohio; m.UNKNOWN CAMERON.
Contributed by: Jeff Davis
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