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Anyone know what this means?

Relationship: Hillside Home Collection: (Book) "Children Received and Dismissed" Oct 1900-Feb 1, 1931 Entry Page 244

I found it on one of my family records, have no clue what it means?

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Benjamin Barefoot
Male Family

Birth: 1764 , Chester, Pennsylvania

Death: 1829


Spouse: Rebecca Ross Family
Marriage: 23 APR 1787

Record submitted by a member of the LDS Church. The record often shows the name of the individual and his or her relationship to a descendant, shown as the heir, family representative, or relative. The original records are not indexed, and you may have to look at the film frame-by-frame to find the information you want. A family group record for this couple may be in the Family Group Record Collection; Archive Section. (See the Family History Library Catalog for the film number.) These records are alphabetical by name of the father or husband.

Source Information:
Film Number: 445876
Page Number:
Reference number: 75501


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Samual Bass, b. 1600, England, d. 1694 Braintree, Mass--marriage and children

MARRIAGE: Saffron Walden, Essex, 25 April 1625 Anne Savell [NEHGR 107:220]; she is probably the Ann Savell, daughter of William, baptized at Saffron Walden 26 April 1601 [NEHGR 107:220]; "Ann Basse the wife of Samuell Basse" was admitted to Roxbury church as member #79, immediately after her husband [RChR 78]; she died Braintree 5 September 1693 aged 93 [BrVR 660].
i SAMUEL, bp. Saffron Walden 11 May 1626 [NEHGR 107:220]; m. by 1653 (and probably a few years earlier) Mary Howard, daughter of Robert Howard. (Samuel Bass had died by 1653, and on 22 December 1653 the probate court "on the widow's relinquishing her right in the thirds did judge it meet and determined that the whole estate shall be equally divided between the mother and the child, and that Mr. Howard in behalf of his daughter shall give good security to deliver the child of the said Samuel Bass deceased one half of the said estate at the age of fourteen years" [SPR 2:109-11, 3-68-72].)

ii MARY, b. about 1628; m. 20 September 1647 as his second wife John Capen [NEHGR 2:80], son of BERNARD CAPEN.

iii JOHN, bp. Saffron Walden 18 September 1630 [NEHGR 107:220]; m. (1) Braintree 3 February 1657/8 Ruth Alden [BrVR 716], daughter of JOHN ALDEN; m. (2) Braintree 21 September 1675 Hannah (_____) Sturtevant, widow of Samuel Sturtevant [BrVR 718].

iv ANN (or Hannah), bp. Saffron Walden 25 November 1632 [from original register]; m. (1) Braintree 15 November 1651 Stephen Paine [BrVR 629]; m. (2) Taunton 13 September 1692 as his second wife Shadrach Wilbore, son of SAMUEL WILBORE.

v THOMAS, b. Roxbury about 1635; m. (1) Medfield 4 October 1660 Sarah Wood; m. (2) Braintree 30 November 1680 Susanna (Bate) Blanchard, widow of Nathaniel Blanchard [BrVR 719; SLR 13:355-56].

vi RUTH, b. Roxbury about 1637; m. Braintree 24 September 1656 David Walsbee [BrVR 716].

vii JOSEPH, b. Roxbury say 1639; m. Mary _____, who d. Braintree 15 March 1677/8 [BrVR 656]. (On 11 May 1694, when his father made his will, Joseph was unmarried and childless. On 23 December 1700 a daughter Deborah was baptized, with parents Joseph and Deborah Bass [NEHGR 59:361], and the claim has been made that this represents a second marriage for this Joseph. In his will, dated 5 April 1710, Joseph Bass Sr. named no wife or children, and made bequests to his siblings, to children of his siblings and to friends [SPR 18:447-48]. As the proposed second marriage for Joseph rests on this single record, and as it may be a defective record or may apply to another Joseph, we do not take it as evidence of a second marriage.)

viii SARAH, b. Braintree 26 April 1643 (erroneously given as Mary) [NEHGR 3:126]; m. (1) by 1663 John Stone [Bond 586, 951; Simon Stone Gen 56-59]; m. (2) (as "Sarah Stone widow of Deacon John Stone of Watertown") Braintree 10 May 1693 Joseph Penniman [BrVR 720].

Dalby Death Index Records-Minnesota Death Records, Kinkel Family

Baby Girl Kinkel Certificate # 1936MN023583 dod 9/18/1936 Hennepin County

Frank Frederick Kinkel Certificate # 1943MN021284 dod 2/16/1943 Hennepin County

Gertrude Mabel Kinkel(Stevens) b. 4/28/1905 Certificate #1992MN009012
dod 3/24/1992 MN Mother:Slick

John P. Kinkel Certificate # 1928MN021666 dod 10/10/1928 Hennepin County

Josephine Kinkel(Dammann) Certificate # 1954MN020443 dod 11/25/1954 Hennepin County

Family of John Kingsley and Nancy Thompson

Sex: M
Marriage 1 Nancy THOMPSON


Marriage record of John Kinkel and Joanna Dammann m. 1860 and list of Kinkel family

Marriage Certificate of John KINKEL and Johanna DAMMANN (m.1860), LeSueuer Co., MN

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Made available to The USGenWeb Archives by: Bill Kinkel
Here is some information my ancestors in Le Sueur County.
A marriage certificate , not the original but a type written one:

County of Le Sueur; This is to certify That John Kinkel and Johanna
Dammann both from Sharon Township in said county was married by the
undersigned on the 23rd day of May A.D. 1860. John Wendt Pastor of the
German Church of Minnesota. Hennepin County
F Linderman

Some Children born to the couple. there were at least 14 all in Sharon.
None of the children stayed in Le Sueur.

Frank Frederick Kinkel
b. Feb 28,1861 in Le Sueur , Sharon Township
d. 1943 in Longville, Minnesota

Henry Lee Kinkel
b. Sep 03,1863
d. Aug 08,1948

Charles George Kinkel
b. May 09,1864
d. Sep 19,1944 in Minneapolis

Anna Kinkel
b. Nov 03,1865
d. abt 1946

Emma Kinkel
b. Apr 26,1867
d. Dec 10,1901 in Minneapolis

John Henry Kinkel
b. Nov 27,1868
d. Nov 30,1943 in Minneapolis

William Fred Kinkel
b. Jun 08,1871
d. Aug 26,1933

Edward Kinkel
b. Jun 08,1873
d. Jul 20,1873 in Le Sueur

Edward L Kinkel
b. Sep 22,1874
d. abt 1946

Mary Ann Kinkel
b. Nov 14, 1876 in Minneapolis
d. Nov 09,1950

Laura M. Kinkel
b. Dec 01,1881
d. Dec 17,1941

Samuel Albert Kinkel
b. Feb 26,1883
d. Oct 22,1946

Clifford Kinkel
b. Sep 22,1878
d. abt 1881 in Le Sueur

Emma Kinkel
died in New Salem North Dakota
Buried in Minneapolis

Albert and Alfred

John Albert Kinkel
Born September 26 1826
Died March 23 1890 In Minneapolis
Falkenberg Germany
His Wife
Johanna Aka Anna
Born Juy 4 1843
Died November 21 1908 in Minneapolis
These two are parents of the above children.

There might be two more;
Still working on them.

Additional Family information:

I have some info on my Great Grand Parents that lived in Sharon Township
in the 1860s.

In fact they came to Sharon in 1856.

Their names are August and Caroline Kinkel.

They farmed in section 31, in which they had 80 acres given to them under
the 1855 land grant. In 1860 August was given 160 acres in two sections,
80 acres in Section 29 and 80 acres in Section 31. This was given to him
under an Officers and Soldiers land grant. The land was given to a Captain
William R Manning a Georgia Militia Captain. Evidently he did not want it so he gave it back to the Government land office in Henderson and August received the land. This is on file in Le Center Minnesota
courthouse. August sold 40 acres to his Brother John in November of 1866 and sold the balance of the 160 acres before 1870. In 1880 August had 80 acres in section 18 of Sharon and John farmed 120 acres in the same section. Both farms were right next to each other.

August and Caroline were married in Falkenberg Germany in 1846 and
their first child Marie was born in November of 1848 near Berlin,
two daughters Milthida and Alma were also born in Germany.

In 1852 the family left Germany for America and settled in Watertown
Wisconsin where my Grandfather William and his Brother John were born.

In 1856 August and family came to Sharon town.

John and Johanna Dammann were married in May of 1861 in Le Sueur and
proceed to have 14 children.

August and Caroline had 9 children.
August died in Le Sueur in March of 1895 of Apoplexy which is a stroke
and Caroline died in 1916 of probably old age in St Paul.

John Died of Stomach Cancer in 1890 in Minneapolis and Johanna died in
1908 in Minneapolis. None of the children stayed on the farm.

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Descendants of William Slick, B. 1754

1 William SLICK
b: November 10, 1754 d: April 07, 1844
.. +Rebecca METTLER b: 1772 d: 1842
......... 2 Jesse SLICK
b: March 03, 1808 d: December 22, 1893 in Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA
............. +Charlotte Amelia VICKROY m: March 07, 1830 in Bedford Co, PA b: January 26, 1803 in Alum Bank, Pleasantville, Bedford Co.,PA d: March 26, 1873 in Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Burial: Slick Cemetery, Berkebile Farm, Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA Father: Thomas VICKROY, Sr. Mother: Sarah Ann ATLEE
.................... 3 Mary Rebecca SLICK b: January 06, 1831
........................ +Jacob DUNLAP
.................... 3 Harriet Amanda SLICK b: January 08, 1832 d: April 06, 1901
........................ +Charles B. ELLSWORTH
.................... 3 Charles Vickroy SLICK b: March 10, 1833
........................ +Ann PLOUGH b: June 27, 1838
.................... 3 Thomas SLICK b: 1836
.................... 3 Emily Matilda SLICK b: July 11, 1837 d: August 14, 1908 Burial: Slick Cemetery, Berkebile Farm, Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA
........................ +William DULL b: March 22, 1832 d: January 28, 1913 Burial: Slick Cemetery, Berkebile Farm, Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA
.................... 3 [1] Ellen Catherine SLICK b: May 23, 1840 d: 1909
........................ +unknown RODGERS
.................... *2nd Husband of [1] Ellen Catherine SLICK:
........................ +Henry SLICK
.................... 3 William Atlee SLICK b: August 04, 1842 d: June 06, 1921
........................ +Mary Ellen KNEE b: January 10, 1851 d: 1926
.................... 3 Lavenia Caroline SLICK b: April 15, 1844 in R.D.2 Stoystown, PA d: April 25, 1892 in R.D.2 Stoystown, PA (Shade Twp.)
........................ +John REEL m: June 28, 1868 b: April 11, 1844 d: January 29, 1888
............................... 4 Dessie REEL b: December 09, 1868 in Near Wilbur, Shade Twp., Somerset Co., PA d: December 12, 1957 in Conemaugh Valley Hospital, Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA
................................... +Cyrus Albert MOSTOLLER b: December 23, 1867 in near Mostoller Station, PA d: April 05, 1934 in Conemaugh Valley Hospital, Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA
........................................... 5 Ralph Vickroy MOSTOLLER b: Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA
............................................... +Catherine Mary STUTZMAN m: in Johnstown, Cambria Co.,PA; b: Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA
.................... 3 George Washington SLICK b: June 27, 1845
Above lineage provided by Ralph Vicroy MOSTOLLER of Johnstown, PA...

AGBI Record for William Slick, b. 1754


about William Slick

Name: William Slick

Birth date: 1754

Birthplace: Maryland

Volume: 160

Page Number: 328

Biographical Info: Priv.

Reference: Maryland Rev. records, pension claim/ms, bounty land applications,

marriages of soldiers. By Harry Wright Newman. Washington, DC, 1938.

(155 pages): 47

MN Cemetery Incription Index, LeSueur County--Caroline Schroeder/Kinkel, b. 1825

Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, Select Counties Record
Township: Ottawa
County: Le Sueur
Birth Date: 22/SEP/1825
Death Date: 21/JAN/1916
Cemetery: Mound
Comments: SP. AUGUST
Section: B

ew York Passenger Lists Record
about Caroline Schroeder
Name: Caroline Schroeder
Arrival Date: 9 Nov 1870
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1825
Age: 45
Gender: Female
Port of Departure: Hamburg, Germany
Destination: United States of America
Place of Origin: Germany
Ship Name: Thuringia
Port of Arrival: New York
Line: 7
Microfilm Serial: M237
Microfilm Roll: 336
List Number: 1041
Port Arrival State: New York
Port Arrival Country: United States

MN Cemetery Inscription Index-LeSueur County August Kinkel, b. 1821

Minnesota Cemetery Inscription Index, Select Counties Record
Township: Ottawa
County: Le Sueur
Birth Date: 06/AUG/1821
Death Date: 20/MAR/1895
Cemetery: Mound
Comments: SP. CAROLINE
Section: B