The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

John Campbell KinseyAge: 20 years18751895

Name
John Campbell Kinsey
Given names
John Campbell
Surname
Kinsey
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Birth February 8, 1875 68 35
Birth of a sisterGertrude B. Campbell Kinsey
January 28, 1877 (Age 23 months)
Birth of a brotherThomas James Campbell “T. J.” Kinsey
August 11, 1878 (Age 3 years)
Citation details: Page 261
Text:
KINSEY: Thomas and Christena CAMPBELL of Augusta Tp 1873 Aug 5 Mary Jane C. bk.1 p.81 #92.12 1875 Feb 8 John Campbell bk.1 p.95 #160.6 1877 Jan 28 Gertrude B. bk.1 p.123 #284.17 1878 Aug 11 Thomas J. bk.2 p.15 #161.15
Census June 12, 1880 (Age 5 years)
Citation details: Page 14 ED 30
Text:
THOMAS KINSEY W M 73 Married Farmer Thomas & parents born England; CHRISTENA KINSEY W F 30 Wife Married Keeping House Christena & parents born Scotland; MARY J. C. KINSEY W F 6 Daughter Single At Home Attends school Born OH Father born England Mother born Scotland; JOHN C. KINSEY W M 5 Son Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland; GERTRUDE B. C. KINSEY W F 3 Daughter Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland; THOMAS J. C. KINSEY W M 1 Son Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland.
Death of a fatherThomas Kinsey
December 28, 1880 (Age 5 years)
Cause: Paralysis
Citation details: Bk 1 Page 90
Text:
KINSEY, Thomas - d. 1880 Dec 28 of paralysis in Augusta, b. Chester Co, PA, 74y 5m 7d, married, farmer.
Note:
All census records indicate that Thomas Kinsey was born in England. It is a possibility that the place of birth may be Chester, England. The memorial address included herein also lists the place of birth as England.
Burial of a fatherThomas Kinsey
December 30, 1880 (Age 5 years)
Cemetery: Augusta Cemetery, Sec A, Row 14
Publication: Carroll County Genealogical Society, Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Citation details: Page 14
Text:
KINSEY, Thomas; d Dec. 28. 1880; ae 74y 6m 7d. Section A Row 14
Death June 20, 1895 (Age 20 years)
Burial
Source: Obituary
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Marriage: June 15, 1871Inverness, Scotland
9 months
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16 months
elder sister
18 months
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John Campbell Kinsey
Birth: February 8, 1875 68 35Augusta, Carroll County, Ohio
Death: June 20, 1895Augusta, Carroll County, Ohio
2 years
younger sister
18 months
younger brother
Father’s family with Jane Rowley - View this family
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step-mother
Marriage: January 5, 1835Carroll County, Ohio
Mother’s family with Abraham Haines - View this family
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mother
Marriage: after 1902

CensusCensus, Federal, 1880
Citation details: Page 14 ED 30
Text:
THOMAS KINSEY W M 73 Married Farmer Thomas & parents born England; CHRISTENA KINSEY W F 30 Wife Married Keeping House Christena & parents born Scotland; MARY J. C. KINSEY W F 6 Daughter Single At Home Attends school Born OH Father born England Mother born Scotland; JOHN C. KINSEY W M 5 Son Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland; GERTRUDE B. C. KINSEY W F 3 Daughter Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland; THOMAS J. C. KINSEY W M 1 Son Single born Ohio Father born England Mother born Scotland.
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BurialTombstone - Augusta Cemetery
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The following article was taken from the Scrapbook on Augusta, prepared by Della Long and Jessie Sheckler, and now located in the Carroll County Genealogical Library, Carrollton, Carroll, Ohio and is dated 1895. The source of the article is notlisted. JOHN CAMPBELL KINSEY IN MEMORIAM On Thursday evening, June 20th, John C. Kinsey, eldest son of Thomas and Christena Kinsey, died at his home in Augusta, after a lingering illness, aged 20 yrs. 3 mo and 12 days. The deceased was a young man esteemed and loved by all who knew him;taken in the bloom of youth, long ere the summit of life’s journey had been reached; called to lay aside life’s burden just as a useful life was dawning. He leaves a weeping concourse of friends, who knew him but to love him, and by his deathour community lost one of its most highly respected and promising young men. His life throughout was one example of morality, goodness and virtue. His mortal remains are in the tomb but thoughts of his noble character will linger always. (Mr. Gans, our clothing merchant, has raised Johnny ever since he was thirteen years of age and he was to them as a child.) He united with thePresbyterian church, of this place, about seven years ago and from the beginning of his Christian life onward, he never wavered in faith or faltered in action. He realized before he died that he must soon pass over the river, and often expresseda willingness and a desire to end the earth life to enter into his rest. He died in full assurance of faith and confident of a heavenly home. Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep, From which none ever wakes to weep, A calm and undisturbed repose, Unbroken by the last of foes. Asleep in Jesus, far from thee, Thy kindred and their graves may be, But thine is still a blessed sleep From which none ever wakes to weep. Funeral services took place at the Presbyterian church Saturday at 2:30 o’clock, conducted by Rev. Donnel, of Minerva. His body was conveyed to the Augusta cemetery followed by many sorrowful friends where his remains were laid quietly to rest. A Friend. June 26th, 1895