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Elizabeth Kinne Bates
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Birth: Mar. 12, 1830
Trumbull County
Ohio, USA
Death: unknown

BORN OH, a dau of Lyman Kinne--Rebecca Lindsley; she wed Wesley on 8 Feb 1854 [PER Trumbull Cnty OH]

1860 PA-Mercer-Green: Nustey Bates 36, Elizabeth 30, Charity 5, Lyman 3, Rachel 1; land $1500; farmer
1870 OH-Trum-Kinsman: Wesley Betty 47, Eliza 43, Charity 16, Lyman 14, Richmond 12, John 2; land $1250; farmer
1880 OH-Trum-Kinsman: Eliza Bates 49, ChattieE 25, LymanE 23; farmer

Their children were Charity-1854, Lyman-1857, Rachel-1859, Richmond-1860 & John-1861; seems the last 3 died young as each was in the census only once; The mother & the first 2 were not found after 1888 when the land disposition was finalized.
KINNE FAMILY LORE says the family moved to Kansas, then on to Canada & has not been located since.
Family links: 
  Lyman Kinne (1791 - 1863)
  Rebecca Lindsley Kinne (1789 - 1859)
  Wesley Bates (1823 - 1875)*
  Electa Kinne Royal (1814 - 1896)*
  Lyman Kinne (1824 - 1865)*
  Elizabeth Kinne Bates (1830 - ____)
  Charity A. Kinne Root (1832 - 1917)*
*Calculated relationship
Non-Cemetery Burial
Specifically: Last known in Canada; likely on family farm there
Created by: DJ Csikos
Record added: Mar 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67580690

MOST ALL desire--To forget me not! We should remember Andrew Betts-an early settler of Crawford Cnty PA as the father of this large family group ( thru his son-John). Rest in peace one & all; One more of the many distant cousins-Dianna
- DJ Csikos
 Added: Oct. 10, 2014
Rest in peace, cousin.
- Joseph R. Klett
 Added: Jul. 26, 2014
A human desire is: Forget-me-not! DO HOPE someone tries to find you & this sparse info will help create a better memorial...STILL SEARCHING
- DJ Csikos
 Added: May. 11, 2011

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