|Birth: ||Jan., 1839|
New Brunswick, Canada
|Death: ||Apr. 28, 1912|
In the 1900 U.S. Census, carpenter William Kirnin, 67, born August 1832 in Canada, parents born Canada, was living on South Clark Street in Eastport with Elizabeth, 61, born January 1839 in Canada, parents born England.
They had been married for 25 years and three of Elizabeth's four children were still living.
William came to the U.S. in 1850 and Elizabeth in 1840.
Marriages: In Eastport, 24 June 1875, by Rev. DesBrisay, William Kirnin to Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, both of Eastport (Eastport Sentinel, June 30, 1875)
(In the 1860 U.S. Census Archibald Johnson, 28, born Scotland, living in Robbinston, Maine, with Elisabeth, 23, born N.B.; James, 4, ; Jenny, 2; and William H., 0 years, all born Maine.)
James Johnson who resided in Eastport/Robbinston, Maine. He died in 1862 in the Civil War. He married about 1853 Elizabeth (Smith?) and had four children:
(1) Charles Johnson b. 1854
(2) (illegible) Johnson b. 1858
(3) James Johnson b. 1859
(4) Frances(Fannie) Augusta Johnson b. 9 Mar 1861 Robbinston, Maine d. 31 Mar 1932 Grand Manan, New Brunswick m. 1 Jun 1879 Adrian Ingersoll.
(info from kbirby1)
In son Emerson's marriage info, when he married Josephine Black, he says his parents are William Kirnin and Elizabeth Smith.
Elizabeth was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Smith.
William H. Kirnin (1832 - 1902)
Created by: SusanE
Record added: Jul 20, 2013
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