|Birth: ||Jul. 13, 1849|
Wyre Forest District
|Death: ||Jan. 9, 1907|
•See Fannie Litton Mulrine.
•See Belle Low Rosser.
•See Emma Elizabeth Forsythe.
KINDRED—In Brainerd, on the 6th inst., the wife of C. F. Kindred, a daughter. (Brainerd Tribune, 08 July 1876, p. 4, c. 2)
KINDRED.—In this city, on Thursday, the 10th inst. the wife of C. F. Kindred of the Land Department of the N. P. R. R., of a daughter.
Congratulations, friend K. We understand now what those cigars meant. (Brainerd Tribune, 12 January 1878, p. 4, c. 2)
The Ladies Appeal.
An Appeal has been taken in the matter of the election of members of the school board from the returns made by the council. The appellants and contestants are Mrs. C. F. Kindred, Mrs. A. E. Veon and Mrs. Florence Potter. Notices of the appeal were served on John Willis, M. Hagberg and Andrew Wallace last night. J. B. Douglas, attorney for the ladies, informs us that the case will be tried in Chambers before Judge Sleeper at special term at no distant day. (Brainerd Dispatch, 30 March 1888, p. 4, c. 4)
Note: Sarah Kindred ran for the Brainerd, Minnesota school board in 1888, she was defeated by Michael Hagberg by three votes.
Mrs. C. F. Kindred, of Philadelphia, accompanied by her daughter, Lalla and son Arthur, will arrive in Brainerd, Tuesday, July 18th, to visit Mrs. C. J. Merritt and family. (Brainerd Dispatch, 14 July 1899, p. 8, c. 4)
Suit for Damages.
The Duluth News-Tribune says Mrs. Sara [sic] E. Kindred, of Philadelphia, has filed an action in the United States court, through her attorneys, Lum, Neff & Hartley, against the Brainerd & Northern Minnesota railway company to recover $500 damages to land owned by her, $2000 a year rental for the use of the land by the defendants, and for $300 attorney's fees. Mrs. Kindred alleges that she is the owner of lots 1 and 2 section 34, in 134-28, and that she has been since 1892. The lands are in Crow Wing county, and the complaint alleges that the lands are chiefly valuable for their proximity to the Mississippi river and to the dam built across the Mississippi by the Mississippi Water Power & Boom company. Damages are asked for the construction of the railroad across the northeast corner of the land, and for the construction of the log roll-way built on the land for the purpose of discharging logs from the trains to the river. The plaintiff in this action is the wife of Charles Kindred, formerly prominently connected with the Northern Pacific. (Brainerd Dispatch, 28 July 1899, p. 1, c. 3)
Mrs. C. F. Kindred, of Philadelphia has made the Baptist church of this city a valuable present in the form of a body brussels carpet. The carpet was all ready for laying when it arrived and it adds much to the appearance of the interior of this house of worship and the gift is highly appreciated by the members of the congregation. (Brainerd Dispatch, 24 November 1899, p. 8, c. 1)
KINDRED—On the 9th inst., SARA E., wife of Charles F. Kindred, aged 56 years. Funeral services at her late residence, 1500 N. 15th st. on Saturday, the 12th inst., at 2 P. M. precisely, Int. private. (Philadelphia Inquirer, January 11, 1907) [Contributed by Meges]
MRS. C. F. KINDRED CLAIMED BY DEATH
Wife of Former Well-known Railroad Man
Was Famous for Acts of Philanthropy.
After an illness of five weeks from typhoid fever, Mrs. Sara Elizabeth Kindred, wife of Charles F. Kindred, a retired railroad man and a prominent member of the Union League, died Wednesday evening at her home, 1500 North Fifteenth street. Before her death Mrs. Kindred lapsed into a comatose condition from which she never rallied. Up until a week ago her recovery was looked for, then she had a relapse and from then on her death was hourly expected.
Mrs. Kindred was numbered amongst the foremost of Philadelphia's women philanthropists. Her greatest fondness was to help along poor children, whom she greatly loved. While she never took much interest in organized societies, she was always willing to contribute to any charitable undertaking. One of her acts was to personally hunt up poor families, especially children, and see that they did not live in want.
Mrs. Kindred was the daughter of Alfred and Sara Guest. She was born in Kidderminster, England, July 13, 1849, and moved to this country with her parents when she was 7 years old, and settled in Chicago in June 15, 1875, and moved to this city in 1880.
She is survived by her husband and three children, Mrs. H. V. Elliott, Miss Lawla Kindred, and Arthur J. Kindred.
Funeral services will be held at her late residence, 1500 North Fifteenth street, at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rev. Dr. Colfelt, former pastor of the Oxford Presbyterian Church, of which Mrs. Kindred was an active member, will officiate, Interment will be made in the family vault in Central Laurel Hill Cemetery. (Philadelphia Inquirer, January 11, 1907) [Contributed by Meges]
Laurel Hill Cemetery interment book at Ancestry has Interment No. 4804c: Kindred, Sarah E 1907 Interment Book 4 Page 2364. (The "c" means the central cemetery vs. south or north.)
Middle name Elizabeth from husband's death notice.
Charles Firman Kindred (1846 - 1918)*
Jessie Kindred Elliott (1876 - 1968)*
Lalla Eugenie Kindred Oakford (1878 - 1949)*
Charles Guest Kindred (1880 - 1890)*
Arthur J. Kindred (1882 - 1940)*
Laurel Hill Cemetery
Plot: Section K, Lot 333
Maintained by: A. Nelson
Originally Created by: John Van Essen
Record added: Dec 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102339994
Added: Jan. 19, 2013