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183    MCKINNIE FAMILY

      Location - on Jackson Rd, about 0.5 mile west of Christian Light Rd, Kipling.

      Coordinates: 35d 28m 03.0s N; 78d 52m 04.1s W Click here for Google maps

      Surveyed by and photographs by Harnett County Friends of the Library, Julie & Vernon Gambrell, and others. Updates by Allen Dew in January 2017.


  1. Matthews, Jack T.   (b. 26 Nov 1847 - d. 8 Jul 1933)
      • Husband of Jane Angerline McKinney Matthews.
  2. Matthews, Jane Angerline McKinney   (b. 28 Feb 1858 - d. 5 Jun 1926)
      • Wife of Z. Jack T. Matthews.
  3. Matthews, Mary Eliza   (b. 21 Mar 1886 - d. 24 Nov 1901)
  4. Matthews, W. H.   (b. 29 Oct 1832 - d. 18 Jul 1918)
      • Killed in France during WW-I.
  5. McKinnie, H. H.   (b. 11 Aug 1853 - d. 2 Mar 1936)
  6. McKinnie, James H.   (b. 23 Sep 1844 - d. 22 May 1897)
  7. McKinnie, Louis   (b. 12 Aug 1805 - d. 26 Jan 1882)
  8. McKinnie, Martha Etta Harrington   (b. 23 Dec 1859 - d. 29 Feb 1936)
      • Wife of James H. McKinnie. Daughter of Benjamin Franklin Harrington and Mary Helen Womack Harrington. Another view.
  9. McKinnie, Mary Annie   (b. 30 Mar 1814 - d. 4 Dec 1883)


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