This page last modified Monday, 30-Jun-2008 20:28:31 CDT

Emanuel Kinder Biography
Bollinger County, Missouri

Emanuel Kinder Bollinger Co Mo Biography
  • Emanuel Kinder was born on June 17, 1840, and is the first child born to Israel and Sarah E. (Lincoln) Kinder. Israel was a native of North Carolina, and was a farmer by vocation. When a young man he immigrated to Missouri, after which he was married. His wife was a native of Southeast Missouri, and was the mother of nine children, two of whom are living. Mr. Kinder died, and she married again. Emanuel Kinder worked in a shop with his stepfather until fourteen years of age, when, with his mother and stepfather, he removed to Bollinger County, Mo., where, for the first time, he attended school. August 3, 1861, he was united in marriage with Mrs. Caroline (Cato) Ladd. To them were born two children, who are now dead. The mother also died, after which Mr. Kinder married Matilda E. George, a native of Southeast Missouri, born in 1849. They have four children who are living: James R., Jesse, Luther A. and William F. Having dealt liberally with his family in deeding them land, Mr. Kinder still has 137 acres. He is one of the patriotic Union men who answered the call of his Government by taking up arms to fight in the Civil War for the preservation of the Union. He served in Company A, Seventy-ninth Missouri Cavalry. Mr. Kinder and some of his family are consistent members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. [p. 835]

Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri, [p. 835]
Contributed by Joe Crim

You are the [an error occurred while processing this directive] visitor to this site since March 02, 2003

Bollinger, Co Webmaster

Please Read

This Copyright Page

Webspace Provided by RootsWeb
Webspace Provided by RootsWeb