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James Edmond Singleton Kirkpatrick (1833 - 1906)

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James Edmond Singleton Kirkpatrick
Born in Duefuin, Franklin County, Illinois, USAmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married in Independence Co., ARmap
Husband of — married in Gillespie Co., TXmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Downey, Los Angeles County, California, USAmap
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Categories: 17th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry, United States Civil War.


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Name

James Edwin/Edmond Singleton Kirkpatrick

Education

Initally, James Kirkpatrick undertook the study of medicine but after a prank he was tossed out of medical school. He was called "Ed" and led a somewhat roving life.

Occupation

James Kirkpatrick was a farmer.

Marriage

Independence Co., AR Marriage Records FTM CD#244 1850-1900
James Edwin KIRKPATRICK m: Lucretia SMITH on 25 Jan 1857 Independence Co., AR
When he married Lucrita Smith, they were married by Alfred Brettion in Lawerence Co., AR on January 25, 1857. James was 21 years old and Lucrita was 18 years old.

Residence

James and Lucrita moved to Wilmington, California during the 1880's.

The following information is from a letter from Mildred Flowers: The second marriage was a woman from Louisiana named Lucretia, of French ancestry and who died during the Civil War. James and Lucretia had four children but two died of yellow fever. When she died of fever, the two surviving children by her were sent to France to the dead wifes kenfolks. Their names are no longer remembered by relatives. The children were no longer heard from after their half-sister, Anna heard from them in 1885. The yellow fever episode, according to the story, occurred during the Civil War when Kirkpatrick was serving with the 17th Louisana Infantry.

Military

During the Civil War, James served in Company D, 17th Louisiana Infantry, in a detached service aboard a Gun Boat in AR. When his ship was blown up, he disserted the Confederate Service in 1867. He married in Gullespie, TX to Jane Elizabeth Bradbury. All Jane's brothers were veterans of the TX War of Independence. They received Grants of land for their service to the Republic of Texas. James Bradbury was killed by Commanchee Indians in Kinble County, TX in 1872. It is stated James also served as a private also in Company C, 17th Louisana Infantry. He enlisted 30 Sept 1861, Camp Moore, Louisana, temporarily transferred to the Confederate States gun boat Ark, 23 July 1862, but was absent without leave after the destruction of the gunboat. Neither he nor a widow applied for a Louisana Civil War pension.

Ms. Betty Snow, American Embassy, Bridgetown, FPO AA 34055-0002; indicated in her letter of 12/26/1995, that in several places from my material, first wife was listed as the second wife. James Kirkpatrick and Jane E. Bradbury were mentioned as well. I will get clarification on this in my response letter to her.

Death

14 APR 1906 Downey, Los Angeles Co., CA

10 APR 1906 Another possible death date [1]

Burial

Downey District Cemetery, Downey, Los Angeles Co., CA
Day Jewel of Clear Water, California, grandson of James Edmond Kirkpatrick, stated James was buried in Downey Cemetery, Downey, CA.
J. E. S. Kirkpatrick 1834 - 1906

Sources

  1. A Kirkpatrick Genealogy - The family of James Kirkpatrick of SC by Melvin Kirkpatrick and David Hudson
  • This person was created through the import of PittsPenn_2010-09-21.ged on 22 September 2010.


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