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Henry Kitchen Sr. (abt. 1750 - 1809)

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Henry Kitchen Sr.
Born about in Amwell Township, Hunterdon, New Jerseymap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Amwell Township, Hunterdon, New Jerseymap
Descendants descendants
Died in New Canaan, Queens, New Brunswick, Canadamap
Kitchen-165 created 17 Mar 2012 | Last modified
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Henry KITCHEN was born about 1750 in Amwell Twp., Hunterdon County, NJ Colony and died about 1810 in New Canaan, Queens Co., New Brunswick, Canada. He was a millwright. He married Elizabeth Jewel (also spelled Jewell) on October 30, 1770 in Amwell Township, NJ. Children: William, Mary, & Henry. Secondly, he married Jane Price (Webb) about 1788 in New Canaan, Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada. He became a British Loyalist and fled the United States to New Brunswick, Canada. He was in the 3rd New Jersey Regiment and served in George Washington's Army. He was wounded and survived the winter in Valley Forge. His 2nd wife, Jane Webb Price was the widow of Edmund Price. Henry was born about 1750. Henry Kitchen ... He passed away about 1809. [1]

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On 13 Aug 2017 at 16:27 GMT Brenda Scragg wrote:

Yes, I suggest we are speaking of 2 branches. I am following the Kitchens from New Jersey who moved to New Brunswick, Canada, Using the research of many others to connect my Canadian branch with the Quakers who came from England to New Jersey, I recently made an exciting discovery in the 1871 Canada census where the family confirmed its origin as "Dutch", the first and only time the Kitchens were noted as such in the Canadian censuses. Suggests the Quaker connection is plausible.

I have taken over this profile from Joe Fitzgerald and have not added much. Hope to do so in the next 4 weeks.

On 13 Aug 2017 at 13:42 GMT S (Beard) B wrote:

I have Kitchen married a Jewel woman. Their son was Joseph Kitchen who married a Ghulic of New Jersey.

Kitchen-1055. Could be same Family? I also have two branches of Kitchen in my tree. William & John Kitchen of VIrginia and Henry & Joseph Kitchen of New Jersey. Kitchen-91. Sounds like my two branches are from two different Kitchen Ancestor Families.

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