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  • ID: I775808
  • Name: Christian KILBURN 1 2 3 4 5
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 11 MAY 1854 in Kirtorf, Hesse, Germany
  • Death: 24 DEC 1927 in Ben Hill Co., GA 6



    Father: Adam KILBURN
    Mother: ELISE

    Marriage 1 Susan Adeline MCCLARD b: 10 JAN 1860 in Neely's Landing, Cape Girardeau Co., MO
    • Married: 27 FEB 1885 in Cape Girardeau Co., MO
    Children
    1. Has Children Hettie Elizabeth KILBURN b: 4 APR 1886 in Neely's Landing, Cape Girardeau Co., MO
    2. Has No Children Charles N. KILBURN b: 15 JUN 1888 in Cape Girardeau Co., MO
    3. Has Children Bertha Kathryn "Minnie" KILBURN b: 2 DEC 1892 in Cape Girardeau Co., MO
    4. Has Children Violet Marie KILBURN b: 21 JUL 1901 in Cape Girardeau Co., MO

    Marriage 2 Theresa Amaretta WISEMAN b: 11 FEB 1865 in Terrell Co., GA
    • Married: BEF 1903
    Children
    1. Has No Children Adam KILBURN
    2. Has No Children Edward KILBURN
    3. Has No Children Martha KILBURN b: 1903

    Sources:
    1. Title: 1870 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: Ancestry.com [database on-line]
      Publication: Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2009
      Note: Same info as 1860 plus whether father and mother were foreign born, the month of birth for babies born during the census year, the month married during the census year, and whether the individual was eligible to vote.
      Name, age at the last birthday (if under 1 - use fractions, such as 1/12), sex, color
      Profession, occupation, or trade
      Value of real estate
      Value of personal property
      Place of birth (state or territory if usa, or country if foreign-born)
      Father or mother foreign born
      Born or married within the year and the month the event occurred
      Attended school within the year
      Could NOT read or write
      Deaf, dumb, insane or "idiotic"
      Male citizen of the United States age 21 years or older
      Male citizen of the United States age 21 years or older and vote was denied or abridged on grounds other than rebellion or other crime.
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Repository:
      Note: Taken: 01 Jun 1870 (Completion by 01 Nov 1870); researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: Census Place: Township 1 Range 5, Clinton, Illinois; Roll: M593_196; p. 386A; Image: 779; Family History Library Film: 545695
    2. Title: 1880 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Compiler
      Publication: (Salt Lake City: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2002)
      Note: All dwellings in each census district were given a number. Each family was also assigned an identification number. Each census sheet listed the county as well as town and the enumeration date. Name, sex, color are listed as well as age prior to June 1st; month of birth in the census year; whether single, married, widowed or divorced; whether married in the census year; occupation, cannot read or write; place of birth AND father's and mother's place of birth.
      The major addition to the 1880 census for reseachers is the listing of each individuals relationship to the head of household.
      Name, whether white, black, mulatto, Indian or Chinese, sex, age
      Month of birth if born within the year
      Relationship to head of household
      Single, married, widowed or divorced
      Married within the year
      Occupation and months unemployed
      Name of state, territory, or country of birth
      Parents place of birth
      Attended school within the year
      Unable to read, if age 10 or older
      Sick or temporarily disabled, and reason, at date of census enumeration
      Blind, deaf-mute, "idiotic", insane, or permanently disabled
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Repository:
      Note: Taken: 01 Jun 1880 (completion by 01 Jul 1880); @http://www.familysearch.org; researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Internet
      Text: Census Place: Shawnee, Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Roll: 678; Family History Film: 1254678; p. 109C; Enumeration District: 016; Image: 0221
    3. Title: 1900 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: Ancestry.com [database on-line]
      Publication: Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2004
      Note: The twelfth federal census is available on Soundex as well as in copies of the original records. The 1900 census schedules included dwelling and family numbers, county, town, street and house number, whether the home was owned or rented, whether free of mortgage, and whether the dwelling was a farm or house.
      The name, color, sex, month and year of birth, age, place of birth and relationship to the head of household are listed for each person who lived in the dwelling on June 1, 1900. Also requested are marital status, number of years married, how many children born to the mother, number of these children still living; mother and father's place of birth, year of immigration to the U.S., naturalization; occupation, number of months employed; whether attended school, can read, can write, can speak English.
      Name of each person in household.
      Address
      Relationship to head of household
      Color or race
      Sex
      Month and year of birth
      Age at last birthday
      Marital status
      # of years married
      Total # of children born of the mother
      # of those children living
      Place of birth of each person
      Parent names of each person
      If the person was foreign born
      Year of immigration and # of years in the US
      Citizenship status of foreign born over age 21
      Occupation
      Could person read, write, and speak English
      Whether home is owned or rented
      Whether home is on a farm
      Whether home is mortgaged
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Repository:
      Note: Taken: 1 June 1900 (Completion within 30 days); researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: Census Place: Shawnee, Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Roll: 845; p. 9B; Enumeration District: 33; FHL microfilm: 1240845
    4. Title: 1910 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: Ancestry.com [database on-line]
      Publication: Prove, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2006
      Note: The 1910 census is available on Soundex as well as copies of the original records. Schedules included dwelling and family numbers, county, town, street and house number, whether the home was owned or rented, whether free of mortgage, and whether the dwelling was a farm or house. The name, race, sex, month and year of birth, age, place of birth and relationship to the head of household are listed for each person who lived in the dwelling on April 15, 1910. Also requested are marital status, number of years married, how many children born to the mother, number of these children still living; mother and father's place of birth, year of immigration to the U.S., naturalized or alien; occupation, nature of trade, employer, worker or own account, number of months not employed; whether attended school, can read and write, and language spoken; whether blind or deaf mute. This census also asks if an indivdual is a veteran of the Civil War.
      Name of each person in household.
      Address
      Relationship to head of household
      Color or race
      Sex
      Age at last birthday
      Marital status
      # of years married
      Total # of children born of the mother
      # of those children living
      Place of birth of each person
      Parent names of each person
      If the person was foreign born
      Year of immigration Citizenship status of foreign born over age 21 Language spoken
      Occupation
      Type of industry employed in
      Whether employer, employee, or self-employed
      # of weeks unemployed in 1909 if applicable
      Could person read, and write
      Attend daytime school since 1 sept 1909
      Whether home is owned or rented
      Whether home is on a farm
      Whether home is mortgaged
      Veteran of the Union or Confederate army or navy
      Blind in both eyes or deaf and dumb
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Repository:
      Note: Taken: 15 Apr 1910 (Completion within 30 days); researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: Ancestry.com [database on-line], (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2006), Census Place: FitzGerald Ward 1, Ben Hill, Georgia; Roll: T624_172; p. 6A; Enumeration District: 0007; Image: 149; FHL microfilm: 1374185
    5. Title: 1920 U. S. Federal Census
      Author: Ancestry.com [database on-line]
      Publication: Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc., 2010
      Note: The 1920 Census asks fewer questions than the 1910. A number is assigned to all dwellings and families. The county and town are given, as well as street, house number and family visit number. Personal information is listed for each individual who resided in each dwelling on January 1, 1920. Questions include: name, sex, color or race, age, place of birth, marital status, relationship to head of household; occupation, whether employer, salary worker or working on own account; year of immigrtation to U.S., naturalized or alien, and year of naturalization; place of birth of mother and father. Questions about language are asked: mother tongue of individual and his parents; whether can speak English.
      Name of street/avenue/road - house number or farm
      # of dwelling in order of visitation
      # of family in order of visitation
      Name of each person in household.
      Relationship to head of household
      Home owned or rented home - free or mortgaged
      Color or race
      Sex
      Age at last birthday
      Marital status
      Year of immigration
      Whether naturalized or alien
      If naturalized, year of naturalization
      attend school at any time since 1 Sept 1919
      able to read able to write
      Place of birth
      fathers place of birth
      fathers mother tongue language
      mothers place of birth
      mothers tongue language
      Could speak English?
      trade, or profession or particular type of work done
      whether employer, salary, or wage worker, or working on own account
      [researched by Samuel Taylor Geer]
      Repository:
      Note: Taken: 1 January 1920 (Completion within 30 days); researched by Samuel Taylor Geer
      Media: Official Document
      Text: Census Place: FitzGerald Ward 1, Ben Hill, Georgia; Roll: T625_234; p. 14A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 428
    6. Title: Georgia Deaths Index, 1914-1927
      Author: Ancestry.com [database on-line]
      Publication: Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011
      Note: Original data: "Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2007. "Georgia Deaths, 1914-1927" and "Georgia Deaths, 1930," images, FamilySearch. Georgia Department of Health and Vital Statistics, Atlanta, Georgia.
      Repository:
      Media: Book
      Text: Name: Christian Kilburn, Birth Date: 11 May 1854, Birth Place: Kirchhof, Germany, Death Date: 24 Dec 1927, Death Place: Ben Hill, Death Age: 73, Race: White, Ethnicity: American, Gender: Male, Father Name: Adam Kilburn, Mother Name: Elise Kilburn, FHL Film No. 2365002
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