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  1. Sarah Kirkpatrick: Birth: 6 MAY 1807 in Virginia. Death: 31 JAN 1891 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio

  2. Jane Kirkpatrick: Birth: 14 MAR 1812 in Ohio. Death: 10 FEB 1840 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio

  3. Thomas Kirk: Birth: 5 DEC 1813 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio. Death: 28 JAN 1884 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio

  4. James Ward Kirkpatrick: Birth: 23 SEP 1815 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio. Death: 12 MAR 1840 in Fayette Co. , Ohio

  5. Nancy Kirkpatrick: Birth: 15 JUL 1819 in Fayette Co. , Ohio. Death: 17 MAY 1840 in Fayette Co. , Ohio

  6. Henry Kirk: Birth: 23 JUN 1821 in Fayette Co., Ohio. Death: 21 DEC 1895 in Jefferson Twp., Fayette Co., Ohio

  7. Adeline Kirkpatrick: Birth: 23 OCT 1827 in Ohio. Death: 6 MAY 1924 in Bloomingburg, Paint Twp, Fayette, Ohio

  8. Agnes Kirkpatrick: Birth: 18 JAN 1831 in Jefferson Township, Fayette County, Ohio. Death: 15 AUG 1916 in Missouri

a. Note:   Moved to Fayette Co., in 1811 and died of a fever in 1840 which killed several of his family members. The Kirkpatrick surname was later shortened to Kirk. ============= Heritage Quest - Dills History of Fayette Co. JAMES KIRKPATRICK Left Virginia in the year 1810, accompanied by his wife and two children (one child was left behind), and William Young, his brother-in-law. While yet on the other side of the Ohio River, they fell in company with the Ray and Fifer families, who accompanied them as far as Madison County. The remaining members of the party came to Fayette, and on Christmas Eve of the same year arrived at the cabin of Solomon Soward, in Jefferson Township, where they remained during the winter. Upon arriving in this county, they stopped at the cabin of Captain Joseph Parrett, and upon inquiring for Soward's cabin, were informed that it was located about two miles further on, on Paint Creek. No road but a bridle path led to the place, and they were compelled to leave the wagons behind them. The next morning they returned for the same, and found the goods (among which was a tin box containing eight hundred dollars) unmolested. Indians frequently came to Soward's, bringing deer barns, and exchanging them for corn meal. The Virginians were exceedingly anxious to see the camp of the savages, and on the Sunday following their arrival, followed a squaw, who had been at the house, to the encampment, which was located on the high bank of Paint Creek, on the Reuben Vesay farm. The redskins, about thirty in number, were peaceable, but did not appear well pleased with the visit, and left the neighborhood a few days after, and never returned. In 1811, Kirkpatrick and Jacob Dunkle purchased of Mr. Gatch, of Chillicothe, the Mosley survey in Jefferson Township, containing one thousand acres, a portion of which is now owned by his son Henry Kirk. He engaged in the war of 1812, served as county commissioner, and was one of Fayette's prominent citizens. He died January 1, 1840; his wife, April 16, 1863. The union was blessed with thirteen children, of whom five are living. For the sake of convenience the family name has been changed from Kirkpatrick to Kirk. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.