19 Replies Latest reply on Sep 17, 2019 7:39 AM by Henry Rosenberg

    Seeking records on parents of Freeman Kitchen

    Yvonne Kitchen Wayfarer

      Need immediate assistance. Looking for records of my paternal grandfather, Freeman Kitchen (born abt: 1888/1887 )in Americus, Sumter Georgia. It appears he was married twice, he moved to Plant City, FL Hillsbourgh County, where he died in 1968. Seeking information also on his parents.

       

      1.  Spouse: Ada Mae Kitchen

      Had two children

       

      2.  Spouse: Francis Solomon

      Children:

      Fletcher

      Grady

      Richard (RK)

      Willie Dennise (Willie D)

      Katy Mae

       

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      I need to find out where we are in the tree.  I have Jackson and Hesther Pea their daughter Ann Patsy Pea married Joseph Kitchen, trying to find where to place me and my siblings.  Patsy and Joseph had 23 children.  I have provided some of the names

       

      Adeline Kitchen

      John Kitchen

      Relvin Kitchen

      Minnie Bell Kitchen

      Helen Kitchen

      Dorothy Kitchen

      Sandy Kitchen - son wife Annie

      Elize Kitchen wife Jereldene

      Regina Kitchen husband Rovert Galloway

      Vivian Kitchen husband William Brown

      Elizabeth Kitchen husband Wilder McClain or vice versa

       

      My father was Willie Dennis Kitchen better know as Willie D. I also have Lamont Thomas who may have the same gg / ggg parents

       

      AND

       

      Fletcher 1921

      Grady 1925 - 2004

      Richard (RK) 1928 wife Lossie

      Willie Dennis 1928 - 1987

      Katie Mae 1931.

      All were born in George, Sumter district

       

      Just trying to give as much data as possible.  I just came from the Pea/Smart/Kitchen family reunion, we know we are related based on our DNA but don't know where to place us on the tree for Joseph Kitchen Ann Patsy Pea/Kitchen Please help.  Once I get this then I'm sure I can run with the names I have and start adding all those children/children/etc on the tree.

       

      Thank you Rebecca, I have waited over 50 years for this.  Finally did the DNA and its' exciting.

      Yvonne