Martin Kinard, Sr. (1736 - 1805)

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Birthplace: Undingen, Germany
Death: Died in Newberry Dist., SC
Managed by: Kinard Ely Haden
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About Martin Kinard, Sr.

"During the Eighteenth century, several immigrant families that now go by the name of “Kinard,” or similar variations, settled in the Dutch Fork of South Carolina. In January 1745, a family of Kinards were among a group of Protestant “Palatines” that arrived on Capt. Brown’s ship, the St. Andrew (Council Journal, Meeting of 29 January 1745). Mathias, Margaret, John, and Martin Kinard later claimed to have arrived on this ship in their petitions for bounty land in S.C." posted on GenForum by Norma Lewis 10/06/05 (norie@oip.com)

The Kinard and Kinerd families of SC are cousins to the Kinards and Keinard (Keinart, Keinadt) families of PA, who are related to the Keinadt, Koiner, Coiner, Coyner, Kyner, Kiner families of PA and VA. They all come from the same section of So. Germany, Winterlingen, Onstmettingen, Tailfingen, Mahringen, and lots of other communities which end in "gen". We may have it in our German lineage in our list files at Yahoo. Come join KeinadtFamily@Yahoogroups.com and we'll work on it.

Born Johann Martin Keinat

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Martin Kinard, Immigrant's Timeline

1736
December 11, 1736
Undingen, Germany
1761
January 21, 1761
Age 24
Newberry County, SC
1761
Age 24
1763
1763
Age 26
Dutch Forks, Newberry Co., SC
1765
1765
Age 28
Newberry County, SC
1768
1768
Age 31
Newberry County, SC
1770
1770
Age 33
Newberry Dist., SC
1772
1772
Age 35
Newberry Dist., SC
1778
1778
Age 41
Newberry County, SC
1784
December 4, 1784
Age 47
Newberry Dist., SC