Indiana McCaslins

John Francis Kinney1857

Name
John Francis Kinney
Birth March 1857 21 18
Note: Given as Indiana in the 1860 census for Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana.
Census 1860 (Age 2 years)
MarriageCora McCaslinView this family
November 24, 1879 (Age 22 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Albert Thomas Kinney
June 24, 1880 (Age 23 years)
Census 1880 (Age 22 years)
DivorceCora McCaslinView this family
about 1897 (Age 39 years)

Note: John Francis Kinney is listed as a divorc in the 1900 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois. He had been married for 19 years.
Census 1900 (Age 42 years)
Death of a sonAlbert Thomas Kinney
May 6, 1954 (Age 97 years)

Death of a wifeCora McCaslin
March 4, 1956 (Age 99 years)
Occupation
1880 Baggageman

Deathyes

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father
mother
Marriage:
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himself
ex-wife
Marriage: November 24, 1879, Clark, Indiana
Divorce: about 1897
7 months
son

Birth

Given as Indiana in the 1860 census for Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana.

Divorce

John Francis Kinney is listed as a divorc in the 1900 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois. He had been married for 19 years.

Shared note

In the 1860 US Federal Census for Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana, 24-year-old New York-born laborer John Kinney has no real estate of value, but $20 of personal property. He and his 21-year-old Irish wife Maria [maiden name unknown] have two Indiana-born children in their household 3-year-old John Jr and 2-year-old Margaret.

In the 1880 US Federal Census for Jeffersonville, Clark, Indiana, 42-year-old Samuel McCaslin and his 33-year-old wife Nancy [Johnson] McCaslin have in their household two of their three children, 17-year-old Harvey [McCaslin] and 19-year-old Cora [McCaslin] Kinney. Coras husband 22-year-old John Kinnney is also in the household. Harvey is paralyzed. Samuel and John Kinney work for the railroad; Samuel as a railroad car builder, and John as a baggageman

Ohio-born John F Kinney is listed on the Voter Registration list for Chicago, Cook, Illinois in 1892. He is living on State Street, and has lived in Cook County for three years and in this precinct for two years.

In the 1900 US Federal Census for Chicago, Cook, Illinois, 43-year-old Ohio-born insurer J F Kinney is a divorced man, who was married for 19 years, which would put his divorce from Cora McCaslin Kinney in 1897. He is a boarder in the household of Pennsylvania-born John and Jesie Stroup and their two children, their 14-year-old North Dakota-born schoolboy son, Fay G, and 10-year-old Minnesota-born schoolgirl daughter, Beth H. The household is living at 246 East 64th Street in a rented double bungalow. Everyone can read, write and speak English. John's parents were born in Ireland. [sic].

Samuel McCaslin died on 16 Dec 1905 and was dropped from the pension rolls on 19 Jan 1906 per a letter from his divorced son-in-law J F [John Francis] Kinney of Chicago, Illinois.