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John Kail (1756-1821)
John Kail
Sex: Male
Birth: 1756
Death: 1821
Father: Hans Jerg Coehl (1726-1796)
Mother: Anna Christian Elizabeth Wagoner (1726-?)
Siblings: Peter Kail (1751-1816)
Mary Elizabeth Kail (1758-?)
Margaret Elizabeth Kail (1759-?)
George Nicholas Kail (1760-1824)
Spouse/Partner: Catharine Rousch (1757-1853)
Children: George Kail (c1776-1836)
David Kail (1778-1811)
Henry Kail (c1779-1859)
John Kail II (c1785-1822)
Mary Kail (c1788-1870)
Elizabeth Kail (c1789-?)
Jacob Kail (1792-1869)
Margaret Kail (c1796-aft1850)
Frederick Arthur Kail (1800-1881)
Nancy Kail
Anna Amy Kail


SiblingsEdit

The following are the known siblings of John Kail:

1820 CensusEdit

John appeared as a head of household in the 1820 census of Green Township, Harrison County, Ohio. The household is believed to have consisted of the following family members:[1]

  • John Kail, head, 64, PA
  • Catharine (Rousch) Kail, wife, 63, PA
  • ?, daughter, 26-45
  • ?, daughter, 26-45
  • Frederick Arthur Kail, son, 20
  • Anne Kail, daughter, daughter, 16
  • ?, male, 0-10

DeathEdit

The following notice appeared in the Harrison Telegraph on May 30, 1821:[2]

All persons indebted to the estate of JOHN KAIL, late of Green township, Harrison county, Ohio, deceased, are hereby requested to come forward and make immediate payment -- and those who have claims against said estate, will present them to us legally authenticated, for payment within one year from the 6th day of April 1821. Henry Kail, Jacob Kail, Administrators

Notes and ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ See 1820 Every-Name Census Reconstruction (Green Township, Harrison County Ohio) for surrounding households.
  2. ^ 1820 Harrison Telegraph Transcription by Connie Cotterill Schumaker

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