James E. Kitchen

ID # 3872, (1828-1876)
BirthJames E. Kitchen was born on 7 September 1828. 
MarriageHe married Mary Elizabeth Doud, daughter of Ira Doud and Roxa Clemons
MarriageHe married Ellen Van Every on 23 July 1863 at South Dumfries Township, Brant County.
MS248 reel 5, Vol. 1, Page 133
Brant County

Return of marriages solemnized by Rev. Dr. Thomas Leslie Davidson, Pastor Baptist Church, St. George, for the year ending 31st day of December, 1863.

James E. Kitchen, 34, born and residing S. Dumfries. Parents James and Cornelia.
Ellen Vanevery, 22, born and residing S. Dumfries. Parents Andrew and Rachel.
Witnesses illeg. Vanevery and W. W. Doud, both of South Dumfries.
On July 23, 1863.

An extract from the Canadian Baptist, dated July 30, 1863, tells us that the marriage of James and Ellen took place at the residence of the bride's father on 24th July. Marriage registrations from this era do not typically name the location of the marriage, but Ellen's father's residence was in South Dumfries.

(The marriage registration dates their marriage to July 23 and is the more likely correct.)
DeathHe died on 6 February 1876 at age 47. 
BurialHe was buried at St. George Cemetery, South Dumfries Twp.. 
NoteDeath reg. 001241-76 South Dumfries, Brant Co.
James E. Kitchen died Februarfy 6th, 1876. Age 45. Farmer. Born Ontario. Cause of death apoplectic fit two days. Physician and informant Frank Patten, St. George. 

Child of James E. Kitchen and Mary Elizabeth Doud

Last Edited13 Dec 2016