Saturday, January 21, 2017


ROBERT E. KINNIMONTH, Ohio County, is the eldest of a family of five children, and was born October 12, 1855, in Warren County, Ky. He was brought up in Butler County, and received a fair education. His parents are David and Susan (Horton) Kinnimonth, the former a native of Pennsylvania, and reared in Warren County. His grandfather (now deceased) was Robert Kinnimonth, for many years a boatman - on the Green River, and a contractor and builder of dams and locks on the same river. He built the locks at Rochester, Butler County. The names of his sister and brothers are as follows: Mrs. L. A. Bunch, Jasper H., Charles C., and William D. He was married September 17, 1882, to Eunice I., daughter of Nathaniel Shultz, and grand-daughter of Joseph Shultz, one of the oldest and most prosperous farmers now living in Ohio county. Mr. Kinnimonth's farm consists of fifty acres of land near the town of Cromwell, on the Green River. He is also an excellent mechanic and a good citizen.

Source: J. H. BATTLE, W H. PERRIN, & G. C. KNIFFIN 1895

Note:  Mr. Kinnimonth died 14 June 1889 in Butler County, KY and is buried at the New Midway Cemetery, in Rochester, Butler County.

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