1422. James Buchanan Kirkpatrick was born on 9 December 1856 in Diehlstadt, Scott Co., Missouri.74,162 He died on 26 July 1947 at the age of 90 in Morley, Scott Co., Missouri.162,567 He was buried in Old Morley Cemetery, Morley, Scott Co., Missouri.567 On the 1870 U. S. Census of Tywappity, Scott Co., Missouri James appears in the household of his father Henry.
On the 1880 U. S. Census of Tywappity, Scott Co., Missouri, James is a boarder in the household of T. A. Maynard. James is a farmer.
On the 1900 U. S. Census of the Village of Diehlstadt, Tywappity Township, Scott Co., Missouri, James B. Kirkpatrick appars with his wife Mary D. and son Frank. James and Mary have been married 10 years. Mary is the mother of 2, 1 of whom is currently living. James is a carpenter.
On the 1910 U. S. Census of Marley, Scott Co., Missouri, James appears with his wife Mary V. and son Henry T. James and Henry are carpenters.
On the 1920 U. S. Census of Morley, Scott Co., Missouri, James B. Kirkpatrick age 63 appears with his wife Mary D. age 46 and brother Perry age 68. James is a house carpenter. Perry F. is 68, a widower, badly crippled and works as a salesman.
James Buchanan Kirkpatrick and Mary Derenda Allen were married on 8 October 1889 in Scott Co., Missouri.568 Mary Derenda Allen, daughter of Benjamin Franklin Allen and Mary Martha Strong, was born on 9 January 1874 in near Sikeston, Scott Co., Missouri.162,528 She died on 2 September 1945 at the age of 71 in Morley, Scott Co., Missouri.162,567,569 She was buried in Old Morley Cemetery, Morley, Scott Co., Missouri.567 From the Sikeston Herald, Thursday, September 6, 1945: Last Rites Held for Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick. Funeral service were conducted at the Baptist Church at Morley at 2 o'clock yesterday for Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick, who died at her home there Sunday of diabetes. Rev. Anderson, pastor of the church, conducted the service. He was assisted by Rev. T. L. Bess of Benton. Burial was made in the old cemetery at Morely. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, who was aged 71 years, was a native of Charleston. She and her husband, J. B. Kirkpatrick, had been residents of Morely for more than half a century. During her residence at Morley Mrs. Kirkpatrick was a prominent worker in the Baptist church. She was also a member of the Eastern Star Chapter. Survivors beside her husband include her son Frank J. Kirkpatrick, before moving to Cape Girardeau, served as Recorder of Deeds for Scott county for twenty years, one grandchild, Judy Kirkpatrick, of Cape Girardeau and a brother, Mr. Allen of Kansas City, are also among the survivors.
James Buchanan Kirkpatrick and Mary Derenda Allen had the following children: