920. John Joseph Kirkpatrick was born on 15 September 1852 in York Co., South Carolina. He died on 26 February 1927 at the age of 74 in Walker Co., Alabama.4 He was buried in Gray Cemetery, Walker Co., Alabama.140
John Joseph Kirkpatrick was born 15 September 1852 in York District, South Carolina. In 1856 he moved with his family to Walker County, Alabama. There he married Eliza Blackwood, who was born in 1851 in Jasper, Walker County, Alabama.
There were seven (7) children born of the marriage.
On the 1900 U. S. Census of Good Springs, Walker Co., Alabama Joseph and Eliza Kirkpatrick appear with their children. William J., Samuel B., James R., Bamma, Alta, Elizabeth and Carl S. Joseph and his 3 older sons are farmers. Joseph and Eliza have been married 20 years. She is the mother of seven all of whom are currently living.
John Joseph Kirkpatrick and Eliza Blackwood were married in 1880 in Walker Co., Alabama.384 Eliza Blackwood was born on 3 February 1857 in Jasper, Walker Co., Alabama.140 She died on 8 May 1923 at the age of 66 in Walker Co., Alabama.140 She was buried in Gray Cemetery, Walker Co., Alabama.140
John Joseph Kirkpatrick and Eliza Blackwood had the following children:
|William Joseph Kirkpatrick.|
|Samuel Bluford Kirkpatrick.|
|James Robert Kirkpatrick was born in November 1883 in Walker Co., Alabama.140,384 He died on 6 March 1910 at the age of 26 in Walker Co., Alabama.140|
|Bamma Kirkpatrick was born in 1888 in Alabama. He died in 1911 at the age of 23.|
|Alta T. Kirkpatrick was born in March 1892 in Alabama.384,385 She died in 1975 at the age of 83.129 Social Security Death Index has a Alta Jones, born 29 March 1892 died April 1975 at Parrish, Walker Co., Alabama. Might be our Alta.|
|Elizabeth "Lizzie" Kirkpatrick was born on 12 January 1896 in Alabama.|
|Carl Stephenson Kirkpatrick was born on 7 March 1898 in Parrish, Walker Co., Alabama.140 He died on 6 December 1918 at the age of 20 in Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama.140 He was buried in Parrish, Walker Co., Alabama.140 On the World War I draft registration Carl is a miner, farmer and works on the railway. He signed the form on Sept. 12, 1918 at Walker Co., Alabama.|