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  • ID: I29846
  • Name: Clyde Moses KIMBALL
  • Surname: KIMBALL
  • Given Name: Clyde Moses
  • Prefix: Dr.
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 16 Feb 1868
  • _UID: 70AAC0FC4B4F7A4A8316A859CCE8FD91105B
  • Note:
    "History and Genealogy of the Thomas J. and Henrietta (Howells) PowellFamilies," pp. 140-141
    (see photos on web site, including pictures of Thomas J. and Henrietta[Howells] Powell, inserted on a page between pgs. 10 & 11 and
    their homestead between pgs. 20 & 21)

    "Clyde M. graduated at State Medical college, Indiana, 1892,
    with post-graduate work in surgery at Physicians and Surgeons
    college, Chicago. Married Ella Robison Feb 13, 1898, born July 20,
    1868, daughter of Henry and Lucy Robison. To this union 4 chil-
    dren were born: Hennetta, May 8, 1901; Abner Daniel, July 29,
    1903; Louise, Oct. 23, 1906; Mae, Feb. 13, 1908. Clyde is a good,
    kind husband and father, has a big heart in just the right place."
    "He thus writes of the Powell family: "
    "The Powell family as I knew them v or rather Grandmother Kimball(Louisa Powell) and her two brothers. Their longevity and theirinherited traits of character were marked, showing a pure blood andnervous matter that could only result from several generations of goodblooded ancestors, free from organic taint, and with marked traits ofcharacter v 'for example v no one need to ask if Joseph Powell was achristian, he needed no semi-annual conversion. No one need ask if hewas an honest man. No one need ask if he was a republican in politics.No one need ask if he died true to his belief. No one need ask if JosephPowell would attend church next Sunday v 'rain or shine' he would bethere. These traits of character were equally well marked in myGrandmother Kimball. The Powells that I knew were not honest because'honesty is the best policy,' they were not seeking public praise. But thsir honesty was an innate trait of family that to them was the pureunadulterated truth and justice."
  • Change Date: 19 Mar 2011 at 02:29:27

    Father: Abner Daniel KIMBALL b: 24 Jan 1839 in Ohio
    Mother: Hennetta HAUPT b: 15 Apr 1839

    Marriage 1 Ella ROBISON b: 20 Jul 1868
    • Married: 13 Feb 1898
    1. Has No Children Hennetta KIMBALL b: 8 May 1901
    2. Has No Children Abner Daniel KIMBALL b: 29 Jul 1903
    3. Has No Children Louise KIMBALL
    4. Has No Children Mae KIMBALL

      Author: W. D. Shirk
      Publication: Download copy at
      Compiler owns book; the book includes many pictures of ancestors and their property. It was published Fairfield, Jefferson County, Iowa, printed in 1918, Ledger Printing House

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    This is the paternal side of the Lockard/Park family from Iowa. My Lockard ancestors immigrated from Ireland in the late 1700s. They lived first in Pennsylvania and migrated to Ohio in the early 1800s. They were among the early settlers of Jefferson and, later, Coshocton Counties, Ohio. In the later part of the 1800s, my branch migrated to Norton County, Kansas, and in the early 1900s, migrated to Des Moines, Iowa, where some descendents still live.

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