Notes for Kinchen Killebrew: A Kinchen Killebrew has been found living in the edge of Henry County; later he appeared to have moved over into Weakley County. It is believed that this is Kinchen, Jr., a son of the Revolutionary Soldier, Kinchen Killebrew, whose two daughters married the two Kennedy brothers, Sampson and Nelson. Do not know who Kinchen, Jr. married but his Will is in the Dresden Court House, dated 1824, in which he mentions his children, Malinda, Levi, and Elias. The 1850 census of Henry Co. gives the date of birth for Levi 1803, and Levi's wife, Kittura, born 1808. The Will of Elias is dated 1835 and he mentions his wife, Matilda, but does not list his children. Do not confuse this Kinchen Killebrew with theh son of James Killebrew by the same name. He married Louisa Buckley and after her death married the Widow Pentecost who was Susan Kennedy.
More About Kinchen Killebrew: Military service: Revolutionary Soldier .
Children of Kinchen Killebrew and Hannah Alsabrook are:
+Nancy Killebrew, b. August 10, 1787, South Carolina, d. Bet. 1867 - 1868, Weakley County, TN.