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McKibben ancestors

McKibben ancestors

Brenda McKibben (View posts)
Posted: 926764510000
Looking for info on John Adam McKibben.Earliest info is around 1840 in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Had a son named William Adam, born 1829. Family moved to Mississippi in early 1850's. Wm Adam married Sarah Margaret Gillon about 1853. W.A. McKibben was a Civil War Veteran in Company F. 1st Mississippi Calvery. Would like to have info on family prior to 1840. Have more family info for interested McKibben family. If you are related to this branch of the Mckibbens would like to hear from you.
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I too am searching for earlier information on John Adam McKebben. Would like to exchange information.


Posted: 932118983000
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There is a McKibbin family that came from
Ireland and settled in the Shenendoah Valley
of Virginia (my home) in the 1700s. One
son from this family went south to South
Carolina and founded a branch there. I
think the first place this family lived was
in Culpepper, Virginia. There is much
information about them there. You
might check this out becaue it is all the
same family.


john adam mckibben

jerry lynn mckibben (View posts)
Posted: 933768897000
did you receive any information on john adam ?
i also go back to john adam.-william adam-
john franklin-william henry-russell b-and to
me (jerry)
you probably have the information that i have,
but if you need any of it let me know.

jerry mckibben

mckibben family

Brenda McKibben (View posts)
Posted: 934033144000
my husband, john glenn mckibben, goes back to john adam to william adam to theophilus theodore to buron cosby to joyce glenn(my father-in-law). joyce glenn mckibben passed away on 2-2-99,buried in the old klondike cemetary, klondike, tx. i'm looking for info on mckibben family before john adam(before 1840). i have the book put together by cecil and dale mckibben(many thanks to them). will be happy to have any info you can share.

Sarah McKibben

Frances M. Meek (View posts)
Posted: 937680151000
Looking for parents/family of Sarah McKibben who married William McCullough and lived in Guernsey Co. OH,then in Harrison Co.,OH before 1859. Can anyone help me with this?


Renee Kleffner (View posts)
Posted: 938293020000
Possible relationship in the fct tht my ggggrandfather John Murphy1840 possibly was married to Eliza or Elivra
Mcgibben they the produced james charles 1868-1942...anyone related? Feel free to email me.....will share more recent
thanks alot....

McCullough/McKibben OH

Frances M. Meek (View posts)
Posted: 938316293000
Renee, Thanks for the response. These peop;e had to be in OH. before 1859. Is that where yours were? The McKibben name was already old in the US and seems to be spelled this way. What do you think?


Renee Kleffner (View posts)
Posted: 938333470000
hi thanks for responding....
James Charles Murphy 1868-1942.......was
my great-grandfather.....
Lived most of his life in far as I know.
His father John Murphy wed Eliza/Eliza McKibben-MacGibben .
John was born on a ship from Ireland per family legend....Unknown history on Eliza..
So it is very possible they were here before 1859....
Where/what census did you find thier names?
thanks for the info.....

William McCullough

Frances M. Meek (View posts)
Posted: 938355315000
Hi again. The source of my information is documentation made in a booklet written by a cousin, Hazel McCullough Lowery (Mrs. John S. Lowery), 209 Noland St., Falls Church, VA. 22046. Her booklet on McCulloughs is well documented and her work is thorough but she is not on-line; however she is an excellent regular mail correspondent and knows more about the McCulloughs (spelled this way) than anyone I know. The McCulloughs and McKibbens were neighbors in several places. William and Sarah had a son, William C. McCullough b. in 1827. These are my McCullough ancestors. Only one married a McKibbens, Sarah, and that was William, father of William C. Hope you are not disappointed, but you are probably confused as well as disappointed. Let me suggest you write a letter to Mrs. Lowery. She is prompt to answer, and is a great help. Let me know if you find the parents of my ggg grandmother Sarah McKibbens McCullough. Good luck, Frances McCullough Meek
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