Visitor Comments: Thank you for the most interesting information on the Kirkpatrick family.
Entry #: 169
Entry Date: 2014-02-24 02:13:12
Visitor Comments: Hi.My names Stevie Kirkpatrick This is actually my website and guestbook.Sorry Ive not been here for so long,just been busy with other projects.Also Ive forgot the login code for the admin,its been so long.Thank you everybody who has taken the time to view the website and also a huge thanks for leaving such positive feedback here in our guestbook.I hope you enjoyed reading our rich cultural history.Ive been busy with the Sword and Dagger making, also jewellery,if anybody would like to have a look at some of the stuff I been making please feel free to have a browse in my new website http://www.rannochart.co.uk Thgis website I use to fund the running and maintenance of this Kirkpatrick one.Please take some time to go have a look. If anybody has any Kirkpatrick history info, dont hesitate to contact me by email and Ill be happy to share with you,maybe even include it on the website.Anyway Thanks again for all your support. Steaphan Kirkpatrick
Entry #: 168
Entry Date: 2014-02-23 19:27:14
Visitor Comments: Great information! I'm descended from George Kirpatrick (died 1823) and Margaret Patterson, who immigrated to New Brunswick Canada in 1831 with her children. Barnard's granddaughter, Margaret May Kirkpatrick, is my great grandmother. I'm going to Scotland/Ireland in September and can't wait!
Entry #: 167
Entry Date: 2014-02-21 15:18:04
Libby (Elizabeth) Stewart-Finerty
Visitor Comments: I am following my family tree and see that I am a descendant of George Kirkpatrick of Knock.
Entry #: 166
Entry Date: 2014-02-16 12:28:59
Visitor Comments: I am a Kirkpatrick currently in NC but originally from ohio. My brother is Tristan Kirkpatrick. Our father is Scott Kirkpatrick, grandfather is Robert Kirkpatrick, great grandfather is Arthur Kirkpatrick. Unfortunately he passed as a fairly young man and we have had difficulty locating records any further.
Visitor Comments: Very good history and nice site, thank you.
My Kirkpatrick's came to Michigan USA in the 1870's from God??? (miss spelled) Ontario, Canada. They came from Scotland thru Ireland. I don't Know when.. They were working in the rail road in Canada and followed the work into Michigan. I wil get the correct info and up date this. Ernie