Welcome To Kirkpatrick Genealogy


Kirkpatrick Story The full history of the Kirkpatrick family compiled by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe
Clan Kirkpatrick Is a Lowland Scottish clan that takes its name from the Church of Saint Patrick. The first record of the clan dates back to the 12th century
Name Origin Kirkpatrick and Kilpatrick derive from a chapel, or cell, dedicated to St. Patrick
Kirkpatrick Baronets The title was created on March 26, 1685 for Thomas Kirkpatrick
JP Kirkpatrick Genealogy & Family Site The beginning of the family starts in Scotland
The Australian Family Commencing with Yvone de Kirkpatrick of Kilosbern. Included is the Spanish branches of the family
James Kirkpatrick Genealogy (See Alexander Kirkpatrick below on Early Generations #1 - I think that latter story is more accurate)
Moses Kirkpatrick Born 1753, Donegal, Ireland
Kirkpatricks & Kilpatricks of Co Tyrone, Ireland Starts with Francis Kirkpatrick, born about 1730
Kirkpatricks in America Before 1800 Great help in identifying which coded family you may have descended from. Coded families from twelve USA states and also Scotland and Ireland


Chris Kirkpatrick Singer with band N'Sync
Jeane Kirkpatrick First woman to be U.S. ambassador to the U.N.


1) Alexander Kirkpatrick - born about 1650, Dumfriesshire, Scotalnd - He has six children:

2) Isaac Kirkpatrick
About 1730, Isacc, his brother Richard, and sister Mary, all of Scottish ancestry, leave from near Belfast, Ireland and settle in part of Lancaster county Pennsylvania, now in Cumberland County.

3) John Robert Kirkpatrick - born 1743, Antrim, Ireland
In 1760, John and three brothers (Henry, Andrew, and Joseph) left Belfast, Ireland, for America (they left behind their two sisters).
They arrived in Bew York:

4) Alexander Kirkpatrick - My great, great-grandfather, Alexander Kirkpatrick, was born around 1800 in Cork, Ireland. Alexander Kirkpatrick married Susanne Nimmo about 1830. They have three children:

From Ireland, the three (James Henry, Mary, and Thomas), went to Canada and then settled in Cleveland, Ohio to start what is known as "The Kirkpatricks from Cleveland".

IMMIGRATION RECORDS - passenger arrival lists

Stephen P. Morse Immigration records, census records, vital records
Guide to Interpreting Passenger List A comprehensive reference guide
National Archives at New York City Passenger arrival records
New York Passenget Lists, 1820-1891 Passenger lists fro over 13 million immigrants
Olive Tree Genealogy Search for your ancestors in FREE Ships Passenger lists
Canadian Ports of Arrival Ships passenger lists to Canada 1400 to 1800
Canadian U.S. Border Crossings 1895-1956
Castle Garden New York Ships Passengers 1855-1890
Ellis Island New York Ships Passenger list 1894-1927
Finding Passenger Lists and Immigration Records 1820-1840s Arrivals at U.S. Ports from Europe
The Ships List Over 3,500 totally FREE access web-pages


National Archives Details on Naturalization records and the process
Citizenship & Naturalization U.S. Naturalization Indexes 1794-1995
Naturalization Search for your ancestors in free Naturalization Records in U.S.A. and Canada
Finding U.S. Naturalization Records A genealogy guide
Ohio History Collection Learn how to use naturalization records to research your family history

FORUMS (KIRKPATRICK) GENEALOGY Kirkpatrick's looking for information
Kirkpatrick Genealogy Discussion Forums. Consider joining the Kirkpatrick Association for research
Kirkpatrick Message Boards Kirkpatrick related
Scotland Discussion Forum Search for your family back to Scotland
Wikitree Kirkpatrick Genealogy A free community of genealogists


Family Tree Now Research Kirkpatrick Family History Boards going back hundreds of years
Line in Tennessee Information back to John Kirkpatrick (1770-1880), father of Anderson Kirkpatrick (1805-1887). This line links back to Alexander Kirkpatrick, born about 1650 (See #1 - Early Kirkpatricks)
Genealogy and Family Tree Checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases and web sites for the Kirkpatrick surname
Tom Caulley's Genealogy "How To" and Help Blog to help you get started





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