George Washington Kile
M, #26, b. 15 March 1826, d. 20 October 1899
George Washington Kile|b. 15 Mar 1826\nd. 20 Oct 1899|p26.htm|Stephen Kile|b. c 1790\nd. 24 Jun 1870|p52.htm|Elizabeth (_Underwood?_)|b. c 1795|p53.htm|James (#2) Kile-Coyle|b. 23 Jul 1749\nd. 25 Apr 1806|p104.htm|Sarah (__________)|b. 19 Feb 1750\nd. b 1802|p105.htm|||||||
|Father*||Stephen Kile b. c 1790, d. 24 Jun 1870|
|Mother*||Elizabeth (_Underwood?_) b. c 1795|
|Charts||Pedigree - grandfather Tillman E Ash|
|CAUTION*||George Washington Kile has the following CAUTIONARY INFORMATION: He is NOT the G W Kile that was in Capt Rowan's Co in Civil War. That was a black company and that George was also a different age. It is unknown at present which George pension #1359966 is for. Have not yet ordered the pension to see. The service is B 46 WVa and the date is hard to read.|
|Note*||He Misc Notes:|
Note that there is an absence of Scotch Irish names like James, Robert, Joseph, and William.
A possible sister for GW would be Eliza Ann Kile who marr 9 Apr 1840 Tyler Co marr bk 1 pg 101, to Benjamin S Martin, by Geo Monroe, same minister & page as Eli Ferrell and Rachel Lewis.
There is a connection with Kiles and Underwoods, but whether they are the right ones or not I don't know. Luther E Kile was exec of estate of Joseph Underwood who may be the brother of my Sarah. This Luther E Kile died 1909 appraisal in Fudiciary settlement book 7 pg 287 & 304. Probate pg 211, settlement 8-47, 9-1. His widow was Clara and kids were Zella Swiger, resided Adamston, Della (Mrs Homer) Strosnider, resided Clarksburg, and minors Charles E "Clark" resided Salem, Wayne, Edward, & Kenneth all resided Center Point, as did widow. Luther also adm of Ruth Bates estate in 1898 & exec of Hunry Cumberland in 1899. - - GW's son Andrew has a son Luther, are they the same person?
Monongalia earliest Kile dates found - Stephen (1820), John (1827), James (1812) and Abraham (1816 bastardy) all in court stuff per SLC 249836.
|Birth*||15 March 1826||He was born on 15 March 1826 at Doddridge (then Harrison) Co., West Virginia, Birth date & place from death record, though tombstone says 14th.|
|(Witness) Census1840||1840||He is assumed to be one of the household of Stephen Kile in the 1840 census, page 67, Harrison Co., West Virginia, who has 1m 0-5 (John), 1m5-10 (Frances), 2m10-15 (Asa & George), 1m30-40 (Stephen, 1f 10-5 (?), 1f15-20 (?), 1f40-50 (Elizabeth).|
|Marriage*||5 March 1848||George Washington Kile married Sarah Underwood, daughter of Dixon Underwood (1803-1887) and Kesiah Baker, on 5 March 1848 Pages from Bible specifically say "Sarah Underwood and G.W.Kile was married March the 5. the 1848 to them was born 13 children". GW & Sarah marr is not in either Doddridge or Tyler marr records, but they are very sketchy during that time period. Wetzel records don't start til 1854.1|
|Census1850*||3 October 1850||George Washington Kile appeared on the 1850 census as the head of household, page 31 #490-431, District #13, Doddridge Co., West Virginia along with Elizabeth Kile and Sarah Underwood . His info on the census included Kile, George W 23 b.VA farmer.|
|Note*||George Washington Kile Doddridge Co deaths (SLC 838195 & 838196) show the following Kile deaths. Dixon - 17 or 18 Apr 1889 - 2 entries bk 1 pg 19 one says Broad Run, the other says Eagle Mills, age 1 day old. No parents listed. His presumed twin was Curtis - 25 Apr 1889 - bk 1 pg 19 Eagle Mills age 7 days old. No parents listed.|
|Census1860*||1860||He appeared on the 1860 census as the head of household, pg 15 #105-105, West Union, Doddridge Co., West Virginia along with Sarah Underwood, Mahala Elizabeth Kile, Luke B Kile and Lavina Kile . His info on the census included Kyle, Geo W 33 b.VA farmer $0-$25.|
|Deed||2 March 1860|| On 2 March 1860 at Doddridge Co., West Virginia: Bought 70 acres Head of Kelly's Run Branch McElroy Creek|
SLC 836904 item 2 pg 160 Entry Book 1844-1862 Doddridge Co WV 7 Mar 1860.
George W Kile enters 70 acres of land in Doddridge Co by virtue of land office treasury warrent #25614 for 70 acres granted to the said George W Kile on 2 Mar 1860 and Barnneded? (probably bounded) as herin after described. Situated on the head of Kelley's run a branch of the lefthand fork of McElroy Creek. Beginning on a sugartree standing on the bank of sid run thence up the righthand fork of sid run to a dogwood mark as a corner of a survey made by Wilson L Sulavan for the said kile thence with the lines of said survey as near as maybe to the beginnings to wit from sid dogwood a northeast course to the top of the ridge thence with the top of said ridge passing round the head of Kelley's Run to a chestnut oak one of the corners in the survey aforesaid thence straight to the beginning so as to include the land on which said George W Kile now resides.
|Military*||29 December 1862||George Washington Kile was in the military on 29 December 1862 on List of Prisoners Released from Confinement at Camp Chase Ohio - pg 200|
Name: Kile George W, Rank: Citz (citizen), Condition of Release: Oath, Residence: Doddridge county, By whose order released: Secretary of War
According to pg 124 of another of the lists, for Mess no.6 prison no.2, he had been captured at home on Aug 14th and received Aug 26th.2
|Military*||He and Asa Kile were in the military at Doddridge Co., West Virginia, During the civil war, Asa enlisted in the Home Guard under Captain Joseph Underwood. He also served in Unit 180 from Doddridge county as a Private under Captain Hoskinson's C company. A George Kile also of Doddridge county served as a private in the same company - per KKH.|
|Census1870*||1870||George Washington Kile appeared on the 1870 census as the head of household, #177-151, McClellan, Doddridge Co., West Virginia along with Sarah Underwood, Luke B Kile, Lavina Kile, Andrew J Kile, Edie Ann "Eda" Kile (twin), Rachel J Kile (twin) and John Stephen Kile (twin) . His info on the census included Kile, Geo W 45 b.VA farmer $0 $200.|
|Deed||7 June 1874|| On 7 June 1874 at Doddridge Co., West Virginia: Book 9 pg 375. Sold 10 acres Broad Run to Emily Swiger.|
|Deed||6 March 1875|| On 6 March 1875 at Doddridge Co., West Virginia: Book 12 pg 396. Bought 81.132 acres Broad Run from Wesley & Levina Swiger.|
|Deed||6 July 1878|| On 6 July 1878 at Doddridge Co., West Virginia: Book 10 pg 618. Sold 25 acres Broad Run to Martin & Sarah Hawkins.|
|Census1880*||1880||George Washington Kile appeared on the 1880 census as the head of household, pg 408a, New Milton District, Doddridge Co., West Virginia along with Lavina Kile, Sarah Underwood, Edie Ann "Eda" Kile (twin), Rachel J Kile (twin), John Stephen Kile (twin), Sara Ash and Nathilla Ash. His info on the census included Kile, George W 58 b.WV farm laborer, parents both born WV.|
|Deed||18 July 1881|| On 18 July 1881 at Doddridge Co., West Virginia: Book 12 pg 95. Sold 68 acres Broad Run to Elias Underwood.|
|Death*||20 October 1899||George Washington Kile died on 20 October 1899 at Franks Run, Doddridge Co., West Virginia, at age 73 Death record (Evd 159). Death date also Bible.1|
|Burial*||He was buried at Underwood Cemetery, near Ashley, Doddridge Co., West Virginia.|
|Will*||He left a will; Looked in Doddrige wills vol 1 (SLC 838198) and George not there.|
|Sarah Underwood b. 10 Dec 1829, d. 11 Jun 1911|
|Marriage*||5 March 1848||He married Sarah Underwood, daughter of Dixon Underwood (1803-1887) and Kesiah Baker, on 5 March 1848 Pages from Bible specifically say "Sarah Underwood and G.W.Kile was married March the 5. the 1848 to them was born 13 children". GW & Sarah marr is not in either Doddridge or Tyler marr records, but they are very sketchy during that time period. Wetzel records don't start til 1854.1|
|Last Edited||3 Mar 2008|
- [S1392] From old pages written 1910-1929 and inserted into Bible (copyright 1886) believed to have belonged to Jacob & Edie (Kile) Ash or their daughter Lucretia Ash Hilton. Bible was in estate of Absolom Ash of Broad Run, then later in possession of Fred Ash of Alma WV. Typescript provided by Sharon Bramhall (Mrs James) of North Olmstead OH. http://www.bassett.net/genphotos/Evd/evd1394.pdf Evd #1392.
- [S1655] Civil War Prisoner of War Records, 1861-1865 > Confederate > Selected Records of the War Department Relating to Confederate Prisoners of War on Ancestry.