More photographs of my Kiner cousins courtesy of their Kiner cousin, Peggy King Jorde. As set forth here, my cousin Edna Reeves (1885-1969), daughter of Fletcher and Angeline McConnaughey Reeves of Charlotte, North Carolina, married William H. Kiner and settled with him in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Their children were Addison F. Kiner (1906-1990), Carroll M. Kiner (1907), and Evelyn C. Kiner ().
William Kiner and sons Carroll and Addison, circa 1912.
Evelyn Kiner, Martha’s Vineyard, circa 1915.
Evelyn Kiner on a pony, circa 1917.
One of these women is Edna Reeves Kiner, and the photo appears to date from the 1930s. This is said to be in New York City’s Central Park, but I have not been able to identify the monument.
Carroll Kiner, perhaps the 1940s.
Carroll Kiner, at right, Martha’s Vineyard, perhaps 1940s?
Evelyn C. Kiner at work, New York City, circa late 1960s.
And then there are these two photos:
Believed to be “Daddy” Reeves.
“Daddy” Reeves succumbs to pneumonia. Undated, and no page 5 story attached.
Who was “Daddy” Reeves? Certainly not Edna’s father Fletcher Reeves, who died in 1910. Nor her brother John, who died in 1915. Older brother Frank Reeves, perhaps?
All photos courtesy of Peggy King Jorde Archive.
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Who are the Kiners, Lisa?
On Jul 28, 2016 10:12 PM, “Scuffalong: Genealogy.” wrote:
> Lisa Y. Henderson posted: “More photographs of my Kiner cousins courtesy > of their Kiner cousin, Peggy King Jorde. As set forth here, my cousin Edna > Reeves (1885-1969), daughter of Fletcher and Angeline McConnaughey Reeves > of Charlotte, North Carolina, married William H. Kiner and s” >
They are distant cousins on my mother’s side.
These pictures are wonderful!