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John Henry Kirkpatrick
Full Name: John Henry Kirkpatrick
Date of birth: April 12, 1864
Date of death: January 8, 1954
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Resolutions and Journal entries
- Biographical sketch and photo, "Who's Who in Texas and Why?," Austin American, 12/26/1916, p. 8. John Henry Kirkpatrick, born 4/12/1864 in Daingerfield, Titus County, elected to the 22nd Texas Legislature from Wise County.
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
- Portrait and biographical sketch, Hon. John H. Kirkpatrick, Volume I, pp. 399-401. Born 4/12/1864 in Titus County, parents John and Mary (Maddox) Kirkpatrick, marriage to Alice Wood.
A Twentieth Century History of Southwest Texas Illustrated, 1907.
- John Henry Kirkpatrick, birth date 4/12/1864 near Dangerfield, Titus County, Texas, spouse Alice Myrtle, permanent residence in San Antonio, real estate dealer, passport application dated 4/17/1922.
FamilySearch. United States Passport Applications, 1795-1925
- John Henry Kirkpatrick, birth date 4/12/1865, death date 1/8/1954 in San Antonio, Bexar County, real estate/retired, parents John and Mary Maddox Kirkpatrick, burial in San Jose Burial Park, San Antonio.
FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
- J.H. Kirkpatrick (1864-1954), burial in San Jose Burial Park, San Antonio, spouse Alice Wood Kirkpatrick.
Find a Grave.
- Mentioned in "Wise is a Healthy County," 11/26/1953, p. 1. John H. Kirkpatrick, former representative from Wise County, "now lives at San Antonio."
Wise County Messenger.
Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
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