Krickel Family Genealogy
Krickel Family Genealogy

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1. Frances Krickel - was born about 1790.
Frances married Catherine Miers on 9 Dec 1807 in Fayette County, Ky. Catherine was born about 1790.

Frances - May 21 1805, the Kentucky Gazette carried a notice that Krickel and Boyd had dissolved their partnership.
November 20 1806, Francis Krickle and John Shields gave notice that their partnership in the tavern-keeping business in Lexington had been dissolved.
In the 1810 Fayette County, Ky Census, Francis Krinkle appears in Lexington with two males between 16 and 26, one between 26 and 45, and a male over 45 and with two girls under 10 and two females between 16 and 26.
October 21, 1814 - Thomas McQuillen and Francis Krickle dissolved their partnership. August 29 1825, Melchior Miers' heirs convey to Francis Krinkle, a lot at the corner of High and Main Cross Street in Lexington.
In the 1830 Fayette County, Ky Census a Tynus Krichel is living near William Sally and Christina Quillan with a boy under 5, a male between 30 and 40, and a male between 50 and 60, and a girl under 5, another between 10 and 15, and a woman between 30 and 40.
1838 - Lexington City Directory lists Francis Krickel, a tavern keeper, on West High Street corner of Main Cross Street (or Broadway). (Sources: - 1)
Children: (Quick Family Chart)
i.  Edward F. Krickel was born on 25 Dec 1819 in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky and died on 24 Dec 1886 in Helena, Phillips County, Arkansas and was buried in Hart Cemetery, Phillips Co., Arkansas .

Edward - had 10 children.

Census: 1850 – Phillips Co., AR Planters TWP
Krickle, E.F. age 31 M Farmer KY
Krickle, Elizabeth 22 F KY  
Krickle, Harriett 3/12   AR  
Krickle, Catherine 59 F KY  
Krickle, William 17 M KY  
McCrary, Claudine 8 F AR  
McCrary, Francis 6 M AR  

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Last change (on this page): Thursday, December 05, 2002
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