Selected Families and Individuals


James B. Kinnen

James B. Kinnen, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kinnen, Caldwell, Rt. 6, was recently promoted to corporal while serving with the 3d Infantry division in Korea. The “Indianhead” division, which captured Heartbreak Ridge and Old Baldy, is now undergoing intensive post-truce training.
Cpl. Kinnen entered the army in October, 1952 and completed basic training at Camp Pickett, Va.

James Kinnen was divorced at the time of his death. The names of his wife and children (if any) are not known at this time.


Estel may have remarried after the death of James Kinnen. Estel Weaver is listed as a sister-in-law in the obituary of James' brother, Cletus.

Cletus I. Kinnen

The Zanesville Times Recorder recorded a real estate transaction:
Harold McCarty Jr. and Sonia McCarty to Cletus I. Kinnen
and Greta C. Kinnen, acreage in Falls Township.

CALDWELL - Cletus I. Kinnen, age 70, of Cambridge, died
Friday evening, Oct. 14, 2005, at Good Samaritan Medical
Center in Zanesville.
He is survived by his wife, G. Carol Knapp Kinnen, whom
he married in 1953; three daughters, Becky A. Watson of
Uhrichsville, Cindy (Harold) Walton of Tuscarawas and
Tina (Bob) Kinnen-Erlanger of Columbus; one son, Ricky
L. Kinnen of Cambridge; a sister-in-law, Estel Weaver of
Zanesville; three grandchildren, Brandon Miller of Colum-
bus, Kimber Kinnen of Dover and Cameron Kinnen of
New Philadelphia; and several nieces and nephews.
Graveside funeral services will be held on Monday,
Oct. 17, 2005 at 10 a.m. at Olive Cemetery, with the Rev.
Fr. Dale Tornes officiating. The family requests that mem-
orials be made to your favorite charity for disaster relief.
McVay-Perkins Funeral Home has charge of arrange-

Bernard J. Burkhart

No record of Bernard's death has been found in the Social Security Death Index or the Ohio online death certificate index.