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KINDER FAMILY TREE INFORMATION FROM THE
1911 Canadian Census Records
Ancestry.ca has 48 Kinder surname census records, showing that the average Kinder household size in Canada was between 4 and 5 members. The average age of Kinder children in 1911 was 9, with a paternal average age of 44 and a maternal average age of 39. Common first names for Kinder household fathers in 1911 included John, Aaron, and Albert and common first names for mothers included Malinda, Lucy, and Lizzie. In 1911, approximately 9 individuals were recorded in the district of Middlesex West, 9 were recorded in the district of Sherbrooke and 7 were recorded in the district of Yale and Cariboo, among others. Common places of birth for Kinder parents were noted as Ontario, "United States Of America", and "England". Some common heritage designations for the Kinder surname were listed as English, German, and Irish.

KINDER FAMILY TREE INFORMATION FROM THE
1901 Canadian Census Records
Ancestry.ca has 33 Kinder surname census records, showing that the average Kinder household size in Canada was between 4 and 5 members. The average age of Kinder children in 1901 was 17, with a paternal average age of 43 and a maternal average age of 43. Some records show that occupations for Kinder household members in 1901 were entered as Blacksmith, "dyanet", and Farmer, among others. Common first names for Kinder household fathers in 1901 included John, Aaron, and Albert and common first names for mothers included Ann, Annie, and Edith. In 1901, approximately 15 individuals were recorded in the district of Middlesex, 8 were recorded in the district of Sherbrooke and 5 were recorded in the district of York (New Brunswick), among others. Common places of birth for Kinder parents were noted as "England", "Ont", and Ontario. Some common heritage designations for the Kinder surname were listed as English, Irish, and German.

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