CS Hill (Forsyth), Kitty Morgan

Catherine “Kitty” Morgan McClung Hill Forsyth

Born: July 23, 1834

Birthplace: Lexington, Kentucky

Father: Calvin Cogswell Morgan 1801 – 1854
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky)​

Mother: Henrietta Hunt 1805 – 1891
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery Lexington Kentucky)​

1st Husband: Calvin M. McClung 1820 – 1857
(Buried: Old Gray Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee)​

Married: June 14, 1855 in Lexington, Kentucky

2nd Husband: Lt. General Ambrose Powell Hill 1825 – 1865
(Buried: Ambrose Powell Hill Monument, Richmond, Virginia)​

Married: July 18, 1859 in Lexington, Kentucky

3rd Husband: Dr. Alexander Forsyth 1828 – 1875
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky)

Married: 1870 in Lexington, Kentucky

Henrietta “Nettie” Hill 1860 – 1862​
Frances Russell “Russie” Hill Hale 1861 – 1915​
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky)​
Lucy Lee Hill MacGill 1864 – 1931​
(Buried: Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia)​
Ann Powell Hill 1865 – 1868​
Kathryna Roth “Kate” Forsyth 1872 – 1920​
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky)​
Christine Key Forsyth Applegate 1873 – 1940​
(Buried: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky)​

Life Events:

Sister of General John Hunt Morgan​
1855 – 1857: Wife of Calvin M. McClung​
1859 – 1865: Wife of Lt. General Ambrose Powell Hill​
1870 – 1875: Wife of Dr. Alexander Forsyth​
1891 – 1920: Lived at Corner of West Third St and Blackburn Ave in Lexington, Kentucky​
1892: She was unable to attend the A.P. Hill Monument unveiling​

Died: March 20, 1920

Place of Death: Lexington, Kentucky

Age at time of Death: 85 years old

Burial Place: Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Kentucky

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First Sergeant
Dec 30, 2016
Manassas VA
Bud Robertson's book about A.P. Hill is well worth reading. It goes into detail about his marriage to Kitty. Robertson autographed my 1rst edition copy of it for me here in Manassas years ago when he was on a book signing tour of his new biography about Jackson when it was first published, so I got him to sign that 1rst edition too. I should have taken my copy of the Time-Life series that included his part "Tenting Tonight: the Soldiers Life," or something along that line. That was not a 1rst edition however, but still remains one of his most interesting works.
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