Albert C. Kinkade, eldest son of J. T. Kinkade of this town, died at the Empire Hotel on Tuesday evening last of typhoid fever. He contracted the disease at Plymouth, Amador County (where he has been employed as foreman on the Plymouth Reporter) about five weeks ago. He was a young man of genial temperament, warm-hearted in his disposition, obliging in his manners, and, we believe, without an enemy in the world. He was, moreover, one of the most bright-witted journalists connected with the Interior Press of this state. His funeral took place from the Hall on Wednesday evening, and his remains were buried in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Peace to his ashes.
Placer Argus, Auburn Saturday, August-5-1882
1880 United States Federal Census about Albert C. Kinkade Name: Albert C. Kinkade Age: 26 Birth Year: abt 1854 Birthplace: California Home in 1880: Lincoln, Placer, California Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Marital Status: Single Father's Name: John T. Kinkade Father's Birthplace: Virginia Mother's Birthplace: Massachusetts Household Members: Name Age John T. Kinkade 55 Albert C. Kinkade 26 John W. Kinkade 19 Edwin M. Kinkade 14