Thank you for posting this tree.I will use the information as I am just starting my research into the Kimbrough line.
I want to contribute this exerpt from a transcription I did today of an 1899 source document.It is generally consistent with your work with a few exceptions.
Transcription by Larry Slaughter, October 30, 2005 from photo copy of original letters.Photocopies were provided by Lucretia Rogers.
"Office of T. J. S [cursive script of last initial is ambiguous; could be “L”] Kimbrough, M.D. FEMALE DISEASES A SPECIALTY Office, Southwest Corner Square Weatherford, Texas
June 22, 1899"
"I was born 2nd June 1833 in DeKalb Co Ga.My fathers name Thomas Kimbrough.He was born on 14th Nov 1793 in Green Co Ga.My father’s father’s name William Kimbrough born in Va.My father’s mother’s name Martha [the word “Martha” is written over another word, and may be a different handwriting.The original word may be “Elizabeth”]Never hear her maiden name.My father had one brother named Bradley Kimbrough.He had two sons that I remember of named Asbury Kimbrough and William Kimbrough.Several daughters.Uncle Bradley Kimbrough moved to Texas in the forties.His son Asbury married and lived in North Ala.William remained in Texas.Heard of him last as he was returning from Va (just after the Civil War) to Texas."