I have conflicting information on the father of Robert Latham Kinne.This from a correspondent:
Nathan Kinne came from Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut, according to the family history, and bought a farm in Maplewood, in the town of Thompson, Sullivan County, New York. His farm was on what is now called Kinne Brook.
He married, at Pomfret, Connecticut, Deborah Knight. He married again about 1790, if the family records are correct. Children, by first wife: 1. Phebe, born October 29, 1773, died October 14, 1775. 2. Elias, April 12, 1775, died October 16, 1775. 3. Elisha, born October 14, 1776. 4. Mary, December 7, 1778. 5. Anne, March 5, 1781. 6. Oliver. 7. Betsey. 8. Wealthy, August 5, 1790, perhaps others. Children as given by family, probably by a second wife: 1. Elijah, born February 27, 1792, in Plainfield, Connecticut, married Rhoda M. Abbott, and remained in Connecticut some years after his father's departure, but came eventually to New York. 2. Daniel. 3. Robert Latham.
I also have these notices:
“Windham Herald” October 11, 1798:
-Kinne, Nathan, died at Lebanon last Friday, age 49
The Monitor;Date: 1798-10-31;Vol: XIII;Iss: 690;Page: ;At Lebanon, on the 5th inst. Mr. Nathan Kinne, of that place, aged 42--The day preceding he fell from a walnut tree, 33 feet, and broke his back, and several of his ribs.He lay on the spot five hours, in the most excruciating torture, before the accident was known.
This would have been before Robert Latham was born in 1809.Perhaps you can straighten it out.