Chris Kirkpatrick

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Birth Name: Christopher Alan Kirkpatrick

Place of Birth: Clarion, Pennsylvania, United States

Date of Birth: October 17, 1971

Ethnicity: German, Swiss-German, Irish, Scottish, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), English, possibly other

Chris Kirkpatrick is an American singer, dancer, and actor. He was a member of the boy band NSYNC, with Lance Bass, JC Chasez, Joey Fatone, and Justin Timberlake.

Chris is the son of Beverly (Eustice) and Byron Kirkpatrick. He has German, Swiss-German, Irish, Scottish, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), and English ancestry. Chris has also evidently said that he has Spanish and Native American ancestry. It is not clear if that is accurate.

Chris’s paternal grandfather was Arthur Clifton Kirkpatrick (the son of John Clair Kirkpatrick and Geraldine E. Yeany). John was the son of Samuel Kirkpatrick and Emma Simpson. Geraldine was the daughter of Joe Yeany and Amanda Campbell.

Chris’s paternal grandmother was Frances Christena Hiwiller (the daughter of Andrew Hiwiller and Matilda Jane Wilson). Andrew was the son of George Enos Hiwiller, who was an ethnic German from Alsace, France, and of Frances Guth, who was born in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Matilda was the daughter of James Goheen Wilson and Susanna Timlin.

Chris’s maternal grandfather was Stewart Eustice (the son of Steward Eustice and Genny Hutchinson). Genny was the daughter of Pete Hutchinson.

Chris’s maternal grandmother is the daughter of Thomas Reynolds and Goldie Begley.


Genealogy of Chris Kirkpatrick –

Obituary of Chris’s paternal grandfather, Arthur Clifton Kirkpatrick –

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8 Responses

  1. A user says:

    Is Pete Hutchinson English?

  2. follers says:

    So does he really have Spanish and Native American ancestry?

  3. madman says:

    Chris is the son of Beverly and Byron Kirkpatrick.

  4. angela says:

    He is part East Indian, not Native American Indian.

    • MettaWorkPlease says:

      I highly doubt that he’s East Indian. Do you have proof? East Indians weren’t prominent in the US until very recently. And when they were present in the past, they tended to stick to their communities

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