The grandmother of Benjamin Franklin was Mary Morrel" afterwards, by marriage, Mary Folger, one of the old settlers of Nantucket, and the ancestress to a long line of Folgers and harpooneers --all kith
and kin to noble Benjamin --this day darting the barbed iron from one side of the world to the other.
Nevertheless, she felt a little resentment that Anne Shirley, who was, after all, merely an adopted orphan, without kith
or kin, should refuse her brother -- one of the Avonlea Andrews.
"There's oodles of it, and oodles of it, and, without kith
or kin, I have so little time longer to live that I shall not need it much or much of it."
I reject you, and all of your kith
and kin--all the false, hollow, heartless stock.'
"We're running away from cities, and you have no kith
nor kin, so it don't seem exactly right that we should start off by getting married in a city.
You ar' a man that has seen life, and you know something of fashions; I put it to your judgment, plainly, isn't it in the nature of things for the hive to swarm when the young get their growth, and if children will quit their parents, ought one who is of no kith
I had neither kith
nor kin in England, and was therefore as free as air -- or as free as an income of eleven shillings and sixpence a day will permit a man to be.
Smiles she, and her sires are lords, Noble rank her brothers win: Ah, the ominous awards Showered upon her kith
Flesh Isn’t iron, that a man can live forever, and see his kith
and kin driven to a far country, and he left to mourn, with none to keep him company.”
"Yet he was my brother--the only kith
or kin that I had upon earth.
ANTIGONE To reverence kith
and kin can bring no shame.
Hale summoned me to him, and before God did pledge me most solemnly to stand by him and not to compromise, even if all kith
and kin were destroyed.