LDS reference CPJR-KK + TH5C-RV.spouse: Kenney, Helena L. (1804 - 1849)
He was Helena's cousin.
She was the sister of his father's second wife. According to the Kenney Genealogy.spouse: Kenney, John C. (1775 - 1847)
They had three other children who died in infancy.
Her date of birth is noted as Dec. 12, 1809 in CLB notes. Her date of death is listed in the Kenney Bible as Feb.14, 1900. In The History of Bourbon, Scott (etc) County, she is listed as being from Nicholes County, KY.spouse: Kenney, James Sr (1752 - 1814)
LDS# 4H8W-WC list her date of birth as 2/11/1777 and place of birth as Bourbon County.
Rosanna Hurst of Farquier Co., Virginia Will Book 2, page 303 dated 17 October 1793. Son: Henry-lot and plantation where I now live. Dau: Elizabeth Thompson (husband, Jesse Thompson)- 1 shilling sterling. Dau: Mildread Markwell (husband, William Markwell) -1 shilling sterling. Dau: Nancy Hefferling (husband, Augustin Hefferling)-1 shilling sterling. Dau: Delila Crim (husband, Joseph Crim)-1 shilling, sterling. Dau: Jane Hurst-two feather beds and furniture, household goods, livestock, grain "and provisions on everything belonging to me that can be found after my Death." Signed Rosannah (her X mark) Hurst. Wit: John H. Ferguson, Gracy Quesenberry, Sally (her X mark) Thompson. Will proved 28 Oct 1793 by oaths of John H. Feruson + Grace Quisenbury, witnesses. Henry Hurst, with John Gaunt as security, upon bond of $100, granted certificate to obtain probate. p.310: Rosanna Hurst Inventory dated 30 November 1793- app'd by: Nathan Warden, John Gaunt, John H. Ferguson, Elisha Warden. Total Eval. L33.11.8- Ret. 23 Dec 1793spouse: Hurst, James (1725 - 1766)
Name could also be Rosamond Jones
Probate: October 28, 1793, Fauquier Co., VA Property: March 22, 1774, Fauquier Co., VA; Property: 100a Manor of Leeds Will: October 17, 1793, Fauquier Co., VA Will (Estate): October 20, 1766, Fairfax Co., VA Will-Witnessed: October 17, 1793, Fauquier Co., VA
She was mentioned in the estate settlement of James Hurst as administratrix on 20 Oct 1766 in Fairfax Co, Virginia. She Manor of Leeds on 22 Mar 1774 in Fauquier Co., VA. She signed a will on 17 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA.5 She had a will witnessed by John H. Ferguson, Grace Quesenbury, and Sally Thompson on 17 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She died before 28 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She had an estate probated on 28 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She was also identified as being in this family thru the records of Douglas Foster on 24 Oct 1998. (From CDS)Buried in Near, Buck Mountain. Information from Melvin E. Hurst, and Judy Groover Johnson. See Rosannah (Jones) Hurst will 17 Oct 1793, Book 2, page 303, proved 28 Oct 1793, Fauquier Co., VA (abstract in Judy Groover Johnson correspondence file). Copy of will in in Grace Meier correspondence file.
Rosannah was born about 1730 in estimated from marriage date. She was mentioned in the estate settlement of James Hurst as administratrix on 20 Oct 1766 in Fairfax Co, Virginia. She ___ a Manor of Leeds on 22 Mar 1774 in Fauquier Co., VA.4 She signed a will on 17 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA.5 She had a will witnessed by John H. Ferguson, Grace Quesenbury, and Sally Thompson on 17 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She died before 28 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She had an estate probated on 28 Oct 1793 in Fauquier Co., VA. She was also identified as being in this family thru the records of Douglas Foster on 24 Oct 1998. (From Charlotte Doyle Smith.)
1850 Henderson Co., KY, Dist 1, pg. 281 Ovid Keach 52 M Overseer Elizabeth Keach 44 F Sarah J. Keach 19 F Thadius Ball 11 Mspouse: Dyer, Elizabeth (~1808 - 1860)
Died as an infant.
Frederick came to America on the "Virtuous Grace" in 1737. Both are buried on the side of the mountain one mile south of Brandywine. There is a Revolutionary War marker on the grave site.spouse: Dyer, Hannah (1734 - 1820)
LDS reference TH5C-13spouse: Frazer, Thomas (~1769 - )
She joined NSDAR, Nov 1901, while a resident of St Louis, MO., #37764, line of Charles Lander.spouse: Nelson, Clement William (1870 - 1931)
LDS reference TH5B-XL
LDS reference TH5C-74
Beulah Kenney Jackson was born in Bates, County, MO. she lived in Cass County, MO. and in Garden City, MO. After her father's death she finally settled in Kansas City, where she still resides (1946).spouse: Jackson, Edward Perry (? - 1933)
Cecil Guy Kenney was born in Roy, KS. He attended grade school in Aurora and Garden City, MO. He graduated from Stadium High School, Tacoma Washington in 1929. Enrolled in College of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA. , 1929 and attended at intervals, graduating in 1940. In 1926 Guy became a printer's apprentice and worked in the same shop (basement of the First Christian Church) until 1928 when he bought the shop and operated same until 1934. The last four months of 11934 he sold life insurance. January until April 1935 he was salesman for Montag Furnace Co. In April 1935 he went to work for the city of Tacoma as electric Range Salesman. He worked at this until October 1937, when he went to work as a police officer, City of Tacoma, until July, 1940. In July 1940 Guy entered the Border patrol Service and was stationed at Lynden WA. He enlisted in the Naval Reserves in April 1942, was commissioned Ensign. He was discharged from the Navy November 1945, rating Lieutenant. He returned to the Border Patrol Service December 17, 1945, again stationed at Lynden, WA.spouse: Anderson, Mary Julia (1912 - )
Charles Isaac Kenney was born in Flemming Co., KY. He moved with his father's family to Missouri in 1986. He farmed until 1902, then to prepatory work following with a course of study at Kentucky University, Lexington, KY., in preparation for the ministry. Kentucky University, College of the Bible, 1902-1903, 1903-1904, 1904-1905, 1906-1907, 1907-1908, College of Liberal Arts 1907-1908. (Extrapolated from academic catalogues.)spouse: Logan, Alice Taylor (1881 - 1972)
Kansas and Kansans, Volume 3 The Church of Christ at Miltonvale was organized April 17, 1884, with twenty-four charter members. The officers at the beginning were: Elders John Squires and W. J. Hays; Deacons J. B. Johnson and A. V. Step; and minister, Rev. Kenney. In 1886 preparations were begun for a building. In 1887 the edifice was completed at a cost of $3,200. At that time Rev. R. L. Downing was the resident pastor.
His first pastorate was the Christian Church at Belle and Bland, MO., 1909. In 1910 he moved to LeRoy, KS. and was pastor at Aurora, MO. which he held several years, then resigned on account of ill health. He worked awhile in a publishing plant in Aurora and did some part time preaching. In 1919 he moved his family to Los Angeles. About 1923, he took the pastorate at Ceres, California. After Lena death his next pastorate was Myrtle Creek, Oregon, 1936-1937. From there to the Christian Church of Shattuck, OK. While at Shattuck, he was married to Mrs. Alice Logan of Aurora, MO. Alice was born in Shelbyville, KY., daughter of James Robert and Susan Maddox Taylor. From Shattock, OK., they moved to Cassville, MO. (1946). In 1947, when this was originally written, Charles was still pastor.
From the Christian Standard, January 29, 1949 Kenney, C. I. , of Aurora, Mo, died Dec. 14, 1948. Was born, Dec 31, 1879, in Carlisle, Ky. Moved with his parents at an early age to Missouri. Was trained for Christian ministry at the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky, under J.W. McGarvey, Charles Louis Loos, and other staunch teachers. Ministered to churches in Kentucky and Kansas as a student. Served as a minister of churches at Aurora and Elm Branch, Mo.; Shorb Ave Church, Los Angeles, Calif.; Shattuck, Okla.; Myrtle Creek, Ore.; Cassville, Mo., where he served until may, 1947, when ill health forced him to retire. Is survived by his widow (Mrs Alice Kenney); two daughters Mrs. Russell Boatman, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs Clare Studer, Long Beach, Calif.) one son (Victor Kenney, Gardena, Calif.); two stepdaughters (Mrs Roy Castor, Monett, Mo.; Mrs Ruth Mills, Tulsa, Okla) five brothers; three sisters; and six grandchildren.
This may be Cordelia or Cordee Kenney. The spelling of Cordee is in the will abstracts p.12.spouse: Leer, David Jr (1803 - 1885)
There is also a date of death listed 01/14/1897, that shows her as 87 years old at that date. Copied from old Kenney Bible owned by Mrs. Corday Leer Kenney in Kentucky Pioneers and Their Descendants, Ila Earle Fowler; Genealogical Publishing, Co,. Baltimore, MD 1967. Family Record of David Leer and Charlotte Corday Kenney were contributed by Mrs. Corday Leer Buckley, p.. 98-99.
Clarence Kenney was born in Cass County, MO. He attended rural school and lived on the farm. He was called into the Service, WW I, July 1918. He was sent to Camp Funston, near Riley, KS. Most of his time in the service was spent in the Military Hospital, Ft. Riley. KS. He was discharged July 1919.spouse: Johnson, Eula Marine
He worked on the farm again until after his fathers death in 1925. He then went to Kansas City, where he went to night school and graduated from Findlay Engineering School. He worked in the refrigeration department of Armour Packing Co.
On May 29, 1929 he went to work in the Kansas City, MO. Postal Service, and is still working in the postal service as a city carrier in Kansas City MO.
Cordelia Kenney was born in Bourbon Co. KY. [Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #220.127.116.11006.11]spouse: Daulton, Robert Harrison (1884 - 1966)
Individual: Daulton, Cordie Birth date: Sep 22, 1890 Death date: Oct 1980 Social Security #: 494-40-1143 Last residence: MO 64012 State of issue: MO
Wife may have been Martha Rocke, married Feb. 15, 1793.spouse:
David Kenney, the eldest child of James and Mary Kenney, was born in Virginia. As James Kenney was appointed administrator of his estate in 1804, he must have died about that time. In the November term of Bourbon Circuit Court, 1819, a suit in Chancery against the heirs of James Kenney names the defendants as John Kenney, James Kenney, Sally Kenney, Moses Kenney and Elam Kenney, heirs of David Kenney, deceased. "It appears to the satisfaction of the court that they are not inhabitants of this Commonwealth." From a correspondence between some of the Kenney relatives in Illinois and John Kenney of Logan County, mentioned his brother Moses, it is thought that the widow of David Kenney moved to that county with her family of infant children. (CLB)
Information from a history of the Kenney Family.spouse: Knowles, Daisy (1898 - )
He was known to us as, "Uncle Hurl." David Hurley Kenney was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky. He moved with his father and family to Missouri in 1895. He grew up on the farm and spent most of his life farming in Cass county, MO. He took a course in Sweeney Automotive School in Kansas City. Hurley was in the service in WW I, checking in at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, MO. July 6,1918. He was sent to Camp McArthur, near Waco, TX, for training. Due to the signing of the Armistice, he was not sent overseas. He was discharged in Dec. 1918, arriving home Dec. 18th. [Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #18.104.22.168788.182]
Obituary found in Frankfort Library family file, no date. D. Hurley Kenney, 85, Garden City, in Cass County, died Wednesday at a nursing home in Warrensburg, Mo. He was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, and had lived in this area 82 years. Mr. Kenney was a farmer before he retired. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a member of the Garden City first Baptist church. He leaves a son, Don L. Kenney, Holden, MO; a brother Clarence Kenney, and two sisters, Miss Melinda Kenney and Miss Luna Kenney, all of 5514 N. Woodland, and five grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Atkinson-Dickey Chapel, Garden City; burial in the Garden City Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 tonight in the chapel.
Individual: Kenney, David Birth date: Mar 22, 1892 Death date: Feb 1978 Social Security #: 495-42-5214 Last residence: MO 64040 State of issue: MO Zip of last payment: 64747 [Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Jun 16, 1997, Internal Ref. #22.214.171.124788.182]
This name is listed in the Cass County Mo. Twelfth Census, Austin Township June 13, 1900. It looks like he is the oldest son of Victor and Izora Kenneyspouse: Fearno, Martha Jane (1885 - )
Edward Kenney has a law book given to him by his grandmother, Malinda Hambleton (Hamilton) Kenney, second wife of Isaac Kenney. this book was purchased in Frankfort, KY, in 1835, according to the inscription on one of the fly leaves. It also has the name of John C. Kenney with these words, "his book."
Edward Kenney was born in Nicholas County, KY. He moved with his father and family to Cass CO., MO., in 1895. He farmed until until 1902, then took a course in barbering in St. Louis, MO. He barbered until 1912 working in Missouri, Ohio, Colorado and Kansas.
He and family moved from LeRoy, KS., in 1912 to Aurora MO. there he worked on the daily news paper for a sort time, then in a lumbar yard and then in a book bindery until 1918. He next worked in the Ford assembly plant, Sheffield, MO. until August, 1919. Then he moved to Garden City, MO. and barbered there until July, 1924. In August 1924 Edward and his family moved to Washington state, settling in Tacoma. He barbered there about six months then worked about two years in a door factory and at various odd jobs until May, 1927 when he went to work as a fireman in the Tacoma Public Schools. He is still working in the school district as a Custodian-Fireman.
Elizabeth Kenney, first daughter and second child of James and Mary Frame Kenney, was born in Virginia on October 10th, 1773. She came to Kentucky with her parents and there she married James Trotter. They, with other members of the family, moved to Illinois. She was devoted to her sisters, all of whom were tall and slender. She left descendants who have scattered all over the country. (CLB)spouse: Trotter, James (~1769 - )
Marriage Index: IL, IN, KY, OH, TN, 1720-1926, Kenney, Elizabeth Spouse : Trotter, James, Marriage date : Nov 15, 1815
NSDAR # 18005, Bryan Station Chapter, Lexington, KY., line of Charles Lander.spouse: Herndon, Belville M.
Forrest S. Kenney was born in Cas County, MO., on a farm. His parents moved to Garden City, MO., when he was only a few months old. He finished grade school in Garden city. He moved to Appleton City with his father's family in 1927 and graduated from Appleton City High School in 1929. Forrest lived in Appleton City until Jan. 1, 1935, when he went to Kansas City, MO. He worked for the western States grocery Co., Myers Milk Co., the Y.M.C.A. and finally as a police officer in Kansas City Mo., where he is still employed.spouse: Payne, Helen (1911 - )