NADAR # 77510, Charles Lander line.spouse: Sinclair, Howard Smith
Sarah's maiden name was Kenney, they were cousins.spouse: Kenney, William
LDS reference TH5N-TG
Velma Reid Kenney Studer was born in LeRoy, KS. Moved with her parents to Aurora, MO. in 1912 and to Alhambra, CA in 1919. She was graduated from Jefferson High School., Los Angeles, CA.., 1926. Velma attended University of California at L. A. for two years. She then went to work for the Bell Telephone Co. and worked for them until 1943 (15 years). She was Chief Operator's Clerk in charge of payrolls.spouse: Studer, Clarence Emil (1903 - 1979)
They were married in Santa Ana, CA. by her father.
Victor Lyle Kenney was born in Aurora, MO. He moved with his father's family to Alhambra, CA in 1919. Victor graduated from Jefferson High School,Los Angeles, CA in 1935. He attended Modesto Junior college one year (1936). victor L Kenney entered military service 12/13/1945, rating Captain, Coast Artillery. victor L. Kenney and Victor Davis new (1946) operate a service station at Los Angeles, CA. Victor and Evelyn were married by Victor's father.spouse: Klier, Evelyn (private)
Witness to the will of Jeremiah Brand-will book 236 . Others mentioned as witness, John Barnett and John Terrell. Kentucky Records Early wills and marriages, Genealogy Pub. Co., Inc., 1986spouse: Tabitha, ?
LDS Information: Birth: 20 Feb 1812, Bourbon KY. Baptized 4 July 1983 PV Endowed: 27 July 1983 PV Sealed to parents: 12 Aug 1983 PV Source 0884950
Victor Marrue Kenney was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky. He was a farmer In the spring of 1896 he moved his family to Missouri, settling in Cass County, where he lived the rest of his life. His wife, Izorah Hurst (Kenney), was born in Fleming County, Kentucky (?) see note on last page of Davis/Hurst record. Victor M. Kenney and his wife Izorah are buried in the Garden City Mo. cemetery.spouse: Hurst, Izorah (1857 - 1901)
It was reported by granddaughter Elvorene Kenney Phillips to be a stocky man who always stood up very straight and was somewhat stern.
Marriage date of Feb. 25, 1875
This entry is information from Susan Hard. Children's names from Ginette Lynn Wiggins VandenOever, 1424 Harvest Glen Drive, Plano, Texas 75023, 972-509-5190, Fax: 972-509-8069, [email protected]@airmail.net.spouse: Warren, Agnes Fauntleroy (~1846 - )
LDS reference TH5C-5Rspouse:
Died at 75 of kidney disease. He was married and a farmer.
spouse: Kenney, Sarah
Daisy Knowles (Kenney) was born in Cass County, MO.. She graduated from Garden City, MO. High School. She also attended Missouri State Teacher's College, Warrensburg, MO. Daisy taught school until her marriage.spouse: Kenney, David Hurley (1892 - 1978)
The two daughters born in Seattle, Washington. Cheryle Jean passed on. Darlene Jean survived.spouse: Bradley, Wilbert Earl (private)
Dennis made his entire will to his brother Timothy Lanaham, who just came from Ireland. William Craven had been apprentice to Dennis Lanaham as a Mason. James was put to brick making in Staunton, but was later taken to Kentucky by relations (Pattons). See page 21-218 Vol 2, Caulkleys Agusta county Court Records: children sued Lanaham for father's estate. Records do not show result. (Bowman's Family History)spouse: Hiatt, Margaret (1736 - >1782)
Charles Lander, was a native of Germany and emigrated to the United States at an early day and settled in Bourbon County, Ky., where he raised a family of seven children, three sons and four daughters. Mr. Lander was quite a prominent man in his day, was a Methodist preacher and farmer, and was elected by a large majority to represent his county in the Legislature. He and his wife both died with cholera in 1833.spouse: Foreman, Catherine (? - 1825)
Some information on this line is from, "History of the Lander Family of Virginia and Kentucky, by David Lander.spouse: Allen, Margaret
Bocky 1850 Census #572 Allen Lander, 38 Farmer, $4320 Catherine Lander, 33 Eliza W. Lander, 13, daughter of Kitty Ann Spencer Oliva Lander, 6 Joseph A. Lander, 4 James H . Lander, 9/12, all born in KY.spouse: Robinett, Catherine O.
She was from Flemingsburg.spouse: Kenney, Joseph Bonaparte (1806 - 1887)
MRS. REBECCA L. SCOTT, farmer and breeder of short-horns; P. O. North Middletown, daughter of Henry and Margaret (Allen) Lander. Her grandfather, Charles Lander, was a native of Germany and emigrated to the United States at an early day and settled in Bourbon County, Ky., where he raised a family of seven children, three sons and four daughters. Mr. Lander was quite a prominent man in his day, was a Methodist preacher and farmer, and was elected by a large majority to represent his county in the Legislature. He and his wife both died with cholera in 1833. His second son, Henry Lander, married Margaret Allen, a native of Virginia, by whom he raised a family consisting of eight children, four of whom are still living. One son, Franklin, who lives in Fleming County, and three daughters, viz: Lavinia, wife of Joseph P. Kenney; Fannie, widow of Isaac Skinner, of Clark County and Rebecca L., who is the subject of this sketch. Mrs. Scott now owns 248 acres of land on Cane Ridge Pike, one and a quarter miles north of North Middletown. Her son, Charles, superintends the farm and short-horns, of which they have a nice herd at this time. The family are Democratic politically, and Mrs. S. [sic] and two daughters are members of the Methodist Church.spouse: Scott, William (1827 - 1878)
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, Ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin + Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 550. [Bourbon County] [North Middletown Precinct]
Left N.C. about 1822 and all except William and Anderson settled in Henderson Co., KY. All children except Sarah were born on Orange Co., N.C.spouse: Scarlett, Mary Polly
Died of sunstroke.
Information on the Latta line (to Thomas b. 3/29/1851) is from ftp://www.latta.org/pub/.spouse:
This is branch 7. Supposed to be one of the five brothers who came from Ireland. May be one of those mentioned in branches 8 + 31. He went first to PA and about 1760 or 1775 he went to Orange Co., N.C. He lived for a short time in Henry Co., N.C.
1860 Henderson County census, died March 28, 1885. This family lived next to the Utley family. 476. Latta,Scarlett 41 M Farmer N.C. Mary E 33 F KY William 13 M KY Virginia 10 F KY Thomas 8 M KY Marion 6 M KY Alice 4 F KY Margaret 1 Fspouse: Dyer, Judith Ann (1859 - 1936)
Birth and death date from Kenney Bible. Burial information from, "Gone but not forgotten."
Forest Lemer was born in Polo, Mo. Forest was in service in WW II,12/31/1942 to 12/24/1945. Rating T-5, 194th Glider Inf., 17th Airborne Division, European Theater. Since his return from service Forrest is employed as syrup room Manager, Coca Cola Bottling Co, Kansas City, MO.spouse: Davis, Dora Mae (1909 - )
Buried in Flemingsburg Cemetery.spouse: Ringo, John Lewis (1836 - 1897)
Corday was a member of the DAR since 1898. (Pat Gibbs)spouse: Buckley, Benjamin Franklin (1863 - )