Matthew was a Revolutionary War soldier, DAR Kentucky Year Book 1933-34. 1818 Hopkinville, KY. As a young man he moved to Baltimore, MD and lived there in 1775 when he enlisted in 1775 to 1782 with a company of Infantry. He was in the battles of Brandywine and Germantown. Applied for his pension in Christine county, KY in 1834 having lived there since 1810. Following, he migrated to Clark County, KY then to Hopkinsville, KY where he died. They had 10 children. (Bownam Family History).spouse: May, Rebecca
William Patton was Captain in the Militia in Pendleton County, West Virginia, married Catherine. Moved from Clark County to Chillocothe, Ohio.spouse: Catherine, ?
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, + Kniffin, Ed. 8-B, Pulaski Countyspouse: Johnson, Maggie
Hon. John J. Paul was born in Mason County, KY, February 18, 1852. He is a son of John and Elizabeth (Johnson) Paul, the former of whom, also a native of Mason County, was born in 1819, was a mechanic by trade and a farmer by occupation. He is a son of Daniel and ______(Cumbers) Paul. Daniel Paul was a native of Virginia; he came to Kentucky in an early day and settled in Mason County, where he engaged in agricultural pursuits. Elizabeth (Johnson) Paul was born in Mason County. Judge Paul, the subject of this sketch, is the fourth of eight living children, viz: Mary, William, Sallie, John J., Eliza, Emma, Anna and Lulu. Judge Paul received his education at the Kentucky Wesleyan College, Millersburg, KY. He read law with O. S. Deming and was admitted to the bar in 1873, subsequently opening an office in Maysville, where he practiced two years. He then located in Somerset, Pulaski County, where he has since resided. In May, 1882, he was appointed city judge, and elected in August of the same year, holding the office four years. In August, 1887, he was elected State Senator for the Counties of Laurel, Bell, Jackson, Whitley, Knox and Pulaski. July 8, 1875, he married Miss Maggie Johnson of Bourbon County, KY, a daughter of Isaac and Margaret (Kenney) Johnson. James Kenney, the father of Margaret (Kenney) Johnson, was one of the pioneer settlers of Bourbon County. Two children have been born to Judge Paul and wife, viz: Aida and Daisy Dean. Mrs. Paul is a member of the Presbyterian Church. In politics the Judge affiliates with the Republicans.
Helen Payne (Kenney) was born in Hartsburg, MO. She worked as a telephone operator from 1929 to 1939. their daughter, Linda Lou was born in Kansas City, MO.spouse: Kenney, Forrest Seaton (1911 - 1976)
If you are interested in joining the DAR, you can join through John Pierson. Pension papers No. 25199. there is enough information to prove his line.spouse: Warren, Elisabeth
From: JOHN MASON DYER FAMILY of Union County, Kentucky, Ancestors and Descendents, Researched and Compiled by Jane Dyer Arnold, 1972, Franklin, Kentucky (Under "How to use this book.")
She may have been born in Union county. She is the sister of Luticia Pierson. Her parents are listed there to avoid duplication.spouse: Dyer, John Mason (1829 - 1887)
The Union county History, published in 1886, says, "Will S. Pierson became on of the wealthiest farmers and land owners in the county." "He owned a great many Negroes, but gave them their freedom before the civil War." He died of cancer at the age of 81 and is buried in Graingertown Cemetery where his first three wives are buried. From: JOHN MASON DYER FAMILY of Union County, Kentucky, Ancestors and Descendents, Researched and Compiled by Jane Dyer Arnold, 1972, Franklin, Kentucky p 112.spouse: Tompkins, Mary V.
Born and raised in North Carolina and died in Union County.spouse: Sarah, ?
Buried Odd Fellows Cemetery, Morganfield, KY.spouse: Griggs, Robert Lee (1867 - 1957)
May be spelled Role stone.spouse: Dyer, James (1744 - 1807)
Charleen Reese was born in Aldrich, MO. She graduated from Bolivar Mo. High School in 1933. Charleen took a beauty course at Hopper Beauty Academy, Springfield, MO. October 15, 1935 to April 15, 1936. She worked three months in Marshfield, MO, before opening her own shop in Appleton City, MO. on August 3, 1936 which she operated until Feb. 1, 1945.spouse: Kenney, Ivan LeRoy (1913 - 1977)
May have been Lieut. Jonas Rhodes b. 1786.spouse: Kenney, Nancy (1788 - )
Mary had four children.
Buried Boxville Cemetery.spouse: Griggs, John Nicholas II (1891 - 1977)
Buried in Flemingsburg Cemetery.spouse: Leer, Catherine (1840 - 1873)
Double referenced in LDS records. Alternate spellings "Robnette" with a reference number TH5C-PJspouse: Kenney, Maria Louise (1800 - 1850)
Lula Rockhold was born in Carroll County, MO. She attended rural school near Adrain, Bates County, MO. She graduated from Butler MO. High School, attended Central Missouri State Teacher's College, Warrensburg, MO., Kansas City Teacher's College, Colorado University and Kansas University. Lula taught in rural schools in Bates, County, MO. She was principal of a grade school in Butler, MO., and principal of High Schools in Amsterdam, Hume and Raymore, MO. Her last school was Garfield in Kansas City, MO.. She was teaching there at the time of her marriage.spouse: Kenney, Clarence William (1895 - )
AKA Kitty Ann Rogers (reference Susan Hard)spouse: Kenney, Victor Mareau (1812 - 1877)
There was a second wife and family, but there is no record/information available at this time (1997).spouse: Kenney, Willis (1831 - 1896)
Fannie died when she was 18 months old.