John Blake was a Christian minister. The Blakes settled in Kansas City, MO. See information under Malinda Margaret Hamilton Kenney.
Russell Boatman was born in Mountain Grove, MO. He moved, in infancy, with his parents to San Bernardino, CA. He graduated from San Bernardino High school. He then attended northwest Christian College, Eugene, OR, 1933-1938. During this time he was a student preacher in towns near Eugene. He received the following degrees at Northwest Christian College, B Th, B.O. and A. B. He next did graduate work at Phillips University, Enid OK, 1938-June 1941. Degrees received at Phillips U. are A.W and B. D. He began the pastorate of West Side Christian Church, Wichita KS., June 1, 1941. He continued there until called to the presidency of Minnesota Bible college, Minneapolis, MN, early in 1945.spouse: Kenney, Lutie Izorah (1912 - )
He was a farmer in Waverly Pct., Union County, Kentucky, born in Marion County, married at Springfield, KY., and was lost on a steamboat on the Ohio River.spouse: Davis, Susan
Godmother, Sister Susan Hagar.
Dorothy Doris Bradley graduated from Shawnee Mission High School, Overland Park, KS, May 1937.spouse: Hill, Bernard
Evelyn Maxine Bradley was born in Kansas City, MO. She graduated from Shawnee Mission High School, Overland Park, KS, May 1937. She graduated from Bethany School of Nursing, Bethany Hospital, Kansas City, KS in May 1941.spouse: Duncan, Fred Shirden
Floyd was an electrician.spouse: Kenney, Gertrude (1893 - 1939)
Information on this branch of the Brisby line is from Carolyn Brisby Mason, 2/6/1998.spouse: Jordan, Martha Jane
Family bible shows that Dyer was born June 9, 1887.
He graduated from Morganfield High School in 1904 (KenGen Page, Union County) and attended Transylvania College in Morganfield, KY., College of Liberal Arts, 1904-1905, College of the Bible, 1905-1906, 1906-1907.
Dyer was in Bourbon County for the marriage of his sister and Harvey Kenney. He signed as a witness on their marriage license, June 9, 1908.
Henderson County Death Records, June 18, 1912 and is buried in Corydon Cemetery.
Death certificate, State of Kansas # 1 227, June 18, 1912, Savonburg, KS. He was was 25 years and 8 months old. Cause of death, pulmonary tuberculosis. He contacted TB in Lexington 4 years earlier. He was living in Estancia, Torrence County, New Mexico just before his death. Death certificate list him as a minister, mother's address as Lexington, KY.
From The newsletter of The Disciples of Christ news paper, Christian Standard, July 13, 1912.
At the home of his sister, Mrs. H. G. Kenney, Savonburg, Kan, Dyer C. Brisby passed to his final reward on June 18, 1912, at the age of 25 years and 8 days. Early in life he determined to become a minister of the gospel and all efforts were directed toward that end. After completing high school at Morganfield Ky., he entered the Bible College at Lexington. During his work there he was given a scholarship in South Kentucky College at Hopkinsville, Ky. where he did much acceptable pulpit work. While there he was compelled to abandon his work and return to his father's home in Lexington on account of illness. His ailment continued to grow worse, and he sought relief in new Mexico, where for almost four years, he battled with that much dreaded enemy, tuberculosis, which at least conquered the body and liberated the soul.
The funeral was conducted at Corydon, Ky., by his life long friend and former minister, T. T. Roberts, of Hopkinsville, and the remains were placed beside those of his grandmother, there to await the trumpet call. Harvey Kenney
He never married.
His father and mother were born in North Carolina.spouse: Cooper, Mary Ann (1821 - )
FTM CD 44, 1st Edition KENTUCKY 1850 CENSUS, JEFFERSON CO., KENTUCKY Screen 95 of 1002 BRISBY JOHN C. # 276 T: DISTRICT 2 B621
Shortly after their marriage they moved from Woodford County, KY to Jefferson County, KY.spouse: Collins, Ann (1798 - ~1865)
Leonard and sons, William who died at age 21, Henry who died at age 32, George who died at age 29, are all buried at Pennsylvania Run Cemetery, S.E. Jefferson County, Louisville, KY. There is no headstone or indication of there being room for burial of his wife. Information from Don Dearing, Louisville, KY.
Mary attended Transylvania University, College of the Bible, 1906-1907, Preparatory School, 1907-1908 and College of the Bible 1907-1908. (Extrapolated from academic catalogues.)spouse: Kenney, Harvey Gerome (1882 - 1975)
Marie, as her husband called her, was a member of Eastern Star in the Rio Grand Valley.
Buried alongside Harvey in Mc Allen, TX. Obituary in Mc Allen paper: April 20, 1950 Services for Mary Elizabeth (Brisby) Kenney will be at 2 P.M. Saturday at the Virgil Wilson Funeral Home in Mc Allen with Rev. Le Grande Pace officiating. He will be assisted by Loren Works, pastor of the First Christian Church in Mc Allen. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Cemetery.
Mrs. Kenney died Tuesday in a Galveston hospital. She had not been well since Christmas with a heart condition. She had only been in the hospital a short time and her death was sudden. She was the last of her immediate family, her parents and a brother Rev. Dyer C. Brisby preceding her in death.
Mrs. Kenney was a resident of Mc Allen for 13 years. Prior to that she lived in Mercedes for two years. She was born near Smith Mills, KY, August 24, 1889. She married Harvey G. Kenney at Paris KY., June 9, 1908. They were both students in a university in Lexington, KY at the time.
Mrs. Kenney was a secretary of the missionary organizations of the Christian Churches for the Valley District for four years and also helped organize the city federation of missionary societies in Mc Allen. She was president of that society for two years. Survivors include her husband, Dr. H. G. Kenney of Pharr; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Van Burkleo of Mercedes, Mrs. Cliff Heddleson of Corpus Christie, Mrs. S. J. Haldeman of Brownsville and two grandchildren, Judith Anne Guinn and Ronald Haldeman.
Date of birth of both Certificates is August 27, 1888. She was admitted to Galveston State Psychopathic Hospital April 7, 1950.
He never married.
AKA "Dick or R. A, Brisby." He and Annie are buried in Corydon, KY.spouse: Dyer, Judith Ann (1859 - 1936)
Buried at Penn Run Cemetery, Jefferson County, KY She is on 1860 Census of Jefferson County p. 68, 501-with husband William Smyser.spouse: Smyser, William
Died either Clark county, KY or Hendricks County, Indiana.spouse: Griggs, John (1779 - )
He is the son of Jesse Brookshire and Rebecca Hughes.spouse: Griggs, Elizabeth (~1782 - )
Family from Glasgow. Information from Carolyn Brisby Mason.spouse: Jordan, Frank
Basic information on the Burgher family is from FamilyTreeMaker: John M. Pascucci, 116 Brentwood Drive, Glastonbury, CT 06033, 860 633-3166 [email protected]@msn.comspouse:
Ancestry World Tree G6298
In the name of God Amen. I Manus Burger of Albermarle County being sick + weak but Dispersing Sense + memory do make constitute and ordain this my last will + Testament Making any Will by me heretofore made in manner + form following ? I give + devise to my Eldest son Benjamin Burger the sum of fifty pounds Lawful money of Virginia also one Smiths anvil and vise. Item I give and devise to my son John Burger one hundred pounds lawful money of Virginia also one smith anvil and vise. Item I give and bequeath to my son David Burger one Negro boy named Proser. Item I give and devise to my son Joseph Burger one Negro named Ming also ten pounds lawful money of Virginia. Item I give and bequest to my son Nicholas Burger one Negro boy named Lew. Item I give and devise to my son in law William Hays and to my daughter Charity Hays one Negro girl named Nann also one bed and furniture one cow + calf and some household furniture which he the said William and Charity hath now in possession. Item I give and bequeath to my eldest daughter Anne Burger one mare one cow + calf one bed and furniture one pot and all my pewter which she has in possession. Item I leave two Negroes named James + Fan to be sold to the highest bidder and the money they sell for I give and bequeath to my son Nicholas Burger and to my oldest daughter Anne Burger to be equally divided between them. Item I give and bequeath to my son Nicholas Burger one bed and furniture one cow and calf. Item I leave all my money after my lawful debts is paid and my funeral charges + I will and bequeath it to my son Nicholas Burger and to my daughter Anne Burger and to my daughter Charity Hays to be equally divided amongst them. Lastly I appoint my son Benjamin Burger sole executor of this my last will + testament. In Testimony where I have here unto set my hand and seal this 6th day of January 1780. Memorandum that I give and bequeath unto my daughter in law the wife of my son Benjamin the sum of sixty pounds current money of Virginia He signs it himself. Manus Burger.spouse: Wheeler, Unknown
He was a preacher at Whiteside Baptist Church.spouse: Sowell, Elizabeth
He was a Private from Virginia in the Revolutionary War.spouse: Polly, ?