|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D. (#47005688)|
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I've been researching my family history since 2007. To my surprise and delight, I've been able to locate the burial locations of many family ancestors for several generations back. I wouldn't have thought this would be remotely possible when I first started.|
My main focus is on my Kenyon paternal ancestors, who migrated to New York State shortly after the American Revolution, then migrated westward to finally reach California shortly after the turn of the century, circa 1904.
Y-DNA helped me identify my Kenyon paternal family line.
The testing was done with Family Tree DNA, where I am the co-administrator of the Kenyon Project.
Thank you to all of the volunteers who have taken the headstone photos for me. I really, really appreciate the work you do. Almost all of my photo requests are for my direct line family, a collateral line, or surname I am tracking or studying.
Seeing a photo of the headstone for a great great grandparent brings waves of emotion.
I download many of the photos onto Ancestry.com, giving credit to the photographer.
I am very happy to make transfers to direct and collateral line ancestors, unless I have some personal attachment to the memorial page. Just ask.
I try to be very careful with the information provided on memorial pages I create. Occasionally, I discover that I have made an error. If you see something that is incorrect, let me know. You can use the edit link to send me an email. That is the best way, because it will link me to the page you are referring to.
By the way, if I have made duplications, please let me know.
Marilyn Kenyon, PsyD.
DAR Member #874047
Gold Trail Chapter
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|Tammy||RE: Thank you.|
You are very welcome, glad I could help out :)
Added by Tammy on Oct 29, 2014 5:16 AM
|C. Neureuther||RE: Kenyon Photo|
OK, shall I leave the photo on the memorial or do you want me to remove it? I think it is an awesome photo!
|BluMoKitty||Clara Louisa Kenyon Crabtree|
Thank You for the link to Clara's parents, it is appreciated, Regards Blumokitty
|Kathy ||RE: Morley Kenyon|
Added by Kathy on Oct 03, 2014 7:41 PM
|Sandy||RE: William W. Windham|
Thank you and you are very welcome.
Added by Sandy on Sep 30, 2014 8:36 AM
|Dana Kessler||RE: Gardner Clark and Hannah Badger his wife|
John and Sarah Clark are my 4th great grandparents. I am descended through two of their sons, Jesse and John. I have a few more photos from Maplewood for Clarks but am not sure of their connections as yet.
|Peggy Joy||RE: Charles Kenyon|
Cemetery records show that Charles died in the Mendocino State Hospital and when the hospital closed all of the 1200 ashes were brought to the Ukiah Cemetery and buried together on this spot.
Yes, there are other Kenyon's buried else where in the cemetery.....Peggy
|Bronx Aquarian||Other Kenyons at Woodlawn|
There are other Kenyons buried in this family plot:
Frederick Kenyon 1856-1908
Diane Taylor 1827-1907
Jessie Kenyon Oudin 1860-1924
Lucien Oudin 1854-1929
William Holbrook 1911-1974
Shirley Kenyon Smith Orrick Holbrook Mino Bubenday (yes that many names) 1921-2005
I have the photos if you want.
|Bronx Aquarian||RE: Frank Asbury Kenyon|
I checked with the office of the Woodlawn Cemetery in Bronx County (part of NYC)which is where Frank Kenyon's request was listed.
|Family Tree Climber||RE: Miles and Lottie Pifer Shreffler|
You are quite welcome. Good day to be out hunting out the gravesites.
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