Francis Willey Kelsey was graduated from the University of Rochester, New York with an A.B. degree in 1880; an A.M. degree in 1883; and a Ph.D. in 1886; and taught liberal arts classes at both Lake Forrest University (Illinois) and the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor from 1889 to at least 1913, where he resided. He was also the author of numerous books, articles and reviews on the arts. He was also listed in Who's Who in America, 1910-1911. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 361)spouse: >Badger, Mary Isabelle (1862 - >1913)
Had seven children.spouse: >Yordy, Catherine (>1848 - )
Frederick Kennel and his wife, Bertha Kennel, had three children.spouse: >Kennel, Bertha (>1846 - )
Johannes "John" and Magdalena (Naffziger) Kennel had ten children. The descendant line of their oldest child Magdalena (Kennel) Augspurger is researched in this family tree due to her marriage into the Augspurger family. Also, the second child, Peter Kennel, is also included as his daughter, Emilie Kennel, also married into the Augspurger family.spouse: >Naffziger, Magdalena (1791 - 1873)
Magdalena's other brothers and sisters have been researched by Elizabeth "Beth" Anne (Kennel) Nelson of Fithian, Illinois, who is a direct descendant of Jacob Kennel, the sixth child of Johannes and Magdalena Kennel. She also provided many of the dates on the Kennel family and also has information on Johannes Kennel's ancestors. (e-mail: bnelson27@@juno.com (Jan 1999)
John A. Kennel and his wife, Louise Brennemann had four children.spouse: >Brennemann, Louise (>1849 - )
Joseph and Josephine Kennel are twins.spouse: >Shidler, Laura (>1856 - )
Had five children.spouse: >Augspurger, Jacob A. (1847 - 1905)
Kenneth II (died 995), king of Scotland (971-95), the son of Malcolm I MacDonald. From the beginning of his reign, Kenneth waged war against the Saxons, particularly the earls of Northumbria, who occupied southern Scotland, and the Scandinavian Vikings, who controlled Scotland north of the Spey River. Although his wars were not successful, Kenneth consolidated central Scotland into a strong kingdom.spouse: >
JAMES ALLEN KIBBE apparently never married and lived in Warham Point, Connecticut in 1913. He was actively engaged in historical research and general genealogical work and was a recognized authority in this line of investigation. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 230)
VICTORIA Y. KIBBE had, in her family possession in 1913, an honored heir-loom which was one the three pewter plates, mentioned in the inventory of the first John Bement (1644-1684) of Enfield, Connecticut, as having been "brought from the Bay." (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 230)spouse: >Hamilton, Francis Abbe (~1854 - )
Richard J. Kiefer was superintendent of schools at Upper Sandusky, Ohio prior to 1910, at least.spouse: >Sanford, Ida Luella (1869 - 1944)
HEZEKIAH KILBOURN was a descendant of Thomas Kilbourn, who came to Massachusetts in 1635 on the ship "Increase", and settled at Wethersfield, Connecticut, where he died in 1639.spouse: >
Kilbourne Genealogy (1856)
KETURAH KILBOURNE was a descendant of Thomas Kilbourne, who came to Massachusetts in 1635 on the ship Increase, and settled at Wethersfield, Connecticut, where he died in 1639. (Source: Kilbourne Genealogy, 1856).spouse: >Bement, Samuel (1720 - 1762)
According to an affidavit written by Anderson Kindred for William Rubles widow, he and William Ruble ran a blacksmith shop for several years after Ruble came home from the army in 1861. This document was filed in Locust Branch, Madison County, Kentucky on the 23rd of January, 1889. Anderson Kindred was the third of twelve children of William and Mary Kindred. William and Sally Kindred had nine children. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)spouse: >Ruble, Sally Ann (1827 - 1903)
Bartholomew Kindred, Sr. was the sixth and last child of William and Jane Kindred. He came to America in 1774 with his four sons, William, Thomas, Edward, and Bartholomew Jr. from Northcumberland County, England to Albermarle County, Virginia. He served for two months in 1779 in the Revolutionary War.spouse: >Carrick, Mary (1726 - )
Thomas Kindred was born in Northcumberland County, England in 1760. In August 1777 he enlisted as a Private in the Revolutionary War under Captain James Harris and continued to serve at other enlistments under various officers until 1781. His last service being under Stokley Toles and Colonel Morris. He was at Little York at the surrender of Cornwallis. He made application for pension while a resident of Morgan County, Tennessee in 1832. His pension was allowed. His wife was Nancy Sharp of Albermarle County, Virginia.
Edward Kindred, son of Thomas Kindred and Nancy Sharp, was born June 24, 1783 in Albermarle County, Virginia. He died January 12, 1872 at Pontiac, Illinois. His first wife was Polly Parker. He married his second wife, Rachel Webb in Wilson County, Tennessee in 1825. He served in the war of 1812 as Lieutenant under Captain Nelson. He was at the Battle of New Orleans. He enlisted at Nashville. His home farm in Tennessee adjoined that of his close friend Andrew Jackson. The children of Edward and Rachel Webb were, Napolean, Thomas, William, Paradine, Harriett, Frances, Jane, Clara, and Ida. The application papers for pension were drawn up by Col. Robert Ingersal of Peoria. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)
John M. Kindred was the fourth of nine children of Anderson and Sally Kindred.spouse: >Witt, Martha Ellen (1852 - 1922)
John M. Kindred Obituary - PEKIN DAILY TIMES, October 13, 1936
Fall proves fatal to JOHN KINDRED, funeral Thursday
The funeral of John Kindred will be held at the Atlanta Christian Church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock and burial will be in the Mount Joy cemetery near Armington.
Mr. Kindred died at the Brokaw hospital Tuesday morning where he had been removed following a fall at the home of his son, Shannon Kindred, Sunday morning, Oct. 11. He fractured his hip and sustained other injuries in the fall from which he never recovered.
He was born in Kentucky, January 18, 1852, and his marriage to Miss Martha Witt occurred in that State. The family resided there until 26 years ago when they moved to a farm near Atlanta. His wife preceded him in death 16 years ago and Mr. Kindred had since been making his home with his sons, Allen and Shannon at Armington. He is survived by four sons Allen and Shannon, Leslie and Norman Kindred at Atlanta and a daughter Miss Mae Kindred, Atlanta. Two sons preceded him in death. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)
Shannon Kindred was the seventh and final child of John and Martha (Witt) Kindred. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)spouse: >Bishop, Gladys (1897 - 1969)
William Kindred and his wife, Jane Colson, had six children.spouse: >Colson, Jane (1692 - )
The Kindred's were shown in the Haltwhistle Parish record, Northcumberland County, England beginning around 1680.
This part of England is in the North, and not far from the Border of Scotland. The history of England is interesting, and changed frequently. The Parishes of Haltwhistle in Northcumberland Co., and Lanercost in Cumberland Co., (now Cumbria) were close to the Hadrain's Wall, built by the Romans for protection from the hordes coming down from the North.
(Information from a tourist book obtained from the Lake District of England show that the Parish of Haltwhistle is located just North of the Hadrain's Wall and Lanercost Parish is just south, on the map it looks as though it is just next to the Wall. The literature information--- Lanercost Priory: just south of Haidran's Wall, in the wooded valley of the River Irthing, stands this noble Augustinian priory founded by Robert de Vaux in the 12th Century. The Priory was at one time headquarters of Edward the 1st. Centerpiece is the priory church 800 years old, and the nave is still a parish church. The west front, with moulded doorway and statue do St. Mary Magdalene high above it, is very handsome: SITUATION: 2 MILES (3.2 KM) northeast of Brampton. Carlisle is the "county seat" of the county which has been changed from Cumberland to Cumbria. Carlisle is called an interesting Border town, it is not far from the border of Scotland, and on the way to Gretna Green in Scotland.
This part of England has an interesting history, and the Kindred's must have been a part of that history. The Romans built Hadrain's Wall. It stretches almost 76 miles across Great Britain, from Wallsend to Bowness. Built between A. D. 122 and 126, it was designed to defend the frontier of the Roman province from the ancient northern tribes.
Carlisle, Cumbria pop. 72,000 lies very near Scotland, it figured in the bloody era of border warfare. It's castle, erected by William II in the 11th Century, was battered and rebuilt several times in the 650 years of hostilities. On the dungeon walls are the carved messages of Scottish prisoners captured in the 1745 rebellion. More peaceful now, the keep houses the museum of the Border Regiment. Dating from the same turbulent era are the town walls, small cathedral church and monastic buildings. Other notable structures include the town hall; the 14th century guildhall; the 17th century market cross; the tithe barn and the Tullie house, built in 1689 and now the city museum and art gallery. The Cathedral is noteworthy for its 15th century woodwork and the large decorated east window with its elaborate tracery.
In the nave is a memorial chapel to the slain of the Border Regiment. the nave was the site of Sir Walter Scot's marriage in 1797. Maybe some of the Kindred's were in the Border Regiment????
The Roman invasion of 55 B. C. marked the beginning of the island's recorded history; the warlike Celts and other tribes then inhabiting Britain were forced to retreat to the north and west. Later the Roman's, occupying most of what is present day England, built roads and cities and established some law and order. Their power eventually declined, ceasing altogether with the withdrawal of their legions in A.D. 410. Four centuries of tribal warfare followed. Angles, Saxons and Jutes invaded from the Continent, pushing Celts into the far corners of the island.
The Civil War protesting the reign of Charles led to his execution and the establishment of England as a commonwealth in 1649. From the restoration of the monarchy in 1660. British power and influence spread, reaching its peak in the 19th century Victorian Era. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)
William Kindred was the last of eight children. He and Mary had twelve children of their own. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)spouse: >Garland, Mary R. (1797 - 1869)
William and Mary Kindred had eight children. (Source: Gary L. Kindred, Atlanta, IL)spouse: >Haggard, Mary O. (1757 - 1844)