The Kenyons of Cattaraugus County, NY

Richard L. Kenyon

Richard Kenyon has generously contributed his extensive history of the Kenyon family in Cattaraugus County. This history contains an Introduction and 24 chapters. Richard's research and source citations are meticulous and the chapters are full of photographs.

Thank You, Richard

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1. Madison S. Kinyon
  (m1 Polly Warner, m2 Sarah Fults)
2. James and Elizabeth (Titus) Kenyon  Includes Titus family information
3. Erastus and Amy (Kenyon) Champlin  
4. Ancestors of Erastus and Amy Champlin Contains information about Champlin family and the Mayflower Halls and Soules
5. Merritt and Lovisa (Fuller) Kenyon Fuller, Milks, Hillebert, Ely, and Prince families of Cattaraugus County
6. Remington and Thankful (Barber) Kenyon  
7. Jeremiah and Sarah (Emerson) Kenyon  
8. Addison and Mary (Hunton) Kenyon  
9. Horace and Delia (Lake) Kenyon  
10. Winfield Scott Kenyon
     (m1 Mina Milks, m2 Olive Guernsey)
11. Nathan T. and Anna (Hall) Kenyon Contains information about Mayflower Halls
12. Samuel and Clarissa (Trowbridge) Kenyon  
13. Freeman and Mary (Reynolds) Kenyon  
14. Josiah Kenyon and family
     (married 5 times)
15. Asa B. and Betsy Kenyon  
16. Identifying M. S. Kinyon's father and grandfather  
17. Identifying M. S. Kinyon's brothers  
18. John S. and Susan (Sheldon) Kinyon  
19. John S. (Jr.) and Eliza (Sherman) Kinyon  
20. Silvester S. and Tenta (Root) Kenyon  
21. Mathew S. Kinyon
     (m1 unknown, m2 Rebeca Stanley)
22. Nelson S. and Louisa (Smead) Kinyon  
23. Thomas W. and Sylva (Saunders) Kinyon  
24. The first Kenyons in America  


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