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Carroll Warren Kennedy Home Page

Updated September 16, 2014

Carroll W. Kennedy

1034 Kaylie St

Grand Prairie, TX 75052-7116

(817) 821-2374

Researching the following surnames:
Kennedy (Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas)
Trimble (Georgia, Virginia, Texas)
Sorrels (Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas, Texas)
Brown (Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas)
Graham (Texas, Alabama, South Carolina)
Radcliff (Texas, Illinois)
Childers (Texas, Arkansas)
Jones (Texas, Alabama)
Boyd (Texas, Kentucky)

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  • Benjamin Franklin Huff grave marker (16 KB)
    Benjamin Franklin Huff was buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Marion Co., Illinois.
  • Michael Brown and Catherine Black grave marker (54 KB)
    Brown family cemetery, Pulaski Co., Virginia. Michael Brown (May 06, 1770-February 18, 1860) was the son of Abraham Brown and Margaret Kirkham. Michael's sister was Margaret who married John Tollett (1758-1824).
  • Caroline Gaston Mercer grave marker (13 KB)
    Caroline Gaston was the daugthter of William M. Gaston and Rachel Huff. She married Silas Mercer and was buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Marion Co., Illinois.
  • Grave marker of Wilson L. Kennedy (43 KB)
    Wilson L. Kennedy joined Co. C 37th Ga Infantry in March 1864. He fought in the battles of Kennesaw Mountain and Atlanta. In the battle of Nashville, he was captured and taken to Camp Chase, OH. There he died of Variola (small pox) and was buried in a nearby Confederate cemetery.
  • Charles Hays and Lucy Rachel Mercer tombstone (49 KB)
    Charles Julian Christopher Hays and Lucy Rachel Mercer were buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Marion Co., Illinois. Lucy was the daughter of Silas Mercer and Caroline Gaston. Charles was the son of Elijah McDonah Hays and Denisha Deadmond.
  • David Mercer grave marker (16 KB)
    David Mercer was a cabinet maker by trade, also a farmer and soldier. He enlisted as a private in "Kentucky Volunteers", September 1, 1812. He served until March 26, 1813 in Captain Silvanus Massie's Company, Second Regiment Infantry, Kentucky Militia. He was buried at Mount Moriah, Cemetary, Raccoon township, Marion Co., Illinois, part of the original farm settled by David Mercer and was deeded to Mount Moriah Church by his son Silas.
  • Rachel Huff grave marker (41 KB)
    Rachel Huff, wife of William M. Gaston. She was born March 17, 1810 and died February 04, 1899 in Marion Co., Ilinois.
  • Elijah McDonah Hays and Denisha Deadmond (11 KB)
    Elijah Hays was the son of Samuel Hays, II and Rachel Huff. Denisha Deadmond was the daughter of Thomas Deadmond and Sally Cochran. They were buried at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Raccoon township, Marion Co., Illinois.
  • James Perry Rogers grave marker (44 KB)
    James Perry Rogers was born May 07, 1800 in Georgia and died March 24, 1864 in Marion Co., Illinois.
  • Camp Chase (130 KB)
    Civil War Prison Camp Chase, Ohio
  • William Benton Furrh (19 KB)
    William Benton Furrh was born in Lowndes Co., Alabama where he married Elizabeth Jane Graham. Around 1856, he moved his family to Panola Co., Texas. He joined the CSA and fought in the Battle of Prairie Grove. Following the Civil War, he relocated to Van Zandt Co., Texas.
  • Auburn Martin and Hazel Jeannette Furrh tombstone (24 KB)
    Hazel Furrh was the daughter of Peter James Furrh and Mary Susan Huff. They were buried in Bright Star Cemetery, Van Zandt Co., Texas.

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