The next Kevil Family Reunion nationwide will be held at Lake Barkley State Resort Park west of Cadiz, Kentucky on June 2-5, 2005. We have reserved 44 standard rooms and one handicapped room at the main lodge. Anyone that is a Kevil family member, related to a Kevil family member, or anyone interested in the Kevil family genealogy is invited to attend. Bring your children, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, and relatives to meet other Kevil family members from all over the country. Call 1-800/325-1708 to make reservations, and tell them you are with the Kevil Family Reunion.
Cadiz is located on I-24 in western Kentucky about 40-minutes south of Princeton, and approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive north-west of Nashville, Tennessee. Lake Barkley State Resort Park is centrally located for family members traveling from the east coast, Texas, Illinois, and other parts of the country. The park is in a secluded and heavily wooded area of western Kentucky where you can enjoy yourself and get away from all the stresses of everyday life. We will have a "best ball" golf tournment at the Boots Randolph Golf Course, a fishing tournment, horseback rides, all types of rental boats, hiking and nature trails, outdoor pool and beach for swimming, swimming areas, a trap range, a fitness center with indoor pool, a game room, gift shop, coffee shop, and sit-down dinners each night in one of the conference rooms.
Mark June 2-5, 2005 on your calander, and make sure to save some vacation days in order to attend the Kevil Family Reunion. Learn more about the Kevil family history, heritage and genealogy, and meet other Kevil family members that you didn't know existed.
- Thomas S. Kevil about 1850-1855 in Princeton (274 KB)
Thomas S. Kevil in Princeton, Kentucky about 1850-1855.
- Sarah Selina Nichols in Princeton, Kentucky (458 KB)
Sarah Selina Nichols in Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky about 1850-1855. Sarah was Thomas S. Kevil's second wife, and she is buried in the old Kevil family cemetery south of Princeton. She was born August 18, 1803 in Hopkins County, Kentucky and died April 12, 1872 in Caldwell County, Kentucky.