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Re: Byron Kenyon and Sarah Morris Warren and Wash County
Posted by: Dodie Ricca-Sando (ID *****6135) Date: December 02, 2009 at 11:58:48
In Reply to: Re: Byron Kenyon and Sarah Morris Warren and Wash County by Edwin Robbins of 2066

Well hello distant cousin Edwin,

I had found where Byron and Sarah are buried and I even googled it and rode past it online. As a child I visited Glens Falls and Truthville as well. I did find some info about Bertha Kenyon Rice as well but was not able to pull any info about the Rice's. I have all this documented in an ancestry program on my pc. I knew your name right off the bat because years ago, my father George C. Kenyon, son of Clifford C Kenyon, son of Byron sent me that article that was in the Glens Falls newspaper back in the 60's ? with your picture and a story about the letter from Byron Coats to Byron Kenyon. I have it in my files. When I was a child we used to visit Bill Rice in Truthville and stay at their big old home by a creek lined with boulders if I am remembering correctly. The last time I was there was when I was about 12. Sarah Morris Kenyon, my GG Grandmother as well is the many times Great Granddaughter of Robert Morris the signer of The Declaration of Independence. Didn't know if you knew that. My email address is if you would like to exchange more information. I also have a book called the American Kenyons written by Captain Howard Kenyon which documents our line of Kenyons back to England. I lived in NY until I was in my late 20's and moved away in 1970. I live in Colorado now near Denver. I am so happy to find another distant cousin. Would love to hear from you. And now I know where my sisters and I inherited the ability to paint and draw. Thank you for responding to my post. Sincerely, Dodie Kenyon Ricca-Sando

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