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5 Soldiers -22nd NY.-Kenyon Family Album-4th& 14th NYHA-9th NY Cav-81NY-77NY
5-Soldiers-22nd-NY-Kenyon-Family-Album-4th-14th-NYHA-9th-NY-Cav-81NY-77NY
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ALL CDVs from The Kenyon Family ALBUM   Most taken 1864 to 1866

CDV Mr. & Mrs. VanSteenburgh  Balston Spa, Saratoga Co NY   He was Benjamin in service 77th NY b. 1841 NY. WIA Winchester, Va. Drew his & Widow pension  She Mary P. 1864-1865

 

CDV Victoria Kenyon as child in christianing dress 1864-1865

 

CDV Agnes Kenyon Very Beautiful dress and hat.  1864-1865

 

CDV Kenyon Family Home in NY From Kenyon NY family album On Reverse E.B. Kenyon pencil in period hand late Edward B. Kenyon, and the late Amanda (Whitaker) Kenyon. Her father was a Civil War veteran who received an award for getting 147 Greenwich area men to volunteer in the Union Army wearing frock coat- hat with crossed cannons standing in front of back drop 20 yrs old at enlistment Edward Barber Kenyon >Sgt. 4th NY Heavy Artillery Dec. 25th 1861; at Staten Island HE 1st enlisted in the 22nd N.Y. Infantry & Discharged at McClellan Hospital& Philadelphia ,Pa. discharged may 15th 1865 on account of wounds at Spotsylvania-May 19 1864. Edward Barber KENYON Military Service: Arthur Barber The Greenwich Journal
Issue 4 April 1991

"Esther Amanda (McArthur) Barber, 91, of Mill Road in New Lebanon Center, died Sunday evening, April 30, 1991 at Ashmere Manor Nursing Home in Hinsdale, Mass. She was stricken while visiting her husband who is also a patient there
Services were conducted Friday at Flynn Brothers Funeral Home with the Rev. Ashley Meade, pastor of the Fair Haven Methodist Church, Fair Haven, Vt., officiating. Burial was at the family plot in the Greenwich Cemetery.
She was born in Greenwich on Feb. 2, 1900, a daughter of the late Edward B. Kenyon, and the late Amanda (Whitaker) Kenyon. Her father was a Civil War veteran who received an award for getting 147 Greenwich area men to volunteer in the Union Army.
She attended school in Greenwich, and married John McArthur in June 1917 in Greenwich. She married Howard Franklin Barber in Milford, Penn. on April 2, 1936. They just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on April 1, 1991. A homemaker most of her life, she moved to New Lebanon Center in 1964.
She will be remembered by her family and friends for her pride in her heritage and ancestry and for being very patriotic. In addition she will long be remembered by her family for her strong will and independence.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Joan M. Fiske of New Lebanon Center, and Mrs. Arlene Wilford of Fair Haven, Vt., four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, one great-great granddaughter, one niece and one nephew. She was predeceased by a sister, Evelyn (Kenyon) Burkin..



Amanda WHITAKER Has Children Esther Amanda KENYON b: 2 FEB 1900 in Greenwich, Washington Co., > Has No Children child_ Evelyn KENYON n the Spring of 1865 the was transferred to the Vet. Reserve Corp  2nd Regt. Co.'K'

living P.O. address Bold Mountain, N.Y. Name: Edward Barber KENYON Sex: M Military Service: Civil War Veteran sther Amanda Kenyon McArthur Barber The Greenwich Journal Issue 4 April 1991

"Esther Amanda (McArthur) Barber, 91, of Mill Road in New Lebanon Center, died Sunday evening, April 30, 1991 at Ashmere Manor Nursing Home in Hinsdale, Mass. She was stricken while visiting her husband who is also a patient there
Services were conducted Friday at Flynn Brothers Funeral Home with the Rev. Ashley Meade, pastor of the Fair Haven Methodist Church, Fair Haven, Vt., officiating. Burial was at the family plot in the Greenwich Cemetery.
She was born in Greenwich on Feb. 2, 1900, a daughter of the late Edward B. Kenyon, and the late Amanda (Whitaker) Kenyon. Her father was a Civil War veteran who received an award for getting 147 Greenwich area men to volunteer in the Union Army. She attended school in Greenwich, and married John McArthur in June 1917 in Greenwich. She married Howard Franklin Barber in Milford, Penn. on April 2, 1936. They just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on April 1, 1991. A homemaker most of her life, she moved to New Lebanon Center in 1964.
She will be remembered by her family and friends for her pride in her heritage and ancestry and for being very patriotic. In addition she will long be remembered by her family for her strong will and independence.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Joan M. Fiske of New Lebanon Center, and Mrs. Arlene Wilford of Fair Haven, Vt., four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, one great-great granddaughter, one niece and one nephew. She was predeceased by a sister, Evelyn (Kenyon) Burkin. Esther Amanda KENYON Sex: F 2 FEB 1900 in Greenwich, Washington Co., NY 30 APR 1991 in Ashmere Manor Nursing Home in Hinsdale, Mass. 1991 Greenwich Cemetery, Greenwich, NY Obituary:

Esther Amanda Kenyon McArthur Barber

 

"Esther Amanda (McArthur) Barber, 91, of Mill Road in New Lebanon Center, died Sunday evening, April 30, 1991 at Ashmere Manor Nursing Home in Hinsdale, Mass. She was stricken while visiting her husband who is also a patient there
Services were conducted Friday at Flynn Brothers Funeral Home with the Rev. Ashley Meade, pastor of the Fair Haven Methodist Church, Fair Haven, Vt., officiating. Burial was at the family plot in the Greenwich Cemetery.
She was born in Greenwich on Feb. 2, 1900, a daughter of the late Edward B. Kenyon, and the late Amanda (Whitaker) Kenyon. Her father was a Civil War veteran who received an award for getting 147 Greenwich area men to volunteer in the Union Army.
She attended school in Greenwich, and married John McArthur in June 1917 in Greenwich. She married Howard Franklin Barber in Milford, Penn. on April 2, 1936. They just celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on April 1, 1991. A homemaker most of her life, she moved to New Lebanon Center in 1964.
She will be remembered by her family and friends for her pride in her heritage and ancestry and for being very patriotic. In addition she will long be remembered by her family for her strong will and independence.
Survivors include her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Joan M. Fiske of New Lebanon Center, and Mrs. Arlene Wilford of Fair Haven, Vt., four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, one great-great granddaughter, one niece and one nephew. She was predeceased by a sister, Evelyn (Kenyon) Burkin."
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Mrs. Barber passed the 1863 Civil War diary of Capt. George I. Robinson on to Tim Tefft's father (about 1963) with the following note:

 
This Diary is very old and interesting as it mentions folks that are long gone from us and are relations and friends to those we also knew.

It was in a collection of old books and etc belonging to Geo. N. Wright who used to operate the Bald Mt. store 35 years or so ago. His sister Elizabeth was this Robinson's wife and lived in the house, their homestead, on corner across from the red brick school house at Bald Mt. This Robinson must of been raised to a high rank in the civil war (same as my Dad. who served over 4 years in it. (E. B. Kenyon) because Mr. Robinson's lovely sword & shoulder apelets with plenty of gold braid was given to my folks by his brother in law. There was a captain Robinson I recall hearing told of when I was a youngster. His sword etc. my sister Mrs. Burkin had or once did, at her home.

I feel you would be interested in the mentioning of a Caleb Tefft and many other folks that your folks have heard spoken of, and I also note the prices of things back in the 1860s as well as March weather, compared with todays weather & prices. also more so the way it was then.
I have no use for the diary so I give it to you, and hope you will find it entertaining as I did, and a bit more so, for your people know more of those mentioned by Mr. Robinson and may know more how his lifes chapter ended. Sincerely Mrs. Esther K. Barber.Subject : George Robinson of Bald Mountain

Wanted you to know that we have 1863 diary kept by George Robinson and intend shortly to transcribe it and publish it in serial form in our newspaper, The Greenwich Journal and Salem Press. The diary was given to my father by a Mrs. Barber who obtained it from the Bald Mountain store operated at one time by Mr. Wright, a brother of Mrs. Robinson. Don't know when Mrs. Barber gave it to my father, probably forty or more years ago. It has been stored in a strong box for the past forty years and it seems appropriate now to share it with our readers.
Would like permission to publish the 1865 photo of George to accompany an article introducing the diary to our readers. Also was curious if you would be willing to write a biographical sketch to preface the series.
Service Record Enlisted in Company B, New York 9th Cavalry Regiment on 03 Oct 1861.
Promoted to Full Sergeant on 15 Jul 1862.Promoted to Full Comm Sergeant on 06 Sep 1862.Promoted to Full Sergeant on 25 Nov 1864.Mustered out on 07 Jul 1865 at Washington, DC.abt 1835 Andrew F. Kenyon Pvt& ; & cdv of his wife lovina B. signed front in ink & period hand A.F.K. 25 yrs old  14th NYHA 'E' & 81st NY V. Co. 'K' Drew pension 1878 ; Widow pension 1911&nb South Dakota where Lovina drew widows pension 1880 Census shows b. NY 1838 living Lima, Pepin, Wisconsin Farmer His parents b. NY John & Sophronia 1 child age 3 Ethel Lovina b. NY her parents born Pa. BENJAMIN Wife (nee KENYON) VANSTEENBURGH::: HE ORIGINALLY FROM BALLSTON SPA, SARATOGA COUNTY, NEW was signed front but cut off 77th New York V.I. enlisted 21yrs old  10/17/1861 as Cpl M.O. 6/27/1865 WIA 9/19/1864 Winchester, Va. STEENBURGH (STEENBURG, VAN STEENBURGH/STEENBURG), Benjamin. and death record docs for some of their children say that great-great-great-grandparents  Benjamin (van) STEENBURGH (b ca 1795 NY) and wife Eliza (Elizabeth) WEST (WAY) (b ca 1795 NY), lived somewhere in Saratoga , Co. ~1819-1835. This family moved to Mayfield, Fulton Co. area perhaps during 1840s. Trying to determine: (1) parents of Benjamin  STEENBURGH (b.~1796) and his sibs; (2) maiden name of his wife, Eliza and her parents/siblings; (3) where in Saratoga Co. they lived between 1819-1835. One daughter. Sarah Elizabeth STEENBURGH , great-great grand mother , b 9 Feb 1828 in Saratoga Co; d 29 Apr 1903, Tekonsha, Calhoun Co MI m Henry N. DEMAREST in Fulton Co. NY before moving to Southern Michigan in 1850s; her younger bro, William J. STEENBURGH b 1832 in  Saratoga ,  Co. served in Co. G, 9th Mich. Inf. briefly before d. in 1865. Both Benjamin and Eliza are buried in the Prospect Hill Cemtery ., Gloversville, Fulton Co. Van Steenburgh starts with Jacob born 14 Oct 1786 in New York and died 17 Jan 1854 in Milton, Saratoga Co. NY. He married Hannah (unk). They had 8 known children: Aaron born Jun 1805 in Dutches Co; Sandy R. born abt 1818 and Maria born abt 1820 in Columbia Co, John H., Peter B., James C. born between 1813 and 1830 in Saratoga Co, Edward born abt 1815, Eugene C. born 10 Aug 1824 in Saratoga Co.
Aaron had a son, Benjamin B. born abt 1839 in Montgomery Co. . Eugene died in Stafford Co. KS. 21 May 1912. Eugene left New York in 1854 and lived in Van Buren Co, IA until about 1871. Jacob be a brother to your Benjamin B.Kenyon Family Cemetery On the right of the West Branch road going out of Nile, toward Richburg, about 1 1/2 miles out of Nile. Nile is in Friendship township, Allegany county, New York. Copied by Clayton and Gertrude Jones, 1948 Abbott, Eunice - 19 Oct 1815, 50 or 51y 1m 12d, wife of Levi Bracy, Charles H. 1851 1918 Champlin, Charles F. - 5 Jan 1863, 5y 2m 14d, son of C. T. & Lavina A. Champlin, Hannah 1824 1917, wife of William, soldier in Civil War Champlin, Lavina 1853 1940 Coats, Ambrose R. 21 Aug 1820 8 Jun 1888, wife Susan E. Coats, Frank S. 3 Apr 1857 25 May 1873, son of Ambrose R. & Susan E. Coats, Morris (?H.) 27 Dec 1850 15 May 1854, son of Ambrose R. & Susan E. Coats, Sarah E. 27 May 1842 31 Aug 1879, dau of Ambrose R. & Susan E. Coats, Susan E. 29 Nov 1820 24 Sep 1905, wife of Ambrose R. Coats, William Wallace 1844 1915, wife Emma Colegrove, Esther L. - 9 Mar 1844, 7y 2m 28d, dau of David & Eunice Colegrove, Henry C. - 7 Mar 1844, 8m 7d, son of David & Eunice Coon, Alonzo 3 Jan 1820 21 Nov 1891, wife Eleanor Coon, Eleanor 6 Nov 1826 7 Mar 1886, wife of Alonzo B. Doyle, Lillian 1857 1925, wife of Nelson Doyle, Nelson 1837 ---, Company K 136 NY Inf Foster, Nathan - 8 Feb 1856,, 84y 2m 25d Hand, Alva or Alvin 14 Jun 1827 16 Apr 1901, wife Sarah J. PENDLETON Kenyon, Alanson 22 Sep 1807 5 Jul 1875 Kenyon, Angie C. - 25 Oct 1869, 22y 9m, dau of Alanson & Mary L. Kenyon, Anna L. 1880 1946 Kenyon, Emma 1851 1915, wife of William Wallace COATS Kenyon, Frank D. 6 Oct 1853 19 Jan 1854, born Smithport, PA, (son of James & Maryette ?) Kenyon, Guilford D. - 19 Aug 1850, 5y 8m 9d, son of Alanson & Mary L. Kenyon, Helen A. - 21 Aug 1850, 1y 1m 19d, dau of Alanson & Mary L. Kenyon, James P. 22 Jul 1816 26 May 1893, wife Maryette Kenyon, Joel 29 Jul 1801 20 Jan 1878, wif eLavinia Kenyon, Joel B. - 31 Aug 1878,78y, wife Mary Kenyon, Lavinia Maxon 25 Sep 1803 6 Apr 1877, wife of Joel Kenyon, Loisa M. - 24 Sep ---, 7y 10m 3d, dau of Joel B. & Mary Kenyon, Louis H. 1838 1920, wife Frances SINNETTE, Co K 23 Regt. Kenyon, Mary - 30 Apr 1863, 59y, wife of Joel B. Kenyon, Mary A. 7 Sep 1855 19 Sep 1855, dau of James & Maryette, born Wirt, Allegany co. Kenyon, Maryette 24 Feb 1831 15 Aug 1858, born Cameron, NY, died Hartsville. wife of James P. Kenyon, Oscar A. - 9 Nov 1866, 26y Kenyon, Ruth L. - 6 May 1838, 1y 1m 22d, dau of Joel B. & Mary light soiling- -corners show usual wear from being in album&; Condition Good-PLEASE SEE PICTURES FOR DESCRIPTION AS SHOWN. IF U HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT AUTHENTICITY PLEASE CONTACT AS GIVEN OPTION BELOW ON ASK QUESTION ABOUT THIS LISTING THROUGH EBAY!!! I GUARANTEE EVERY PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGE SOLD OR CIVIL WAR EPHERMA TO BE 100% ORIGINAL ANCESTRY.COM: CIVILWARDATA.COM: GOOGLE SEARCH: 3FOLD: CHURCH OF J.C. OF LATTER DAY SAINTS WEB SITE & RECORDS-MICROFILM PROVIDED BY US ARCHIVES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE CONTAING RECORDS FOR ALL SOLDIERS NORTH & SOUTH W/COMPLETE MILITARY FILES & PENSION RECORDS WHICH ALSO 65% OF THE TIME HAVE THAT SOLDIERS REAL SIGNATURE:  STATE OF ILLINOIS SEARCH SITE CONTAINING ILLINOIS CIVIL WAR RECORDS ON SOLDIERS THEY HAVE RECORDS ON. :http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/soldiers/ SECRETERY OF STATE OF MISSOURIS' CW INFORMATION SITE ON CW SOLDIERS:GOOGLE BOOKS OF Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force of the United States Army for ... civilMusterSearch. Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Database State Adjutant Generals' Reports for the Civil War in the National Archives Library Confederate Veteran BROAD FOOTS'; UNION; CONFEDERATE STATES LISTINGS NORTH SOUTH TRADER CIVIL WAR NEWS MILITARY IMAGES 5000 VOLUME BOOK & MICROFILM RECORDS OF WILSONS' CREEK NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD LIBRARY. STATE MOLLUS VOLUMES REPRINTED BY BROAD FOOTS' HEITMANS' VOL 1 & 2 DICTIONARY US ARMY OFFICIAL ARMY REGISTER VOLS. 1-9 Volumns NAT'L. CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY 26 VOLS. W/INDEX & HAND WRITING VERIFICATION HARRIS' BOOK ON CIVIL WAR SIGNATURES GOOD LUCK & HAPPY BIDDING< Welcome to Our Ebay Auction Site....We are Not New to Ebay....For Additional Feedback References.....Over 1000+  Positive Feedback References along with Ebay Experience Since Feb. 1997...All Positive Selling-Packing-Shipping References....We are Proud of Our Record with Ebay and Believe You Will Be Satisfied with your Transaction....
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