|Birth: ||May 27, 1825|
|Death: ||Aug. 19, 1909|
(Transcribed from Chickasha Daily Star,
August 20, 1909)
The death of Dr. J. Kendall occurred last night at 12:15 at his home on South Eighth Street.
Funeral services were conducted at the family residence by Rev. M. L. Butler this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock and internment occurred at the Odd Fellow's cemetery.
The deceased was born in Bowling Green, Ky., on May 27, 1825. He is survived by a wife [Alzina Wood Kendall] and six children: Mrs. J. G. Mayes [Josephine or Josie], and Mrs. Lee Reynolds [Nellie] of this city, Mrs. J. W. Perkins [Mable] of Oklahoma City, Misses Rita [Margaret] and Ethel Kendall, and Luther Kendall.
Dr. Kendall was a consistent member of the Methodist Church and was also a Mason. For a number of years he had been retired from the practice of his profession. He was a devoted husband and father and among all who knew him he bore the reputation of being an exemplary citizen and a man of unimpeachable character.
Transcribed by Larry A. Rickert
Dr. J. Kendall was born Josiah Kuykendall. He had the family's name legally changed to Kendall in 1871 while living in Labette Co, KS.
Other Surviving Children:
By his first wife, Amanda Hunter of Texas, Dr. Kendall had three other children, who were not mentioned in his obituary: two daughters (Amanda Z. and Martha C.) and a son (Oscar J.).
Alzina Wood Kendall (1851 - 1935)
Rose Hill Cemetery
Plot: Block 4, Lot 25
Created by: Larry Rickert
Record added: Apr 23, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 109060874
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