|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1842|
|Death: ||Apr. 27, 1925|
Son of George W. and Melissa Maria (Spencer) Kendall
Civil War, Company D, 12th Indiana Volunteer Infantry.
His grandparents told him that one day in early Monticello that a group of Native American Indians stopped to rest at the court house square. while there, a squaw gave birth to a papoose, which she carefully wrapped in a blanket, mounted her horse and continued her journey.
source: The Old Monticello Cemetery by Madden Publishing
Mary Caroline McConnell Kendall (1842 - 1914)*
Infant Kendall (____ - 1878)*
Herbert S Kendall (1869 - 1870)*
Effie M Kendall (1872 - 1877)*
Stewart R Kendall (1875 - 1877)*
Old Monticello Cemetery
Plot: sec 3, row 21
Maintained by: Jack McIlrath
Originally Created by: v f
Record added: Aug 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40232481
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Thank you for your service in the Civil War.|
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Added: Aug. 3, 2009