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Richard Arthur Fenner (#46982583)
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Bio Photo I'm specializing in the descendants of Captain Arthur Fenner (1619-1703) who was the Patriarch/Immigrant of my Fenner Family who came from England to America in the 1640s.
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George Stoughton
RE: Jennie Denison Fenner info on ancestors
Thank you for getting back to us. ... Marilyn
Added by George Stoughton on Aug 19, 2015 4:15 PM
George Stoughton
Jennie Denison Fenner info on ancestors
I believe we have common ancestors, William and Esther Wilson Denison, the parents of Jennie Denison Fenner. My great-grandfather was Henry L. Denison, on of Jennie's brothers. My grandfather was Henry L's only child, Dana Bemiss Denison. My husband, George, and I have spent much time trying to determine William Denison's (1820-1871) parents' names. William Denison was born in Onondaga County, NY and his wife Esther L. Wilson Denison was born in Fabius, NY, Onondaga County. Censuses indicate that William Denison's parents were born in NY State. Wiliam's brother, Henry (not Henry L.) married William's wife's sister, Nancy A. Wilson. We are hoping that your family has researched the Denisons, not only the Fenners, so you might be able to help us. Thank you.
...Marilyn Masters Stoughton
Added by George Stoughton on Aug 18, 2015 5:45 PM
Kyle C Fenner
RE: Fenner Family Work for DAR
Thank you so much for this information Richard. After a while my head starts swimming with all the Fenners! So here is how my tree works out.


1. Capt. Arthur Fenner & Mehitable Waterman
2. Thomas Fenner & Dinah Borden
3. Thomas Fenner & Mary Abbott
4. William Fenner & Christian Arnold
5. Stephen Fenner & Mary Fenner (3rd cousins)
6. Isaac Fenner & Amelia Potter
7. &rew J. Fenner & Caroline Sackett
8. Lewis John Fenner & Minnie Hoyt
9. Lewis Hoyt Fenner & Annabelle Instenes
10. John Lewis Fenner & Sylvia Nesbitt
11. Kyle C. Fenner (Me!)


1. Capt. Arthur Fenner & Mehitable Waterman
2. Arthur Fenner & Mary Smith
3. Edward Fenner & Amey Borden
4. Arthur Fenner & Rachel Corpe
5. Mary Fenner & Stephen Fenner
6. Isaac Fenner & Amelia Potter
7. Andrew J. Fenner & Caroline Sackett
8. Lewis John Fenner & Minnie Hoyt
9. Lewis Hoyt Fenner & Annabelle Instenes
10. John Lewis Fenner & Sylvia Nesbitt
11. Kyle C. Fenner (Me!)
Added by Kyle C Fenner on Aug 03, 2015 6:46 AM
Kyle C Fenner
Fenner Family Work for DAR
Hi Richard -

I have been working like crazy to document the steps in my family for the Daughters of the American Revolution. I am generation 11 directly from Arthur and the Mehitable Waterman (BTW I love that name).

I am working to find death certs for:

Isaac Fenner (Gen 6)
Andrew J Fenner (Gen 7)
Lewis John Fenner (Gen 8)

Do you have any information on where they died? Not where they are buried but where they died. The DAR is quite particular.

I have muster rolls, service records etc, for both Stephen and William. Some pretty cool stuff.

I am also really interested in learning more about Freelove Whipple Fenner as she was quite the patriot with the Daughters of Liberty. I have a copy of a 1901 essay that mentions her briefly but more info would be great.

In my line at Generation 5 Stephen Fenner married Mary Fenner (they were 3rd cousins). I have not worked Mary Fenner back yet. Any help on that would be appreciated as well. I will send you an email.

What part of the country are you in?
Kyle Fenner
Added by Kyle C Fenner on Aug 02, 2015 5:41 AM
b artz
I guess i shouldnt have assumed. With the same last name i figured you would be interested. I sure do understand about confusing actual relatives with others of the same name.
Sorry again...i learned my lesson, next time i will ask.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend what is left of it.
Added by b artz on Jul 12, 2015 1:50 PM
Ron Kinney
RE: MM Fenner III
You're welcome Richard.
Added by Ron Kinney on Jul 12, 2015 7:30 AM
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Capt Roger Kinnicutt
Added by Valice Raffi on Jun 20, 2015 7:28 PM
Colin Baird
RE: Johnny Brichford
Not a problem, Richard. I do want to make you aware of something though. Several years ago, the cemetery records were lost in a fire, and maybe Mr. Birchford is buried there, but no one knows where. It's an old cemetery, and most of the headstones have no foundation of any kind under them. When they fall over or get broken, they pile the headstones at the back of the cemetery. I know for a fact that my great-grandfather's first wife is buried there, but no one know where, and they can't locate her headstone. Many of my ancestors are buried there, and I have moved their headstones and put concrete foundations under them. I did it myself, and it was not only time consuming, it was rather costly as well. Colin Baird
Added by Colin Baird on Jun 16, 2015 3:44 PM
Sandy F.
RE: Currents Starkey
I went back to River View cemetery today to take more pictures of other gravesites. The lighting was better so I took another photo of Currents Starkey's grave and updated the picture on the memorial page with a much better photo.

In reference to Thomas Starkey II, according to the Hale Collection Thomas should be buried between Olive Starkey and John Lord but I could not find the stone. The cemetery was transcribed in 2013 and the stone was not found then either.
Added by Sandy F. on Jun 08, 2015 3:41 PM
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RE: find a grave
I am having trouble learning how to add children to the Hubbards in Pocassett Cemetery on Find-A-Grave. Do you have advice on how to do this?

Thank you
Added by kay daling on Jun 06, 2015 11:46 PM
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