|Kemp, Infant of J. K
Kemper, Mrs. Peter
Kennedy, Mrs. Dr. J.
Infant of J. W.
KEMP, Infant of J.
Fernbank Items: Aug 22, 1886 - An infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. KEMP, died in our town a few days ago - (Lamar
News, Sept. 2, 1886)
Died: Near Vernon on Sunday night the 19th inst.,
MRS. KEMPER, wife of MR. PETER KEMPER. She was 62 years of age,
zealous Christian, and greatly loved by all her acquaintances. -
(Vernon Clipper, Sept. 24, 1880)
Mrs. ELIZABETH KENNEDY an aged lady died very
suddenly Monday night, at the home of her son, Mr. JOHNSON
KENNEDY, two miles north of town. She was suffering from an attack
of "the grip" and had experienced heart trouble for sometime, and
her constitution was not strong enough to resist the combined
attack. Mrs. KENNEDY was an estimable Christian lady and will be
sadly missed by a large circle of friends. - (Vernon
Courier, March 24, 1892)
of J. W.
The infant child of Mr. J. W. KENNEDY died Saturday
night. (Vernon Courier, July 30, 1896)
KENNEDY, MRS. DR. J.
The death of Mrs. Dr. J. O. KENNEDY on Saturday
last, at Kennedy station was quite a shock to a large circle of
friends. Dr. and Mrs. KENNEDY were married in December of last
year, and Mrs. KENNEDY was immediately placed in charge of their
new and elegant home, with as bright prospects for a long and
happy life as ever falls to the lot of a beautiful and cultivated
lady. Perhaps at no time in life would this final summons have
seemed to us so premature. The light and life of a home and the
idol of a noble and loving husband quickly passes away. - (Vernon
Courier, July 13, 1888, pg 4)
Sulligent - Lamar's popular sheriff, LEROY KENNEDY,
died at his home near this place Thursday night from a relapse of
a spell of typhoid fever, with which pneumonia developed. He was
beloved all over the whole country, and a cloak of sorrow has
enveloped the county. - (Marion County News, (Marion County, AL)
Jan. 7, 1897)
KENNEDY, Sheriff L. H.
Sheriff L. H. KENNEDY died
at his home on the night of the 24th ---- o'clock. He left
town Saturday before the election telling his friends that he
thought he was --- the fever. For fifty --- he manfully
battled with --- terrible disease. Pneumonia --- to the
chances against ---- very. Long and patiently he struggled
but his splendid constitution and iron will succumbed at --- He
leaves a wife and seven children, the oldest being about --- years
of age. He received the --- at the democratic primary last
spring by a remarkable plurality. His vote a the August
election was also far ahead of his ---- Men of all parties
voting - He was a man of stern convictions and his firmness made
him many friends among the voters. He was a man who
entertained a high sense of honor and his death was a public loss
as well as an irreparable loss to his family. (Vernon Courier,
December 31, 1896)
W. KENNEDY died Saturday night - (Vernon Courier,
August 8, 1895)
Mrs. MARTHA KINARD, near here, died a few days ago.
Our pen fails to give utterance to her pitiable condition. Our
commissioner certainly ought to make some provisions for her now
motherless children. - (Lamar News, April 15, 1886)
Died. On last Sunday at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. John D. McCluskey, Mrs. LODICIE KUYKENDALL. In the 67th year
of her age, after a long and painful illness of about one year.
The deceased was a sister of Rev. T. W. SPRINGFIELD and has a
number of relatives in the county. The deceased was laid to rest
with the impressive and solemn ceremonies of the Methodist Church,
of which she had long been a consistent member. - (Vernon Courier,
April 5, 1889, pg 4)
News was received here yesterday of the death of Mr.
W. B. KUYKENDALL at his home, Gillett, Ark. No particulars
given. Mr. KUYKENDALL was once a citizen of this county, but went
west in 1876 going first to Mexico and traveled for several years
and finally settled at Gillett where he died. - (Vernon Courier,
March 19, 1896)