10 Elizabeth Blackledge, b. about 1765; m. 6-8-1786, Eli KENNARD.
Joseph Boutcher, eldest son of Benjamin and Elinor (Vandegrift) Boutcher, was born September 15, 1811. At the age of fourteen years he took up the trade of a wheelwright with his father, and followed it during the active years of his life. He married Elizabeth Killey, daughter of Captain Edward and Elizabeth (KENNARD) Killey, who was born in Douglass, Isle of Man. Captain Killey was a native of the Isle of Man, and came to this country when a young man and learned the trade of a sail-maker. During the war of 1812 he was captain of the ship "Roebu?k," Blackledge Family History
The First Baptist church of Bristol was constituted September 29, 1848, with fifteen members, viz., Amos Corson, Peter W. Appleton, Mary A. Pennington, Melissa Kinsey, Mary Earl, Margaret A. Booz, Susan Booz, Mary A. Sneger, Margaret Wesinger, Mary ppleton, Elizetta Corson, Maria A. Corson, Emily Forest, Caroline Murphy, and Sarah Johnson. A council was immediately called to consider the propriety of recognizing this body as a regular Baptist church. This council was composed of delegates from several churches of Philadelphia, and many honored names appear in the records on this occasion, among them Doctors Ide, KENNARD, Dodge, Gillette, Allison, and Hansell.
1776, April 12, John Hays of Northampton and Tacy KENNARD of Bedminister.
HOOD, JONATHAN. Oxford, Co. of Philadelphia. Mealman. February 20, 1730/1. March 13, 1730. E.148. Sister-in-Law: Sarah James. Son-in-Law: Samuel Hogsflesh. Brothers: Samuel, Thomas. Friends: Samuel KENNARD, Richard Busby, Tamar and Jonathan Carmalt. Cousins: Sarah Price, Mary and Hannah Wood, Martha and Ann Bonsell, David Thomas, Mary Claypoole, John, Deborah, Sarah and Thomas Hood. Meeting of Oxford. Exec: Thomas Leach, Thomas Hood. Witnesses: Daniel Worthington, Joseph Worthington, Josiah Gates.
Westminster, Maryland F. Edward Wright "
The Hermit of the Wolf Rocks
Discovery at the Wolf Rocks
Buckingham Bucks County
The facts from well authenticated sources are as follows: On the morning of that day as William KENNARD, a well-known colored man of this township, was passing along the foot of the Wolf Rocks, he observed smoke issuing from the rocks and heard a strange noise like the rattling of tinware.
Jemima KENNARD was born in Plumstead Township in 1744 and died in 1840. Her husband Amos C. Reed died in 1834. Amos C. Reed was a private in the Army of the Revolution. Jemima and Amos were married either July or August 1780 .
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