Sarah E. Kendall (1835-)

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Sarah E. Kendall Boynton
Born: 1835 Palmyra, Maine
Father: Oliver Kendall
Mother: Betsey Cummings
Siblings: Sarah E. Kendall
Olive Amanda Kendall
Oliver H. Kendall
Spouse: Lewis Rendt Boynton
Married: 15 Sep 1853 Algonac, Michigan
Children: Lewis Kendall Boynton
Granville W. Boynton
Wilbur P. Boynton
Adelaide Boynton
Albert H. Boynton
Raymond Boynton
Sarah Irene Boynton
Oliver Cummings Boynton
Walter C. Boynton
Arthur Hurlburt Boynton
Fannie Boynton


Biographies From Memorial Record of the Northern Peninsula of Michigan, page 121:

Captain L. R. Boynton was married at Algonac, Mi Sept 15, 1853 to Sarah E. Kendall, daughter of Oliver Kendall, a machinist, who came to Mi from the Bay State. Mrs Boynton's mother was nee Betsy Cummings of whose family of four children only two survived..Mrs Boynton and Mrs Olive Crippen, the latter of Alpena, Mi. The Captain and his wife have a family as follows: Lewis Kendall, bookkeeper in the office of Grand Commander of K.O.T.M. of Port Huron; Arthur Hulbert, foreman of the Port Huron Gas Co.; Fannie wife of George Westover of Seney, Mi; Granville W. captain of the steamer Algomah; Adah, now Mrs Arthur Dudgeon of Oscoda, Mi; Wilbur P. marine engineer; Albert H. second officer of the D.S.S.&A St Ignace; Sarah Irene; Oliver Cummings, a pharmacist of Port Huron and Walter C., quartermaster on the Algomah.


Married: 15 SEP 1853/18 SEP 1853
  • 1880 Federal Census, 1st Ward, Port Huron, St. Clair, Michigan
Boynton, Lewis
, Sarah, wife, married, female, white, 45, ME, ME, ME
  • Biographies From Memorial Record of the Northern Peninsula of Michigan
1895 The Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois
Transcription by: Kathleen Perry May 1998