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Kenny Cemetery
Wea Township, Tippecanoe County, Indiana

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 21.

Contributor's Index:

Crouse, Infant, b 04 Feb 1844, d. 04 Feb 1844, first known interment at Kenny Cemetery, [DC]
Crouse, Infant, b. 04 Feb 1844, d. 04 Feb 1844, first known interment at Kenny Cemetery, [DC]
Kenny, Ann E., b. 19 May 1833, d. 06 Apr 1906, [DC]
Kenny, Charles F., b. 23 Oct 1856, d. 02 May 1876, [DC]
Kenny, Charles I., b. 1906, d. 1972, [DC]
Kenny, Charles I., b. 1906, d. 1972, [DC]
Kenny, Edith Richman, b. 14 Feb 1791, d. 19 Sep 1876, wife of Jonathan Kenny, [DC]
Kenny, Enoch R., b. 25 Oct 1821, d. 29 Jul 1894, [DC]
Kenny, Eva Florance, b. 25 Sep 1862, d. 13 Nov 1862, [DC]
Kenny, George W., b. 07 Feb 1852, d. 21 Jul 1852, [DC]
Kenny, Harvey E., b. 13 Feb 1866, d. 09 Sep 1866, inscribed under his sister Eva Florence Kenny, [DC]
Kenny, Horace G., b. 24 Mar 1854, d. Not inscribe, d. (He  is actually burial at Dayton Cemetery in Shefield Twp., [DC]
Kenny, Infant Son, b. 1853, d. 1853, inscribe, d. under brother George, [DC]
Kenny, Infant Son, b. 26 Aug 1871, d. 26 Aug 1871, [DC]
Kenny, Jonathan W., b. 14 Oct 1793, d. 04 Aug 1844, [DC]
Kenny, Mary, b. 17 Sep 1869, date of death not inscribed, [DC]
Kenny, Pierre I., b. 25 Feb 1859, d. not inscribed, [DC]
Kenny, Sarah, b. 1752, d. 1847, Age: 95 years, Sarah, Mother of J. W. Kenny, [DC]
Nalley, Lucinda, b. 1779, d. no date, w/o Walter Nalley, nee Trundle, [BN]
Nalley, Walter ,
b. 1778, d. 1852, h/o Lucinda Trundle Nalley, [BN]
Youel, Nancy A.,
d. 01 Jul 1858, Age: 28 Yrs., wife of John Youel, [DC]
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