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Samuel J. Kendall
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Company G, 1st Tennessee Infantry
Born in 1843 in Hamburg, Tennessee
Died April 2, 1905 in Wynnewood, I.T. of stomach cancer
Buried in Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, Oklahoma His grave is marked with an iron cross
Sam moved to this area in 1899 from Lowreyville, Tennessee.
He owned and operated a grocery store.
Sam's wife was named Kate. She was born in 1851 and passed in 1910. This information is from her tombstone.
Sam was elected mayor of Wynnewood in 1903 and again in 1904.
He was a Methodist.
His unit was found under "Samuel Kendall" in Confederate Master List. On Mrs. R.L. Garrett's UDC application here, she says she is the daughter of S.J. Kendall, Co. G, 1st Tennessee Infantry. Information was also taken from Vienna Kendall's application.
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