Between 1747 and 1754 Nathan Kendall settled on a tract near Soubegan river. He was born in 1726 and died 10 Nov., 1791. In 1753 he married Rebecca Coulburn, or Colburn, of Merrimac. She died in Antrim, N. H., in 1818. Their son Capt. Thaddeus Kendall was born in Amherst, N. H., 2 Aug., 1772. He married Catherine Fletcher, 25 Sept., 1800. She was a daughter of Robert Fletcher. She died 27 April, 1801, aged 22.
Thaddeus married second, Abigail Wilkins, 13 Nov., 1803. She was born 30 April, 1773, and died in Mobile, Ala., Sept., 1853. Thaddeus settled in Vergennes, Vt., where he died. Thaddeus KENDALL was born on August 2, 1772 in Amherst, NH.. He died in 1843 in Vergennes
1. George Wilkins Kendall, born 22 Aug., 1809; died Texas, 2 Oct., 1867.See his biography, here.
2. Thaddeus Richmond Kendall; lived in Mobile, Alabama before the Civil War and moved to Binghamton NY where he died Sept 19, 1882.
3. Catherine Kendall married a Rix and lived in Alabama.
HISTORY OF MONT VERNON 89
KENDALL Capt Thaddeus Kendall son of Nathan and Rebecca Colburn Kendall b Amherst Aug 2 1772 m 1 Catharine dau of Robert Fletcher Esq Sept 25 1800 She d April 27 1801 age 22 m 2 Abigail dau Dea Samuel and Abigail Farwell Wilkins of Amherst Nov 13 1808 She was b April 30 1773 n Amherst d Moble Ala Sept 27 1853
He settled in Mont Vernon where he was a merchant several years While here he was interested in the militia and under his leadership and instruction the North West Parish or Mont Vernon Company became one of the best in the old Fifth Regt Leaving Mont Vernon he settled in Vergennes Vt.
He died in Burlington Vt in 1843. Their children were
1 George Wilkins b Mont Vernon Aug 22 1809
2 Thaddeus Richmond b Mont Vernon He in Amanda Hutchins of Alabama had several ch two of whom are now living. He was a lawyer in Moble Ala also engaged in mercantile business there. He removed to Concord NH thence to Binghamton NY where he died Sept 19, 1882.
3 Catherine b Mont Vernon m William Rix in 1837 They had several children only two now living two dau married live near her in Royalton Vt She lived in Mobile Ala until the war of 1860 broke out when she moved to Vermont Mr R is dead
obit in NYTimes
E. Kendall writes:
My grandfather, Thaddeus Richmond (Rich) Kendall II, after a prolonged drinking bout and with a case of pneumonia, returned to be with his wife at her parents home on Front Street in Binghampton, NY. It was there that he fell down the stairs and died shortly afterwords. He had been a dashing young man of talent, a newspaper man with a drinking problem who wasted his life.
The Landis home at 49 Wilmot Rd., Scarsdale
Left to R: Ruth Kendall Landis, Great Aunt Nan Mitchell Mayo, Great Aunt Lucy Mitchell, Eliza Mitchell [Kendall] Kendall's grandmother) Jean Mayo, Kendall Landis, Edgar B. Landis, Margaret Sweet (Aunt Lucy's partner), Great Aunt Helen Kendall, Uncle Ralph Mayo.