for finding this Delaware County, Ohio Cemetery:
Drive North from
Columbus on I-71 to Rt. 36. Turn right toward Sunbury. In Sunbury,
turn left at the first traffic light (Rt. 61). Turn right at SR 656.
Proceed to East Liberty. It is just beyond Olive Green. In East Liberty,
turn right on Ulery Rd. The entrance to the cemetery is on the left
side of the road.
the cemetery there are three sections of Kenney gravesites.
site is on the right side of the grass road. Buried there are Albert
Gillespie Kenney (#19), Susannah
Bussard (#20), Sophia J. (daughter of Albert and Susannah and sister
to Sarah Catherine Kenney (#10)
, John P. (son of Albert and Susannah and brother of Sarah Catherine
Kenny #10), and Annie Smith (daughter-in-law of Albert and Susannah
and Alavander Kenney's wife. Alavander was Sarah's brother.)
GPS: 40 °
19.558' N, 82° 48.644' W.
gravesite is across the road from the first. Buried there are George
W. Kenney, Emma A. Kenney, Lulu M. Heckart, and Helen M. Raines. George
is Sarah Catherine Kenney's brother and Albert's and Susannah's son.
site is near the entrance, on the left side of the road as you enter
the cemetery. Buried there are R. Kenneth Kenny and Arthur G. Kenney.
Their relationship to Albert and Susannah is unknown.
JUNE 27, 1886
OF A. G. KENNEY
SEPT. 27, 1802
MAR. 25, 1893
The three tombstones
to the right of Albert's and Susan's stones are those of Sophia Kenney,
John Kenney, and Annie S. Smith.
G. & S. KENNEY.
43 Y. 10 M. 12 D.
rest of the stone cannot be read)
says "John P. Kenney." Next
to his tombstone is an Army GAR USA Medallion. According to research
done by Russell Leach #3, John enlisted in Co. B., 61st Ohio Volunteer
Infantry (O.V.I), was in service two years, and died in Lookout Valley
of fever 17 January 1864. This, as well as other information, might
have been engraved on his stone, but the stone is too degraded to
Annie's Tombstone reads as follows: The A. Kenney is Alavander, the brother of Sarah Catherine
Kenney #10. After Annie's death, Alavander remarried. He is buried at Bloomfield Cemetery.
Centered on the
ground at the bases of the tombstones of Sophia, John, and Annie,
there is a fairly new plaque:
tombstones left to right are as follows: Father George Washington
Kenney, and his wife Emma Arvesta Blayney. It is presumed that the
other two stones are two of their seven children.
Two sides of Arthur G. Kenneys tombstone.
5 US ARMY