2012-09-27 / Local & State

Historic Kendall Grave Gets Spruce Up



Margaret Kendall descendants Linda Johnston Mellon, Melissa Lodge Horton, Robin Kendall and Albert Kendall and friends of the family gathered at their ancestor’s gravesite in Ayr Township last Thursday to clean up debris and scrape and repaint the fencing. Margaret Kendall died in 1750 and was the first white woman in Fulton County to die of natural causes. Pictured, left to right, are Mellon, Robin Kendall, Horton, Maggie Unfred, John Greathead and Albert Kendall. Photo by Floyd Unfred. Margaret Kendall descendants Linda Johnston Mellon, Melissa Lodge Horton, Robin Kendall and Albert Kendall and friends of the family gathered at their ancestor’s gravesite in Ayr Township last Thursday to clean up debris and scrape and repaint the fencing. Margaret Kendall died in 1750 and was the first white woman in Fulton County to die of natural causes. Pictured, left to right, are Mellon, Robin Kendall, Horton, Maggie Unfred, John Greathead and Albert Kendall. Photo by Floyd Unfred.

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