Oh my, thank you so much! Yes, this is who I was searching. I found his
wife, but I had it as Annie M. I have him buried in Poplar Grove and that he
served in the Civil War. Yes, please send anything you have.
In a message dated 1/28/2008 4:14:05 AM Central Standard Time,
Are you trying to trace the three sons of Walker C. Kemper and his wife Anna
If so, I found them in nearly all census records up to 1930, in WWI Draft
Registration records, SSDI, and some death & marriage records. They were with
their parents through the 1910 Census and Miracode Index for Owen Co KY.
Children all born New Liberty Twp., Owen Co KY
Garvey Elliston Kemper b. 30 Apr 1889; d. Jan 1964 IN
James Harry Kemper b. 24 Jun 1895
Walker Warden Kemper b. 17 Nov 1898; d. Aug 1974 Louisville KY; m. Margaret
Louise Mast 19 May 1923 Indianapolis IN
All 3 boys were living in Indianapolis when they registered for the draft
1917/1918. James and Walker were dentists, Garvey was a grocerman. James and
Garvey were still in Indianapolis in 1920 and 1930 census, but brother Walker
removed to Louisville.
If these are the ones you are researching, let me know and I'll send more
via direct e-mail. But if you have internet access to any of these records,
you can find a lot more information on them yourself.
Dates and location of death should help you obtain obituaries.
Judy in Georgia
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