WHAT is the connection between Elizabeth c. 1785, on the 1840 Ray Co census and the young people living there in various households in 1850?Many of them married there: MARRIAGES IN RAY County MO #1 KEANYAN: DAVID H. TO JANE HICKS 27 APR 1845 David was never found on records after 1850.Jane andchildren were and descendants still are #2 KEANYAN: SARAH TO WILLIAM JOHNSON 6 MAR 1842 Williams's name was transcribed as "Jackson", bu original record is Johnson.Have not found on any other records. #3 KINION: ELIZABETH TO WILLIAM LEE 4 OCT 1849 She died in Ray Co #4 KINION: NANCY TO HENDERSON THOMPSON 20 DEC 1847 Nancy and Miles Henderson Thompson migrated to Oregon and died there.She married a Jones after Thompson died. #5 KINION: ELIZA TO PHILIP C DUVAUL31 AUG 1856She died in St. Clair Co MO and has a death certificate that states her father was J Kinyon.Philip's Bio in the history of Grundy County states" her father was Joseph of Clinton Co. #6 KINION:William to Elizabeth A Page 17 Jan 1858He later m. Mary Rocky and settled in Taney Co MO. REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS. "The district in which this branch is located was organized in 1872, and contains six branches, with a membership of about two hundred in the aggregate. Original members, A. J. Blodget, J. S. Lee, L. W Babbitt, James Wood, W. C. Kinyon, J. W. Johnson, Joseph D. Craven, James Milligan, and E. W. Cato. The church house is a frame edifice, and was built in 1881, at a cost of seven hundred dollars. It is situated on section 33, township 51, range 26." Early Reorganization Minutes, 1872-1905, Book B Notes: "Joseph Kinyon was baptized a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on 19 March 1871 by W. C. Kinyon." HISTORY OF CLAY COUNTY MISSOURI pp492,493 Bio of Robert L. Kenyon "Robert was born in Saline Co MO, son of Charles and Hattie Felkens.....Charles Kenyon was born in Ray county, Missouri, and died at Forsythe, Missouri, in 1900, at the age of [sixty-five?] years. He was a son of Captain Kenyon, a native of Virginia, who spent the latter years of his life in Richmond, Missouri, where he died.Captain* Kenyon had the distinction of having served in two wars.He ran away from home when he was a boy and enlisted in during the Mexican War and when the Civil War broke out, he enlisted in the Union Army and served throughout that conflict............" If Joseph Kinyon married Sarah Harlow in 1844, she couldn't have been the mother of these children.