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President

Company Description: The Kennamer Page contains genealogical information about the Kennamer family with a special emphasis on the history of the family in North Alabama.
Background

Employment History

  • Woodville High School
Web References
The Kennamer Reunion Minutes Page
www.broylesbunch.org, 21 Mar 2014 [cached]
Wendell Page
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Wendell Page
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The office of Historian has been held by John R. Kennamer, Willard Kennamer and Wendell Page.
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Wendell Page
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Wendell Page and Elam Kennamer led the songs by the assembly.
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Wendell Page of Scottsboro, Alabama, led the assembly in singing, "God Bless America."
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Wendell Page did a good job as song leader.
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The meeting was opened by singing "America," led by Wendell Page of Woodville.
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The Assembly joined in singing "Blest be the Tie that Binds," led by Wendell Page, of Woodville.
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Wendell Page of Scottsboro, led the singing of "America."
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The minutes of the last reunion were read by the Secretary, Wendell Page, and said report was adopted by the Association.
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Two songs were sung by a quartet composed of Wendell Page, Karen Kennamer, Bro.
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Wendell Page of Scottsboro, Alabama, led the congregation in singing "America" and Blest be the Ties that Bind.
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The members of the band were introduced by Wendell Page of Scottsboro, Alabama, and he not only introduced them, but told just how they were related to the family.
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With the singing of "God be With You ‘Till We Meet Again" led by Wendell Page and prayer by Ralph Kennamer, the meeting was adjourned to meet again the last Saturday in August, 1954.
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Wendell Page of Scottsboro led the assembly in singing "America."
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The above named Trustees, together with the following named persons, have been elected as, and shall constitute the members of the Board of Trustees of the Kennamer Family Association, Inc.: W. J. Kennamer, Mrs. Barton Kennamer Noel, Wendell Page, D. C. Kennamer, Jr., Elton Kennamer, Edd Kennamer and Denton Kennamer.
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The meeting was called to order after a bountiful dinner, and Wendell Page led us in singing two songs, " In the Sweet Bye and Bye" and "Blest be the Tie ."
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He also told of how Judge Wendell and Judge Elmore Kennamer had both hoped to attend but that neither one was able to make the trip.
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Wendell Page led the assembly in singing, "God be With You ‘Till We Meet Again," and the meeting was adjourned to meet again the last Saturday in August, 1958.
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Earl Stewart and Wendell Page led the group in singing "America."
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The assembly was called to order after lunch by the singing of a quartet of John Anderson, Henry Kennamer, Wendell Page and Otis Logan.
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Alabama, and Wendell Page of Scottsboro, led the group in singing "America."
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Ralph Kennamer nominated Wendell Page, the son of Aquilla Kennamer Page and Lewis Page, for the office of President, and upon motion being made and seconded the nominations were closed and Cousin Wendell was elected our new President.
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At this point, Edward R. Kennamer turned the meeting over to the newly elected President Wendell Page.
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At the request of several members Wendell hastily organized a quartet composed of Nancy Camp, Aunt Aquilla Page, Wendell Page and Henry Kennamer, and they sang the lovely old hymn, " Face to Face."
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At the request of several members Wendell hastily organized a quartet composed of Nancy Camp, Aunt Aquilla Page, Wendell Page and Henry Kennamer, and they sang the lovely old hymn, " Face to Face."
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Wendell Page then led us in singing "God be With You ‘Till We Meet Again," and then the meeting was adjourned.
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The thirty-second annual reunion of the Kennamer Family Association, Inc., held at the Kennamer Family Association Pavilion in Kennamer Cove, Marshall County, Alabama, August 27 th 1960, was called to order by the President, Wendell Page of Scottsboro, Alabama, who gave a most cordial welcome to all members of the family and their guests.
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The thirty-third annual reunion of the Kennamer Family Association, Inc., held at the Kennamer Family Association Pavilion in Kennamer Cove, Marshall County, Alabama, August 26 th, 1961, was called to order by the President, Wendell Page of Scottsboro, Alabama, who gave a most cordial welcome to all members of the family and their guests.
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We were entertained throughout the day by our President, Wendell Page, Mr. Tom Joyner of Scottsboro and Edward Page of Woodville as they played the guitar, sang and played the accordion.
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President Wendell Page closed the reunion with some fitting remarks about hearthstones - bringing in the fact that down through the ages stone has played such an important place in the life of man - cornerstones for buildings, monuments in memory of our loved ones, grindstones for the craftsman - but that the most important one was the hearthstone - around the hearthstones of this Cove children were reared by the light of the fire from that hearth - meals were prepared, warmth was provided, family prayer and devotion were held - so many happy memories - but also sorrows - homes were destroyed by those same fires - children ventured too close and were burned. He went on to say that although hearthstones had practically disappeared from the modern home, except for decorative purposes - that as we drive out of this Cove today we will pass many homes where members of our family centered their lives around the hearthstones and that his wish was that the memory of those hearthstones would cause us to want to return to the 34 th reunion on the last Saturday in August, 1962.
Wendell then led us in singing "God be With You ‘Till We Meet Again," and the thirty-third annual reunion adjourned to meet again on August 25 th 1962.
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Wendell Page, son of Aquilla Kennamer Page and Lewis A. Page. led the group in singing America and "America the Beautiful".
Several members of the family including Wendell Page, Louise Kennamer
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Tom Joyner played the accordion, David Miles (son of Frances Kennamer Miles and Ed Miles) and Wendell Page and Edward Page played their guitars and the grandchildren of S. H. Kennamer and Mollie Kennamer sang.
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Wendell Page then led us in singing "God be With You ‘Till We Meet Again," and the reunion closed with prayer by D. C. Kennamer and we adjourned to meet again on August 31, 1963.
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Wendell Page, Edward Page and Tom Joyner entertained the family with quite a few of the popular ballads, folk songs and some of the good-ore songs.
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Wendell Page led us in singing "God Be With Us ‘Till We Meet Again" and then closed the reunion with prayer.
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Wendell Page, of Scottsboro, Alabama, the son of Aquilla Kennamer Page and Lewis Page, then led the family in singing some of the wonderful old songs that mean and have meant so much to the family individually and collectively throughout the years.
The Kennamer Page
www.kennamer.com [cached]
The Kennamer Family Historian Emeritus, and a real giant in the study of the family history, is Wendell Page. He is willing to answer questions about the family. Please contact him at his email address.
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