I've been researching the above surnames for the past few months and have come to the conclusion that some of them have fallen off the face of the earth. These families all resided in the Little York-Mt. Pleasant-Milford-Spring Mills area of Hunterdon County. I've documented their place in Hunterdon County using on-line census information. All of these families are recorded within the County starting with the 1860 census, and I've tracked their movement in the County up to 1930 census. I've located obituaries for some of these family members from 1918 up through the 1980's. So I pretty much have found where they're interred. Unfortunately, siblings and parents are not buried nearby.
It's those who died prior to 1900, especially members of the KIMENHOUR family, which is not exactly a common name, that I'm having the most problem with. Most if not all of these families remained within the County up until the time of their deaths. I've checked all of the on-line cemetery listings for Hunterdon and Warren Counties, and have visited various cemeteries located in the County. One of the KIMENHOUR'S mentioned in an on-line cemetery listing was Michael and Permelia WOOLF KIMENHOUR. They were listed as being interred at the Locust Grove cemetery near Quakertown. Imagine my disappointment when upon visiting that cemetery I couldn't locate them. I know some of these folks were of the Catholic faith. So I now need to look at every Catholic cemetery in the area. It's the locations of these cemeteries that I'm most interested in at this point.
I've been to the Marx Room of the Easton Public Library and have visited the Hunterdon County Historical Society in Flemington. I have looked everywhere that I can think of for KIMENHOURS and I have been mostly unsuccessful. Perhaps someone has seen this most uncommon name in their travels. Any guidance would be most appreciated.