Note: s had 10 daughters, but no descendants in a direct line. A curious characteristic of the family of Thomas' brother Francis Kendall and his descendants is the occasional birth of a child having extra fingers or toes. Down to the present generation, (1915) this peculiarity of the family has survived.The Kendall family is of ancient English origin. Among the early representatives of that family was John Kendall, sheriff of Nottingham, who was killed in the battle of Bosworth in 1485, fighting in the army of Richard III. Francis Kendall, of a much later generation, was banished to Barbadoes in 1687 by Bloody Judge Jeffries, for participating in the Monmouth rebellion. He is believed to have been a near relative of Thomas and Francis Kendall. - from "New England Families Genealogical & Memorial" by William Richard Cutter, p1084
Note: !Thomas and brother Francis came to America from England and in1642, settled in Maine.Thoma
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