Kenny Anderson, Sr. Passed away in Nashville Tennessee on September 13, 2007 of complications due to stage 4 lung cancer. It was Kenny Anderson's dream to build this website as a way of connecting all of the family branches, of finding a way of keeping the channels of communication open, and of having a way for all of us to combine and share our stories, and our heritage. As his children we have chosen to honor his dream by keeping this website going. In order to do this we ask for your help by sharing your knowledge with us. Within the next few months we will be publishing all of the research that our father has put together in his huge database. So please be patient with us. We know that a lot of people helped our father put his database together and we will make sure that credit is given to those people. Please contact Kenny's daughter Susan at the family email link posted on this page. Thank you!
We love you Daddy!
Rest in Heavenly Peace
Welcome - Come on in and set a spell:
This WEB site is intended to bring together and establish a Genealogical home page for family members, which will enhance the exchange of information and ideas among the family in the way of newsletters, home pages and E-mail communications. We invite and encourage everyone who visits here that is connected in some way to contribute to this WEB site to help establish and strengthen the family bonds.
Note: This family web site has been secured with a password for your protection all information on this site is for family members only and will not be used for any other reason then to enhance the bond within the family
The heritage of this Family Connection has been traced back to the early 1700's so far. Today we can be found all across the United States. Our families are in Alaska, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and many other states. As time goes on and as the groups of families find their way to the Internet, we shall truly utilize the power of the World Wide Web by way of establishing the quality and the frequency of our contacts among family members. It is our hope to foster a closeness between family members that have been separated by time and space.