Thanks for your follow-up. Concerning Locust Grove cemetery, that was your online listing. I'm happy to learn that Michael and Permelia WOOLF KIMENHOUR are interred there. Somehow when I visited that cemetery I missed their grave site. Why are they buried in the ROBERTS/YOUNG plot? I would appreciate a photo of their grave.
You're correct in saying that KIMENHOUR is a PA surname. Oliver and Anthony KIMENHOUR, sons of Bernhard and Magdalena KIMMENAUER, left the Little York, Hunterdon County area and settled in northern Bucks County after 1880. Benjamin KIMMINOUR, my great grandfather, and grandson of Bernhard and Magdalena, migrated through Sussex County, NJ, and Pike County, PA before he settled in Northampton County, PA. I would be interested in a copy of your one-name study. The recent obituaries you mention in the "The Morning Call" could very well be those of my parent's.
Andrew KIMENOUR, Bernhard KIMMENAUER's brother, has been located in Belvidere, NJ. Other KIMENHOUR's moved to the Bound Brook area of Somerset County. I've got a few leads on them through other online sources.
I've been to the Hunterdon County Historical Society in Flemington and didn't have much luck going through their collection. I have not yet visited the Hall of Records or the Justice Building. They're on my to do list.
I used the 1872 Hunterdon County atlas to locate the original KIMENHOUR homestead on Goritz Rd. Permelia WOOLF's family most likely lived on Woolf Rd.
The Frank KIMMINHOUR you mentioned penciled on the back of a photo may be the son of Michael and Permelia WOOLF KIMENHOUR. I would certainly like to have a copy that image.
I see the Delaware and Lehigh Valley Genealogy Club is meeting on Sept. 8th. I could probably gain a lot by attending that meeting.
Beverly, thanks for all of your help! If there's anything I can assist you with, please contact me.