Greenbo, Kentucky,   Byrne Family Reunion -  June 3, 2006

Seated L to R: Cooper Raymond Byrne, Kendahl Logan Brown, Lauren
Byrne Brown, Griffin David Byrne, Granville Bland Byrne III holding daughter Monique "Nikki" Renee-Christienne Byrne

2nd Row L to R: McKinley Elizabeth Byrne, Mary Dowling Byrne, seated, Nancy Weyrich Byrne, Kathleen Marie "Katie" Byrne,
Wendy Edwards Byrne, Kevin Michael Byrne, Sean Edwards Byrne, Michael Buckner "Mike" Byrne, Monique Wise Byrne

3rd Row L to R: David Stearns Byrne, John William Byrne V, Victoria Sams "Vicki" Corrick, Louise Cox Byrne, Shirley Stearns
Byrne, Peyton Smith Byrne

4th Row L to R: Lisa Byrne Brown, John William Byrne IV, Carmela Chiarello Byrne, Margaret Rose Gordon, Sharleen Marie
Byrne, Olga Elizabeth Byrne Fryer

5th Row L to R: Edward Oliver "Ed" Corrick, Millard Buckner "Buck" Byrne, John William "Jack" Byrne III, Lars Olson Byrne

Attending but not pictured: John Weyrich Byrne, Brooke Koenker Byrne, Jackson Weyrich Byrne, Jamisen Lynlee Byrne,
Beverly Aulick Schmitz, James Aloyisus "Jim" Schmitz, Joan Aulick Angell, Joyce Aulick Hildreth, Milton Hay Brown III, Bryan
Throckmorton, Laura Lillian Brown Spriggs, Oliver James "Jim"  Spriggs
Byrne Family Reunion
Photo Album - 2006 Reunion
Millard "Buck" Byrne and Margaret Gordon spoke to the group at Greenbo Saturday morning. Buck, of
Columbus, Ohio, talked about Peyton Buckner Byrne (1809-1886) and his family.  Margaret, of Fridlay,
Minnesota,  told the saga of John Peyton Byrne (1839-1920), of Scotland County, Missouri.
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
Peyton Buckner Byrne's log cabin near Greenup, Ky. still stands although extensively remodeled by Jesse
Stuart family. The property is now on the National Register of  Historic Places (note plaque and stone).
Jesse Stuart was the Poet Laureate of Kentucky.
A Saturday afternoon trip took the group to Three Mile Cemetery and there, Buck Byrne tells the group
about the clean-up effort of Thursday. Buck also believes that  two unmarked gravesites are that of
Peyton B. Byrne and his wife, Sarah Ann Gundecker Byrne. Below, David Byrne takes a closer look at a
Virginia State Flag, the state of birth of Peyton B. Byrne. Above David in that photo, to the left, family
members gather around the grave stone of Peyton's son, Patrick Henry Byrne. Several battle flags of the
Confederacy were brought for the occasion by Ed Corrick. Peyton B. Byrne served in C Company, Fifth
Regiment (first) of Kentucky Infantry Volunteers from 19 Oct 1861 to his parole in 1865. He was wounded
19/20 Sept 1863 at Chicamauga.
Not far from Three Mile Cemetery we visited the log cabin of Patrick Henry Byrne that he built in 1860 after
he married Rebecca France, and it is believed that he lived there until going to Oklahoma with daughter
Minnie and her husband, James L. Mitchell, sometime before 1920.
The Jack Byrne Family at Greenbo Lodge dinner
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)
(Photo - Lars Byrne)
Birthday girl, Kathleen Marie
"Katie" Byrne, and her
cousins, Jackson Weyrich
Byrne and Jamisen Lynlee
Byrne, blow out the candles.
(Photo - Wendy Byrne)