July 31, 1813, Athol, New York.
February 15, 1890, Chicago, Illinois.
Rosehill Cemetery and Mausoleum, Chicago, Illinois.
Archibald was the son of Samuel Rogers Kenyon and Clarissa Harlow Miller, and husband of Juliana Pratt. A Baptist minister, the 1880 census shows him in Chatsworth, Illinois, and the 1890 census in Hoopeston, Illinois. His son was Colonel Nathaniel Colver Kenyon. Archibald’s works include:
- The Object and Principles of Civil Government, and the Duties of Christians Thereto (Providence, Rhode Island: B. T. Albro, 1842)
- Bright Glory Beams
- Children Hasten We Away
- Come, Let Us Be Marching
- Glad and Joyous Let Us Be
- Go, Work While You May
- Here Again We Meet You
- Jesus, Keep Me Near Thee Ever
- Keep Me Faithful
- Lilies of the Field, The
- Oh, Come at Once to Jesus
- O List to the Notes
- O the Peace That in Jesus I Find
- O Upward I’m Bound
- Song, a Song of Joy, A
- Sweetly and Lowly, the Trustful and Holy
- What Mercy