I started researching my ancestry shortly after the death of my grandmother in 1975.
I originated the Facebook group, Kendall One-Name Study. The page is a place to visit to share family history, stories and photographs. We collaborate to find lost relatives and learn more about our Kendall origins. I've started the Kendall One-Name Study on WikiTree, please join me 
I currently volunteer as the administrator for the Kendall DNA Project, Ingram DNA Study, Cornwell DNA Study, McQueen DNA Study and My Family Finder Study. I have been the former administrator for the Buckner DNA Study and several other studies.
I look forward to working with others on our common ancestry.
Maternal relationship is confirmed by a 3384 cM Family Finder match between Scott Kendall and his mother Doris Holden.
Wood or Woods from Genesee County, NY; Barry & Jackson counties, MI; Coffey county, KS.
Scott Kendall's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Scott or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 111 markers, haplogroup R-BY19051, Ysearch VTCQS, FTDNA kit #130084 +
Y-Chromosome Test 46 markers
I am searching for Emma Isabel Kendall, daughter of Jacob Kendall and Mary E Dadds. Born 10 Oct 1867 Kent Co, MD, baptized 11 Apr 1888 in Edesville, Kent Co, MD by Rev Geo Leary (recorded in his journal). Married Charles Henry Elburn 28 Sep 1886, Rock Hall, Kent Co, MD. Children (all Elburn): Carroll Newton Sr, Muriel Rowena, Mary Elizabeth, Emma Jeanette, and Anna Mae. Anna Mae was born 10 Jun 1892. By the 1900 census, Charles is a widower and he and the children are living with various family members. I can find no evidence of what happened to Emma Isabel. No death certificate, no obit, no grave.... Does anyone have any information on Emma Isabel Kendall Elburn?
I think you are probably right about the Buckners. Someone has to provide the details that settle the divergent dates and other points. It sounds like you have done a lot of work -- can you edit the wrong one and verify the right one?