Richard Kennet Dawson

(7 August 1793 - )
     Richard Kennet Dawson was born on 7 August 1793 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. Edward Steer Kennet Dawson would be a descendant of Richard or his brother. He was the son of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer. Richard Kennet Dawson was christened on 6 September 1793 in All Saints, Wakefield.
     Richard matriculated Adm. pens. (age 18) at CAIUS, Dec. 15, 1811. S. and h. of Benjamin (? 1764), of Frickley Hall, Wakefield, Yorks. (formerly Kennet; took name and arms of Dawson). B. there. School, Atherstone, Warws. (Mr Chartres). Matric. Michs. 1812; Scholar, 1812-17; B.A. 1817; M.A. 1821. Married dau. and heiress of – Were, Esq., and had issue. Of Frickley, Yorks., Esq. Lessee, under the Crown of the site of Pontefract Castle. Brother of James K. (1820). (F.M.G., II. 521; Venn, II. 158.) in December 1812.
     Richard Kennet Dawson was mentioned in the will of Catherine Steer dated 6 February 1847.

Benjamin Kennet

(circa 1754 - 15 July 1815)
     His name was legally changed to Dawson. Benjamin Kennet was also known as Kennet Dawson in records. Benjamin Kennet Dawson Esq of Wakefield purchased the estate of Frickly from William Payne Esq., it descended to his son who made it his usual residence (Richard Kennet Dawson of Frickley). The hereditary name of Mr Kennet Dawson is Kennet, being the great grandson of Rev Benjamin Kennet, who was vicar of Bradford. His father added the name Dawson and assumed the arms in pursuance of directions contained in the will of his aunt Hannah Pownall (formerly Kennet), relict of Thomas Pownall, FSA, sometime Governor of Massachusetts and South Carolina, the eminent antiquary.... See Alumni Cantab. for full details. He was born circa 1754 in Frickley, Yorkshire.
     Benjamin Kennet married Catherine Steer, daughter of Charles Steer and Sarah Allott, before 1793.
     Benjamin was registered as Benjamin Kennet Dawson esq. voting at Wakefield re property in Hemsworth at Wakefield, Yorkshire, on the 1807 electoral roll.
     Stanser v Dawson. Bill and answer. Plaintiffs: Robert Stanser and another. Defendants: Benjamin Kennatt Dawson. Stanser v Dawson. Bill and answer. Plaintiffs: Robert Stanser and another. Defendants: Benjamin Kennatt Dawson.
     Benjamin was buried on 15 July 1815 in Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Children of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer

Catherine Kennet

(26 October 1795 - )
     Catherine Kennet was born on 26 October 1795 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer. Catherine Kennet was christened on 2 December 1795 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Charles Tottenham Kennet

(17 October 1796 - )
     Charles Tottenham Kennet was also known as Dawson in records. He was born on 17 October 1796 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer. Charles Tottenham Kennet was christened on 28 November 1796 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Sarah Kennet

(1 January 1805 - 13 April 1838)
     Sarah Kennet was born on 1 January 1805 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer. Sarah Kennet was christened on 6 March 1805 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
     Sarah Kennet married Thomas Bouville Were in October 1836 in Sidmouth, Devon. Tuesday week at Sidmouth, Thomas Bouville Were, esquire, of Clifton near Bristol, to Sarah, second daughter of the late Benjamin Kennet Dawson, esq, formerly of Wakefield.
     Sarah died on 13 April 1838 aged 33. On the 13th ult at Sidmouth, Sarah the beloved wife of Thomas Bouville Were, esq. and the third daughter of the late Benjamin Kennet Dawson, esq, of Sandal Magna and formerly of Wakefield.

William Pownall Kennet

(20 April 1799 - )
     William Pownall Kennet was also known as Dawson in records. He was born on 20 April 1799 in Wakefield, Yorkshire. He was the son of Benjamin Kennet and Catherine Steer. William Pownall Kennet was christened on 21 June 1799 in All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Ann Kenny

(before June 1809 - )
     Ann Kenny was also known as Kenna in records. She was born before June 1809 in Ireland. She may have also been born circa 1812 Ireland. She may have also been born before April 1815 Ireland.
     Ann Kenny married John Handy, son of Andrew Handy and Ellen Murphy, on 30 October 1827 in Offaly, Ireland. Also recorded as Clara Horseleap, Westmeath 11th & 1st Nov, but image showes 30 October to Anne Kenny.
     Ann Kenny and John Handy appeared on the 1841 census in Blackness Rd, Dundee, Angus. In a multi-family building lived John Handy aged 35, linen hand loom weaver, Ann Handy aged 32, Catherine aged 13, William aged 8, Joseph aged 5 and John aged 2, all born in Ireland.
     Ann Kenny and John Handy were recorded on the 1851 census in Horse Water Wynd, Dundee. John Handy 40, head, born Ireland, weaver; Ann Handy 38, wife, born Ireland, house keeper; Catherine Handy 20, daughter, born Ireland, mill worker; sons William Handy, 18, weaver, born Ireland; Joseph Handy, 16, born Ireland, mill worker; John Handy 13, son, winder, born Dundee; James Handy, 7, son, born Dundee, scholar; Thomas Handy 3, born Dundee; Bridget Smith, 16, lodger, born Dundee, mill worker.
     Ann Kenny and John Handy appeared on the 1861 census in Rothay Land Session St, Dundee. John Handy, 53, head, Jute carpet weaver, born Ireland, his wife Ann 47, born Ireland, daughter Catherine 27, born Ireland, mill worker, sons James 17, born Dundee, Jute conpertta?, Peter 8, born Dundee, scholar, Thomas 7, born Dundee, scholar.
     Ann Kenny and John Handy appeared on the 1871 census in Smiths Pend, Session St, Dundee, Angus. John Handy 58, head, jute weaver, born Ireland, his wfie Ann 56, ditto, childen Peter 19, colanderer, born Perth, Perthshire; Thomas 16, millworker, born Dundee; James Handy, 26, widower, jute weaver, born Dundee, James Handy, 5, grandson, born Dundee.
     Ann Kenny appeared on the 1881 census in Smith's Pend, Session St, Dundee. Ann Handy, married, aged 66, born in Ireland, head; William aged 46, married, son, carpet weaver born in Ireland; James Handy son, married, aged 37, born Dundee; James Handy grandson aged 16, millworker born Dundee; William Handy aged 12, grandson, scholar, born Dundee, James Handy grandson aged 8, scholar, born Dundee.

Children of Ann Kenny and John Handy

Margaret Kenny

(circa 1844 - 4 October 1913)
     Margaret Kenny was born circa 1844 in Scotland.
     Margaret Kenny married William Handy, son of Andrew Handy and Margaret Kenehan, on 4 January 1867 in the Roman Catholic chapel, Clara, Kilbride, Offaly. He was aged 24, bachelor of Clara and described as the son of Andrew Handy, weaver, deceased. They made their marks. They met in Scotland where he may have been working.
     Margaret Kenny and William Handy appeared on the 1901 census in Raheen, Clara, Offaly. Handy William, 58, Head, Roman Catholic, born Kings County, Factory Labourer, Read and write; his wife Margaret 57, Roman Catholic, born Scotland - Read and write; children Bridget 31 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County - Cannot read - Not Married; - Handy Edward 29 Son Roman Cathorlic Kings County, Factory Oiler, Read and write - Not Married - Handy Michael 25 Son, Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Oiler Read and write - Not Married; Handy Mary Anne 23 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Weaver Read and write - Not Married - Handy William 22 Son Roman Catholic Kings County Factory Oiler Read and write - Not Married - Handy Lizzie 19 Daughter Roman Catholic Kings County - Read and write - Not Married - Handy Kate 18 Daughter Roman Cathorlic Kings County Factory Weaver Read and write - Not Married - Handy Margaret 16 Daughter Roman Catholic. born Kings County Scholar Read and write - Not Married - Handy Julia 15 Daughter Roman Cathorlic Kings County Scholar Read and write - Handy Joseph 11 Son Roman Catholic Kings County Scholar Read and write; Handy Agnes 10 Daughter Roman Catholic.
     Margaret died on 4 October 1913 in Raheen, Clara, Offaly, Ireland.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 20 November 1913 at Mullingar, Meath, Ireland. Administration with will of Margaret Handy, late of Raheen, Clara, Kings county, widow who died 4 October 1913 was granted at Mullingar to Mary Ann Handy, spinster. Effects £30.

Children of Margaret Kenny and William Handy

William Kenyon

     William Kenyon married Elizabeth Putland, daughter of William Putland and Mary Sheder, on 31 January 1777 in Willingdon, Sussex.

Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albemarle

(2 June 1794 - 15 March 1851)
     Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albemarle was born on 2 June 1794.
     Augustus Frederick Keppel 5th Earl Albemarle married Frances Steer, daughter of Charles William Steer and Mary Wood, on 4 May 1816.
     Augustus died on 15 March 1851 aged 56.
     The administration of his estate was granted in March 1860.

Janet Ker

     Janet Ker married Robert Hooper, son of Joseph Hooper and Janet Row, on 19 June 1742 in Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland.

Children of Janet Ker and Robert Hooper

Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning)

(circa 1840 - )
     Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning) was born circa 1840. She was probably born a Fleming or Fenning.. As of 1871, Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning) was also known as Brigid Fleming in records.
     Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning) married James Handy as her third husband, on 10 May 1871 in the Roman Catholic chapel, Clara, Tullamore RD, Offaly, Ireland. James Handy aged 33, bachelor, shop-keeper, of Rahan, son of Patrick Handy, farmer, to Bridget Fenning, 31, widow, shop-keeper, of Clara, daughter of Edward Kernan. They had issue.

Children of Bridget Kernan (Mulderry) (Fenning) and James Handy

Helen Kerr (Inglis)

     Helen Kerr (Inglis) married John Bruce on 15 May 1824 in Union Chapel of Ease, St Nicholas, Aberdeen.

Charles Kerr

     Charles Kerr married Joan Maud West, daughter of Daniel West and Emma Charlotte Alice Collins.

Christina Cromb Kerr

     Christina Cromb Kerr married Robert Patrick Handy, son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins, in 1927 in Kirkcaldy, Fife.

Mary Kerr

(circa 1893 - 1980)
     Mary Kerr was born circa 1893 in Dysart, Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of James Brown Kerr & Jane Haycock.
     Mary Kerr married Patrick Handy, son of Patrick Francis Handy and Mary Collins, on 31 December 1909 in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.
     Mary died in 1980 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

Child of Mary Kerr and Patrick Handy

Rebecca Kerry

(before 1790 - )
     Rebecca Kerry married John Cocksedge. Rebecca Kerry was born before 1790 in Suffolk, England.

Child of Rebecca Kerry and John Cocksedge

Sarah Kersey

(circa 1752 - 1808)
     Sarah Kersey was born circa 1752 in Stowupland, Suffolk.
     Sarah Kersey married Jonathan Godbold on 28 December 1773 in Stowupland, Suffolk.
     Sarah died in 1808 in Combs, Suffolk.

Child of Sarah Kersey and Jonathan Godbold

Gospatrick Fitz Ketel

(between 1120 and 1125 - circa 1179)
     Paul Bulkley wrote: Gospatrick son of Orm: had a second wife named Ada daughter King William Scotland (Yahoo).
His children included Thomas 2nd Lord Workington (born 1130), Gilbert, and Orme (born
1140) (Yahoo and Lords of Galloway).
Alan (son) Waldieve (Waltheof) 2nd Lord of Allendale and his cousin german gave Gospatrick "High Ireby"
which remained in a younger branch of Curwens and terminated in female heirs. (Curwen Gen 249)
Gospatrick son of Orme gave two parts fishery Derwent to Abbey Holm Cultram except Waytcroft given to Priory of Carlisle which was granted over by proxy to Thomas
(son) Gospatrick upon a reserved rent of 7/- (Curwen Gen 249)

Thomas (son) Gospatrick:
Born 1130 died ------- married Grace (probably 1140/1150. Described as Lord of Workington (Yahoo)

It would appear that Thomas (son) Gospatrick could have been "well and kicking" at the end of the 12th Century. Thus the information provided by you of Thomas (1119) and his death (1152)is presumably incorrect (date wise)
1175/1176:(Lanc P/R) William Earl of Boulogne and Mortain was founder of Abbey of Premonstratension Canons of Croxton, and his son William le Porter was a substantial benefactor at a later date. So I imagine that Thomas (s) Gospatrick, being a founder of the mansion only undertook his great works close to end of Century.

On that basis Thomas (son) Thomas quite likely married Johanna de Veteriponte early 1200s. It should be noted that the Robert de Veteriponte mentioned in Lanc P/R
1205/1206 and I think 1212/1215 was probably the brother of Johanna.

Anyhow my interest are the number of possible junior members "roaming the gloaming" 1120-1200. Please advise if you have any particulars.

By the way just found two more significant bits of
info:

Charters in Regesta Regum Anglo Norman 1135/1154. York of St Marys Abbey confirms of grants in Bromfield and Stainsburn Cumberland by Waltheof Dunbar father Gospatrick. This father is Gospatrick Dunbar I.

I no longer have the text and assume that the confirmation was given during Waltheof's life. He was becoming ancient by 1135, so I imagine that his grants took place then.

Also (Lanc P/R) 1203/1204 Ada or Aline (widow) William Fleming of Furness married William le Boteler of Warrington. You may remember she was the daughter of Thomas (son) Gospatrick. This info also establishes a probable marriage date for Thomas and Grace. Gospatrick Fitz Ketel was born between 1120 and 1125. Gospatric son of Orm first comes into documented records in 1150 as he witnessed a charter of Henry (son of David I, king of Scotland) with Bishop Athewold to Holm Cultram Abbey. Gospatric would have been at least 14 when he witnessed this charter. Gospatric died ca.1179. In 1174 he granted a charter to Holm Cultram with the consent of his son Thomas [his heir] and another son Alan which was witnessed at Camberton before Robert de Vallibus who was justice itinerant in 1174. These dates seem to make it much more likely that Gospatric was born ca. 1120-1125 which would eliminate Gravilda from being his mother.
Gunnilda was the wife of Orm son of Ketel but not necessarily the mother of Gospatric. The charters provide direct evidence that Gospatric's mother was named Ebrea. (It is obviously not tenable to argue that Ebrea is Elgiva's mother in the first charter, when in the second she is clearly Gospatric's mother
. He was the son of Orm Fitz Ketel and Gunnilda.
     Gospatrick died circa 1179.

Orm Fitz Ketel

     Orm Fitz Ketel married Gunnilda,, daughter of Gospatrick Earl of Northumbria.

Child of Orm Fitz Ketel and Gunnilda,,

Charles Thomas Simpson Kevern

     Charles Thomas Simpson Kevern married Harriett Murray, daughter of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor, on 26 August 1852 in Friern Barnet, Middlesex, England. He was a surgeon in teh Royal Navy, they both resided at Colney Hatch.
     Charles Thomas Simpson Kevern and Harriett Murray appeared on the 1861 census in Leonard St, Sculcoates, Yorkshire, England. Chas Thos Simpson Kevern, 46, staff surgeon RD, born Stoke Damerel, Devon, wife Harriet Kevern, 37, born Demerara, British Guiana; children Harry Chas Standert Kevern, 7, Emily Charlotte Kevern, 6, Murray Cowell Kevern, 2, Harriet Mary Kevern, 5 Months, Betsey Kevern, 86, mother, and 4 servants.

William Key or Kay

(circa 1615? - )
     William Key or Kay was born circa 1615?.
     William Key or Kay married Ellen Rich, daughter of Richard Rich and Frances Priest, on 17 February 1636/37 in Penistone. He was of Nether Thong.. On 13 June 1637 William Key or Kay leased property from Capt William Rich in Penistone. Lease. Edward Rich of -- to William Riche of Bullhouse. Annual rent of 13/6/0 out of a certain messuage called the [Roide] demised by William Riche, deceased, to Richard Riche and by him ... to William Kaye for 20 years. (very defective document)
     Grant of a rent charge: William Kay the younger of Nether Thongue to William Rich of Bullhouse. A yearly rent charge of £13/6/8 payable out of the messuage called the Roide and lands belonging, granted to William by Edward Rich of the Roide for 20 years, which messuage and lands were demised by William Rich of Bullhouse deceased to Richard Rich, father of Edward for 112 pounds.

Elizabeth Key

(before 1700 - )
     Elizabeth Key was born before 1700 in England.
     Elizabeth Key married John Rich on 6 June 1717 in Harworth, Nottinghamshire, England.

George Key

     George Key married Ann Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell, on 25 July 1643 in Everton, Nottinghamshire.

Ann Key/Kay

     Ann Key/Kay married Simon Ryther on 27 November 1656 in York, Yorkshire. In the June1663 Archbishop's Visitation Books there are several mentions of John Ryther and his wife Frances, and Simon Ryther and his pretended wife Anne.
     Ann Key/Kay married Richard Leadall as her second husband, on 17 October 1665 in York, Yorkshire. An, widow of Simn Ryther & Richard Leadall, 1665 8 17, York, the eigth month Quaker style is October.

Children of Ann Key/Kay and Simon Ryther

George Frederick Keys

(2 March 1848 - )
     George Frederick Keys was born on 2 March 1848 in London. He was the son of George Scott Keys and Katharine Hooper. George Frederick Keys was christened on 5 April 1850 in St Mary Woolnoth, London.
     George Frederick Keys married Annie Maria Wynn on 6 July 1891 in St Mary, Whitechapel, London, Middlesex. He was 43, bachelor. licenced victualler,of 51 Precott St, Whitechapel, son of George Scott Keys, artist. She was 28 and widowed.

George Scott Keys

(circa 1819 - March 1888)
     George Scott Keys was born circa 1819 in Deal, Kent.
     George Scott Keys married Katharine Hooper, daughter of James Hooper and Sophia Richman, on 4 April 1846 in St Paul's, Camberwell, St Giles parish, Surrey. They were both single of full age, he was a gentleman of Lombard St, London and she was of Bath Place, Peckham. He was the son of George Keys, gentleman. Her father James was also described as a gentleman.
After Katharine's death he remarried and had: Edger William Keys Baptism 4 Feb 1865, son of George Scott Keys,
Jane Elizabeth Keys Saint James, Hatcham Lewisham; Una Blanche Mary Keys Baptism 8 Jan 1873 daughter of George Scott Keys & Jane Elizabeth Keys Saint John Of Jerusalem Hackney.
     George Scott Keys and Katharine Hooper were recorded on the 1851 census in 10 Glengall Place, Camberwell, St George, Surrey. George Scott Keys 52, clerk in Guardian Insurance Office? born Deal, Kent; his wife Katherine Keys 41, born Newington, Sry, children John? Arthur Keys 3, born Camberwell, Sry, Emma F Wilson 18, servant, born Scotland [very poor image].
     George Scott Keys lived at Old Kent Road, London, 1858. George was an assurance agent, in London.
     George Scott Keys appeared on the 1861 census in 3 Amersham park Villas, Deal, Kent. George S Keys, lodger, widower, aged 42, clerk to life Assurance Co., born Deal, Kent.
     George's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1888 in Hackney RD, Middlesex.

Children of George Scott Keys and Katharine Hooper

William Herbert Keys

(15 July 1851 - 28 September 1857)
     William Herbert Keys was born on 15 July 1851 in London. He was the son of George Scott Keys and Katharine Hooper. William Herbert Keys was christened on 18 August 1853 in St Mary Woolnoth, London.
     William died on 28 September 1857 in 10 St James Place, Hatcham, Kent, aged 6.

Jon Kibble

     Jon Kibble married Amelia Bullett, daughter of William George Bullett and Mary Anne Rosbrook, in 1933.

Charles Robert Kidby

     Charles Robert Kidby married Phoebe Ann Barker in 1920 in St Matthew, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.