Elizabeth Kempson

(19 July 1812 - )
     Elizabeth Kempson was christened on 19 July 1812 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of William Kempson and Mary Newman.

Hannah Kempson

(8 January 1809 - )
     Hannah Kempson was christened on 8 January 1809 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of William Kempson and Mary Newman.

James Kempson

(24 August 1810 - )
     James Kempson was christened on 24 August 1810 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. He was the son of William Kempson and Mary Newman.

John Kempson

(say 1750 - )
     John Kempson was born say 1750.
John Kempson married Mary Keen, daughter of Valentine Keen and Elizabeth Paxford, on 11 October 1774 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. They were both of this parish and made their marks. The witnesses were John Newman and Richard Lapper. John Kempson was buried on 1 April 1829? In Adlestrop.

Children of John Kempson and Mary Keen

John Kempson

(20 July 1805 - )
     John Kempson was christened on 20 July 1805 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. He was the son of William Kempson and Mary Newman. John Kempson was buried on 4 September 1806 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire.

Samuel Kempson

(before 2 April 1775 - )
     Samuel Kempson was born before 2 April 1775 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. He was the son of John Kempson and Mary Keen.

Sarah Kempson

(before 5 August 1781 - )
     Sarah Kempson was born before 5 August 1781 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of John Kempson and Mary Keen. Sarah Kempson was buried on 3 January 1782 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire.

Thomas Kempson

(7 June 1807 - )
     Thomas Kempson was christened on 7 June 1807 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. He was the son of William Kempson and Mary Newman.

William Kempson

(16 February 1777 - )
     William Kempson was christened on 16 February 1777 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire. He was the son of John Kempson and Mary Keen.
William Kempson married Mary Newman on 15 April 1805 in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire.

Children of William Kempson and Mary Newman

Harold Thomas Kemsley

(8 October 1910 - 2 April 1967)
     Harold Thomas Kemsley was born on 8 October 1910.
Harold Thomas Kemsley married Dorothy Dufour Halahan, daughter of Thomas Dufour Halahan OBE and Ethel Louisa Preston, on 11 September 1943 in London, England.
     Harold died on 2 April 1967 in nr Epping, Essex, England, aged 56.

Elizabeth Kemyell

     Elizabeth Kemyell was born in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Peter Kemyell and Sybil Hilligan.
Elizabeth Kemyell married Geoffrey St Aubyn, son of Sir Guy St Aubyn.

Peter Kemyell

     Peter died in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England.
Piers Kymyel of Clowance..
Peter Kemyell married Sybil Hilligan, daughter of Richard Hilligan.

Child of Peter Kemyell and Sybil Hilligan

Elizabeth Kendall

(circa 1745 - before 13 February 1792)
     Elizabeth Kendall was born circa 1745 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
Elizabeth Kendall married John Noble, son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow, on 8 January 1767 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth died before 13 February 1792 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. She was buried on 13 February 1792 in Fakenham Magna.

Children of Elizabeth Kendall and John Noble

Isabella Agnes Carse Kendall

(12 December 1835 - 1914)
     Isabella Agnes Carse Kendall was born on 12 December 1835 in 6 Rathbone Place, Langham, Middlesex, England. Isabella Agnes , daughter of James Carse Kendall & Anne Carse Kendall of Langham, Westminster, baptised 3 Jan 1836 at All Souls Marylebone (Langham).
Isabella Agnes Carse Kendall married John Killeen Handy, son of Patrick Handy and Catharine Killeen, on 12 February 1863 in St Bartholomew's, Sydney, New South Wales. She was aged 23, a resident of West Maitland, born Middlesex, England. She is mentioned back in the Maitland area in 1867 & 1869.
     Isabella died in 1914 in Sydney, New South Wales. Isabella Handy daughter of James & Agnes A.

Mary Kendall

     Mary Kendall married John Seadon, son of John Seadon and Elizabeth Unknown (Seadon), on 10 October 1747 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Children of Mary Kendall and John Seadon

Hazel L T Kendrick

( - 2007)
     Hazel died in 2007 in England.

Elizabeth Kenealy?

(circa 1723 - 3 January 1792)
     Elizabeth Kenealy? was born circa 1723 in Cork, Ireland.
Elizabeth Kenealy? married James Colbert (of Clonmult).
     Elizabeth died on 3 January 1792 in Clonmult, Cork, Ireland.

Bridget Kenehan

     Bridget Kenehan married Andrew Handy, son of Raheen, RC Handy, on 4 July 1835 in Tubber, Offaly, Ireland. The witnesses were Andrew Kenehan & Catherine Byrne.

Children of Bridget Kenehan and Andrew Handy

Margaret Kenehan

(circa 1820 - )
      She could be the Margaret Handy who dies in the Mullingar RD, aged 70. Margaret Kenehan was also known as Bridget in records. She was born circa 1820.
Margaret Kenehan married Andrew Handy, son of Raheen, RC Handy. Margaret Kinahan of Tubber, was a servant in the new house built near Bracca Castle whose foundations were blessed by Samuel Wesley. They were ostracised by the family according to Liam Handy.

Children of Margaret Kenehan and Andrew Handy

Frederick Samuel Kennard

(4 September 1895 - 1977)
     Frederick Samuel Kennard was born on 4 September 1895 in East Ham, Essex.
The marriage of Frederick Samuel Kennard and Irene M Hunter was registered in Sunderland RD, Durham, in the December 1920 quarter.
Frederick Samuel Kennard married secondly Ursular Louisa Mann in August 1924 in Stow S, Suffolk.
     Frederick Samuel Kennard was recorded in 1939 census in 10 Cowley Rd, Felixstowe, Suffolk. Frederick S Kennard born 4 Sep 189, Sgt Raf 351600; Ursula L Kennardborn 24 Apr 1901, Unpaid Domestic Duties; Ray F Kennard born 19 Jun 1924, Errand Boy Draperym Single;      
Peter L Kennard born 30 Mar 1938, Single
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     Frederick died in 1977 in Trimley St Mary, Suffolk.

Children of Frederick Samuel Kennard and Ursular Louisa Mann

Peter Lawrence Kennard

(30 March 1938 - 1961)
     Peter Lawrence Kennard was born on 30 March 1938 in Felixstowe, Suffolk. He was the son of Frederick Samuel Kennard and Ursular Louisa Mann. Peter Lawrence Kennard was buried in 1961.
     Peter died in 1961 in Trimley St Mary, Suffolk.

Ray Fredrick Kennard

(19 June 1924 - circa 1994)
     Ray Fredrick Kennard was born on 19 June 1924 in Stowmarket, Suffolk. He was the son of Frederick Samuel Kennard and Ursular Louisa Mann.
     Ray died circa 1994 in Felixstowe, Suffolk.

Beatrice Frances Kennedy

(1891? - )
     Beatrice Frances Kennedy was born in 1891? In Birmingham, Solihull RD, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of William Henry Kennedy and Edith Emma? Humble? Beatrice and Frederick were listed as William Henry Kennedy's children in the 1901 census in Yardley, Warwickshire.

Catherine Kennedy (Tennant)

     Catherine Kennedy (Tennant) was the daughter of Gilbert Kennedy and Elizabeth? Montgomery.

Eleanor Eliza Kennedy

(1873 - 1956)
     Eleanor Eliza Kennedy was born in 1873. She was the daughter of William Henry Kennedy and Sophia Emily Martin. Eleanor Eliza Kennedy were listed as William Henry Kennedy's adult children in the 1901 census in 3 Batsford Rd, Deptford, St Paul, Kent.
Eleanor Eliza Kennedy married Joseph Stephen Houghton before 1 July 1901 in Lewisham RD, Kent.
     Eleanor died in 1956.

Child of Eleanor Eliza Kennedy and Joseph Stephen Houghton

Elizabeth Kennedy

     Elizabeth Kennedy married Sir John Dunbar, son of Alexander Dunbar and Grizel Dunbar (Dunbar) (Cunningham), in 1587. She was the daughter of John Kennedy of Blairquhan.

Frances Kennedy (Moody)

     Frances Kennedy (Moody) was the daughter of Gilbert Kennedy.

Frederick Kennedy

(1898? - )
     Frederick Kennedy was born in 1898? In Birmingham, Solihull RD, Warwickshire. He was the son of William Henry Kennedy and Edith Emma? Humble? Beatrice and Frederick were listed as William Henry Kennedy's children in the 1901 census in Yardley, Warwickshire.

Gilbert Kennedy

(1678 - 8 July 1745)
     Gilbert Kennedy was born in 1678. Rev. Gilbert KENNEDY son of Col. Gilbert KENNEDY of Ardmillan, Ayrshire, Scotland and a nephew of the 6th Earl of Cassilis a Scottish nobleman appointed to act as lay-assessors at the Westminster Assembly. He married Elixabeth, daughter of Rev George Lang//Laing. He was the son of Gilbert Kennedy and Elizabeth? Montgomery. Gilbert was a Presbyterian minister. He was ordained by the Presbytery of Armagh on the 23rd of March 1703 as Minister of Donacloney and Tullylish. Wikisources states: KENNEDY, GILBERT (1678–1745), Irish divine, son of Gilbert Kennedy, who was successively minister of Girvan, Ayrshire, and Dundonald, co. Down, as born at Dundonald in 1678. In 1697 he entered Glasgow College, where he remained till 1702. On 23 March 1703–4 he was ordained by the presbytery of Armagh as minister of the united charges of Donacloney and Tullylish, and soon became one of the most prominent men on the orthodox side in the synod of Ulster. In 1720 he was elected its moderator. He is believed to have been the author of ‘New Light set in a Clear Light’ (pp. 22, Belfast, 1721), a very able pamphlet, published anonymously, which was intended as a reply to the ‘Religious Obedience founded on Personal Persuasion’ of John Abernethy (1680–1740) [q. v.], and Kirkpatrick's ‘Vindication of the Presbyterian Ministers in the North of Ireland.’ In 1724 was published ‘A Defence of the Principles and Conduct of the General Synod of Ulster’ (Belfast). It was a reply to Haliday's ‘Reasons against the Imposition of Subscription to the Westminster Confession of Faith,’ and appears to have been the work of several hands, but Kennedy's name alone appears on the title-page. In 1727 he issued ‘A Daily Directory enlarged’ (Belfast), of which he was for a long time supposed to have been the author, but which is now believed to have been the work of Sir William Waller, the parliamentary general. It has been several times republished. ‘The Narrative of the Non-subscribers examined,’ Dublin, 1731, has also been attributed to Kennedy, but on insufficient evidence. A long correspondence between him and John Abernethy (1680–1740) [q. v.] is among Wodrow's papers in the Advocates' Library, Edinburgh. He married Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. George Lang of Newry, by whom he had four sons and three daughters. He died on 8 July 1745, and was buried at Tullylish.
[Manuscript account of the Kennedy family in the possession of C. J. B. Kennedy, esq., Mullantean, Stewartstown; Witherow's Historical and Literary Memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland; Reid's Hist. of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.] on 23 March 1703.
     Gilbert died on 8 July 1745 in Tullylish, Down, Ireland.

Children of Gilbert Kennedy

Gilbert Kennedy

(circa 1620 - 4 March 1698)
     Gilbert Kennedy was born circa 1620 in Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the son of Colonel Gilbert Kennedy, Ardmillan, Ayr, Scotland and nephew of John, sixth earl of Cassilis, one of the lay-assessors of the Westminster Assembly.?.
Gilbert Kennedy having graduated at Glasgow, extra ordinem (MA 1647), was nominated to a chaplaincy of the forces under Monroe and accompanied his elder brother Thomas To Ireland c1647/48..
He was ejected from his congregation at Girvan and compelled to flee from Scotland owing to his Puritanism.
Ejected 1651 from parish of Ayrshire [?], Scotland, and emigrated 1668 to Ireland and took over the Parish there after the death of Mr Peebles.
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Gilbert Kennedy married Elizabeth? Montgomery, daughter of daughter O'Neill (Montgomery), on 10 July 1655 in Kirkmichael, Ayrshire, Scotland. June 10 1655 … Master Gilbert Kennedy Minister of Girvan and Elizabeth Montgomery …….July 10th
It is stated in Rev Carses’ History of Carland Presbyterian Church that at the burial of Rev Thomas Kennedy (brother of Gilbert) in 1714 that an oration was delivered by the celebrated Chieftain O’Neill (possibly Anthony O’Neill) – “Here lies the last and best of the English race”.
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He moved to Ireland in 1668 and was appointed minister of Dundonald & Holywood 1670..
     Gilbert was buried on 4 March 1698 in Comber, Down, Ireland. Other sources state that he died on Feb. 6th, 1688 and was buried in the aisle of Dundonald Church where his name is inscribed on him tomb.

Children of Gilbert Kennedy and Elizabeth? Montgomery