Kennerly Newsletter Apr 2008
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1. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in HENRY WOODWARD, HENRY KEYS, JAMES KELSEY, theft : pick pocketing, theft : pick pocketing, 10th September, 1829.  1722. HENRY WOODWARD , HENRY KEYS

2. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in WILLIAM WARD, THOMAS CLAYTON, theft : simple grand larceny, 18th February, 1830.  638. WILLIAM WARD & THOMAS CLAYT

3. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in DAVID BASFORD, theft : simple grand larceny, 15th April, 1830.  875. DAVID BASFORD was indicted for stealing, on the 10th of March, 1lb. w

4. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in WILLIAM YEOWELL, JOSEPH CANT, theft : simple grand larceny, 17th February, 1831.  571. WILLIAM YEOWELL and JOSEPH CANT

5. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in WILLIAM SMITH, theft : simple grand larceny, 8th September, 1831.  1810. WILLIAM SMITH was indicted for stealing, on the 30th of July, 2 saws, value 8s., and 1 stock, value 2s.

6. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in JEREMIAH DONOVAN, theft : pick pocketing, 5th July, 1832.  1493. JEREMIAH DONOVAN was indicted for stealing, on the 28th of May, 1 ha

7. JAMES KENNERLEY, mentioned in passing in trial of in ROBERT WATTS, WILLIAM WYATT, theft : simple grand larceny, 20th February, 1834.  406. ROBERT WATTS and WILLIAM WYATT

1. Henry Kennelly, defendant in trial of in Henry Kennelly, Elizabeth Baldwin, Elizabeth Fox, theft : pick pocketing, 9th July, 1729.  Henry Kennelly , Elizabeth

2. WILLIAM KENNELLY, defendant in trial of in WILLIAM KENNELLY, theft : burglary, 17th February, 1820.  393. WILLIAM KENNELLY was indicted for that he, on the 23d of January, being in the dwelling-house of

3. JOHN KENNELLY, defendant in trial of in JAMES CONNOLLY, RICHARD BRYAN, JOHN KENNELLY, theft : simple grand larceny, 29th May, 1828.  1209. JAMES CONNOLLY , RICHARD BRYAN , and JOHN KENNE

4. JOHN KENNELLY, mentioned in passing in trial of in ANN WALTON, theft : pick pocketing, 29th November, 1832.  Before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 134. ANN WALTON was indicted for stea

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KENNERLY Emily. Lancs. Manchester and Derby 1890

 

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Subject: NOT SPAM -- Kennerly Family Newsletter April 2008 3
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2008 17:17:49 -0500


Greetings Kennerly - Kennerley - Kenerly - Kennelly, etc ... (hereafter referred to as Kennerly's) we have contact with close to 300 Kennerly's now!!!
 
My research has slowed down some lately ... a new career for me (life after the military), wedding/anniversarys, and of course taxes ... and with the summer will come a break but keep sending your questions & info!  We've actually been able to solve a number of puzzles but we've added new folks searching for family members, so we have many more family lines to figure out.
 
We're looking for connections to Kennerly's back to England (of course), as well as how the Kennerly's went/where/when:
 
Everton Kennerly -- was he from Maryland before traveling to GA/TN and on to Texas?
Elias Kennerly in southwestern Illinois in the early 1800's?
James Kennerly from VA traveled to eastern Illinois around the 1820's (and did he serve in the War of 1812)?
Maryland Kennerly's during the time period 1750 to 1850 ... how do the family lines untangle?
All the GA Kennerly's in the early 1800's ... some were from Ireland, others from SC ... any relatives out there?
Eastern TN Kennerly's arrived there in the early 1800's but from where?
Where did the PA Kennerly's of today come from?
 
Did you know that it might have been David Kennerly (sp?) that served as George Washington's quartermaster?   See Washington's diary excerpt attached.
 
There are more questions, but you can see they span the country.  We've found a number of Kennerly's that migrated around the US and abroad recently, so if you're looking for stray relatives, let me know and we may have some info to share.  The key point is ... sharing info makes this more enjoyable and helps others, and in turn, helps all of us figure this genealogical puzzle out.
 
The rest of this update is on English origins of the Kennerly's ... well, no matter what, that's probably where 99% of us have our roots.  I've also included some recent Kennerly deaths, Maryland Kennerly info, and a few pictures (though I've cut down on the number of pictures because several folks saw it makes the email file sizes too large.)  Enjoy the info!
 
Last thing, if you haven't joined the DNA test, please consider doing so ... it will confirm your lineage and will also help others.  You never know, by helping others connect, that may in turn unlock info you need, too!  I haven't figured out how to reach our English cousins and have them join the test, but that would greatly assist our attempts to figure out where we came from exactly.  Here's the DNA site  :  http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Kenerley/
 
If you can't join (women can't nor I don't recommend those with different surnames join the project either), consider donating $10 or so ... several folks are put off by the price of $99, but really, that's cheap (two tanks of gas!).  Or sponsor a relative who can participate!
 
Cheers
DR
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Origins of the Kennerly's
 
My "cousin" Racael wrote an excellent paper back in 2000, in which she concluded based on her research across numerous sources, that the present day Kennerly's may be descendants of the Kinnersley's in the Wildmoors, Shropshire.  Written as Kinardsey, the first record was of Sir John de Kynardeseye, who's nephew John de Kynardeseye was clerk to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster during the reign of Edward II.  She wrote on to note that there are numerous "places" where Kennerly could have come from.  I agree with her to some degree ... as a place name, it's not confined to Devon as some English Surname Dictionarys would lead you to believe.  There are numerous Kennerleigh, Kynnerleye villages, parishes, and "land" across the north western part of England ... and guess what -- that's where most past records and current Kennerly's are to be found today!
 
The DNA project though paints another perspective to consider ... there are 2 groups of Kennerly's that seem to exist.  First, a group of Kennerly's have a "typical" European R1 type DNA; and second, a group of Kennerly's have a very unique and "untypical" E3b DNA.  How untypical?  Just look at the attached map (Y-MAP) on the distribution of E3b DNA in England.  E3b is light blue ... look at England. Less than 3% .. so folks, I'm not a geneticist ... but I have a theory:  The R1 DNA members could be the ones from various "places" named Kennerly.  This accounts for why the R1 DNA Kennerly members have a wide variety of DNA.  But the E3b Kennerly's most likely come from one individual named Kennerly, who probably immigrated to England with the Romans.  The timing coincides with mutation rates (I speculate some here) to about 43 AD, when the Romans invaded Britain and 78 AD, when the Romans conquered Wales.
 
Oh yes, this place named Wales ... where is it?  Why is Samuel Kennerly often referred to as coming from Wales?  Look at the attached map and you'll see .... Wales is next to Chester and Cheshire .. where Samuel's will refers to Over, a small parish.  And review the English records below ... the Kennerly's are to be found all over that area! 
 
There are many reasons why the Kennerly's could have been said to have come from Ireland ... and Scotland.  See other possibilities on Bob Kennerly's website on tribal pages.  Ked Kenerly has good info on his site, too.  So, be sure to visit:
 
Bob Kennerly's webpage at:    http://www.tribalpages.com/tribes/bob6k
Ked Kenerly's at:  
http://www.kenerly.net/kennerly/
Here's some info:
 
From Alan Kennerley (UK), whom I've lost email contact with, he found:
Roger de Platt del Kennerley
Chester Court Records  1284
Interpreting the name:  Roger (from settlement/place of Kennerley) held land as a 'free tenant' (not a serf)
Lived in Macclesfield, County of Cheshire, England.  About the time the English first adopted family names.
 
Kynnersley as a place is also noted in 1086:
Description Place name:  Kynnersley, Shropshire found in Folio:  258v Great Domesday Book
Domesday place name:  Chinardeseie
People mentioned:  Aelfgifu; Aelfric; Alchen; Algeat; Almund; Alsige; Alweard; Austin; Azur; Bernard; Dodda; Dunning; Eadric another; Eadric the Wild; Edwin; Fulk; Gamal; Genust; Gerard; Gethne; Godebold; Godric; Godwine; Helgot; Herbert the seneschal; Hrafnsvartr; Hugh fitzTurgis; Ketil; Ledwi; Picot; Richard; Ulfkil; Vilgrip; Wulfmaer     Date 1086
Catalogue reference E 31/2/2    Dept Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations   Series Exchequer: Treasury of the Receipt: Domesday Book etc
Piece Great Domesday: Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Cheshire, [Lancashire], Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Clamores (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)
Image contains 1 document of many for this catalogue reference
 
For those looking for Samuel Kennerly in England in the early 1700's ... most likely he came from Cheshire:
Samuel Kinnerly  Christening: About 1678 Great Budworth, Cheshire, England
Samuel Kennerly  Birth: About  1680 , Cheshire, England
Samuel Kennerley Christening: 11 DEC 1717 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England 
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Christening: 12 DEC 1740 Saint Chad,Over, , Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Christening: 20 APR 1746 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Christening: 09 AUG 1746 Saint Chad,Over, , Cheshire, England
SAMUL. KENNERLY Christening: 15 NOV 1754 Chelford, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Christening: 08 MAR 1761 Saint Chad,Over, , Cheshire, England
Samuel <Kenerley> Christening: 28 AUG 1763 Goostrey-Cum-Barnshaw, , Cheshire, England 
Samuel KennerleyBirth: About 1718 Of, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Marriage: 19 FEB 1709 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Marriage: 27 SEP 1732 Over By Middlewich, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Marriage: 27 DEC 1734 Over By Middlewich, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Marriage: 15 MAY 1739 Over By Middlewich, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLEY Marriage: 10 APR 1743 Alderley, Cheshire, England
SAMUEL KENNERLY Marriage: 05 DEC 1756 Witton, Cheshire, England

 Picture attached (fishut)
Fisherman's Cottage, Otterspool Shore Photographed in 1907, the Fisherman's Hut was occupied by the Kennerley family from the 19th century until it was demolished in 1933. The cottage was home to generations of fishermen who maintained their occupation despite many attempts to dislodge them. In the second half of the 19th century several such attempts were made by the Cheshire Lines Committee who purchased the adjoining land, and in 1898 the Corporation tried to levy rates on the occupant, Mr. Samuel Kennerley. Fortunately for Mr. Kennerley, a judicial decision was made in his favor, which ruled that in the eyes of the law he ranked as a squatter. At the turn of the century, however, the day's of the fisherman were over. Kennerley complained; "Twenty years ago, there was plenty of fish to be got on the Mersey waters. At this spot, salmon, codlings, whiting, fluke sole and shrimps (none better) - but now...", he added with a sigh, "...the dirty water has driven them away. Garston Docks spoiled the fishery, and the Manchester Canal has given them the finishing touch".
 
Newspaper:  Republican Vindicator  March 27th, 1866
Summary: The home of Dr. Samuel Kennerly burned to the ground last Monday night. The family was unaware of the fire until the roof began collapsing, and thus were unable to save many of their belongings. The Staunton Vindicator founded in 1845 as the Augusta Democrat by publishers Stevenson and Geiger. In 1849, the paper's name was changed to the Republican Vindicator, and in 1858 to the Staunton Vindicator and General Advertiser.
 
Various Kennerly / Kenerly / Kenely etc records in the United Kingdom/Great Britain/etc ...
 
Scotland: 
Angus
Christenings/Births/Baptisms
Date Name
26 Sep 1824 James Kenely DOUGLAS Christening
Perth
Christenings/Births/Baptisms
Date Name
5 Jul 1800 Catharine Kennerly PROUDFOOT
Lancashire
Date Name
27 Jan 1765 Sarah Kenerly ROYLE
London
Christenings/Births/Baptisms
Date Name Father Mother
6 Jan 1828 Ann Holford Kennerley JACKSON Christening Samuel JACKSON Ann Holford
31 Oct 1834 Susannah Kennerley JACKSON Christening Samuel JACKSON Ann HOLFORD
11 Nov 1837 Charles Kennerley HALL Christening Thomas HALL Hannah
Marriages
Date Name Gender Spouse
25 Oct 1874 Henry James CHART M Elizabeth Kennerley GREEN
25 Oct 1874 Elizabeth Kennerley GREEN F Henry James CHART
Date Name Father Mother
4 Jan 1791 John Kennersley HOOPER Christening Richard HOOPER Mary
 
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  • Kennerly, B. Frank - of Salisbury, Wicomico County, Md. Mayor of Salisbury, Md., 1912-14. Burial location unknown.
  • Kennerly, Frank See B. Frank Kennerly
  • Kennerly, H. A. - Member of Dakota territorial House of Representatives, 1862-63. Burial location unknown.
  • Kennerly, I. F. - of Houston, Harris County, Tex. Republican. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from Texas, 1932. Presumed deceased. Burial location unknown.
  • Kennerly, Mabel - of California. Republican. Presidential Elector for California, 1960. Female. Still living as of 1960.
  • Kennerly, Thomas Martin (1874-1962) - of Texas. Born in Shady Grove Community, Lee County, Tex., January 24, 1874. Republican. Candidate for U.S. Senator from Texas, 1924; Judge of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, 1931. Died July 29, 1962. Interment at Hollywood Cemetery, Houston, Tex.
  • Born January 24, 1874, in Lee County, TX  Died July 29, 1962, in Houston, TX
    Federal Judicial Service:
    Judge, U. S. District Court, Southern District of Texas  Nominated by Herbert Hoover on January 24, 1931, to a seat vacated by Joseph C. Hutcheson, Jr.; Confirmed by the Senate on February 4, 1931, and received commission on February 7, 1931. Assumed senior status on August 29, 1954. Service terminated on July 29, 1962, due to death.

    Referee in Bankruptcy, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, 1903-1906
    Special state district judge, Harris County, Texas, 1918
  • Kennerly, W. T. - of Knoxville, Knox County, Tenn. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Tennessee, 1940. Still living as of 1940.
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    Our E3b Ancestor?
    Kinnersley Castle
    >The name of "Kinnersley" contains in it the earliest history of the place.
    >Some Saxon colonist, called "Kynard" or a Kineherd" made his clearing (ley)
    >in the dense forest which covered the greater portion of Western
    >Herefordshire, and in the fosse and stockade, raised to protect him from the
    >attack of man and beast, laid the foundation of the future Castle. At what
    >period the stone structure was first erected is impossible to say as most of
    >it has been effaced by later building on its site, but supposing it to have
    >been coeval with the earliest part of the Church, it would be Norman. It
    >formed, at an early period, the home of a family which took its name from
    >their place of residence and the old pedigree of the Kinnersleys or
    >Kynardeslys is adorned with the representation of a moated Castle (of a very
    >conventional type) in front of which stands an old man, halberd in hand and
    >supported by twelve armed men, awaiting passage across the drawbridge of
    >three mounted solseirs. The preamble of the pedigree informs us that this
    >represents John de Kynardsley and his son receiving the sheriff and his
    >officers when they came by the Conqueror's order to survey the land for the
    >Domesday Book! It is recorded "there was an ould gentleman that lived and was owner of Kynnardsleye Castle, in com. Hereford; by name John de Kynnardsleye, and by title a knight. This ould gentleman was blind, he had then liveing with him twelve sonnes who with himself he armed and stood in his castle gate, his halberd in his hand, attending the coming of sherriffs and other commissrs from ye king, who being arrived, demanded of him by what tenure he held his castle and lands; ye ould knight replied by his armes, showing to them his halberd."  It adds "the armes ye Kynnardsleys bore at first was Azure a Lyon rampant argent, until one Hugh de Kynardsley went into the Holy land >with Prince Edward in vita H.3. where he received knighthood and had ye Hierusalem Crosses added to his Coate of Armes." The Domesday Book itself does not confirm this and Kinnersley has been identified as "Walelege" (Ailey) one of two places in N.W. Herefordshire where a Castle (domus defensabilis) is recorded then in the hands of Gilbert Fitz Tuold, but "Kinnardsley" held by Ralph of Mortimer is marginally noted as "Kinnardsley"
    >in the Balliol copy. The Victoria County History identifies it as
    >"Curdeslege," held by Gryffydd ap (son of) mariadoc. All may be true as the
    >manor may have been divided at this time. The de Kynardesleys may have been
    >living here but did not hold the Manor directly from the King or a Suzerain
    >Baron. The name Elburga's Ley or clearing is interesting as this appears to
    >be a woman's name possibly the widow of Kynard, early feminism?
    >
    Philmore's recent publication on Herefordshire Domesday Book supports
    "Elburgelega" which Richard held from the Mortimers, Edreic having been told 'he could go where he would". The detail reads "I hide which pays tax, in
    Lordship 2 ploughs, 3 villagers, 6 smallholders with 4 ploughs. It was waste
    value now 30/-." The de Kynardsleys may well have been descended from "Richard'.
    >
    >>From other records it can be stated that one Hugh de Kynardesley was Sheriff of Herefordshire in 1250 and that while in the discharge of his office he was taken ill, whereupon Robert de Trillet clerk, and Reginald de Rode were >appointed to adjust and pass his accounts, (Mem. Scacc. 35 Hen. III Rot. 17:
    >Duncumb. i. 348). From the Monasticon it also appears that he was a
    >benefactor to the Abbey of Craswall, and his name occurs in the list of
    >knights serving under Edward I. In the first year of the reign of Edward III >Richard de Kynardesley occurs in 1316 as lord of Newchurch (at ownship in the Parish), and in 1318 received pardon for having joined in the rebellion of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster. (Parl. Writs.). The last of the family of whom we find mentioned are John de Kynaresley and Matilda his wife who presented to the Parish Church in 1335 and 1339 (Episc. Reg.). Their heiress, (either
    >sister or daughter) married Richard de la Bere, who in right of his wife,
    >became Lord of Kinnersley and obtained in 1340 license to hold a market and
    >fair there. He served as Knight of the Shire in 1355 and won his spurs at the Battle of Crecy. Dying in 1382 he was buried, together with his widow
    >Sibilla, in the Monastery of the Black Friars at Hereford. His son, named
    >Kynard to commemorate his mother's family, presented to the Church of
    >Kynnersleyin 1382 and from his designation "lobiliis vir" we may infer was
    >also knighted, and from this time forward the name of de la Bere becomes
    >prominent in the annals of the County.
    >
    >However, the family of Kynnersley did not die out as a junior branch but had emigrated to Staffordshire at an earlier date, where they have lived until a
    >few years ago and have now moved to the South. Mr. Sneyd-Kynnersley, a recent head of the family not long ago visited the Castle with his wife and are believed to be the first Kynnersleys to have visited it for 600 years! They may be the case here, as in 1223 Llewelyn the Great, when haraying the
    >Marches took "Kynardsleigh" Castle from Baldwin de Hodnet. Henry III took
    >strong action and the Castle was restored to its owner, it cannot however be
    >proved with certainty this was the Castle though the King was at Hereford and Leominster during this campaign. The outstanding historical interest which attaches both to the house of de la Bere and the Castle of Kinnersley is derived from an incident in the life of the unfortunate Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, of which full details have survived in contemporary MS.
    >It will be remembered that among the powerful nobles who helped Richard III
    >to seize the Crown one of the most active was the Duke of Buckingham, a man
    >in whose veins no little of the royal blood of England ran. Whether there
    >arose in his mind a natural reaction when he saw the evil results which
    >attended his too successful exertions and remorse led him to seek their
    >reversal cannot be determined with certainty, but it is evident that the
    >Duke, in spite of honors received early conceived a hatred against the King
    >as is clearly shown in Shakespeare's Richard III. The scene where Richard
    >avoids confirming the earldom of Hereford on the Duke exemplifies this.
    >Archbishop Morton, a zealous Lancastrian, directed his attention to the young Earl of Richmond, as the only person who could free the nation from Richard's tyranny and accordingly the Duke raised in his favour the standard of revolt in the Welsh Marches where his own influence was predominant. Amongst others he owned the castles of Hay and Huntington. His plan, however, failed partly due to the floods which made the Severn impassable, and partly by the hesitation displayed by the Courtenays and other fellow conspirators.
    The Duke therefore "came from Brecknoke to Webblie and with him brought my Lady his wife, my Lorde Stafforde and my Lord Henrie and there tarried one week and send for the gentlemen of the country unto him, an when he had spoken with them departed then and at his departing delivered his Son and Heir to Sir Richard Delabere knight for to keep until he sent for him by a token."
    >Most faithfully did both Sir Richard and his wife Elizabeth fulfill this
    >trust, concealing the youthful family of the Duke at Kinnersley and thus
    >averting from them the same bloody fate which involved their father, (See
    >Shakespeare). However his family were saved from Richard;s wrath, his son and heir getting away from Kinnersley riding a pillow as a gentlewoman to a
    >"Widdowe House in Harrefforde".
    >
    >Somewhere about 1588 the property was sold to Roger Vaughan of Cleiro (Clyro) Radnorshire, some 9 miles up the Wye Valley. Roger Vaughan was a Great Grandson of the second son of Thomas Vaughan and Helen Gethyn of Hergest, near Kington whence came the famous Welsh manuscript the Red Book of Hergest. Legends about "Black Vaughan" and the Phantom Black Dog are widely known and recounted in "Malvern Chase"; he was killed at the Battle of Banbury, his father Sir Roger Vaughan of Bredwardine was killed at Agincourt.
    To return to Roger Vaghan, he had led a prominent public life in both Radnor
    >and Brecknockshire having been High Sherif of both counties and M.P. for 11
    >years for Radnorshrie. His wife retained the aristocratic but dying Welsh
    >custom of having no surname being daughter of ap Rhys to 5 names 'ap' meaning "son of". Roger Vaughan now set about entirely reconstructing the Castle in the then current fashion at great expense.
    >
    >Unfortunately and most extraordinarily no records of any description of this >vast work have survived and in fact this is the first time it has been
    >correctly stated in print. It is not known when it was started, how long it
    >took, or if it was ever finished. All that can be stated with certainty is
    >that his name does not appear in public life in Radnorshire after 1587 and he was living at Kinnersley in 1601. The work must have taken several years
    >between these dates. He has however left proof of his work. His crest is over the fireplace in the Solar and the plasterwork of that room must be
    >Elizabethan, see later description. They occur also on the Drawing Room Door >and almost certainly, but much worn, on the headstone over the South Gable.
    >He died in 1607 and his son John, who had married Joan Baynham (ab Einon) of
    >Clowerwall Glos. Lady of Abenhall and Micheldean, died in 1618 leaving as
    >heir his 3 year old son Baynham Baughan. Joan a staunch Catholic sold
    >Kinnersley in that year and retired to her own property in Gloucestershire
    >where she suffered for her faith all her life including being imprisoned at
    >Gloucester in 1641 for treason. The direct line apparently became extinct
    >about 1704 but the name Baynham has been retained in the well-known Catholic
    >Vaughan family of "Courtfield" Welsh Bicknor, near Symonds Yat into this
    >Century, of this family was Cardinal Vaughan. From this Catholic connection a Priests' Hole has been found at Kinnersley recently. It consists of what were formerly loose floorboards and carefully trimmed beams between which one can drop into a cavity over the closet in the hall below and thence into two
    >disused chimney shafts adjoining. Unfortunately, it has not proved practical >to show this which is under our bathroom plumbing!
    >
    >By Joan Vaughan the Castle was sold in 1618 to Francis Smallman, a younger
    >son of the Elton family of that name, who after serving as M.P. for
    >Leominster in 1620 died at Kinnersley in 1633. His son, by his second
    >marriage, succeeded him and married a daughter of that gallant cavalier Sir
    >Robert Whitney, who surviving her husband, remarried John Booth of Letton,
    >"an old Royalist and a zealous lover of the Church of England." (mon. Ins. in Cathederal). Kinnersley passed with Lucy, elder daughter and co-heiress of >William Smallman to her husband James Pytts of Kyre co. Worcester. He sold it about the year 1660 to Sir Thomas Morgan, knight (created a Baronet 1 Feb. >1660-1), a member of an old Herefordshire family seated at Vowchuch in the
    >Golden Valley, and distinguished as one of the most successful parliamentary >officers in the West of England. As Major Morgan he had been second in
    >command to Colonel Birch at the taking of Hereford by siege in the Civil War.
    >
    >Major General Morgan, Governor of Edinbugh stood high in the favour of Monk
    >and in 1660 held the Castles of Edinbugh and Leith and commanded the Scottish Army when Monk went southwards to prepare the way for the restoration of Charles II; and it was in recognition of his important military services that the dignity of a Baronet and the governorship of the Island of Jersey were subsequently conferred upon him. His son and successor was sometime governor of Chester Castle and M.P. for the county and at his death in 1689 left issue (besides a son who succeeded him in the estates and representation of the county) two daughters, the elder of whom married John Walsham, Esq., of Knill Court and the younger became the wife of Thomas Clutton of Pensax. Worcestershire, to whose children Price, James and Henry Clutton in succession, Kinnersley was bequeathed by their cousin the last Baronet, who having also represented the County as M.P. died without heir in 1767.
    >
    >Sir Henry Morgan the Buccaneer and later Governor of Jamaica is (inter alia) >stated to be the brother of the first Sir Thomas Morgan.
    >
    >Thomas Clutton, Esq. sold Kinnersley in 1801 to Leonard Parkinson, Esq. whose daughter and heir married in 1812 J.A.Graham Clarke, Esq., of Newcastle-on Tyne. From Mr. Clarke the Castle and Manor were purchased by Thomas Reavely, Esq., in about 1855. His daughter married George Fredrick Bodley, the Arts and Crafts architect. He designed a wallpaper especially for Kinnersley Castle which is still produced by Watts of Westminster, the firm he founded along with his fellow architects Thomas Garner and Gilbert Scott the younger.  Thomas Reavely built the present porch incorporating the original door into it, also the East Gable, Library bay and the buttress to support the South wing. Some 40 years later the family let the property to tenants which included a Mr.Egerton, Sir John Penefather, a Belgian Hospital during the First World War, and later Major Davey.
    >
    >Sir John Penefather did much restoration work 1904-06 including putting in
    >the fine ceiling in the Ballroom and laying the Ballroom floor. This room had been divided and used as kitchens though originally the Great Hall, it will be noticed that the panelling shows where canvas was nailed over it and it was covered with wallpaper. Sir John also put in electricity and modern
    >plumbing. The Hornsby Hot Bulb Engine of 1891 provided electricity from the
    >early date of 1905 until 1955 through a large range of batteries. The wiring >having given no appreciable faults survived in use on 110V until 1985 when
    >with Fire Brigade pressure it was replaced. The original main switches can
    >still be seen on request.
    >
    >In 1940 the Reavely family sold the Estate to Lord Brocket !!! He resided
    >here until the end of the war then he broke up the estate in 1945 and
    >returned to Brocket Hall, hiring an entire train from Kinnersley station to
    >move his belongings and stock. The Castle and its park were sold to Major and Mrs. Holden who lived here until 1951. In 1952 the Estate was again broken up, and the park land was sold as farm land. At this time most of the ancient park land trees were removed.
    >
    >The Castle passed quickly through several hands of whom only one, Mr. Esmond >Morse, actually lived here and when only for 6 months. In 1954 it was
    >purchased by myself. The family and myself hope we have brought to an end the long period of tenants and the frequent changes of ownership which have not really been favorable to its wellbeing.

    --
    Cliff Baughen
    Homepage:
    http://www.baughen.demon.co.uk/
    Email: cliff@baughen.demon.co.uk
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    US Kennerly deaths (initials indicate who posted the info)
     
    ALBRIGHT, Mabel (KENNERLY); 87; Salisbury NC; Salisbury P; 2002-4-13;
    BEESON, Dorinda (KENNERLY); 94; Fox Chapel PA; Pittsburgh P-G; 2003-12-24;
    BROOKS, Gladys M (KENNERLY); 93; ; Dallas M-N (TX); 2003-6-30;
    BUSHFIELD, Don Kennerly; 81; Shelbyville IN; Indianapolis S-N; 2007-12-1;
    CARROLL, Lilyan "Cody" (KENNERLY); ; Atlanta GA>Twin Falls ID; Times-News; 2001-7-27;
    CETCHOVICH, Rose (KENNERLY); 93; Port Royal SC; Savannah MN (GA); 2005-8-1;
    CHASE, Jennie (KENNERLY); 94; Lenoir NC>Red Fish LA; Shreveport Times; 2003-12-6;
    CLINARD, Hilda K (KENNERLY); 80; Iredell Co NC>Merritt Island FL; Florida Today; 2001-8-3
    CORBETT, Kennerly R; 92; West Columbia SC; P&C; 2006-7-22
    D'ALESANDRO, Nyle (KENNERLY); 77; Springfield SC; The State; 2001-12-4
    DALLIS, Ellen Kennerly miss; 54; Columbia SC; The State; 2004-9-9
    DANTZLER, Dorothy (KENNERLY); 88; Orangeburg SC; The State; 2002-10-14
    DAVIS, Beatrice "Bea" (KENNERLY); 86; Laurens SC; Greenville News; 2004-9-3
    DUNCAN, Eula Lee (KENNERLY); 92; Beaufort SC; The State; 1998-5-19; llblades
    FOX, Frances (KENNERLY); 80; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2005-8-24; wrabb
    HOWELL, Sue (KENNERLY); 89; Asheville NC; Asheville C-T; 2007-2-3; wrabb
    JOHNSON, Gussie (KENNERLY); 87; Wagener SC; The State; 2002-12-22; betsten
    JOHNSTONE, Thomas Kennerly Jr; 91; Greenville SC; Greenville News; 2005-5-1; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Annie "Sugg" (HOLLIDAY); 79; Norway SC; The State; 2002-6-8; betsten
    KENNERLY, Arnold Russell Sr; 89; Sacramento CA; Contra Costa; 1999-7-1; gbuteau
    KENNERLY, Belle (MOSLEY); ; Jacksonville FL; Florida T-U; 1997-7-6; jbwright
    KENNERLY, Bette (SUMMERS); 70; Dallas TX; Lufkin DN; 2002-9-19; bjl
    KENNERLY, Blanche (THOMASON); 82; Spartanburg SC; Spartanburg H-J; 2001-12-1; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Bruce M; 76; Narragansett RI; Prov Journal; 2006-1-25; wgroberge
    KENNERLY, Bruce Reid; 43; Mooresville NC; Hickory R; 2006-8-22; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Carolyn; 60; ; Daily Tribune (NC); 2007-2-15; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Catherine Ethel ( ); 84; Brady TX; San Angelo S-T; 2000-3-9; dhcalk
    KENNERLY, Catherine (JOHNSON); 86; Mooresville NC; Charlotte Obs; 2004-10-11; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Charles Odell  76; Davison Co NC>Gainesville GA; Gainesville T; 1998-8-18; louleo
    KENNERLY, Chrystal Irene (FLORENCE); ; Shelbyville MO>CA; Oakland Tribune; 2006-12-3; dlk
    KENNERLY, Clarence R; 97; Concord CA; Contra Costa; 1998-9-24; gbuteau
    KENNERLY, Clifford William; 53; Roseburg OR; The News-Review; 2004-6-10; bam
    KENNERLY, Clyde C; 87; China Grove NC; Charlotte Obs; 2006-5-26; mfsmith
    KENNERLY, CLyde Cornelius; 87; China Grove NC; Daily Tribune; 2006-5-26; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Clyde Cornelius; 87; China Grove NC; Salisbury P; 2006-5-26; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Colleen (GOVAN); ; ; Wash DC Post (DC); 2005-1-5; bugaboom
    KENNERLY, Debra (HERMAN); 44; Newark NJ>Allentown PA; HomeNewsTrib (NJ); 2006-4-21; mdp
    KENNERLY, Dora; 101; ; Atlanta Journal (GA); 1997-6-29; llblades
    KENNERLY, Dorothy; 81; St Augustine FL; St Augustine Record; 2006-12-7; billspa
    KENNERLY, Douglas Hill; 77; Nashville TN; Leaf Chron; 1999-10-23; bmartz
    KENNERLY, Edward R; 67; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2003-11-13; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Ella C; 96; Orangeburg SC>Harrisburg PA; Harrisburg P-N; 2006-5-11; mam
    KENNERLY, Esther K (KESSLER); 93; Kirkwood MO>Bonnie IL; Register-News; 2002-5-7; krumspa
    KENNERLY, Farrill Spradley; 77; Concord NC; Asheville C-T; 2003-8-15; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Florence G (POLT); ; Buffalo NY; Buffalo News; 1999-10-5; opnjudy
    KENNERLY, Fred Lee; 92; Easley SC; Greenville News; 2006-12-8; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Garnet Bryson; 87; Asheville NC; Asheville C-T; 2006-5-14; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Gay R; 91; Asheville NC; Asheville C-T; 2006-8-2; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Glen H; 78; Wichita KS; Wichita Eagle; 2005-6-15; dlcict
    KENNERLY, Gwaine (HAGER); 82; Mooresville NC; Charlotte Obs; 2005-12-25; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Hadyn J B Mrs ( ); 90; Calgary AB>Dunnellon FL; Ocala S-B; 2006-4-11; mcgsfl
    KENNERLY, Hammond; ; Denmark SC; The State; 2004-6-4; betsten
    KENNERLY, Harold Stephens; 81; Columbia SC; Tallahassee D (FL); 1971-7-26; whamo
    KENNERLY, Hazel (DODSON)[ENGLISH]; 87; Hanson OK>Eagle Point OR; Mail Trib; 2003-5-22;
    KENNERLY, Holly M; 75; Springfield SC; Augusta Ch (GA); 2005-8-25; bearcat
    KENNERLY, Ivarene (MARTIN); 78; Lufkin TX; Lufkin DN; 2004-12-12; bjl
    KENNERLY, James Manson Jr; 40; Sewaneey TN>Tallahassee FL; Tallahassee D; 2007-10-21; KENNERLY, James Stewart; 87; China Grove NC; Charlotte Obs; 1998-8-11; tfstory
    KENNERLY, Jimmie M (FORREST); ; Saluda SC; Augusta Ch (GA); 1999-4-14; bearcat
    KENNERLY, Joanne (HUME); 81; Oregon City OR; Oregonian; 2005-11-27; jirt
    KENNERLY, Katie Ruby (CHERRY); 84; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2006-1-21; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Kenneth S; 83; Midland TX; Odessa A; 2003-3-20; cwkirsch
    KENNERLY, L Gordon; 79; Aiken SC; Augusta Ch (GA); 2006-9-19; bearcat
    KENNERLY, Linda (JACKSON); 50; Winchester TN; Tullahoma N&G; 2003-8-31; jparsons
    KENNERLY, Lona Mae (VARNER); 95; Neeses SC; The State; 2002-9-24; betsten
    KENNERLY, Louis E "Brother"; 69; Shelbyville TN; Tullahoma N&G; 2007-3-2; jparsons
    KENNERLY, Lucile (ROGERS); 90; Aiken SC>Tallahassee FL; Tallahassee D; 1996-6-4; whamo
    KENNERLY, Maggie L (LIVINGSTON); 95; Orangeburg SC; The State; 2003-1-11; betsten
    KENNERLY, Marcia L (CARTER)[BROWN]; 50; Pleasant Hill CA; Contra Costa; 2002-2-23; gbuteau
    KENNERLY, Mary Elizabeth (LACKEY); 79; Mooresville NC; Statesville L; 2003-1-4; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Mary Lee (HELMS); 85; Mooresville NC; Charlotte Obs; 2002-11-28; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Mattie Lee (PALMER); 82; Orangeburg SC; The State; 2004-10-21; betsten
    KENNERLY, Michael W; 49; Gainesville FL; Florida T-U; 2000-2-27; retftrdoc
    KENNERLY, Mildred (PLUMMER); 86; Charlotte NC>Greenville SC; Greenville News; 2000-11-3;
    KENNERLY, Nell M (LANDRY); 80; Baton Rouge LA>Oregon OH; Blade; 2002-3-6; cousin
    KENNERLY, Nettie (SIMMONS); 86; Winchester TN; Tullahoma N&G; 2000-6-2; jparsons
    KENNERLY, Patricia (ALLEN); 58; Apopka FL; Florida T-U; 1999-12-3; retftrdoc
    KENNERLY, Patricia "Patsy" (ALLEN); 58; Apopka FL; OS; 1999-12-2; kat
    KENNERLY, Paul J Sr; 66; Naples FL; Naples D-N; 2000-11-21; hmg
    KENNERLY, Paul J Sr; 66; Naples FL; Naples D-N; 2000-11-22; hmg
    KENNERLY, Phyllis Ann (GATTIS); 62; Davidson NC; Raleigh N & O; 2005-6-20; atjaden
    KENNERLY, Ralph Eugene; 58; Mooresville NC; Charlotte Obs; 1998-8-11; tfstory
    KENNERLY, Robert B "Charlie"; 75; Phil Campbell AL; Times-Daily; 1999-5-31; alangley
    KENNERLY, Robert Lewis; 81; Mooresville NC; Mooresville T; 2002-7-10; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Ronald Earl; 50; Albany OR; Albany DH; 2003-1-17; cmc
    KENNERLY, Sadie (LEAB); 82; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2003-3-8; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Stephen Lynn; 65; Huston TX>Anacortes WA; AnacortesAm; 2006-12-27; jfco
    KENNERLY, Teresa (DONAHUE); 37; Mooresville NC; Salisbury P; 2001-4-27; wrabb
    KENNERLY, Thomas Everton; 97; TX; Houston Chronicle; 2000-4-14; jhodgin
    KENNERLY, Thomas William; 81; Clermont FL; Daily Commercial; 2002-2-26; jjphethean
    KENNERLY, Valerie (POOLE); 92; Springfield SC; The State; 2004-10-7; betsten
    KENNERLY, Vernon W; 82; Detroit MI>Port Richey FL; Tampa Trib; 2005-3-17; evallie
    KENNERLY, Virginia (CARSON); 75; Orangeburg SC; The State; 2003-10-20; betsten
    KENNERLY, Warren; 89; Knoxville TN; Knoxville N-S; 1998-12-26; dmbischoff
    KENNERLY, Wash Keever; 86; Mooresville NC; Charlotte Obs; 2004-10-29; wrabb
    KENNERLY, William Brown "Bill"; 91; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2006-3-29; wrabb
    KENNERLY, William F; 81; Walnut Creek CA; Contra Costa; 2005-9-24; gbuteau
    KENNERLY, William J; 71; Splendora TX; The Marine Officer (DC); 1999-10-15; glhia
    KENNERLY, William L Jr; 69; Swansea SC; The State; 2002-3-1; betsten
    KENNERLY, William Lawrence Blane "Larry"; 75; Asheville NC; Asheville C-T; 2006-3-23; wrabb
    KNOUFF, Inez (EDMONDS-KENNERLY)[SCARBOROUGH]; 87; Socastee SC; Paducah S (KY); 2002-10-1; mcc
    LAMBERT, Kennerly B; 85; Apache Junction AZ; AZ Republic; 1999-3-6; ghubacka
    LAWING, Katheryn (KENNERLY); 82; Mooresville NC; Mooresville T; 2006-2-3; wrabb
    MATTHEWS, Donna (KENNERLY); 57; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2005-9-18; wrabb
    MERIWETHER, Glenna (KENNERLY); 94; ; Decatur H&R (IL); 2000-9-14; mlouferg
    MOORE, Linda (KENNERLY); 88; Iredell Co NC>Ocean Springs MS; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2002-10-23; wrabb
    MOORER, Truette (KENNERLY); 80; Holly Hill SC; The State; 2002-9-13; betsten
    PARSONS, Charlye Faye (KENNERLY)[HOLLAND]; ; Statesville NC>Virginia Beach VA; Norfolk V-P; 2007-7-12; jsne
    PEELE, Marietta K (KENNERLY)[MARTIN]; 88; Swansea SC; The State; 1998-8-24; llblades
    POWER, Ruth Kennerly "Topsy"; 89; East Baton Rouge Parish LA; Shreveport Times; 2001-4-8; pepper
    SALLEY, Mary Lou (KENNERLY); 67; Columbia SC; The State; 2001-7-3; betsten
    SHEALY, Ada T (KENNERLY); 82; Beaufort SC; Augusta Ch (GA); 1999-5-13; bearcat
    SHOOK, Eloise (KENNERLY); 75; ; Charlotte Obs (NC); 2005-2-25; wrabb
    SLUSSER, LaVerne (KENNERLY); 88; Roseburg OR; The News-Review; 2007-8-31; bam
    SQUIRES, Elizabeth "Liz" (SAMPSON)[KENNERLY]; ; Tallahassee FL; Tallahassee D; 2003-6-28; whamo
    STEWART, Sarah Marie (KENNERLY); 81; Mooresville NC>Loris SC; The State; 2003-4-18; betsten
    STITT, Dorothy LaValle (COLLINS)[KENNERLY]; 90; Logansport IN>Antioch CA; Contra Costa; 2008-3-20; gbuteau
    STRUTZENBERG, Anne Elizabeth (KENNERLY); 53; Oregon City OR; Oregonian; 2005-10-16; jirt
    TILGHMAN, Virginia (KENNERLY); 98; Alexandria VA; Wash DC Post (DC); 1998-7-9; jwilly
    VAIGNEUR, Mary Bessie (KENNERLY); 93; Beaufort SC; The State; 1998-10-12; llblades
    WERNER, Cori C (KENNERLY); 62; Midland MI; Midland D-N; 2005-5-19; cidis
    WHITMAN, Harlon (KENNERLY); 83; Greensboro NC; Charlotte Obs; 2002-12-1; wrabb
    DUNCAN, Betty Lou (KENERLY); 67; Winston-Salem NC; Winston-Salem J; 1999-2-19; bearcat
    KENERLY, Bernice (THOMPSON); 74; Lilburn GA; Atlanta Journal; 1998-5-12; llblades
    KENERLY, Carl V Sr; 71; Springfield OH; Dayton D-N; 2002-3-12; mghearing
    KENERLY, George H Sr; 85; Fayetteville NC; Fayetteville O; 2005-6-3; glenn
    KENERLY, Gilmer Reavis; 89; Salisbury NC; Salisbury P; 2006-4-24; wrabb
    KENERLY, Louise (McCARN); 93; Brevard NC; Asheville C-T; 2006-8-22; wrabb
    KENERLY, Marion Harold; 72; Clermont FL; Daily Commercial; 2003-1-16; jjphethean
    KENERLY, Mary ( ); 57; Mott ND>Merced CA; Merced Sun Star; 1998-12-14; elml
    KENERLY, Mildred (WILLIAMS); 75; Wilkesboro NC>St Joe Beach FL; SJ Star; 1999-6-10; sjecha
    KENERLY, Raymond Hendrix; 88; Salisbury NC; Salisbury P; 2002-2-17; wrabb
    KENERLY, Willie (RUDACIL); ; Salisbury NC; Salisbury P; 2005-8-20; wrabb
    CLAYTON, Maude Bethel (KENERLEY); 87; Shelby NC; Shelby Star; 1999-9-10; wrabb
    KENERLEY, John E Jr Rev; 71; Danville VA>Bloomington IL; Journal Star; 2007-6-13; evallie
    BISWELL, Julie L (PUSHECK)[KENNERLEY]; 41; Joliet IL>Smartville CA; Grass Valley U; 2002-3-2; dlk
    CLAWSON, William Kennerley "Ken"; 86; Mississauga ON; Toronto G&M; 2001-10-10; sw
    DAVIS, Beatrice "Bea" (KENNERLEY); 86; Newberry SC; The State; 2004-9-3; betsten
    JAMES, Louise (KENNERLEY); ; MO; St Louis P-D; 1998-9-16; whook
    KENNERLEY, Alice Eugenia "Jean" ( ); 74; Waltham MA>Raleigh NC; Intelligencer Record (PA); 2000-5-2; mcs
    KENNERLEY, Alice Josephine; 77; Palmerston North NZL; Manawatu S; 1997-2-13; sylviald
    KENNERLEY, Arnold Russell Jr "Russ"; 66; Lower Lake CA; Clear Lake Ob; 2003-12-3; eml
    KENNERLEY, Barbara Lorraine ( ); 95; Concord CA; Contra Costa; 1998-11-19; gbuteau
    KENNERLEY, Carl D Jr; 65; Louisville KY>Sarasota FL; Sarasota H-T; 2000-8-27; sarcher
    KENNERLEY, Cora (GRAYSON); 83; Kings Mountain NC; Gaston G; 1999-6-20; wrabb
    KENNERLEY, Genevieve E (BROWN); 88; Medford OR; Mail Tribune; 2000-7-6; billeter
    KENNERLEY, James William; 81; Niagara Falls ON; Niagara Falls Rev; 2007-4-26; nutters
    KENNERLEY, Katie B (WOFFORD); 85; Paducah KY; Paducah S; 2001-10-19; mcc
    KENNERLEY, Marjorie Lois ( ); 91; Walnut Creek CA; Contra Costa; 2004-7-9; gbuteau
    KENNERLEY, Mary Catherine miss; 86; Newberry SC; The State; 2002-6-22; betsten
    KENNERLEY, Ruby (EZZELLE); 83; Charlotte NC; Charlotte Obs; 2004-1-31; wrabb
    KENNERLEY, William F; ; Walnut Creek CA; SF Chronicle; 2005-9-25; mgrubbe
    NUTTER, Irene (KENNERLEY); 79; London ON; London F-P; 2006-6-21; nutters
    SHORE, Irma Jane (KINNERLY); 93; Raymond IL; Springfield J-R; 1999-8-23; jal
     
     
     Cheshire Kennerly records
    1. ELIZ KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 05 DEC 1758 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    2. ELIZ KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 01 JUL 1764 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    3. THOMAS KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 23 OCT 1750 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    4. THOS KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 15 MAR 1751 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    5. THO KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 12 APR 1761 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    6. ANNE KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 09 FEB 1755 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    7. HANNAH KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 28 MAR 1756 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    8. JOHN KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 19 FEB 1764 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    9. JAMES KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 23 JAN 1757 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    10. JAMES KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 27 MAR 1763 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    11. JAMES KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 26 APR 1767 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    12. JAMES KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 01 MAY 1768 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    13. MARY KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 14 MAR 1756 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    14. MARY KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 02 JUL 1758 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    15. MARY KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 12 JUL 1762 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    16. SARAH KENNERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 23 SEP 1753 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    17. SARAH KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 14 DEC 1755 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    18. SARAH KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 11 OCT 1765 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    19. WILL KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 27 JAN 1753 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    20. WILL KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 13 APR 1755 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    21. WILLM. KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 18 JAN 1765 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    22. WILL KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 07 FEB 1766 Congleton, Cheshire, England
    2. THOS KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 16 FEB 1800 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    4. ELLIN KENERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 09 OCT 1763 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    7. MARY KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 11 SEP 1785 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    8. MARY KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 21 JAN 1798 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    11. JHN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 14 JUN 1778 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    12. JOHN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 19 OCT 1794 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    13. JOHN KENNERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 10 FEB 1796 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    14. JOHN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 04 MAY 1800 Davenham, Cheshire, England
     

    20. EDWD KENNERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 28 JUL 1765 Davenham, Cheshire, England

    23. CATHERINE KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 12 SEP 1717 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    24. JOSEPH KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 06 JAN 1782 Davenham, Cheshire, England
    25. JOSEPH KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 09 NOV 1800 Davenham, Cheshire, England

     
    1. JOHN KENNERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 11 NOV 1764 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    2. JOHN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 31 DEC 1775 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    3. KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 08 MAR 1772 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    4. EDWARD JACKSON KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 08 NOV 1772 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    5. ANNE KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 04 SEP 1748 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    6. HANNAH KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 14 OCT 1764 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    7. MARY KENERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 12 MAR 1746 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    8. MARY KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 19 JUL 1767 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    9. GEO KENNERLY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 02 DEC 1764 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    10. THOS KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 26 OCT 1628 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    11. THOS KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 12 JUL 1772 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    12. THOS KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 25 OCT 1778 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
    13. MARTHA KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 24 JUN 1770 Lower Peover, Cheshire, England
     
    2. HANNAH KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 18 JUL 1742 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
    3. ANN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 02 OCT 1748 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
    4. ANN KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Female Christening: 07 OCT 1753 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
    5. PETER KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 13 MAY 1744 Over Peover, Cheshire, England

    8. SAMUEL KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 20 APR 1746 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
    9. WILLIAM KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 26 JUL 1741 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
    10. WILLIAM KENNERLEY - International Genealogical Index
    Gender: Male Christening: 22 DEC 1764 Over Peover, Cheshire, England
     
     
    Some Cheshire Wills
     
    First Name Surname Abode Occupation Year
    RANDLE KENNERLEY CHURCH MINSHULL YEOMAN 1660
    ELLINOR KENNERLEY STUBLACH   1667
    ELLENOR KENNERLEY SWETTENHAM WIDOW 1672
    ROGER KENNERLEY GREAT BUDWORTH HUSBANDMAN 1679
    ELIZABETH KENNERLEY SEWTTENHAM SPINSTER 1695
    THOMAS KENNERLEY CHURCH MINSHULL YEOMAN 1698
    EDWARD KENNERLEY RUDHEATH BLACKSMITH 1701
    JOHN KENNERLEY NEWTON YEOMAN 1705
    JANE KENNERLEY CHURCH MINSHULL   1706
    EDWARD KENNERLEY MIDDLEWICH SHOEMAKER 1708
    JOHN KENNERLY GOOSTREY YEOMAN 1749
    THOMAS KINNERLEY CHURCH MINSHULL, LEIGH GREEN YEOMAN 1627
    MARGARET KINNERLEY LOSTOCK WIDOW 1667
     
    Kennerley's buried in England
    KENNERLEY 1628 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLEY Anna 1679 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Ben 1757 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Catherine 1694 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Cisley 1657 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Edwardus 1629 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Elizabetha 1702 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Jacobus 1701 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY James 1689 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY James 1733 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Johes 1628 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Johes 1719 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLEY John 1749 Staffordshire
    KENNERLEY Johnes 1709 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Josha 1704 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Lidia 1684 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Maria 1684 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Martha 1712 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Martha 1766 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Mary 1735 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Mary 1767 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLEY Samuel 1739 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Sara 1710 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLEY Sarah 1692 Cheshire
    KENNERLEY Thomas 1645 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENDERLEY Ann 1762 Yorkshire (North Riding)
    KENDERLEY Joseph 1762 Yorkshire (North Riding)
    KENDERLEY Joseph 1770 Yorkshire (North Riding)  
    KENDERLEY Margaret 1763 Yorkshire (North Riding)
    KENDERLY James 1728 Suffolk
    KENDERLY Phoebe 1735 Suffolk
    KENERLAY Joseph 1706 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENERLEY John 1690 Cheshire
    KENERLEY John 1721 Cheshire
    KENERLEY Joshua 1700 Cheshire
    KENERLEY Mary 1684 Lancashire  
    KENERLEY Sarah 1708 Cheshire
    KENERLEY Susanna 1709 Cheshire
    KENERLY Jenitt 1664 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENERLY Margaret 1684 Cheshire
    KENERLY Phoebe 1718 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENERLY Will 1664 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENERSLY Phillip 1700 Surrey
    KENERSLY William 1714 Worcestershire
    KENNEER Elizabeth 1767 Surrey
    KENNELY James 1761 Staffordshire  
    KENNELY Mary 1766 Northumberland  
    KENNER Andrew 1735 Northumberland  
    KENNERLY Ann 1659 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLY Ann 1722 Kent  
    KENNERLY Ann 1743 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLY David 1716 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLY Hannah 1737 Yorkshire (West Riding)  
    KENNERLY John 1709 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLY John 1760 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLY Mary 1766 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLY Sarah 1710 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERLY William 1730 Yorkshire (West Riding)
    KENNERSLEY Mary 1745 Warwickshire
    KENNERSLY Edward 1631 Staffordshire
    KENNIER James 1744 Surrey
    KINNERLY Elizabeth 1730 Staffordshire
    KINNERLY Thomas 1759 Staffordshire
     
     
    Chester Freeman after 1750
    Surname Firstname Abode Occupation Year made free Day made free How made free Notes
    Kennerley Benjamin Chester Cordwainer 1759 February 15 Indenture (apprenticeship)  
    Kennerley James Chester Gentleman 1808 August 28 Indenture (apprenticeship)
    Kynnersley Edmund McKenzie Sneyd Boughton Lodge Gentleman 1911 July 8 Birth See Sneyd
    Sneyd-Kynnersley Edmund McKenzie Boughton Lodge Gentleman 1911 July 8 Birth (see Kynnersley).
     
    Kennerley's buried in Overleigh Cemetery, Cheshire England
    Kennerley John 47 y 02/04/1886 05/04/1886
    Kennerley Peter James 7 days 07/01/1929 09/01/1929
     
    Kennerley's who left England for the USA in the late 1800's to early 1900's
    KENNERLAY John  1881 M 1910 Liverpool Canada Montreal  
    KENNERLEY   1862 M 1890 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLEY   M 1905 Southampton South Africa Cape  
    KENNERLEY   M 1908 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLEY 1882 1906 Liverpool Canada Montreal    
    KENNERLEY Albert  1901 M 1953 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY Albt  1889 M 1913 Liverpool USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Arnold  1894 M 1920 Liverpool Canada Halifax  
    KENNERLEY Arnold  1895 M 1957 Liverpool Canada Montreal
    KENNERLEY Arthur  1893 M 1920 Glasgow Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY Arthur  1918 M 1948 Southampton Canada Halifax    
    KENNERLEY Arthur  1910 M 1948 Southampton Canada Halifax    
    KENNERLEY 1917 M 1947 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY C D 1914 M 1929 London Australia Brisbane  
    KENNERLEY Chas  M 1901 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY David  1939 M 1948 Southampton Canada Halifax  
    KENNERLEY E C 1870 M 1897 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY E W 1879 M 1906 Liverpool USA Boston    
    KENNERLEY Evelyn  1879 M 1953 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY M 1911 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY 1897 M 1948 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY 1948 M 1952 London South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY F J 1890 M 1909 Liverpool USA Philadelphia    
    KENNERLEY F R 1897 M 1924 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY F R 1897 M 1934 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY F R M 1947 London New Zealand New Zealand    
    KENNERLEY Francis  1900 M 1929 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Francis  1891 M 1951 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Francis  1890 M 1959 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Francis J 1884 M 1925 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Frank  1907 M 1948 Southampton Canada Halifax    
    KENNERLEY 1888 M 1915 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLEY Geo  1912 M 1920 Glasgow Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY Geoffrey  1902 M 1949 Tilbury Portugal Lisbon  
    KENNERLEY Geoffrey  1902 M 1952 Southampton Portugal Lisbon    
    KENNERLEY George  1872 M 1913 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY George  1898 M 1924 Liverpool Canada Saint John NB    
    KENNERLEY George  1904 M 1933 Liverpool Canada Montreal    
    KENNERLEY George  1909 M 1949 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Gerda  1908 M 1912 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY Gordon  1899 M 1928 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY Gordon  1924 M 1928 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY 1893 M 1909 London Australia Sydney    
    KENNERLEY H A M 1911 Liverpool India Calcutta    
    KENNERLEY H F 1877 M 1900 Liverpool Canada Montreal    
    KENNERLEY Harry  1890 M 1914 Liverpool Australia Sydney    
    KENNERLEY Herbert  1899 M 1924 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY Infant  1889 M 1890 London Australia Sydney    
    KENNERLEY 1844 M 1907 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY 1894 M 1920 London Australia Sydney    
    KENNERLEY 1898 M 1921 Liverpool Burma Rangoon    
    KENNERLEY 1921 M 1951 London South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY J E 1899 M 1919 Glasgow Burma Rangoon    
    KENNERLEY J E 1898 M 1924 London South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY J E 1899 M 1927 Liverpool Nigeria Lagos    
    KENNERLEY J E 1897 M 1930 Liverpool Ghana (Gold Coast) Accra    
    KENNERLEY J E 1898 M 1948 Liverpool Nigeria Lagos    
    KENNERLEY J E 1900 M 1950 Liverpool Nigeria Lagos
    KENNERLEY J M 1921 M 1947 London Australia Melbourne
    KENNERLEY James  1890 M 1923 Glasgow Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY James  1920 M 1923 Glasgow Canada Quebec
    KENNERLEY James  1869 M 1933 Liverpool Canada Montreal
    KENNERLEY James  1927 M 1955 Liverpool Canada Montreal  
    KENNERLEY James  1933 M 1958 Southampton Canada Montreal  
    KENNERLEY James H M 1911 Liverpool USA New York
    KENNERLEY Jane A 1909 M 1931 Liverpool Cuba Havana  
    KENNERLEY Joba  1898 M 1934 Dover Guyana (British Guiana) Demerara
    KENNERLEY Joe  1883 M 1910 Liverpool USA Boston
    KENNERLEY John  1884 M 1911 London Australia Adelaide
    KENNERLEY John  1921 M 1928 Liverpool Canada Quebec
    KENNERLEY John  1906 M 1929 Southampton Mexico Veracruz
    KENNERLEY John  1870 M 1933 Manchester Canada Montreal
    KENNERLEY John  1903 M 1949 Southampton Portugal Lisbon
    KENNERLEY John  1934 M 1951 Liverpool Canada Halifax
    KENNERLEY John  1907 M 1951 Liverpool Canada Halifax
    KENNERLEY Juba  1881 M 1910 Liverpool Canada Quebec
    KENNERLEY Juba Elgar 1897 M 1928 London Australia Sydney
    KENNERLEY Juba Elgar 1898 M 1954 Liverpool Nigeria Lagos
    KENNERLEY Julia  1898 M 1931 Southampton Canada Quebec
    KENNERLEY 1914 M 1938 London Australia Melbourne
    KENNERLEY 1913 M 1949 Southampton South Africa Cape
    KENNERLEY 1914 M 1953 Southampton South Africa Cape
    KENNERLEY 1918 M 1956 Southampton South Africa Cape
    KENNERLEY Kinglsye  1914 M 1939 London India Bombay
    KENNERLEY Kingsley  1914 M 1947 London India Bombay
    KENNERLEY 1893 M 1933 Liverpool Canary Islands Las Palmas
    KENNERLEY 1899 M 1934 London South Africa Cape
    KENNERLEY L E 1927 M 1954 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLEY M 1896 Liverpool USA New York
    KENNERLEY M 1897 Liverpool USA New York
    KENNERLEY M 1904 London USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Martha Alice 1893 1919 Plymouth New Zealand Wellington
    KENNERLEY Michael  1935 M 1951 Liverpool Canada Halifax  
    KENNERLEY Michael John 1951 M 1959 Liverpool Burma Rangoon
    KENNERLEY Michel  1902 M 1926 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Michell  1879 M 1922 Southampton USA New York
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  M 1907 London USA New York
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  M 1908 London USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  M 1910 London USA New York  
    KENNERLEY JR Mitchell  M 1911 London USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  M 1911 Liverpool USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  M 1912 London USA New York    
    KENNERLEY JR Mitchell  1906 M 1924 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  1878 M 1925 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  1890 M 1927 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  1869 M 1927 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  1890 M 1928 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Mitchell  1906 M 1931 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Montague  1889 M 1931 London Malaysia Penang  
    KENNERLEY Morley  M 1907 London USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Morley  M 1911 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Morley  1903 M 1924 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Morley  1900 M 1926 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Morley  1903 M 1928 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Morley  1902 M 1932 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Morley  1902 M 1938 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Morley  1903 M 1947 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY Morley  1902 M 1955 Southampton USA New York    
    KENNERLEY 1879 M 1903 Southampton South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY 1933 M 1950 London Australia Sydney    
    KENNERLEY 1933 M 1957 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLEY Norman  1923 M 1924 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY P S 1926 M 1945 Liverpool Kenya Mombasa    
    KENNERLEY Paul  1948 M 1959 Southampton Madeira Madeira  
    KENNERLEY Percy  1905 M 1912 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY 1885 M 1911 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLEY 1950 M 1952 London South Africa Cape    
    KENNERLEY Samuel  1883 M 1913 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY Sidney  1904 M 1912 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY Thomas Cyril 1923 M 1959 Liverpool Burma Rangoon
    KENNERLEY Tom  1911 M 1913 Liverpool Canada Quebec
    KENNERLEY Torley  1903 M 1931 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLEY Vincent  1876 M 1904 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLEY M 1906 London China Shanghai  
    KENNERLEY M 1911 London China Shanghai    
    KENNERLEY William  1879 M 1908 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLEY William  M 1911 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLY Arthur  1882 M 1905 Liverpool Canada Quebec    
    KENNERLY Bryon  1909 M 1941 Liverpool Canada Halifax    
    KENNERLY C S M 1905 Liverpool USA New York    
    KENNERLY Charles S M 1911 London USA New York    
    KENNERLY Claude  1869 M 1924 Liverpool Canada Montreal    
    KENNERLY Francis J 1891 M 1914 Liverpool USA New York
    KENNERLY George  1885 M 1905 Liverpool Canada Quebec  
    KENNERLY James  1869 M 1910 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERLY Matthew  M 1906 Queenstown USA New York  
    KENNERLY Mitchell  1906 M 1939 Southampton USA New York  
    KENNERLY Morley  M 1911 London USA New York
    KENNERLY Peter  1878 M 1909 Liverpool Canada Montreal  
    KENNERSLEY   M 1892 Southampton USA New York
    KENNERSLEY C J M 1911 London Australia Sydney  
    KENNERSLEY Edward  1891 Liverpool USA New York
    KENNERSLEY Edward  M 1891 Liverpool USA New York  
    KENNERSLEY 1880 M 1902 Liverpool Canada Saint John NB
    KENNERSLEY Whitaker  1918 M 1960 Southampton  
    KINNERLEY Edward  1907 M 1934 London Gibraltar Gibraltar
    KINNERLEY 1889 M 1908 London Australia Sydney  
    KINNERLEY W H 1857 M 1932 London Canary Islands Las Palmas  
    KINNERLEY William  M 1929 London Algeria Algiers
    KINNERLEY William  1907 M 1930 London Morocco Tangier  
     
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    Local honorees, medal recipients of WW II Sunday, Aug. 7, 2005 3:00 am

    Editor's Note: The following information was compiled by Susan C. Pyle. It was gathered from several sources and it is not intended to be a complete list. Most of the World War II honorees and award recipients listed were residents of Guilford, Alamance, Rockingham or Randolph counties at the time of their enlistment, in later years, or at the time of their death.
    If you would like to add additional information about other World War II honorees and award recipients from these four counties, you can do so by posting this information at the following Internet Web site address:
    http://www.gotriad.com/go/ww2.

    DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS  "For Heroism or Extraordinary Achievement While Participating in Aerial Flight."

    Kennerly, William G. (with cluster)
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    ENCYCLOPEDIA OF METHODISM -- LETTER-K (1493--1555)
    Embracing Sketches of Its Rise, Progress and Present Condition, With Biographical Notices And Numerous Illustrations.
    Edited by Matthew Simpson, One of the Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
    Fifth Revised Edition Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts 1882 Copyright, 1876 By Everts & Steward
    page 1514 -- KENNERLY, Philip, a minister in the M. E. Church. was born in Virginia, Oct. 18,
    1769 and entered the Baltimore Conference in 1804. On account of disease in the throat he located in 1806; re-entered the Kentucky Conference in 1821, and died the following October. "But his work was done; his temporalities well adjusted; his slaves emancipated; and his sun went down without a cloud."
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