Keith Matthews Name Files

Maritime History Archives

Memorial University of Newfoundland

~Surname KENNEDY~

SURNAME KENNEDY 0-23

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1754 sep Col Recs Jn planter at Carb

Interpretation:

1754 September Source: Newfoundland. Colonial Records Newfoundland Colonial Secretary Outgoing Correspondence from Newfoundland Notes: John Kennedy is a planter at Carbonear

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1761 Jun 16 (queb gaz jjn 64) JN ann ship queb-nfld 400 gal rum

Interpretation:

1761 Jun 16 Source: (Quebec Gazette June 64 ?) Notes: John Kennedy ship Ann Quebec to Newfoundland 400 gallons rum

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1762 nov lester diary CAPT "Dolphin" sloop owned Lester trin for england with lester passenger

Interpretation:

1762 November Source: Diary of Issac and Benjamin Lester, Poole and Newfoundland Merchants. Captain Kennedy of sloop "Dolphin" Trinity to England with Lester passenger.

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1762 dec 17 lester diary CAPT JN "Dolphin" Trinity for Poole with Lester passengers.

Interpretation:

1762 December 17 Source: Diary of Issac and Benjamin Lester, Poole and Newfoundland Merchants. Captain John Kennedy "Dolphin" Trinity for Poole with Lester as passengers.

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1776 2 Aug CB ang Jn/Cath had son Wm

Interpretation:

1776 August 2 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: John and Catherine Kennedy had a son William

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1778 15 Nov CB ang Jn/Ann had son Jn

Interpretation:

1778 November 15 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland. Notes: John and Ann Kennedy had a son John

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1781 Sept archive Jn 1 house lower div St. Jns

Interpretation:

1781 September Source: Provincial Archives of Newfoundland and Labrador. Published Lists 1] Old Properties Early Residents, St. Johnís 1780-1781 Notes: John Kennedy had a house in the Lower Division of St. Johnís Newfoundland

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1781 30 Dec. cb Ang Jn/Anne had son Jona Shepard baptised publicly

Interpretation:

1781 December 30 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland. Notes: Self explained

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1782 25 nov. CB ang Jn/Bridgt had d Eliz publicly baptised

Interpretation:

1782 November 25 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: John and Bridget Kennedy had their daughter Elizabeth baptised publicly. (Prior to 1784 Catholics had their children baptized in private/secretly)

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1784 14 Mar CB ang Jn/ann had a son geo at carb

Interpretation:

1784 March 14 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: John and Ann Kennedy had a son George at Carbonear


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1784 HG Church Jn/Jane of Crockers Cove Carb? d Julia married Darby Hartery

Interpretation:1784 Source: Harbour Grace Church Records Notes: The daughter of John and Jane Kennedy, Julia, of Crockers Cove, Carbonear married Darby Hartery.

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1788 27 Oct CB ang Jn/Cath had son Geo at Hg

Interpretation:

1788 October 27 1788 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland. Notes: John and Catherine had a son George at Harbour Grace, Newfoundland

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1790 8 May CB ang Jn/Sarah had son Wm at PG.

Interpretation :

1790 May 8 1790 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland. Notes: John and Sarah Kennedy had a son William at Port de Grave, Newfoundland

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1790 17 Sept CB ang JN son Terence/Mary baptised Carb

Interpretation:

1790 September 17 1790 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland. Notes: John the son of Terence and Mary Kennedy was baptized in Carbonear, Newfoundland.

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1794-5 Census Jn rent no 36 PH came Nfld 1774-5 single 4 dieters with family catholics

Interpretation:

1794-1795 Source: Newfoundland Cencus Notes: John Kennedy rented at 36 Petty Harbour, Newfoundland with a Catholic family

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1795 12 Nov. Hr Grace min bk Jn sued for L12 by Wm Illily to pay

Interpretation :

1795 November 12 1795 Source: Newfoundland. Harbour Grace Minute Book. Court Records Notes: Self explained

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1805 1 Oct sup ct Jn sued for L350 ( jn newell ) insurance placed in London on Sharp schr Jn Keates in Feb coasting/fishing/sealing Apr-Oct which was lost. To get

Interpretation:

1805 Oct 1 Source: Newfoundland. Supreme Court of Newfoundland Court Records Notes: John Kennedy sued and apparently won against London insurance company for 350 Pounds for the loss of Sharp schooner Jn Keats

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1808 8 Nov. Sup Ct Writ Jn sued Wm Welsh for 61/17/-

Interpretation:

1808 November 8 Source: Newfoundland Conception Bay Surrogate Court Records Notes: John Kennedy sued William Welsh for 61 pounds 17 shillings

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1815 7 Aug CB Surr Ct Jn sgt of the Nfld regt and keeper of Hr Grace gaol

Interpretation:

1815 August 7 Source: Newfoundland Conception Bay Surrogate Court Records Notes: John Kennedy Sergeant of the Newfoundland Regiment made keeper/constable of the Harbour Grace jail

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1818 St Jns RC JN Enniscorthy married Ellen kelly co wefd [sic]

Interpretation:

1818 Source: ST. Johnís Roman Catholic Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: John Kennedy of Enniscorthy married Ellen Kelly of County ????

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1819 30 Nov Hg Surr Ct Jno/e of hg writ agst 20/10/ - by Trapnell/Jenkins

Interpretation:

1819 November 30 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: There was a writ against John Kennedy and Edward Kenendy of Harbour Grace by Trapnell/Jenkins for 20 Pounds and 10 Shillings

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1819 9 Dec. hg surr ct Jn/Edw sued for 20/10/- for salt/brrls in fortune Hr by Perkins/Trapnell

Interpretation:

1819 Dec 9 Source: Newfoundland. Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: John and Edward Kennedy were sued by Perkins/Trapnell for 20 pound 10 shillings for salt/barrels in Fortune Harbour, Newfoundland.

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1820 Sept. Sup Ct Jn sued Jn Kenny for L5 protested bill won

Interpretation:

1820 September 1820 Source: Supreme Court of Newfoundland Court Records Notes: John Kennedy sued John Kenny for 5 pounds and won.

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1821 30 Oct Cb Writs Jn writ agst Florence McCarthy/Sons Crockers Cove/Carb

Interpretation:

1821 October 30 Source: Newfoundland Conception Bay Court Records. Writs Notes: John had a writ against Florence McCarthy and his sons of Crockers Cove Carbonear, Newfoundland.

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1825 7 Nov. H G Surr Ct Jn sued Jn/Jacob Dawe for 35/-d dept settled

Interpretation:

1825 November 7 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: John Kennedy sued John and Jacob Dawe for 35 shillings. The debt was payed.

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1827 15 Nov. North Circ Hg Surr Ct Jn/Pat sued by Jas Dunn for L9 settled.

Interpretation:

1827 November 15 Source: Northern Circuit and Harbour Grace Surrogate Courts. Newfoundland. Notes: John and Patrick Kennedy were sued by James Dunn for 9 pound which was settled.

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1829 9/Nov. North Circ Jona on Jury

Interpretation:

1829 November 9 Source: Newfoundland. Surrogates Court. Northern Circuit Notes: Jonathon Kennedy was on jury duty

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1833 Apr North Writ Jn sued for 19/19/- by Wm Bennett

Interpretation:

1833 April 1833 Source: Newfoundland. Surrogate Court. Northern Circuit Notes: John Kennedy was sued by William Bennett for 19 pounds 19 shillings

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1833 May North writ and? Hanlon sued Wm Bennett over schr Julia Ann

Interpretation:

1833 May Source: Newfoundland. Surrogates Court. Northern Circuit Writs Notes: John Kennedy and Hanlon sued Wm Bennett over sch Julia Ann

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1833 May North Writs Jn/ jas Hanlan/Edw kennedy sued Wm Bennett for L499 damages

Interpretation:

1833 May Source: Newfoundland. Surrogate Court. Northern Circuit Writs Notes: John Kennedy/James Hanlon/Edward Kennedy sued Wm Bennett for L499 damages

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1833 Nov. North writ JN sued for 38/1/5 by Tocque/Levi

Interpretation:

1833 November Source: Newfoundland. Surrogates Court. Northern Circuit Writs Notes: John was sued for 38 Pound 1 Shilling 5 Pence by Tocque/Levi

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1834 Oct North Writ Jn Decd. execs sued for 6/7/6 by Cozens trustees

Interpretation:

1834 October 1834 Source: Newfoundland. Surrogate Court. Northern Circuit Notes: The executors of Deceased John Kennedy sued for 6 pounds 7 shillings 6 pence by Cozens trustees

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1837 St Johns ang Jn married Ann Butler both of long pond illit

Interpretation:

1837 Source: St Johnís Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: John Kennedy married Ann Butler both of Long Pond, illiterate

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