Keith Matthews Name Files

Maritime History Archives

Memorial University of Newfoundland

~Surname KENNEDY~

Kennedy: TERENCE

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1755 col recs Terrance house in Crt Crockers Cove he and wife married by priest and mass said fiend L10 house burnt had 10 servants

Interpretation:

1755 Source: Newfoundland. Colonial Records.Newfoundland Colonial Secretary. Outgoing Correspondence from Newfoundland Notes: Terrance Kennedy and his wife were married by a priest in their Crockers Cove house. He was fined 10 Pounds and had his house burned down. Terrance had 10 people working for him.

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1792 24 Jan. CB ang Terence/Mary had son Wm

Interpretation:

1792 January 24 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: Terence and Mary had a son William

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1790 17 Sept CB ang Terence/mary had son jn baptised carb

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1790 September 17 Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: Terrence and Mary Kennedy had a son named John baptized in Carbonear.

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1796 Jan. CB ang Terence/Mary of carb son Terence baptised aged 1

Interpretation:

1796 January Source: Conception Bay Anglican Parish Records, Newfoundland Notes: Terence and Mary of Carbonear had a son, Terence, baptized at age one.

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1796 co 199/18 Terence/ Nich/Wm Father gave them land in Crokers Cove by 1807 house/garden

1802 bought adjoining land fm Jno King for L9/- - by 1807 house/garden

Interpretation:

1796 Source: Great Britain. Colonial Office Conception Bay Plantation Book, Series 199 Vol.18 Notes: See Carbonear Plantation Records. Terence, Nicholas and William Kennedy given land in Crokers [Crocker's Cove] by 1807 house/garden 1802 bought adjoining land fm Jno King for L9/--

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1804 plant book Terrence/nicholas /WM owned 4 houses and 6 gardens in Crockers Cove by gift fm father dated 1796

Terence and Wm owned house and garden adjoining bought fr Wm/Jn King for L9 in 1802

Interpretation:

1804 Source: Great Britain. Colonial Office Conception Bay Plantation Book Series 199 Vol.18 Notes: 1804 CB Plantation Book Terrence/Nicholas/William Kennedy

owned 4 houses and 6 gardens in Crocker's Cove by gift from father dated 1796 Terence and William owned house and garden adjoining bought from Wm/Jn King for L9 in 1802.

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1807 or 1800 bt 162/3 Terence Capt 3 bros 44/7 Nfld f/ship

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1807/1800 Source: Great Britain. Board of Trade Annual List of Ships Registered. Series 162 vol.3 Notes: Captain Terence Kennedy, registered the Three Brothers, as Newfoundland fishing ship, with Lloyds Register of Shipping.

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1810-11 bt 162/3 Terence 3 bros 44 ton nfld fishing

Interpretation:

1810/1811 Source: Great Britain. Board of Trade Annual List of Ships Registered. Series 162, vol.3 Notes: Terence registered a Newfoundland 44 ton fishing boat, the Three Brothers

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1814 2/Dec cb writs Terence of Crockers Cove sued for L26 by H C Watts

Interpretation:

1814 December 2 Source: Newfoundland. Conception Bay Court Records Writs Notes: Terence Kennedy of Crocker's Cove sued for L26 by HC Watts

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1815 18 Dec HG Surr Ct Terrence sued for L26 by H C Watts. Court learnt he had delivered fish worth L10/16/ - to Watts on 19. to pay b l c e 15/4/-

Interpretation:

1815 Dec 18 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: Terrence was sued by H.C. Watts for 26 Pounds. He already delivered fish to Watts worth 10 Pound 16 Shillings and had to pay the remaining 15 Pound 4 Shillings

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1815 18 Dec. Hg Surr Ct execution agst terence of Belliste for 15/4/- suit of h c watts

Interpretation:

1815 Dec 18 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: Terence, probably owner ship Belliste was sued for 15 pounds sterling, 4 shillings by H.C. Watts.

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1815 18 Dec Hg Surr Ct Terence, H C Watts had obtained judgement agst him for writ of execution now granted

Interpretation:

1815 Dec 18 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: H.C. Watts had obtained judgement against Terrence. A writ of execution is now granted.

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1819 4/Nov hg surr ct Terence soed for l4 by Thos Lombard for his order on Mr. elson which was refused, lost by defalt

Interpretation:

1819 November 4 Source: Newfoundland Harbour Grace Surrogate Court Records Notes: Terence was sued for 14 Pounds by Thomas Lombard for his order on Mr. Elson which was refused. He lost by default

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1828 18 Nov North Circ Terrence Jurt Shea V Thistle freight

Interpretation:

1828 November 18 Source: Newfoundland. Surrogates Court. Northern Circuit Notes: Terence Juror in Surrogate Court case Shea V Thistle over freight

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1846 23 Mar Nflder r Terence of Carbonear supplied Ranger N Capt 65/22 sealing.

Interpretation:

1846 Mar 23 1846 Source: Newfoundlander (newspaper) Notes: Terence Kennedy of Carbonear supplied the ship Ranger, a 65 ton
vessel with a 22 man crew, for the seal hunt. Nicholas Kennedy to Captain Ranger.

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1847 25 Mar Nfld t ranger 6? 26 sealing for punton

Interpretation :

1847 Mar 25 Source: Newfoundlander (newspaper) Notes: Captain Terence Kennedy supplies 65 ton vessel Ranger