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Eliza Henry (1825-1898)

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Eliza Henry was born 1 January 1825 in County Antrim, Ireland to Thomas Henry (1802-1880) and Elizabeth Ann Scott (1803-1880) and died 9 August 1898 at Hartford Valley in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Peter Kenny (1812-1877) 22 May 1841 in Port Macquarie, New South Wales. Ancestors are from Ireland.




Children


Offspring of Peter Kenny and Eliza Henry (1825-1898)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Margaret Kenny (1844-1913) 25 May 1844 Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia 29 August 1913 'Huntingdon', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia William Levingston (1840-1906)

Thomas Kenny (1846-1898) 6 April 1846 Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia 18 May 1898 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia
Peter Kenny (c1848-1931) 1848 Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia 1931 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Isabella Maude Harrison (c1854-1929)

James Kenny (1848-1942)
Arthur Kenny (1853-1922) 1853 New South Wales, Australia 1922 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Elizabeth Schrader (?-c1928)

Agnes Kenny (1858-1945)
Mary Kenny (1860-1926) 18 June 1860 Armidale, New South Wales, Australia 1926 Waverley, New South Wales, Australia Charles Schrader (c1849-1894)

Leonard Henry E W Kenny (1862-1935)
Eliza A Kenny (1864-1935) 1864 New South Wales, Australia 1935 Waverley, New South Wales, Australia Patrick J Delahunty (?-1931)

Ellen Jane Kenny (1864-1899)
Sarah J Kenny (1867-1919)
James Kenny (1868-1942)
Edward Kenny (1870-1931) 1870 1931 Moree, New South Wales, Australia Ethel Queenie Deacon (1896-1977)




Footnotes (including sources)

₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: V1841653 25C/1841, V1841149 44B/1841
¶ Death
  • Walcha Witness, Sat 12 Aug 1899 In Memorian notice

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