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    Staffordshire Chronicle 24th Dec 1892.

    Christmas is Coming
    Roger Kenney, labourer, of New St, pleading guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Foregate Street on the 17th Dec, was fined 5s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almach View Post
    Staffordshire Chronicle 24th Dec 1892.

    Christmas is Coming
    Roger Kenney, labourer, of New St, pleading guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Foregate Street on the 17th Dec, was fined 5s.
    Maybe not your Roger as he's on the 1891 census in New Street ................
    RG12; Piece: 2140; Folio: 66; Page: 22
    Roger Kenney 51, labourer, Ireland
    Jane Kenney 50
    Thomas Kenney 15

    ETA: definitely not yours as he's on the 1871 and 1881 with wife Jane (sorry)
    Francis Kenney 12
    Jane Kenney 9
    John Kenney 2
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    Yeah that Baptism has got to be him!! Right parents & address etc. I had 2 different dates jotted down for him though.

    Im not a member of ancestry anymore so cant access them baptisms you have kindly given me details for.
    Those other children must have died. The children I only knew about were Roger, Patrick and John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by almach View Post
    Staffordshire Chronicle 24th Dec 1892.

    Christmas is Coming
    Roger Kenney, labourer, of New St, pleading guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly in Foregate Street on the 17th Dec, was fined 5s.
    The Kennys clearly liked a tipple or three!

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    Heres what I have on my Roger to date:

    Baptism details.

    Census:
    1871 - 6 Court 11, Collingwood Street
    ROGER KENNY Aged 15, with Brother Pat 11 and John 7. Parents:Patrick and Ellen Kenny.

    Roger Kenny Married 25/4/1880 to Mary Ann Kelly. I have the certificate.

    1881 - 6 Court No 14 Colllingwood Street
    Roger Kenny aged 25 HEAD, born Liverpool
    Mary Kenny aged 21 Wife, born Liverpool
    And 3 boarders - Anne, John and Mary Goulden

    They never moved very far.

    I dont have a birth certifcate although he was born in Liverpoool.
    I dont have him on any census for 1861, 1891, or 1901.
    No Death Certifcate (unless thats him in Leeds which someone has mentioned)

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    A possible burial for Edmondus (bap. 1866)
    Burial Ford Cemetery. 5th Feb 1868.
    Edward Kenny age 21 months of 6c. Collingwood St

    His baptism record
    Name: Edmondus Kenny
    Born 22 Apr 1866
    Baptised: 6 May 1866 at St Anthony's, Lancashire, England
    Parents: Pat* and Helena Kenny (nee Mcgrath)
    Witnesses: Michl Connor and Maria Burke
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    When Maria was baptised 13th Apr 1862 at St Anthony's their address was Grenville St.
    Patri* Kenny and Helena (Mcgrath)
    Witnesses: Guliulmus and Honoria Kenny
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    Quote Originally Posted by almach View Post
    When Maria was baptised 13th Apr 1862 at St Anthony's their address was Grenville St.
    Patri* Kenny and Helena (Mcgrath)
    Witnesses: Guliulmus and Honoria Kenny

    Grenville Street does register with me on something I already have at home. Cant think what it is, im just at work - ill try and have a look later when im home.
    As always, thanks for the info x

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