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Item: 55422
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1849 19 May
Place: East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: From Geelong. To succeed Rev. Magiennis at East Maitland


 
Item: 79433
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1850 19 October
Place: Stroud
Source: MM
Details: To perform Divine Service at Stroud 30th October


 
Item: 84542
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1851 19 July
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Donated 1 pound to Maitland Hospital


 
Item: 89390
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1852 17 April
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Made donation to the Maitland Hospital


 
Item: 90358
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1852 2 June
Place: Collected at Louth Park
Source: MM
Details: Subscribed to Testimonial for E.C. Close


 
Item: 112270
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev
Ship: -
Date: 1854 1 March
Place: East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Held examination of 200 children of the Roman Catholic schools and afterwards entertained them with a party at the new schoolhouse


 
Item: 187506
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. Bernard
Ship: -
Date: 31 August 1876
Place: Wallsend
Source: NMH
Details: Marriage on 29 August 1876 by Rev. B. Kenny, William, eldest son of Mr. W. Wardle of Wallsend to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Lee of Wallsend


 
Item: 136650
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. Father
Ship: -
Date: 1864 9 April
Place: St. Joseph's Chapel
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Thomas Monnax of Mulbring Creek and Emma, eldest daughter of George Sims of Linton Grove, Wollombi on 4th April 1864. Minister Rev. Father Kenny


 
Item: 139768
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. Father
Ship: -
Date: 1866 19 April
Place: St. Joseph's Church, East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Arthur Quinn, sixth son of Mrs. Ellen Quinn of Hinton and Catherine, youngest daughter of Mr. Hugh O'Donnell of Londonderry, Ireland on 16th April 1866. Minister Rev. Father Kenny


 
Item: 103016
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. J
Ship: -
Date: 1854 4 March
Place: East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of William Bellamy to Mary Ann Tricklebank both from Morpeth on 2 March 1854. Officiating minister Rev. J. Kenny


 
Item: 112608
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. J
Ship: -
Date: 1854 4 March
Place: East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of William Bellamy to Mary Ann Tricklebank, both of Morpeth, on 2nd March. Officiating minister Rev. J.Kenny


 
Item: 134513
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. J
Ship: -
Date: 1857 10 January
Place: West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Owen Cuskelly and Mary Anne Lynch on 2nd January. Minister Rev. J. Kenny


 
Item: 114249
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. J.J
Ship: -
Date: 1854 2 September
Place: St. Josephs Chapel
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Michael McCue, eldest son of Timothy McCue of McCue's Terrace to Miss Mary Ann Kennedy, both of East Maitland on 25th August. Officiating minister Rev. J.J. Kenny


 
Item: 59449
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1849 22 December
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Member of catholic school board.


 
Item: 81398
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1851 15 January
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: On Board of Roman Catholic School


 
Item: 81483
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1851 18 January
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Donated money to Maitland hospital


 
Item: 114376
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1854 11 November
Place: Clarence town
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of James Moilan of the Pine Branch to the eldest daughter of John Mooney of Clarencetown, late of Booveen, Kings co. Ireland on 7th November. Officiating minister Rev. John Kenny


 
Item: 134615
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1855 12 September
Place: St. Joseph's Chapel, Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Robert Francis Craig and Emily Sogue, both of Morpeth on 9th September. Minister Rev. John Kenny


 
Item: 139838
Surname: Kenny
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 1865 11 March
Place: St. Josephs Church, East Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Marriage of Hugh Dea and Eliza Anne Crane, both of Hinton on 27th February 1865. Minister Rev. John Kenny


 
Item: 197928
Surname: Kenny (obit)
First Name: Rev. Bernard
Ship: -
Date: 31 May 1902
Place: -
Source: Bowral Free Press
Details: Death of the Rev Kenny. A PIONEER METHODIST AND GREATLY LOVED PASTOR. Mr. Kenny was born at Portadown, County Mara, Ireland, on the 29tb May, 1833, so that had he lived for another week he would have attained to his 69th year. Up to his 18th year, he was educated at the national school in the town in which he was born, when he left home and went to England, where he obtained employment in some large chemical works at Louth, in Lincolnshire. During his residence in this part of England, he was brought into touch with some Methodist services, which resulted in his conversion, and, continuing with the Methodists, he developed a desire to enter the Ministry. Young Kenny gave great promise, and he went through the prescribed course of probation, and passed the necessary examinations, and was finally admitted into the ministry of the Primitive Methodist Church. He laboured for four months in England, and then returned to his, native town in, the North of Ireland. Then he was transferred to Glasgow and during his three years work there he married a Miss Landi). The Rev. Mr. Kenny came to Australia in 1839 or 1840, at a time when there were no more than seven ministers of the denomination here to extend him a welcome. His fame as a preacher and vigorous worker had preceded him, and he was welcomed with open arms. Among the few who took part in that welcome was the Rev. George James, now of Marrickville. This welcome took place in Kent-street Church, Sydney. Mr. Kenny at once came on to Parramatta , which was his first charge. He did not open up the work here, but he found several preaching places in the district, though no church. He entered vigorously into the work of building up. the church, and during his term the first Primitive Methodist church was built in Phillip-street, Parramatta. This church was the scene of a great revival during this period, and many were added to the church roll. In Paramatta Mr. Kenny did a great deal of out-door preaching, for which his robust frame and strong constitution eminently fitted him. After Parramatta he went to Camden then to Goulburn; then Wallsend in the Newcastle district. His next circuit was in Sydney, he having charge of Crown-street. After this he was appointed for a second term in Parramatta and stayed four years. Then he put in three years at Bowral, four years at Waterloo, two years at Lithgow, four years again at Wallsend, and he returned to Granville, where he completed his active ministerial work with a full term of three years.



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