Biographie John-Patrick Kenny



Biographie John-Patrick Kenny

Property John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY

1851 • Inkerman, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada

Lot # 68, with 71 acres registered in 1851

Photo : House willed to James by John Kenny Sr. as it is today. Route 150. Lot 68

1861 Canada Census John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY & Family

Bible Family Death Records Including John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY

Last Will and Testament John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY Page 1

Last Will and Testament John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY Page 2

Last Will and Testament John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY Page 3 

Wedding Notes: John Patrick (Patsy) KENNY & Marie Anne DRYSDALE
John and Ann were married on Dec 28th 1828, civil wedding because Ann was a protestant. She made her declaration of principles on July 15th, 1832 in Tracadie. Then they were married at the Catholic Church of Inkerman, August 26th, 1837. Witness: Valentin Gibbs & Mrs.,* (m.John Kenny & Ann Drysdal). From- de Ireland(Arthur Drysdale). Note: Isabelle Arseneault is the wife of Valentin Volontaire Gibbs ( born Kilkenny, Ireland ca 1787 )Marriage: 15 Jan 1827 in Inkerman, GL, New Brunswick, Canada. 
The following was written by Michel Kenny from Ste-Rose, N.B.:
According to oral history, John Kenny and a least two brothers, arrived from Ireland in 1825 during the Great Fire of Miramichi ( 7 Oct 1825 ). At there arriving, they had to stay offshore, on the boat, for several days because of the fire and the smoke. They where leaving Ireland during a potato famine. Though "The Great Potato Famine" from 1845 to 1850 was the most devastating one in the history of Ireland, it seems that there was 14 other ones during 1816 and 1842. We don't know where in Ireland John and his two brothers came from. John settled in the location where is now Tracadie's church. He had at least 4 children, John(ii) b.15 sept 1834 , Patrick William b.6 Mar 1830, Michael b.11 Oct 1839, bapt.11 Jan 1840,and Andrew (or Annie? -not sure) b.7 Feb 1842. It's seem that one of John's brothers settled in the area of Neguac - Newcastle and the other one in the area between Newcastle and Bathurst.

John et Ann s'est mariée le 28 décembre 1828, un mariage civil car Ann était un protestant. Elle a fait sa déclaration de principes sur Juillet 15, 1832 à Tracadie. Puis ils se sont mariés à l'église catholique le 26 août 1837 (éventuellement 1832). Témoin: Valentin Gibbs & Mrs, * (m.John Kenny & Ann Drysdal). De-de l'Irlande (Arthur Drysdale). Note: Isabelle Arseneault est l'épouse de Valentin Volontaire Gibbs (né Kilkenny, en Irlande vers 1787) Marriage: 15 Jan 1827 à Inkerman, GL, Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada. Le texte suivant a été écrit par Michel Kenny, de Ste-Rose, NB: Selon l'histoire orale, John Kenny et au moins deux frères, est arrivé d'Irlande en 1825 lors du grand incendie de Miramichi (7 oct. 1825). A y arriver, ils ont dû rester en mer, sur le bateau, pour plusieurs jours en raison de l'incendie et la fumée. Où ils quitter l'Irlande pendant la famine de pommes de terre. Bien que "La Grande Famine» de 1845 à 1850 a été la plus dévastatrice de l'histoire de l'Irlande, il semble qu'il y avait 14 autres pendant les 1816 et 1842. On n 'sais pas où en Irlande, John et ses deux frères viennent. John s'installe à l'emplacement où est maintenant Tracadie l 'église. Il avait au moins 4 enfants, John (ii) B.15 septembre 1834, Patrick William b.6 mars 1830, Michael B.11 octobre 1839, bapt.11 janvier 1840, et Andrew (ou Annie?-Pas sûr) b. 7 février 1842. It 's semble que l'un des frères John' s installés dans la région de Neguac - Newcastle et l'autre dans la zone entre Newcastle et Bathurst. Naissance Notes Selon Dollypearle Drysdale-Martin dans le livre "Les familles d'abord du comté de Northumberland au Nouveau-Brunswick" Volume II, Jean était de Queens County, Irlande. Date 22 Février 1893 Comté de Saint John Place Saint-Jean Le Quotidien "Saint John Globe". "D. Pokemouche (Glouc. Co.), la veuve de P. Kenney, âge de 92 ans". Je crois que c'est une référence à la mort de John Kenny Sr. l 'épouse Anne Drysdale, confirmant la possibilité que John' s prénom était Patsy (Patrick).
Birth Notes
According to Dollypearle Drysdale-Martin in the book "First Families of Northumberland County New Brunswick" Volume II, John was from Queens County, Ireland.

Date February 22 1893
County Saint John
Place Saint John
Title Notes
[Title notes] James J.Kenny his house W 1 1/2 to 3 (one and one-half-storey and 3 bedrooms). Son of John Kenny Sr., husband of Anne Drysdale, married about 1828. Lot # 68, with 71 acres registered in 1851. James Kenny, son of John, husband of Margaret Hammond, married in 1869 South of # 11(now the 150), Lot # 68, and 71 acres. Albert Kenny, son of James, married Brigitte LeBreton in 1913 South of # 11(now the 150), Lot # 68, and 71 acres. Tom Kenny, son of James Jr.(Anne Theriault) who married Martina Mazerolle in 1915, South of # 11(now the 150) lot # 67 and 60 acres. possibly a piece had been sold.
Property Notes
[Property notes] Source; Parish St-Martyrs Canadiens Pont-Landry, NB by; Jacques A.Duguay. The home of James Kenny and Margaret Hammond on Lot # 68 in Six Roads. Constructed about 1866. (Personal note, the first Kenny died in 1866)   In 1847, John Butler had cleared about 3 acres and built a camp on Lot # 68. (On March6, 1848, James Davidson, surveyor, surveyed this area for all those who wanted it done. Michael Cahill and John Butler are living in their respective lots. The amount of this research was set at 2 pounds, 15 shillings each). In 1851, the owner of Lot # 68 was John Kenny (ancient land of John Butler).   At the 1861 census, on lot # 68 was John Kenny, farmer, he is the ancestor of all the Kenny of the region. (It's neighbor William Lebreton at lot # 70) 

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