Kennedys, Lawrences and Marshalls of Culdaff and Carndonagh

Pedigree of Alice Henrietta Lawrence

Generation I

1              Alice Henrietta Lawrence, born on 06‑05‑1895, daughter of Henry Hayes Lawrence (see also 2) and Victoria Margaret Walrond (see also 3).

Married at the age of 27 to Hopetoun Gabriel Stokes, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., M.E.C. Son of Sir Henry Edward Stokes.

Generation II

2              Henry Hayes Lawrence, born on 26‑02‑1864 in Lahore, died on 27‑10‑1898 at the age of 34, son of Sir Alexander Hutchinson Lawrence (see also 4) and Alice Eacy Kennedy (see also 5).

Married at the age of 26 to

3              Victoria Margaret Walrond, daughter of Theodore Walrond, C.B. (see also 6).

Married (1) to Henry Hayes Lawrence, 26 years old (see also 2).

Married (2) to James Berkely Bristow, Vicar of St. Stephen’s Paddington, died on 20‑01‑1920.

From the first marriage:

1. f           Nora Margaret, born on 16‑12‑1891.

2. f           Alice Henrietta (see also 1).

3. f           Margaret Eacy, born on 16‑08‑1921.

Married to Richard Eldred Hindson, Royal Welch Fusiliers, son of Rev. John Hutchinson Hindson, M.A.

Generation III

4              Sir Alexander Hutchinson Lawrence, 1st Bart. Born 1838 in Allahabad, died on 27‑08‑1864 in India. Sir Alexander was accidently killed, by the falling of a bridge on the Thibet road in India. Son of Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence (see also 8) and Honoria Marchall (see also 9).

Married on 28‑08‑1862 to

5              Alice Eacy Kennedy, born 1864, died on 22‑08‑1922, daughter of Dr. Every Kennedy, B.L.D.,M.D. (see also 10) and Alicia Katherine Hamilton (see also 11).

Married (1) on 28‑08‑1862 to Sir Alexander Hutchinson Lawrence (see also 4).

Married (2) on 10‑10‑1871 to George Young, 34 years old, 3rd Bart. of Formosa, born on 15‑09‑1837, died on 04‑07‑1930 at the age of 92.

From the first marriage:

1. m         Henry Hayes (see also 2).

From the second marriage:

2. m         Edward Hilton, 1st Baron Kennet, born on 26‑03‑1879 in London.

Married to Edith Agnes Kathleen Bruce, died on 25‑07‑1947.

6              THeodore Walrond, C.B. of 65 Lancaster Gate.

Child:

1. f           Victoria Margaret Walrond (see also 3).

Generation IV

8              Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence, Brigadier‑General, born on 28‑06‑1806, died on 04‑07‑1857 in Lucknow, India at the age of 51, of his wounds, son of Alexander Lawrence (see also 16) and Letitia Catharine Knox (see also 17).

Married at the age of 31 on 21‑08‑1837 to the 28 years old

9              Honoria Marchall, born on 25‑12‑1808, died on 15‑01‑1854 in Mount Aboo, India at the age of 45, daughter of George (Rev.) Marshall (see also 18) and Elizabeth Sophia (see also 19).

From this marriage:

1. m         Sir Alexander Hutchinson (see also 4).

2. m         Henry Waldemar, 2nd Bart. Barrister‑at‑Law, born on 24‑01‑1845, died on 03‑06‑1908 at the age of 63.

Church marriage at the age of 28 on 10‑07‑1873 in St. Anne’s Dublin to Emily Mary L’Estrange, died on 14‑06‑1908, daughter of Sir George Burdett L’Estrange and Louisa Vincentia Stepney.

3. f           Letitia, died 1842, as a infant.

4. f           Honoria Letitia, died on 18‑12‑1923.

Married on 09‑08‑1873 to Henry George Hart, 30 years old, Headmaster of Sedbergh School, Yorks. Born on 16‑04‑1843, died 1921, son of William Hart and Frances Anne Frere.

10            Dr. Every Kennedy, B.L.D.,M.D. Born on 27‑11‑1807, died 1884. Easter Day, of Belgarde Castle, Dublin, son of Rev. John Pitt Kennedy (see also 20) and Mary Cary (see also 21).

Married at the age of 27 on 21‑04‑1835 to

11            Alicia Katherine Hamilton, born 1818, died 1867, daughter of Richard Hamilton (see also 22) and Catharine Tipping (see also 23).

From this marriage:

1. m         Richard George Kennedy, born on 18‑11‑1841, died on 30‑08‑1881 at the age of 39.

Married to Agnes Fanny Harris, daughter of Aylmer Harris.

2. f           Mary Harriet Mabel Kennedy, born 1849.

3. m         James Gilbert Kennedy, born ca. 1855, died 1895.

Married on 16‑02‑1887 to Linda Seton, born ca. 1862, died 1890.

4. f           Alice Eacy Kennedy (see also 5).

5. f           Georgina Mary Kennedy.

Married to Janes Hack Tuke, died 1896.

6. f           Constance Letitia Kennedy.

Married to Jemmitt Jospeh Stopford.

Generation V

16            Alexander Lawrence, Lieutenant -Colonel, born on 07‑11‑1764 in Londonderry, died on 07‑05‑1855 in Clifton at the age of 90. Served in India, 1788‑1808, Governor of Upnor Castle, on the Medway, son of William Lawrence (see also 32) and Amelia Fleming (see also 33).

Married at the age of 33 on 05‑05‑1798 in Cochin, India to

17            Letitia Catharine Knox, born 1774, died on 30‑04‑1846, buried in St. Michael Churchyard, Bristol, daughter of Rev. George Knox (see also 34) and Catharine Nesbitt (see also 35).

From this marriage:

1. m         George Tomkins, born on 06‑01‑1801, died ca. 1802.

2. m         Alexander William, Major‑Gneral, Colonel, 2nd Madras Light Cavalary, born on 01‑07‑1803, died on 21‑02‑1868 in Bairritz at the age of 64.

Married at the age of 24 on 31‑03‑1828 to Rosanna Lyster, died 1874.

3. m         Sir George St. Patrick Lawrence, K.C.S.I.,C.B. Lieutenant‑General, born on 17‑03‑1805, died on 16‑11‑1884 at the age of 79, buried in Reigate. First Afgahn War, 1839 (Ghugnee Medal and Dooranne Order); Punjab, 1848 (Medal); N.W. Frontier (medal with clasp); Indian Mutany (medal with Clasp. Polit. Agent Meywar, 1850‑7, Governor‑General’s Agent, Rajputana, 1857‑67.

Married at the age of 25 on 03‑04‑1830 to Charlotte Isabella Brown, 20 years old, born on 14‑02‑1810, died on 12‑05‑1878 at the age of 68, buried in Reigate, daughter of Dr. John Brown, Surgeon‑General, Bengal, and Charlotte Swinton.

4. m         Sir Henry Montgomery (see also 8).

5. m         Lord John Laird Mair Lawrence, G.C.B., G.C.S.I.,P.C.,D.C.L. (Bengal Tiger), Viceroy of India, 1864‑68 ( of the Bengal Civil service. 1841), born on 04‑03‑1811, died on 27‑06‑1879 in Kensington, Greater London at the age of 68, buried in West Minster Abbey.

Church marriage at the age of 30 on 26‑08‑1841 in Culdaff Church, by Rev. George Knox to Harriet Catherine Hamilton, 20 years old, born on 14‑11‑1820, died on 28‑12‑1917 at the age of 97. She lived with here parents at Redford Rectory, where she met John Lawrence when he was stayig with his uncle James Knox at Carthage. Daughter of Richard Hamilton (see also 22) and Catharine Tipping (see also 23).

6. f           Letitia Catherine, born 1815, died on 06‑11‑1865 in Lynton, North Devon.

Married to Henry Horace Hayes, Rector of North Stoke and Swainswick Somerset.

7. m         Richard Charles, Lieuenant‑General, born on 26‑10‑1817, died on 23‑01‑1898 at the age of 80.

Married at the age of 21 on 30‑03‑1839 to Ellen Youngson, died on 23‑01‑1900.

18            Rev. George Marshall, born 1767, died on 10‑10‑1851. In memeory of the Revd. George Marshall for 43 years Rector of this parish. he died the 10th October 1851 beloved by his family parishioners and friends age 84 ” to live in Christ, and to died is gain” also of Elizabeth Sophia his wife who died on the 19‑08‑1824 aged 52. of Carndogagh, co. Donegal, or of Fahan, Co. Donegal, son of Rev. Josiah Marshall (see also 36) and Angel Knox (see also 37).

Married to

19            Elizabeth Sophia Heath, born 1799, died on 29‑08‑1824, buried in Cardonagh.

From this marriage:

1. m         John Bristow, Lieuenant and Adjudant, born 1800, died on 10‑05‑1834 in Cuddapah.

2. m         James, Captain, born 1807, died Jan. 1842 in Jugdulluk, 6th son.

3. f           Honoria Marchall (see also 9).

4. m         Rev. William Knox, Incumbant of St. Mary’s Bridgenorth Salop.

Married in Edgebaston, near Birmingham to Louisa Sophia Marsh, daughter of William Marsh, Rector of St. Thomas Birmingham.

20            Rev. John Pitt Kennedy, Rector of Donagh, died 1811, son of William Kennedy (see also 40) and Easter Crookshank (see also 41).

Married to

21            Mary Cary, daughter of Thomas Cary (see also 42) and Miss Moore (see also 43), six sons and two daughters.

From this marriage:

1. m         John Pitt, born 1796, died 1879.

2. m         Dr. Every Kennedy, B.L.D.,M.D. (see also 10).

22            Richard Hamilton, Rector of Culdaff and Cloncha, Co. Donegal, 1823‑47, died 1847, son of James Hamilton (see also 44) and Alice Hamilton (see also 45).

Married 1815 to

23            Catharine Tipping, died on 24‑09‑1842 in Rathmines, daughter of Esq. Edward Tipping (see also 46) and Hon. Mary Blayney (see also 47).

From this marriage:

1. f           Alicia Katherine (see also 11).

2. m         Ven. Edward James, Archdeacon of Derry, born on 14‑05‑1819 in Dublin, died on 08‑07‑1896 in Co. Londonderry at the age of 77. There is a memorail window in derry Cathedral presented by his friends.

Church marriage at the age of 24 on 20‑01‑1844 in Muff Church, by Rev. george Stewart to Georgina Susanna Hart, 25 years old, born on 12‑09‑1818, died 1882, daughter of George Vaughan Hart, Lieutenant‑General and M.P., and Charlotte Ellerker.

3. f           Harriet Catherine, born on 14‑11‑1820, died on 28‑12‑1917 at the age of 97. She lived with here parents at Redford Rectory, where she met John Lawrence when he was stayig with his uncle James Knowx at Cartage.

Church marriage at the age of 20 on 26‑08‑1841 in Culdaff Church, by Rev. George Knox to Lord John Laird Mair Lawrence, G.C.B., G.C.S.I.,P.C.,D.C.L. (Bengal Tiger), 30 years old, Viceroy of India, 1864‑68 ( of the Bengal Civil service. 1841), born on 04‑03‑1811, died on 27‑06‑1879 in Kensington, Greater London at the age of 68, buried in West Minster Abbey, son of Alexander Lawrence (see also 16) and Letitia Catharine Knox (see also 17).

4. m         Richard Tipping, Inspector of Local Government Board. Poor Law inspector, born on 26‑11‑1821, died on 16‑10‑1904 at the age of 82.

Married at the age of 28 on 29‑12‑1849 to Anne Blacker, died on 30‑06‑1904, daughter of Beaver Blacker and Susan Blacker.

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One thought on “Kennedys, Lawrences and Marshalls of Culdaff and Carndonagh

  1. Hi, I just found your blog and am very interested to see the page on the Kennedy family. The younger John Pitt Kennedy, soldier, engineer and educator, worked with Sir Charles Napier, long before he was knighthed. Napier was Resident (job title) in the Ionian island of Cephalonia (spelling varied through the generations, it was also spelt Cefalonia in the 19th century and is now Kefalonia) from 1822 to 1831. Napier and JPK planned and executed the majority of the road network of the island along with many public buildings, sadly destroyed in the 1953 earthquake which razed most buildings on the island to the ground. JPK was possibly Napier’s closest friend from that time on and was sole executor of Napier’s last will and testament. They wrote many letters to each other and I have transcribed some of JPK’s to Napier. There are Napier Papers collections in the British Library and the Bodleian Library. Another member of Napier’s team on Cephalonia was my 2x great grandfather Edward Curling who was related to Napier’s first wife, Elizabeth. Edward too kept in touch with JPK and even worked with him for a while before taking over as Land Agent to the Earl of Devon’s Irish estate in Newcastle West, Co. Limerick.

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