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Alexander Cockburn Chambers Kenealy

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Alexander Cockburn Chambers Kenealy (c1865- )

Born the son of Dr. Edward Vaughan Kenealy, Q.C.

1871 Living at 9 Sauvine Road, Battersea: Elizabeth Kenealy (age 35 born Tipton), Wife of a Queen's Counsel. With her eight children; Charlemagne Kenealy (age 15 born Dudley); Henrietta Kenealy (age 14 born London); Maurice Kenealy (age 12 born Portslade); Arabella Kenealy (age 11 born Portslade); Annesley Kenealy (age 9 born Portslade); Alexander Kenealy (age 6 born Portslade); Noel Kenealy (age 4 born Portslade); and Edward Kenealy (age 2 born Portslade). Two servants.[1]

1881 Living at 6 Tavistock Square, St Pancras, London: Elizabeth Kenealy (age 45 born Tipton), Widow. With her ten children; Harriete M. Kenealy (age 24 born Gray's Inn); Maurice E. Kenealy (age 22 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex), Journalist; Arabella Kenealy (age 21 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex), Medical student; Mary A. Kenealy (age 19 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex), Medical student; Alexander C. Kenealy (age 16 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex); Noel B. Kenealy (age 14 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex); Edward Kenealy (age 12 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex); Arthur P. Kenealy (age 10 born Portslade-by-Sea, Sussex); Catherine S. Kenealy (age 8 born Clapham); and Isabel Kenealy (age 6 born Lancing).[2]

1904 'KENEALY, Alex. A son of the late Dr. E. V. Kenealy, Q.C., LL.D., M.P. Had a wide experience of American journalism, being for a number of year, on the editorial staff of the New York Herald, New York World and New York Journal. Went as Herald correspondent on the first Peary Arctic expedition. Went through the Spanish-American war as correspondent of the World, that newspaper chartering a steamer to enable him to he with the American fleet. Was for two years news editor of the London Daily Express. At the beginning of the present year became associated with the Messrs. Harmsworth's daily publications. Is a director in and part proprietor of Motoring Illustrated. Address: Artillery Mansions, 75, Victoria Street, London, S.W. [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. Motoring Annual and Motorist’s Year Book 1904