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Annesley Kenealy

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1904.

Mary Annesley Flood Kenealy (1861-1926)

Born the daughter 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]

1904 KENEALY, Miss Annesley, Artillery Mansions, Victoria Street, London, S.W. A well-known writer and journalist. Is a motor and balloon enthusiast, and contributes articles on these subjects to various technical newspapers both in England and America. Is assistant editor of Motoring Illustrated. While disapproving of feminine athletes, she regards motoring as an ideal sport for women. Much interested in hospital matters. Was instrumental in founding, with the co-operation of the Morning Post, a series of Convalescent Homes for Soldiers throughout Great Britain and Ireland, and several Homes for Disabled Soldiers. Clubs: Ladies' Automobile, Aero, New Vagabonds', Institute of journalists, etc. [2]


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Sources of Information

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