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Arabella Madonna Kenealy (1859-1938)
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.
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).
1904 'KENEALY, Miss Arabella, L.R.C.P. and L.M., the well-known novelist, is a great advocate of motoring for women. Her notable articles "Woman as an Athlete" which appeared in the Nineteenth Century, showed that the modern cry for athletics for women is deteriorative of health and injurious to the race. Miss Kenealy's strenuous stand has done much to stem the tide in this direction. She is an advocate of automobilism for women. The exhilarating, wholesome influences of sun and air, the delight to eye and mind of scenery and nature's beauties are thus obtainable, without that exhausting muscular exertion she deprecates. She is the author "Dr. Janet of Harley Street"; "Woman and the Shadow"; "A semi-detached Marriage"; "The Love of Richard Herrick"; and of many bright, short stories, some of which appear from time to time in Motoring Illustrated. Address: Watford, Herts.'