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Richard Hartley Kennedy

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Richard Hartley Kennedy (c1791-1865), director of the East Indian Railway, Deputy Chairman of the Oriental Bank, late Chief of the Medical Staff of the Bombay Division of the Army on the Indus

1832 January 31st. Married at Poona, Bombay to Isabella Morgan Valiant

1851 Living at 11 Ladbroke Terrace, Bayswater:

Richard H. Kennedy (age 59 born East Indies), Retired Physician-General of the HEICS. With his wife Isabel Kennedy (age 40 born East Indies) and their two children Florence H. Kennedy (age 15 born Cape of Good Hope) and Lockhart M. H. Kennedy (age 7 born Cottingham, Yks.). Also two visitors and eight servants.[1]

1855 Living at 11 Ladbroke Terrace, Bayswater

1865 July 24th. Death of Richard Hartley Kennedy, M.D., formerly physician-general to the Bombay Army and miscellaneous writer.[2] He died at the Great Western Hotel, Paddington.

Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Saturday 30 December 1865