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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Samuel Kennedy Note Born: Married: 1794 Died: 1797 at Accident See No, , ,
WIFE
Name: Thomazine Downing Note Born: 21 Mar 1765 at E.Caln, , Chester County, PA Died: Apr 1823 at Chester County, , , PA Father: Joseph Downing Mother: Mary Trimblet
CHILDREN
Name: Mary Kennedy Born: 20 Feb 1796 Died:
Name: Ann D. Kennedy Born: 22 Dec 1797 Died: 9 Jan 1871 Husband: Joel C. Baily
NOTES
1). 18401.ged GEDCOM line 6003 not recognizable or too long DEAT 2 PLAC Accident see notes Genealogy of the Palmer Trimble Families, Pages 703 4 No further record of dates concerning him obtained. He was a contractor in the making of the Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike, and according to the accident lost his life by the accidental discharge of a firearm by a sister in law, probably about the latter part of 1797. It is claimed that the youngest daughter was born after her father s death. It is related that this daughter had heard hear mother say that her father had two sisters living in New York City, and that he had probably come from there. Downing.ged Genealogy of the Palmer Trimble Families, Pages 703 4 No further record of dates concerning him obtained. He was a contractor in the making of the Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike, and according to the accident lost his life by the accidental discharge of a firearm by a sister in law, probably about the latter part of 1797. It is claimed that the youngest daughter was born after her father s death. It is related that this daughter had heard hear mother say that her father had two sisters living in New York City, and that he had probably come from there.
2).  18401.ged  BURI  2 PLAC Uwchlan Friend  s Grounds  Name also recorded as  Thomasine  in father  s will.  Genealogy of the Palmer Trimble Families, Page 704   Thomazine, after the marriage of her daughter, made her home with her. She died at Thomas Marshall  s, in Sadsbury  a brother in law of her daughter  s  of a fever after nine days illness, and was buriedat Uwchlan Friend  s grounds.  Downing.ged  Name also recorded as  Thomasine  in father  s will. Genealogy of the Palmer Trimble Families, Page 704 Thomazine, after the marriage of her daughter, made her home with her. She died at Thomas Marshall  s, in Sadsbury  a brother in law of her daughter  s of a fever after nine days illness, and was buried at Uwchlan  Friend  s grounds.

						

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