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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
80607 Kenny Constable Laurence - 1850 11 December Black Creek MM
Prisoner James Canain escaped from custody on the way from Muswellbrook to Maitland

81199 Kenny Constable Laurence - 1851 11 January Singleton MM
Fined 10 pounds or 3mths in prison for having wilfully permitted a prisoner named James Canain to escape at Black Creek. Constable at Singleton

45005 Kenny Constable Lawrence - 1848 13 September Black Creek MM
Arrested Thomas Gregory for robbing the Singleton Mail at Black Creek

57905 Kenny Constable Lawrence - 1849 1 September Black Creek MM
Witness in court case of Thornhill and Read

57966 Kenny Constable Lawrence - 1849 8 September Black Creek MM
Witness in court case of Samuel Illingworth

80633 Kenny Laurence - 1850 11 December Muswellbrook MM
Offering reward for apprehension of James Canain who escaped from custody

80950 Kenny Laurence - 1851 4 January Singleton Bench MM
To be tried at Maitland Quarter Sessions for permitting a prisoner to escape

157753 Kenny Laurence and Mary - 1853 25 December West Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Baptism of Ellen, daughter of Laurence Kenny and Mary Roach

42090 Kenny Lawrence - 1848 1 July Singleton MM
Lock up keeper

141562 Kenny Lawrence - 1867 28 May Maitland MM
David Spring committed for trial for stealing a cow belonging to John Kenny, butcher of Luskintyre. Witnesses Samuel Apthorpe, James Kenny, Lawrence Kenny (schoolteacher & father of John and James Kenny)

141968 Kenny Lawrence - 1867 Cessnock Bailliers Official Postal Directory p 83

172139 Kenny Lawrence Amelia Thompson 1839 1851 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2017; Roll: 759 Gaol Description Books Ancestry
Born 1815. 5ft 4 1/2in, stout build, fresh complexion. Admitted to Newcastle gaol

172140 Kenny Lawrence, Mary, Michael Amelia Thompson 1839 30 September 1839 - State Records Online Shipping List
Lawrence Kenny, 28, farm labourer from Co. Clare, wife Mary, 22, laundress, son Michael, emigrants on the Amelia Thompson in 1839..