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Mary Ann Kennedy

Birth
Brown County, Ohio, USA
Death
1839 (aged less–than 1 year)
Brown County, Ohio, USA
Burial
Hamersville, Brown County, Ohio, USA Add to Map
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Mary Ann Kennedy was the daughter of William Hugh Kennedy and Margaret Jane Ralston Kennedy, with Margaret Jane, as a widow, of Douglas County, Kansas.

She was one of thirteen children.

She died as a newborn infant.

Six years after her birth and death, in 1845,her father Hugh Kennedy died suddenly in a cholera epidemic in Brown County, Ohio.

Sixteen years after her death, her widowed mother Margaret Jane Ralston Kennedy and about twenty-five Kennedy relatives migrated together from Brown County, Ohio to Douglas County, Kansas where they settled in the Kennedy Valley on the Wakarusa River.

Her mother Margaret Jane was reluctant to leave Brown County, Ohio where her husband Hugh, Mary Ann and three more of Margaret Jane's children were buried, but Margaret Jane, at age fifty-five, reluctantly agreed to relocate with the twenty-four other Kennedy family members, including eight of her children to Douglas County, Kansas.
Mary Ann Kennedy was the daughter of William Hugh Kennedy and Margaret Jane Ralston Kennedy, with Margaret Jane, as a widow, of Douglas County, Kansas.

She was one of thirteen children.

She died as a newborn infant.

Six years after her birth and death, in 1845,her father Hugh Kennedy died suddenly in a cholera epidemic in Brown County, Ohio.

Sixteen years after her death, her widowed mother Margaret Jane Ralston Kennedy and about twenty-five Kennedy relatives migrated together from Brown County, Ohio to Douglas County, Kansas where they settled in the Kennedy Valley on the Wakarusa River.

Her mother Margaret Jane was reluctant to leave Brown County, Ohio where her husband Hugh, Mary Ann and three more of Margaret Jane's children were buried, but Margaret Jane, at age fifty-five, reluctantly agreed to relocate with the twenty-four other Kennedy family members, including eight of her children to Douglas County, Kansas.


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