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John Francis Keneally
John Francis Keneally, Service # 971352
John was born in Carbonear. He enlisted in the Artillery and served in England during WW II. The information and photos proviided below were donated by Colin Stedman.
Aldington Church has a relatively tall tower, with a large flat roof,
and is quite a distance from the village. We are close to the English
Channel, which makes the tower an ideal platform for spotting incoming
enermy aircraft during WW2.
History of the KENEALLY family provided by Colin Stedman
James Keneally was born in County Cork in 1790 and immigrated to Newfoundland
in 1815, aged 25, married Johanna and made their home in Carbonear,
a town on the shore of Conception Bay. The Keneallys were prosperous
and James owned fishing Schooners, his wife Johanna owned her own business.
Aldington Church Tower
Photo donated by Colin Stedman
Military Records Contact: Daniel B. Breen
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