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KAVANAGH - LANEN
Royal Gazette   January 30, 1883 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... On the 23rd inst., at the R.C. Cathedral, by the Rev. Wm. Forristal, Peter Kavanagh, of Turk's Gut, to Mary Ann Lanen, of Harbor Main.

KEAN - WHEELER
Royal Gazette   August 11, 1885 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... On the 3rd inst., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. J.P. Scott, Mr. William Wheeler, T.N.C., to Annie, second daughter of Mr. Patrick Kean, both of this city.

KEATS - BOND
Evening Telegram   November 11, 1922 (Saturday)

1782 - Robert Bond, of Sherbourn, Dorset, and Honora Keats.
This list by no means exhausts all that came from Dorset, as the place from which the man came is not always given. ... W.J.L.

KEEFE - CAVENOT
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... Hence, as those names that I have already given of men from Devon and Dorset and Hampshire, were the names of men who had come out to Trinity as English youngsters, so the following names are those of men, who as boys of sixteen years of age came here from Limerick or Cork or Dublin, as Irish youngsters, during the years between 1750 and 1780, and then in later life married and settled down in Trinity at the dates given below; as taken from the old church register.
1775 - Gerald Keefe of Barnet Tree Parish, County of Waterford, and Ann Cavenot of Queen's County, Kingdom of Ireland.

KEEFE - CAVENOT
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... 1775 - Gerald Keefe of Barnet Tree Parish, County of Waterford, and Ann Cavenot of Queen's County, Kingdom of Ireland.

KELLEY - EZEKIEL
Royal Gazette   January 22, 1889 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 17th inst., at the R.C. Cathedral, by the Ven. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. Edward J. Kelley, of Torbay Road, to Maria J., youngest daughter of Capt. Thomas Ezekiel, of Harbor Main.

KELLEY - EZEKIEL
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     January 23, 1889 (Wednesday)

Married, on the 17th inst., by the same [Ven Archdeacon Forristal], Edward J. Kelley, of Torbay Road, to Maria Joseph, youngest daughter of Capt. Thomas Ezekiel, of Harbor Main.

KELLY - HENNESSEY
Daily News   October 1, 1941 (Wednesday)

City and Elsewhere. .... The marriage took place at St. Joseph's Church, Windsor, on September 21st of Pauline, daughter of Mrs. and the late Thomas Hennessey of that place, to William Kelly, son of Mrs. and the late Edward Kelly of Holyrood. - Grand Falls Advertiser.

KELLY - HYNES
Royal Gazette   December 1, 1874 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. At the Roman Catholic Cathedral, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Thomas McGrath, P.P., Michael, eldest son of Mr. Edward Hynes, to Catherine, eldest daughter of Mr. Michael Kelly.

KELLY - ROGERS
The Evening Telegram    April 13, 1957 (Saturday)

On the morning of Oct. 20 [this date looks strange for the date of the newspaper - I (Tom Hynes) may have made a transcription error here], a wedding was celebrated at Corpus Christi Church, Kilbride, when Jean and Thomas Rogers were united in holy matrimony. Between the marriage and nuptial mass which followed, Rev. Father P. E. Miller, O. M. T., uncle of the bride read the Papal Blessing which had arrived a few days before from Rome. Mrs. Rogers is the former Jean Kelly, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly, Topsail Road. Mr. Rogers is the son of Mary Ellen and the late James Rogers, Southside Road. [photo of bride and groom]

KELSON - HYPDITCH
Evening Telegram    December 16, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... 1813 - William Kelson, of Harewood, in the County of Hereford, married Ann Hypditch.

KENE - MCGRATH
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... 1767 - Richard Kene, of the Kingdom of Ireland, and Mary Ann McGrath.

KENE - MCGRATH
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... Hence, as those names that I have already given of men from Devon and Dorset and Hampshire, were the names of men who had come out to Trinity as English youngsters, so the following names are those of men, who as boys of sixteen years of age came here from Limerick or Cork or Dublin, as Irish youngsters, during the years between 1750 and 1780, and then in later life married and settled down in Trinity at the dates given below; as taken from the old church register.
1767 - Richard Kene, of the Kingdom of Ireland, and Mary Ann McGrath.

KENNEDY - DOOLEY
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     August 15, 1888 (Wednesday)

Married, on the 5th inst., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Ven. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. John Kennedy, to Miss Ellen Dooley, both of this city.

KENNEDY - HEALEY
The Evening Telegram    September 5, 1941 (Friday)

MARRIED. On August 26th, by the Rev. Fr. Terry, Margaret M. Healey of Deer Lake, to Raymond Kennedy of Hr. Main.

KENNEDY - HICKEY
The Evening Telegram   August 27, 1907 (Tuesday)

Dear Sir, - The event of most importance here for some time past was the marriage on August 21st of Mr. Patrick Kennedy, a prominent merchant of this town, to Miss Mary A. Hickey, daughter of Capt. Patrick Hickey. Both of the contracting parties are very popular young people, and the occasion was in consequence of special interest to the whole community. Mr. George Kennedy acted as best man, while Miss Maria Kennedy, sister of the groom, performed the role of bridesmaid. Quite a large gathering of friends were present, and after the ceremony all repaired to the home of the bride, where the festivities characteristic of such occasions were partaken of and enjoyed to the fullest extent. Many appropriate speeches, notably by Messrs. Fewer, Woodford and Kennedy, helped to grace the occasion, and the responses thereto were equally pleasing and enjoyable. An all_night dance added its quota of enjoyment and the early hours of the next morning found one and all voting the occasion as the most enjoyable ever experienced. Harbor Main, Aug. 23rd, 1907.

KENNEDY - KENNY
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 15, 1890 (Wednesday)

Married, on the 9th inst., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. D. O' Brien, Michael Kennedy, of Holyrood, to Mary F. Kenny, of Conception Harbor.

KENNEDY - KIRBY
Harbour Grace Standard   January 23, 1891 (Friday)

Marriage. At Holyrood, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. G. Battcock, Edward Kirby, of Holyrood, to Alice Kennedy, of Harbor Grace.

KENNEDY - KIRBY
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 24, 1891 (Saturday)

Married, at Holyrood, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. G. Battcock, Edward Kirby, of Holyrood, to Alice Kennedy, of Harbor Grace.

KENNEDY - MEANEY
Evening Telegram   February 17, 1899 (Friday)

Married. On Sunday, 12th inst., at the Palace, Harbor Main, by the Rev. P. O'Donnell, P.P., Mr. Maurice Kennedy, to Miss Mary J. Meaney, both of Avondale.

KENNEDY - MCGEE
Harbour Grace Standard   March 9, 1878 (Saturday)

Married. On Monday 25th ult., at the bride's residence, by the Very Rev. J. O'Donnell, Mr. Edward Kennedy, of Harbour Main, to Miss Kate McGee, of Gasters, Salmon Cove.

KENNEDY - METCALF
Royal Gazette   July 3, 1888 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 26th ult., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. William Kennedy, of this city, to Miss Mary Ann Metcalf, of Topsail.

KENNEDY - MITKIFF
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     July 4, 1888 (Wednesday)

Married, on the 26th ult., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Ven. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. William Kennedy, of this city, to Miss Mary Ann Mitkiff, of Topsail.

KENNEDY - OLIVER
Evening Telegram   January 9, 1896 (Thursday)

Married, At the R.C. Cathedral, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. John Scott, Administrator, Edward Oliver (bricklayer), to Mary A., youngest daughter of Margaret and the late Thomas Kennedy, both of this city.

KENNEDY - STAPLETON
Evening Telegram   February 20, 1896 (Thursday)

Newfoundlanders United.
A Pretty Wedding in East Boston - Mr. Stapleton and Miss Kennedy.
Newfoundland young men abroad almost invariably wed a daughter of Terra Nova. A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the residence of the Rev. Fr. Cashin, Pastor of St. Paul's Church, East Boston, during the closing days of January. The contracting parties were Mr. Wm. Stapleton, formerly of Harbor Grace, and Miss Nellie Kennedy, Carbonear. From the accounts we have received we learn that a regular convention of our young country people in Boston and vicinity met around the festive board and, while joining in the wedding gaieties, thought and talked of the land of their nativity.

KENNEY - GREENE
Newfoundlander   November 28, 1859 (Monday)

Married. - On Thursday evening, by the Rev. J. O'Donnell, Mr. Thomas C. Kenney, cooper, to Catherine, third daughter of Mr. Oliver Greene, of Green's Pond.

KENNEY - GREENE
Gazette November 29, 1859 (Tuesday)

Married. On Thursday evening, by the Rev. J. O'Donnell, Mr. Thomas C. Kenney, cooper, to Catherine, third daughter of Mr. Oliver Greene, of Green's Pond.

KENNEY - MOREN
The Newfoundland Express   January 21, 1862 (Tuesday)

Married, - Last evening, by the Rev. C. Pedley, Mr. Patrick Kenney, of the firm of Adams and Kenney, Ambrotypists, to Miss Susannah Moren, of Logy Bay.

KENNY - BOLGER
Newfoundlander   February 4, 1879 (Tuesday)

Married. - On Sunday last, at the residence of the bride, by the Rev. M.J. Ckark, Mr. F.J. Kenny, of St. John's, to Miss K. Bolger, of Torbay.

KENNY - BOOTH
Evening Mercury June 4, 1885 (Thursday)

Marriage. On the 31st ult., at the Roman catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. Archdeacon Forristal, Mr. Alexander Booth to Miss Mary Ann Kenny, both of this city.

KENNY - BURKE
Harbour Grace Standard   October 18,1879 (Saturday)

Marriage. At St. John's, on the 14th inst., by the Most Rev. Dr. Power, in his Lordship's private chapel, Mr. Michael Burke, of St. Jacques, Fortune Bay, to Miss Alice Josephine, daughter of the late James Kenny, of St. John's.

KENNY - COFFEY
Daily News   December 31, 1964 (Thursday)
December 26, 1963 - Elizabeth Kenny
, St. John's to Patrick Coffey, Placentia, at St. John's.

KENNY - HUNT
Royal Gazette   January 30, 1883 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... On the 23rd inst., at Holyrood, on the 24th inst., by the Rev. J. Donnelly, Mr. John T. Hunt, to Maggie, third daughter of Mr. Patrick Kenny, of Port-de-Grave.

KENNY - KENNEDY
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 15, 1890 (Wednesday)

Married, on the 9th inst., at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. D. O' Brien, Michael Kennedy, of Holyrood, to Mary F. Kenny, of Conception Harbor.

KENNY - O'MARA
The Evening Telegram   August 15, 1907 (Thursday)

Wedding Bells. A very quiet wedding was celebrated last night in the home of Mr. M. A. Devine, King's Bridge Road, the contracting parties being Mr. M. J. O'Mara, Mr. Devine's partner in the Trade Review, and Miss Anna Kenny, daughter of the late Patrick and Mary Kenny, Portugal Cove Road. Miss Kenny was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Devine when a child, and has lived with them all her life. The ceremony was performed by Ven. Archdeacon O'Neil, only the immediate friends of the family being present, including Rev. Father Born, of Trepassey. The bridesmaids were Miss Kittie Moore and Miss Clara Kinsella. Mr. Thomas S. Devine was best man, and Mr. M.A. Devine gave the bride away. The bride was attired in white silk gauze, with veil and orange blossoms. After supper the happy couple drove to Ferndale, Petty Harbor Road, where the honeymoon will be spent. They were the recipients of many useful presents and warm congratulations. We join with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. O'Mara in wishing them a bright and happy future.

KENNY - SMITH
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     December 6, 1884 (Saturday)

Married, at Harbor Briton, on the 21st ult., by the Rev. Mr. Whelan, P.P., after by the Rev. W.K. White, R.D., Mr. F. Smith, of the P.Q.T. Staff, to Minnie, only daughter of the late Mr. Frederick Kenny, of this city.

KENT - COSTELLO
Harbour Grace Standard   July 6, 1878 (Saturday)

Marriage. On the 19th ult. At the Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. John's, by the Very Rev. W. Forristal, Administrator, Mr. T. Kent to Honora, youngest daughter of Mr. Daniel Costello, Harbor Main.

KEOUGH - HARVEY
Daily News   November 24, 1898 (Thursday)

Wedding at Portugal Cove. Another wedding took place at Portugal Cove last Saturday night when Mr. John Harvey and Miss Ellen M. Keough were united in hymen's silken bonds by Rev. Fr. Walsh. A tea was given by Mr. P. Hanlon with whom the bride had lived before the ceremony took place. The bride and groom and a large number of friends then proceeded to the Presbytery where the rite was performed. Mr. Patrick Hynes supported the groom, and Miss Sarah Harvey attended to the bride, who looked very well in a gray attire. The ceremony being ended, the party were driven to the future home of the happy couple where the festivities were held.

KEPPIE - BENNETT
Daily News   August 11, 1921 (Thursday)

MARRIAGE. On Wednesday, August 10th at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church by the Rev. R.G. Wright, Martha Monteith Keppie to Reginald Walter Bennett, both of this city.

KIELEY - HICKEY
Engagement
The Evening Telegram    May 8, 1993 (Saturday)

Congratulations to Todd and Michelle on their December 22, 1992 engagement. Todd is the son of Regina and the late Frank Hickey of Harbour Main. Michelle is the daughter of Jerome Kieley of Holyrood and Jenny Flaherty of Calgary. Love and best wishes from Mom and brother Ken in Calgary.

KING - BARNES
Royal Gazette   November 19, 1889 (Tuesday)

Married. At Gower Street Parsonage, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. Geo. Boyd, Solomon King, of St. John's, to Clara Barnes, of Greenspond.

KING - BROPHY
Evening Telegram September 3, 1965 (Friday)

[photo of bride and groom]
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King following their wedding ceremony in Holy Cross Church, Holyrood, performed by Rev. Father Edward M. Shea, Aug. 2. The bride is the former Ann Mary Brophy, R.N., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brophy, Holyrood; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John King, Chapel Arm. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Misses Lillian and Bernice Brophy, and Kay Kent, R.N. Bernard King was best man; David Myrick and Ted Harding ushered. The reception was held at Park-Le. Following their wedding trip to Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, Mr. and Mrs. King have taken up residence at Elliott Place, Kilbride.

KING - HYNES
Evening Telegram August 6, 1965 (Friday)

[photo of bride and groom]
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hynes following their wedding at Broad Cove United Church July 10, 1965. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. L.A.D. Curtis. The bride is the former Eloise King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold King, 75 Gower St., St. John's; the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hynes, Sr., Norris Arm. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Marilyn, as maid of honor; Mrs. Gertrude Butt, sister of the bride, Linda Hynes and Loretta Vaughan were bridesmaids. William Hynes, brother of the groom, was best man; Winston Delaney, John and Garfield King ushered. The reception was held at Dawe's Banquet Hall, Bay Roberts, with Edward Vaughan as toastmaster. The toast to the bride was proposed by Rev. Curtis. Following their honeymoon touring the mainland of Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Hynes have taken up residence in Labrador City.

KING - KING
Newfoundlander   November 16, 1877 (Friday)

Married. - On Oct. 20th, by the Rev. Jesse Heyfield, Methodist Minister, Trinity, Miss Amelia King, to Mr. Henry King, both of New Bonaventure, Trinity Bay.

KING - ROSS
Royal Gazette   November 12, 1889 (Tuesday)

Married. On the 15th ult., by the Rev. R. Smith, Capt. W. Ross, to Miss Dora King, formerly of Trinity, Newfoundland.

KINSELLA - BOLGER
Royal Gazette   November 8, 1881 (Tuesday)

MARRIED. ... At Torbay, Sunday evening, by the Rev. M.J. Clark, Mr. Edward Kinsella, to Miss Alice Bolger, both of Torbay.

KINSELLA - COSTIGAN
Newfoundlander   February 3, 1880 (Tuesday)

Married. - On Saturday evening last, at the Roman Catholic Cathedral, by the Rev. M. Howley, D.D., Patrick M. Costigan, to Annie F., fourth daughter of Mr. John Kinsella, blacksmith, of this city.

KINSELLA - GEARIN
Daily News   October 14, 1918 (Monday)

MARRIAGES. At Renews on Oct. 10th, 1918 by the Very Rev. Dean Doutney, Marie (Dolly) Gearin of Renews to Payson J. Kinsella of St. John's.

KINSELLA - LEWIS
Daily News   October 22, 1926 (Friday)

MARRIED. On Thursday morning, at the R.C. Cathedral, by Rt. Rev. Mons. MacDermott, Marie V. Kinsella of St. John's to Stanley Lewis of Holyrood.

KIRBY - GREEN
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ... Hence, as those names that I have already given of men from Devon and Dorset and Hampshire, were the names of men who had come out to Trinity as English youngsters, so the following names are those of men, who as boys of sixteen years of age came here from Limerick or Cork or Dublin, as Irish youngsters, during the years between 1750 and 1780, and then in later life married and settled down in Trinity at the dates given below; as taken from the old church register.
1801 - John Kirby, of Youghal, Ireland, and Ann Green.

KIRBY - GREEN
Evening Telegram   December 2, 1922 (Saturday)

Trinity. ...1801 - John Kirby, of Youghal, Ireland, and Ann Green.

KIRBY - KENNEDY
Harbour Grace Standard   January 23, 1891 (Friday)

Marriage. At Holyrood, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. G. Battcock, Edward Kirby, of Holyrood, to Alice Kennedy, of Harbor Grace.

KIRBY - KENNEDY
The Times & General Commercial Gazette    January 24, 1891 (Saturday)

Married, at Holyrood, on the 18th inst., by the Rev. G. Battcock, Edward Kirby, of Holyrood, to Alice Kennedy, of Harbor Grace.

KNIGHT - BATSTONE
The Evening Telegram   June 19, 1907 (Wednesday)

Wedding Bells. The wedding of Miss Martha Knight and Mr. R. G. Batstone took place in St. Mary's Church, Southside, last evening. Rev. C.V. Cogan performed the ceremony. The bride was assisted by Miss H. Walsh and Miss B. Cook and looked very handsome in a neat wedding gown. The groom was assisted by Messrs. J. Bradbury and R. Hussey. Mr. G. McF. Hennebury gave the bride away. After the ceremony the wedding party drove to the house of Mr. J. Pender, Alexander Street, where thirty guests sat down to supper and an enjoyable time was spent. The present from the groom to the bride was a beautiful gold watch and chain. Many valuable presents were received, showing the esteem in which their friends hold them. Mr. Batstone is engineer with the Reid-Nfld Co. The happy pair will leave for Clarenville by to-morrow's express.

 

 

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