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Kenney, Arthur Henrylocked

  • Gordon Goodwin
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Kenney, Arthur Henry (1776/7–1855), Church of Ireland dean of Achonry and religious writer, was the youngest son of Edward Kenney (d. 23 April 1818), vicar-choral and prebendary of Cork, and Frances, daughter of Thomas Herbert MP, of Muckross, co. Kerry. In 1790 he entered ...

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