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KNIGHTAGE. 1874. Stadacona, Torquay; "Junior United Service Club. K, Right Hon. ^VEdward Ebenezer, P.C., son of the late Robert Kay, Esq., of Bury, Lancashire, and brother of Sir James Kay-Shuttlevorth, ist Bart. ; b. 1822 ; ed. atTrin. Coll. Camb. (B.A. 1844, M-A. 1848) ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1847, a Q.C. 1866, and Treasurer 1888 ; is a J.P. for Norfolk ; was a Judge of the Supreme Court of Justice (Chancery Div.) 1881-90, when he was appointed a Lord Justice of .Appeal : m. 1850, Mary Valence, who d. 1889, da. of the late Rev. W. French, D.D., Master of Jesus Coll., Camb., and Canon of Ely ; cr. K.B. 1881, P.C. 1890. 37, Hyde Park Gardens, W. ; Thorpe Abbott's, Scale, Norfolk; Oxford and Cambridge and Atheixzum Clubs. iKAYE, Sir William Squire Barker, C. B. ,Q.C., LL. D. ; son of the late George Kaye, Esq., of Market Hill, co. Armagh ; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin 1855, a Q.C. 1877 ; was sometime senior Crown Pro- secutor for co. Armagh, Counsel to Post Office, one of the Editors of the ' ' Irish Common Law Reports, " and a Revising Barrister for Dublin City 1868-75 ; un- successfully contested Armagh City (LC) 1875; is a J.P. for co. Armagh, Assist. Under Sec. for Ireland, and Clerk ol Privy Council (Ireland): m. 1859, Fanny, da. of the late Richard Barker, Esq., of Sterling, co. Meath; cr. K.B. 1885, C.B. 1887. 62, Fitywilliam Square, Dublin ; Abbey House, Armagh ; University (Dublin} ,Club. XEENAN, Right Hon. Sir Patrick Joseph, P. C., K.C.M.G., C.B.,M.R.I.A., son of the late John Keenan, Esq. , of Phibsborough ; b. 1826; was Inspector of National Education, Ireland, 1848, Head Inspector 1854-9, ar >d Ch. of Inspection 1859 ; has been Resident Commr. of National Education of Ireland since 1871 ; in 1869 was Commr. to inquire into state of Education in Trinidad, and in 1878 was specially appointed Commr. to inquire into the University, Lyceums, and Primary Schools of Malta ;' in 1881 was Pres. of Education Section of Social Science Con- gress at Trin. Coll., Dublin ; is a J.P. for co. Dublin, and a Gov. of Roy. Hiber- nian Mil. Sch. ; m. 1860, Elizabeth Agnes, da. of Michael Quin, Esq., J.P., of Waterville, co. Limerick ; cr. C.B. 1871, K.C.M.G. 1881, P.C. 1885. Delville, Glasnevin, Dublin; Stephen's Green Club. .KEKEWICH, Hon. Sir Arthur, 2nd son of the late Samuel Trehawke Kekewich, Esq. ,of Peamore, Exeter, successively M. P. for Exeter and S. Devon ; b. 1832 ; ed. at Eton, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. ist class classics and 2nd class mathematics, 1854, Fellow of Exeter Coll. 1854, M.A. 1857) ; Bar. Lincoln's-Inn 1858, Q.C. 1877, and Bencher of his Inn 1881 ; unsuccess- fully contested Coventry (C 1880 and Barnstaple Div, of Devon 1885 ; has been a Justice of the High Court of judicature (Chancery Div.) since 1886 : ;;/. 1858, Marianne, da. of James William Freshfield (the younger), Esq., of 5, Bank Buildings and Reigate; cr. 1886. 19, Park Cres- cent, Portland Place, W. KELLY, Gen. Sir Richard Denis, K.C.B., son of Lieut. -Col. Richard Kelly, late 34111 Foot, of Weston, Meath ; b. 1815; ed. at Royal Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; entered 34th Foot 1834, became Capt. 1841, Major 1848, Lieut. -Col. 1854, Col. 1858, Major-Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1877, and Gen. 1880; retired 1882; appointed Col. Leinster Regt. 1880, Roy. Irish Regt. 1886, and Border Regt. 1889 ; served in Crimea (medal with clasps, Turkish medal, Legion of Honour, and Medjidie, being wounded and taken prisoner by the Russians 1855, specially mentioned in despatch), and in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-9 (wounded, thanked by Gov. -Gen. and Com. -in-Ch. in India, a good service pension, frequently mentioned in despatches, and medal with clasp) : m. 1848, Ellen, da. of Sir William Dillon, 4th Bart.; cr. C.B. 1858, K.C.B. 1860. Shntblands, Earley, Berks ; Muck- Ion, Ballyfora.il, Galway. KEMBALL, Gen. Sir Arnold Burrowes, K.C.B. , K.C.S.I., son of the late Arnold Kemball, Esq.; b. 1820 ; entered E.I.Co.'s Artillery 1837, became Capt. 1851, Major 1857, Lieut.-Col. 1860, Col. R.A. 1863, Maj.-Gen. 1874, Lieut.-Gen. 1877, Col. Comdt. 1878, and Gen. 1880 ; served in first Affghan War 1838-9 (medal), in Per- sian Expedition 1857 (medal with clasp, C.B., and mentioned in despatches), and in Turko-Russian War as British Mil. Attache at Head -quarters of Turkish Army 1876-7 ; was Assist. Resident in Persian Gulf 1842, and Resident 1852, Acting Consul-Gen, at Bagdad, and Poli- tical Agent in Turkish Arabia in 1847 and 1849-51, Consul-Gen, at Bagdad and Political Agent there, 1855 ; attended upon H.I.M. the Shah of Persia during his visit to England in 1873 : m. 1868, Anna Fanny, 3rd da. of A. N. Shaw, Esq., of New Hall, N.B. ; cr. C.B. 1858, K. C.S.I. 1869, K.C.B. 1878. 14, Aldfotd Street, Park Lane, W. ; United Service and AthencBum Clubs. KENNEDY, Gen. Sir Michael Kava- nagh, K. C.S.I., son of the late George Michael Kennedy, Esq., Barrister- at-Law ; b. 1824 ; ed. at Addiscombe ; entered Bombay Engineers 1841, became Capt. 1854, Lieut.-Col. R.E. 1861, Col. 1866, Major-Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1878, Gen. 1 88 1, and Col. Comdt. 1891 ; was sometime Sec. to Bombay Govt. in Public Works and Railway Depart., Personal Assist, to Gov. of Madras for famine relief, an additional Member of Council of Gov. of India, and Controller-Gen. Supply and Transport, Afghan War, 1879-80 (mentioned in despatches and medal with clasp) : m. 1848, Henrietta, who