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THOM'S IRISH WHO'S WHO

KELLY, Thomas (M.P. for Dublin City, Stephen's Green Div.. from Dec, 1918); a Member of the Dublin Corporation; was chosen Lord Mayor, 1920. Res.: 23 Lougwood Avenue, S. Circular Road, Dublin.

KEMMIS, Lieut.-Col. William Henry Olphert, D.L., J.P., Co. Wicklow (High Sheriff, 1904); late Major R.G.A.; Lieut.-Col. Comdg. Wicklow R.F.A. Reserve, 1905-09; eldest son of late Col. Wm. Kemmis, D.L.. J.P. (ret. R.A.), of Ballinacor, Co. Wicklow; b. 1864; m. 1888, Frances Maude, second dau. of late Rev. Chas. Beauclerk, M.A., Vicar of Holy Trinity, Boulogne. Res.: Ballinacor, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow.

KENMARE, Earl of, 1800; Baron Castlerosse and Viscount Kenmare, 1689; Viscount Castlerosse and Earl of Kenmare, 1800 (Irld.); Baron Kenmare of Killarney (Unit. Kgd., 1856); Bart. (1622); Valentine Charles Browne. 5th Earl, C.V.O. (1904), Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Kerry; Hon. Col. 4th Batt. Roy. Munster Fusiliers, and formerly Lieut. 4th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. Master of the Horse to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (Earl of Dudley), 1903-1905; elder surviving son of Valentine Augustus, 4th Earl, and Gertrude Harriet (Countess of Kenmare), only dau. of Lord Charles Thynne, seventh son of 2nd Marquess of Bath, K.G.; b. 1st Dec, 1860; s. his father, 9th Feb., 1905; m. 26th April, 1887, Hon. Elizabeth. dau. of Baron Rovelstoke, and has issue three sons and two daus. Res.: Killarney House, Killarney. Co. Kerry; 66 Cadogan Square, London, S.W. Clubs: Brooks'; Turf, London; Kildare Street and Sackville Street, Dublin.

KENNEDY, Very Rev. Herbert Brownlow Kennedy, B.D., Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. Educ: Royal School, Armagh, and Trinity College, Dublin; 1st Honorman and Prizeman (Classics); B.A. (Resp.), 1886; Divinity Test; Ryan Prizeman, Downes Premium Liturgy (1st), and Written Composition, 1887; Elrington Theological Prize, 1888: B.D., 1889; M.A., member of Senate, Dublin University. Ordained (1886), for Curacy of St. Ann's. Dublin, 1886-92; Rector of Hollywood with Ballymore Eustace Dio. Glendalough. 1892-94; Naas with Killashee, Dio. Kildare. 1894-1900; St. Andrew's, Dublin. 1900-12; Mariners' Church, Kingstown, 1912-21; member of General Synod from 1906, and Standing Committee from 1920; Chaplain to the Lord Lieutenant from 1910; Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, 1916-20; Chancellor. 1920-21; Dean from 1921. Played for Dublin University Football Club 1st fifteen, 1884; ran with Co. Dublin Harriers, 1884-86; Dublin University Cycling Club, 1886; won Championship of Ireland, Seven Miles' Walk, 1885, time, 57 mins., 37 secs.; won One Mile Walk at Lewes, Sussex, 1885, time 7 mins., 31 sees., etc., etc. Recns.: motoring and swimming; m. 1890, Sophie Cope, younger dau. of William Colles, M.D., of 21 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, Surgeon-in-Ordinary to the Queen in Ireland, Regius Professor of Surgery in Dublin University, and President of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, and grand dau. of Abraham Colles, Professor of Surgery and President Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. Res.: Corrig Castle Kingstown, Co. Dublin. Clubs: University, Dublin; R. Irish Automobile.

KENNEDY, Hugh, B.A.. LL.B. (N.U.I.); Barrister King's Inns, 1902; K.C., 1920; Law Officer of the Provisional Government. Irish Free State, from 1922. Res.: 43 Waterloo Place, Dublin.

KENNEDY, Sir John Charles, Baronet (Unit. Kgd.. 1836). B.A. (Cantab.), D.L., J.P.. Co. Dublin Educ.: Eton; Trinity College, Cambridge. Recns.: hunting shooting, cricket; Captain of Co. Kildare Cricket Club; eldest son of 2nd Bart., and Augusta, dau. of Viscount Glentworth; b. 1856; s. his father, 1880; m. 1879, Sydney, dau. of Sir James Macaulay Higginson, and has issue two sons and two daus. Res.: Johnstown Kennedy, Hazlehatch, Co. Dublin. Club: Kildare Street, Dublin.

KENNEDY, Vice-Admiral Francis W., C.B. (1916); third son of the late Robert Kennedy, of Baronrath; H. M. Lieut. of Co. Kildare, by his wife, Alice, dau. of Rev. and Lady Emilie Gray. Educ. at Uppingham and Royal Academy, Gosport. Midshipman, H.M.S. "Sultan" in Egyptian War; present at Bombardment of Alexandria. 1882 (mentioned in despatches, medal and Khedive's Star); 1st Lieut. of H.M.S "Phoebe," 1895 to 1898; landed on various expeditions in East and West Africa; present at taking of an Arab stronghold, M'Weli, (wounded, mentioned in despatches): Benin Expedition, mentioned in despatches; Captain H.M. battle cruiser "Indomitable" in Great War, 1914 to June, 1916; present at action on Dogger Bank; towed the damaged battle cruiser "Lion" home after the action; mentioned in despatches. In command at Battle of Jutland, mentioned in despatches. C.B.; promoted to Rear-Admiral. Commanded Peterhead area of coast of Scotland, June, 1917, to May, 1919. Retired on promotion to Vice-Admiral. Awarded Cross of St. Amie, 2nd Class, with Cross Swords from Czar of Russia; m. Amy, third dau. of Col. H. H. Goodene, R.A.; has one son, Lieut. F. H. Kennedy, Royal Navy, and two daus. Judith E. R. and Lelia E. Res.: Hoe Mill. Maldon, Essex.