Facts and Events
There are several sightings of Kenelm Winslow in Severnstoke and Kempsey that cannot be entirely reconciled.
It thus appears likely that either the 1605 record has been misread or misstated, or there were two Kenelms, perhaps father and son. The older must be the father of Edward b. 1560.
See Kirkpatrick, Kenneth W. “The ‘Loving Cosens’: Herbert Pelham, Sir Arthur Hesilrige, and Gov. Edward1 Winslow,” NEHGR 154 (Jan. 2000):78–108
D. Kenelm Winslow of London, in his 'Mayflower Heritage', asserted (at 22): 'Through [Richard Winslow's] will and manorial records we can trace how his youngest son, Thomas, moved to nearby Kerswell, a hamlet within the parish of Kempsey . . . . Kenelm Winslow, son of Thomas of Kerswell, sold the farm and moved north to Worcester City. Kenelm's son Edward moving farther north where he set up in business extracting the famous Droitwich salt . . .' John Hunt apparently examined the documentation in the course of his several articles on Edward Winslow's connections in the 1960s and found them satisfactory, but they have not been published.