Person:Daniel Kennedy (10)

Daniel Kennedy
b.1730 Maryland
m. est. 1725-28
  1. Francis KennedyEst 1725 to 1735 -
  2. Daniel Kennedy1730 - Bef 1761
  • HDaniel Kennedy1730 - Bef 1761
m. Bef 1758
  1. John KennedyBet 1749 & 1759 -
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Kennedy
Gender Male
Birth? 1730 Maryland
Marriage Bef 1758 Marylandto
Death? Bef Nov 1761 Frederick County, Maryland[some say November 1758]
Other[1] Sep 1803 Bourbon, Kentucky, United Statesnamed in court record
  1. Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer. Kentucky records: early wills and marriages, copied from court house records by regents, historians and the state historian; old bible records and tombstone inscriptions; records from Barren, Bath, Bourbon, Clark, Daviess, Fayette, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mason, Montgomery, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Scott, and Shelby counties. (Lexington, Kentucky: Keystone Printery, Inc., c1932)

    September Court, 1803
    Deposition of John Kennedy to establish land of Joseph Penn deposeth: he came out to establish improvements of John Kennedy (son of John) on Kennedy's Creek; met at Thomas' Station and proceeded to location where Joseph Kennedy's improvement was made and from thence to improvement of John Kennedy (son of John).

    John Kennedy (son of Daniel), abt. 44 [sic] yrs., deposeth: in March, 1776, agreed to come out with Thomas Kennedy and at same time John Kennedy (son of John) and Joseph Kennedy made application to deponant with Thomas Kennedy to look out for land for them. Deponant, with Thomas Kennedy, set out on journey, arrived at Boonesborough in April, where deponant met with Michael Stoner with whom he had been, long acquainted, both of same occupation having wrought a considerable time in Frederick Town. Stoner knew of no claim on certain land except that of David Gass who had marked trees at a spring, which spring now occupied by Mr. Breckenridge, etc.

    Edward Wilson, aged abt. 65 yrs., deposeth: in 1782 he surveyed preemption.

    October Court, 1803

    Deposition of John Kennedy (son of Daniel), aged abt. 54 [sic] yrs., to establish Joseph Kennedy's land, deposeth: in 1776 he agreed to come out with Thomas Kennedy, etc.

  2. Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).

    Daniel Kennedy, also the son of the first marriage of John Kennedy, Sr., was born by 1732, for he was appointed Constable of the "Potomac Hundred, Upper Part" in the November Court of 1753. About 1760, he signed a petition to the Governor and Assembly asking that the parish be divided. he died by November 1761, for the Judgement Records of the November Court contains an appeal by Francis Kennedy for custody of the "several small children" of his brother, Daniel, deceased.