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Lawrence James Kennaway

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Lawrence James Kennaway (1834-1904) of Homefield House, Exeter

Born at Exeter the son of William Kennaway, Wine Merchant

Made money as a colonial farmer in Christchurch, New Zealand

1904 December 28th. Died. Of Homefield. Probate to Mary Louisa Kennaway, Widow, and to Leonard Mark Kennaway.

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