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announcing the deaths of Miss Alice Clark Kennedy of Knockgray, Carsphairn and her brother Lt Col William Hew Clark Kennedy VC who died in Montreal

located in Montreal, Canada

Lt. Col. William Hew Clark Kennedy and his two brothers Captain Archibald DH Clark Kennedy and Captain Alexander K Clark Kennedy

taken at Knockgray in 1915

in uniform of the Imperial Yeomanry

Taken on the drive opposite Knockgray House 1886

From the left - The Honourable Lettice Lucy Clark Kennedy d:1939, Leopald James b:1881 - d:1932, Alice Arthur b:1882 - d:1961, Lettice Eleanor b:1878 - d:1926, The daughter of John Waugh (gamekeeper), William Hew b:1878 - d:1961 and John William…

Was trained by Standard Life in Edinburgh along with his brother Archibald. He served in the Boer War and was wounded. On his return he was sent to Canada and, on the outbreak of the First World War, joined the Canadian Infantry Brigade. He became…

2012 Exhibition

One Hundred Years a Hero, Lt Col Willian Hew Clark Kennedy VC

An Officer and a Gentleman - the Life of John Clark Kennedy 1918 - 2010

A Carsphairn Family - 300 Years at Knockgray
Lt Colonel John Clark Kennedy M.C. 1919-2010, An Appreciation; Anniversaries; Jamieson House; The late C. E. Stewart, Carsphairn, Portrait of a Rural Postman; Carsphairn Golf Course; From the History of Galloway, Volume I, published 1841; Corsefairne…
The Clark Memorandum Book; The addition of the surname Kennedy; Notice: Spring Buffet; ‘First Aid’; ‘Grit in the Eye’; Review from the Gallovidian Annual 1923; A letter from Waterloo 26th June 1815; Rejoicings at Carsphairn – Coming of Age of Lt…
Memories of Coronation Day 2nd June 1953; Glenkens Schools Over the Centuries;Tribute to Charles Cathcart ; The Knockgray Burial Ground by Colonel John Clark Kennedy; newspaper clippings : Consecration of the Cemetery at Knockgray and Funeral of…
Kiltarsen / Kiltarsan / Kiltarsin?? Which and Where?; International Connections; Salmon May Return to Carsphairn by Robin Ade; Extract from the Galloway Gazette of Saturday August 30 1873. Referring to Capt. Clark Kennedy’s intention to improve sport…
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