NameLawrence Kendall
Birth31 Aug 1819, Rangihoua, Bay of Islands, New Zealand
Death8 Jun 1881, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia8,33
Burialaft 8 Jun 1881, Old Wesleyan Section, Rookwood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia8,33
OccupationMiller
FatherThomas W Kendall (1778-1832)
MotherJane Quickfall (1784-1866)
Spouses
Birth1822, Cork, England, United Kingdom
Death21 Sep 1890, Petersham, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia8,34,33
Burialaft 21 Sep 1890, Old Wesleyan Section, Rookwood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia8,33
Marriage1 Jun 1841, Wesleyan, Methodist, Sydney New South Wales, Australia
ChildrenSamuel (1842-~1842)
 Ruth Jane (1842-1912)
 John Thomas (1844-1919)
 Samuel (1846-1912)
 Joseph (1848-1937)
 Mary Ann (1850-1923)
 Alice Lester (1852-1853)
 Charles Lawrence (1855-1927)
 Emma Bowden (1857-1858)
 Lawrence (1860-1862)
Notes for Lawrence Kendall
In the November 1828 Census was listed as living at Illawarra.
Arrived on the "Elizabeth" in 1827

Lawrence Kendall built a steam-operated flourmill at the southern end of Queen Street, Campbelltown in the early 1840s. This is now known as the Fisher’s Ghost Restaurant. Lawrence was an uncle of the poet Henry Kendall.35
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