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William Charles 
Kensington
1845 - 1922


William Charles 
Kensington
, Eldest son. He was a surveyor and became the Commissioner of Lands and head of the survey department etc. and was the first public servant to be awarded the I.S.O. Issue - 3 sons and 3 daus.

Born: Criccieth, , , Wales 1845 Baptised: Llanystumdwy, Carnarvan, , Wales 4th Aug 1845
Died: 1922Buried:
Family:
Kensington

Ancestors
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1.
William Charles 
Kensington
(
Kenny
) 1845 - 1922
2.
Charles Jephson William 
Kensington
(
Maturin
) 1815 - 1877
4.
John Larkins 
Kensington
(
Jones
) 1789 - post 1830
5.
Catherine Gwynne 
Jones
(
Kensington
) ante 1798 - post 1815
3.
Olivia Emily 
Maturin
(
Kensington
) 1821 - 1897
6.
William Peter 
Maturin
(
Jones
) + 1842
7.
Elizabeth 
Jones
(
Maturin
) 1794 - 1867

Siblings


1.
Cecil Thomas 
Kensington
1846 - 1929
2.
Charles Spearing 
Kensington
1847 - 1930
3.
Marion 
Kensington
1849 - 1915
4.
Charlotte Edith 
Kensington
1850 - 1879
5.
Frederick Bridges 
Kensington
(
Lawlor
) 1852 - 1932
6.
Sarah Catherine 
Kensington
1853 - 1927
7.
Norreys Jephson 
Kensington
1855 - 1913
8.
Renira Eleanor 
Kensington
1856 - 1927
9.
Charles 
Kensington
* 1857
10.
Henry Delaporte 
Kensington
1861 - 1914

Spouses



1. , , Auckland, New Zealand 17th Apr 1873
Amy 
Kenny
(
Kensington
) 1850 - 1906

Descendants
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a.
Amy 
Kenny
(
Kensington
) 1850 - 1906
1.
Norman Charles 
Kensington
1a. ?
1.1.
Norman Charles 
Kensington
(
Coates
) 1878 - 1957 ...
Sources

Census

Timeline


1845Born Criccieth, Wales
4th Aug 1845Baptised Llanystumdwy, Carnarvan, Wales
31st Mar 1851Son in 1851 census (census) Devizes, Wilts., England
1861Son in 1861 census (census) Bruton, Somerset, England
17th Apr 1873Married
Amy 
Kenny
(
Kensington
) 1850 - 1906 Auckland, New Zealand
1922Died
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