Family of Henry Thomas KENNETT and Agnes Jane BROWNING

Husband: Henry Thomas KENNETT (1828-1861)
Wife: Agnes Jane BROWNING (c. 1831-1913)
Children: Penelope Agnes KENNETT (1853-1939)
Henry William KENNETT (1855-1885)
Ellen Edith KENNETT (1856- )
Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT (1861-1932)
Caroline Annie KENNETT (1862-1889)
Marriage 13 Jan 1853 Newington, Kent

Husband: Henry Thomas KENNETT

Name: Henry Thomas KENNETT
Sex: Male
Father: Gilbert William KENNETT (1792-1854)
Mother: Ann JUDGE (1794-1840)
Birth 1828 Faversham, Kent
Christening 6 Feb 1828 (age 0)
Occupation Insurance Clerk / Life Assurance Agent
Death 16 Aug 1861 (age 32-33) Long Ditton, Esher, Surrey
Cause: Nervous fever

Wife: Agnes Jane BROWNING

Name: Agnes Jane BROWNING
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth c. 1831 Deal, Kent
Occupation Machinist / Boading Housekeeper
Death 19 May 1913 (age 81-82) London (Muswell Hill)

Child 1: Penelope Agnes KENNETT

Name: Penelope Agnes KENNETT
Sex: Female
Birth 20 Mar 1853 London (Brixton)
Occupation Boarding Housekeeper
Death 29 Nov 1939 (age 86) London (Hornsey)

Child 2: Henry William KENNETT

Name: Henry William KENNETT
Sex: Male
Birth 1855 London (Lambeth)
Christening 24 Jan 1855 (age 0) London (Lambeth)
Death 1885 (age 29-30)

Child 3: Ellen Edith KENNETT

Name: Ellen Edith KENNETT
Sex: Female
Spouse: Harry DANIEL ( - )
Birth 1856 London (Lambeth)
Christening 30 Aug 1856 (age 0) London (Lambeth)

Child 4: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT

Name: Sidney Ernest Charles KENNETT
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Louisa DEAKIN ( - )
Spouse 2: Elizabeth Julia CLARK (1872-1965)
Birth 25 Jun 1861 Long Ditton, Esher, Surrey
Occupation Clerk
Death 4 Jul 1932 (age 71) Worthing, Sussex

Child 5: Caroline Annie KENNETT

Name: Caroline Annie KENNETT
Sex: Female
Birth 14 Mar 1862 London (Kentish Town)
Death 20 Jan 1889 (age 26) London (Paddington)
Cause: She had had a diseased heart for 10 years and caught a lung infection which killed her after 3 days.

Note on Husband: Henry Thomas KENNETT

The death cert. for his youngest daughter, Annie Caroline mentions that her deceased father was a ‘Secretary in Royal Naval & Military Office’.

Henry gave his address as Beresford St. and Agnes said she lived at St. Peter, Cornhill.

In 1859 Henry and Agnes lived at 13 Waterloo Place, which is off the Pall Mall end of the Haymarket, London.

In 1861 the family were living at Riverside Cottages, Long Ditton, Esher. They had two servants in the house.

He left under £600 according to the letters of administration.

Note on Wife: Agnes Jane BROWNING

In 1871 Agnes was living at 47 Walford Road, Hornsey, Finsbury with Agnes, Sidney and Caroline Annie. Agnes Jane was working as a machinist.

In 1881 Agnes was on the census as a widow living or staying with her younger daughter and family at 67 Stoney Lane, Lewisham, Kent.

In 1901 she was listed as a visitor at a house, 27 Aberdeen Park, Islington in the St. Saviour area.