Mary (Surgenier) Kennedy

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Mary Mary (Surgenier) Kennedy
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Heidelberg, Australia
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Mary Surgenier Kennedy was born into the Surgenier family and married into the Kennedy family. She was the parent of William Victor Kennedy with an unlisted spouse. We know that Mary Surgenier Kennedy had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.
Updated: February 6, 2019
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Mary Surgenier Kennedy
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She was the parent of William Victor Kennedy with an unlisted spouse. We know that Mary Surgenier Kennedy had been residing in Heidelberg, Australia.

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