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Джон Кларк-Кеннеди

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Подполковник Джон Кларк-Кеннеди



Кларк Кеннеди служил в 18-м королевском Ирландском полку во время Китайской войны 1840-1842 гг., был в ставке при операциях на реке Кантон в 1847 году также служил в Пенджабе, кампания 1848-1849 с присвоенным ему званием майора, Будучи майором, со своим 18-м полком отправился в Крым и был произведен в подполковники в июне 1855 года, командовал передовым крылом полка в бригаде Эйра в наступлениях 18-полка в июне месяце, был ранен в шею . Оставил полк в августе 1855 г., когда был назначен в штаб-квартиру AAG , и присутствовал на заключительном нападении на Севастополь. Впоследствии он командовал военным эшелоном (поездом). Умер в 1867 году.
Энциклопедия "Британская империя".


(Англ.) Lieutenant-Colonel John Clark Kennedy
Clark Kennedy served with the 18th Royal Irish Regiment in the China War of 1840-42 and was on the staff in the operations in the Canton River in 1847. He also served in the Punjab campaign of 1848-49 with the rank of brevet of major. He was a major when the 18th went to the Crimea and was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in June 1855. He commanded the advanced wing of the regiment in Eyre's brigade at the assault on the 18th June and was wounded in the neck. He left the regiment in August 1855 when he was appointed AAG at HQ, and was present at the final assault on Sebastopol. Afterwards he commanded the Military Train. He died in 1867.

John Clark-Kennedy by Camille Silvy albumen print, 1860
3 1/4 in. x 2 1/8 in. (81 mm x 54 mm) image size Purchased, 1904
NPG Ax50329



Увеличим изображение.



Написал книгу "Алжир и Тунис в 1845 г."
John Clark Kennedy "Algeria and Tunis in 1845"



Упоминание о Джоне Кларке в архивах Британии.

Rothay Bank. <1>
October the 16th
My dear Papa,
The letter you forwarded to me from Emily Cockburn, contains a piece of news you never would guess the marriage of one of our Edinburgh acquaintances, the most improbable person one could think of in a word Mr Coventry is going to marry a young lady of 28 a miss Pollen, daughter of an English clergyman, whose acquaintance he seems to have accidentally made at Harrogate. His friends cannot recover from their surprise at this sudden change of life, in one who apparently ledhad enjoyed such a happy existence, devoted to science and the arts, with every means of indulging his tastes, and who has waited to take such an important step till he is nearly 60. E. Cockburn mentions two other persons, unknown to us, about to follow this example, aged respectively sixty and seventy She says everyone is quite marrying mad. Tilly <2> has been to Dabton <3> to meet Mr C.s cousin, Colonel Clark Kennedy, <4> and his bride, <5> who is the daughter of Colonel Peregrine Cust <6>(brother of the late Lord Brownlow}<7> and niece of the Duke of Buccleugh. <8> We shall really go to Speddoch <9> on Tuesday, unless the state of the weather or some other cause quite prevent it, in which case you must make up your mind to receive us a day or two earlier at Lacock; But as the plan now stands we mean to leave Speddoch on Monday (tomorrow week) meet Mama <10>, Ela <11> and the rest at Oxenholme, sleep at Crewe, and be home on Tuesday, or Wednesday at latest, should we find it necessary to sleep two nights on the road. You will be glad to hear that Mamies <12> face is much better, but she is still far from strong, and we shall be all most happy to find ourselves once more safe and comfortable at home. We have been lately enjoying some lovely days, warm as summer, and the country all so beautiful with autumn tints; and then we have wished for you so much; but all the time it was raining you [illegible deletion] would have found it very tedious to be shut up in this small house, and at times the air has been as steamy and heavy almost as it can be at Lacock. Sir John Woodford <13> has played us quite false! not only he never appeared last Sunday when we expected him, but he has never written a word since to explain the reason: So we can only conjecture that he is ill, poor man, or absent, voluntarily or otherwise. Has not reading so much about the Great Eastern <14> given you a great wish to go and see it? but I confess I was much disappointed at hearing that at its greatest speed it is not likely to go more than 18 or 20 miles an hour. They talked so much of it before hand, as to raise ones expectations to something far more wonderful. And after all instead of its boasted immoveability it seems it can pitch and roll just like another ship. Major Wake <15> called here a moment on his way to Leamington to take leave of poor Mrs Shakespear, <16> who was to start on her return to India last Wednesday taking her youngest child back with her. Her sister Lady Grant <17> accompanies her to Calcutta, and then will probably have to go on to Hong Kong to join her husband. What an immense journey!
Mama wishes me to say she received your two letters yesterday and today, and will write on Tuesday to tell you if we are gone. The Lacock grapes were most excellent, and they have lasted till now.
Are you still thinking of Paris, and do you mean to flit before we return? I am so glad to think we shall soon be home to make you comfortable, for I am sure you do not take care of yourself, and do not make sufficiently good fires when it is damp and chilly. So hoping we shall all be snug together again before long,
believe me
your very affectionate daughter

Rosamond Talbot.
[envelope:]
H. F. Talbot Esqre
Laock Abbey
Chippenham
Wiltshire.
________________________________________
Notes:
1. Grasmere, Westmoreland: popular summer venue; Wordsworth is buried there.
2. Matilda Caroline Gilchrist-Clark, Tilly, ne Talbot (18391927), WHFTs 3rd daughter.
3. Dabton, Dumfriesshire: home of WHFTs daughter Matilda
4. John Clark Kennedy of Knockgray (d.1867).
5. Charlotte Isabella Cust (d.1914). They married on 8 September 1859.
6. Peregrine Francis Cust (17911873).
7. John Cust, 2nd Baron and 1st Earl of Brownlow (17791853).
8. Walter Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch and 7th Duke of Queensberry (18061884).
9. Speddoch, Dumfriesshire, 10 mi NW of Dumfries: home of WHFTs daughter Matilda
10. Constance Talbot, ne Mundy (18111880), WHFTs wife.
11. Ela Theresa Talbot (18351893), WHFTs 1st daughter.
12. Amlina Petit De Billier, Mamie, Amandier (17981876), governess and later close friend of the Talbot family [See Amlina's journal].
13. Sir John George Woodford (17851879), Major General. His distinguished military career included serving as aide-de-camp to Wellington at Waterloo in 1815. Between 1821 and 1837, when he retired, he successfully campaigned for wide-ranging reforms within the army, from the systems of military discipline and purchase of commissions, to recreational provision.
14. The Great Eastern was the largest steamship in the world in the second half of the 19th century. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for the Eastern Steam Navigation Company to carry sufficient coal for the entire voyage to Australia, thus avoiding spending valuable time in port re-coaling, and up to 4,000 passengers in luxury. The ship took five years to build and, after an abortive launch in 1858, finally undertook its maiden voyage in 1860.
15. Possibly Charles Hamilton Wake (18081874).
16. A relative of Mary Ann Thackeray, ne Shakespear (1793-1850); WHFT's cousin. Several of her brothers were employed by the East India Company - see Sir William Wilson Hunter, The Thackerays in India, and Some Calcutta Graves (London: Henry Frowde, 1897).
17. Lady Helen Grant (ne Tayler), wife of Sir James Hope Grant (b.1803), Commander-in-Chief, Madras, India in 1862.
http://foxtalbot.dmu.ac.uk/letters/transcriptName.php?bcode=Talb-R&pageNumber=29&pageTotal=163&referringPage=1


Здесь упоминается какой-то кузен полковник Кларк Кеннеди (умер в 1867 г., дата подтверждается)


Отец.
Кларк-Кеннеди (Sir Alexander Kennedy Clark-Kennedy) Александр Кеннеди, сэр (1782-1864)



Кларк-Кеннеди (Sir Alexander Kennedy Clark-Kennedy) Александр Кеннеди, сэр (1782-1864) – генерал-лейтенант британской службы (1858 год). Родился в 1782 году в Нокгрее (Knockgray, Kirkcudbrightshire, Шотландия) в семье генерал-майора Джона Кларка (John Clark of Nunland) и его супруги Энн Кеннеди (Ann Kennedy), образование получил в Университете Эдинбурга (Edinburgh University) и в 1802 году поступил на военную службу корнетом 8-го гусарского полка (8th Hussard Regiment). Участвовал в боевых операциях Пиренейской войны и в Бельгийской кампании 1815 года, в сражении 18 июня при Ватерлоо (Waterloo) командовал в чине капитана эскадроном 1-го драгунского полка в составе 1-й объединённой бригады (Union Brigade) тяжёлой кавалерии генерал-майора Понсомби (Sir Williem Ponsonby) резервной кавалерии генерал-лейтенанта Лорд Паджета (Henry-William Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey), отличился при атаке на пехоту корпуса генерала графа Друэ д,Эрлона (Jean-Baptiste Drouet d,Erlon), в ходе которой собственноручно захватил Орла 105-го французского линейного полка (105e Regiment d,infanterie de ligne), но вследствие тяжёлого ранения передал трофей капралу Фрэнсису Стайлзу (Francis Stiles) (1785-1828) с приказом доставить его в тыл. После окончания боевых действий служил в 7-м гвардейском драгунском полку (7th Dragoon Guards), в 1825 году – майор, 7 мая 1830 года – подполковник, 23 ноября 1841 года – адъютант Королевы, в 1854 году – генерал-майор, в 1858 году – генерал-лейтенант. Умер 30 января 1864 года в Лондоне (London) в возрасте 82 лет, похоронен в Дамфрисе (Dumfries). Высший Крест ордена Бани (15 ноября 1862 года), кавалер ганноверского королевского ордена Гвельфов (1831 год), шеф 6-го гвардейского драгунского полка (Carbineers) (1858 год), шеф 2-го Королевского драгунского полка (Royal Scots greys) (1862 год).
С 21 декабря 1816 года был женат на Гарриет Ребекке Рэндалл (Harriet Rebekah Randall) (1790- ), от которой имел пятерых детей:

Джон (John Clark-Kennedy) (1817-1857)
Александр Кеннеди (Alexander Kennedy Clark-Kennedy) (1821-1894)
Гарриет Сара (Harriet Sarah Clark-Kennedy) (1823-1857)
Мэри Джейн (Mary Jane Clark-Kennedy) (1823-1892)
Шарлотта Энн (Charlotte Anne Clark-Kennedy) (1827-1865).

Тут архивисты запутались со смертью в 1857 г. Характерно, что есть брат Александр!

Сестра Charlotte Isabella Clark-Kennedy (née Cust) by Camille Silvy albumen print, 1860
3 1/2 in. x 2 1/2 in. (88 mm x 63 mm) image size Purchased, 1904
NPG Ax50387






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