In 1880, she was living at 2813 D Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with her parents and siblings.
She died on 16 November 1899, at 2818 C Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, of pulmonary tuberculosis. The funeral was held at 2818 C Street (her residence). Services were held in the Fairhill United Presbyterian Church at 2 PM on Tuesday. She was buried in her parents' plot in Greenwood Cemetery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 21 November 1899.
1880 U.S. census, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, population schedule, enumeration district 535, page 261 stamped = 6B penned, family 65; image copy, FamilySearch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33S7-9YBX-HT9 : accessed 3 October 2019); citing National Archives, microfilm publication T9, roll 1184.
John Kenneday, white, male, 41, married, engineer, can't read, born Ireland
wife Margaret, white, female, 36, married, keeping house, born Penna
son William, white, male, 16, single, born Penna
son John, white, male, 12, single, at school, born Penna
daughter Annie, white, female, 15, single, born Penna
daughter Martha, white, female, 10, single, at school, born Penna
daughter Eliza, white, female, 7, single, at school, born Penna
daughter Margaret, white, female, 5, single, at school, born Penna
daughter Jennie, white, female, 3, single, born Penna
son Robert, white, male, 1, single, born Penna
Greenwood Cemetery Office (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) to Harry A Ide, 2007, providing transcribed list of burials in section N, sub-section 3, grave 90.
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