05 MAR 1709 (= 1710)
The christening date is given in Old Style dating, and should be read in present day terms as 1710.Oliver-4952 16:59, 10 August 2017 (EDT)
28 January 1771
Kenardington, Kent, ENGLAND
This date, taken from an online transcription of notes made in the churchyard, is incorrect. (This has now been corrected as per no. 39 in the source listed  ) I have examined the gravestone in situ at Kenardington (on 12th August 2017) and can confirm that the inscription of Henry's date of death is still legible as 1776.Oliver-4952 11:00, 13 August 2017 (EDT)
5 Feb 1776
Saint Mary's Church, Kenardington, Kent, England
If the date of death from the monumental inscription is read as 28th January 1776, agreeing with the burial date in the register, then the age of 65 at death matches precisely the christening date of 5 March 1709, read in modern terms as 1710.Oliver-4952 16:59, 10 August 2017 (EDT)
Henry was married twice, firstly to Elizabeth Downe at Kenardington on 15th May 1738. Following her death in 1747, he married secondly Elisabeth Moore at Lydd, Kent, on 17th November 1749.Oliver-4952 17:20, 10 August 2017 (EDT)
Henry and his brother Thomas were both married at Kenardington on the same day.
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 02 February 2019), memorial page for Henry Kingsnorth (5 Mar 1710–28 Jan 1776), Find A Grave Memorial no. 146762869, citing St Mary's Churchyard, Kenardington, Ashford Borough, Kent, England ; Maintained by 1414Jan (contributor 48003845). Find A Grave: Memorial #146762869
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