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Kenny John Sheridan (1910–1976)

The death occurred on September 25, at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, of Mr. Kenny John Sheridan.

Kenny John Sheridan was born at Darlington Point, Murrumbidgee, and was the son of the late Henry Kenny and Carmen Sheridan of Wellington.

Following his marriage to Kathleen Moras, he lived at Bakers Swamp in the Wellington-Molong District.

In 1947 he purchased a property in the Goolma District at Mebul and lived there until his retirement in 1974 due to failing health.

After living for a short period at Mosman, he purchased a home in Mudgee.

The late Mr. Sheridan is survived by his widow, Kathleen, of Caroline Crescent, Mudgee and the following family: Barry (Newtown), Michael (Lahey’s Creek), Joan (Rose Bay) and John (Manly).

Requiem Mass was celebrated at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Mudgee, by Fr. Max Blumenthal on Wed, September 29.

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'Sheridan, Kenny John (1910–1976)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/sheridan-kenny-john-13582/text24311, accessed 28 February 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

14 August, 1910
Darlington Point, New South Wales, Australia

Death

25 September, 1976 (aged 66)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Religious Influence

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