In starting this chapter, I have been largely motivated by a recent unexpected encounter with a Queensland cousin whose maiden name was Frances Kennedy (married name, Dawn Mohr).
We now know the name of the Kennedys' native village in Ulster: Brookeborough. We also know that at least two of the three brothers from Fermanagh arrived in South Australia. There, in the town of Yankalilla, William Kennedy married a Scottish girl, Catherine McMaster. For the moment, I don't know what this lass was doing down in South Australia, because most of her clan were settled up in the Glen Innes region of NSW. In any case, that is the area to which William and Catherine finally found their way, settling first in the McMaster territory of Wellingrove, then in nearby Emmaville.
I now intend to get stuck into the Cranston side of my story.