This is the History of my Family. We are the decendants of the late Mack Dwao Kpenneh Kennedy, son of Gbanja Kwie of the "HOUSE OF DOGBA" from the Town of Zordee, Tehr clan,Loffa Gola Chiefdom, Bomi County in the Republic of Liberia located in West Africa.
The infomation gathered from varous family and other sources give the account as follows:
Mack D K Kennedy was born in Zordee around 1870 as Dwao Kpenneh. He was forstered by a man in Crozzoville name Mack Kennedy who gave him his name because he had no son. He only had one daughter called Florence. The Younger Mack later move to Arthington to complete his training as a carpenter. He met and married a young lady from Zoe Gonja town in the township of Arthington. Her name was Horkpor Dee "mama Klor".They had two children, Massah Kpu Kennedy aroung 1905 and Robert Zoe Kpahn Kennedy about 1908. He later returned to Zordee with his Family.
In Zordee, Mack married a second wife called Bettie "TeTe". She Bore him a Daughter called Grace Zoe Kennedy.
SECOND GENERATION: Massa Kpu married Njola Karmon and had Jartu after that union, she later maried Gbanja Dadoa Tundu and born Jenneh Kponday.
Robert Z. K. Kennedy Had two Wives, Bettie Gbain Johnson and Hawah Sawaye Mannah. Each bore him three children as follows: Bettie had Francess Tenneh Jonn Kennedy(1936), Robert Blamah Kamaa Kennedy(1941)and Mack Sardaya Kennedy(1949). Hawah Gave birth to Frand Vannah Woo Gbanja Kwie Kennedy(1938), Alfred Boymah Zinnah Kennedy(1944) and Charles Varney Gballey Kennedy(1946. Robert Kennedy had another son called George Kennedy. However upto this Writing, I do not have the information about him. In due time the information will be included when received.
Grace Zoe Kennedy Married Cephus Davis. They had one Child named MacDonald Big Boy Davis.
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