Mary Kendrick


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Mary Elizabeth (Page) Kendrick (b. November 9, 1854 - d. August 2, 1941) was the wife to Frederick P. Kendrick (b. April 5, 1858 - d. May 1937). Mary was originally from Louth, England and moved to New Zealand to work as an English teacher. It was in New Zealand where she met and married Frederick "Fred" Kendrick in 1881.

Mary and Fred had many children: Fred L. Kendrick in New Zealand, Dorothy and Alan in Massachusetts and Sidney (daughter) and Gordon (son) after they moved to Arizona in 1895. Daughter Sidney was born in Coconino County on August 14, 1885. Fred worked as a mining engineer and mechanic and worked some of Arizona's first mining mills and smelters. At one point, they lived in the small mining town of Middleton near Congress, Arizona. However, by 1910 the family had moved to Glendale, Arizona.


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