George Kennedy (rancher)

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George Kennedy was a rancher, legislator and Utah State Road Superintendent.

Kennedy was the son of John Kennedy, who was a native of Scotland and a coal miner. John Kennedy joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and came to Utah. He eventually ended up in Randolph, Utah where he formed the Bank of Randolph in connection with Peter Johnson.

George Kennedy married Peter Johnson's daughter Katherine. They had five sons, the youngest of whom was David M. Kennedy.

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