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Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
|Spouse(s)||A daughter of Patrick R. Bohan|
Martin Kenneavy (died c. 1890) was an Irish piper.
Of this musician, Francis O'Neill recorded that a Mr. Flanagan said he was:
Mr. Flanagan further related that
"In 1887, after a long absence from my native land, I heard him play in Gibney's tavern, at the top of Knockmaroon hill, Phoenix Park, and from him I picked up some fine tunes."
Kenneavy died in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, about 1890.
- Database (undated). "Kinneavy: Households in Griffith's Valuation (1847–64)". The Irish Times. Retrieved 3 October 2013.
- Famous Pipers who flourished principally in the second half of the nineteenth century Chapter 21 in Irish Minstrels and Musicians, by Capt. Francis O'Neill, 1913.