William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney, né le 24 août 1847 à Rajkot en Inde britannique et mort le 24 avril 1908 à Shifnal (Angleterre), est un homme politique, un militaire et un sportif anglais.Kenyon-Slaney est le fils du Capitaine William Kenyon de la Seconde cavalerie de Bombay et de Frances Catherine Slaney, fille de Robert A. Slaney de Shropshire.

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  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney, né le 24 août 1847 à Rajkot en Inde britannique et mort le 24 avril 1908 à Shifnal (Angleterre), est un homme politique, un militaire et un sportif anglais.Kenyon-Slaney est le fils du Capitaine William Kenyon de la Seconde cavalerie de Bombay et de Frances Catherine Slaney, fille de Robert A. Slaney de Shropshire. Suite à la mort de Robert Slaney en 1862, la famille Kenyon hérite de la propriété des Slaney de Hatton Grange près deShifnal dans le Shropshire et prend le nom de Kenyon-Slaney.William Kenyon-Slaney fait ses études à l'Eton College et brièvement à Christ Church (Oxford). En novembre 1867, il quitte Oxford rejoint le troisième bataillon des Grenadier Guards. Kenyon Slaney est un sportif confirmé et joue au cricket au Marylebone Cricket Club. Il est aussi un footballeur évoluant au club du Wanderers Football Club. Il entre dans l'histoire du football le 8 mars 1873, face à l'Écosse, en inscrivant dès la première minute le premier but de l'histoire de l'équipe d'Angleterre de football et du football international.En 1882, sous les ordres de Garnet Joseph Wolseley, il prend part à la Bataille de Tel el-Kebir. En 1887 il est promu colonel avant de prendre sa retraite cinq ans plus tard.Le 22 février 1887, il épouse Mabel Selina Bridgeman, la fille du comte de Bradford Orlando Bridgeman. Ils ont deux enfants : une fille, Sybil Agnes Kenyon-Slaney (née en 1888) et un fils, Robert Orlando Rodolph Kenyon-Slaney (né en 1892).En 1886, Kenyon-Slaney, membre du Parti conservateur, est élu à la Chambre des communes du Parlement du Royaume-Uni où il siège jusqu'en 1908.
  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney (24 August 1847 – 24 April 1908), sportsman, soldier and politician.Kenyon-Slaney was born in Rajkot in Gujarat in India, the son of Captain William Kenyon of the 2nd Bombay cavalry and Frances Catherine Slaney, daughter of Robert A. Slaney of Shropshire. Upon the death of Robert Slaney in 1862 the Kenyon family inherited the Slaney family estate of Hatton Grange near Shifnal in Shropshire and the Kenyon family name was changed to Kenyon-Slaney.Kenyon-Slaney was educated at Eton and briefly at Christ Church, Oxford. In November 1867, he left Oxford and received a commission into the 3rd battalion of the Grenadier Guards. Kenyon-Slaney was a noted sportsman and played first-class cricket for the MCC. He was also a keen association football player playing for Wanderers and was selected to play for England against Scotland in the second ever football international on 8 March 1873, where he scored two goals. Kenyon-Slaney became the first player to score in an international football match as the first international between the two nations in November the previous year had been a goalless draw.In 1882 under the command of Sir Garnet Wolseley he took part in the Battle of Tel el-Kebir during the Urabi Revolt and was decorated for his efforts. In 1887 he was promoted to Colonel and placed on half pay. He fully retired from the military in 1892.On 22 February 1887, he married Lady Mabel Selina Bridgeman, daughter of the 3rd Earl of Bradford; they had two children; a daughter Sybil Agnes Kenyon-Slaney (b. 1888) and a son Robert Orlando Rodolph Kenyon-Slaney (b. 1892) who was High Sheriff of Shropshire in 1935.In 1886 Kenyon-Slaney was elected to Parliament to represent the Newport division of Shropshire for the Conservative Party which he represented until his death (after an attack of gout) in 1908. He was buried at St Andrew's Parish Churchyard, Ryton, Shropshire.
  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney (Rajkot, 24 agosto 1847 – 21 aprile 1908) è stato un calciatore e politico inglese, di ruolo attaccante.
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  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney, né le 24 août 1847 à Rajkot en Inde britannique et mort le 24 avril 1908 à Shifnal (Angleterre), est un homme politique, un militaire et un sportif anglais.Kenyon-Slaney est le fils du Capitaine William Kenyon de la Seconde cavalerie de Bombay et de Frances Catherine Slaney, fille de Robert A. Slaney de Shropshire.
  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney (Rajkot, 24 agosto 1847 – 21 aprile 1908) è stato un calciatore e politico inglese, di ruolo attaccante.
  • William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney (24 August 1847 – 24 April 1908), sportsman, soldier and politician.Kenyon-Slaney was born in Rajkot in Gujarat in India, the son of Captain William Kenyon of the 2nd Bombay cavalry and Frances Catherine Slaney, daughter of Robert A. Slaney of Shropshire.
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