"Rev Norman Hicks officiating. The late Mrs Kenward, who was 87 years of age at the time of her death, arrived in Western Australia with her, husband and family from England in 1905, going direct to Bullock Hills where they commenced farming, remaining there for six years. They then moved to the Datatine area, which was just being opened up, and selected another property, on which she remained to the time of her death. Her husband died in 1923, but she, with the assistance of her family, continued to extend and develop her farm to a high state of productivity. A deeply religious woman, when she first came to Bullock Hills, with the assistance of her husband and the Webb family, she performed pioneering work in the establishment of the Baptist community in that area. Later, when settled at Datatine, Mr and Mrs Kenward were the first to work for the establishment of the Methodist community, but her efforts did not stop with any particular religious denomination, for she gave help and hospitality to all. She was beloved and respected by all with whom she came in contact and her death will be deeply felt by all her friends and acquaintances. Pallbearers were Messrs H. A. Phillips, A. S. Jarvis, E. T. Pettit, F. Bowden, H. Ward, and J. Robson. Funeral arrangements being conducted by Messrs C. E. Courtis and Sons, of Katanning".
Great Southern Herald, Monday 19 November 1948 p5"