There is minimal reference to Kenroth in Jamaica; the first reference is seen in this advertisement: >>>>>>>>
[A P Rowe was presumably Arthur Panton Rowe, a son of Archdeacon Rowe; A P R was later ordained and probably went to live in the UK]
He had obviously already established useful contacts in the island, but it is surprising that he should be pursuing a career as a schoolmaster if he really had graduated as a doctor at the University of Erlangen in 1860. According to B B Ward's notes he was taken on as second master at Potsdam to replace L G Richards, but very shortly the headmaster, Rev Thomas Robinson, had resigned, in November 1866, perhaps as a result of disagreement with Kenroth. This presumably left the latter in charge.