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Hello listers,
 
I would like to ask anyone on the list if they can help with KELLYs who migrated to the north east of England.  My great great great grandfather was James KELLY who settled in the Byker area of Newcastle.  His daughter Sarah KELLY was my great great grandmother - she was born in Newcastle in 1877.
 
Unfortunately I don't have a lot more to go on.  I am hoping that there might be some kind of directory of migrants that I could look at to help in my search.  James KELLY seems to be such a common name I can't fathom out who/which one he is.  Also, I can't find Sarah KELLY's birth certificate which would help with her mother's name.  James was mentioned as being deceased on Sarah's marriage certificate in 1897.
 
On the 1891 census there are quite a few James KELLY's with a daughter Sarah so the census doesn't help either.
 
Any help or advice would be brilliant.
 
Regards
Yvonne


LONDON, ENGLAND:

From: Bryan Maycock <bmaycock@eastlink.ca>

Hi Bryan hereis some information for you:
MARRIAGE - FREDERICK KELLY/ELIZABETH PURCELL JUN/1893 BRISTOL AVON VOL 6A PAGE 153
BIRTHS
HAROLD ERNEST KELLY MAR/1900 ST. SAVIOUR SOUTHWARK LONDON VOL 1D PAGE 177
HECTOR J.O. KELLY DEC/1911 BRISTOL AVON MOM'S MAIDEN NAME PURCELL VOL 6A PAGE 38
1901 CENSUS - 29 LIVINGSTONE CRESCENT NEWINGTON LONDON REG DIST ST. SAV SOUTHWARK
KELLEY FAMILY
FREDERICK 32 B 1869 B BRISTOL AVON SILK HAT FINISHER
ELIZABETH 27 B1874  BATH SOMERSET
FREDERICK 6 B 1895 WALWORTH LONDON
HAROLD 1 B 1900 NEWINGTON LOND
Please notice the Kelly/Kelly spelling, hope this helps....Meg
 


Hi Pat,
 
I have a Kelly family that seems very similar to yours, especially the  "Fall
River" part.  The children you list could very well be the older  siblings of
the children I have.  I found these children on the ships  manifest and in
the census of Fall River.  The family lived in Oldham,  Lancashire, England
before coming to the U.S. The family is listed below... Let  me know what you
think.
 
Paula
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Descendants of William  Kelly

1   William Kelly b: Abt. 1811 in Kildare,  Ireland                
..  +Bridget-? b: Abt. 1815 in Sligo, Ireland   m:  Abt. 1836 in Sligo,
Ireland   Relationship:  Married        

... 2   John Kelly b: Abt. 1838 in Sligo,  Ireland   
... 2   Martin Kelly b: Abt. 1840  
... 2   William Kelly b: 1843 in Sligo, Ireland 
... 2   Mary-Ann Kelly b: Abt. 1849 in Sligo,  Ireland  
... 2   Bridget Kelly b: Abt. 1852 in Oldham,  Lancashire, England 
... 2   Thomas Kelly b: 21 Nov 1859 in Oldham,  Lancashire, England    
     Age at death: 55  Burial: 16 Nov  1915 Oak Grove  Cemetery,     Fall   
River,  Massachusetts  
.......  +Ellen-Mariah  Knight b: 09 Aug 1859 in Valley Falls, Smithfield,
Rhode Island   m: Abt. 1880    Age at death:  56est.                            
  
Father: James-B.* Knight Mother: Mariah* Nolan

........ 3   Anne-Mildred Kelly b: 1882 in  Massachusetts   Source:  Birth -
1910  census     
............  +Joseph  Lewis b: 1881 in Portugal   m: 1902 in Fall River, 
Massachusetts     Immigration:  1882    Occupation: Piper at the Merchant  Mills
   Source: Birth - 1910 census Source: Marriage  info. from 1910 census    
........ 3   Geneva-Eva Kelly b: 1887 in Massachusetts   Source:  Birth -
1910 census     
........ 3   Thomas-Francis Kelly b: 15 Mar 1889 in Fall River, 
Massachusetts   Military service: WWI, Source: Birth - 1910  census     
 


Hello listers,
 
I would like to ask anyone on the list if they can help with KELLYs who migrated to the north east of England.  My great great great grandfather was James KELLY who settled in the Byker area of Newcastle.  His daughter Sarah KELLY was my great great grandmother - she was born in Newcastle in 1877.
 
Unfortunately I don't have a lot more to go on.  I am hoping that there might be some kind of directory of migrants that I could look at to help in my search.  James KELLY seems to be such a common name I can't fathom out who/which one he is.  Also, I can't find Sarah KELLY's birth certificate which would help with her mother's name.  James was mentioned as being deceased on Sarah's marriage certificate in 1897.
 
On the 1891 census there are quite a few James KELLY's with a daughter Sarah so the census doesn't help either.
 
Any help or advice would be brilliant.
 
Regards
Yvonne
 


Hello everyone

My name is Glen Proudfoot and I'm trying to trace my maternal grandfather's family.  He was called James KELLEY (KELLY on the birth certificate, but his mother - Alice LEONARD couldn't write!).  He was born at 7 Norwich St, Bolton in 1890 and married Florence COOPER in 1914.  They both died around the end of 1968.  They had 4 daughters, Edith (died 1919), Dorothy (my mum), Marian (Miriam) and Ruth, and my only surviving aunt, Marian, can't remember much about the rest of the family.  I've found a likely marriage at Manchester in June 1880 quarter on FreeBMDI have his birth and marriage certs and I've found the family at the same address on the 1901 census:

James KELLY, head, 43, warehouseman, born Manchester
Catherine A, 20, cotton worker, born Bolton
Mary A, 19, cotton worker, born Bolton
James, 11, born Bolton
Lillie, 6, born Bolton (I think the name is correct because I know he had a sister of this name)
Lucy, 2, born Bolton
Hannah, mother, 67, born Ireland

Presumably, his wife Alice had died - I've found a possible death at Bolton in Sept 1899 quarter.  My grandfather told me several times that he'd served in the Dardanelles during WW1, but I don't know which regiment or any other info. 

As I live in France I don't have access to census/St Catherine's fiches, etc, so I'd be very grateful for any information or links anyone may have.

Regards

Glen
 

----- Original Message -----
From: John Kelly
To: donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 8:28 PM
Subject: Most Wanted Kelly

 Hi

I am trying to trace my Kelly family to place of origin in Ireland. My gg grandfather Anthony Kelly is on the 1851 census for Sheffield England listed as born in Ireland his age was 28 which would make his birth approx1823. I have a copy of his marriage certificate to Bridget Connor/Marron in 1853 which lists his father as Nicholas Kelly. My guess is he came to England during the famine. Any help would be appreciated.

 

John Kelly

Blue Mountains, NSW

Australia 

 


London:

Hello
Hello

I am trying to find details of Herbert Kelly baptised June 9 1842. He was a
successful builder who built extensively around Finchley.

John Kelly born Middlesex 1809 (Bookbinder) m Caroline Ginger born
Middlesex 1810 Married in St Pancras London July 2 1836
Children
        John Kelly born St Pancras London 1840
        Edward Kelly born St Pancras London 1844
        Herbert Kelly born St Pancras 1842 m Mary Leftwich 1872
        Children
                Florence Kelly b 1875  d 1938
                Frank Kelly b 1877  d 1900
                Arthur Ralph Kelly b 1878  d 1947
                Eva Kelly b 1882?  D 1890
                Valerie May Kelly b 1881  d 1967
                Noel Spencer Kelly b 1886  d 1932

I would be grateful for any help on this family

Regards

Tony Francis
Dublin Ireland


  From: "Mary Brown" <emarybrown@hotmail.com Subject: Tracing ancestors in Ireland
 I am trying to trace my family roots in Ireland.  My great grandfather was a
 James Kelly, married in l49 or l850 to a Miss Feenan Or Finian, the daughter
 of his employer.  James was his coachman.  His son, William Kelly, my
 Grandfather, was born in Ireland in l886, died l888 in Devon, England.  He
 served with the Royal Irish Rifles for 2l years and later settled in Devon
 where he joined the Prison Service at Dartmoor.  married Clara Margrett
 Hodge who was born November 6th, l864 in the Plymouth area.  She died
 February, l945 in Portsmouth.

 They had four daughters and one son Edgar Christopher Kelly, born December
 l4, l893 in Tipperary, Clonmel, Ireland, this was my father.

 If anyone has any information regarding the above I would really appreciate

Devonshire, England To USA:

The following is info I have aquired.  Some has been cut and pasted just as I
 received it, so, I can't vouch for the spelling:

 There is records of the Kelly family, connected with the Kelly family dating
 back into the 11th century in Exeter. Devon, England. The name spelling
 originally spelled Kelliegh, de Kelly, de Kelly of Kelly, and then Kelly of
 Devonshire. The Kelly's of Kelly are one of the most ancient families in
 England. Their ancestry is traceable back to the Norman conquest to the
 ancient Britons. The manor and advowson in Devonshire have been in the family
 at least from the time of Henry ll, when Nicholas de Kelly was its
 representative. The Crest, described in heraldic jargon as '" a ducal cornet
 out of which gu, a ostrich's head, ar, holding in a beak a horseshoe or., is
 derived from the knight of the name living in the time of Richard l. Branches
 divergent from the main line under the law of primogeniture seated themselves
 at various times at Exeter and other places in Devonshire and seemed to have
 given to the new world two distinct lines. It seems as though that John,
 John, and Joseph Kelly ( Kelley ) was of this family.
 1-- Nicholas de Kelly -- 11th century
 2-- William de Kelly -- died 1202.
 3-- Warren de Kelly --
 4-- Sir William de Kelly of Devonshire.
 5-- Richard de Kelly of Devon.
 6-- Sir John of Kelly
 7-- John Kelly of Kelly--Married Margaret.
 8-- Thomas Kelly of Kelly-- Married Elizabeth Talbot.
 9-- Richard Kelly of Kelly-- Married Jane Bratton.
 10-- Henry Kelly of Kelly-- Married Elizabeth Kimbere.
 11-- William Kelly of Redcliff--married Jane Trecarrell-- Children --Michael
 and Alice.
 12-- Michael Kelly of Redcliff.
 13-- William Kelly of Exeter, Devon and brother Henry, and John.
 14-- John Kelly of Exeter, Devonshire

 John Kelly sailed to Ipswich, Mass. with brother William on orders of the
 king to settle the New England States, being a freeman. Granted land near the
 Isle of Shoels under Rogers domain. Land was leased per year till taxation
 was ceased.  John kelly ( Kelley ) was adopted  in the new land later. He was
 born about 1615, and died Dec 28, 1644. Married Nancy ( Bishop ) about 1640,
 at Ipswich, Mass. Children -- 1-- Mary-- Brn Feb 12, 1641, died about 1690.
 Married April 12, 1666 to John Belconger. 2-- John --born July 2, 1642,
 Ipswich, Mass Mar 21, 1717-18.. Married twice as stated in our records---

 15-- John Kelly, Jr -- 7/2/1642, Ipswitch, Mass
 16-- Joseph Kelley -- 12/1/1683, Newberry, Essex, Mass
 17-- Daniel Kelley -- 3/15/1726, Norwich, Conn
 18-- Daniel Kelley, Jr -- 5/18/1755, Norwich, Conn
 19-- Thomas Moore Kelley -- 3/17/1797, Lowville (now Lewis County), New York
 20-- Thomas Arthur Kelley -- 11/21/1849
 21-- Arthur Megrue Kelley -- 5/17/1874, Cleveland, Ohio
 22-- Thomas Brown Kelley -- 4/19/1924, Los Angeles, CA
 23-- Linda Arlene Kelley -- 11/11/1949
 24-- Troy Anthony Newman (me) -- 2/12/1971, Oxnard, CA
 25-- Austin Kendall Newman -- 10/24/1994, Tacoma, WA

 I have a web page with a little more info:
  <A HREF="http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kelley/index.htm"Home Page
 </A
 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~kelley/index.htm

 Any info anybody might have would be greatfully appreciated. 

 Thank you,
 Troy A. Newman


BIO:  In 1996, Sr. Mary Erginia celebrated her 107th birthday, but her memory reached backed to pre-Famine Ireland through the stories told her by her great-grandmonther, Honora Kelly, who as a 30-year-old widow escaped the Great Hunger and brought her seven children to Chicago in 1849.  Sr. Erigina lived with her great-grandmother and remembered her well.  "She wore a white fluted bonnet and smoked a clay pipe," she said.  "One or other of the children was always knocking it to the floor.  It would shatter.  Then I would run to one of the taverns on Archer Avenue and buy a new one for her for two cents."  This was the Archer avenue of Peter Findley Dunn's "Mister Dooley," the main thoroughfare of Bridgeport and the end point of the canal system that drw Irish laborers to the prairie town of Chicago.  The Kelly boys went to work there, and the girls found jobs too:  "Laundry workers first, then milliners."  One of Honora's grandsons, Edward Kelly, went from digging ditches f!
or the Dept. of Streets and Sanitation to become the Mayor of Chicago, and was the founder of the great machine that produced Mayor Richard Daley.  "Both my great-grandmother and grandmother spoke Gaelic," Sr. Mary Erigina remembers.  "They used it when they didn't want us kids to understand what they were saying.  But we studied the language at our school, St. Brigid's.  Every year the parish priest held a contest for the best Irish speaker and every year Joey Lombardi, who was 100% Italian, won."  In fact, the mixed nature of the southside Irish stronghold, Richard Daley's home turf, shatters a clique of immigrant insularity.  "We had Polish, German and Italian families living near us on Hillock Avenue," Sr. Erigina recalls.  "My grandmother was a Kelly, she married a Kelly, and my mother was a Kelly who married a Kelly."   She remembers the women gathering at the street-level shop around the pot-bellied stove, sharing stories.  "One lady, Mrs. O'Reilly, if you would ask h!
ow she was, she always answered, "Fine, with Pat working, thank God."  Work was key, and Chicago provided a lot of it.  As the city rebuilt after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, life was organized around the parishes. 

Sister's baptismal name was Agnella, after one of her mother's teachers at St. Brigid's, a sister of the Irish order the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  The order, founded in Dublin by Mary Frances Clark, took root in the prairies of Iowa and then spread to the cities of the midwest.  Agnella entered that Order in 1906.  She came to the mother house in Dubuque, IA, carrying an envelope from the pastor of St. Brigid's:  "I would li ke Agnella Kelly to be called Sr. Mary Erigina, in honor of Ireland's great medieval philospher," the note read.  Mother Superior acquiesced, although "it was not a name I liked," says Sr. Erigina.  "But it's grown on me."  She spent more than 70 years teaching first grade, devoted to her "buttons and dolls" at Gesu School in Milwaukee and in Chicago parish schools.  Pat O'Brien was her pupil, and there are hosts of Chicago's priests, judges and politicians who remember this "tall, blue-eyed woman who would hug your tears away," as !
one of one of the "buttons" recalls.  Mason City, IA was her home for many years and in 1996 she lived at the BVM mother house in Dubuque wher she attended Mass every day.  At 107, the sister could still recite the Irish prayers she learned as a child, but "there is no sing left in me," she would say with regret.  "I can sing the songs in my mind, but I can't make music."  She remembers her Uncle Mike, soaking his wooden flute, and her Uncle Mart, tuning his fiddle for the musical evenings that drew the neighborhood.  There they were, the survivors of the great Hunger, saved by the greatest rescue effort the world has ever known.  It was mounted not by governments, or even by organized charities or religious groups, but by themselves.  One by one, family by family.  Sr. Mary Erigina remembers them.  She danced for her family on those nights more than a century ago, and said she could still see her great-grandmother Honora tapping along to the music. 


Connaught, some about Galway:

  From: "yankee1" <yankee1@gateway.net Subject: Nehemiah Donnellan Pedigree data-Sharon #2
 Here is my data on Nehemiah:
 1. Nehemiah was the son of Melaghlin O'Domhnallain and Sisly, daughter
 of William O'Kelly of Kella (Calla ?)
 2. Nehemiah was born in 1560 (not 1581) but did graduate from Cambridge
 in England in 1581. He died in 1609. His wife was Elizabeth, daughter of
 Nicholas O'Donnell - who was the grandson of the Earl of Tyrconnell.
 Nehemiah was Abp of Tuam in the Church of Ireland. He and Elizabeth had
 at least 5, and probably 6,sons. They were John the eldest, Edmund(2nd),
 James (3rd), William (4th), Teige (5th) and Murtogh (Minimus) 6th.
 3. John married Dorothy, daughter of William Mostyn - Governor of
 Athlone. They had 9 daughters and 1 son - Melaghlin. John died in 1655
 and had built the center house at Ballydonelan.
 Edmund had 2 sons - George and Nehemiah. I have bits and pieces of his
 lineage up to about 1765 but need additional data to complete connecting
 the dots.
 James was knighted and became Lord Justice of the Common Pleas along
 with other positions. He was married twice - Anne Barry and Sarah
 Wheeler. They had issue - one of whom was Baron Nehemiah Donnellan who
 became Chief Baron of the Exchequer under William III. Sir James died in
 1665 and his son, Baron Nehemiah, died in 1705.
 William died young.
 Tiege - I am only now beginning to trace.
 Murtogh - One source has him receiving Holy Orders in the Catholic
 Church but I have no other confirmation.
 Now - back to John's son Melaghlin. He married Christian, daughter of
 Robert Blake of Ardfrey. Melaghlin died in 1673 leaving at least one son
 - John, who married Mable, daughter of Luke Fitzgerald of Tyrcraghan,
 House of Kildare. This John died on 10 July 1710 and may, in fact, be
 the descendants Sharon mentions in her Clare message. The timing is
 about right but the John would be the great grandson of Abp. Nehemiah -
 not the son.
 I do have one additional problem with Sharon's data. My sources show
 John and Mable with 6 children - Soimon (Holy Orders), James (unm. died
 at Piedmont in 1693), Mable (m. Matthew Hoare of Waterford), Melaghlin
 (m. Mary Dillon), Christian (m. Robert French) and female unknown m.
 Thomas Fitzgerald. I have some doubts on this final one.
 The trouble is I have no William of Drouin ! After that, I can not speak
 to the accuracy of Sharon's data but believe there is much truth there
 but it needs to be fleshed out.
 For the data presented here, I source the LDS on-line site; the RCB
 Library; the NLI; TCD (Alumni Dublinenses); Kings Inn; and the Teige
 O'Dugan "Donnellan Pedigree" published in John O'Donovan's translation
 of the Book of Lecan published as "Tribes and Customs of the Hy Many".
 I have also received a significant amount of data (verified) from
 mailing lists and web sites. For their assistance, I thank them. If in
 error on any of the aforementioned- please contact me so the issue(s)
 can be resolved. Thank you.


From Oldham, England to Fall River, Massachusetts about 1860:

Searching for Thomas Kelly, born between 1855 and 1865, Oldham,England.

Thomas married Mariah Knight in Fall River, Mass. about 1880.

Their children were:
      Anne, 1881, Geneva 1884, and Thomas.  Mariah is living at home with her mother - in Fall River - in the 1900 Federal Census, no sign of Thomas.

Does this elusive family sound familiar to anyone?  Were there other Kelly families in the Oldham area?

Thank you for any assistance,  Paula   pbg45@aol.com 


From Halifax, Yorkshire, England To Australia ( 1846 - 1882 )

  ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Stuart" <mastuart@wn.com.au To: <donkelly@grovenet.net Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2001 7:45 PM Subject: Most Wanted Kelly
 Most Wanted Kelly -
 i) James Kelly: married Mary Jane McClelland

 ii) Their daughter Julia Elizabeth Montgomery Kelly
 born: Halifax, Yorkshire
 baptised: 15 SEP 1846
 died 1882 in Australia

 Regards Mike Stuart


----- Original Message -----
From: <Mabkerr@aol.com
To: <donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 1999 5:49 AM
Subject: Most Wanted Kelly


 Looking for any connection to the Kelly's of Tomard, Co. Carlow.  My
 ggrandmother , Mary Ann Kelly, b.1852 (approx.), her parents,Patrick and
 Ellen (possibly Magrath) Kelly, are buried in the family cemetary at
Tomard,
 dying in 1878 &1879  respectively.

Mary Ann married Michael Ryan, b.1818 and  they were in New Haven, Ct. in
1871.  Their children were,
Mary, b.1868,  London, England;
Anne, b.1869, London, England;
Helen Teresa, b.1873 , New  Haven;
Patrick Edward , b.1876;
Agnes Marie, b.1879, New Haven, Ct.

 Thank you, Mabel Kerrigan  (MABKERR@AOL.COM)

 


From Dysert, County Roscommon, Ireland To England c 1850 To Schuylkill County Pensylvania, USA:

 
----- Original Message -----
From: irish9
To: donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Sunday, September 19, 1999 9:53 AM
Subject: Most Wanted Kelly
researching james kelly born aug 3 1868 in st.nicholas mahanoy township schuylkill co pennsylvania. son of john kelly and mary loyden. want info on john and mary know they camr to usa in 1863 were from dysart co roscommon, ireland lived in england from 1848 to 1863.

 

 

 


 
----- Original Message -----
From: Laura Spencer
To: donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Sunday, October 03, 1999 6:05 PM
Subject: Most Wanted Kelly
I am looking for information about John KELLY b. abt 1769 in England.  His spouse is unknown.  He had two sons, John Alexander KELLY, born 12-29-1821 in Ohio and William KELLY b. 1826 in Ohio.   My line comes from William KELLY.  He married first Palina Ann Wiley on 11-04-1840 in Williamson County, Illinois.  They had my ancestor George A Kelly.  William then married Emily Sisney 07-07-1847 and they had two children John KELLY and Marion KELLY. William died when he was about 30 on 08-11-1856.  His wife Emily Sisney Kelly took the three boys and married Joseph HOLDER in Illinois.  They moved to Texas County, Missouri.  John Alexander KELLY, brother to William also moved to Texas County, Missouri. One person told me that after William died, his brother John Alexander KELLY raised George A KELLY since both of his parents were dead.  I haven't been able to prove or disprove that.  He did end up in Texas County Missouri whether he came there with is uncle or his step mother. George met and married Leanna DUFF in Missouri.  They had my great grandfather, Alonzo Harrison KELLY on July 1, 1866.    

 

 


Ireland To England 1850

  ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jackie Reiss" <jackier@infi.net To: <donkelly@grovenet.net Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 5:57 PM Subject: Most Wanted Kelly
 Bridget Kelly, bn abt 1837, Galway. m. Michael J. Kenny before 1855. First known child is Michael J.
 Kenny, bn. 12/3/1855. Other known children: John (bn. April 1868) and Mary. Bridget possibly had a
 brother named James, bn. abt 1849 in Salford, Lancashire, England. James was living at 80 King St.,
 Fanworth, Lancashire in 1881 (British Census). His family at that time included a wife, Margaret,
 three young children named James, William and Elizabeth, plus two older females, a Winifred Jackson,
 age 16, and a Mary Scott, also 16, both identified as nieces.

 Jackie Reiss

 



Descendants of William Kelly from Cornwall in 1830


Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM1 KELLY1 was born January 01, 1830 in St Ive, Cornwall1.
He married EMMA KELLY1.  She was born January 01, 1835 in St Ive, Cornwall1.

Notes for WILLIAM KELLY:
[Rootmstr.ged]

Copper Miner
England Topographical Dictionary 1831
Combined Matches: 1
A Topographical Dictionary of England
A Topographical Dictionary of England: Volume 2, I. Preface
page 468
IVE (ST.), a parish in the middle division of the hundred of EAST, county
of CORNWALL, 4 miles (W.S.W.) from Callington, containing 601 inhabitants.
The living is a rectory, in the archdeaconry of Cornwall, and diocese
of Exeter, rated in the king's books at 26, and in the patronage of
the Crown. Two sums have been bequeathed by Mr. Morshead and the Rev.
Mr. Question, for teaching children.

Children of WILLIAM KELLY and EMMA KELLY are:
2. i. JAMES HENRY2 KELLY, b. January 01, 1875, 4 High Rows,
South Moor, Durham; d. November 05, 1939, South Moor, Stanley, Durham.
ii. MARY A. KELLY, b. January 01, 1863.
iii. WILLIAM KELLY, b. January 01, 1877.


Generation No. 2

2.  JAMES HENRY2 KELLY (WILLIAM1)1 was born January 01, 1875 in 4 High
Rows, South Moor, Durham1, and died November 05, 1939 in South Moor,
Stanley, Durham1.  He married EDITH JANE BERRYMAN1 September 1899 in
Cornwall1, daughter of JOHN BERRYMAN and CAROLINE PROVIS.  She was born
December 21, 1874 in Troon, Camborne, Cornwall, England1, and died June
04, 1945 in South Moor, County Durham1.

Notes for JAMES HENRY KELLY:
[Rootmstr.ged]

tin miner from Ireland


More About JAMES HENRY KELLY:
Burial: County Durham1

Notes for EDITH JANE BERRYMAN:
[Rootmstr.ged]

William J. Henry, Eliza sibs


More About EDITH JANE BERRYMAN:
Burial: January 02, 1945, Stanley1

Children of JAMES KELLY and EDITH BERRYMAN are:
i. ETHEL3 KELLY1, b. May 02, 19031; d. November 05, 1984,
Durham; m. MICHAEL BOYLE, October 04, 1941, Durham; d. November 11, 1959,
12 Council Street, Stanley.
3. ii. THOMAS MELVILLE KELLY, b. January 23, 1904; d. January
03, 1962.
4. iii. EDITH EMILY KELLY, b. January 01, 1905; d. March
08, 1999.
5. iv. WILLIAM EDMOND KELLY, b. September 17, 1905, Durham;
d. January 28, 1969, Brampton Toronto Canada.
6. v. JOHN LESLEY KELLY, b. May 15, 1907, Stanley; d. April
01, 1968, Burnhope.
7. vi. JAMES HENRY KELLY, b. May 15, 1912; d. April 17,
1980.


Generation No. 3

3.  THOMAS MELVILLE3 KELLY (JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1)1 was born January
23, 19041, and died January 03, 1962.  He married FRANCES MORDUE.  She
was born September 29, 1902, and died January 03, 1966.

Children of THOMAS KELLY and FRANCES MORDUE are:
8. i. JOAN4 KELLY, b. November 25, 1934.
9. ii. AUDREY MARY KELLY, b. January 25, 1939.

4.  EDITH EMILY3 KELLY (JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1)1 was born January 01,
19051, and died March 08, 1999.  She married OSWALD DODDS.  He was born
November 05, 1904, and died November 30, 1966.

Child of EDITH KELLY and OSWALD DODDS is:
10. i. EILEEN4 DODDS, b. March 19, 1944.

5.  WILLIAM EDMOND3 KELLY (JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1)1 was born September
17, 1905 in Durham1, and died January 28, 1969 in Brampton Toronto Canada1.
 He married JEAN PATTERSON.  She was born March 29.

Notes for WILLIAM EDMOND KELLY:
[Rootmstr.ged]

emigrated  Canada Toronto


More About WILLIAM EDMOND KELLY:
Baptism (LDS): February 22, 1906, Durham, England
Burial: Canada1

Children of WILLIAM KELLY and JEAN PATTERSON are:
i. EDMUND4 KELLY.
ii. DONALD KELLY, b. August 30, 1944.
11. iii. SHEILA KELLY, b. September 06, 1947.

6.  JOHN LESLEY3 KELLY (JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1)1 was born May 15, 1907
in Stanley1, and died April 01, 1968 in Burnhope1.  He married NELL GARDNER1
December 08, 1938 in Saint John's Church, Burnhope, County Durham, daughter
of JOHN GARDNER and AGNES CASSON.  She was born December 02, 1918 in
Church Row, Burnhope.

More About JOHN LESLEY KELLY:
Burial: April 05, 1968, Durham1

Children of JOHN KELLY and NELL GARDNER are:
12. i. JOHN TREVOR4 KELLY, b. November 08, 1940.
13. ii. JAMES LESLIE KELLY, b. August 19, 1942.

7.  JAMES HENRY3 KELLY (JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born May 15, 1912,
and died April 17, 1980.  He married POLLY BARCLAY SCOTT October 20,
1939.  She was born November 20, 1915, and died June 11, 1996.

Children of JAMES KELLY and POLLY SCOTT are:
i. ERIC JAMES4 KELLY, b. March 20, 1944; m. CATHERINE
DUCKWORTH; b. October 19, 1946.
14. ii. JAMES HENRY KELLY, b. June 26, 1944.


Generation No. 4

8.  JOAN4 KELLY (THOMAS MELVILLE3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born November
25, 1934.  She married KENNETH MORTON. 

Children of JOAN KELLY and KENNETH MORTON are:
i. ALAN5 MORTON, b. February 17, 1957.
ii. STEPHEN MORTON, b. October 28, 1959.
iii. PETER MORTON, b. January 19, 1969.
iv. CHRISTOPHER MORTON.

9.  AUDREY MARY4 KELLY (THOMAS MELVILLE3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was
born January 25, 1939.  She married GEORGE GREEN. 

Children of AUDREY KELLY and GEORGE GREEN are:
i. KATHRYN5 GREEN, b. April 08, 1963; m. RUSSEL HOWE;
b. November 15, 1963.
ii. PHILIP GREEN, b. March 14, 1966.

10.  EILEEN4 DODDS (EDITH EMILY3 KELLY, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born
March 19, 1944.  She married GEOFFREY COATES June 25, 1966. 

Children of EILEEN DODDS and GEOFFREY COATES are:
i. RICHARD5 COATES, b. February 02, 1970.
ii. STUART COATES, b. February 02, 1972.

11.  SHEILA4 KELLY (WILLIAM EDMOND3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born
September 06, 1947.

More About SHEILA KELLY:
Naturalization: Canadian

Children of SHEILA KELLY are:
i. A15 KELLY.
ii. B2 KELLY.
iii. C3 KELLY.

12.  JOHN TREVOR4 KELLY (JOHN LESLEY3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1)1 was born
November 08, 1940.  He married KATHLEEN MARY DODD1 March 20, 1965, daughter
of THOMAS DODD and MARY ROBINSON.  She was born July 04, 1942 in Richard
Murray Maternity Hospital, Black hill.


13.  JAMES LESLIE4 KELLY (JOHN LESLEY3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born
August 19, 1942.  He married ANNE CALVERT February 25, 1967 in St Mark's
Sunderland.  She was born June 08, 1941.


14.  JAMES HENRY4 KELLY (JAMES HENRY3, JAMES HENRY2, WILLIAM1) was born
June 26, 1944.  He married SANDRA CHRISTER.  She was born May 15, 1946.

Children of JAMES KELLY and SANDRA CHRISTER are:
i. JAMES HENRY5 KELLY, b. March 18, 1969.
ii. LORRAINE KELLY, b. April 23, 1973.
iii. ANDREA KELLY, b. May 20, 1971; m. GRAHAM LORD; b.
High Wycombe.


Endnotes

1.  Rootmstr.ged, Date of Import: Mar 31, 2000.



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From: joe kelly To: donkelly@grovenet.net Sent: Thursday, July 29, 1999 9:35 AM Subject: Most Wanted Kelly seeking information on john kelly born dysart, co roscommon 183o married mary loyden 1847 went to england 1848 stayed there till 1863 then went to usa.served in union army.was coal miner in mahanoy city schuylkill co pennsylvania, around 1870 then disappears.his son james born aug 3 1866 at st nicholas schuylkill co penn.any information will be helpful.joe


From: Leonard Livernois Subject: Kelly, Gavin
I am looking for anyone connected to the following people:
Eliza Kelly born Nov 2 1867 Clara, Kings, Ireland mother Anna Gavin father Patrick Kelly
James Kelly born Sep 19 1869 Clara Kings, Ireland mother Anna Gavin father Patrick Kelly
Patrick Kelly born Jan 27 1872 Clara Kings Ireland mother Anna Gavin father Patrick Kelly
Ellen Kelly born Jan 22 1865 Clara Kings Ireland mother Anna Gavin father Patrick Kelly
The Patrick kelly innmy family married Anna Gavin in Manchester Cathedral Lancashire England in 1851. They had a daughter Hannah born ca 1851and a son William birthdate unknown.
If anyone has any information on any of these folks I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. i would like to find out if all of these people are the same family.
thanks Pat


My grandmother's name was Margaret Kelly and she was born in Guernsey, England in approximately l875. She married Thomas Moylan and after his death she moved to Wales with my grandfather John Frances who passed away there.
My mother and her brother were born in Wales and My grandmother immigrated to Canada with her three living children Ben Moylan , age approx.,l2 John Frances 4 years old and May Frances age 2 She also had a daughter Margaret Moylan who passed away on December l4th, l895 at the age of 5 months.
If anyone was related to her and wishes to contact me please do. Yours truly, Linda


In addition to the many Americans who either settled or vacationed in California in the nineteenth century, the area also drew Britons. Englishman William Kelly (1791-1855) visited California in 1849 and 1850, and his account of that trip was widely read. This database is the first volume of his delightful narrative. The volume takes him from England to California, January-July 1849 and includes descriptions of New York City, Buffalo, Detroit, Ottawa, Illinois, and St. Louis. He records scenery, wildlife, and Native American tribes as well as buffalo, antelope hunts, and the party's stay in Utah. The book provides exceptional detail on the mechanics of a wagon train's operations. The volume closes with Kelly's arrival in California and his remarks on gold mining. Bibliography: Library of Congress. "California As I Saw It: First-Person Narratives of California's Early Years." Vol. 53. [Database online] Washington: Library of Congress, 1999. Kelly, William. "An Excursion to California Over the Prairie." London: Chapman and Hall, 1851.

Paula Kelley Ward KELLEY List Manager PWard@Express-News.net Genealogy is the art of irritating the living and confusing the dead!


My grandmother's name was Margaret Kelly and she was born in Guernsey,
England in approximately l875.  She married Thomas Moylan and after his
death she moved to Wales with my grandfather John Frances who passed
away there.  My mother and her brother were born in Wales and My
grandmother immigrated to Canada with her three living children Ben
Moylan , age approx.,l2 John Frances 4 years old and May Frances age 2
She also had a daughter Margaret Moylan who passed away on December
l4th, l895 at the age of 5 months.  If anyone was related to her and
wishes to contact me please do.
Yours truly,
Linda