texas

Texas


 NOTE: Old family records say Hiram Kelly had two daughters who married into the Brown Family in Madison County Arkansas. Almina/Elmina Kelly because of mis-spellings married J.D. Brown in Arkansas and later moved to Texas. Cousin Jonelle is hot on the trail of the couples children in Texas.

Here is all that I have to work with:

George was born 12/29/1856 maybe in Texas and died 10/28/1927 in Texas.
Eliza was born abt 1864 and died abt 1923 I guess in Texas.

1. David Lawrence Kelley-b. abt 1884
 2. Robert L. Kelley-b abt 1888
 3. Willie M. Kelley-b abt 1889
 4. Jessie M. Kelley-b abt 1892
 5.Anne L. Kelley-b abt 1894
 6.Oscar S. Kelley-b abt 1897
 7. Lillie L.  Kelley-b abt 1889
 8. Florence Kelley-b abt ?

Thanks again
Richard


----- Original Message -----
From: <TCsGirl@aol.com
To: <kelly@rootsweb.com
Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2006 1:05 PM
Subject: [KELLY] Can you give dates/locations? (was - Re: George W. Kelley)


 Hi!

 Regarding George W. Kelley, are you looking for his parents or further
 information on his children/grandchildren.  I'm assuming you're looking
 for his
 parents, yet don't want to assume anything.  On which censuses (if any)
 did you
 find this George W. Kelley and his wife/children?  Which year/state, that
 is?
 Did you always find him and his family in TX or are there any other states
 involved?   I ask because I believe it is the 1880 (?) census that has a
 column to
 indicate where the parents were born.  What does the census indicate or
 have
 you not found that census (It took me years to find where my GA Kelleys
 were
 in 1880.  They had been found in GA prior to that date and afterwards in
 the
 1900s.  Yet finally I found them in 1880 and they were in TN!!  This was a
 great
 find for me because it told me where my James Kelly's mother/father were
 born
 - Virginia!  I have nothing beyond that knowledge yet, though.)

 I hope you break through your brick wall as they can be very frustrating.
 Giving us all a little more information might be helpful, too, because
 some
 little detail (such as dates/locations) might help us determine if we are
 part of
 the same family and have the information you're looking for.

 Good luck!  I, for one, look forward to hearing if it's the parents you're
 looking for and some locations to help pinpoint where these Kelley's were
 in
 their day.  I had some Kelly/Kelleys that started in VA, came down to NC
 and GA
 and some of their descendents went up to TN and some even over to TX and
 some
 all the way up to the state of Washington!  Now that bunch leaves me
 asking
 myself..."what was up in Washington to make you migrate up there?"

 Karla Kelley-Cardell
 Metter, GA


 -----Original Message-----
 From: kelly-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:kelly-bounces@rootsweb.com] On
 Behalf Of Richard & Sylvia
 Sent: Sunday, October 15, 2006 9:27 AM
 To: KELLY@rootsweb.com
 Subject: [KELLY] George W. Kelley

 I am at a brick wall. I am looking for info on a George W. Kelley who was
 born abt 1856 in Texas. He married a woman named Eliza Jane Jones. Their
 children were:
 1. David Lawrence Kelley
 2. Robert L. Kelley
 3. Willie M. Kelley
 4. Jessie M. Kelley
 5.Anne L. Kelley
 6.Oscar S. Kelley
 7. Lillie L.  Kelley
 8. Florence Kelley.

 Can anyone help? I need parents, siblings, grandparents of George W.
 Kelley

 Karla Kelley-Cardell
 Metter, GA
 My BLOG ~~ http://www.karlacardell.blogspot.com/

 Swap your books ~~
 http://www.paperbackswap.com/index.php?r_by=TCsGirl@aol.com

 


This material is not well organized and I may have sent the census information previously. I read the links from three pages of Bell County information and I believe I located the burial place and gravestone data for Elmina (Kelly) and Joseph Brown. I plan to be in Texas to attend the FGS Conference in September, and I may be able to locate the cemetery and get photos of the gravestones. While I believe this data is Emina Kelly (daughter of Hiram KELLY and his 2nd wife Malinda) and Joseph Brown, I would feel more comfortable if I can locate additional documentation.

Jonelle


1880 Census data Joseph and Elmina (Kelly) Brown
Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 Joseph BROWN   Self   M   Male   W   44   AL   Farmer   NC   NC 
 Elmina BROWN   Wife   M   Female   W   34   GA   Keeping House   NC   TN 
 William A. BROWN   Son   S   Male   W   14   KS   Works On Farm   AL   GA 
 Nancy E. BROWN   Dau   S   Female   W   11   AR   At Home   AL   GA 
 Mary J. BROWN   Dau   S   Female   W   9   AR      AL   GA 
 Hiram J. T. BROWN   Son   S   Male   W   3   TX      AL   GA 
Source Information:
  Census Place Precinct 6, Bell, Texas
  Family History Library Film   1255290
  NA Film Number   T9-1290
  Page Number   420B  

__________________________________________________________________
    
1900    TEXAS    BELL    7 J-PCT
Series: T623  Roll: 1610  Page: 217
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
BROWN J D 63 M W AL TX BELL 7 J-PCT 1900

BROWN:
J. D; head, age 63, born Apr 1837; married 30 years; born in AL, parents born in NC, a farmer, renting; ? 367.
Almina; wife; age 53; born May 1847: age 53: married 30 years; mother of 4 children, 3 living; born in GA, Father born NC; mother born TN.
H. T. son, born Sept 1876, age 23, single; born in TX; Father AL; Mother GA
All three spoke English & could read & write.

Source Heritage Quest online


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
US GENWEB Bell County

RESTHAVEN CEMETERY

Resthaven Cemetery is located in Matilda Connell Survey, 3 miles south of Belton, 1/4 miles west of IH35 at the Shanklin Road exit. Just south of the Bell County Expo building. The list from which this posting was prepared was done in 1971. Due to construction and impounding of water to create Lake Belton, and construction of Fort Hood, the remains of those buried in the following cemeteries were reinterred at Resthaven: LIBERTY HILL, TENNESSEE VALLEY, DENMAN-WALTON, SELLERS, AIKEN, DOSS, HAWKINS and YIELDING

BROWN Elrina? 1846-1910
BROWN Infant daughter -1879 Dau. Of A. & E.C. BROWN
BROWN J.T. 1876-1936
BROWN John G. 1863-1941
BROWN Joseph 1836-1904


This one looks promising.  I need to take a break, before going through
the remainder of the Browns residing in Texas 1900-1930.   I may be able
to identify the children.

Jonelle

Begin forwarded message:

 From: webmaster@heritagequestonline.com
 Date: Thu Apr 15, 2004  09:02:50 PM US/Pacific
 To: ljrussell@earthlink.net
 Subject: Your notebook

 Brown Research part 1

 BROWN J D , (1900 US Census)
 TX, BELL, 7 J-PCT, Age: 63, Male, White, Born: AL


 My notes:
 J. D. Brown  & wife Almina
 


This material is not well organized and I may have sent the census information previously. I read the links from three pages of Bell County information and I believe I located the burial place and gravestone data for Elmina (Kelly) and Joseph Brown. I plan to be in Texas to attend the FGS Conference in September, and I may be able to locate the cemetery and get photos of the gravestones. While I believe this data is Emina Kelly (daughter of Hiram KELLY and his 2nd wife Malinda) and Joseph Brown, I would feel more comfortable if I can locate additional documentation.

Jonelle


1880 Census data Joseph and Elmina (Kelly) Brown
Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
 Joseph BROWN   Self   M   Male   W   44   AL   Farmer   NC   NC 
 Elmina BROWN   Wife   M   Female   W   34   GA   Keeping House   NC   TN 
 William A. BROWN   Son   S   Male   W   14   KS   Works On Farm   AL   GA 
 Nancy E. BROWN   Dau   S   Female   W   11   AR   At Home   AL   GA 
 Mary J. BROWN   Dau   S   Female   W   9   AR      AL   GA 
 Hiram J. T. BROWN   Son   S   Male   W   3   TX      AL   GA 
Source Information:
  Census Place Precinct 6, Bell, Texas
  Family History Library Film   1255290
  NA Film Number   T9-1290
  Page Number   420B  

__________________________________________________________________
    
1900    TEXAS    BELL    7 J-PCT
Series: T623  Roll: 1610  Page: 217
Surname GivenName Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
BROWN J D 63 M W AL TX BELL 7 J-PCT 1900

BROWN:
J. D; head, age 63, born Apr 1837; married 30 years; born in AL, parents born in NC, a farmer, renting; ? 367.
Almina; wife; age 53; born May 1847: age 53: married 30 years; mother of 4 children, 3 living; born in GA, Father born NC; mother born TN.
H. T. son, born Sept 1876, age 23, single; born in TX; Father AL; Mother GA
All three spoke English & could read & write.

Source Heritage Quest online


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
US GENWEB Bell County

RESTHAVEN CEMETERY

Resthaven Cemetery is located in Matilda Connell Survey, 3 miles south of Belton, 1/4 miles west of IH35 at the Shanklin Road exit. Just south of the Bell County Expo building. The list from which this posting was prepared was done in 1971. Due to construction and impounding of water to create Lake Belton, and construction of Fort Hood, the remains of those buried in the following cemeteries were reinterred at Resthaven: LIBERTY HILL, TENNESSEE VALLEY, DENMAN-WALTON, SELLERS, AIKEN, DOSS, HAWKINS and YIELDING

BROWN Elrina? 1846-1910
BROWN Infant daughter -1879 Dau. Of A. & E.C. BROWN
BROWN J.T. 1876-1936
BROWN John G. 1863-1941
BROWN Joseph 1836-1904


 
From: George Kelly
To: Kelly-L@rootsweb.com
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 4:36 PM
Subject: Raymond Boone Kelly




  Subject: Raymond Boone Kelly





  I saw in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram an obit for a very distinguished Raymond Boone Kelly, Jr. son of Katherine B. and Raymond B. Kelly, and father of Raymond Boone Kelly, III. Looked like family, but when I got home, I do not have a Raymond Kelly in my files. I do have a Henry Boone Kelly and a Harry Boone Kelly.

  Raymond B. Jr. was born in Dallas in 1922, raised in Fort Worth, graduated from Princeton in 1943 with B.S. in engineering, commissioned ensign USN until 1946, worked in oil industry, founded several companies, longest serving mayor of Westover Hills, TX from 1974-1988. Good man.

  My Kelly's came from Ireland to S.C, to VA, back to VA, then in the 1800's to Perry County, TN.  Does anyone know about this late Raymond Boone Kelly ?

 


----- Original Message -----
From: Donna
To: donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Sunday, February 06, 2000 1:52 PM
Subject: Most Wanted Kelly

Hi, I am starting a search on my Great-grandfather, James Otis Kelly. I know very little about him.
He was born Sept.1,1851 in Miss. Word is the family settled around Natchez.
He married Margrette Milinda Eggar. She was born in TX.
They lived in Oklahoma and around Wheeler Co., TX.
Any help would really be appreciated.
 
Donna Carbonari
suzie@zianet.com
 

 

 


Lamar County Texas and possibly in Oklahoma and Arkansas.

I'm still looking for THOMAS KELLY and PEARL OWEN
I just found their date of marriage on the rootsweb and they were married in Lamar Co. Texas( Most likely in Paris) they were married 9/11/1898
pearl was listed as an Owen and not Owens. List below is the family information.
If you have any information My new Email is snsrat@aol.com
Thank you so very much
                      Stephanie
Here is my most wanted Kelley's or Kelly
 The name he went by in Oklahoma was Thomas Kelly, but his real name is supposed to be William Mandrew Thomas Kelly DOB unknown death
was 5-1947  
1st wife Pearl Leoner Owen DOB 6-15-1882 to 1-1-1919 died with child.
 they had three children 2 Girls Eulah, 11-5-1903 to 5-19-1977, Mable  4-30-1913 death unknown at this time. 1 son Harvey Benjamin 4-28-1910 to-15-1967
 after the death of pearl, W.M.Thomas Kelley dropped one of the e's
and went to Kelly.
A story was told to the youngest son of Harvey's on Harvey's death
 bed.That Thomas was running from the law in 2 states. The 1st State is
 unclear he thinks it was either Alabama or Mississippi. I haven't been
 able  to place him in either state. The 2nd State he supposedly ran in to trouble
 was in Kentucky. Then Harvey said they went to Ark. That is were Pearl
is buried, ( so this would have been around 1919) then moved on in to Oklahoma and that is where Harvey made his home. However, W.M.Thomas Kelly
married a Thrasher and they moved on to Texas and that is where both girls lived their lives and died. If  this rings any bells let me know.
                                             Stephanie

 

 


 
----- Original Message -----
From: David & Dolores Ford
To: donkelly@grovenet.net
Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2001 7:00 AM
Subject: Kelley/Kelly and related Texas families

Where did they live?
Where did they go?
 
Well, they started out in Montgomery Co., Tx.   My g-g grandfather, John Greenberry Kelly came there from somewhere, married Sarah Sylvesta (Knowles)  in 1851 and had Tobe, Margaret and John G. there 1854, 1856, 1858 respectively.   Then they went to Atascosa-Frio Co., TX.  The father, John Greenberry Kelly was killed at one of these two counties in 1857.  The mother, Sarah S. (Knowles) Kelly remarried to Reuben Carter.  She had six more kids.
 
Of the three children by the first marriage, Tobe and John G. were in Atascosa-Frio Co., Dewitt and Lavaca Co., Williamson Co., San Saba Co., and all finally settled in Mills-Hamilton-San Saba-Comanche, Brown.  Their sister, Margaret married in Atascosa-Frio Co. to George Thomas and they lived in Kinney Co. (at Fort Clark, I think).  They were there in 1880.  George died and Margaret lived the rest of her life with her brother, John in Mills and San Saba Counties.
 
At this point, I don't have much information on the Carter kids by Sarah's second marriage.  The oldest of these, Dora Ann married a Fryer.  The Fryers were very close to the Kellys.  They followed each other all over the state.
 
My great grandfather, Tobe settled in Mills County, Tx.  He was married first to Georgia Ann (Crosson) in Colorado Co., TX. in 1882.  They had a daughter, Laura Mack (Kelly) Morgan.  Then he married Alice Frances "Jose" Whitten in Hamilton Co., in 1886.
 
John Green Kelly, brother of Tobe, married first Margaret P. Fryer and had six kids in Dewitt Co.  Apparently, she died and he married Sarah Jane Wilkins and had one child by her that I know of, Charles Ivy Kelly.  John G. and Sarah Jane settled in San Saba Co. I believe.
 
Is this more than you asked for?  It's becoming a story and more and more people becoming involved.
 
Will you please reply, if our information connects, to: dsfordjr@dewittec.net

I am looking for the parents of John R Kelly.
John R. Kelly b. ? Jun 1834 Tennessee,  d. 10 May 1901, burial Mixon,
TX.  Cherokee county-Mixon Cemetery.  He married Josephine Hays no dates
on marriage.  To the best of my knowledge they had eight children.
Sarah Francis Kelly 
Lou Ella Kelly
Mary Eliza Kelly
James Harvey Kelley
Amarilla Kelly
Alta Mae Kelly
Addie Lee Kelly
Jennie B. Kelly
If any one has any info on these people please contact me.  Thank you
very mch

 


Am seeking info on Owen M KELLEY - (1885 Kaufman TX-
??) son of George M KELLEY & Mollie E OWENS. I believe
Owen had brothers named George M & John William KELLEY.
His mother Mollie OWEN Kelley is buried in Kaufman TX.
Owen M KELLEY married Linnie Elma ROSE (born 1888) &
they had folowing children:
Hazel Iona- she married Charles Pierre LeSEUR
John M KELLEY (1910-1976) he married Flora FINCHER
Odell Harvey KELLEY (1910-?)- married Drotha Fern
HARRISON
Ouida Pearl KELLEY
Terrell Clinton KELLEY
Dorothy J KELLEY
Adionias Harris "Tony" KELLEY- married Earlene LOVE
Wayne Rodney KELLEY (1912-1964) married Helen C MORRIS
Grover Wallace KELLEY (1920-1994) died mcIntosh Co OK

Odell & John lived in Pasadena, Harris Co TX area

Owen's father, George , is listed on 1900 Kaufman Co TX
. He married Mollie Ethel OWEN in Kaufman in 1884-she
died 1893.

*ANY* info on this family is appreciated.

Kathey KELLEY Hunt
Kaufman TX


 
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark & Jana Rooke" <rooke@earthlink.net
To: <KELLY-L@rootsweb.com
Sent: Monday, September 13, 1999 2:27 PM
Subject: ELIZABETH KELLY & JAMES BENEDICT RILEY OF LAVACA COUNTY, TX

 Am looking for information about the ancestors and descendants of ELIZABETH
 KELLY AND JAMES BENEDICT RILEY OF LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS.

 Their Children:
 1. Sarah Riley, b. Sept. 16, 1858, Lavaca Co., d. Nov. 12, 1867, Lavaca Co.
 2. Mary Riley, b. November 7, 1860, Lavaca Co., d. March 3, 1862, Lavaca Co.
 3. Matilda Riley, b. Feb. 16, 1862, Lavaca Co., d. August 16, 1887, Lavaca
 Co.
 4. James Riley, b. March 12, 1865, Lavaca Co.
 5. Terasa Riley, b. Nov. 25, 1884, Lavaca Co., m. Ves Tucker, Nov. 25, 1884,
 d. about Dec. 1938.
 6. John Riley, b. July 6, 1869, m. Mary O'Brien, Oct. 21, 1895
 7. Annie Riley, b. Feb. 12, 1871, Lavaca Co., m. Leo Brewer
 8. Paul Riley, b. Sept. 20, 1873, Lavaca Co., d. Jan. 28, 1875, Lavaca Co.
 9. Ellen Mary Riley, b. Feb. 12, 1874, Yoakum, Lavaca Co., m. James Bluford
 Baugh, Nov. 6, 1895, d. Feb. 2, 1953, Clute, Brazoria Co. TX (MY ANCESTOR)
 10. George Henry Riley, b. Nov. 12, 1878, Lavaca Co., m. Kate King, Oct. 14,
 1904, d. July 3, 1963, Brazoria County, TX.
 11. Lenard Francis Riley, b. July 4, 1880, Lavaca Co., m. Mary Adna Simms,
 Miss Rizer, Bertha Mae Greener Prafka, d. 1976.
 12. Ada Idel Riley, b. July 17, 1883, Lavaca Co. m. Mr. Knippa, d. November
 16, 1976, Brazoria County, Texas
 13. Charles Henry Riley, b. May 4, 1885, Lavaca Co., m. Alice unknown

 Any information about these Rileys or Kellys of Lavaca and Brazoria Counties
 would be appreciated!
 Jana Rooke

Tom & Pam Kelly wrote:

     The book "Leaves From An Old Diary" was first written by ELMA  KELLY
 (granddaughter of Davis & Hannah Kelly,  daughter of Silas W. & Mary J. Kelly)
 In 1925 on the 23rd day of August at a KELLY Reunion, EMILY KELLY reads a few
 leaves from a century-old diary kept by  DANIEL  GUERNSEY.  It's beleived ELMA was
 ill at the time of the reunion and so her twin sister EMILY reads these pages at
 the reunion.   Later it was RALPH  JOHN  KELLY  who edited and then had this
 thirty page KELLY  FAMILY  BOOK printed.

  I hope you all find my information helpful and accurate.

 Sincerely,  Tom Kelly

 Lwkelly@aol.com wrote:

  Dear Cousins:
 
  I want to introduce a new member, a cousin from William Kelly's line by way
  of son John Barrett Kelly.  He is George Chapman, from Texas I
  think.---(gchapman@comwerx.net).
 
  He recently E-mailed my and shared what he had on the family.  Although many
  of us have shared data back and forth, we have never as a group had the
  opportunity to compare family tree data and supporting facts.  The file
  George sent me, helped to highlight the need to do just such a comparison
  together with the group.  I'm suggesting a running series of E-mails
  comparisons to allow us to correct errors and fine missing facts and
  references.  This may also point out even areas of needed new research.
 
  We could begin such a review on a generation or single branch of the family
  tree at a time, allowing time to comment and compare sources.  I'll volunteer
  to start, but any of you feel free to jump in and take lead at any time,
  particularly in areas where you have more or better information or we are on
  your particular family line.  Each of us have more expertise when it comes to
  our specific lines.  I'll use the information in my family file for starters,
  but I have no way the best data or facts, except where maybe where I get down
  to William's son James M. T. Kelly family line.
 
  I'll start with Lawrence Robert Kelly and Martha Smith and children and there
  spouses.  Then after comparison we can go on to son, John Kelly's family and
  that branch of the family tree, then later to the other children's lines.
  Each time trying to keep the portions to review to a manageable size.  I
  going to use Family Tree Maker family report format, to display the data.
  This Rootsweb, mailing list format doesn't accommodate downloads or
  attachments well so I'm just copying the family tree information directly
  into the E-mail.  So here do the first part to compare.
  ______________________________________________________
  Descendants of Lawrence Robert Kelly
 
  Generation No. 1
 
  1.  LAWRENCE ROBERT1 KELLY1 was born 1740 in Northumberland Co., Pa, and died
  September 24, 1823 in Monroe Township, Clark Co.. In.  He married MARTHA
  SMITH1 April 08, 1767 in Northumberland Co., Pa. (Martha was born in 1742 in
  Northumberland Co., Pa amd died September 22, 1823 in Monroe Township, Clark
  Co.. In)
 
  Notes for LAWRENCE ROBERT KELLY:
  HISTORY: Lawrence Kelly served as a member of Captain John Forster' s Company
  of the Northumberland County Militia in Pennsylvania.  He received 3 pounds,
  10 shillings for his service.  His death date is taken from his grand daughter
  Nancy Kelly's diary -- "1823, September 22nd.  Morning at 4 o'clock old Mrs.
  Kelly died, aged 81.  Old grandfather Kelly is supposed not to survive many
  days.  September 24th.  Old Mr Lawrence Kelly, aged 83 years, dies about six
  thirty this morning".
 
  SOURCE: THE HISTORY OF THE OHIO FALLS CITIES AND THEIR COUNTIES, 1882 -- The
  most prominent family in the extreme west of Clark County, Indiana was that
  of Lawrence Kelly, who came from Pennsylvania and was here as early as 1810.
  His sons were John, Hugh, Abram, William and Davis... Mountain Grove
  graveyard is one of the oldest burying grounds in the county .  Lawrence
  Kelly and his wife, who died on the same day (incorrect), were the first to
  be interred in it.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About LAWRENCE ROBERT KELLY:
  Burial: Buried Mountain Grove, Monroe Twp, Clark Co, Indiana
 
  Notes for MARTHA SMITH:
  SOURCE: Death date taken from granddaughter Nancy Kelly's diary.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About MARTHA SMITH:
  Burial: Buried Mountain Grove, Monroe Twp, Clark Co, Indiana
  Fact 2: Possible Marriage location Cumberland Co., Pa
 
  Marriage Notes for LAWRENCE KELLY and MARTHA SMITH:
  1757 April ye 8th - Marriage performed by Rev. John Conrad Bucher.
  -- (Miss-indexed as Lawrence [Laurenz] Kelleyah to Martha Smith}--
 
  Source: Pennsylvania Vital Records, Volume II, Record of Marriages Performed
  by Rev. John Conrad Bucher, 1763-1769, @ Broderbund Software, Inc. Banner
  Blue Division.
 
   Record of Marriages Performed by Rev. John Conrad Bucher, 1763-1769.
    -- Contributed by Luther R. Kelker. --
 
  [The Rev. John Conrad Bucher was born in Switzerland, June 10, 1730.  In 1755
  he came to Pennsylvania and settled near Carlisle.  On February 26, 1760, was
  married to Mary M. Hoke, and shortly after entered the Provincial service as
  Lieutenant in the Second Battalion, Colonel Hugh Mercer; and also served in
  the battalions of Lieutenant-Colonel Turbott Francis and Asher Clayton.
  After the year 1762 he entered the ministry of the German Reformed Church,
  and served as paster of various congregations.  Early in 1768 he became a
  resident of Lebanon.  On August 15, 1780, he went to Annville to solemnize a
  marriage, where he died suddenly.  The original records, from which this copy
  is made are in the possession of his great-granddaughter Mrs. Eliza Bucher
  Hummel, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.]
 
  He apparently was a traveling preacher who served central Pennsylvania. Note
  Larry W. Kelly.
 
  Children of LAWRENCE KELLY and MARTHA SMITH are:
 
    2.i.  JOHN2 KELLY, b. February 1772, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. May 1850,
  Azalia, Bartholomew Co, Indiana.
 
  3.ii.   HUGH KELLY, b. 1776, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. December 12, 1839,
  Blue Lick Twp, Clark Co., In.
 
  4.ii.   ABRAHAM KELLY, b. May 22, 1777, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. 1822,
  Scioto Co., Oh.
 
  5.iv.   NANCY ELIZABETH KELLY, b. 1778, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. Aft. 1820,
  Polk Twp, Washington Co., In.
 
  6.v.    MARTHA KELLY, b. June 1784, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. Aft. 1850.
 
  7.vi.   WILLIAM KELLY, b. February 22, 1786, Northumberland, Pennsylvania; d.
  April 24, 1857, Hazel Dell, Cumberland Co., Il.
 
  8.vii.  DAVIS KELLY, b. September 08, 1789, Northumberland Co., Pa; d. June
  11, 1847, Azalia, Bartholomew Co., In.
 
  Generation No. 2
 
  2.  JOHN2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born February 1772 in Northumberland
  Co., Pa, and died May 1850 in Azalia, Bartholomew Co, Indiana.  He married
  (1) NANCY FERGUSON Abt. 1796 in Lancaster Co., Pa, daughter of ? FERGUSON and
  UNKNOWN ?.  He married (2) ELIZABETH WHEATLEY1 June 26, 1804 in Jefferson
  Co., Oh, daughter of JOSEPH WHEATLEY and ANNA WARREN.
 
  Notes for JOHN KELLY:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  Notes for NANCY FERGUSON:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  Marriage Notes for JOHN KELLY and NANCY FERGUSON:
  George Chapman (gchapman@comwerx.net) E-mail & download dated 10-30-99 ---
  Listing name source.
  Richard P. Kelly, Family Group Sheet of Lawrence Kelly and Martha Smith,
  (Personally Compiled Information).
 
  Notes for ELIZABETH WHEATLEY:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About ELIZABETH WHEATLEY:
  June 20 1804/ possible marriage date
 
  3.  HUGH2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born 1776 in Northumberland Co., Pa,
  and died December 12, 1839 in Blue Lick Twp, Clark Co., In.  He married
  MARGARET FERGUSON1 Abt. 1793 in Virginia, daughter of ? FERGUSON and UNKNOWN
  ?.
 
  Notes for HUGH KELLY:
  HISTORY: lived at Buffalo Twp, Northumberland Co, Pennsylvania, Fayette Co,
  Pennsylvania, Butler Co, Ohio, and finally Clark Co, Indiana, in 1816.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  SOURCE: 1800 Buffalo Twp, Northumberland Co, Pennsylvania.
 
  More About HUGH KELLY:
  Burial: Mount Grove Cemetery, Monore Township, Clark Co., In
 
  Notes for MARGARET FERGUSON:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About MARGARET FERGUSON:
  Birth location may be Virginia
 
 
  4.  ABRAHAM2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born May 22, 1777 in
  Northumberland Co., Pa, and died 1822 in Scioto Co., Oh.  He married HANORAH
  BARTLEY June 20, 1802 in Big Stone Creek, Sumerset Co., Pa.
 
  Notes for ABRAHAM KELLY:
  HISTORY: First lived on Big Stone Creek in southwestern Pennsylvania . Later
  removed to Oxford, Ohio, where some of their children were born, Kezia, Hugh
  S, Rachel B, and Martha. They then moved to Portsmouth, Scioto Co, Ohio,
  where Elijah, Mordecai, Isaac Mooney, and John Hill were born. In March 1855,
  they moved to Northield, Boone County, Indiana . Thence to Bainbridge,
  Williamson County, Illinois in October 1859 . Thence to DuQuoin, Perry
  County, Illinois, in the Fall of 1860 and finally to Ebeneezer, Perry County,
  Illinois in 1863.
 
  SOURCE: Information from Freda N. Robert of Oklahoma City.
 
  SOURCE: 1820 Washington Co, Indiana.
 
  SOURCE: Jefferson Co, Ohio, Deed Book A, 286,287.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About ABRAHAM KELLY:
  Burial: North Oxford, Butler Co., Oh
 
  Notes for HANORAH BARTLEY:
  NOTE: Bartleys came from Fayette Co, Pennsylvania, to Clark Co, Indiana.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About HANORAH BARTLEY:
  Fact 1: Possible first name Hannah
  Possible birth date: May 21, 1782
 
  Marriage Notes for ABRAHAM KELLY and HANORAH BARTLEY:
  George Chapman (gchapman@comwerx.net) E-mail & download dated 10-30-99 ---
  Listing name source.
 
  5.  NANCY ELIZABETH2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born 1778 in
  Northumberland Co., Pa, and died Aft. 1820 in Polk Twp, Washington Co., In.
  She married (1) JOHN BARRETT 1804.  She married (2) WILLIAM BLAKELY1.
 
  Notes for NANCY ELIZABETH KELLY:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  SOURCE: 1820 census of Washington Co, Indiana.
 
  Notes for JOHN BARRETT:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  6.  MARTHA2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born June 1784 in Northumberland
  Co., Pa, and died Aft. 1850.  She married JOHN LEWIS, SR.1 Abt. 1802 in
  Pennsylvania.
 
  Notes for MARTHA KELLY:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  George Chapman (gchapman@comwerx.net) E-mail & download dated 10-30-99 ---
  Date of birth source.
  Richard P. Kelly, Family Group Sheet of Lawrence Kelly and Martha Smith,
  (Personally Compiled Information).
 
  More About MARTHA KELLY:
  Census: 1850, Living with family of youngest son Thomas.
 
  Notes for JOHN LEWIS, SR.:
  HISTORY: lived at Monroe Twp, Clark Co, Indiana.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  7.  WILLIAM2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)1 was born February 22, 1786 in
  Northumberland, Pennsylvania2, and died April 24, 1857 in Hazel Dell,
  Cumberland Co., Il2.  He married MARGARET MCLEAN2 June 26, 1806 in Jefferson
  Co., Oh.
 
  Notes for WILLIAM KELLY:
  HISTORY: William and his four sons were the first of the Kelly clan to locate
  in Cumberland Co, Illinois.  They built homes along Crooked Creek in the
  vicinity of the cross roads that later became Hazel Dell.  After William
  died, John B. moved back to Indiana then back to Illinois in 1859.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About WILLIAM KELLY:
  Burial: Buried in Hazel Dell North (Old) Cemetery
  Fact 2: Have Picture of tombstone from Chuck Galloway
 
  Notes for MARGARET MCLEAN:
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  George Chapman (gchapman@comwerx.net) E-mail & download dated 10-30-99 ---
  Birth location source.
  Richard P. Kelly, Family Group Sheet of William Kelly and Margaret McLean,
  (Personally Compiled Information).
 
  More About MARGARET MCLEAN:
  Burial: Hazel Dell Cem, Hazel Dell, Cumberland Co, Illinois
  Fact 1: Last name may be McClean
 
  8.  DAVIS2 KELLY (LAWRENCE ROBERT1)3 was born September 08, 1789 in
  Northumberland Co., Pa, and died June 11, 1847 in Azalia, Bartholomew Co.,
  In.  He married HANNAH MILLS3 December 03, 1812 in ? Clark Co., In, daughter
  of RICHARD MILLS and ELIZABETH WHEATLEY.
 
  Notes for DAVIS KELLY:
  HISTORY: Soldier in an Indiana regiment in the War of 1812.
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About DAVIS KELLY:
  Burial: Buried Sand Creek Twp., Bartholomew Co, Indiana
  Fact 1: Buried Azalia Methodist Cemetery
  Military service: Indiana regiment in the War of 1812.
 
  Notes for HANNAH MILLS:
  HISTORY: Hannah Mills Kelly moved to Illinois in 1853 with three daughters,
  Mary, Sidney, and Eliza.  The sons came latter.
 
  SOURCE: Tombstone reads "Dau. of R & E Mills".
 
  SOURCE: Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December
  1939).
 
  More About HANNAH MILLS:
  Burial: Hazel Dell, Cumberland Co, Illinois
  Fact 2: January 10, 1878, Possible death date
  Fact 3: Have Picture of tombstone from Chuck Galloway
 
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  In comparing data, with George's file the first question I have is what is
  the exact or correct way to footnote or cite the 1940 Kelly Family History
  Publication.
  I have:
  Kelly, Ralph John: KELLY 1740-1940, (Atkinson, Nebraska: December 1939).
  George has:
  Elma Kelly: Kelly 1740-1940,(Edited and Printed by Ralph John Kelly,
  Atkinson, Nebraska: December 1939).
 
  Does any one know the correct to cite the document?
 
  Another interesting item, George has was that William's wife is Margaret
  McLean is listed from NC, North Carolina.  George where did you get that
  source?   We are trying to find her parents and verify the spelling of her
  last name (is it McClean or McLean)?  If she is indeed from North Carolina
  that might give us a better lead.
 
  George has the date of William's death as April 14 and I have April 24.
  Which is right?
 
  This is just a few of the points of comparison.
 
  PLEASE, aid us in the effort to compare family files.  If you have better
  sources, or different facts please advise us.
 
  Sincerely.
 
  Larry W. Kelly

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I got a reply from my aunt who is in a nursing home in Texas.  She gave
me a few bits of info that I didn't have before.

My GF, Brinkley Kelly (Kelley is on my birth certificate) was born in
Arkansas.  His father & mother Joe (Joseph?) Kelly & Emma Gibson Kelly
were from ALABAMA.  They migrated to Arkansas & later on to OK.  Joe &
Emma farmed for many yrs. in Andarko, Caddo County, OK.  Emma died in
Hugo, OK (where I was born) don't have a yr.

Brenda



 Hi everyone,

 Well I may have made a small step forward thanks to a woman searching
 DOYLE's in TX.  She introduced me to the Death Index from 1905 to like
1955.
 So, now I will make a post in hopes someone might know some info.

 Mary Virginia KELLY  born about 1871 in TX (Harris County?) married a
 James J.  DOYLE Dec 19, 1881.  I know nothing about either one of these
people except what you see
 and also she was my great-grandfathers sister. I have her listed as living
 in Houston, Harris, TX as of Nov. 1922 in her fathers obituary.

 I am almost positive she is the Mary Virginia K. DOYLE  listed in the TX
 Death Index 1941-1945 in Harris County, TX.  If this is correct, her date
of
 death was July 6, 1944.

 If anyone knows about Mary Virginia KELLY or this James J. DOYLE, her
husband
 I would appreciate your help.

 Mike Kelly
 firewalker@gibralter.net