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Kelly, William Eldred; manufacturer; born, Emporium, Pa., May 11, 1861; son of Andrew Emmons and Lorinda Lyman Kelly; educated, Towanda College, Towanda, Pa.; also ordinary business course; married, Cleveland, Aug. 23, 1882, Alice T. Brown; issue, Fred Eugene, Myrtle L. and Hattie L. Kelly; pres. and gen. mgr. The Kelly Reamer Co.; formerly vice pres. The Kelly Handle-Bar Co.; joint proprietor and mgr. The E. A. Hewett Co.; pres. and mgr. The W. E. Kelly Mnfg. Co.; pres. and mgr. The Safety Handle-Bar Co.; pres. and mgr. The Modern Toy & Novelty Co.; master mechanic and supt. of The Clark
1st Class Private, Inf., Co .B, 30th Div., 120th Regt. Born in Wake County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Kelly. Entered service June 30, 1916, at Raleigh, N.C. Was sent to Camp Glenn, N.C., from there to Ft. Bliss, Tex. Sailed for France May 12, 1918. Fought at Ypres, Hindenburg Drive. Wounded on the Hindenburg Line Sept. 29, 1918. Was sent to Hospital No. 21. Served on border six months. Landed in USA April 12, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Jackson April 17, 1919.
KELLY, Addie Maria Todd9, (Street B.8, Leonard7, Ely6, Jonah5, Stephen4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Aug. 4, 1858, married Feb. 11, 1888, Joseph C. Kelly, who was born in the north of Ireland. They lived at 53 Shelton Ave., New Haven, Conn. Children: I. Frank Joseph, b. April 16, 1889. II. George William, b. Nov. 11, 1890. III. Arthur James, b. Nov. 20, 1893.
William Kelly Baker Rites Set Monday William C. Kelly, 65, died at his home in Yakima on Dec. 8. He was born in Baker and had lived here until he moved to Yakima, where he had been in business the past 20 years. Mr. Kelly was in the Rainbow Division in World War I. He was a member of the Catholic church. He was past exalted ruler of Baker Lodge No. 338, B.P.O.E. He was past president of the Yakima Optimist club and was a member of the American Legion. He is survived by his widow, Jessie; a daughter, Kathleen
Graveside committal services for Jessie Frances Kelly, 82, of Yakima, Washington, a former longtime Baker resident will be conducted Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the family plot in Mr. Hope Cemetery. The Rev. Lawrence Roumpf will officiate. A funeral service will be held in Yakima, Monday. Mrs. Kelly died Friday in Raymond, Washington, where she had been visiting her daughter. She had been a school teacher in the Baker school system for a number of years and was married to William C. Kelly who had been a longtime Baker pharmacist. He preceded her in death on Dec. 8, 1954. She
Larb Kelly, farmer, Sec. 2; P. O. Charleston; owns 300 acres. Mr. Kelly lived with his parents, engaging with his father in farming until 20 years of age. Mr. Kelly was married to Mary L. Sullivan about the year 1848; she was born in Coles Co., Ill., in 1830; died in 1858. The fruit of this marriage was two children Lura A. and Sarah E., deceased. He was then married to Sarah F. Sullivan, in 1860; she was born in Coles Co., Ill. The fruit of this marriage was six children -Susan, Elso J. and Larbia deceased, Mary M., Samuel
Father Bernard Stephen Kelly. A man honored and beloved, an ecclesiastic revered and respected by all sections of the community, liberal natured, broad minded, generous, kindly and free, full of understanding of special circumstances and conditions, and with a heart open in sympathy to every necessity, Father Bernard Stephen Kelly, rector of the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, is an individual who exerts a powerful influence for morality and Christianity in the City of Leavenworth. Father Kelly is a son of William E. and Katherine (Dowd) Kelly, natives of Ireland, from which country they were brought by their respective parents in
Joseph H. Kelly, of Mission District, San Bernardino County, is known far and wide as the most extensive dealer and trainer of horses in the county. He has a fine ranch of 100 acres, on which he has recently built a neat and comfortable residence. For the past ten years he has given his entire attention to horses, and at present has about fifty head, some of them as well bred as any in the State. Last spring he sold a pair of trotters for $6,000. Mr. Kelly is a native of Quincy, Illinois, and came to California in 1861.
EDWARD KELLY-Responsibility has been the portion of Edward Kelly throughout his entire active life, and for more than forty years he has borne a worthy and progressive part in business and civic affairs. He has done much to forward the progress of his native town of Great Barrington, Massachusetts, and in every branch of activity with which he is, or has been, connected he endorses all worthy effort and supports the general good. Mr. Kelly is a son of Michael and Julia (Dwyer) Kelly, his father a blacksmith and carriage manufacturer for many years, but later in life prominent as