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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: John Kelly Note Born: 1755 [2] Married: 1783 Died: 11 Jun 1853 [4]
WIFE
Name: Elizabeth Askins Note Born: 1760 [6] Died: 20 Feb 1865 [7]
CHILDREN
Name: Jonathan (john) Kelly Jr. Born: at 1788 94 Died: 9 Sep 1854 Wife: Catherine Spurgeon
Name: William (s.o. John 1755) Kelly Born: 1784 Died: 26 Jan 1856 Wife: Elizabeth Benson
Name: Abigail Kelly Born: 1788 Died: 20 Apr 1855 Husband: Joseph Neeland
Name: James Kelly Born: Jun 1794 Died: 22 Dec 1816
Name: Alfred Kelly Born: 5 Jul 1795 Died: 8 Sep 1863 Wife: Emma Monroe
Name: Sarah Kelly Born: 1798 Died: 11 May 1798
Name: Joseph Kelly Born: 22 Jul 1799 Died: 13 Aug 1883 Wife: Sarah Myers
SOURCES
2). Mary Ann Wamsley Apr 1998 4). Mary Ann Wamsley Apr 1998 6). Mary Ann Wamsley Apr 1998 7). Mary Ann Wamsley Apr 1998
NOTES
1). bobspu.ged John Kelly enlisted 2 Feb 1777 as a private in Capt. Charles Porterfield s Company, Col. Febiger s 11th Virginia Regiment. He was wounded at the Battle of Brandywine and carried a bullet in his neck until he died. He was discharged 2 Feb 1780 and applied for a pension on 6 Jun 1818 at the age of 62. The first history of Preston County done in the 1880 s states that John Kelly lived in the county, then moved on to Muskingum Co., OH. That book says that William Benson and 2 sons were buried in a small graveyard on the farm cleared out by John Kelly, which is now owned by William M. Smith, as also was James Kelly, brother of John, a soldier in the War of 1812. John Kelly, the Revolutionary War soldier mentioned above, emigrated to Muskingum Co., OH, about 1811 and lived to be 103 years old. Source Mary Ann Wamsley Apr 1998 Adopted Rich Hill Cem., Muskingum Co., Ohio Near Rix Mills
2). Adopted  Rich Hill Cem., Muskingum Co., Ohio Near Rix Mills

						


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