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Mary Kelly

AncientFaces Member since Jun 03, 2015

About: I have been doing genealogy research for over five years and do volunteer lookups. Surnames are: Connell,Lavin,Deighan,Sweeney,Kelly.

Researching: Robinson, Young, Miller, Connell, Sweeney, Newhaus, Deighan, Ickeringill

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Duffryn Mawr/Green Tree School, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1900: students who attended the Duffryn Mawr/Green Tree School about 1900. I believe the boy on the far left, second row, is John Newhaus. This school is currently a residence at the intersection of Grubb Road and Paoli Pike, Willistown township, Chester County, Pennsylvania
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Duffryn Mawr School, Chester County, Pennsylvania: This is a photo from about 1900 of the Duffryn Mawr School, now a residence, located at the intersection of Grubb Road and Paoli Pike, Willistown township, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
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Violet Cornell,daughter of George and Gertrude of Wisconsin. George was a lighthouse keeper. Back of photo was annotated born Jan 29, 1901, picture taken Sept 2nd,1901. Found in an antique store Nov 2011 in Delaware.
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The family of Clement Schlicher of Berks County,Pennsylvania, taken 1908.
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The crew of the WWII bomber standing co pilot H Ponder from Kansas, mid bombadeer Farrington, ? Brady, lower Jim Robinson(staff Sgt & asst eng), Cordi Abruzzi, George Gabsella, ? Harrison, Walt Wiewiora of Chicago. Plane retired in Charleston, SC, and crew became instructors. Photo taken in Salinas, Kansas.
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Thomas Leon and Helen Kelly of Philadelphia.
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Aunt Catherine, became Sr Rose Catharine, SSJ. Died at St Columba's Convent of the flu in 1918.
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John Patrick Kelly WWI picture.
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Edna Weir, Joe Kelly, Catherine O'Leary, Catherine Weir, Rose Gilligan and ? Wallace.
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John Patrick Joseph Kelly in a work photo. They appear to be dock workers. He died June 5, 1926 in Philadelphia.
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Mary Kelly Write a comment...From where the house was located, one should have been able to see out the bedroom windows towards the Reading Railroad tracks. And the house would have been near a gully where one could see “uphill and downhill.” This gully is now the site of Belfield Avenue ; it was formerly a creek called Wingohocking Creek. There was a station right near the Rock House [also called Wingohocking]; this was demolished in 1930 when the Reading Railroad elevated its tracks.
Jul 31, 2012 · posted to the photo The Rock House
Mary Kelly These children went to the Gonzaga Home in Germantown after their mother died according to the Robinson family.
Jan 09, 2009 · posted to the photo Manning children