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Huey Purvis Frost

Huey served in World War II from 1945 - 1946 as a Naval Airman 3rd Class Boatswain. He also served in the Korean War in 1949.


Huey Purvis Frost

Huey served in World War II from 1945 - 1946 as a Naval Airman 3rd Class Boatswain. He also served in the Korean War in 1949.


William M. Kelly

J Solomon - 08/01/98 19:06:30 SURNAMES of YOUR UNION PARISH ANCESTORS: KELLEY/KELLY
Comments: Looking for a Methodist minister from Macon County, AL, moved to Union Par. abt 1840's or 50's. Last name Kelley or Kelly. Had 4 sons & several daughters. Moved to Caldwell Parish after Civil War but back to Union a few years later where he & wife both died. Buried near Downsville. Sons: Albert Ellis, John W., Frank, Isaac; daughters Almeda Elizabeth.

William Kelley moved from South Carolina to Pike County, Alabama by 1839. Note: William is not listed in the 1850 Census for Union Parish, Louisiana. Between 1851 and 1853 he moved with his growing family to Union Parish, Louisiana.

1850 Census for Jackson Parish, Louisiana
Kelley, Margaret pg 385
Kelley, William pg 361

Parish of Union, State of La.
A list of voters posted in this Parish of Union ward Nov 10 for state and Parish offices
Nov. 7, 1859 Names ...
140. 4. William Kelly

170.NOTE: Obviously the enumerator was prepared to go to 170, but there were only 167 men. At 155 the handwriting changed visibly, smaller, cramped, harder to read - he was probably pretty tired.

There are also Kelleys in Union, Winn, Lincoln and Grant Parishes, Louisiana.

William is a Methodist minister/farmer.

1860 Census for Jackson Parish, Louisiana
Kelley, William Pg # 348
Kelley, William J. Pg # 348
Kelly, James W. Pg # 370; SS
Kelly, William Pg # 370; SS

When the war ended (1865), John W. Kelley moved his wife, Louisa Mott, and family to Winn Parish.

In 1880 William M. lives next door to his son, William Frank Kelly.

Research needed, possible family:
SCHEDULE 1. Free Inhabitants in the Parish of Union, State of Louisiana, enumerated by me, on the 24th day of _____July___, 1860. A. C. Wade, Ass't Marshal.Post Office:__FARMERVILLE_
1 - Dwelling #; 2 - Family #; 3 - Name; 4 - Age; 5 - Sex; 6 - Color; 7 - Occupation (over age 15); 8 - Value of Real Estate; 9 - Value of Personal Estate; 10 - Place of Birth; 11 - Married within year; 12 - Attended school within year; 13 - Can't read or write (over age 20); 14 - Deaf & dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper or convict.

PAGE: 73
460 460
J.P. Kelly 30 M Farmer 360 430 NC
Labora Kelly 25 F Housekeeper AL
Cornelius Kelly 13 M LA
B.D. Kelly 10 M LA
E.F. Kelly 5 F LA
N.J. Kelly 1 F LA
Wm. Lunsford 22 M Laborer AL
Mary Owens 15 F LA

Page: 117 [possible, first born?]
749 749
Joel Kelly 35 M Farmer 300 SC
Labora Kelly 27 F Housekeeper AL
Cornelius Kelly 13 M LA
Calvin Kelly 11 M LA
Rachal Kelly 4 F LA
N.J. Kelly 1 F LA
Wm. Lunsford 24 M Farmer AL

Research needed:
WINNFIELD CITY CEMETERY - SE corner of West Boundary St. & South St., Winn Parish, Louisiana
KELLEY
Bertie Noah G 17 Sep 1896 22 Jan 1985
George H. G 22 Apr 1890 13 Jan 1941 J.C. D 1861 1931
Kate Larkin D 1878 1956

KELLY
George A., Co F 27 La Inf CSA B 11 Dec 1839 22 Jul 1922
Lou Alford, w/o Geo. A. B aged 60 yrs 11 Jan 1906
Albert B., s/o Geo. A. & Lou B 30 Jul 1861 31 Dec 1905

Daniel Wade, M.D. A 8 Jan 1876 18 Jul 1950
Infant c/o Dr. & Mrs. D.W. A 20 Jan 1910 20 Jan 1910
John Wade, s/o Dr. & Mrs. D.W. A 20 Dec 1907 28 Aug 1908

Angus A 12 Aug 1888 6 Dec 1911
Katherine A 1914 1915
Lillie Ann A 25 Feb 1848 23 May 1930
Margaret A abt 60yrs age 9 Mar 1871
Mildred A 1919 1921
Sarah Ethel A 1885 1976


Lavenia N. Spillers

In the Alabama Marriage Records of Pike County, her name is spelled: Leveney Spillers.

Spillers Cemetery
Union Parish, Louisiana
Variant Name: Spillars Cemetery
USGS 7.5' x 7.5' Map: Calhoun 323513N 0922145W


Elizabeth H. Kelly

Her last name is spelled with one "e" - Kelly.


Doretha A. Kelly

Her last name is spelled with one "e" - Kelly.


George Kelly

George's name is spelled with one "e" - Kelly.

Research needed:
1880 Census for Winn Parish, Louisiana
4.4.
Kelly, George A.,.....w.m.40,.....Head, m,.....La.Ga.Ga., Farmer
Kelly, Levenia,.....w.f.35,.....Wife, m,.....Ms.Ms.Ms., Keeping house
Kelly, Albert B.,.....w.m.18,.....Son, s,.....La.La.Ms., Farmer

Research needed:
Tax Lists: Resident, 1883, Winn Parish, Louisiana
Kelly, Geo. A.

Research needed:
Military: Civil War Veteran Soldiers Burial Sites - Winn Parish, La.
Kelly, George A Co F 27 La Inf 12/11/1839 - 7/22/1922

Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications
Veterans and widows who have Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Louisiana State Archives. The pensions were granted beginning in 1898. Get a copy at http://www.sec.state.la.us/pension1.htm or:
Louisiana Secretary of State, State Archives- Research Library, P. O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
George KELLY
George A. KELLY

Note: There is a G. W. Kelley b. June 27, 1849, d. July 11, 1925 buried in the Antioch Methodist Cemetery, Winn Parish, Louisiana.

George is not listed on the 1860 Federal Census for Union Parish, Louisiana.

Note: A George Kelly married E. C. Newsom on 12/13/1864, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana.


John W. Kelly

John W. Kelly served for Louisiana during the Civil War.
Military: Civil War Veteran Soldiers Burial Sites - Winn Parish, Louisiana.
Kelley, John W Co A 12 Inf 1845 - 1906 at Antioch Methodist Cem. Hwy 126 West

Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications
Veterans and widows who have Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Louisiana State Archives. The pensions were granted beginning in 1898. Get a copy at http://www.sec.state.la.us/pension1.htm or:
Louisiana Secretary of State, State Archives- Research Library, P. O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
A. E. KELLY
John W. KELLY

John W. Kelley is listed in the Winn Parish Records, Succession Index: Book D, Page 172-323, Suit: 482.

Research needed:
Tax Lists: Resident, 1883, Winn Parish, Louisiana
Kelly, J. W. Sr
Kelly, J. W. Jr

1911 Census of Confederate Veterans & Widows Winn Parish, Louisiana
Ward 3
Kelly, John W. /71/LA/12th/A/rheumatism


Louisa Mott

Another birthplace: Mississippi

Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications
Veterans and widows who have Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Louisiana State Archives. The pensions were granted beginning in 1898. Get a copy at http://www.sec.state.la.us/pension1.htm or:
Louisiana Secretary of State, State Archives- Research Library, P. O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
John W. KELLEY {Widow: Louisa (MOTT)}
Research needed, no known conntection:
Daniel MOTT Born: 1816 Place: , , Georgia
Died: Place: , Union, Louisiana Buried: Place: , Union, Louisiana
Married: 22 Oct 1835 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama
Wife's Name: Percilla COX, Born: 1810, Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama
Married: 22 Oct 1835 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama Father: Matthew COX
Children
1. F Caroline MOTT Born: 1840 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama
2. F Louisa MOTT Born: 1842 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama
3. M Abner MOTT Born: 1844 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama
4. M Stephen MOTT Born: 1847 Place: Grove Hill, Clarke, Alabama

Research needed, no known connection:
John Mott Sex: M Death: 1698 Place: , Lancaster, Virginia
his child: John Mott Sex: M Birth: abt 1670/80 Death: 4 Mar 1732 Place: Lancaster, Virginia
his child: Joseph Mott Sex: M Birth: abt 1715/20 Death: bef 16 Nov 1775 Place: Lancaster, Virginia
his child: Joseph Mott, Sex: M, Birth: abt 1740/45, Place: South Carolina, Death Place: Washington, Georgia
Spouse: Hester
his child: Joseph Mott, Sex: M, Birth: 11 Mar 1774, Death: 15 Dec 1849 Place: Tyler, Texas
Spouse: Zilpha Wiggins, Marriage: abt 1799 Place: Clark, Alabama
his child: Joseph George Wiggins Mott, Sex: M, Birth: 1806 Place: Clark, Alabama, Death: 1846
Place: Galveston, , Texas, Spouse: Eliza Fulton
his child: William Mott, Sex: M, Birth: 1835, Place: Rapides, Louisiana


William J. Kelly

Research needed:
Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
William J. Kelley, Mattie Landstrom 5/18/1891

Research needed:
1910 Census for 2-WD Police Jury, Morehouse, Louisiana, Dwelling/Family: 21/21:
Kelly, Wm Head M W 40 MD1
Kelly, Margeret Wife F W 38 MD1
Kelly, Margeret Dau F W 3 S


Cornelia A. Kelly

Research needed, Calwell Parish, Louisiana:
Cornelia R. Kelly, Elisha Gunn 7/18/1895


Ellis U. Kelley

Caldwell Parish, Louisiana
Ellis Kelly, Ellen Holloway 1/21/1875


Albert Ellis Kelley

Another death date: 1850

Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications
Veterans and widows who have Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Louisiana State Archives. The pensions were granted beginning in 1898. Get a copy at http://www.sec.state.la.us/pension1.htm or:
Louisiana Secretary of State, State Archives- Research Library, P. O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
A. E. KELLY

KELLY, A. E.
CP1.76
1.000000
25.000000
8.000000 KELLY, A. E.

J Solomon - 08/01/98 19:20:31 My Email:grumpy62@swbell.net <mailto:grumpy62@swbell.net> SURNAMES of YOUR UNION PARISH ANCESTORS: Kelley, Spikes
Comments: Looking for info on Albert Ellis Kelley, born 1841 in Macon County,AL, & moved to Union Parish with Methodist minister father & family. Married Narcissa Spikes, a native of Union Parish in 1860's. Then moved to Grant Parish where she died. Albert died in Caldwell Parish 1927.

Albert's name is spelled with one "e"- Kelly.

Albert Ellis served for Louisiana during the Civil War.

Albert Ellis Kelley married and moved to either Union or Lincoln Parish. When his first wife, Narcissa Spikes died while they lived in Grant Parish, he move to Caldwell Parish and remarried.

Caldwell Parish Records: Land Conveyances.
Date: November 26, 1919, Vendor: A.E. Kelly, Vendee: C. E. Nelson, Kind of Instrument: Oil and Gas Lease, Book: 27, Page: 208, File #62143, Description: Sections 29-13-2.

Date: November 26, 1919, Vendor: A.E. Kelly, Vendee: Lumber Deed, Kind of Instrument: Deed, Book: L, Page: 325, Description: Sections 29-13-2.

Date:5/21/1925, Vendor Kelly, et.als. A.D. Albert E. (widower) I.L. J.M., Vendor: La. Central Lumber Co. Deed 32 640 65581 Secs 29-13-2


Marion Frank Shirley

Research needed, is there a connection?:
1880 United State Census for Jackson, Alabama
Family History Library Film 1254016, NA Film Number T9-0016 , Page Number 22A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
John M. SHIRLEY Self M Male W 53 TN Farmer NC ---
Mary SHIRLEY Wife M Female W 44 TN Keeping House --- ---
John W. SHIRLEY Son S Male W 22 AL Laborer TN TN
Jane SHIRLEY Dau M Female W 18 AL TN TN
Martha SHIRLEY Dau S Female W 14 AL At Home TN TN
Marion SHIRLEY Son S Male W 12 AL At Home TN TN
Florence SHIRLEY Dau S Female W 8 AL At Home TN TN
Jesse C. SHIRLEY Son S Male W 5 AL At Home TN TN
Benj. JOHNSON Other S Male W 14 TN Hired Laborer --- ---


Albert Ellis Kelley

Another death date: 1850

Louisiana Confederate Pension Applications
Veterans and widows who have Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Louisiana State Archives. The pensions were granted beginning in 1898. Get a copy at http://www.sec.state.la.us/pension1.htm or:
Louisiana Secretary of State, State Archives- Research Library, P. O. Box 94125, Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9125
A. E. KELLY

KELLY, A. E.
CP1.76
1.000000
25.000000
8.000000 KELLY, A. E.

J Solomon - 08/01/98 19:20:31 My Email:grumpy62@swbell.net <mailto:grumpy62@swbell.net> SURNAMES of YOUR UNION PARISH ANCESTORS: Kelley, Spikes
Comments: Looking for info on Albert Ellis Kelley, born 1841 in Macon County,AL, & moved to Union Parish with Methodist minister father & family. Married Narcissa Spikes, a native of Union Parish in 1860's. Then moved to Grant Parish where she died. Albert died in Caldwell Parish 1927.

Albert's name is spelled with one "e"- Kelly.

Albert Ellis served for Louisiana during the Civil War.

Albert Ellis Kelley married and moved to either Union or Lincoln Parish. When his first wife, Narcissa Spikes died while they lived in Grant Parish, he move to Caldwell Parish and remarried.

Caldwell Parish Records: Land Conveyances.
Date: November 26, 1919, Vendor: A.E. Kelly, Vendee: C. E. Nelson, Kind of Instrument: Oil and Gas Lease, Book: 27, Page: 208, File #62143, Description: Sections 29-13-2.

Date: November 26, 1919, Vendor: A.E. Kelly, Vendee: Lumber Deed, Kind of Instrument: Deed, Book: L, Page: 325, Description: Sections 29-13-2.

Date:5/21/1925, Vendor Kelly, et.als. A.D. Albert E. (widower) I.L. J.M., Vendor: La. Central Lumber Co. Deed 32 640 65581 Secs 29-13-2


Edward Ruthaven Kelly

Research needed:
Employed in 1944 at Louisiana Central Lumber Company which operated in Caldwell Parish 1902-1953 Log Cutter, Filers, Sealers: A.D. Kelly
Employed other than in 1944 at Louisiana Central Lumber Company Logging- Log Cutters, Filers, Sealers, & Team Drivers: Ed Kelly