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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


James Monroe Kelly

Research needed, no known connection:
KELLEY, Ella Lee, d/o M & M.L. 24 Oct 1893 24 Feb 1894
Kelley, James M. 7 Nov 1865 6 Jul 1936
KELLY, Pink Ednie, w/o James M. 7 Nov 1881 8 Dec 1905

Research needed:
Winn Parish Records
Succession Index
Name Book Page Suit no.
James Monroe Kelly I 990

May 28, 1964
Winn Parish Enterprise News-American
Last Rites For James M. Kelley To Be Held May 29
Funeral services for James Monroe Kelley, 82, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, May 29, in Hebron Baptist Church with the Rev. Lee Joyner, the Rev. Mrs. Levi Crain, and the Rev. J. C. Eubanks officiating.
Burial will be in Kelly under the direction of Southern Funeral Home.
Mr. Kelley, a retired railroad employee, died Tuesday morning after a brief illness. He was a native of Caldwell Parish.
Survivors are four sons, Jimmy Kelley of Artesia, Calif., Gilbert Kelley of Greenwood, Miss., Delbert Kelley of Carville, Calif., Major Kelley of Standard, Calif.; six daughters, Mrs. Clemmie Newsom of Grayson, Mrs. Etta May of West Monroe, Mrs. Ethel Solomon, Mrs. Ouida Trichell of Monroe, Mrs. Donnie Carter of Clarks, Mrs. Lessie Siebers of Willite, Calif.; a brother, of Clarks; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie May of Grayson and Mrs. Nancy Spangler of Hebert, 23 grandchildren and 42 great grandchildren.


Gilbert Loyd Kelly

Kelly, Gilbert Loyd Foot: Military Marker
b. 03-14-1922 d. 04-01-2002
Gilbert Loyd Kelly - U. S. Navy WWII - Purple Heart
Mar 14, 1922 - April 1, 2002
Third row.


Ellis Daneul Kelly

Kelly, Ellis Daneul Son of J. M. & Armindy Kelly b. 08-28-1905 d. 08-17-1913 Foot: EDK
Second row.


Isaac Kelly

Research needed: Isaac Kelly, Nancy Mott 12/21/1859, Caldwell Parish, Louisiana Marriage

Isaac served for Louisiana during the Civil War.


Nancy Mott

My name is Lynn Hargus and I am searching for informtion on a Nancy Kelly (Kelley) who married Samuel James Harper in Winn Parish, LA on 23 June1869. ...I found your information on Isaac Kelly.... Of particular interest is that Nancy's maiden name is "Mott". The "oral" family tradition has it that Nancy's maiden name was Kelly (Kelley). However, a review of the death certificate of my great grandfather, Danial Uriah Harper, shows that Nancy's maiden name was Mott.


Anderson D. 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


William Franklin Kelly

Frank was too young to serve in the Civil War. He married Lavinia and they lived in Winn Parish, Louisiana for a few years. They then returned to Union Parish, Louisiana where they lived for the remainer of their lives.


William Kelley

Research needed:
Catholic Cemetery, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana
W. A. Kelly, Woodman of the World, January 19, 1880 - February 14, 1914
Research needed:
Siloam Cemetery Winn Parish, LA, Jct. Hwys 505 & 1234 at Gansville
KELLEY, Lou Mae Anderson 11 Sep 1878 19 Feb 1983
Oden, s/o M/M W.P. 21 Jul 1920 23 Jul 1920
William Posey 15 Feb 1880 03 Feb 1957


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.


Wilbert Jackson Frost Jr.

Wilbert and Sue married at the home of his brother's, Benton Frost. His brother, Calvin C. Frost, and his entire family were present during the ceremony.