KELLY (No.1)

Of Tuam, County Galway

From Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation by John O'Hart

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Arms; See those of "O'Kelly." (No.1)

1. Anthony Kelly of Turrick, Castle Park, near Mount Talbot, co. Galway, m. Margaret (b. 4th October, 1736, died 1822), dau. of Jasper Ouseley,[1] of Prospect, Dunmore.

2. Jasper Kelly of Loughrea: their only son; married Frances, daughter of Edward Davis,[2] of Fahy, Loughrea, county Galway.

3. Richard Kelly: their eldest son; born 1810, at Loughrea; now (1880) of Bayview-avenue, Dublin, but formerly of Tuam, where, in 1837, he founded the "Tuam Herald" Newspaper; m. Margaret, daughter of Dominick Tully, of Dunmore, by whom he had issue —1. Jasper, 2. Susan, 3. Fannie, 4. Lizzie, 5. Richard, 6. Robert.

4. Jasper: eldest son of Richard; for many years Proprietor of the "Tuam Herald;" married Delia, third eldest daughter of John Daly of Tuam and Westport, by whom he had issue—1. Richard-John, 2. Margaret, 3. Mary, 4. Susan; died October, 1866.

5. Richard-John Kelly: son of Jasper; born 1856; living at Tuam in 1887, as the Proprietor of the "Tuam Herald" Newspaper.

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NOTES

[1] Ouseley: Jasper Ouseley was the son of Jasper, who, in 1772, m. Julia Bodkin (d. 1790), of Kilclooney. Said last-mentioned Jasper was son of Richard Ouseley (b. 1697, d. 1761), who was son of Jasper Ouseley, of Ballycogley, co, Wexford (b. 1630), who was the eldest son of Richard Ouseley of Courteen Hall, Northampton, England, (b. 1570).

[2] Davis: John Davis, of Fahy, Loughrea, was son of Robert Davis (b. 1737, d. 1813), who was the son of Geoffrey Davis (d. 1757), who was the son of William Davis, of Aughrim (d. 1721).


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