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Benjamin Franklin KELLEY
Nancy YANCEY
Husband:  Benjamin Franklin KELLEY
Birth:  4 Mar 1784, NC or VA
Death:  11 Feb 1850, Creal Springs, Williamson Co., IL
Father:  Richard KELLEY
Mother:  Maria GIBBS
Marriage:  12 Jan 1805, Lincoln Co., NC
Wife:  Nancy YANCEY
Birth:  22 Aug 1787, NC or VA
Death:  4 May 1857, Marion, Williamson Co., IL
Father:  Austin YANCEY (1752-1833)
Mother:  Sarah GARRISON
Children said to be born in Robertson Co., TN:
1.  Christopher G. KELLEY, b. 23 Dec 1806; d. 6 May 1845, Johnson Co., IL
2.  Permelia Ann KELLEY, b. 15 Oct 1811; d. 16 May 1856
3.  Richard Yancey KELLEY, b. 23 Jan 1814; d. 10 Jun 1861
4.  Nathan Hiram KELLEY, b. 10 Mar 1822; d. 15 Jun 1899, Barry Co., MO
5.  William Carl / Carol KELLEY, b. 3 Apr 1825; d. 17 Jul 1862, IL
6.  Admiral Watson KELLEY, b. 26 Oct 1827; d. 1866
7.  Leander Homer KELLEY, b. 26 Apr 1830; d. 10 Oct 1903, Johnson Co., IL
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Illinois, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia

Source:

1.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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