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George Robert KELLEY
Catherine MULKINS
Husband:  George Robert KELLEY
Birth:  19 May 1830, Hardin Co., KY
Death:  3 Aug 1909, Harrison Co., IN
Father:  James McCarty KELLEY
Mother:  Laura Ann JOHNSON
Marriage:  29 Aug 1852
Wife:  Catherine "Kate" MULKINS
Birth:  15 Oct 1834, KY
Death:  5 Jul 1900, Harrison Co., IN
Father:  Norman MULKINS (c1803-
Mother:  Elizabeth MILLER
Children:
  1.  Winfield KELLEY, b. 17 Jan 1853
  2.  Henry Clay KELLEY, b. 1 Jan 1855
  3.  Emma KELLEY, b. 30 Mar 1857; d. 8 Sep 1870
  4.  Robert KELLEY, b. 1 Feb 1859
  5.  Alonzo KELLEY, b. 16 Mar 1861; d. 15 Feb 1867
  6.  Laura E. KELLEY, b. 27 Deb 1863
  7.  James G. KELLEY, b. 15 Oct 1865; d. 5 Jan 1869
  8.  Sarah F. KELLEY, b. 16 Feb 1867
  9.  Susanna KELLEY, b. 4 Nov 1871; d. 9 Mar 1872
10.  Mary M. KELLEY, b. 28 Jan 1873
11.  Edna G. KELLEY, b. 3 Apr 1875
12.  Walter Q. KELLEY, b. 30 Nov 1877
13.  [Caroline] Carrie H. KELLEY, b. 15 Sep 1879
14.  Rose C. KELLEY, b. 16 Jun 1881
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

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

Pedigree Chart Index (online at the KELLEY/KELLY DNA project).

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