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Edward Joseph Kelly
Birth: May 1, 1876
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Death: Oct. 20, 1950
Chicago
Cook County
Illinois, USA

Chicago Mayor. 
 
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 Parents:
  Stephen Kelly (1853 - 1912)
  Helen Lang Kelly (1858 - 1935)
 
 Spouses:
  Mary Edmunda Roche Kelly (1882 - 1918)*
  Margaret Ellen Noll Kelly (1898 - 1955)*
 
 Children:
  Edward Joseph Kelly (1912 - 1926)*
  Joseph M. Kelly (1926 - 1999)*
  Patricia Anne Kelly (1926 - 1997)*
  Stephen E. Kelly (1930 - 2002)*
 
 Siblings:
  Edward Joseph Kelly (1876 - 1950)
  Mary E Kelly Corr (1876 - 1952)*
  Ella Kelly O'Donnell (1880 - 1942)*
  Hannah Kelly (1883 - 1941)*
  William A Kelly (1886 - 1963)*
  Catheryn C Kelly (1888 - 1966)*
  Richard Francis Kelly (1892 - 1964)*
  Evan Ignatius Kelly (1901 - 1979)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Calvary Cemetery
Evanston
Cook County
Illinois, USA
Plot: Edward J. Kelly Mausoleum, Lot 41, Block 1, Section I
GPS (lat/lon): 42.02435, -87.67313
 
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Record added: Sep 13, 2000
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Edward Joseph Kelly
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- Tracey Reid
 Added: May. 1, 2015

- BigLebo
 Added: Jan. 24, 2014
Birth was actually May 1, 1875 as I have his baptism record. On the baptism, he was Edward Michael Kelly, son of Stephen Kelly and Helen Lang, but he went by Edward Joseph Kelly.
- Nicole Temme
 Added: Sep. 26, 2011
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