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Olivia Anne Kelley Birkenbach
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Birth: Jul., 1880
Baltimore City
Maryland, USA
Death: Jan. 2, 1919
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA

Olivia was the third of three daughters and a son born to Francis A and Mary Katherine (Fillius) Kelley. She married Alphonse Conrad Birkenbach and they had two children, daughter Gertrude Olivia (b.1909) and son Lorenz Alphonse (b. 1910). 
Family links: 
  Francis A. Kelley (1848 - 1924)
  Mary Katherine Fillius Kelley (1849 - 1935)
  Alphonse Conrad Birkenbach (1873 - 1929)
  Gertrude Olivia Birkenbach Van Wright (1909 - 2003)*
  Lorenz Alphonse Birkenbach (1910 - 1985)*
  Fannie E Kelley Schmidt (1876 - 1949)*
  Caroline Cornelia Kelley Byers (1878 - ____)*
  Olivia Anne Kelley Birkenbach (1880 - 1919)
*Calculated relationship
Francis A. & Mary K. Kelley are on one side of the monument, and Alphonse C and Olivia A Birkenbach are on the opposite side. Dates of death for Mary and son-in-law Alphonse are not inscribed. Mary is buried here, but no one paid to have her date of death, Feb. 19, 1935, inscribed. Alphonse died 10 years after Olivia and is actually buried at Parkwood Cemetery.
Note: Death notice published by the Baltimore Sun on 4 Jan 1919. Buried on 5 Jan 1919.
Oak Lawn Cemetery
Baltimore County
Maryland, USA
Created by: John Otto
Record added: Apr 09, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 127693603
Olivia Anne <i>Kelley</i> Birkenbach
Added by: John Otto
Olivia Anne <i>Kelley</i> Birkenbach
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My great grandaunt, sister of my great grandmother Caroline Byers (nee Kelley).
- John Otto
 Added: Nov. 30, 2016

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