|Birth: ||Dec. 14, 1883|
|Death: ||May 3, 1938|
Albion Randsom Kelley, son of, George E. Kelley and Ella Fraces Bean.
Albion Randson Kelley siblings are:
Charlie Kelley b. 1866
Iraha E. Kelley
Clistia Belle Kelley b. 1876
William H. Kelley b. 1871
Eva M. Kelley b. Abt. 1873
Pearl B. Kelley
Albion Kelley b. 14 Dec. 1883
Sarah J. Kelley
Roy H. Kelley b. 27 Aug. 1890
Albion Ransom Kelley married Grace Ellen Smith on October 11, 1911.
Albion Ransom Kelley and Grace Ellen Smith's children are:
Lloyd Ransom Kelley
Marjorie Arlene Kelley
Maurice Henry Kelley
Marie Frances Kelley
Merle Franklin Kelley
Ottumwa Daily Courier Dated May 4, 1938.
ALBION R. KELLEY
Albion R. Kelley, 54, of 408 North Milner street, died in the Ottumwa hospital Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Mr. Kelley was taken to the hospital about 8 a.m. Tuesday morning by Deputy Sheriff Pat Maloney after the man was found lying near the Shaul cemetery, officers said. He suffered a heart ailment.
He was the son of George and Ella Kelley and was born December 14, 1883, in Appanoose county. He had lived in Ottumwa for the last six years. Mr. Kelley was a member of the Christian church at Blakesburg.
Surving are his wife, Grace; two daughters, Margorie and Marie, at home; three sons, Lloyd of Ft. Des Moines and Maurice and Merle at home; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Rumley of Unionville, Mrs. Nell Tallman of Dubuque and Miss Sarah Kelley of Detroit, and two brothers, Roy Kelley of Detroit and Will Kelley of Ottumwa.
Services will be in Johnson's funeral chapel Thursday at 3:30 p.m. conducted by the Rev. Roy C. Leeds. Burial will be in the Shaul cemetery.
Albion Ransom Kelley was the son of George E. and Ella Frances (Bean) Kelley. Born 14 December 1883 in Sharon, Appanoosa County, Iowa where they lived on their farm two miles west of the town. Albion married Grace Ellen Smith on the 20th of October 1911 at the courthouse in Bloomfield, Iowa.
Albion and Grace Ellen moved to Blakesburg, Iowa where on 22 Sept. 1912 they started their family with the birth of Lloyd Ransom Kelley. At one time Albion and Grace E. lived in Denver, Colorado after Lloyd R. was born.
Then Albion got sick and a doctor was called to their house. Seems as Albions's tonsils had gotten infected. He had to sit in on a kitchen chair for twenty-four hours after the doctor removed a long sack of puss on each side. After this event Albion told everyone that he could feel the sack coming out from his sides down to his stomach.
He had the opportunity to become the manager of the Denver Theater, but Grace got home sick and they moved back to Iowa.
Note: *This site was sponsored by granddaughter Mary Lou (Kelley) Steinbrink.
Family Information contributed by family member:
Yvette E. (Byrum) Aune
George E. Kelley (1816 - 1903)
Ella Fraces Bean Kelley (1851 - 1914)
Grace Ellen Smith Kelley (1896 - 1952)*
Lloyd Ransom Kelley (1912 - 1972)*
Marjorie Arlene Kelley Johns (1922 - 1972)*
Maurice Henry Kelley (1923 - 1985)*
Marie Frances Kelley Jerred (1924 - 2000)*
Merle Franklin Kelley (1925 - 1958)*
William Henry Kelley (1871 - 1944)*
Pearl Belle Kelley Rumley (1882 - 1943)*
Albion Ransom Kelley (1883 - 1938)
Charlie Kelley (1886 - 1886)*
Roy Hanon Kelley (1890 - 1953)*
Created by: Yvette Aune
Record added: Dec 26, 2008
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