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The ancestors and descendants of Judge John Alexander Kelly and Martha Matilda Peck Kelly and related families, 1515-1959 : Kelly, Alexander, Howell, Peck, Borden, Burke, Snidow; collected by Dr. John Alexander Kelly

edited by Roberta Matilda Copenhaver
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English
Charlotte, North Carolina : Delmar Printing & Pub., c1994
x, 897 p. : ill., ports.
1st ed

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Kelly, Peck, Adair, Adams, Allen, Borden, Branson, Campbell, Carper, Coltrane, Cox, Snidow and other related families.

John Alexander Kelly, son of Vincent Kelly and Ann Simmons Alexander, was born 23 Jun 1821 in Lee County, Virginia. Martha Matilda Peck, daughter of John Peck and Elizabeth Snidow, was born 26 Aug 1827 in Giles County, Virginia. They married on 23 Oct 1843 in Giles County. They had thirteen children. Martha died 3 July 1890 and John died 17 Nov 1900. They are buried in Marion, Virginia. Their ancestors and descendants have lived in Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, West Virginia and other areas throughout the United States.

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