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This is probably Elizabeth Colley, mother of William Colley Kellaway, and of Frederick George Kellaway. M.P., P.C. ©
During WW1, Leslie Kellaway (son of William Colley Kellaway) of Melbourne, visited England while on leave from service in Europe. He is seen here with his cousins. ©
M.P. P.C., represented
Bedford for the Liberal Party, and was managing director of Marconi
in the early days of wireless telegraphy.|
Link to FGK's wedding photo.
William Colley Kellaway, born Clifton 1868, migrated to Australia in 1890.
|Bill Kellaway (b. Hobart 1898) and Leslie Kellaway (b. Hobart 1899) are seen while visiting England during WW1.|
(above) with their aunt Maude Kellaway ("Aunt Mud")
and (below) with their cousins Helen, Martin ("Billy") and Margaret.
|Annie Emma Kellaway, daughter of Samuel and Keziah, born Clifton, 1865||William Colley Kellaway (born Clifton 1868) with his wife Ethel (nee Lear) and four sons:|
(l to r) Leslie, Fredrick, Jack and William (Bill). Their daughter Nancy had not arrived yet.
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