More Photographs of the Extended Family
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James Kelway of Langport


(Right)  Constance Kellaway who died  29th June 1910, aged 8 years.











(Left) James Kelway founded the seed-growing business in Langport, Somerset.


(Left)
The family of John Maron Fever Kellaway (born Puncknowle, Dorset, 1828) and Eliza Martyn (born Alderney, married Alderney 1860) who migrated to New Zealand.
Photo taken in Christchurch about 1894.
Rear centre: John Thomas. (born Alderney 1864)
Rear left: Joseph Andrew
Right front: William Alfred 

STANDING:
John Matthew Kellaway Jr. Feb. 28, 1863 to May 1, 1952. Married Emma Jackson
 William Henry Kellaway Aug. 8, 1864 to Oct. 27, 1915. Married Lizzie Hough
Samuel Kellaway July 3, 1865 to April 2, 1931. Married Mary Ellen  Mitchebey
Charles King Kellaway Oct. 5, 1869 to April 16, 1951. Married Jennie  Parmenter
Thomas Kellaway Mar, 21, 1872 to May 8, 1946. Married Jennie Miller 
Eli Kellaway Jan. 17, 1874 to Oct. 8, 1909. Mary Eleanor Leonard
Alfred Paul Kellaway Nov. 6, 1880 to Sept. 20, 1966 Married  1. Iva Stanton,  2. Margaret Plagemon
 
SEATED:
Sarah Kellaway Fordham Dec. 12, 1876 to Mar. 10, 1956. Married Frank Fordham
John Mathew Kellaway Sr. Jan. 29, 1840 to April 30, 1914
Catherine Warne Kellaway July 19, 1839 to Dec. 2, 1912
Mary Kellaway Stevens Owens Jan. 23, 1878 to Nov. 22, 1961. Married  1.William Stevens, 2 William Owens

Group photo of Kellaway family of Scranton Pennsylvania
The picture was taken to celebrate John and Catherine's 50th Wedding Anniversary but as you can see Eli was dead by the time the picture was published in  1912, so the true picture was taken before he passed away. My grandmother  was Mary Kellaway Stevens Owens and my father Alfred Stevens was her son. (Carol Leola)

Robert Keilway ("Wards and Liveries") 1497-1581. M.P., Member of Inner Temple.
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