New Jersey Obituaries - 1902 - Mrs. Mary (Havey) Kelly

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New Jersey Obituaries - 1902 - Mrs. Mary (Havey) Kelly

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Mrs. Mary (Havey) Kelly, wife of Patrick Kelly of Tower Hill avenue, Red Bank died suddenly last night. She had been complaining of a slight cold but had been up around the house. She went to bed about ten o’clock in her usual health. At eleven o’clock she was taken with a coughing spell and in a little over an hour she was dead. A doctor was summoned but Mrs. Kelly was dead before he reached the house. Coroner Tetley gave a burial permit. Heart disease was the cause of death.

Mrs. Kelly was a native of Ireland, but she had lived in this country since she was eighteen years old. Since coming to this country she had always lived at Red Bank with the exception of a few years spent at Keyport. She was about sixty years old.

Besides a husband Mrs. Kelly leaves four daughters and four sons. The daughters are Mrs. Edward Thompson and Mrs. R. Spedeker of Red Bank; Mrs. May Holskom of Philadelphia, and Miss Teresa Kelly of New York. The sons are Robert, Henry and Edward Kelly of Red Bank and Frank Kelly of Philadelphia. She leaves also a sister, Mrs. Michael Kelly of Chapel Hill; and a brother, Michael Havey of Newark.

The funeral will be held Saturday morning at nine o’clock at St. James’s church. The body will be buried at Mr. Olivet cemetery.

Source: Red Bank Register, Wednesday, Apr 9, 1902

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