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January 14, 2008 - 06:22 PM
peter killey isle of man
peterkilley2005@hotmail.com

  Hello, my name is Peter Killey. i also live on the Isle Of Man, douglas, wilaston. I am 29 years old and have a father who has the same name as me. he is 55 years old and lives in willaston to.
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January 07, 2008 - 06:09 AM
Phillip Killey Australia
phillipkilley@yahoo.com.au

  I am interested in how many people with the surname Killey are living in different countrys and like to share their family background or history etc.
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January 03, 2008 - 07:31 PM
Kathleen Killey English, Michigan, United States
eeupnorth@charter.net http://www.spanitz.com/kathy/

  Hello Killey researchers--Am descended from a Thomas Killey b. abt. 1793 and Elizabeth Kewney from Lezarye, Isle of Man. The were in Ontario, Canada by 1841, when their son Thomas Killey married Elizabeth Whittle in that same year. I think Thomas Killey's (b. abt. 1793) parents were William Killey and Ann Gill. Have done lots of research on my particular line from Canada to the United States. If anyone is descended from Thomas Killey and Elizabeth Whittle of Ontario, Canada, maybe I can help. Just a note-my page hasn't been updated in a few years! But it's still a starting point if nothing else. My family always pronounced the name KILL ee. Distant cousins report that their father & uncles always bickered over the correct pronunciation--some saying 'KILL ee" and others saying "KYE lee" and yet others saying "KELLEY." Thanks for this site Peter--always good to find others of this surname.
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December 31, 2007 - 01:31 PM
Robert Mervyn Killey . UK
mer233@aol.com

  I have the family tree of Killeys from
Lambfell Beg, Kirk German, I.O.M., going back to circa 1640. My Great Grandfather, William Richard, emigrated to Cumbria (Cumberland) in latter half of 1900 hundreds. My Grandfather William born 1876, a plumber came to Manchester in about 1897/98. The old Family homestead a farm house at Lambfell Beg still survives. The last known information I have was that in 1989 the owners were two brothers named Quirk whose descendants, possibly their Grandfather bought the place from my Grandfather in 1928. Following considerable storm damage,grandfather, who then lived in South Manchester, could not afford the repairs and hence the sale to the Quirks. I have only just started further research in to the Family history. a lot of the information I have was sent to my father by Mrs EM Howard of Portland Oregon USA following her research into the Killey Family history. Keen to hear from anyone interested. Mervyn
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November 06, 2007 - 11:03 PM
Dr Adam Standring
adamstandring@Xhotmail.com

  I'm researching the family and relations of Sara Elizabeth Killey who was born circa 1879 and eventually died in Douglas, IOM in 1950.
Her mother was born Maria Teare (granddaughter of the great Fairy Doctor Charles Teare, daughter of 'Charley Chalse' Teare) and married Daniel Killey - a coachman - and they lived at Ballavar, Port Soderick.
Sara also practised herbal medicine, following the family tradition. I would be very grateful to know of any living relatives!
(Remove the X from my email address if you need to send me a message)
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October 17, 2007 - 10:01 AM
Linda Killey - UK
myss_ellie@yahoo.com

  My branch of the Killey family would also appear to be different. I have been able to take them back to Richard Killey born c1780, Liverpool, Merseyside and his wife Jane Griffith born c1783. Known children are John c1804, Richard c1807, Henry c1810 and William c1815.

Connecting families include Gate, Fairclough and Mulcare.

Have heard a family story regarding a family of fishermen from the Isle of Man and how most of the boys drowned in a tragedy at sea. The younger members of the family moved to Liverpool and we apparently descend from them.
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October 12, 2007 - 04:53 PM
Barbara Campedelli nee Killey
barbarac@btinternet.com

  I think we may be a different branch of Killeys. My research has shown my great grandfather was born in Lonan and move to Douglas when an adult. I was born in Douglas and left the Island when 17.
I'd be pleased to hear from anyone who thinks they may be from the same branch of Killey's
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October 07, 2007 - 06:50 PM
jane chaplin nee killey
jane.chaplin@ukonline.co.uk

  I was born in liverpool, uk, in 1969 to ralph and edna (nee Lee) killey. In 1971 my brother peter killey was born. our paternal grandparents were james and Jean Killey, of Liverpool. My father had a brother, also James killey.
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August 31, 2007 - 01:19 AM
Peter Killey - Australia
killey.peter@gmail.com

  Looking for any information on Ceaser Killey B May 28th 1855, particularly on when and how he migrated to Australia
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August 28, 2007 - 01:52 AM
Lynne Kramer; USA
lynnee31974@netzero.net

  I am a niece of Gayle J. Killey, and I have the same information that he has listed in his entry. I started researching the family tree a few years ago and got stuck. If anyone could help us go back further it would be greatly appreciated.
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