Killey Geaneaolgy

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August 28, 2011 - 09:46 PM
Angela Killey, Warren, OH .Originally from Hiram, OH

  My grandfather was Arthur Killey of Hiram, OH, born in the Isle of Man. He died in 1989. My father Randall Killey lives in Miamisburg, OH and my brother Jason Killey currently is stationed in Ft Leonardwood, MO serving in the US Army.
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June 22, 2011 - 03:58 AM
Maurine R. Cook

  My great grandfather Marshall H. Killey was born 12 Feb 1850 supposedly in Marion county Ohio. Family tradition say he was originally from the Isle of Man. The original name was O'Killey. Marshall died 9 Dec. 1928 in Roscoe, or Burbank CA and was buried in Los Angeles,CA. He married 7 Dec 1871 in Waubaunsee KS to Mary Ella Jackson. She was born 15 June 1854 in Chicago, Cook county, Ill. She died 2 Jan 1930 in Gunnison CO. Father, Andrew Jackson, Mother Hannah Fuller. She divorced Mr. Killey and married Otis Allen Wilt. Killey and Mary Ella had 7 children, Mary, Benjamin, Gerrude (my grandmother) Pearl, Cora, Joseph and Anna. There is reportedly a son, Kenneth buried here as well but no marker. Look up KILLEY on "Find A Grave" website. Many are listed there.
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June 22, 2011 - 03:51 AM
Maurine R. Cook

  You can find several KILLEY family in the website "Find A Grave" including the family I have here in Gunnison,CO. Interesting site....
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June 21, 2011 - 07:39 AM
Paul, Scotland.

  My Grt Grandfathers brother, William Wilson married a Jessie Killey in 1910.

Marriages Dec 1910
Wilson William W. Derby 8b 509
Killey Jessie W. Derby 8b 509

Jessie was born in Peel on the Isle of Man c1870.
The IOM does appear to be the main area for the Killey name. So I feel that most with the name on the Isle maybe related in someway.
Do these names sound familiar to anyone who has done some genealogy research.?

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May 22, 2011 - 07:54 PM
Chris Killey Isle of Man

  this is class
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April 12, 2011 - 01:14 PM
Hope Felicity Stretton nee Killey South Africa or

  My grandfather James Killey came from Douglas to South Africa approx 1895. He was married to Mary Corkhill from Ramsey. His antecedants came from Peel.The surname has died with me as my father Douglas Killey had three daughters.
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October 07, 2010 - 12:21 PM
Faith Corrigan (Nee Killey)

  I have been trying to research my family tree for a couple of years now and have managed to get a little way back in the Killey side, with 5 brothers passing on the Killey name I think this branch is doing it's bit to keep the name going! My grandfather, Ernest Fredrick Killey was born in Bridgenorth in 1910 and unfortunately passed away when I was young in 1981, his parents were Philip Henry Killey and Genevra(Genevora) who was origionally a Tolley. Philip was a tailor born in Patrick, IOM in 1870 and grew up in Peel. He pops up in 1891 in Liverpool and then moved to Bridgenorth. He died when my grandfather was 2 years old, so there wasn't any family history passed on. Research has shown that Philips parents were Philip Killey born 1812ish in Patrick and Eleanor/Ellen born 1835 in Douglas. I believe that this Philip Killey died in Liverpool in 1897. My great grandfather Philip had a brother John who was born in 1863. I would be grateful for any further information that anyone has on this branch of my family tree and would love to hear from anyone that may be related.
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August 18, 2010 - 05:07 AM
Mark Killey Australia

  Thomas Killey was born in the Isle of Man around 1860. He came to Australia and married Ellen McCoppin in 1891 and lived in Melbourne. He had 4 children, one of which was my grandfather. He passed away in 1915 aged 55.His home was called Mona's Isle after a famous Manx boat. Any background would be welcome.
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August 06, 2010 - 11:07 PM
Tricia Cook

  I am trying to trace a Catherine Killey who had an illegitimate son called Mathew / Mathias with Joseph Benson in 1816. Mathew was baptised at Lezayre, Isle of Man. They had another son John a couple of years later who only lived a few months. I can find no trace of Catherine's birth, marriage or death despite searching at the registry and museum. I know that Joseph Benson went on to marry Ann Clague in 1824 so can only assume that Catherine died. Catherine would have been my great great grandmother so any information about her would be greatfully received.
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July 29, 2010 - 12:14 PM
Peter John Killey Australia

  Our forebears lived in England in the Liverpool area before some moved on to Australia. We have been unable to determine when they came across from Man
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