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Bridget MCNAMARA (1854-1934)

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Bridget McNamara

Bridget MCNAMARA1,2 was born on 8 August 1854 in Queanbeyan, NSW.1 Bridget's parents were Patrick McNAMARA and Ellen ROGERS.3

Bridget died (aged 79) on 6 August 1934 in Michelago, NSW.1,3 She was buried in August 1934 in Michelago.3 She married John KELLY.

 

John KELLY1,2 and Bridget MCNAMARA had the following children:

 

William KELLY (1872-1948)

Patrick John KELLY (1873- )

Margaret Ellen KELLY (1875-1970)

John KELLY (1876- )

Thomas Francis KELLY (1877- )

Maria A KELLY (1879-1951)

Johanna KELLY (1879-1958)

Walter KELLY (1880-1933)

Bridget Ellen KELLY (1883- )

Michael KELLY (1885- )

Andrew KELLY (1886- )

Ewan KELLY (1888-1889)

Hugh Ernest KELLY (1890- )

Alban Jeremiah KELLY (1893- ) (known as 'Allan')

Ellen H KELLY (1895- )

Kathleen KELLY ( - )

Citations

1{S0801}, Internet (clan-cameron) : John Kelly (0504) (http://www.clan-cameron.org.au/getperson.php?personID=I32772&tree=cameron1 (17 Feb 2014)). Cit. Date: 17 February 2014. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0125}, Internet (WCP) COWDERY, Edwina : re COMMINS, Michael (0278) and CONROY, Mary (0279) and Descendants (The site has been removed from Rootsweb's World Connect Project). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0157}, Cemetery List : Michelago, Southern Tablelands, NSW, Australia (http://www.interment.net/data/aus/nsw/southerntablelands/michelago/). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kelly, Bridget (McNamara), d. 6 Aug 1934, age : 80 yrs, d/o Patrick McNamara & Ellen Rogers, bur. Catholic Section

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Updated : 23 August 2014