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Daniel S. Brogan

Brogan - Kelley Family Ancestors

Below is a reverse genealogical tree of my father's, father's parents, Edward Tatnall Brogan, Jr and Catharine Rutherford Kelley from their generation and back. This tree has been verified with historical records including state birth, death and marriage records, US Census records, cemetery records and local directories. I have also referred to published texts were cited. The main tree includes generations 1-6, where the numbers correspond to the number of "greats" of my great-grandparents. Generation 6 is numbered 6.01 through 6.64 and continued below the main tree in their respective sections.


REVERSE LIST (Generations 1 to 6):
   
1 Edward Tatnall Brogan, Jr; b. 26 Jun 1901 @ Camden, Camden, NJ, USA (Bermuda Passenger and Crew Manifests)
      d. 28 Jul 1982 @ Niles, Berrien, MI, USA
      (of) 930 Atlantic Ave, Camden, NJ, USA in 1901 and 1902
      (of) 217 Washington St, Chester, PA, USA in 1910
      (of) Claymont, New Castle, DE, USA in 1920 as a chemical company oiler
      m. 26 Oct 1921 @ Prospect Park (Moore), Delaware, PA, USA (Kelley-Masters Family Bible) 
      bap. 21 Sep 1929 @ St Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
      (of) 804 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1930 as an electric company load dispatcher
      (of) 609 Sharp Ave, Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA in 1940 as an electric company load dispatcher
      (of) 609 Sharp Ave, Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA in 1955 with 35 years experience at the 
           Phildelphia Electric Co in the load dispatching division
      (of) Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA in 1955 with 35 years experience at the Phildelphia Electric Co
           in the load dispatching division
      (of) 609 Sharp Ave, Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA in 1961
      later m. Eunice K. (Miller) Imhoff (1912-2002) on 5 Feb 1977
      (of) 308 Whitman Ct, Buchanan, MI, 49107-1518 in later life
    2 Edward Tatnall Brogan, Sr; b. 27 Dec 1864 @ PA, USA; d. 28 Nov 1902 (church records)
          (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1870
          (of) 824 W 6th St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880
          (of) 2812 East Clearfield St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1887, 1888 and 1889 as a laborer
          m. 27 Jun 1889 @ St Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
          (of) 2812 East Clearfield St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1890 as a foreman
          (of) 2763 Richmond St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1891 as a laborer
          (of) 2817 Salmon St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1892 and 1893 as a laborer
          (of) 317 Sycamore St, Camden, NJ, USA in 1900 as a cabinetmaker
          (of) 930 Atlantic Ave, Camden, NJ, USA in 1901 and 1902 as a cabinetmaker
          church member 13 Jul 1902 @ Kaighn Avenue Methodist Episcopal, Camden, NJ, USA from probation
        3 Wesley W. Brogan; b. 11 Sep 1827 @ PA, USA
              (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
              d. 5 Jul 1913 (from an unknown distant Brogan cousin, but he does disappear from records at this time)
              (of) Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ, USA in 1850
              m. 21 Nov 1850 @ Sharptown, Salem, NJ, USA
              (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1856 as a carpenter
              (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1857, 1863 and 1870
              (of) Kembelsville, Chester, PA, USA in 1870 as a farmer
              bought land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA from his mother on 29 Mar 1870
              (of) Landenberg (unincorporated), Chester, PA, USA in 1876
              sold land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA to David B. Nivin on 23 Mar 1876
              (of) 824 W 6th St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880 as a carpenter
              (of) 337 Springwell, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1882 as a Carpenter
              (of) 588 Penn St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1883
              (of) 804 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1885 as a carpenter
              (of) 2812 East Clearfield St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA in 1887, 1889 and 1890 as a carpenter
              (of) 1117 Baring St, Camden, Camden, NJ, USA in 1890 as a carpenter
              (of) 757 Division St, Camden, Camden, NJ, USA in 1898
              (of) Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1900 as carpenter
              (of) 742 West 2nd St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1904 as a carpenter
              (of) 1614 Van Buren St, Wilmington, New Castle, DE, USA in 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913
            4 Solomon Brogan; b. 3 Jan 1787 (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
                  d. 8 Oct 1838 (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
                  (of) Londonderry, Chester, PA, USA in 1807 as a carpenter (Septennial Census)
                  Purchased Land in New London, Chester, PA, USA in 1811
                  (of) New London, Chester, PA, USA in 1814 as a carpenter (Septennial Census)
                  m. 14 Jun 1814 (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
                  Sold Land in New London, Chester, PA, USA in 1815
                  Purchased Land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1817
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1820 (US Census)
                  (of) New London, Chester, PA, USA in 1821 as a carpenter (Septennial Census)
                  Sold Land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1822
                  (of) Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, DE, USA in 1830 (US Census)
                  (of) New Castle Co, DE, USA in 1834 as a carpenter (US Congress records)
                5 James Brogan; d. bet 1796 and 1800 (bet. birth of youngest child and 1800 US Census)
                         NOTE: Besides John and William, whose spouses are known, James was the other 
                               Brogan in Chester Count at this time. Therefore, he is assigned here.
                         (of) West Marlborough, Chester, PA, USA in 1778 and 1779 unmarried (tax lists)
                         (of) Londonderry, Chester, PA, USA in 1781, 1782 and 1785 married (tax lists)
                         (of) Londonderry, Chester, PA, USA in 1786 married (septennial census)
                         (of) West Marlborough, Chester, PA, USA in 1790 married (US Census)
                    6.01 ? Brogan
                    6.02 + ?
                5 + Alice/Alyce ?; b. bet 1760 and 1775 (US Census)
                         (of) Upper Oxford, Chester, PA, USA in 1800 (US Census)
                         later m. ? Cross (? - bef 1810) bet 1800 and 1810
                         (of) London Grove, Chester, PA, USA in 1810 (US Census)
                         Purchased land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1821
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1814 and 1821 (Septennial Census)
                         Sold land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1831
                         (of) Londonderry, Chester, PA, USA in 1832 (poor school children list)
                         (of) Sadsbury, Chester, PA, USA in 1835 (Septennial Census)
                         NOTE: Alice as the mother of Solomon is known from her will proved in 1836.
                         NOTE: It is widely accepted that Aaron Baker (1701/02 - 1783) and Mary Edwards
                               (abt 1703 - aft 1783) had a daughter Esther Baker. It is know that she m. 
                               William Chalfant in 1750 and had children Mary, Martha, Esther, Phebe, Aaron,
                               Alice, Sarah, Elizabeth & William bef 1770. Mary m. John Brogan on 
                               13 Oct 1770. It is sometimes reported that Alice Chalfant was the wife of 
                               James Brogan, which is plausible, but without proof. Therefore, I have left
                               it out of this tree, although I have assumed it to be true in other places.
                               Circumstantial evidence remains: 1) William Chalfant and James Brogan both
                               lived in West Marlborough in 1779; 2) James Brogan had a son Aaron Brogan who
                               had a grandson named Aaron Baker Storey.
                    6.03 ?
                    6.04 + ?
            4 + Phebe DeHaven; b. 14 Mar 1797 (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
                  d. aft 1870
                  m. 14 Jun 1814 (attr. to a Bible owned by Miss Annie Brogan of Alloway, NJ in l925)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1820 (US Census)
                  (of) New London, Chester, PA, USA in 1821 (Septenial Census)
                  (of) Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, DE, USA in 1830 (US Census)
                  Purchased land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1840 (same as Solomon's above)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1840 and 1842 (US Census and Census Substitutes)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1856 as a housekeeper (Septennial Census)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1857 (US Census Substitutes)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1860 (US Census)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1866 (IRS Records)
                  (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1870 (US Census)
                  Sold land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1870 (same as above)
                5 Jesse DeHaven (from deeds and his will)
                         b. 10 Sep 1773 @ PA, USA (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                         d. 11 Jan 1835 @ London Britain, Chester, PA, USA (tombstone)
                         m. 22 Feb 1793 @ Old St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1805 (tax list)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1807 (Septennial Census)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1810 as a distiller (tax list)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1814 as a Yeoman (Septennial Census)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1820 (US Census)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1821 as an innkeeper (Septennial Census)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1828 as an innkeeper (Septennial Census)
                         (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1830 (US Census)
                         bur. New London Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New London, Chester, PA, USA
                    6.05 Samuel DeHaven (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                           b. 1747 (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                           d. 24 Jul 1821 (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                           m. 1771 (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                           private in Horsham Regiment of Pennsylvania Militia in 1780 (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                    6.06 + Catherine Ramey (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                5 + Mary Madeline Pluck (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                         b. 10 Jun 1774 @ Philadelphia, PA, USA (Sons of American Rev. App.)
                         d. 4 Sep 1838 (tombstone)
                         m. 22 Feb 1793 @ Old St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                         bur. New London Presbyterian Church Cemetery, New London, Chester, PA, USA
                    6.07 ? Pluck
                    6.08 + ?
        3 + Arthalinda Keen; b. abt 1834 @ NJ, USA; d. 19 Jun 1893 (from an unknown distant Brogan cousin)
              (of) Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ, USA in 1850
              m. 21 Nov 1850 @ Sharptown, Salem, NJ, USA
              (of) London Britain, Chester, PA, USA in 1857, 1863 and 1870
              (of) Kembelsville, Chester, PA, USA in 1870
              (of) Landenberg (unincorporated), Chester, PA, USA in 1876
              sold land in London Britain, Chester, PA, USA to David B. Nivin on 23 Mar 1876
              (of) 824 W 6th St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880
              (of) 337 Springwell, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1882
              (of) 588 Penn St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1883
              (of) 804 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1885
              (of) 2812 East Clearfield St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA in 1887, 1889 and 1890
              (of) 1117 Baring St, Camden, Camden, NJ, USA in 1890
            4 Samuel L. Keen; b. abt 1809 @ NJ, USA; d. 1886
                  bur. Apr 1886 @ First Baptist Cemetery, York St, Salem, Salem, NJ, USA
                      (Jill Drake on Rootsweb 2 Oct 1999)
                  (of) Salem, Salem, NJ, USA in 1840
                  (of) Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ, USA in 1850 and 1860 as a laborer
                  (of) 30 Olive St, Salem, Salem, NJ, USA in 1880 as a laborer
                5 ? Keen
                    6.09 ? Keen
                    6.10 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.11 ?
                    6.12 + ?
            4 + Mary C. ?; b. abt 1811 @ NJ, USA; d. 23 Apr 1890/91 @ Salem, Salem, NJ, USA
                  bur. 28 Apr 1890/91 @ First Baptist Cemetery, York St, Salem, Salem, NJ, USA
                      (NJ Deaths and Burials and Jill Drake on Rootsweb 2 Oct 1999)
                  (of) Salem, Salem, NJ, USA in 1840
                  (of) Pilesgrove, Salem, NJ, USA in 1850 and 1860
                  (of) 30 Olive St, Salem, Salem, NJ, USA in 1880 as a housewife
                5 ?
                    6.13 ?
                    6.14 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.15 ?
                    6.16 + ?
    2 + Harriet Brooks; b. 18 Sep 1861 @ Chester, Delaware, PA, USA (death certificate and 1870 US census)
          d. 18 Nov 1943 @ Upland, Delaware, PA, USA
          (of) Chester, North Ward, Delaware, PA, USA in 1870
          Communicant Mar 1878 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
          Confirmation 2 Feb 1879 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
          (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880 as a woolen mill worker
          (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1883 as a weaver at Lewis & Co
          (of) 917 Morton Ave, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1887 as an operator
          m. 27 Jun 1889 @ St Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
          (of) 2812 East Clearfield St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1890
          (of) 2763 Richmond St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1891
          (of) 2817 Salmon St, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1892 and 1893
          (of) 317 Sycamore St, Camden, NJ, USA in 1900
          (of) 930 Atlantic Ave, Camden, NJ, USA in 1901 and 1902
          later m. John W. Meredith on 7 Aug 1903 @ Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
          (of) 217 Washington, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1910
          (of) Claymont, New Castle, DE, USA in 1920
          (of) 5 Front St, Upland, Delaware, PA, USA in 1920, 1926 and 1930
          (of) 4 Front St, Upland, Delaware, PA, USA in 1940
        3 William (Henry (family tradition) or J. (1847 directory)) Brooks
              b. 1 Sep 1829 @ Philadelphia Co, PA, USA (Brooks-Prior Family Bible)
              d. 18 Jul 1907 @ Chester, Delaware, PA, USA (Brooks-Prior Family Bible)
              pos. (of) Beach above Maiden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1841 as a weaver
              pos. (of) Washington above Callowhill, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1843 as a weaver
              (of) Carlton above Sch 6th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1844 as a weaver with father
              (of) Filbert St bel Sch 5th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1846 as a weaver
              (of) rear Filbert St bel Sch 5th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1847 as a weaver
              (of) Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850 as a weaver
              (of) Filbert St bel Sch 5th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1851 as a weaver
              m. 12 Feb 1853 @ Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA (Brooks-Prior Family Bible)
              (of) P Ville, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1856 and 1857 as a weaver
              (of) Wood n 23rd, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1859 as a weaver
              (of) Philadelphia Ward 24 Precinct 5, West Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860 as a weaver
              (of) Wood n N 24th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860 as a carpet weaver
              (of) Wood above 23rd, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1861 as a carpetweaver
              (of) 1742 Wood, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1862 as a weaver
              (of) Haverford n 36th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1863 as a weaver
              worked at Andalusia Woolen Mills in West Philadelphia in Feb 1866
                   (Bible presented to William Brooks by weavers he oversaw)
              (of) Chester, North Ward, Delaware, PA, USA in 1870 as a woolen mill worker
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1879 and 1880 as an overseer
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880 as a woolen mill worker
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1882 as a loom boss at Ledward's (Sunnyside Mill)
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1883 as a loom boss at Branagan & Lamb
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1885 as a loom boss
              (of) 917 Morton Ave, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1887 as a loom boss
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1889 as a grocer
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1891 as a 'notions'
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1893 and 1895
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1898, 1900, 1904 and 1906 as a Janitor
              bur. 21 Jul 1907 @ Q:024:2 Chester Rural Cemetery, Delaware Co, PA, USA (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
                  (section Q is just in from Upland Ave)
            4 John Brooks; b. abt 1803 @ England; d. aft 1850
                  (of) Carlton above Sch 6th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1844 as a weaver with son
                  (of) 4 Gay's Ct, Philadelphia Co, PA, USA in 1848 as a carpet weaver
                  (of) rear Union above West, Philadelphia Co, PA, USA in 1849 as a weaver
                  (of) Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850 as a weaver
                  pos. (of) West Chester Road, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1858 as a weaver
                5 ? Brooks
                    6.17 ? Brooks
                    6.18 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.19 ?
                    6.20 + ?
            4 + Mary ?; b. abt 1805 @ England; d. aft 1850
                  Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850
                5 ?
                    6.21 ?
                    6.22 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.23 ?
                    6.24 + ?
        3 + Mary Ann Prior
              b. 11 Apr 1832 @ Minersville, Schuylkill, PA, USA (attrib. to death cert. of one of her children,
                 Brooks-Prior Family Bible))
              d. 15 Oct 1914 @ Chester, Delaware, PA, USA (Brooks-Prior Family Bible)
              Probationary member at Madison Street United Methodist Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1849
              (of) Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850
              (of) Blockley Township in 1850: made deposit No. 65414 at the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society
                   for money from weaving 
              Dropt. as a probationary member at Madison Street United Methodist Church, Chester on 13 Oct 1850
              m. 12 Feb 1853 @ Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA (Brooks-Prior Family Bible)
              (of) Philadelphia Ward 24 Precinct 5, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860
              (of) Chester, North Ward, Delaware, PA, USA in 1870 as a housewife
              (of) 416 E. Eleventh St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1880 as a housewife
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1900
              Communicant at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA on 15 Apr 1900
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1908 and 1910
              (of) 1113 Upland St, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA in 1912 with dau. Sarah J., dau. Laura V.,
                   dau. Jennette = Nettie and dau. Anna L. and an Adelaide Brooks
              bur. 20 Oct 1914 @ Q:024:2 Chester Rural Cemetery, Delaware Co, PA, USA (St. Paul's Episcopal Church)
                  (section Q is just in from Upland Ave)
            4 Henry Prior; b. 1807 @ Gloucester, England (tombstone)
                    d. 26/27 Sep 1853 @ home in CA, USA: murdered by five men (Daily Alta California, 3 & 10 Oct 1853)
                    left Philadelphia, PA aboard the Osccola on 16 Jan 1849
                    NOTE: Voyage to California Via Cape Horn: Together with Scenes in El Dorado, in the Year 1849-'50, 
                          with an Appendix Containing Reminiscences ... : Together with the Articles of Association 
                          and Roll of Members of "The Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days of California", 
                          Samuel Curtis Upham, 1878.
                    NOTE: History of Merced County California … 
                          J. Carlyle Parker, 1881, p.109.
                    arrived at San Francisco, CA, USA aboard the Osccola on 5 Aug 1849
                    (of) Township 2, Tuolumne County, CA, USA as a miner in 1850
                    listed on 29 May 1850 in the Placer Times as among those who came to Sacramento 15-25 years before
                    referred to as an "old miner" and "a friend" in 11 Jun 1850 interview about mining in Sacramento 
                        Transcript: at Mariposa diggings from late Feb 1850 to late Apr 1850; then to Rattle Snake 
                        Creek on the Tuoalomie; now at Sacramento; previously at Feather and Yuba River mines and 
                        returning to those former mines
                    (of) Mariposa Co, CA, USA in 1852 as a farmer formerly of Schuylkill, PA, USA
                    bur. 1853 @ Roberts Ferry Cemetery, Waterford, Stanislaus, CA, USA
                5 ? Prior
                    6.25 ? Prior
                    6.26 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.27 ?
                    6.28 + ?
            4 + Sarah A. Williams; b. 4 Mar 1817 @ Wales (tombstone)
                  d. 2 Nov 1880 @ Merced Co, CA, USA
                  m. Thomas O. Griffith bet 1860 and 1870
                  (of) Merced Co, CA, USA in 1870
                  of "Buena Vista Ranch" on 28 Mar 1880: writes a letter to Mary Ann Prior calling her daughter
                  NOTE: 26 Oct 1881 letter from Jarvis Streeter to W. Ross Brown, Esq. claims Sarah was married
                        to a miner named Ruddle who was murdered before she m. Henry Prior of Tuolumne Co, CA, USA.
                        Ealry April 1897 letter to Mary Ann Prior from her son James Brooks implies an inheritance
                        being sought by the Williams family. 28 Apr 1897 by James Brooks gives Sarah Osborn as an 
                        alternate name for Sarah Williams. 
                5 ? Williams
                    6.29 ? Williams
                    6.30 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.31 ?
                    6.32 + ?
1 + Catharine Rutherford Kelley; b. 3:40 AM, 6 Jul 1901 @ Prospect Park (Moore), Delaware, PA, USA
         (Kelley-Masters family Bible)
      d. 18 Aug 1972 @ Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA (Delaware County Daily Times, 21 Aug 1972)
      on 6 Jul 1901: 7.5 Lbs at birth (Kelley-Masters family Bible)
      (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1910 & 1920
      m. 26 Oct 1921 @ Prospect Park (Moore), Delaware, PA, USA
      bap. 21 Sep 1929 @ St Paul's Episcopal Church, Chester, Delaware, PA, USA
      (of) 804 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1930
      (of) 609 Sharpe Ave, Glenolden, Delaware, PA, USA in 1940 and 1961
    2 Edwin Burnham Kelley Sr; b. 28 Dec 1860 @ PA, USA
          d. 8 Sep 1935 @ Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA
          (of) 1004 Olive St (Ward 14, District 42,) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870
          (of) 1006 Olive St, Phiadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1880 as a sign painter
          (of) 1006 Olive St, Delaware, PA, USA in 1882 and 1883 as a painter
          (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA on 26 Mar 1884 (marriage)
          m. 26 Mar 1884 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA by Rev. J. J. Muir
          (of) 2609 E. Dauphin St, Delaware, PA, USA in 1886 as a painter
          (of) 1218 Cambria, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1888 and 1889 as a painter
          (of) Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1900 as a painter
          (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1910 as a self-employed painter
          (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1920 as an automotive shop painter
          (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1930 as an contractor painter
          (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA at death as a self-employed painter
          bur. 12 Sep 1935 @ Odd Fellows Cemetery, 22nd & Diamond, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
          now bur. Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery, PA, USA
        3 Charles P. Kelley; b. Apr 1821 @ Burlington, NJ, USA (Kelley-Foster Family Bible)
              d. 8 Feb 1901 @ Simpson House, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              pos. bap. 29 Mar 1846 @ Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              (of) Ward 3, Precinct 2, Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850 as a cordwainer
              (of) 17 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1851 as a cordwainer
              (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA on 31 May 1854
              m. 31 May 1854 @ Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1855 as a printer at 19 Carroll ab 12th
              (of) 19 Carroll, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1856 as a printer at 1 Ranstead Pl
              (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1855 as a printer at 19 Carroll ab 12th
              (of) 263 Parrish St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1857 as a printer at 10 Minor
              (of) 1318 Brown St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1858 as a printer at 20 N 6th
              (of) 1002 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1859 as a printer at 20 N 6th
              (of) 1002 Olive St (Ward 14 Division 1), Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860 as a printer
              (of) 1002 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1861 as a printer at 20 N 6th
              (of) 1004 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1862, 1864, 1865, 1867 and 1868 as a printer
              (of) 1004 Olive St (Ward 14, District 42,) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870 
                   as a printer at 600 Arch
              (of) 1004 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1871, 1872 & 1873 as a printer at 600 Arch
              (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1874 as a printer at 600 Arch
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1875 as a printer at N 7th corner Arch
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1876 as a printer at 57 N 7th
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1877 as a printer
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1878 as a printer at 57 N 7th
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1879 as a stationer at 164 N 9th
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1880 as a printer
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1882, 1883, 1884, 
                   1885, 1886 & 1887 in "shoes" at 715 N Broad
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1888 in "shoes"
                   at Fairmount av corner N Broad
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1889 as a laborer
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1890 as a shoemaker
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1891
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1892 in "shoes" at 1810 Poplar
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1893 as a shoemaker
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1894 in "shoes" at 622 N 12th
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1895 and 1896 in "shoes" at 837 N 13th
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1897 as a shoemaker
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1898
              (of) Belmont Ave and Edgely Rd (Simpson House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA at death
              NOTE: I believe that family stories of someone living at Sweetbriar Mansion
                    are from the time at Simpson House, which is north across Fairmount Park
              bur. 11 Feb 1901 @ Odd Fellows Cemetery, 22nd & Diamond, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              now bur. Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery, PA, USA
            4 Isaiah Kelley; b. 7 Jul 1793 @ Burlington, Burlington, NJ, USA (Kelley-Foster Family Bible)
                  d. 31 May 1877 @ 644 N 10 St, Camden, NJ, USA
                  m. 16 Dec 1816 @ Burlington Co, NJ, USA
                  (of) Bristol, Bucks, PA, USA in 1828, 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, 1833, 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837,
                       1839, 1840 and 1841
                  (of) Van Buren Pl, Philadelphia Co, PA, USA in 1843, 1844, 1846, 1848 & 1848 as a cordwainer
                  (of) 17 Olive St, Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1849 as a cordwainer
                  (of) Ward 3, Precinct 2, Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850 as a cordwainer
                  (of) 17 Olive St (Ward 3, Precinct 2), Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850, 1851, 1852,
                       1853 & 1854 as a cordwainer
                  (of) 17 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1855, 1856 & 1857 as a shoemaker
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1859 & 1859 as a shoemaker
                  (of) Ward 14 Division 1, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860 as a laborer
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860 as a collector
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1861 as a cordwainer
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1862 as a gentleman
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1864 as a shoemaker
                  (of) 1019 Olive St (Ward 14 District 42), Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870
                       as a shoemaker
                  (of) 1019 Olive St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1871, 1872 and 1873
                  bur. 4 Jun 1877 @ Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                5 ? Kelley
                    6.33 ? Kelley
                    6.34 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.35 ?
                    6.36 + ?
            4 + Lydia K. Foster; b. 23 Feb 1798 @ Bristol or Philadelphia, PA, USA (Kelley-Foster Family Bible)
                  d. 6 Apr 1879 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                  m. 16 Dec 1816 @ Burlington Co, NJ, USA
                  (of) Ward 3, Precinct 2, Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850
                  (of) Ward 14 Division 1, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860
                  (of) Ward 14 District 42, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870 as a housewife
                  (of) 644 N 10th, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA at death
                  bur. 10 Apr 1879 @ Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                5 John Foster
                         "The Property of John Foster Dec. 1, 1812." (Kelley-Foster family Bible) 
                    6.37 ? Foster
                    6.38 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.39 ?
                    6.40 + ?
        3 + Margaret Henry; b. 5 Mar 1831 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA (death cert.)
              d. 18 Dec 1906 @ Simpson House, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              (of) Lewis ab Girard Ave, Penn, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850 with Israel and Susannah (Henry) Bendel
                   who were m. 22 Jun 1847 @ Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              (of) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA on 31 May 1854
              m. 31 May 1854 @ Eleventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              (of) 1002 Olive St (Ward 14 Division 1), Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1860
              (of) 1004 Olive St (Ward 14, District 42,) Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870
              (of) 1006 Olive St, Phiadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1880 as a housewife
              (of) Belmont Ave and Edgely Rd (Simpson House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA at death
              NOTE: I believe that family stories of someone living at Sweetbriar Mansion
                    are from the time at Simpson House, which is north across Fairmount Park
              bur. 21 Dec 1906 @ Odd Fellows Cemetery, 22nd & Diamond, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              now bur. Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery, PA, USA
            4 Jacob Henry; b. abt 1798 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                         (location from dau. Margaret's death cert.)
                    d. 21 Jul 1870; bur. Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA
                    pos. (of) Hilltown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1820 on tax list
                    pos. (of) Spring Garden, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1820 with wife and 1 dau. under 10 years
                    pos. (of) Northern Liberties Ward 3, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1830, but ages do not match
                    (of) Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1833 taxed for a brickyard
                    (of) Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842
                         1843, 1844, 1845, 1846, 1847, 1848, 1849, 1851, 1852 and 1860 on tax lists
                    NOTE: Other Henrys appearing regularly in Doylestown tax lists from 1833 to 1848 are 
                          William H., Thomas A. and Hugh H.; only William there earlier
                    (of) Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1840
                    (of) Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1850, 1860 and 1870 as a brickmaker
                    NOTE: While no conclusive proof has been found that Jacob was her father, Margaret (Henry)
                          Kelley lived with Jacob's youngest daughter, Wilhelmina in 1870 and with Susannah 
                          (Henry) Bendel, wife of bricklayer Israel Bendel in 1850. 
                    NOTE: Jacob's sons Thomas W., Jacob A. and Peter each became brickmakers. The only other  
                          brickmaker surnamed Henry in Bucks, Montgomery & Philadelphia Counties in 1850 was
                          David Henry; b. abt 1828 @ Ireland; (of) Cedar Ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                          which implies that most brickmakers in the area at that time and surnamed Henry are related.
                5 ? Henry
                        NOTE: Except for Hugh and John Henry in 1811, the only "Henry" brickmaker in Philadelphia 
                              from 1785 to 1835 was Caspar Henry; b. abt 1770; d. 14 Jun 1829
                              m. Elizabeth Wetherstine (abt 1771 to 4 Jul 1834) 
                                   on 30 Aug 1792 @ Old St. Paul's Church, Philadelphia, PA, USA; 
                              (of) Northern Liberties (West), Philadelphia in 1800 with 2 sons b. bet 1791/1800
                                   and 1 dau. b. bet 1791/1800
                              (of) York Road in Philadelphia was a brickmaker in 1802, 1803, 1804, 1805 & 1806
                              (of) York Road near Noble in Philadelphia was a brickmaker in 1807
                              (of) York Road near Noble in Philadelphia was a bricklayer in 1808
                              (of) Philadelphia Locust Ward in 1810 with 3 sons b. bet 1795/1800, 
                                   1 son b. bet 1801/10 and 1 dau. b. bet 1795 and 1800,
                              (of) cor. Locust and Aspen alley in Philadelphia was a brickmaker in 1813 and 1814
                              (of) cor. Locust and Aspen alley in Philadelphia was a brickmaker in 1816 and 1817
                              (of) cor. Locust and Sch. Front in Philadelphia was a grocer in 1818 and 1819
                              (of) Philadelphia Locust Ward in 1820 with 1 son b. bet 1795/1804
                              (of) cor. Locust and Sch. Front in Philadelphia was a grocer in 1820 and 1821
                              (of) cor. Locust and Sch. Front in Philadelphia was a grocer in 1822 and 1824
                              Elizabeth (of) Philadelphia Locust Ward in 1830 with one son's family
                              one of his sons was Samuel Caspar Henry (1797-1882) m. Mary Ann Saunders
                              one of his sons was Robert Henry (1803-1823)
                              other children were 1 dau. and 2 sons all b. bet 1795/1800
                        NOTE: Another possible father was George Henry who m. Hannah Bantleon
                              Will: 28 Aug 1800 (proved) 29 Nov 1800
                                    He was a cordwainer of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia
                                    Listed children: Sophia, William, Rachel, George, Nicholas, Samuel, Joseph, 
                                    Christina and Jacob; Brother-in-law: George Bantleon
                              (of) N. 2nd St. in 1794 as a cordwainer
                              (of) 74 St. John's St. in 1796 as a shoemaker
                              (of) St. John's St. bet Brown St. and Poplar lane in 1797 as a shoemaker
                              (of) St. John's St. in 1798 as a shoemaker
                              (of) Coates St bet. Third and Forth in 1800 as a shoemaker
                              His son Jacob could also be the one b. 1798 and of Germantown in 1850 (below)
                        NOTE: Families in Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties with sons b. bet 1791/1800 
                                  in the 1800 US Census are:
                              Jesse Henry of Falls, Bucks, PA, USA
                              Peter Henry of Rockhill, Bucks, PA, USA
                              Thomas Henry of Plumstead, Bucks, PA, USA
                              William Henry of Falls, Bucks, PA, USA
                              Adam Henry of Marlborough, Montgomery, PA, USA
                              David Henry of Upper Dublin, Montgomery, PA, USA
                              John Henry of Upper Merion, Montgomery, PA, USA
                              John Henry of Whitemarsh, Montgomery, PA, USA
                              Alexander Henry of Philadelphia North Ward, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Casper Henry of Northern Liberties (West), Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Jacob Henry of Germantown, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              John Henry of Northern Liberties (West), Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Keely Henry of Roxborough, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Peter Henry of Northern Liberties (West), Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Peter Henry of Philadelphia Lower Delaware Ward, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Thomas Henry of Philadelphia North Ward, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              Widow Henry of Northern Liberties (West), Philadelphia, PA, USA
                              William Henry of Philadelphia Walnut Ward, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                    6.41 ? Henry
                    6.42 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.43 ?
                    6.44 + ?
            4 + Margaret Boch; b. abt 1809 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
                    (location from dau. Margaret's death cert.)
                    (of) Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA in 1840, 1850, 1860 and 1870
                    bur. Doylestown, Bucks, PA, USA
                    NOTE: Margaret (Henry) Kelley's death certificate lists Margaret Boch as her mother and no father
                          Her brother Peter's death certificate lists Margaret Bauch as his mother and Jacob Henry 
                              as his father
                          Her sister Sarah's death certificate lists Margaret Watkins as her mother and Jacob Henry 
                              as her father
                    NOTE: This name discrepancy suggests that either later generations were not clear or that there 
                          was more than one Jacob Henry who married a Margaret. Other Candidates include 
                              1) Jacob, b. 1790 @ Germany and of Blockley, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850
                              2) Jacob, b. 1798 @ PA, USA and of Germantown, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1850
                              3) Jacob, b. 1803 and of Bedminster, Bucks, PA, USA in 1850, 
                5 ? Boch
                    6.45 + ? Boch
                    6.46 ?
                5 + ?
                    6.47 + ?
                    6.48 ?
    2 + Wilhelmina Master(s); b. 7 Aug 1860 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
          d. 5 Apr 1938 @ 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA
          bap. 19 Apr 1868 @ Church of the Beloved Disciple/Church of the Ascension (Episcopal),
               Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
          (of) 1050 East Dauphin St (District 61, Ward 19), Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870
          (of) Moravian Seminary for Young Ladies, Bethlehem, PA, USA in 1874
          (of) Norwood, Delaware, PA, USA on 26 Mar 1884 (marriage)
          m. 26 Mar 1884 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA by Rev. J. J. Muir
          (of) Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1900
          (of) 800 Madison Ave, Prospect Park, Delaware, PA, USA in 1910, 1920 & 1930
          bur. 7 Apr 1938 @ Odd Fellows Cemetery, 22nd & Diamond, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
          Reinterred: 1951, Lawnview Cemetary, Susquehanna Lawn, Philadelphia, PA (family source)
          prob. actually bur. Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery, PA, USA
        3 John W. Master(s); b. abt 1825/29 @ PA, USA; d. bet 1872/74
              (of) 803 Yost, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1859 as a builder
              (of) 1050 East Dauphin St (District 61, Ward 19), Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870 as a huckster
              (of) 1050 East Dauphin St (District 61, Ward 19), Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1871 and 1872
            4 ? Master(s)
                5 ? Master(s)
                    6.49 ? Master(s)
                    6.50 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.51 ?
                    6.52 + ?
            4 + ?
                5 ?
                    6.53 ?
                    6.54 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.55 ?
                    6.56 + ?
        3 + Mary Jane ?; b. abt 1837/38 @ NJ, USA or Ireland; d. 7 Sep 1871 @ Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              1864 deposit in the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society
              (of) 12th & Lombard, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1866 as segar seller
              (of) 422 S 12th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1867 as a tobacconist
              (of) 413 12th, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1868 as buisiness location
              (of) 915 South, Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1868 as "widow" and segar seller
              (of) 1050 East Dauphin St (District 61, Ward 19), Philadelphia, PA, USA in 1870 as a housewife
              (of) 1050 East Dauphin St (District 61, Ward 19), Philadelphia, PA, USA on 7 Sep 1871
              bur. 9/10 Sep 1871 @ J:425:center, Odd Fellows Cemetery, 
                   22nd & Diamond, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, USA
              prob. actually bur. Lawnview Cemetery, Rockledge, Montgomery, PA, USA
            4 ?
                5 ?
                    6.57 ?
                    6.58 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.59 ?
                    6.60 + ?
            4 + ?
                5 ?
                    6.61 ?
                    6.62 + ?
                5 + ?
                    6.63 ?
                    6.64 + ?

REVERSE LIST (generations 6 to Europe):
   

6.01 ? Brogan
6.02 + ?

6.03 ?
6.04 + ?

6.05 Samuel DeHaven (abt 1747 - 1821)
6.06 + Catherine Ramey (? - ?)

6.07 ? Pluck
6.08 + ?

6.09 ? Keen
6.10 + ?

6.11 ?
6.12 + ?

6.13 ?
6.14 + ?

6.15 ?
6.16 + ?

6.17 ? Brooks
6.18 + ?

6.19 ?
6.20 + ?

6.21 ?
6.22 + ?

6.23 ?
6.24 + ?

6.25 ? Prior
6.26 + ?

6.27 ?
6.28 + ?

6.29 ? Williams
6.30 + ?

6.31 ?
6.32 + ?

6.33 ? Kelley
6.34 + ?

6.35 ?
6.36 + ?

6.37 ? Foster
6.38 + ?

6.39 ?
6.40 + ?

6.41 ? Henry
6.42 + ?

6.43 ?
6.44 + ?

6.45 Boch
6.46 + ?

6.47 ?
6.48 + ?

6.49 ? Master(s)
6.50 + ?

6.51 ?
6.52 + ?

6.53 ?
6.54 + ?

6.55 ?
6.56 + ?

6.57 ?
6.58 + ?

6.59 ?
6.60 + ?

6.61 ?
6.62 + ?

6.63 ?
6.64 + ?