Wednesday, 13 April 2016
The eleventh step in my A-Z of quirky ancestor antics - K is for Kennealy and Kelly
Just a short blog for today.
One of her closest childhood friends in the early 1900s was Mary KELLY who is related to my maternal grandmother's family. Mary also lived in the Drummoyne.
Little did Ellen and Mary know that they would become relatives through the marriage of their descendants.
It's a small world. Genealogically-speaking, it seems to be getting smaller and smaller.