The following are my husband’s ancestors. I am adding this to the Kellow forum in hopes that someone will have additional information to share.
Robert Kellow (b@1806 Cornwall d@1848 Camelford) married Mary ?? (b@1801 Davidstow)
William (b@1826 St. Teath)
Moses (b@1828 St. Teath)
Jane (b@1831 St Teath d 1897 buried at Hagerman Methodist Cemetery, Markham twp York co (just north of Toronto) m ? John Webber (b 1827 Devonshire d 1904 buried in same cemetery as Jane)
James (b@1834 St Teath d 1896@Delabole) m Sept 13, 1879 to Harriet Louisa Mansell
Robert Kellow (b@1836 St Teath,d@1914@Pen Argyl, Penn) m Elizabeth ?? (b@1835,d@1893 Pen Argyl,Penn) – (I have a picture showing them with one child but no additional information assume child died as estate went to his nephew James’ children) – in 1910 census Robert is living with nephew John C Kellow and his wife Margaret Kellow at Penn Argyl Ward 2, Northhampton, Penn. This census shows his immigration as 1857. I have a letter dated 1910 from Margaret to Robert’s nephew Robert TM Kellow in which she mentions that Will would like to live with them but Robert will not agree.
James Kellow & Harriet are my husband’s great grandparents
Their children are as follows:
Sydney James Mansell Kellow (b@ 188?, baptized at Port Isaac Chapel) – likely did not marry and no children as letters support that he had a mental problem
Alfred William Mansell Kellow (b@1881 Rockhead d 1956 Victoria,BC Can) m 1904 to Jessie McNie (b@Brighton,Eng d 1956 Victoria, BC Can)
Robert Thomas Mansell Kellow (b@1882 Delabole) baptized at Port Isaac Chapel (d Oct 30, 1917) – in 1901 census living with uncle William H Ball and aunt Alice J Ball at Wandsworth , letters dated 1907 – 1910 have him living in Winnipeg, Man, Can.
Alfred W M Kellow and Jessie are my husband’s grandparents. At the time of their death in 1956 there are eight of their children who are living. Most of them are in Victoria, BC Canada.
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