HEWITT AND ALICE MAY KELLS OF 23 McCONNELL ST, KENSINGTON, MELBOURNE, VIC., AUST.
MY NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOUR WAS ALICE MAY KELLS, A WIDOW.
I mentioned in a post about Russell Horsburgh that old Mrs Kells lived between my place (No.25) and Russell's (No.21). She'd been a widow for about eight years when we arrived.
KELLS. — On June 20, at 23 McConnell street. Kensington, Hewitt, dearly loved husband of Alice May Kells, loved father of Will, Catherine, Alice (deceased), Hannah (deceased). Alice, Hewitt (deceased*). Henry, Ellen, and Herman, aged 79 years. (P.2, Argus, 22-6-1945.)
KELLS Hewitt, Death
mother: Catherine nee POWER
father: KELLS Hewitt
place of birth: GEELONG
place of death: KENSINGTON
79, 1945, 5832/1945
Mrs Kells' house was demolished not long after our arrival, possibly soon after her death in 1956. No wonder that she was so friendly; she'd grown up in the country.
KELLS Alice May, Death
mother: Hannah nee FOSTER, father: KREECK Henry
place of birth:TUNGAMAH
place of death: PARKVILLE
83, 1956, 5223/1956
KELLS-On May 13, at Royal Melbourne Hospital, Alice May. of 23 McConnell street, Kensington, beloved wife of the late Hewitt Kells, and loving mother of William, Catherine, Hannah (deceased), Alice (deceased), Alice, Hewitt (deceased), Harry, Nellie, and Herman, and mother-in-law of Lily, Bill, Ossie, Ralph, and Iris, aged 83 years. -A patient sufferer at rest.
KELLS.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. ALICE MAY KELLS will leave her residence, 23 McConnell street, Kensington, TOMORROW (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.( both on P.10, Argus, 14-5-1956.)
KELLS Hewitt, Marriage, KREECK, Alice May
There was no marriage notice.
*Hewitt Jnr's death.
Hewitt Kells, aged 22 years, builder's labourer, of Racecourse road, Newmarket, who fell 15ft from a wall at the Vacuum Oil Company's premises,Yarraville, on Monday morning. died in the Melbourne hospital yesterday from head and internal injuries. (P.24, Argus, 13-6-1928.)
on 2020-05-29 15:04:50
Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.