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|Francis Herbert Kellar|
|Birth:|| August 20, 1888|
Manhattan, New York
|Death:|| May 07, 1934|
Mineola, New York
|Father:||Francis August Kellar (1866-?)|
|Mother:||Catherine Gleeson (1869-?)|
|Spouse/Partner:||Anna Elizabeth Lane (1890-1919)|
|Marriage:|| May 25, 1913|
Church of St. Charles
|Children:|| Muriel Catherine Kellar (1923-?)|
|2nd Spouse:||Winifred Agnes Morrissey (1890-1985)|
|2nd Marriage:|| September 19, 1921|
Francis Herbert Kellar (1888-1934) aka Herbert Kellar I; New York Evening Journal; photographer at Knickerbocker Photos (b. August 20, 1888, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA - d. May 07, 1934, Mineola, Nassau County, New York, 11501, USA)
Francis Herbert Kellar was baptized on August 26, 1888 at the Parish of St. Paul the Apostle, in Manhattan, New York City.
Francis Herbert Kellar married Anna Elizabeth Lane (1890-1919) of Ireland on May 25, 1913 at the Church of St. Charles in New York. She was the daughter of Timothy D. Lane (1869-?) and Elizabeth Downey (1865-?) of Ireland.
- Herbert Francis Xavier Kellar (1914-1970), aka Herbert Kellar II, who was born on December 29, 1914 in New York and married Marjorie Freeman
- Anita M. Kellar (1919) who was born in January of 1919 and died April 20, 1919
World War IEdit
Francis Herbert Kellar registered for the draft on June 05, 1917 while living at 127 West 55th Street in Bayonne, New Jersey. He was working as a newspaper photographer at his own studio at 142 Fulton Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York. He was married and had a son. He was tall and had a medium build and had gray eyes.
Death of wifeEdit
Anna Elizabeth Lane died in 1919 possibly from the influenza pandemic. Her death certificate number was "2833".
He married Winifred Agnes Morrissey (1890-1985) on September 19, 1921 at Ascension Church, 221 West 107 Street, Manhattan, New York City, New York.
- Muriel Catherine Kellar (1923-?) who married James Joseph Hagerty
- Grace Kellar who married Stanley Spoor II (1921-1981)
- Alfred Kellar who married Virginia
Mineola, Long IslandEdit
In 1930 they were living at 322 First Street in Mineola, and he was working as a photographer.
He died on May 07, 1934 in Mineola, Nassau County, New York of "subacute endocarditis, caused by rheumatic fever".
His obituary appeared in the May 07, 1934 New York Times.
Francis Herbert Kellar (1888-1934) is the great-grandfather of Rebekah Wilson from Boston, Massachusetts. He is the great-great-grandfather of Edie Grace Wilson from Boston, Massachusetts.