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Samuel Kelsey

Birth12 Jul 1775 - Alford, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States
Death1 Oct 1841 - Great Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States
MotherSarah Averill
FatherStephen Kelsey

Born in Alford, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States on 12 Jul 1775 to Stephen Kelsey and Sarah Averill. Samuel Kelsey married Elizabeth Betsy Carver and had 9 children. He passed away on 1 Oct 1841 in Great Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.

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Parents

Stephen Kelsey
1736 - 1807
Sarah Averill
1738 - 1831

Spouse(s)

Elizabeth Betsy Carver
1780 - 1860

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Truman Kelsey
1801 - 1869
Milo Kelsey
1808 - 1855
Sarah Averill (Sarah Ann) Kelsey
1799 - 1894
Julius Kelsey
1803 - 1865
Darwin Erasmus Kelsey
1807 - 1871

Wealthy Alzina Kelsey
1812 - 1874
Arsinoe Kelsey
1812 - 1868
Samuel W. Kelsey
1817 - 1868
Enos M Kelsey
1811 - 1880

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