Pamphlet in Memory of Stillman Francis Kelley
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James L. Paine
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SubjectPamphlet; Obituary; Stillman Francis Kelley; James L. Paine; Cambridge Club; Maritime history; Civil War; Captain Stillman Kelley; Captain Nathan Sears; Village Store; Fishing vessels; Coal; Lumber; Newfoudland; Cape Hatteras; Charles E. Moody & Co.; I. O. Whiting; Boston Molasses Company; Mr. Edwin Mellen; Curtis, Davis & Co.; Lever Brothers; Liverpool; General Bancroft; Cambridge Water Board; Hon. O. H. Durrell; Young Men's Christian Association; Cambridge School of Nursing; Cambridge Hospital; Chloe Crowell Sears; Stillman Randolph Kelley; Edmund Sears Kelley
Pamphlet and/or Obituary in memory of Stillman Francis Kelley. He was born to Captain Stillman Kelley (February 28, 1851) and worked in their village store until he began his own enterprises working in Boston. He married Chloe Crowell Sears (died 1926) daughter of Captain Nathan Sears. Together they had two sons; the elder, Stillman Randolph Kelley, died in 1911 and the younger son, Edmund Sears Kelley, resided in East Dennis and belonged to the Cambridge Club as well. Stillman Francis Kelley died on March 27, 1931. The obituary was written by James L. Paine of the Cambridge Club in April, 1931 and describes a brief history of Stillman Francis Kelley's life and achievments. From Group 1 of the Henry Homer Sears Estate Albums.
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