MALACHY KELLY, farmer, Sec. 16; P.O. Oregon; born Jan. 15, 1835, in the parish of Moore, County Roscommon, Ireland; came to America in 1852; learned the currier’s trade in Salem, Mass., and in 1855 went via the isthmus to California; spent four years in the gold mines of Butte Co.;
William T. Kelley
WILLIAM T. KELLEY, who is recognized as one of the progressive young farmers of the town of Oregon, where he was born and has claimed a residence during the greater part of his life, is the eldest of a family of four children born to Warren S. and Jane E. (Griffith) Kelly, former residents of Dane county. The father was a native of the state of New York and the mother was born in Dane county, Wis.