Person:Asa Killey (1)

m. 3 Mar 1753
  1. Asa Killey1782 - 1857
m. 23 Feb 1804
Facts and Events
Name[3] Asa Killey
Gender Male
Birth[1][3] 7 Feb 1782 Sandwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 23 Feb 1804 Harwich, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United Statesto Hannah Killey
Death[2] 13 May 1857 Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Kelley, Louise H., and Dorothy Straw. Vital Records, Town of Harwich, Massachusetts, 1694-1850. (Harwich, Massachusetts: Harwich Historical Society, 1982)
    p. 305.

    Asa Killey Son of Jerimiah Killey and his wife Temperance was born in Sandwich the 7th day of Febuary 7th 1782

  2. Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915

    Deaths registered in the Town of Dennis for the year 1857.
    No.: 61
    Date of Death: may 13 [1857]
    Name: Asa Kelley
    Age: 73 [birth about 1784]
    Place of Death: Dennis
    Cause: Consumption
    Sex and Codnition: M.
    OCcupation: Seaman
    Place of Birth: Dennis
    Parents: Jeremiah & --- Kelley

  3. 3.0 3.1 Randall, Eunice Kelley Gidley. David O'Killia the immigrant of Old Yarmouth, Massachusetts with his descendants and allied families, 1652-1962. (Dartmouth, Massachusetts: E.K.G. Randall, 1962)
    p. 39.

    Jeremiah [child of Jeremiah O'Killey and Temperance Downs] born February 25, 1782 in Sandwich [Barnstable County, Massachusetts].
    [Note: It appears the entry on p. 39 is a typo, misnaming the son. The son Jeremiah5, s/o Jeremiah4, should be covered on p. 69, between the children of Joseph4 and Hattil4, but no children of this couple are found there. Page 132 says that Hannah Kelley m. Asa Kelley, s/o Jeremiah and Temperance Downs, b. 25 Feb 1782, i.e., the exact same attributes given to Jeremiah on p. 39. Further note: the birth given disagrees with the Harwich records for Asa, though retaining the "in Sandwich" part. There is a birth record in Sandwich VRs for a Jeremiah b. 23 [not 25] Mar 1782, but the parents given are Jeremiah and "Silfah", so it appears to be a different person in a different family (see p. 64 of Randall).]