Descendants of Rev. Albert Charles James KELLOW - Sep 30, 2005
1.Rev. Albert Charles James KELLOW was born on 28 Nov 1886 in Linkinhorne, Cornwall, United Kingdom.He emigrated in 1910 from Cornwall in the United Kingdom to Ellis Island, New York.
There is in the Ellis Island Passenger Records, an Albert Kellow, British subject, who arrived in NY on Feb. 17, 1911.He was 24 years old, unmarried, and rode aboard the St. Louis from Southampton, Southamptonshire, England, UK.He apparently travelled alone; there are no other Kellows on board this ship at this arrival.He was from Devonport, and named his next of kin as mother, E. Kellow of 84 Alexandedr Rd., Ford, Devonport.His destination was Primrose, Nebraska, and his occupation was minister.
First Name: Albert
Last Name: Kellow
Last Place of Residence:
Date of Arrival: February 17, 1911
Age at Arrival: 24y Gender: M Marital Status: U
Ship of Travel: St. Louis
Port of Departure: Southampton
Manifest Line Number: 0022
The St. Louis was built in 1895 by William Cramp & Sons, shipbuilders in Philadelphia, PA.It was 554 feel long, and 63 feet wide, and powered by twin screw, steam engines.Maximum service speed was 19 knots, and carried 320 first class passenters, 220 second class, and 800 third class.
It was built for the America Line and placed in the Southhampton-New York service.The St. Louis was used by the US Navy as a auxiliary cruiser in theSpanish-American war of 1898, and again in 1917 and renamed the USS Louisville.It returned to the the America Line in 1920 and re-named St. Louis.It was damaged by fire while being refitted and was idle from 1920-1924, and finally scrapped at Genoa, IT in 1924.
He registered for the draft on 5 Jun 1917 in Lancaster Co., NE.At registration Rev. Kellow lived with his wife and two children at Rt. 2, Hancock, NE.He stated that he was born Nov. 28, 1886, and was born in Cornwall, England.He had made declaration to become a citizen of the United States.He was a Minister at the Methodist Church, Rt. 2, east of Hancock.He was described as being medium height, slendeer build with blue eyes and black hair.
He appeared in the census on 9 Mar 1920 in Saunders Co., Nebraska.1He died heart attack on 6 Nov 1957 in Ida Grove, Ida County, IA.2
Obituary, The Ida County Pioneer Record, Ida County, IA, Nov. 14, 1957, Page 3
Albert Charles James Kellow, oldest child of Captain John and Elizabeth Kellow, was born in the parish of St. Ive, Cornwall, England, on November 28, 1886.
He emigrated to the United States in 1911 to assume the pastorate of a church in Primrose, Nebraska.Here he was united in marriage on November 8, 1911 to Lena Trenouth, also of Plymouth, England.Four of their five children survive their father; they are Kathrun of Fremont, Nebraska; Karyl, Mrs. John L. Nickel, of Fremont, Nebraska; Elizabeth, Mrs. Charles F. Michels, of West Union, West Virginia; and Dr. Keith V. Kellow of Battle Creek, Iowa.One son, Captain Kenneth Kellow, Army Air Force was killed in action in Rumania on July 28, 1944.Two sisters and two brothers in England, and seven grandchildren also survive.
He was a member of the Presbytery of Sioux City, the Masons, Knights Templar; Abu Bekr Shrine; Order of Eastern Star; and had served as president of the local Lions club.
Following his ordidnation by the Omaha Presbytery, Rev. Kellow served the churches at Winnebago and South Sioux City, Nebraska before assuming the pastorate of the church at Battle Creek, Iowa, where his first public announcement through the local paper was born out by his life here.It read, "I am amont you as one that serveth, and to preach Christ crucified."Here he served a loyal and appreciative people for sixteen years, culminating in the erection of a fine new house of worship within the past year.This was a rewarding and happy experience and he really gave himself happily to the task of unifying the congretation as only his Christian spirit could.
He was looking forward to another year of service in the church he so dealy loved, and was making plans for the first Easter celebration but at 5:30 p.m. on November 6 he suddenly passed away after suffering a severe heart attack, as he was preparing to serve a bereaved family on the day following.
So passed on whose life was wholly dedicated to Christ and His Church.A service to his fellow men as selflass as he could make it.We can truly say:
"Servant of God - well done!Rest from thy loved employ.The task is o'er - the battle's won, Enter thy Master's joy."
According to information received in e-mail from "Keith" at firstname.lastname@example.org on Dec. 15, 2003, Albert's parents were John James Kellow, and Elizabeth Langsford.Albert's siblings were Norman and Carrie.
Rev. Albert Charles James KELLOW and Lena TRENOUTH were married about 1912.They appeared in the census on 10 Apr 1930 in Thurston Co., NE.3Lena TRENOUTH (daughter of John TRENOUTH and Ann O. __________) was born in May 1885 in Devenport, England, United Kingdom.She appeared in the census in 1891 in Civil Parish of Lanivet, Cornwall, UK.4She appeared in the census in 1901 in Devon, Devonport, Stoke, England.5She emigrated on 21 Oct 1911 from Southhampton on the S.S. St. Louis and arrived Ellis Island, NY on Oct. 29, 1911..
Lena was a school teacher, and was described as being 5' 1" tall with light brown hair.She had last resided in Devenport, in England.Her next of kin in England was given as Mr. J. Trenough, 111 Park Ave., Key???, Devenport.
She died in 1979 in Nebraska.Rev. Albert Charles James KELLOW and Lena TRENOUTH had the following children:
i. Kathryn L. KELLOW was born about 1914 in Nebraska.
2 ii. Kenneth Norman KELLOW, born about 1915, Nebraska; married Mary Elizabeth HANNAH, about 1942; died on 28 Jul 1944, Ploesti, Romania.
iii. Karyl Marie KELLOW was born about 1918 in Nebraska.She was residing in Lincoln, NE on 15 Dec 2003
Karyl Marie Kellow Nickel
1724 So. 21st St.
Lincoln, NE 68502-2810
iv. Elizabeth Ann KELLOW was born about 1922 in Nebraska.
v. Keith Vance KELLOW was born on 29 Jan 1924 in Nebraska.He died on 25 Dec 1998 in Ohio.6Prior to his death, Dr. Kellow, DDS, resided at 85 Braun Ave., Belpre, OH 45714-1323
2.Kenneth Norman KELLOW (Albert Charles James-1) was born about 1915 in Nebraska.He served in the USAAF in Europe with the 757th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy), 459th Bombardment Group (Heavy)He died on 28 Jul 1944 in Ploesti, Romania.He was buried on 29 Mar 1950 in Fort Scott National Cemetery, Bourbon Co., KS.7
Kenneth Norman KELLOW and Mary Elizabeth HANNAH were married about 1942.Mary Elizabeth HANNAH was born about 1918 in Niagara Falls, Niagara Co., NY.Kenneth Norman KELLOW and Mary Elizabeth HANNAH had the following children:
i. Kenneth Norman KELLOW Jr. was born about 1945 in Louisiana.
1. United States Federal Census. 1920 Saunders Co., Wahoo Precinct, Village of Ithaca, ED168, sheet 1A; dwelling/family 1; Kellow, Albert J., head, rents home, male, white, age 32, married, emigrated 1910 from England, Methodist Episcopal Clergyman; Lena, wife, female, white, age 34, married, emigrated 1910 from England; Kathryn L., dau., female, white, age 6, single, attends school, born NE, parents born England; Kenneth N., son, male, white, age 4 9/12, born NE, parents born NE; Karyl M., dau., female, white, age 1 8/12, single, born NE, parents born England.
2. Ancestry.com. Ida County Pioneer Record (Ida County, Iowa). [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2003. Original data: Database created from microfilm copies of the newspaper.
3. US Federal Census. 1930 Thurston Co., Winnebago Village, ED-89-16, sheet 7A, Wilson St., dwelling 126, family 127, Kellow, Albert James C., head, rents, $25, No, m, w, 42, m at 23, no, yes, born England, parents born England, Emigrated 1910, not naturalized, speaks English, Clergyman, Presbyterian church; Lena, wife, f, w, age 44, married at 25, no, yes, born England, parents born England, emigrated 1911; Kathryn Lillian, daughter, f, w, 17, s, yes, yes, born NE, parents born England; Kenneth Norman, son, m, w, 15, yes, yes, born NE, parents born England; Sawy Marie, dau., f, w, 11, s, yes, yes, born NE, parents born England; Elizabeth Ann, dau., f, w, 8, s, born NE, parents born England; Keith> Vance, son, m, w, 6, s, born NE, parents born England.
4. Ibid., Page 2, Folio 123. Family 9,Lamorrick,1,John Trenouth,Head,M,41,,Farmer & Merchant,Employer,Liskeard Cornwall, ,,,Ann C Trenouth,Wife,M,,45,,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Annie Trenouth,Dau,,,14,,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Edith E Trenouth,Dau,,,9,Scholar,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Lena Trenouth,Dau,,,5,Scholar,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Effie Trenouth,Dau,,,4,,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Charles H Trenouth,Son,,7,,Scholar,,Lanivet Cornwall, ,,,Henry Trenouth,Father,W,81,,Living On Own Means,,St Neot Cornwall, ,,,Mary Hamley,Ma-Law,W,,75,,,Luxulyan Cornwall, ,,,Ellen Hamley,Sislaw,S,,31,Dressmaker,Neither,Withiel Cornwall, ,,,Steven Ward,Servnt,S,21,,Farm Servant,Employed,Lanivet Cornwall,.
5. United Kingdom Census Collection. Devonport Administrative County, Devonport Civil Parish, Penny Cross Ecclesiastical Parish, County Borough of Devonport, Ward of Municipal Borough of Pennycross, Western or Tavistock Division of Devon, Page 28, Schedule 141, 162d Avenue, 1 inhabited house, John Trenouth, head, married, age 51, occupation Haulier Carm >, own account, born Cornwall, Liskeard; Ann O., wife, married, age 54, dressmaker, own account, at home, born Cornwall, Lanivet >; Charles, son, single, age 18, occulation Haulier Carm >, at home, born Cornwell Lanivet >; Annie, dau., single, age 15; Lena, dau., single, age 15; Effie, dau., single, age 14.
6. The Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is generated from the U.S. Social Security Administration's Death Master File. It contains the records of deceased persons who were assigned Social Security numbers and whose deaths have been reported to the SSA. KEITH V KELLOW29 Jan 1924 25 Dec 1998 (V) 45714 (Belpre, Washington, OH) (none specified) 508-18-2160 Nebraska.
7. Cemetery. Kellow, Kenneth N, d. 07/28/1944, US Army Air Corps, CAPT, Plot: 2 0 1614, bur. 03/29/1950 Fort Scott National Cemetery.Originally, Capt. Kellow was buried at Neuville-En-Condroz Cemetery, Liege, Belgium. His body was returned after the war, and reinterred in it's present resting place.