They say that there are only six degrees of separation between us all, and it looks like it's true. My grandmother Margaret Kelly of Corglancy had a cousin who was a bishop. John McBride (website details below) became one of South Africa's most distinguished clergymen. and attended my uncle P.J. during his fatal illness. The bishop had a cousin, Mary Phair, and he presided over her wedding to Dublin auctioneer Ronald Cregan. Their daughter, Joanne Mary Cregan (right) was tragically taken in the Twin towers attack of 9/11, aged 32. Please remember her in your prayers.
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It is with great sadness that I report the death of my Uncle, John Kelly. John, who lived in Two Locks, Cwmbran, Gwent, died after a brief illness on the evening of Thurs 9th Sept 2004.
 
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his surviving family and many relatives. Please remember him in your prayers.
 
May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace. AMEN.
johnkelly
In the second tragedy to hit the Kellys in a month, The family were been devastated by the dreadful news that Christopher Dabney died on 9th October 2004, after a long and brave fight against illness. Christopher was the eldest son of David and Margaret Dabney (nee Kelly) of Oxford.
 
May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace. AMEN.
The funeral took place on Saturday 25th June 2005 of Alphie Joe Dineen, a native of Lavally, Ballintogher, arguably Sligo's best known box player. Alphie was my uncle by marriage to my Auntie Mamie.
 
Alphie began playing accordian at the age of three and won his first competition in Feis Shligigh when he was seven years old.
 
May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace. AMEN.
johnkelly