The first Ottawa house at 834 Congress Street that Henry and Molly owned before building the larger home "Eastwood" on Pearl Street, which is no longer standing (below). Thanks to the current resident of this house, Randy Brewer, who found us online and sent along this photo - 9/1/09.
"Eastwood," Henry's home in Ottawa.
Close-up of Henry in 1919 on his Eastwood steps. The photo below was taken after Harry returned from World War I with his son Emmett in uniform, his father Martin and Harry.
St. Columba's Church in Ottawa (today) where 7 of Henry's children were baptised. Harry and Marie were baptised in St. Patrick's parish in nearby LaSalle.
Henry in 1932 at a picnic with Harry and Emmett's families.
In 1923, Henry and his family moved to 2465 Chicago Blvd., Detroit (2005 Photo). Harry's family also resided there after Henry and Mollie.
Henry on Mackinac Island during his son Harry's term as Governor (circa 1944).
Henry and Mollie's graves at Holy Sepulchre Cemetary in Southfield, Michigan. To the right of Mollie's grave lie Harry and Anne. To Henry's left lies Olga Kelly, Larry's first wife. Also buried in the family plot are Harry's son Roger, Laura and Leon Walsh and their son James.
Holy Sepulchre Cemetary, Southfield, Michigan
Henry purchased a family plot in Ottawa, Illinois but Melville is the only Kelly buried there. After the family moved to Detroit in 1923, he donated the plot to the church and it was set aside for nuns from an area convent.