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  1. McKee Welsh: Birth: 29 AUG 1879 in Kentucky. Death: APR 1965

  2. George Winston Welsh: Birth: 27 NOV 1880 in Kentucky. Death: 9 DEC 1952 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., Missouri

1. Title:   Joseph S.Nelson, 7320-156 St., Edmonton, Alberta T5R 1X3 Canada
2. Title:   1860 Census for Adair Co., Kentucky
3. Title:   1870 Census for Oldham Co., Kentucky
4. Title:   Obituary for James B. Welsh
5. Title:   1880 Census for Boyle Co., Kentucky
6. Title:   1900 Census for Jackson Co., Missouri
7. Title:   Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri, A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference
Page:   p. 435
Author:   Edited by Howard L. Conard, Vol. VI
Publication:   New York, Louisville, St. Louis: The Southern History Company, Haldeman, Conard &Co., Proprietors. 1901
8. Title:   The Division of Health of Missouri, Standard Certificate of Death - George Welsh
9. Title:   Find A Grave - Cemetery Records and Online Memorials - Mary McKee Welsh

a. Note:   Mary had two children.
  A Woman Educator of Kansas City Receives New Honors
  Mrs. J. B. Welsh, 223 West Fifty-third street terrace, who is attending a conference of the general board of education of the Presbyterian church in New York. Her husband, James B. Welsh of the James B. Welsh Realty and Loan Company, received word yesterday Mrs. Welsh had been named one of the six women members of the board, the first women ever elected. Mrs. Welsh is one of Kansas City's widely known educators and church workers. She was born in Kentucky a little more than sixty years ago and was graduated from Centre college, Danville, Ky., and from Western college for women, Oxford, O. Only two women have received degrees from Centre college. Mrs. Welsh was allowed to take the course because her father, John Lapsley McKee, was vice-president of the college. The other woman graduate was the daughter of a professor there. From 1886 to 1903, Mrs. Welsh was president of Western college. She now is a trustee of the college. Mr. Welsh, who came to Kansas City about forty years ago from Danville, Ky., married Mrs. Welsh in Danville eighteen years ago and since then their home has been here. Both have been members of the Second Presbyterian church, Fifty-fifth and Oak streets, since coming here. Mrs. Welsh is a teacher in the Sunday school of the church and an active worker in the missionary society and other activities. In addition, Mrs. Welsh is a member of the board of directors of the Y. W. C. A. here. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.