This is all I could find on John Kelly. Sounds like this one is probably yours. You might find more of an obit in the Daily Oklahoman. You might be able to get a death certificate since we know the death date of July 2, 1935. This didn't give me much to go on but I will keep looking and if you can think of anything I'll try to help in anyway.
I am also sending some Kelley obits that I found don't know if they are related. If you think they are let me know and I will check they out further. Lillian
The Carnegie Herald, Wed., July 3, 1935
John Kelly Dies At Oklahoma City 2nd
John Kelly, well known former blacksmith and resident of Carnegie for the past fifteen years, died Tuesday afternoon at the University hospital. He had been in failing health for a number of years and had spent much time in the hospital. Funeral services were held late Wednesday and interment was made in the Carnegie cemetery.
The Carnegie Herald, Wed. Feb. 13, 1952
Final Rites Are Sunday Afternoon For John Kelley
Services were at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Methodist church for John M. Kelley, 61, a life-long resident of Caddo County. Rev. Brodace Elkins and Rev. Burt Miller conducted the service and burial was in the Carnegie cemetery. Arrangements were under direction of the Pitcher Funeral Home.
Mr. Kelley died early Friday morning in a Chickasha hospital after being seriously ill for two weeks. He had been in failing health the past few years. He united with the Methodist church at an early age and his membership was in the Methodist church in Carnegie.
Born June 12, 1890, in Oklahoma City, he came with his parents to the Indian village of Anadarko in 1892, and after the opening of this county to settlement moved into the community east of Carnegie, and has always made his home in and near Carnegie except for a brief time spent in war work in California.
He was married to Jennie Hazel Young in Fort Cobb Dec. 23, 1914, and to them one daughter was born. Mrs. Kelley died in 1920. He was married to Mrs. Allie Brown Davis Dec. 6, 1922.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Allie Kelley at the home; one daughter, Mrs. J.C. Mapp, Carnegie, and three step-children, Raymond Davis, Carnegie; Mrs. Dave Epps, Fort Worth, and Mrs. Ralph Cowart, Gabbs, Nevada. Mrs. Cowart could not be present for the services.
Also surviving are 14 grandchildren and one great grandson; two brothers, Hugh W. Kelley, Alfalfa, and Fred Kelley, Stinnett, Texas, and a sister, Mrs. Harold Wright, Carnegie.
Among the relatives and friends here from a distance to attend the funeral were: Mr. & Mrs. Fred Kelley, Stinnett; Mr. & Mrs. Dave Epps, Fort Worth; Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Myers, Lubbock, TX; Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Wright, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Bedding and Eugene Wright, Wichita, Kan.; Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Wright, Clinton; Don C. Hudson, Fort Cobb; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Apache; Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Brown, Healdton; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, Elmore City; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Young and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Young, Anadarko; Mrs. Grace Barber, Mrs. Chester Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Houchin, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Rodden, Oklahoma City; Carolyn Epps, Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young and Kenneth Young, Choctaw; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Young, Ponca City; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Young, Blackwell; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kelley, Hobart; Mrs. Leroy Friels and Mrs. Wilfred Johnson, Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Chappelear, Mrs. W.J. Fobes and Mrs. Sallie Epps, Mt View; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Pruet, Memphis, TX; Louis Horn, Hydro; Mr. and Mrs. Gay Truitt, Amber, and Mrs. Carl Graham, Oklahoma City.
The Carnegie Herald, Wed., Jan. 23, 1957
Edward C. Kelley Funeral Services Are Held Sunday
Edward C. Kelley, pioneer resident of the Carnegie community, passed away at his home Friday night after a lengthy illness. He had been critically ill for several weeks.
Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the First Baptist church with Rev. W.F. Crow, pastor, in charge. Rev. Bob Williams, pastor of the Nazarene church, and Rev. Roy Lind, pastor of the Pleasant View Baptist church, assisted. Interment was in the Alfalfa cemetery under the direction of the Pitcher Funeral Home. The Alfalfa IOOF lodge conducted graveside rites.
Mr. Kelley was born December 6, 1875, in Lawrenceburg, Tenn. He grew to manhood in Tennessee and moved with his mother to De Queen, Ark., in 1899. He was married to Miss Mary Lee Smith September 8, 1907, at De Queen. The following year he and his wife moved to the community northwest of Carnegie. In 1913 he and his family moved to the Pleasant View community where he lived until he retired from farming in 1953 and moved to Carnegie.
His wife preceded him in death in 1946 and one daughter, Mary Jane, died in infancy. He was also preceded in death by two grandchildren, Louis and Deborah Steele. He was converted in early manhood and joined the Baptist church at Prairie Lone, northeast of Carnegie. At the time of death, he was a member of the First Baptist church in Carnegie. Mr. Kelley had been a member of the Alfalfa IOOF lodge since shortly after coming to Oklahoma.
Survivors include: five daughters, Mrs. Odessa Steele, Ridgecrest, Calif.; Mrs. Vera Johnson, Mrs. Pearl King and Mrs. Fannie Sue Halsted of Carnegie, and Mrs. Velma Koontz, Los Alamitos, Calif.; two sons, Henry and Otis, both of Carnegie; a niece whom he reared, Mrs. Doshie Davis of Buckeye, Ariz.; 29 grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.