White / Chartrand Family Tree

William Morrison Jelly

Additional Names

Additional Names Name
Nickname Morris

Parents

Father Date of Birth Mother Date of Birth
William John Jelly 1863-09-21 Mary Jane Morrison 1865

Person Chart

Partners

Partner Date of Birth Children
Annie Lousie Lindsey ABT 1911 Catherine Jelly
Lois Jelly
Mary Jelly
Morris Lindsey Jelly

Person Events

Event Type Date Place Description
Birth 1908-09-29 Melanthon, Ontario, Canada
Death 1997-08-26 Shelburne, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada

Notes

At the Shelburne Residence on Tuesday, August 26, 1997 in his 89th year. Dearly loved husband of Annie (nee Lindsey). Much loved father of Lindsey and his wife Mary Jelly of Orangeville, Mary and her husband John Dods of Toronto. Lois and her husband James Potts of London and Catherine and her husband John Kelly of Switzerland.

Provider:
AR-3122 F Yearbook, Shelburne High School, 1927
Source Type:
Book Excerpt
Contents:
AR-3122F SHELBURNE HIGH SCHOOL YEAR BOOK 1927 OUR GRADUATES
WM. MORRIS JELLY. Time, the thief has taken from our midst a companion genial and friendly. An active participant in school activities, we deeply feel his absence. Every affair would find Morris a willing volunteer and co-operator. With ample talent he very capably portrayed the character of the constable in the Commencement play of 1925. Scholastic, athletic and social activities found him always among the foremost.
Morris was born on Sept. 29, 1908, in Melancthon township, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jelly. In 1923, having completed his Public School, where he obtained his Normal Entrance certificate and Senior Matriculation Eng. Composition, with very creditable marks. He is now residing at home, but intends next year to attend the Ontario Agricultural College at Guelph, to pursue a course in experimental farming.
Wherever he may go, in whatever sphere of life he may be , whatever he may do, we fell confident that he shall carry with him the banner of success. We extend to him our sincerest wishes for the best, that which a true friend deserves:

“A smile for one of mean degree,
A courteous bow for one of high;
So modulated both that each
Saw friendship in his eye.”