One thought on “20th Anniversary of Rev. Llewellyn N. Caley at Church of St. Jude and the Nativity (1913)

  1. Bill Killpatrick

    The internet is remarkable. Here I was looking for information about my great-grandfather’s ancestry. He was born in Wales, married and moved to Tunbridge Wells, England. His first wife died in childbirth. At the time (early 1890s), British Common Law forbade a man from marrying his sister-in-law which is precisely what the Reverend Lewellyn N. Caley wished to do. So he and Ella Kathleen Walker moved to the United States, got married and moved to America, ultimately winding up at St. Jude’s and the Nativity Church. My grandmother, great aunt and uncles all grew up in the rectory. Truly amazing to come across a tidbit like this.


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