Aaron J. Kelemencky1

M, b. 22 October 1983, d. 16 February 2013
Aaron Kelemencky
           Aaron J. Kelemencky was born on 22 October 1983 at Derby, Connecticut..2 He was employed by PC Auto Service as an auto mechanic.3
     Aaron J. Kelemencky died on 16 February 2013 at at home, Woodbury, Connecticut, at age 29.1
     According to his obituary, Aaron was charming and witty and had a great sense of humor. He had a stubborn streak and was very independent. He enjoyed snowmobiling and go cart racing.1
     Aaron J. Kelemencky was buried on 22 February 2013 at Woodbury, Connecticut.4

Citations

  1. [S1301] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 19, 2013, Page 4B.
  2. [S1301] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 19, 2013, Page 4B, shows birthdate as Oct. 22, 1983 and birthplace as Derby.
  3. [S1301] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 19, 2013, Page 4B, shows place of employment.
  4. [S1301] The Waterbury Republican-American, February 19, 2013, Page 4B, shows calling hours for Friday, Feb. 22.

Ellen Elizabeth Flick1

F, b. 21 September 1914, d. 30 July 1978
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           Ellen Elizabeth Flick was born on 21 September 1914 at Baltimore, Maryland..2 She was educated at Chestertown, Maryland, receiving a Bachelor's of Education from Washington College.2 She was a Math and Latin teacher at Baltimore Girls' School between 1925 and 1935 at Baltimore, Maryland.2
     Ellen Elizabeth Flick married Bartholomew Raymond Healey, son of Bartholomew J. Healy and Catherine Healy, on 17 September 1938 at St. Ann's Church, Baltimore, Maryland.1
     Ellen Elizabeth Flick died on 30 July 1978 at Jamaica, New York, at age 63 of a heart attack.2 She was buried on 3 August 1978 at Pinelawn Cemetery, Long Island, New York.2

Family

Bartholomew Raymond Healey b. 22 Jun 1908, d. 21 May 1970
Child

Citations

  1. [S1446] Bartholomew Healy Baptismal Record: There is a note added to the baptism record which states: "Married Ellen Flick, St. Ann's Church, Baltimore, Md-Sept. 17, 1938", 5 July 1908, Saint Francis Xavier Church.
  2. [S372] Questionnaire, John Bartholomew Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 1998.
  3. [S399] Questionnaire, John Bartholomew Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 1998.
  4. [S400] Certificate, John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marion Gelfer marriage of 11 February, 1966.

John Bartholomew Healey1,2,3

M, b. 22 September 1939, d. 29 March 2008
FatherBartholomew Raymond Healey1,3,4 b. 22 Jun 1908, d. 21 May 1970
MotherEllen Elizabeth Flick1,3,4 b. 21 Sep 1914, d. 30 Jul 1978
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Taryn Lynn Phelan
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           John Bartholomew Healey was born on 22 September 1939 at New York, New York..1,2,5 He also went by the name of Barth.6,5 He was educated between 1952 and 1956 at Regis High School at Manhattan, New York.5 He was educated between 1956 and 1960 graduating with a B.A. in Math from Holy Cross College at Worcester, Massachusetts.3,5 He began his journalsim career as a clerk for the New York Times in 1957 at New York, New York.5 He was working for the aid organization Catholic Relief Services in 1966 at Pakistan.5 He married Natalie Marian Gelfer on 11 February 1966 at Church of the Immaculate Conception, Dacca, Pakistan. (an unknown value.)7,4,8,3,5 John Bartholomew Healey was a journalist in June 1967 at England.7
     John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marian Gelfer resided in June 1967 at 16 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, England.7 John Bartholomew Healey was working for the Wall Street Journal in 1969 at New York, New York.5 He was the bureau chief for the A.P.- Dow Jones News Service of the Wall Street Journal. between 1969 and 1978 at Rome, Italy. Among the stories he covered was the kidnapping of 11 oil ministers during an OPEC meeting in Vienna in December 1975.5 He was staff editor for the New York Times on the business, news, and foreign desks. between 1980 and 2004 at New York, New York.3,9,5 He was an editor for the New York Times who also wrote the newspaper's stamp column. Drawing on his experience as a foreign correspondent and editor, he mixed straight-up news with social and political commentary to explore the world of philately in his column, "Stamps", delving into the use of stamps as tools of political propoganda and public awareness. Among the topics he discussed were anti-Semitism in Nazi Germany, the Chinese adoration of Mao and the reach of American pop culture overseas, as evidence by the "Rocky" stamps released in several African and Caribbean countries. between 1988 and 1993 at New York, New York.5 As of 4 February 1999, the address of John Bartholomew Healey was 86 Bar Beach Rd., Port Washington, New York.10,3 He died on 29 March 2008 at Melville, New York, at age 68 at a hospice. He died from complications from prostate cancer.5

Family

Natalie Marian Gelfer b. 11 Feb 1938, d. 25 May 2003

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
June 196716 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, EnglandJohn Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marian Gelfer resided in June 1967 at 16 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, England.7
4 February 199986 Bar Beach Rd., Port Washington, New YorkAs of 4 February 1999, the address of John Bartholomew Healey was 86 Bar Beach Rd., Port Washington, New York.10,3

Citations

  1. [S372] Questionnaire, John Bartholomew Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 1998.
  2. [S398] John Bartholomew Healey entry, Birth Certificate (30 September 1939).
  3. [S399] Questionnaire, John Bartholomew Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 1998.
  4. [S400] Certificate, John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marion Gelfer marriage of 11 February, 1966.
  5. [S644] The N.Y. Times, 31 March, 2008.
  6. [S109] Personal knowledge.
  7. [S378] Matthew Reuben Bartholomew Healey, Birth Certificate Entry Number 108 (7 June 1967).
  8. [S400] Certificate, John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marion Gelfer marriage of 11 February, 1966, 11 February, 1966.
  9. [S649] The New York Times, 9 June 1996, nytimes.com.
  10. [S336] E-mail, Barth Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 29 January, 1999.

Natalie Marian Gelfer

F, b. 11 February 1938, d. 25 May 2003
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           Natalie Marian Gelfer was born on 11 February 1938 at London, England..1 She also went by the name of Lee.2,1 She was educated at London, United Kingdom, at London PolyTech.1 She married John Bartholomew Healey, son of Bartholomew Raymond Healey and Ellen Elizabeth Flick, on 11 February 1966 at Church of the Immaculate Conception, Dacca, Pakistan. (an unknown value.)3,4,5,1,6
     Natalie Marian Gelfer and John Bartholomew Healey resided in June 1967 at 16 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, England.3 Natalie Marian Gelfer was a writer/editor for the religious news service, the London Observer, the New York Times, and Changemakers.net (a web-zine.)1,7 She died on 25 May 2003 at Czechoslovakia at age 65. She died in her sleep due to an anuerysm. Barth was on sabbatical and working in the Czech Republic for 6 months.8,9,10

Family

John Bartholomew Healey b. 22 Sep 1939, d. 29 Mar 2008

Residence Records

YearLocationDetails
June 196716 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, EnglandNatalie Marian Gelfer and John Bartholomew Healey resided in June 1967 at 16 Falkirk House, Maida Vale, Westminster, England.3

Citations

  1. [S399] Questionnaire, John Bartholomew Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 1998.
  2. [S336] E-mail, Barth Healey to Taryn L. Phelan, 29 January, 1999.
  3. [S378] Matthew Reuben Bartholomew Healey, Birth Certificate Entry Number 108 (7 June 1967).
  4. [S400] Certificate, John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marion Gelfer marriage of 11 February, 1966.
  5. [S400] Certificate, John Bartholomew Healey and Natalie Marion Gelfer marriage of 11 February, 1966, 11 February, 1966.
  6. [S644] The N.Y. Times, 31 March, 2008.
  7. [S649] The New York Times, 9 June 1996, nytimes.com, shows freelance writer.
  8. [S159] Natlie M. Healey, 090-38-0371, Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014,.
  9. [S109] Personal knowledge.
  10. [S644] The N.Y. Times, 31 March, 2008, shows that Mrs. Healey died in 2002.