In June 1704, the city council agreed with him to quarter ten soldiers in his house at three shillings and nine pence each per week. The next year, he was fined fifteen shillings for not paving in front of his house. In 1711, he gave up some of his land for the "Queen's Highway" by moving his fence.
Between 1708 and 1716, he wtnessed several baptisms at the Albany Dutch church. One of his partners was "Margariet Killy."
After that, the name of Daniel Kelly has not been encountered in the Albany record.
Sources: The life of Daniel Kelly has not been accorded a CAP biography number. A name so obviously exotic has proved to have been spelled with many variations in the community record. This sketch is derived chiefly from community-based resources.
first posted: 4/10/07