My great great grandfather Patrick Clarke (who married Louisa Salter) had three brothers and three sisters. One of his sister's names was Johanna Clarke, who married Edward William Kellaway. One of their children was SARAH ELLEN KELLAWAY, called Nellie.
Another of Patrick's sisters was Ellen Clarke who married Stephen Tamo. One of their daughters was ALICE OLIVE TAMO.
So Nellie Kellaway and Alice Tamo are first cousins. My great grandmother (Gran) is another first cousin of theirs.
I found the marriage of Nellie Kellaway to a FREDERICK GEORGE ANDREWS in 1909. Electoral Rolls describe Fred's occupation as being a Railway employee. Unfortunately in 1915 at the age of 27, Nellie died, leaving behind Fred and four small children. Fred describes her death as being "a patient sufferer at rest", and thanks are given to the doctor in the Williamstown Advertiser.
I discovered Nellie's burial in 1915 in the Williamstown Cemetery and Fred's burial there 42 years later in 1957.
Later on in my search I found the marriage of Alice Tamo to FREDERICK GEORGE ANDREWS in 1917. I must admit it took me a while to twig that Alice had married her cousin's widower, and I guess she must have taken on the raising of her four small cousins once removed too. A look at the Electoral Rolls at this time seems to confirm it - this Fred Andrews is also a Railway employee.
Alice dies in 1961, and is cremated and buried in Altona.
I don't know if Fred and Alice had children as the historical birth index stops at 1914. But I do hope they were happy, raising Nellie's children and spending the next 40 years together.
Memorial article: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87747977
Death Notices: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article69981179