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Re: Mary Skinner Keall of British Isles.
Posted by: Christine Mitchell (ID *****6544) Date: December 18, 2003 at 12:06:57
In Reply to: Re: Mary Skinner Keall of British Isles. by keith Sangster of 20

Hi Keith,
I have quite alot of information re the Keall Family and I also have a photocopy of Mary Skinner Keall's marriage to John Bynon, as well as some copies of marriages of her siblings if you would like copies.
I have contacted my friend and if they can help they will contact you via the messageboard ok?
Mary Skinner Keall's parents, William and Hannah came from Devon, he came from Ilfracombe and she came from Devonport, according to the 1851 census. They had several children -
William Skinner Keall, date and place of birth unknown.
Mary Skinner Keall, born 16/9/1809 Stoke Demerell,Devon, christ 8/12/1811 at Castle Green Independant, Bristol.
Hannah Lawn Keall, born 4/7/1812, Ilfracombe, christ 4/6/1816 in Ilfracombe.
John Powell Keall, born 4/6/1814, christ 12/12/1815 at Penn Street Tabernacle, Bristol.
Powell Skinner Keall, christ 30/11/1817 at Portland Chapel, Westbury-on-Trym.
Joseph Skinner Keall, christ 3/9/1820 at Portland Chapel.
Samuel Skinner Keall, born 11/3/1824, christ6/4/1824 at Portland Chapel.
Hannah Skinner Keall, born 7/7/1825, christ 8/8/1825 at Portland Chapel.

Hannah Lawn Keall was buried on 13/1/1817 aged 4yrs 4mths in Bristol.
Samuel Skinner Keall was buried 7/5/1824 aged 7wks in Bristol.

Let me know if you want copies of the marriages etc and I will send them on, and if I can help with more information, I will be glad to do so.
best wishes

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