Dec 12, 1888: A fire broke out in Deputy Warden KEEFE”S quarter in the Doncaster, N. S. penitentiary, and the deputy warden was suffocated.
Jan 11, 1889: Dr. J. W. Haines, a Quaker minister and a relative of Hopkins, conducted the services. …M. J. O’KEEFE and Dr. J. W. Haines acted as pall bearers. …Messrs O’KEEFE and Nelson are sons-in-law of the dead bank official.
May 18, 1899: Three Young Admirals: Norfolk, May 18—Mrs. John O’KEEFE, wife of a sign artist of this city, has presented her husband with three sons. The father named them Dewey, Sampson and Schley in honor of the three naval heroes of the late war. The mother and the three young rear admirals are progressing nicely. (?In Virginia?)
Aug 22, 1899: The School board met last night and transacted routine business…The Finance Committee approved the following bills which were ordered paid: …J. D. KEEFE, $42.15.
Sept 20, 1898: Miss Matilda Mahon has returned from Fremont, after a very pleasant visit of two months with her sister, Mrs. Maurice KEEFE, 1224 Croghan street.
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