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Posted by: dana Date: December 25, 2001 at 19:21:40
In Reply to: KEELING-CONRY by Bob Carver of 1246

This is my line. I come from Betty "Frances " Keeling and Daniel Conry. He is from Roscommmon, Ireland. She was b. in 1837 and died in 1875. He was b. 1827 and died 1894. They are both buried in Warren ( Red Hill cemetery) in Pelham, TN. ( word of warning, you will be related to everyone in Pelham. Sometimes you'll be related a couple of ways due to marriages. I have yet to go there and not meet relatives. Of course some of my great aunts still live there and we go up for reunions every year.)I connect in through the daughter Eliza Jane Conry that m. Charlie Jacobs. then trough one of her twin daughters, Annie Bridgette Jacobs that m. Daniel Patterson. ( Annie is my great grandmother) tThere are a lot of twins in this line.My grandfather was a twin too. Anyway, back to the Keeling question. It appears that Edmund Keeling and Nancy ? are the parents of Betty "frances" Keeling. After his death Larkin Keeling is the guardian for the younger children. Edmund's parents were Thomas Walke Keeling and Mary E. I hope this helps. Sorry that I rambled so. I don't often find people looking down the Keelin/ Conry line.


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