I don't believe this is my ancestor. My Keogh ancestor lived and gave birth to her five children in England. I don't know if her husband and children went to Canada or emigrated directly from England. The Keoghs are a very large family. I once read a message posted by a Keogh that said if the pinky finger became deformed and turned down (unable to straighten it) that you was related to that individual. Mary Keogh would be my gg-grandmother and yes, I do have the deformed pinky.
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