Mini-Biographies – Keelings

Knowing who was where and when … is a start in the right direction to connecting with kin.

Captain William Keeling and The Red Dragon

Captain William Keeling and The Red Dragon The ‘Red Dragon‘ … built in 1595 … commanded by Captain William Keeling in 1607 … the ship’s name was originally ‘Mare Scourge’ (Scourge of the Seas) … and it was indeed a ship to be feared with its 38 cannons aboard … Captain William Keeling (1577 –

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Keeling Replaced as Administrator of Capt Thomas Gouldman Estate, 1687

Capt Thomas Gouldman Estate, 1687, Keeling Replaced as Administrator June 1st, 1687 — The Old Rappahanock Court ordered Mary Warriner Keeling, widow of Edward Keeling to deliver every scrap of paper as they belong to the estate of Captain Thomas Gouldman: “…make true discovery and deliver up … all & every such papers bills & accts…”.

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Keeling Tree Chaos – William Tyler Keeling, c1710-1820

Keeling Tree Chaos – William Tyler Keeling, c1710-1820 KEELING TREE CHAOS — Parents, wives and any children of William Tyler Keeling, c1710-1820, appear to be unconfirmable.  While I believe that he descends from the Princess Anne, Virginia, Keelings there is no documentary evidence for that, and genealogy trees for him are so contradictory and lacking

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Keelings Arriving in Americas

Keelings Arriving in Americas The following Keelings arrived in North America or the Caribbean before 1700. If you have information on specific individuals then please share. LWT = Last Will and Testament Year Name ArrivedWhere Ship 1628 Thomas Keeling Virginia “Hopewell”   This Thomas Keeling would arrive (probably) at Jamestown, and by Nov 1628 claim

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To find his, he collects and shares what he finds. His Pokemon strategy is to collect them all while finding his.

Bill Golden