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"The Keelings of Staffordshire, England"

Updated September 5, 2000

malcolm david keeling
9 warstones crescent
penn
wolverhampton, west midlands wv4 4lq
Great Britain-England
01902 653183
keeling@tinyworld.co.uk

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I am currently researching my family tree Keeling. we originate in and around the town of Rugely, Staffordshire.However I have come to something of an hiatus, John Keeling b1756-d1828 married to Hannah Bloore b1759-d1836 are the last ancestors I have solid info on. I beleive Johns parents were probably a John Keeling and an Ann Broom but I can not make it more than a probable. If anyone out there has or wants any info please get in touch.
I am also researching the Pennell family, also from the Rugely area.(We obviously didnt get out much.)In this branch of the family I have info back to John Pennell who died in 1596 (A much wealthier, better connected branch of the family!).
Other areas of interest are the Wellingtons of Monmouthshire and Jones's of Fishguard.

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    The Keeling and Pennell family tree contains my direct lineage back to John Keeling and his wife Hannah Bloore of Rugely and Ilam in the 1750's and to John Pennell who died in Rugely in 1596.It also contains a little on my maternal families ,the Wellingtons of Monmouthshire and the Jones's of Fishguard.
 
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