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Catherine was correct about there being several Martha Keele's. I do have a Marriage Liscence entry from Pettis County for a William J. Warren and a Martha A Keele dated Sept. 24, 1868. If this is the wrong Keele and Warren marriage, then they must have been married in Tenn. My mother is a great-granddaughter of William Henry and Lucinda Vandegriff Keele, and from what I have been able to piece together, the family moved from Tenn. about 1857, and settled in Southwest Mo., in McDonald Co. They did not move to Sedalia until right after the Civil War. My Grandfather, Linza Keele, was the pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, and is burried there. According to what records I have found, Martha is not buried there.