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Marriages Performed by H.J. Grasett, Asst. Min.
14 August, 1838, by license, William Conway KEELE, of the city of Toronto, and Mary CLEAVER, of the same place, spinster. Witnesses, Henry James CASTLE, Anne SUTHERLAND, Sophia Matilda CASTLE, Martha PATRICK.
Mr. W. C. Keele was a provincial solicitor and the author of more than one legal handbook. He lived in the Toronto township, west of the city, where Toronto Junction now is. Keele street in the Junction is named after him.