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Lucinda Keeling
Posted by: Ginny Sayre (ID *****3933) Date: October 15, 2012 at 00:35:25
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I'm looking for information on Lucinda Keeling (b. circa 1804-1812 in Washington County, Kentucky). I've taken part in AncestryDNA and have two matches that look promising in connecting Lucinda to the Washington County, Keelings. As far as I know, no connection has been made.

One of my matches is estimated as a 4-6th cousin who is a descendant of Mary Nancy Keeling b. 1806 in Washington County who married Thomas Fowler b. 4 Oct 1802 in Washington County. According to this thread (http://genforum.genealogy.com/keeling/messages/198.html), Thomas Fowler is also a Keeling descendant. No parents for Mary either way. Thomas' father married again to Mary Polly Parrish who is a descendant of Abraham Parrish who may just be my James Parrish' father. Whatever the case, the Fowler/Keeling/Parrish families seem to be quite intertwined.

The other match is predicted as a 5-8th cousin and is a descendant of Benjamin Keeling (same as highlighted in the thread above) through son James Louis Keeling b. 1770 and grandson Richard Keeling who married Mary Polly Fowler.

Would also love to get in touch with my second cousin, Beverly Schubert, who pre-dates me in researching this family. Haven't had any luck getting in contact with her.


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