|(1818 - 1876)
|George John James Keeling|
|Born 22/05/1853 in Weeke, Winchester, Hampshire [freebmd] [igi]|
|Baptised 13/07/1853 in the Saint Thomas, Winchester, Hampshire [igi]|
|Died 04/03/1902 in Bournemouth, Hampshire [freebmd]|
|Emily Bolt (1852)|
| 29/02/1880 in the Holy Trinity, Southampton, Hampshire [freebmd] [igi]|
|Emma Kate Keeling (1848)|
|Elizabeth Alice Keeling (1852)|
|Alfred Keeling (1855)|
|William Frederic Keeling (1857)|
|Albert Keeling (1863 - 1863)|
|George Albert H. Keeling (1880)|
|Archibald Albert Keeling (1881)|
|Emily Kate Keeling (1884 - 1957)|
|William Ernest Keeling (1885 - 1938)|
|Elsie Alice Keeling (1887)|
|Douglas Harry Keeling (1889 - 1931)|
|Leslie Alfred Stanley Keeling (1891)|
The 1861 census says that, at the age of 7, he was living with his family at
the Jolly Farmer inn, in Winchester.
The 1891 census says that he was living with his family at
135 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, and working as a grocer's assistant.
The 1901 census says that he was living with his family at 15 Lytton Road,
Bournemouth, and working at home as a yeast agent.
Unfortunately, I cannot read his profession as listed on his son,
William Ernest Keeling's marriage certificate.