|George John James Keeling
|(1853 - 1902)
|William Ernest Keeling|
|Born c12/1885 in Bournemouth, Hampshire [freebmd]|
|Died 21/12/1938 in West Middlesex Hospital|
|Dorothy Ellen Roberts-Purchase (1894 - c1985)|
| 14/06/1919 in Parish Church of St. Augustin, Bournemouth, Dorset [freebmd]|
|George Albert H. Keeling (1880)|
|Archibald Albert Keeling (1881)|
|Emily Kate Keeling (1884 - 1957)|
|Elsie Alice Keeling (1887)|
|Douglas Harry Keeling (1889 - 1931)|
|Leslie Alfred Stanley Keeling (1891)|
|Dorothy Joyce Keeling (1921)|
|(Jim) Richard Ernest Keeling (1933 - 1990)|
The 1891 census says that, at the age of 5, he was living with his family at
135 Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth.
The 1901 census says that he was living with his family at 15 Lytton Road,
Bournemouth, and working as a telegraph messenger.
The 1911 census says that he was living with his family at 15 Lytton Road,
Bournemouth, and working as a postman.
Confidential tells me that he worked with carrier pigeons during the war.
At the time of his marriage, in 1919, he was a soldier and living at 96
Eastcliff Road, Bournemouth.
I have a photo of him around this time where he appears to be wearing a
At the time of his son (Jim) Richard Ernest Keeling's birth, he was working as a Post
Office inspector and living at 49 Sunnycroft Road, Hounslow.
At the time of his death, he was living
at 89 Bulstrode Avenue, Hounslow.
Was buried on 28/12/1938 in Heston Churchyard, Hounslow.