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Keeney Family Genealogy


KFG


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Volume 2 # 8
July 2000

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Edited by
Daniell Lee Keeney


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Editor's note

Hello Everyone ,

This month brings independence day, the Fourth of July, which also happens to be my dad's 77th birthday, so I'll wish him a Happy Birthday.

No one has signed up for the newsletter this last month & no one has sent in any e-mail address changes

Also to let you know in advance come the middle of August I'll be visiting Bill & Carol Keeney in Ireland & won't be returning to the states until the end of the month, so the newsletter for September may be a few days late in being posted, or maybe I can post it from there, if they'll let me use their computer to do so.

When I get back I'll be posting pictures of some of the places we go to and of the Keeney's we meet over there.

~Dan

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From the inbox.....

From: Marie C. Schroeder     mcschroeder@willmar.com

Date: Friday, June 16, 2000 21:54

Subject: KEENEY, KS, IA

Hello. 

Please, do you have any family ancestry information for an Albert L. KEENEY, born Laceyville, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania on 29 October 1852?  He was married twice, first to Mary Ella FUNNELL in Pawnee Rock, Pawnee County, Kansas, second to Ida M. MARSH in Tama Co., IA.  He died 14 March 1915, and is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery, Montour, IA.  He is indirectly connected to my SNOW family, as a husband of my gr-grandfather's step granddaughter.  Thanks.  Marie


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Descendants of 

This came from a family database on the site.

Database owned by  Sharon Galitz

3 Generations of the

Descendants of William Keeney

Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM1 KEENEY was born September 30, 1799 in NY, and died December 20, 1849 in Crete, Will, IL. He married CLARISSA D. DAVIS June 24, 1821 in E Hartford, Hartford, CT. She was born October 16, 1801 in Vernon, Tolland, CT, and died February 14, 1843 in Crete, Will, IL.

Notes for WILLIAM KEENEY:

!BIRTH-SPOUSE-DEATH: Tombstone data gives death date and age (birthdate

calculated from tombstone). Crete cemetery, corner of Exchange St. and

Vincennes Ave., Crete, Will Co., IL. Also listed in reading of Crete Cemetery

(1978) p. 6. South Suburban Gen. & Hist. Soc. Early Will Co. History states he

moved to area in 1836 (SSG&HS Quarterly), from Ohio, appears in 1840 Will Co.,

IL federal census. 1850 mortality schedule for IL says born in NY; probate

papers give no clue to birthplace.

!MARRIAGE: From Barbour papers, FHL film #1,312,792. FHL file 1,312,794 shows a

list of Freemen admitted to East Hartford in 1820 where a Wiliam Keeny appears

on the first Monday of April. To qualify as a Freeman you had to be 21, own

land, or both.

!CONFLICT: 'VITAL RECORDS OF BOLTON TO 1854 AND VERNON TO 1852' (Allen Co.

Public Library) page 85 lists a marriage of a William Keeney to Nancy Hunt on

Dec. 15, 1825 in Bolton, CT by Rev. Isaac Dwinel. A William Keeney appears on

p. 130 as town registraar in 1848 and still later as town clerk on p. 148.

These last two entries cannot refer to my William Keeney as he was in Illinois

by 1846. But who is the William Keeney who married Nancy Hunt?

More About WILLIAM KEENEY:

Burial: Unknown, Crete cem, Crete, Will, IL

Notes for CLARISSA D. DAVIS:

NOTE: Found in IGI (6 June 1991) a Clarissa Davis, baptism date of 15 Nov.

1802, parents William Davis and Sally W. Born in Rutland, Worcester Co., Mass.

Could this be right info? Marriage info says she is from Vernon, Tolland Co.,

CT. Is Betsey Davis who received $500 from estate of William Keeney her sister?

Evidence below seems to point in this direction.

!BIRTH-SPOUSE-DEATH: Tombstone data gives death date and age (birthdate

calculated from tombstone). Crete cemetery, corner of Exchange St. and

Vincennes Ave., Crete, Will Co., IL. Also listed in reading of Crete Cemetery

(1978) p. 6. published by South Suburban Genealogical & Historical Society,

South Holland, Illinois.

!NAME/MARRIAGE: from Keeney Update edited by Roscoe Keeney, Jr. January 1991.

Accompanying letter (Feb. 1994) says she is from Vernon, CT. and married by

Isaac D. Bolton.

!MARRIAGE: Found on FHL film # 2908, Barbour Collection, East Hartford,

Hartford Co., CT Vital Records, Vol. 1, p. 96, by Rev. Isaac Dwinel, pastor of

Baptist Church in East Hartford.

More About CLARISSA D. DAVIS:

Burial: Unknown, Crete cem, Crete, Will, IL

Children of WILLIAM KEENEY and CLARISSA DAVIS are:

i. DAVID K.2 KEENEY, b. Unknown, ,,OH/MA?; d. Unknown.

Notes for DAVID K. KEENEY:

!DOCUMENTATION: IL Census 1850 states birthplace as OHIO; 1860 says MASS. He is

living with two other Keeney men known to be children of William and Clarissa

Keeney, but he is not mentioned in Will of William Keeney. Is he a nephew?

Middle initial could also be an "H" as when he signed a statement in probate of

John L. Haskin estate, 1858. FHL file 1,012,423 Illinois Military Census and

Military Rolls 1862-63 coverrd White, Whiteside, and Will Counties. David

Keeney, second class reserve, age 31, born Mass., occupation mason (#86 Crerte

twp.).

ii. WILLIAM KEENEY, b. Unknown, ,,OH/MA?; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM KEENEY:

!DOCUMENTATION: 1850 IL Census lists him twice--Crete with sister, Clarissa

Keeney Haskin and in Monee with brother George Nelson Keeney, et al; one entry

says born in OHIO, the other says MASS.

iii. GEORGE NELSON KEENEY, b. Unknown, ,,OH; d. Unknown.

Notes for GEORGE NELSON KEENEY:

!BIRTH-PARENTS: Census IL 1850; Probate records of father, William Keeney

(1799-1849). Sometimes listed as George, other times Nelson.

2. iv. CLARISSA ELIZABETH KEENEY, b. Abt. 1828, ,,MA; d. Unknown.

Generation No. 2

2. CLARISSA ELIZABETH2 KEENEY (WILLIAM1) was born Abt. 1828 in ,,MA, and died Unknown. She married (1) JOHN L. HASKIN September 18, 1845 in Crete, Will, IL. He was born Abt. 1821 in ,,NY, and died July 11, 1858 in Crete or, Monee, Will, IL. She married (2) WEBSTER A CASTLE September 19, 1859 in Monee, Will, IL, USA. He was born April 11, 1835 in Seymour, CT, and died Unknown. She married (3) HIRAM MOULTON October 30, 1862 in ,Will Co, IL. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for CLARISSA ELIZABETH KEENEY:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGES: Will Co. IL records; 1850 IL census, Crete, Will Co. Joliet,

IL Courthouse. Possibly deserted by second husband, Webster A. Castle. She

reverted to first marriage name and remarried for third time 30 October 1862 to

Hiram Moulton, also in Will Co. Cannot find her location in any Illinois

census, 1860, 1870. Per correspondence with Terry Morgan, descendant of Webster

A Castle, he deserted his first wife, Elizabeth,in 1857, moved to Illinois. She

divorced him in Bridgeport (Danbury?), CT. in October 1858.

Notes for JOHN L. HASKIN:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: 1850 IL federal census, Crete, Will Co., marriage

consent and license, probate records. Doctor bill in probate states he died of

gunshot wound--no newspaper record of event. Widow remarried 14 months later.

Notes for WEBSTER A CASTLE:

!DOCUMENTATION: Info from Terry Morgan his descendant. His parents were Truman

Castle and Mabel Norton. He deserted first wife Elizabeth in 1857 after a few

months and mveed to Illinois. About 1866 he married for thrird time to Amanda

Lewis.

IGI on line, April 1999. Married 14 June 1865, Warren, IL. Amanda Lewis.

More About WEBSTER A CASTLE:

Burial: Unknown, Media, Henderson Co, IL

Notes for HIRAM MOULTON:

!MARRIAGE: Marriage license, Will Co., IL. Third husband of Clarissa Elizabeth

Keeney.

Children of CLARISSA KEENEY and JOHN HASKIN are:

i. EMMA L.3 HASKIN, b. December 1846, Crete, Will, IL; d. November 21, 1847, Crete, Will, IL.

Notes for EMMA L. HASKIN:

!BIRTH-DEATH: Tombstone in Crete Cemetery, Crete, IL.

More About EMMA L. HASKIN:

Burial: Unknown, Crete Cem., Crete, Will, IL

ii. ARDNOTH A. HASKIN, b. September 1848, Crete, Will, IL; d. April 06, 1849, Crete, Will, IL.

Notes for ARDNOTH A. HASKIN:

!BIRTH-DEATH: Tombstone in Crete Cemetery, Crete, IL.

More About ARDNOTH A. HASKIN:

Burial: Unknown, Crete Cem., Crete, Will, IL

iii. ELLIOT N. HASKIN, b. July 1850, Crete, Will, IL; d. Aft. 1875.

Notes for ELLIOT N. HASKIN:

!BIRTH: 1850 IL census for Will Co.,IL; 1860 Will Co. census shows him living

with two of his mother's brothers in Monee, IL. It almost seems as if children

were farmed out after mother's remarriage in 1859.

!SIBLING: Chicago City Directory in 1875 lists him as a printer at same address

as William Lorenzo Haskin. Cannot locate him in 1880 census for Illinois or any

later Chicago City Directories.

iv. CHARLES HASKIN, b. July 1850, Crete, Will, IL; d. December 12, 1918, Chicago, Cook, IL, Cook Co. Hosp..

Notes for CHARLES HASKIN:

!BIRTH: 1900 IL Federal census--listed as brother to head of household, William

L. Haskin. A carriage driver, age 49, says born July 1850, married 16 years. No

wife is listed--no mention of death or divorce. He does not appear in 1850 IL

census as child of John L. and Clarissa Haskin, probably born 1851.

!DEATH: Death record city of Chicago Vital Records, and family knowledge. Death

Cert. says died Dec. 1 on one line, Dec. 12 on two others! Since burial was on

the 14th, Dec. 12 is probably correct. Birth date is unknown to brother William

Lorenzo Haskin who was informant, but about "68 years." [William Lorenzo was 66

years old at the time of Charles death in 1918. Even if he did not know date of

birth, it would seem that Charles was the older brother.] OCCUPATION: Weaver.

Single is entered, not married, divorced or widowed! Cause of death: Cystitis.

Death cert. says his parents were born in New York and Massachusetts which is

consistent with the info in 1850 Illinois census.

More About CHARLES HASKIN:

Burial: December 14, 1918, Chicago, Cook, IL, Graceland cem.

3. v. WILLIAM LORENZO HASKIN, b. August 13, 1852, Crete, Will, IL; d. November 26, 1931, Chicago, Cook, IL.

vi. JOHN HASKIN, b. Abt. 1853, Crete, Will, IL; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN HASKIN:

!SIBLINGS: Family knowledge; Chicago City Directory 1875 living at same address

as William L. Haskin, 336 S. Des Plaines. Occupation: Printer. Per Edna Haskin

Black Simmons: He was hard of hearing, wife named Louise, lived with William

Lorenzo and Alice Haskin during Edna's childhood. Possibly moved to Twin Cities

(Minnesota).

Generation No. 3

3. WILLIAM LORENZO3 HASKIN (CLARISSA ELIZABETH2 KEENEY, WILLIAM1) was born August 13, 1852 in Crete, Will, IL, and died November 26, 1931 in Chicago, Cook, IL. He married ALICE NATALIA GOOSSEN Abt. March 1873 in (1874-76), Cook, IL. She was born February 20, 1856 in South Holland, Cook, IL, and died May 18, 1933 in Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for WILLIAM LORENZO HASKIN:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Cook Co., IL records, federal census 1880-1920,

tombstone, family knowledge. Several different records list birth years from

1852-56. However, he told granddaughter he was"born on Friday the 13th and it

was the luckiest day of his life." The only August Friday the 13th was in 1852

which would also make him 21 if married in 1873. Cannot locate record of

marriage in Chicago records (1871-1876). Tradition says March 1873, census of

1910 and 1920 say 1875. His death cert. states his parents were born in New

York (father) and Massachusetts (mother) which agrees with 1850 IL census. His

father, John L. Haskin died of a gunshot wound when William Lorenzo was no more

than 6. Strange that no mention was ever made of stepfather, Webster A. Castle

who married mother,Clarissa, one year later, or second stepfather, Hiram

Mounton whom she married in 1862.

More About WILLIAM LORENZO HASKIN:

Burial: November 28, 1931, Woodlawn Cem., Chicago, Cook, IL

Notes for ALICE NATALIA GOOSSEN:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Federal census Cook Co., IL; death index, tombstone,

family knowledge, obit in Chicago Tribune. 1900 IL Census states she had 13

children; 1910 IL census (dated 27 April 1910) says 14 children. Therefore, one

must have been born and died between 1900-1910.

More About ALICE NATALIA GOOSSEN:

Burial: May 22, 1933, Woodlawn Cem., Chicago, Cook, IL

Children of WILLIAM HASKIN and ALICE GOOSSEN are:

i. LOUELLA4 HASKIN, b. Unknown, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. April 27, 1894, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for LOUELLA HASKIN:

!DEATH: Record for a Lulu Haskin found Chicago Death records, FHL. for 27 April

1894. Cannot prove or disprove.

ii. CHILD HASKIN, b. Unknown, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Unknown, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for CHILD HASKIN:

!BIRTH: 1900 IL CENSUS STATES ALICE GOOSSEN HASKIN HAD GIVEN BIRTH TO 13

CHILDREN (8 LIVING); 1910 IL CENSUS SAYS 14 CHILDREN (WITH 8 LIVING).

THEREFORE, ONE MUST HAVE BEEN BORN AND DIED BETWEEN 1900-1910 (PROBABLY CLOSER

TO 1900 SINCE NEXT OLDEST CHILD WAS BORN 1895.)

iii. CLARENCE HASKIN, b. Abt. 1874, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Bef. 1877, Chicago, Cook, IL.

iv. CLARA HASKIN, b. Abt. 1875, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Bef. 1877, Chicago, Cook, IL.

v. ROBERT ELLIOT HASKIN, b. January 26, 1877, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. February 17, 1958, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for ROBERT ELLIOT HASKIN:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Family knowledge, obituary, federal Illinois census,

marriage license.

More About ROBERT ELLIOT HASKIN:

Burial: February 21, 1958, Ridgewood cem, Niles, IL

vi. WILLIAM HASKIN, b. 1879, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM HASKIN:

!BIRTH: 1880 IL federal census/by 1900 census had quarrelled with father, left

home, never heard from again.

vii. MABEL E. HASKIN, b. Abt. 1881, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Abt. 1945, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for MABEL E. HASKIN:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Census 1920 IL, Cook Co., Chicago gives age as 39.

Family knowledge. Married (1) son of rich employer, and (2) 1903 William J.

Giff, painter-decorator.

viii. FRANK HASKIN, b. April 1883, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. July 23, 1883, Chicago, Cook, IL.

ix. ALICE E. HASKIN, b. August 1884, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. Aft. 1958, Salt Lake City, UT.

Notes for ALICE E. HASKIN:

Doc: federal census/family knowledge. Married (l) Floyd A. Shively, sons

Arthur,Allan,and (2) John Hanchett, railroad worker - moved to Salt Lake City

Alice was quite a ballroom dancer which contributed to her divorce from

Shively, per Edna Haskin Black Simmons, niece.

x. MULVINA HASKIN, b. December 17, 1887, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. February 1968, Bloomington, IL.

Notes for MULVINA HASKIN:

Doc: federal census/family knowledge. Married (l)John Bruno, daughter Jeannette

b. 1904 and (2) James Colantino. Death info from Soc. Sec. Death Index-probably

correct as she was alive in 1958.

xi. DANIEL JOHN HASKIN, b. March 23, 1890, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. 1960, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for DANIEL JOHN HASKIN:

Doc: federal census, family knowledge, tombstone/m. after 1910 Margaret.

Children: Dolly (Margrette on 1920 census), Danny, Mabel. Birth from Cook Co.

Birth Index at FHL. Federal census 1920 Illinois, Cook Roll 323, ED 802, sheet

7, line 76. Rents at 2595 Lexington Avenue, a house painter. In later years

fell from a scaffold several floors, but lived.

Additional data from granddaughter, Gerry DuShane October 1999.

xii. (TWIN) LOUIS L. HASKIN, b. June 28, 1892, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. June 1969, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for (TWIN) LOUIS L. HASKIN:

Doc: federal census, family knowledge. Married after 1910 Josephine. Children:

Alice, Robert, Richard,Luella. Birth/death dates from Soc. Sec. Death Index

(4/91).

xiii. (TWIN) HASKIN, b. June 28, 1892, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. 1892, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for (TWIN) HASKIN:

DOC: Chicago birth records FHL film #-----; family tradition.

xiv. CHARLES ARTHUR HASKIN, b. November 07, 1895, Chicago, Cook, IL; d. January 26, 1927, Chicago, Cook, IL.

Notes for CHARLES ARTHUR HASKIN:

!BIRTH: From Chicago birth index fiche, FHL film #-------, Salt Lake City. Also

federal census 1900, 1910, 1920.

!MARRIAGE: About 1920 to Sophie; they are listed in IL census 1920 with no

children. Children born later are Charles and Caroline. Occupation:

electrician. Census says his parents born NY!!! Exact date from Richard

Curtis, see below. Married Our Lady of Angels Church, Chicago.

!DEATH: Tombstone at Woodlawn Cemetery, Cook Co., IL.

!NAME: Middle name of Arthur from PRF info submitted by Richard Curtis, Palos

Hills, IL Jan. 1, 2000.

More About CHARLES ARTHUR HASKIN:

Burial: Unknown, Woodlawn Cem, Forest Park, IL

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Remember when.......

Close your eyes.....And go back........

Before the Internet or the MAC
Before semi automatics and crack
Before chronic and indo
Before SEGA or Super Nintendo
Way back........

I'm talkin' bout hide and go seek at dusk.
Sittin' on the porch
Hot bread and butter.
Eatin' a 'super dooper sandwich' (Dagwood)
Red light, Green light.
Chocolate milk
Lunch tickets
Penny candy in a brown paper bag.
Hopscotch, butterscotch, doubledutch Jacks, kickball, dodgeball, y'all!
Mother, May I?
Hula Hoops and Sunflower Seeds
Jaw breakers, blowpops
Mary Janes
Running through the sprinkler (I can't get wet!  All right, well don't wet my
hair....)
The smell of the sun and lickin' salty lips....
Wait......

Catchin' lightening bugs in a jar
Playin' sling shot and Red Rover.
When around the corner seemed far away
And going downtown seemed like going somewhere.
Bedtime
Climbing trees
A million mosquito bites and sticky fingers
Cops and Robbers, Cowboys and Indians
Sittin on the curb, Jumpin down the steps, Jumpin on the bed.
Pillow fights
Being tickled to death
Runnin till you were out of breath
Laughing so hard that your stomach hurt
Being tired from playin'....  Remember that?
I ain't finished just yet...

What about the girl that had the big bubbly hand writing??
Licking the beaters when your mother made a cake.
Didn't that feel good..  just to go back and say, Yeah, I remember that!
 
There's nothing like the good old days!
They were good then, and they're good now when we think about them.
Share some of these thoughts with a friend who can relate.
One can't be serious ALL the time, eh?
Remember when... 

When there were two types of sneakers for girls and boys (Keds & PF Flyers),
and the only time you wore them at school, was for "gym."
When nearly everyone's mom was at home when the kids got there.
When nobody owned a purebred dog.
When a quarter was a decent allowance, and another quarter a huge bonus.
When you'd reach into a muddy gutter for a penny.
When girls neither dated nor kissed until late high school, if then.
When your mom wore nylons that came in two pieces.
When all of your male teachers wore neckties and female teachers had their
hair done, everyday.
When you got your windshield cleaned, oil checked, and gas pumped, without
asking, for free, every time.
And, you didn't pay for air.
And, you got trading stamps to boot!

When laundry detergent had free glasses, dishes or towels hidden inside the
box.
When any parent could discipline any kid, or feed him or use him to carry
groceries, and nobody, not even the kid, thought a thing of it.
 
When it was considered a great privilege to be taken out to dinner at a real
restaurant with your parents.
When they threatened to keep kids back a grade if they failed ... and did!
When being sent to the principal's office was nothing compared to the fate
that awaited a misbehaving student at home.
Basically, we were in fear for our lives but it wasn't because of drive by
shootings, drugs, gangs, etc.
Disapproval of our parents and grandparents was a much bigger threat!

Sent in by Carol Keeney


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Name: Roger D. Keeney
Email: RDKeeney@aol.com
Location: Washington, IL US
Date: Sunday, June 18, 2000 at 10:43:31
Comments:

Found your site to be extremely interesting. I was born in Bandytown, West Virginia in 1945. My parents are Ralph and Gertrude. I left Boone county to enter the Army in 1962 and served 4 1/2 years in numerous locations in the states and Europe. After the military, began working for Caterpillar Inc. in Mentor, Ohio and transferred to York, PA and from there to Peoria, IL GG Grandfather was John Patrick Keeney who was born in Kanawha County, W.Va. in 1852 - He was the son of John Keeney and Carolyn Asbury who lived in the Sherman District of Boone County, W.Va. Their son, Daniel Keeney who was born in 1874 is my Grandfather. He was married twice, his first wife was Francis Brinkley and his second wife was Lona Woodrum My father is Ralph Keeney Sr. who resides at Boone County, W.Va. I have one brother, Ralph D. Keeney Jr. who resides in Cleveland, OH and one sister, Donna Judd who lives in Madison, OH. I married in 1967 and have one son, Dwayne who resides in Cleveland, OH


Name: Sharon
Email: wogalitz@concentric.net
Location: Surprise, AZ USA
Date: Thursday, May 25, 2000 at 11:54:50
Comments:

Great site. Just wish I could attach my William KEENEY, born NY state somewhere about Sept/Oct 1799. Married Clarissa D(avis?) about 1821 in CT? Children: Clarissa Elizabeth, born abt 1828 MA, William Jr. born abt 1830-32 MA or OH, David O. born abt 1830=32 MA or OH and George Nelson,born abt 1834-35 OH. Family were pioneers in Will Co. IL by 1836. All three KEENEY sons are last heard of in the 1860 IL census. What happened to them? They were unmarried and good cannon fodder for the Civil War. Were they all killed or did they settle elsewhere after the war. Would love to hear from someone who might be related.


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Found online

Calvin Keeney

Our Hometown 1998 Calvin Keeney Scholarship Fund Available from Le Roy Central Schools Applications are currently being accepted for financial aid under the Calvin Keeney Scholarship Fund. To be eligible for scholarship aid, one must be a resident..
Found by: HotBot, Yahoo! http://www.leroyny.com/common/news/1999/Mar99/1999032015401773.html


Michaels Exonumia

An illustrated price list of tokens and medals....
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Tonkon Torp Attorney JEFFREY HALE KEENEY

..JEFFREY HALE KEENEY Partner, Real Estate and Land Use Law Direct Dial:...
Found by: Google
http://www.tonkon.com/who/attorneys/keeney.html


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Looking for.....

J. W. Keeney

Posted by Kent Leroy St.Charles on June 18, 19100 at 23:53:02:

Any one with any information on Jacob Welch Keeney of Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He was born June 8, 1832. He move to Wyoming in 1867, Corrine, Utah 1871, and
run many Hotels from Salt Lake City to Pocatella.
Thank you Kent L. St. Charles


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  1. Constance Keeney Jameson's 85th Birthday & Family reunion 2 Photos

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Does anybody know of any family Reunions? If so send information & I'll include it here.

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