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James Sylvester KEELING
Mary E. HIGHTOWER
Eliza B. GREENFIELD
Husband:  James Sylvester KEELING
Birth:  3 Apr 1836, Todd Co., KY
Death:  8 Feb 1913, Pembroke, Christian Co., KY 
Father:  William KEELING
Mother:  Catherine GRUMBLEY
Marriage-1:  20 Dec 1864, Todd Co., KY
Wife:  Mary E. HIGHTOWER
Marriage-2:  11 Oct 1868, Todd Co., KY
Wife-2:  Eliza B. GREENFIELD
Birth:  21 May 1851 (1852?), Elkton, Todd Co., KY
Death:  20 Sep 1938
Father:  John GREENFIELD
Mother:  Jane SEARS
Child with Mary HIGHTOWER:
1.  Mary Elizabeth KEELING, b. 1867
Children with Eliza GREENFIELD born in Elkton, Todd Co., KY:
2.  John William KEELING, b. 1870
3.  Timothy S. "Tim" KEELING, b. 1872
4.  Sarah KEELING, b. 1874
5.  (Child) KEELING


Sources:

1.  Marriage Index:  Kentucky, 1851-1900.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-233):
Keeling, James S. Hightower, Mary E. Dec 20, 1864 Todd Co.
Keeling, J.S. Greenfield, Eliza B. Oct 11, 1868 Todd Co.

2.  Death Certificate (courtesy of Jan Daily). 

3.  WorldConnect (online at RootsWeb.com).

4.  Emails from Jan Daily.

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