Author Topic: A Keen Puzzle  (Read 2458 times)

Offline MattD30

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Re: A Keen Puzzle
« Reply #18 on: Thursday 24 March 16 01:07 GMT (UK) »
Hi Matt
I don't think there is an image of the gravestone online, although I'll run another check tomorrow. I'll send you my email in case you think I can be of any help at any time. I have to say I haven't been to TNA for  a few years, and when I did go, only once or twice did I call up anything like that! When I do go to Kew next it will probably be because of the London FHC being there (looks like it might be there for ever!)

Found another Alathia Keen! Not the one in 1771 in Wanborough, but
Alathia Keen, baptised 1772, Ogbourne St Andrew
parents Thomas + Susannah

thats just from the index to Wiltshire Baptisms on FindMyPast
Don't know if you have seen that one, or if it would fit in anywhere
John

Hi

Thanks for that, I'll reply in full tomorrow.  That second Alathia doesn't seem to fit anywhere at the moment as all of my Keen family were born in Wanborough at that time and later Chiseldon. However Thomas might be connected to my lot so I will keep it in mind and check my tree tomorrow.

Many thanks

Matt

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