NameHannah Maria KEELINGE , 7G Aunt
Baptism4 Nov 1716, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Death23 Jan 1790
Burial30 Jan 1780, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
FatherRichard KEELINGE (~1688-1766)
MotherPatience HODGETTS (~1685-1772)
Baptism8 Jul 1716, Sedgley, Staffordshire, England
Burial14 Apr 1758, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Marriage12 Aug 1746, Himley, Staffordshire
ChildrenEdward (1747-1752)
 Richard (1748-1754)
 Thomas (1749-1829)
 John (1750-1830)
 Charles (1752-1753)
 Hannah Maria (1753-1817)
 Walter (1754-1755)
Notes for Hannah Maria KEELINGE
Mentioned in her fathers will dated May 1766 as being a widow.

Will dated Nov 30, 1785

from the Story of the Ancient Manor Of Sedgley by E. A. Underhill
Keeling of Sedgley (Descended from Gibbons)
Hanna Maria, baptized at Kingswinford, November 4th 1716, died January 23rd and was buried there January 30th, 1785. Married at Himley, August 12th, 1746, Thomas Dudley of Tipton. He was baptized at Sedgley, July 8th, 1716, and buried at Kingswinford, April 14th, 1758. His will dated August 3rd, 1757, proved in P.C.C. January 28th, 1762 (9, St, Eloy)

England Select Births and Christenings
Hannah Maria Keeling [as transcribed] baptism November 4, 1716, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, father Richard Keeling, mother Patience.

England Select Marriages
Marriage August 12, 1746 Thomas Dudley and Hannah Mariah [as transcribed] Keeling, Himley, Staffordshire.
Notes for Thomas (Spouse 1)
of Tipton

Will dated August 3, 1757, proved January 28, 1762

From the Collections of a History of Staffordshire (1889) William Salt
Thomas Dudley of Tipton, eldest son of Edward and Anne, was possessed of a valuable estate at Tipton rich in coal and ironstone. He married Hannah Maria, daughter of Richard Keelinge of Sedgley, steward to Lord Dudley and Ward, and sister and co-heiress of John Keelinge of Summerhill in the parish of Kingswinford, Esq. She survived him and dying 23rd January, 1790, was buried at Kingswinford, 30th January, aged 73. He was buried at Kingswinford, 14th April, 1758, having made a will dated 3rd August, 1757, and proved in London, 28th January, 1762 (9 St. Eloy). To his loving wife Hannah Maria he gives his household goods and a legacy of 100. Also 200 to be equally divided among such of his brother William's children as should live to be 21. He appoints Joseph Green of Dudley, glassmaker, and John Bridgewater of the same, spinning-wheel maker, his trustees, and they were to raise out of his personal estate 4,500 for his children when 21. He devises his landed estates in Tipton and elsewhere to his eldest son Thomas for life and then to the heirs of his body in tail male with remainder, in default of male issue, to his second son John and his heirs, remainder to his brother William and his heirs. His wife and the said Joseph Green and John Bridgewater to be his executors and guardians of his children. In 1775 a private Act of Parliament was passed by which the entailed estates were vested in John Keelinge, Esq., of Summerhill, and John Gibbons, of the parish of Kingswinford, ironmonger, in trust for sale. The Act recites that the testator died soon after making his will, leaving three only children all then (1775) of full age, viz., Thomas, John, and Hannah Maria, the wife of James Male of Birmingham, ironmonger.
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