NameMary DOVEY
Birthabt 1733
Death1801
Burial25 Feb 1801, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Spouses
1John KEELINGE , 7G Uncle
Birthabt 1713
Baptism13 Jul 1713, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Death17 Oct 1783
Burial23 Oct 1783, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
OccupationAttorney
FatherRichard KEELINGE (~1688-1766)
MotherPatience HODGETTS (~1685-1772)
Marriage1 Jul 1769, St. Pancras, Middlesex, England
ChildrenNancy (~1752-1838)
 Joseph (1768-1822)
Notes for Mary DOVEY
his housekeeper

Parish records St Pancras Old Church.
John Keelinge Esquire of the Parish of Kingswinford in the County of Stafford a Widower and Mary Dovey of this Parish a Spinster were married in this Church by Licence this First Day of July in the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty Nine by me Hen. Poole Curate. In the Presence of Philip Mattingley and Ann? Scott
Notes for John (Spouse 1)
of Summerhill, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England
Steward to Lord Dudley and Ward.

From the OGI christening recorded as July 18, 1713, Kingswinford, father Richard Keeling, mother Patience.

Mentioned in his father Richard Keelinge’s will dated May 1766

Will dated October 16, 1783.

Left his estates to his natural children (by Mary Dovey before marriage) Joseph Freeman, Eleanor and Nancy

from the Story of the Ancient Manor Of Sedgley by E. A. Underhill
Keeling of Sedgley (Descended from Gibbons)
John Keeling (second son of Richard Keeling and Patience Hodgetts) of Summerhill, Kingswinford was an Attorney and steward to Lord Dudley and Ward. He was baptized at Kingswinford, July 13th, 1713 and died s.p. (?) October 17th and was buried October 23rd, 1783 at Kingswinford. He married first at Kimberton, December 18th, 1744 his cousin, Ann, widow of Randold Stevens, and daughter of the Rev. Thomas Hodgetts, rector of Kingswinford and Vicar of Prees. She was buried at Kingswinford, May 23rd, 1766, aged 57 years. Adm’on granted P.C.C. July 14th 1766, to her sister Elizabeth Nott, wife of Rev. Samuel Nott., and again February 12th, 1782, de bonis non to Thomas Nott. After his wife’s death, he married his housekeeper, Mary Dovey. She was buried at Kingwinsford, February 25th, 1801, aged 68

Listed in the English Baronetage by Arthur Collins - 1741
Knights of the Royal Oak
John Keeleinge, Esq; (son of Justice Keeleinge) 0600l. per Annum
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