Birthabt 1835, Tipton, Staffordshire
Baptism24 Nov 1823
Death3 May 1905
FatherCharles KEELING (~1795-1871)
MotherMary Ann (~1795-~1870)
Marriage14 Jun 1864, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton, Stafford, England
Notes for George Bowker (Spouse 1)
Christening Records
Penkridge, Staffordshire christening November 24, 1823 George Bowker Keeling, father Charles Keeling mother Ann [should that be Mary Ann?].

In the 1841 census Charles Keeling, age 45, farmer. Mary Ann Keeling, age 45. Charles Keeling, age 18. George Keeling, age 17, Helen Keeling, age 16. Frederick Jos. Keeling, age 14. Anne Kitson Keeling, age 14. Mary Anne Keeling, age 12. Jane Elizabeth Keeling, age 11. Fanny Keeling, age 8. Richard Keeling, age 4. All born in Staffordshire.

In the 1851 census Congreve Hall?. Charles Keeling, age 56, farmer of 700 acres employing 20 labourers., born Penkridge, Staffordshire. Wife Mary A. Keeling, age 56, born Stretton, Staffordshire. Son Charles R. Keeling, age 28, farmer of 286 acres employing 8 labourers. Son George B. Keeling, age 27, farmer’s son. Daughter Ellen Keeling, age 25. Frederick Keeling, age 24, miller. Daughter Kitson Keeling, age 22. Daughter Mary A. Keeling, age 21. Daughter Fanny Keeling, age 18. Son Richard Keeling, age 13. All the children were born in Penkridge. 2 house servants.

In the 1861 census Bungham? Lane, Penkridge, Staffordshire. Head George Bowker Keeling, unmarried, age 37, farmer of 330 acres employing 7 labourers and 2 boys, born Penkridge. Sister Mary Ann Keeling, unmarried, age 28, born Penkridge. 1 servant.

England and Wales Marriages
June 14, 1864 George Bowker Keeling, father Charles Keeling and Anne Brunton, father Robert Brunton, Tettenhall, Staffordshire.

In the 1871 census Wolverhampton Road, Penkridge, Staffordshire. Head George B. Keeling, age 46, farmer of 350 acres, employing 6 labourers and 2 boys, born Penkridge. Wife Annie Keeling, age 36, born Tipton. Niece Annie G., age 9, scholar, born Brewood. Niece Lucy M. Keeling, age 7, born Brewood. a cook, a housemaid and a groom

In 1872 in his father’s will was listed as a farmer of Hampton House in Staffordshire.

In the 1881 census Farm House, Congreve, Penkridge, Staffordshire. Head George B. Keeling, age 57, farmer 330 acres [employing] 8 men 2 boys, born Penkridge, Staffordshire. Wife Annie Keeling, age 46, farmer’s wife, born Tipton, Staffordshire. 2 servants

In the 1891 census Congrens?, Congreve, Penkridge, Staffordshire. Head George Keeling, age 67, farmer, born Penkridge. Wife Anne Keeling, age 56, born Dudley Park, Staffordshire. Visitor Anne Brunton, married, age 58, born W. Hampton, Staffordshire. 2 servants.

In the 1901 census Cuttlestons House, Station Road, Penkridge, Staffordshire. Head George B. Keeling, widower, age 77, retired farmer, employer, born Penkridge, Staffordshire. Niece Clara E. Keeling, Single, age 26, born Brewood, Staffordshire. 2 servants, a cook and a housemaid

In the April to June 1905 death index George Bowker Keeling, age 81, Cannock, Stafordshire, volume 6b, page 279.

National Probate Calendar.
George Bowker Keeling of the “Bungalow” Penkridge Staffordshire, died May 3 1905 Probate Lichfield 2 June 1905 to Francis John Stanford Griffin farmer Effects 13234 pounds 4 shillings 9 pence
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