John Keeler Net Worth
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$44’000’000. *This information was provided by Lorianna, 59 years old. From Kelso, Tennessee
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1,83m.*This information was provided by Gilberto, 39 years old. Job: (Counter, Hand). From Chesterville, Ohio.
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61kg.**This information was provided by Noemi, 27 years old. From Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.
66kg.***This information was provided by Quinton Lui, 45 years old. From Heidelberg, Mississippi.
John Keeler information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1654-02-09
Death date: 1717-05-19
Spouse:Sarah Beckwith, Mehitable Rockwell
Children:Elizabeth Keeler Hoyt, John Keeler, Jr., Mehittabel Keeler Blatchly Hoyt, Hannah Keeler Bolt Gregory, Sarah Keeler Hoyt, David Keeler, Daniel Keeler, Jemima Keeler Canfield Benedict, Ruth Keeler Benedict
John Keeler (February 9, 1654 – May 19, 1717) was a member of the General Assembly of the Colony of Connecticut from Norwalk in the October 1698 session.He was the son of Ralph Keeler and Sarah Howes and the brother of Samuel Keeler.The Norwalk town meeting of February 20, 1679 named him among four masters or overseers of those pounds lieing by five mile river side. His name appears in a 1694 list of persons who are members of town meetings, who have a vote and suffrage in town affairs. The question of whether to repair and enlarge the meeting house or to build a new one on the place where John Keelers barn stands was considered at a town meeting January 9, 1719.