Keeble, Wilfred

Wilfred R. Keeble: he was London representative of A. McKim, Limited. He had been born 18 December 1883 in the Mile End district of London.  His brother was a John Ronuk Keeble (who conducted a business in floor polishing; he was very likely the John Bright Keeble listed below). In 1891, he was 7 years old and lived at Windsor Road in Cambwell, London. His brothers and sisters were noted as Edward Moss, 26, a ‘law clerk solicitors,’ Kate Sarah, 23, a ‘student of education,’ Henry, 21, a ‘law clerk solicitors,’ Herbert G., 17, an apprentice to an electrical engineer, Walter Tree, 15, John Bright, 11, and Oliver Stephen, 8. There also was a servant in the family, Mary Tigg, 36, a general domestic servant. In 1901, he was described as a commercial clerk, living in his native Camberwell, London, with brothers Walter, John and Oliver and sister Grace. He married Fannie M. Goldsbrough in England in 1914. His parents were Henry James (a solicitor/barrister at law born about 1841 in the Pimlico district of London) and Jane (nee Bowers; she had been born about 1843 in Lambeth, Surrey) Keeble who had married in Hackney, London, in the last months of 1865. In 1909, he stood 5’10”, had medium complexion, black hair, and brown eyes and was a commercial traveller. He seems to have passed away in Maidstone, Kent, England, in 1957. 

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