Biography of James R. Keeler
Madison County, NY Biographies





Keeler, James R., son of Alanson and Anna (Woodworth) Keeler, was born in Cortland, November 30, 1839. His father, also a native of Cortland, was always a farmer. On the paternal side Mr. Keeler descends from New England pioneer stock and on the maternal side he is of Mohawk Dutch ancestry. He has been a farmer all his active life. The family removed to Fenner when he was seventeen years old. For six years Mr. Keeler lived on what is known as the Tuttle place and then moved to his present farm of 200 acres two miles north of the village of Cazenovia. He is considered one of the representative citizens of the town and by virtue of his long residence is well known to all. He married, in 1861, Almira, daughter of John Stevens of Sullivan. Of this union there are two daughters: Clara M., wife of Franklin Parsons, and Grace A., wife of Irving McIntyre, both of Cazenovia.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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