Walter Keeler (settler)

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Walter Keeler
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Walter Keeler [1] [2] (also Keiler) (born 1615) was a founding settler of Norwalk, Connecticut. There is very little information on him in the historical records. He is listed among the "Table of Estates" settlers of 1655. [3] He is the brother of Ralph Keeler, the Norwalk settler who is listed among the "Ludlow Agreement" settlers of 1650.

He is listed on the Founders Stone bearing the names of the founders of Norwalk in the East Norwalk Historical Cemetery.

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References

  1. Hall, E. (1847). The Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Connecticut: With a Plan of the Ancient Settlement, and of the Town in 1847. J. Mallory & Company. p. 17. Retrieved 2015-02-22.
  2. Nathaniel Bouton (1851). An Historical Discourse in Commemoration of the Two-hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of Norwalk, Ct., in 1651: Delivered in the First Congregational Church in Norwalk, July 9, 1851. S.W. Benedict. p.  71 . Retrieved 2015-02-22.
  3. Selleck, C.M. (1896). Norwalk: v. 1 and supplement. 1. The author. p. 78. Retrieved 2015-02-22.