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Delilah Hasa Jane Keltner, wife of William Riley Coomer

Carlis sent us this photo (at end of article text) of Delilah Hasa Jane Keltner daughter of John Keltner and Mary Coffey. She was born May 01, 1834, and died February 19, 1922 in Adair Co, Ky. She married William Riley Coomer, February 18, 1849, He was born January 05, 1831 in Pulaski Co., Ky, and died July 20, 1870.
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According to Carlis, "this photo of Delilah Hasa Jane Keltner is the most sought after and requested of all Coomer Photos.

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Delilah Hasa Jane Keltner

2003-06-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo Unknown. Delilah Hasa Jane Keltner
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