Carol was a winner in the England Project FA CUP Challenge.
Carol (Winton) Keeling participated with Sandringham Strollers during the 2020 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 578 suggestions.
Carol (Winton) Keeling participated with Sandringham Strollers during the 2019 Source-a-Thon, adding 212 sources to profiles.
Carol (Winton) Keeling is participating with The Sandringham Strollers during the 2019 Connect-a-Thon, and has added 124 profiles.
Carol (Winton) Keeling is participating with Sandringham Strollers during the 2019 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 360 suggestions.
Carol (Winton) Keeling participated with Sandringham Strollers during the 2019 Scan-a-Thon, scanning and uploading 109 items to profiles.
Carol (Winton) Keeling participated with Sandringham Strollers during the 2018 Source-a-Thon, adding 161 sources to profiles.
Carol (Winton) Keeling participated with Sandringham Strollers during the 2018 Clean-a-Thon, correcting 335 suggestions.
Carol gifted some WikiTree kindness during the 2018 Secret Santa Swap!
I was inspired by a TV program to start looking at my family history in 1979. My grandfather visited me shortly after this (a rare occurrence as he lived in Lancashire and I was in Kent), and I innocently asked questions about his parents and upbringing. The questions were answered hesitantly and rather vaguely, he seemed very uncomfortable and the subject was quickly dropped.
After investing in my first few BMD certificates, and going down a few blind alleys, I made the discovery that my grandfather's parents had never married, a fact that he obviously knew and was very sensitive about. And the few answers that he'd supplied to my questions were an incredible work of fiction. By then I was well and truly hooked into discovering the truth, but I never mentioned any of my findings to my grandfather. He did however send me a photo of his father, for which I was extremely grateful.
This started out as a to-do list for me, but I am now hoping for some volunteers to help out. This Free Space page lists possible connections that I've found using on-line trees, that are waiting to be investigated.
My Ancestors Research Statistics, added November 2016
My Ancestors Research Statistics
Direct Relation to Carol Keeling
No. of Possible Ancestors
No. on Wikitree
Total no. of Bios Written
Total % of Bios Completed
2nd Great Grandparent
3rd Great Grandparent
4th Great Grandparent
5th Great Grandparent
6th Great Grandparent
7th Great Grandparent
8th Great Grandparent
This table was very kindly built and given to me by Campbell Braddock. If you like it, then please feel free to ask for a copy of the code to add to your profile, and then maybe send a word of thanks to Campbell.
My current ancestors research statistics can be found here: 
It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Carol or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Carol:
Carol (Winton) Keeling:
AncestryDNA , GEDmatch A661515[compare], Ancestry member carol_e_keeling