Mary Keller brought a son named Samuel Keller with her when she came to Greene County with her father. The Tennessee Keller's later assumed that this child was illegitimate and may have been the cause of them moving to TN. When Mary died in 1843, she willed this 400 acres her father had left her to Samuel Keller. However he had already become an extremely wealthy man by big farming and becoming a major live stock trader and dealer. He was on the largest slave owners in Greene County, TN.spouse: Key, David (*1767 - )
Anna Elisabeth and Johannes were married in the Reformed Church in Altenhablau, across the river Kinzig from Geinhausen, about four kilometers frm Eidenges.spouse: Leinbach, Johannes (1674 - 1747)
"December 2, 1700 Anna Kleiss entered into marriage with John Leinbach and moved with him to Hochstatt the following year, where for 23 years he served in the school as organist. In 1723, they moved with their nine children to Oley. The first brother who came to visit their house was Brother Spangenberg. In 1747 she became a widow and stayed with her children in Oldy until 1755. She then visited Bethlehem and was granted permission to stay in the widows' home in Nazareth. She was happy, joyful, and lively in spite of her age. She sang in the choir-festival. She died at 5:30AM on the morning of September 26 at the age of 87.
Married in the Reformed Church in Altenhablau, across the river Kingzig from Gelnhausen, about four kilometers from Eidenges. (Research of Don Lineback)----------child: Leinbach, Johann Fredrick (1703 - 1784)