1) A man who works a keel.

1464-5 ‘William Baron, keelman’, Hull

1582 watermen and keile men shalbe spoken with all to knowe if there be any fishe garthes maid to noysance , York

1598 buried a drowned man cast upon Drypoll shore, who it was is not certainly knowne but supposed to be Henry Daniion of Hull, keleman

1628 Richard Shawe, a keleman of York

1756 Richard Clayton, keel-man, Sculcoates.

places York Hull Drypool
dates 1464-1465 1582 1598 1628

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