Mary Ann/Marion Rhodes (13 October 1853, Leeds, England - 23 July 1949, Papakura, Auckland) married Robert William Keals (1847 - 1925) in 1876. Robert Keals was an architect in Auckland and owned farms in Onewhero and Papakura.
6.1 Lloyd Harold Keals (1877 - 1950) married Ellen Gertrude "Gertie" Davis (daughter of Richard Knibb and Martha Frances Davis) (1876 - 1942) in 1907
6.2 Richard George Norman Keals (1879 - 1885). Died aged just six years.
6.3 William Leslie "Leslie" Keals (1884 - 1970) married Edith Emma Eyre (daughter of George and Mary Ann Eyre nee Brown who had married in 1872) (1883 - 10 February 1915) in January 1910 at the bride's parents residence in Papatoetoe in 1910 and then married Ellen Jane Milligan (daughter of George and Ellen Jane Milligan nee Scullion who had married in 1887) (1890 - 1949) in 1920
6.4 Norman Edwin Keals (1886 - 1965). Norman suffered from some form of mental illness, and following his conviction for the murders of Edith and her baby, his death sentence was commuted to life in a mental facility. He died in Cherry Farm Hospital in 1965. He never married, but had had a close friendship with a Miss Lilian Corin, of Whangarei, prior to the murders.
6.5 George Webster Keals (1892 - 1949) married Elsie Winifred Jean Morrison (daughter of John and Elizabeth Jane Morrison nee Scott in 1893) (3 February 1900 - 1987) in 1924