Around 1885 he married Mary Monteith Smith (1860-1946) and they had three children: Hilda Montieth Keller (1888-1978), George Monteith Keller, Sr. (1895-1986), and Walter Smith Keller, Sr. (1898-1981).
George Keller died in Hartford, Connecticut on July 7, 1935. His ashes and those of his wife are interred within the Memorial Arch.
Grace Episcopal Church Rectory, Windsor, Connecticut (c. 1865-70).
Temple Beth Israel Synagogue, Hartford, Connecticut (1876). Now Charter Oak Cultural Center.
G. Fox & Co. Department Store (far left), Hartford, Connecticut (1880, burned 1917).
Northam Memorial Chapel and Gallup Memorial Gateway, Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Connecticut (1882).
Norfolk Public Library, Norfolk, Connecticut (1888–89).
Union Station, Hartford, Connecticut (1889).
Granville Public Library, Granville, Massachusetts (1902).
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