A batch of arms from The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, A Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earlest to the Present Time by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D.
From The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, A Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earlest to the Present Time by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D. Ulster King of Arms 1884 London: Harrison, 59, Pall Mall.
Keating (Kilcoan, Co. Wexford. Visit. Wexford, 1618) Ar. a saltire ga. betw. four nettle leaves vert. Crest — A boar statant gu. armed and hoofed or holding in the mouth a nettle leaf vert.
Keating (Rosetown, co. Wexford. Visit. Wexford, 1618) Same Arms and Crest.
Keating (Baldwinstown, co. Wexford. Visit. Wexford, 1618). Same Arms and Crest.
Keating (Brittany, in France, settled there after the revolution of 1688; alled by Hawkins, Ulster, 1784, to Charles Keating of Brittany, great-grandson of Thomas Keating, Esq., of Baldwinstown). Same Arms and Crest.
Keating (Clanoghinthe, co. Carlow; Fun. Ent. 1619, Redmond Keating, of that place). Same Arms.
Keating (Narraghmore, co. Kildare; Fun Ent. 1683, Maurice Keating, of that place). Same Arms.
Keating (Baybush, co. Limerick; allowed by Bryan, Deputy Ulster, 1767, to Valentine Keating, Esq. of that place, descended from Keating, of Kilcoan). Same arms and crest. Motto — Fidelissimus semper.
Keating (Kilmandan; Reg. Ulster’s Office) Quarterly, 1st and 4th, same Arms; 2nd and 3rd, az. a lion ramp. ar. over all in middle point a cross pattee of the first. Crest — A boar pass. gu. in front of a bunch of nettles ppr. Motto — Providentia divina.
Keating (H. Coll.). Argent, on a saltire gules, between in chief a rose of the last, barbed, and seeded proper, in fesse two oak-leaves slipped, and a crass crosslet fitchée in base vert., an oak-lear slipped or. Mantling gules and argent. Crest — On a wreath of the colours, a boar passant gules, holding in the mouth an oak-leaf slipped between two oak branches proper. Motto — “Amor ducit patriÃ¦.” — Son of Rev. William Keating, M.A. (Exeter Coll.) Oxford, Clerk in Holy Orders, late Rector of the Parish of Baverstock, near Salisbury, b. 1823; m. 1848, Lousia Caroline, yst.d. of the late Richard Morgan, H.E.I.C.’s Navy; — Francis Amboor Keating, Gentleman, (Oxon.), Barr.-at-Law, b. 1853; m. Constance Mary, d. of F.W. Prell of Hanover and Melbourne; and has issue. Harold Francis Amboor Keating. Gentleman, b. Res. — 15 Rutland Gate, S.W.