Keatings in The Registers of the Church of St. Michan, Dublin

Listed on page x as a “seat holder in the new church” is:

The Right Honble, the Ld. Chief Justice Keating & the Ld. of Santry.

Baptisms:

p. 154 – 1685, June the 28 – Richard, son of William Keating, gent. & Eliz., his wife
p. 285 – 1686, Feb. the 27 – Mary, dau. of William Keating, gent, & of [blank].
p. 290 – 1687, Feb. the 5 – John, son of John Keating, seruant gardner, & Alice, his wife.
p. 291 – 1688, Aprill ye first – Thomas, son of William Keating, gent, & Elizabeth, his wife.
p. 301 – 1690, Feb. the 23 – Maurice, son of Maurice Keating, Captn of Malitia, & Ann, his wife.
p. 307 – 1692, July the 17 – Catherin, dau. of Captn Moris Keating, & Ann, his wife.
p. 309 – 1693, Jan. the 26 – Rebecca, dau. of William Keating, gent, & Elizabeth, his wife.
p. 312 – 1693, Oct. ye 25 – Edmond, son of Captn Moris Keating, and Ann, his wife.
p. 316 – 1694, Mar. the 10 – Judeth, dau. of Maurice Keating Esqr, & Ann, his wife.
p. 317 – 1695, Apr. the 22 – Jane, dau. of William Keating, gent, & Elizabeth, his wife.
p. 329 – 1697, June the 13 – Susanna, dau. of Will. Keating, gent, & Elizabeth, his wife.
p. 331 – 1697, Oct. ye 4 – Elisha, dau. of Maurice Keating Esqr, & Ann, his wife.

Burials:

p. 209 – 1675, Nobr ye 11 – Richard Poore, coachman to Jno Keating, Esqr.
p. 263 – 1684, Mar. the 7 – James Rumball, scrut to Ld Chief Justice Keating.
p. 374 – 1688, Aprill the 16 – James, son of James Keating, labourer,  & Catherin, his wife.
p. 412 – 1694, March ye 9 – Elizabeth, wife of John Keating, Esqr, in Mr Beckets Tomb, in the Church yard.

Marriages:

p. 348 – 1688, Nobr 17 – Married John Keating gent & Ann Busted spinster pursuant to Lycence out of the Consistory Court by [blank] Jepson Dean of St. Patrickes. This is ye day they were married although ommitted to be posted in ye right place & entered between Hudson & Birch.
p. 350 – 1695, Nou. the 7 – Married John Keating Esqre and Frances Barry of this parish spinster, by the sd Dean Pooley pursuant to Lycence issued out of the prerogatiue Court.

Source: Original data: The registers of the Church of St. Michan, Dublin. Dublin: Printed for the Parish Register Society of Dublin by A. Thom & Co., 1907. Available via Ancestry.com.

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