Mrs. John W. Keating
Frostburg – Mrs. Elizabeth Keating, widow of the late John W. Keating, 3500 Plateau Avenue, Baltimore, died Thursday at her home following an illness of five months.
Daughter of the late George and Mary (Carney) Pope, of Garrett County, she is survived by five daughters, Sister Mary Patricia, Emmitsburg; Sister Mary Joan, Fayetteville, N.C.; Mrs. Mary Lynn Cooper, Owings Mills, and Mrs. Sarah Byrnes and Mrs. Catherine Serio, both of Baltimore; five sons, Terrance Keating, Vacaville, Calif.; John Keating, Phoenix, Ariz.; and Michael Keating, Dennis Keating and Joseph Keating, all of Baltimore; two sisters, Mrs. Lou Bowman, Baltimore, and Mrs. Genevieve Miller, Camp Hill, Pa.; two brothers, Paul C. Pope, Baltimore, and Claude S. Pope, Meyersdale, Pa., and 14 grandchildren.
Mass of the Christian Burial will be conducted at All Saints Catholic Church Baltimore, with interment in Woodlawn Cemetery, there.
Source: Mrs. John W. Keating, Cumberland Evening Times, Cumberland, Maryland, 13 September 1974, p. 18.
[My grandmother. I remember a mad dash across the country from Phoenix, and sitting in the back of the car during the viewings, mostly clueless about what was happening. – JWK3]