Keatings in the Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society: 1680

Earlier this year, I started gathering a collection of citations from online issues of the Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society and Surround Districts. Lots of gems in here on Keatings in the Co. Kildare area, and I’d like to do the same with other available journals (as well as find a good source for issues not readily available online). I ordered the entries in my notes by the earliest year referenced in each article. I’ve some ideas for a searchable database containing these entries, but for now, here they are in article form.

Two-fer Tuesday today! (Since they’re short and appear to be about the same person.)

Name, Residence, and Occupation of Intestate. Date of Administration
Keating, Arthur, Clonagh 1680

Cary, George Sydney. “Index to the Intestate Administration of the Diocese of Kildare, in the Public Record Office of Kildare.” Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society and Surrounding Districts V (1906-1908): 185-192. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Journal_of_the_Co_Kildare_Archaeological/YiIvAAAAMAAJ (accessed March 3, 2021).

D. == Date of will, in the absence of date of probate.

Testator’s Name and Residence Date of Probate
Keating, Arthur D. 1680

Cary, Sydney. “Index to the Wills of the Diocese of Kildare, in the Public Record Office of Ireland .” Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society and Surrounding Districts IV (1903-1905): 473-318. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Journal_of_the_Co_Kildare_Archaeological/rSIvAAAAMAAJ (accessed February 27, 2021).

One Reply to “Keatings in the Journal of the Co. Kildare Archaeological Society: 1680”

  1. My fourth great uncle may have been John Keating born in Adair Parish, Limerick, Ireland on 20 Sept 1760.His family left Ireland for religious reasons and he served in the Walsh regiment to protect French royalty, He earned the Chevalier Award and was elevated to be a baron. Under his command was platoon leader Napoleon Bonaparte. John had a twin brother William who may have been my great great great grandfather .John and William were educated in France and were medical doctors. John became involved with moving arms to Haiti for the American Revolutionary War and moved to Philadelphia. He bought land in Northern Pennsylvania to set up a place for French nobles to escape the French Revolution. Some of them moved to that area and hated living in the woods and went back to meet the guillotine. William eventually settled in Canada. John also purchased thousands of acres in McKean and Potter Counties, PA. My family owns some of the Keating lands and I would like to include a picture of John Keating. But I could not find a way to do it. John died in 1860 in Wilmington Delaware

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