Related Family Groups

Over time, I’ve posted multiple stories that are obviously about members of the same family, sometimes spanning several generations. I try to give each family a name, usually based on their location in most of the stories. Note that not all of these families are actually related to me, I just happened to notice family groups as I’ve gone along.

As I find these groupings, I’ll add them here. If in my own database (as many Maryland Keatings are), I’ll add the public version of the family tree as well.

4 Replies to “Related Family Groups”

  1. chasing parents of Thomas Keating b 1825/6 married at Bendigo 31/03/1856 & died Bendigo 31/07/1871. Married Margaret McDonnell ( both emigrated to Australia during Gold Rush c1852/54. Father was John Keating & mother Catherine Walsh according to son’s death certificate. Father as farmer from Tipperary.

  2. Phillip Popp was my g. g. grandfather. Do you have any pictures of him or Doreatha, or any of their children? I have pictures of Lewis, his wife, and their 4 sons. Charles was my grandfather.

  3. I am trying to find a copy of Mary Keating Gerguric’s Keating Genealogy, c 1980. Anyone know this document or her work? Mart’s obit is online, so she is dead. Thank you

  4. Keating family from Mitchelstown, Condons & Clangibbon, Brigown, Co Cork, IRL;
    Paddy Finnigan in Ireland (Apr 1973 ( told us that Robt. E. Keating’s father was a Draper (Clothing Store) in Mitchelstown, Co.Cork, Mary was working there and that is how she met Rob. Drapers (Clothes, shoes, dry goods, were a clothing business).Robert was a bookkeeper by trade, the family lived in town, not on a farm. MARR: Sponsors at their wedding were Michael & Hanora Gorman. His wife was Mary Frances Gorman (O’Gorman).They came first to Newark, Essex, New Jersey, then on to Chicago, IL.

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