Dublin Keatings: 1849 Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland

Title First Name Middle Name Surname Suffix Job Description Address Property Value Page(s) Notes Mrs. Keating 1 Parnell terrace & South Circular road 16L 530, 800 p800 “Miss Keating” Mrs. Keating 2 Blessington street 45L 530, 681 Ambrose Keating vintner Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1847 Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland

Title First Name Middle Name Surname Suffix Job Description Address Property Value Page(s) Notes Keating printers 50 Stafford street 526, 802, 897 p. 526, “Keating Brothers” Mrs. Keating 2 Synnot place 50£ 526, 803 Mrs. Keating 1 Parnell terrace & Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1842 Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack

Prefix First Name Middle Name Surname Suffix Job Description Address Page(s) Notes Ambrose Keating vintner 163 Thomas court 734, 787 Charles Keating silversmith 47 Henry street 474, 668, 762 p668, also “Christopher Carroll, carver, gilder, and looking gass manufacturer” Charles Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1835 Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland

Prefix First Name Middle Name Surname Suffix Job Description Address Page(s) Notes Misses Keating boarding school 22 Kildare street 73, 269, 407 On p407, “Seminaries for Young Ladies” The Misses Keating 16 Lower Gardiner street 73, 250 Same address as Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1833 Dublin Freeman’s Journal Advertisement

An extra entry for today, as I’ve made mention of it in the past. In the 1830 Wilson’s Dublin Directory is listed an “Eliza Keating”, teacher. I found an advertisement of hers within The Freeman’s Journal, a newspaper published in Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1830 Wilson’s Dublin Directory

Prefix First Name Middle Name Surname Job Description Address Page(s) Notes The Misses Keating Boarding school 22 Kildare street 88 Ambrose Keating Spirit Stores 163 Thomas street 88 C. and R. Keating Starch and Stone blue manufacturing 193 Great Britain Read More …

Dublin Keatings: 1815 Gentleman’s and Citizen’s Almanack

Prefix First Name Middle Name Surname Suffix Job Description Address Page(s) Notes Keating and Kennedy Silk Manufacturers 1 Hanover street 65 Ambrose Keating Inn-keeper 163 Thomas street 65 C. and R. Keating Starch and stone-blue-manufacturers 193 Great Britain street 65 Read More …

An Account Of John Charles Keating

There are two letters written by children of John C. Keating that helped me start my research. Though written many years after the events described, and I’ve since found that some of the details (such as dates) are not precise, Read More …

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

Baptisms: p. 61 – february ye 4th 1653 was * Hiland daughter to * & Mary his wife. p. 61 – Jun. ye 24th 1654 was * Hiland daughter to Martin * Mary his wife. p. 61 – May ye Read More …

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, Read More …

University of Dublin Graduates (Summer 1595 – 1866)

Keating (Edward), Sch., 1796. – B. A., Vern. 1798. – M. B., Æst. 1802. Keating (George), B. A., Hiem. 1788. Keating (Henry Kamplee), B. A., Vern. 1847. Keating (Henry Singer), B. A., Vern. 1828. – M. A., Nov. 1832. Keating Read More …

Biography – Robert Keating (1834 – ??)

ROBERT KEATING. To that representative business man and citizen, Robert Keating, two provinces of enterprise have afforded the opportunities of success. In the earlier part of Mr. Keating’s long residence in Buffalo he won distinction and acquired wealth in manufactures. Read More …

Keatings of Maine

More information on non-related Keatings from Google Books. This one deals with a family of Keatings in Maine. Read on for more.