Mary V. (Keating) Conley (10 July 1921 – 26 March 2006)

Mary V. (Keating) Conley July 10, 1921 – March 26, 2006 Mendon, MA MENDON – Mary V. (Keating) Conley, 84, of Mendon, died Sunday, March 26, 2006 in the Shrewsbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Shrewsbury. Mrs. Conley was born Read More …

Geoffrey Thomas Keating (10 June 1930 – 17 November 2011)

In Memory of Geoffrey Thomas Keating June 10, 1930 – November 17, 2011 Peacefully, following a brief illness on November 17, 2011 GEOFFREY T. KEATING, born June 10, 1930 in Quincy, MA to G. Walter and Mary Twomey Keating. He Read More …

John Keating and his Forbears

Note: Despite the similarites in names and geography, I know of no relationship to John Keating. However, having said that, I would love to find a familial link to this distinguished family. At the bottom of this article, I’ve included Read More …

Geoffrey Keating and the History of the Keating Family

The Very Rev. Dr. Geoffrey Keating the Herodotus of Ireland, the foremost and ablest in the sixteenth century, or, indeed, at any period, in defending the truth of Ireland’s history, was of Norman descent. The illustrious Irish scholar and erudite Read More …

The Family of Madame Keating, Superior of the Monastery of the Visitation

Madame Keating, Superior of the Monastery of the Visitation at Frederick, Md., was the daughter of Captain John Keating, of the French service, a chevalier of the Order of St. Louis. Captain Keating was the son of Baron Keating, of Read More …

The Origins of the Keating Name

An extract from the “Memoir of the Father Geoffrey Keating, D. D.”, by Michael Doheny, Esq. This memoir makes up part of the introduction to John O’Mahony’s translation of Geoffrey Keating’s “The History of Ireland” (in Irish Gaelic, “Foras Feasa Read More …