Americans Killed and Wounded in Fighting on the French Front (5 February 1919)

Americans Killed and Wounded in Fighting on the French Front […] Wounded (Degree undetermined, Previously Reported Missing in Action). […] Privates: […] Keating, Richard A., Woodman, Wis. Source: Americans Killed and Wounded in Fighting on the French Front, The Washington 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 …

Dorothy C. (Shepardson) Keating (? – 2007)

Keating, Dorothy C. Irondequoit: Wednesday, December 12, 2007. Predeceased by her husband, Frank. She is survived by her sons, Thomas (Linda), Frank, Jr., and Richard Keating; brother, Raymond (Nancy) Shepardson of Rochester; sisters, Joan Kingslack of PA & Ruth Repnyck Read More …

Mrs. Annah Emlen (Stone) Blye

Mrs. Annah Emlen Stone Blye 23727 Born in Clinton, Ohio Widow of W. Blye Descendant of Richard Keating, of Maine. Daughter of Luther Cory Stone and Lucy Keating, his wife. Granddaughter of Richard Keating, Jr. and Olive Matthew, his wife. 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.