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I am researching the origins of the Keating family of Ireland, particularly the branch related to Samuel Keating (1923-1999) who was born in Dundalk but who who lived most of his early life in Portlaoise, outside of Dublin, before moving to England in the early 1950's.

My branch of the family appears to be centred in the northern part of the island of Ireland, around Dundalk and the County of Monaghan. There are also unsubstantiated links to a number of Keatings (circ.1860) centred in the North of Ireland in the seaside village of Donaghadee and in the County of Monaghan town of Clones. Samuel is a family naming tradition.

Any help would be appreciated.
Origins of the Keating family in Ireland & the UK
Updated September 5, 2000

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Anthony Keating
anthony_keating@hotmail.com


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