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Edward Keating b. 1832-43

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Re: Edward Keating b. 1832-43

Posted: 8 Mar 2013 3:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Keating, Blake, Sheridan
I know its all so silly. I do know that so many transcription errors I have seen. With and Irish or English accent... "Keating" does sound like "Caton" or Katen". ALso, if the person writing it was not listing well enough Nathan can even sound like Keating. Hmmm. Yes, the name Nathan has never appeared in my line anywhere. It is absolutely 100% my correct family. (My mom knew this line very well) ...Her aunt knew them personally, and my mom knew some of them. So ..it's certain. Anyway...I have to be really careful because ironically there is another Edward Keating married to a Margaret.(My Margaret is Margaret Blake daughter of John Blake and Nora Sheridan). They also have children (a couple of them not all ) with similar names if not the same. ). I am focused on New Haven Ct and Redding Ridge Fairfield County. That for sure, I have them tied to. I know they were NOT married in Ireland. My guess...Connecticut . Their first child Margaret was born in New Haven I believe.
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SuzanneF63 25 Jan 2013 6:32PM GMT 
AnnetteCode 19 Feb 2013 5:58AM GMT 
SuzanneF63 19 Feb 2013 2:23PM GMT 
AnnetteCode 19 Feb 2013 3:59PM GMT 
SuzanneF63 8 Mar 2013 4:23AM GMT 
AnnetteCode 8 Mar 2013 5:41AM GMT 
SuzanneF63 8 Mar 2013 10:04PM GMT 
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