Howard John Keating

M, b. 1887, d. 1946
FatherGeorge Keating b. 20 Jan 1847, d. 27 Nov 1920
MotherMartha Jane Selman b. 1854, d. 1949
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Howard John Keating was born in 1887 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1946 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

Isabella Susanna Keating

F, b. 20 May 1850, d. 8 December 1930
FatherThomas Keating d. b 1866
Last Edited24 Apr 2009
     Her married name was Hodgetts. Isabella Susanna Keating was born on 20 May 1850 at Westbury, Tasmania, Australia. She married Henry Hodgetts, son of James Hodgetts and Mary Fagan, on 13 June 1867 at Longford, Tasmania, Australia. Isabella Susanna Keating died on 8 December 1930 at McCraes Hills, Cressy, Tasmania, Australia, at age 80.

Family

Henry Hodgetts b. 1 Jan 1845, d. 22 Sep 1910
Children

James Keating

M, b. 27 March 1825
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherElizabeth Aldgate d. 3 Apr 1827
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     James Keating was born on 27 March 1825.

Convict James William Keating

M, b. 1753, d. 1806
ConvictY
ReferenceK-17675-JWc
Last Edited16 Feb 2019
     Convict James William Keating was born in 1753 at England. He was convicted on 30 October 1802 at Dublin, Ireland,
The following reproduced from the book: “The Brave Old Pioneers”. “A history of the Hodgetts Family in Australia”, with kind permission from the author Richard John Hodgetts.
James William Keating was tried in Dublin and sentenced to life. He was transported on the ship "Atlas" which arrived in Sydney on 30 October 1802. (James’s wife, Ann Middlebrooke), was also a convict.
By 1805 James and Ann were living in a small cottage at York Cove, Van Dieman’s Land. James was the settlements cooper.
On 18 January 1805 James was involved in a theft from the Government stores. Considered a serious and capital offence, and there being no court system in Van Diemen’s Land at that time, James was unable to be tried at York Town. With three other offenders (soldiers) he was sent to Sydney for trial. The trial by the Judge Advocate took place in Sydney on 1 February 1806 and included the three soldiers, now prisoners, Thomas Baker, John Roberts, Thomas England as well as James Keating. From the testimonial of various witnesses it was alleged that on January 18th 1805, sometime between , five and seven thirty in the evening, James Keating the Cooper was asked to secure the tops of two casks of pork situated in the stores which were not sufficiently secured to the satisfaction of the Sergeant of the Guard. Later, at about eight thirty, Keating was seen in the store by John Harris, a servant of the Deputy Commissioner of Yorktown, taking at pieces of pork from the cast and placing them in a sugar bag that he gave John Roberts who proceeded to walk past the sentry Thomas England and go to Keating’s house where he threw the bag onto the kitchen for.
Harris challenged Roberts at Keating's house and proceeded to find and inform the authorities. Robert’s, quick to get rid of the pork asked Thomas Baker to take the bag to Thomas England the stores sentry, indicating that he had been in on it by turning a blind eye. A little while later however the guard was turned out and Baker was apprehended with 35 pounds of pork in a sack of which Baker now stated he was taking to the Governors kitchen after finding it. He later admitted that the prisoner Roberts had told him where to find it and take to the Governors kitchen but he was unaware of what was in the sack. The offence, although appearing trivial and opportunistic, was considered most serious due to the extreme threat of starvation in the colony and the authorities run it too willing to make examples of offenders. In their defence Keating in England denied knowledge of crime, while Baker maintained that he did not know what was in the bag that he had been asked by Roberts to deliver to the Governors kitchen. All were convicted and Keating and one of the soldiers, Thomas England, were sentenced to death and the other two received seven and fourteen year sentences. The Judge Advocate, Richard Atkins unsympathetically remarked that the crime was most heinous and inexcusable.
Keating was taken on board the ship “Estremina” and first stopped off at Port Dalrymple, where Keating escaped into the bush but was captured three days later in his wife's cottage. England was hanged, the first man never to be hanged in Tasmania, Keating was to be the second. “Estremina” arrived in Hobart on Thursday, April 10, and Keating was landed next morning and lodged under guard in a private house. The Government was very keen to set an example of the convict Keating and any soldiers for that matter and is ordered that he be publicly hanged before all convicts and soldiers. The Rev Bobby Knopwood was assigned to attend him and recorded in his journal that he “attended James Keating all the day to near 11 PM”. On Monday the 14th Rev Lockwood again recorded the following. “At daylight went to see the said James Keating and continued with him till 8.30. I went to him again and administer the Sacrament and continued with him. We went together to the place of execution; he prayed fervently and was truly prepared to meet his unhappy fate. At 10 he was numbered with the dead”. He arrived 30 October 1802 in Port Jackson, New South Wales, Australia from England on the convict transport ship 'Atlas'. He married Convict Ann Middlebrooke circa 1803. Convict James William Keating died in 1806 at Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.

Family

Convict Ann Middlebrooke b. 1757, d. 26 Oct 1841
Child

James William Dalrymple Keating

M, b. 1867, d. 4 April 1868
FatherJohn Keating b. 7 Aug 1831, d. 4 Dec 1889
MotherFanny Wood b. 1845, d. 21 Oct 1920
ReferenceK-17676-JWD
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     James William Dalrymple Keating was born in 1867 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He died on 4 April 1868 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

James William Dalrymple Keating

M, b. 1877, d. 6 April 1951
FatherJohn Keating b. 7 Aug 1831, d. 4 Dec 1889
MotherFanny Wood b. 1845, d. 21 Oct 1920
ReferenceK-17677-JWD
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     James William Dalrymple Keating was born in 1877 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He died on 6 April 1951 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

Jane Keating

F, b. 27 July 1845, d. 28 February 1846
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited23 Oct 2009
     Jane Keating was born on 27 July 1845 at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She died on 28 February 1846 at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia.

Jessie Mabel Keating

F, b. 1870, d. 25 January 1921
FatherJohn Keating b. 7 Aug 1831, d. 4 Dec 1889
MotherFanny Wood b. 1845, d. 21 Oct 1920
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Jessie Mabel Keating was born in 1870 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. She died on 25 January 1921 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

John Keating

M, b. 7 August 1831, d. 4 December 1889
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited23 Oct 2009
     John Keating was christened on 7 August 1831. He was born on 7 August 1831 at Norfolk Plains, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He married Anne Boxhall in 1858 at Longford, Tasmania, Australia. John Keating married Fanny Wood on 31 July 1866 at Essendon Hotel, Essendon, Victoria, Australia. John Keating died on 4 December 1889 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia, at age 58. He died on 7 December 1889 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia, at age 58.

Family 1

Anne Boxhall d. b 1866

Family 2

Fanny Wood b. 1845, d. 21 Oct 1920
Children

John Charles Oliver Keating

M, b. 1872, d. 26 December 1924
FatherJohn Keating b. 7 Aug 1831, d. 4 Dec 1889
MotherFanny Wood b. 1845, d. 21 Oct 1920
Last Edited10 Aug 2014
     John Charles Oliver Keating was born in 1872 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He married Mary Elizabeth Gibbs in 1895 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. John Charles Oliver Keating died on 26 December 1924 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

Family

Mary Elizabeth Gibbs b. 1867, d. 22 Mar 1953
Children

John Edward Keating

M, b. 1897, d. 25 April 1950
FatherJohn Charles Oliver Keating b. 1872, d. 26 Dec 1924
MotherMary Elizabeth Gibbs b. 1867, d. 22 Mar 1953
Last Edited10 Aug 2014
     John Edward Keating was born in 1897 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He married Lily Rosabella Mullett in 1923 at Victoria, Australia. John Edward Keating died on 25 April 1950 at Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Family

Lily Rosabella Mullett b. 1892, d. 11 Apr 1965
Child

John Frederick Keating

M, b. 1928, d. 1977
FatherJohn Edward Keating b. 1897, d. 25 Apr 1950
MotherLily Rosabella Mullett b. 1892, d. 11 Apr 1965
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     John Frederick Keating was born in 1928. He died in 1977 at Moonee Ponds, Victoria, Australia.

Maria Keating

F, b. 9 November 1839, d. 13 November 1909
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited26 Aug 2014
     Her married name was Evans. Maria Keating was born on 9 November 1839 at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She married John W. Evans in 1862 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. Maria Keating died on 13 November 1909 at Kyneton, Victoria, Australia, at age 70.

Family

John W. Evans b. 14 Dec 1834
Children

Mary Ann Keating

F, b. 18 March 1833, d. 1895
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
ReferenceK-17687-MA
Last Edited10 Sep 2014
     Her married name was Gelfius. Her married name was Simmonds. Mary Ann Keating was born on 13 March 1833 at Cressy, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She was christened on 18 March 1833 at Cressy, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She married Edward Simmonds on 21 April 1854 at Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. Mary Ann Keating married John Gelfius in 1883. Mary Ann Keating died in 1895 at Long Gully, Victoria, Australia.

Family 1

Edward Simmonds d. 1879
Children

Family 2

John Gelfius b. c 1832, d. 1915

Mary Rosalie Marcellus Keating

F, b. 1900, d. 1927
FatherEdward Simmonds Keating b. 1855, d. 1934
MotherMary Anne Jane Morand b. 1857, d. 2 Oct 1946
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Mary Rosalie Marcellus Keating was born in 1900 at Melton, Victoria, Australia. She died in 1927 at Sunshine, Victoria, Australia.

Norman John Keating

M, b. 1 March 1907, d. 22 March 1907
FatherAlbert Edward Keating b. 1876, d. 25 Sep 1962
MotherEllen Foskett Stockton b. 1879, d. 16 Nov 1970
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Norman John Keating was born on 1 March 1907 at Fairfield, Victoria, Australia. He died on 22 March 1907 at Carlton, Victoria, Australia.

Percival Roy Keating

M, b. 1892, d. 1967
FatherGeorge Keating b. 20 Jan 1847, d. 27 Nov 1920
MotherMartha Jane Selman b. 1854, d. 1949
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Percival Roy Keating was born in 1892 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He died in 1967 at Kyneton, Victoria, Australia.

Reginald Gordon Keating

M, b. 1894, d. 9 June 1936
FatherGeorge Keating b. 20 Jan 1847, d. 27 Nov 1920
MotherMartha Jane Selman b. 1854, d. 1949
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Reginald Gordon Keating was born in 1894 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia. He died on 9 June 1936 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia.

Richard Myles Keating

M, b. 1864, d. 24 September 1948
MotherAlice Esther Graham b. 9 Sep 1834, d. 11 Apr 1893
Last Edited8 Jan 2013
     Richard Myles Keating was born in 1864 at Maitland, New South Wales, Australia. He married Ellen Kelly in 1885 at New South Wales, Australia. Richard Myles Keating died on 24 September 1948 at Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.

Family

Ellen Kelly b. 1867, d. 3 Nov 1928

Sarah D Keating

F, b. 18 August 1836, d. 1872
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited26 Aug 2014
     Sarah D Keating was born on 18 August 1836 at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She died in 1872 at Victoria, Australia.

Susannah Keating

F, b. 11 December 1835, d. 1855
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited26 Aug 2014
     Her married name was Miller. Susannah Keating was also known as Susannah KEATING. She was born on 11 December 1835 at Longford, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. She died in 1855 at Coburg, Victoria, Australia.

Family

Child

Tasmania Dalrymple Keating

M, b. 20 September 1852, d. 7 February 1879
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited23 Oct 2009
     Tasmania Dalrymple Keating was born on 20 September 1852 at Westbury, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He died on 7 February 1879 at Woodend, Victoria, Australia, at age 26.

Tasmania Dalrymple Keating

M, b. 1895, d. 1977
FatherEdward Simmonds Keating b. 1855, d. 1934
MotherMary Anne Jane Morand b. 1857, d. 2 Oct 1946
Last Edited9 Aug 2014
     Tasmania Dalrymple Keating was born in 1895 at Melton, Victoria, Australia. He married Ruby Rachel Edmonds in 1919 at Victoria, Australia. Tasmania Dalrymple Keating died in 1977 at Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.

Family

Ruby Rachel Edmonds b. 1889, d. 8 May 1944
Child

Thomas Keating

M, b. 16 May 1829, d. 1894
FatherWilliam Dalrymple Keating b. 11 Nov 1804, d. 11 Aug 1884
MotherHannah Hodgetts b. 31 Jul 1812, d. 18 Oct 1891
Last Edited26 Aug 2014
     Thomas Keating was christened on 16 May 1829. He was born on 16 May 1829 at Launceston, Van Diemen's Land, Australia. He died in 1894 at Deloraine, Tasmania, Australia.

Thomas Keating

M, d. before 1866
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Thomas Keating died before 1866.

Family

Child

Tillie Maud Keating

F, b. 1888, d. 1972
FatherEdward Simmonds Keating b. 1855, d. 1934
MotherMary Anne Jane Morand b. 1857, d. 2 Oct 1946
Last Edited9 Mar 2009
     Tillie Maud Keating was born in 1888 at Melton, Victoria, Australia. She died in 1972 at Glen Waverley, Victoria, Australia.