My great grandfather Ned Rodgers usually had a boarder or two in his house at 4025 East 89th, Cleveland–in addition to his family of nine–and his daughter Margaret Cushing kept up the tradition. In 1920 she had a boarder named Con Keating ...
This website includes a picture of the 1922 second grade class at Holy Name Parish on Broadway on the southeast side of Cleveland. My mother was in that class and identified most of the children in the picture. She identified the fourth young woman from our left in the last row as Genevieve Parle. There was a Genevieve Parle living in the area who is most likely her.
Marguerite Tulley was born April 25, 1913, in Cleveland, the daughter of Simon F Tulley and Mary Keating. In 1920 the family was living at 4140 East 139th Street, and Marguerite's father was a rivet worker.
In 1942, Mr Jim T. D. Keating of 2121 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Maryland, received a letter from D. C. Keating of Rockchapel, County Cork, Ireland ... Can this postmark and letter help us locate Mr Keating’s origins in Ireland?