Looking for BDM information on Patrick Keating married to Elizabeth Burke in Tipperary Ireland about 1840

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Elizabeth and seven children migrated to Queensland AUstralia in 1863 on ship called the Golden Dream. ELizabeth died in Brisbane in 1878 aged 58 years with Patrick being noted as her deceased husband of Rosegreen Tipperary Ireland. Looking for Irish records for the Keating family in Ireland.Patrick was my great-great grandfather.
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A search at rootsireland.ie shows only one Patrick Keating dying in Tipperary between 1853 and 1863.  He died in 1863.
by Maureen Rosenfeld G2G6 Pilot (182k points)
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Hello   We can most definitely help you as Patrick Keating was my wife's gggrandfather. He never left ireland with the family, and if that information regarding the death of Patrick actually relates to 'our' Patrick, then he must have passed before the Golden Dream departed in February 1843. We have a marraige record (though not a copy of the original document) that we are happy to share with you. Kindest regards, Ian Reid, Brisbane, Australia
Thanks Ian, it appears my grandfather, David Keating , would have been brothers and part of the well known bakery family in their time. Be really good to have a copy ofvthe wedding cert. Regards John Keating
Hi John  So how do we get that information to yourself? Happy to provide my email address on this forum. Ian
Great, email is Keating@Netspace.net.au is good for this. Thanks again for your help. John Keating
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Sorry, that should have been February 1863. William Keating, their eldest, was my wife's ggrandfather. Regards Ian

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