Thomas Keane

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155 Greendykes Road, Broxburn

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See full record, LVSAV2010.139.173

Newspaper References


KEANE-POXON - At Holy Rood R.C. Church, Barnsley, on 18th February, 1950, by the Rev. Canon W.C. Hudson, with Nuptial Mass, Anthony, second son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keane, 155 Greendykes Road, Broxburn, to Gladys, third daughter of Mr and Mrs Eric Poxon, 7 Bridge Street, Barnsley, Yorks.

West Lothian Courier, 24 February 1950


KEANE-BELL - At St. Charles R.C. Church, Gosforth, Newcastle, on 23rd February, 1957, by Rev. Fr McElduff, with Nuptial Mass, Michael, fifth son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keane, Greendykes Road, Broxburn, to Nora Bell, daughter of Mrs E. Bell, 51 Elsdon Road, Gosforth, Newcastle.

West Lothian Courier, 8 March 1957


An Edinburgh solicitor, who is a native of Broxburn, Mr Francis Joseph Keane, has been appointed Depute Procurator-Fiscal at Perth. Mr Keane, who is 26 years of age, is the youngest of a family of six sons of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keane of Greendykes Road, and he received his preliminary education at St. Nicholas Catholic School and St. Mary's Senior Secondary School, Bathgate. Later he continued his studies in Aberdeen and Rome, and finished his education at Edinburgh University, where he graduated B.L., two years ago. A married man, his present address is 451 Lawnmarket, Edinburgh. Mr Keane takes up his new appointment on 1st July next. We congratulate our townsfellow on his appointment and wish him every success in his new sphere.

West Lothian Courier, 16 June 1961


KEANE-KELLY - At Ealing Abbey, on 8th September, 1962, with Nuptial Mass and Papal Blessing, by the Abbot of Ealing, Rt, Rev. Rupert Hall, D.S.B., Patrick James Keane, fourth son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Keane, Greendykes Road, Broxburn, to Christine Mary Kelly, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Kelly, B.A., 2 Queen's Gardens, Ealing, W.5.

West Lothian Courier, 21 September 1962.