Joseph Keble

(1632—1710) lawyer and writer

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Joseph Keble was born in London and died there on 28 August 1710. He was educated at St Andrew's Parish School, Holborn and at Oxford University, migrating from Jesus College to All Souls. He was made a Fellow (by the Parliamentary Visitors) in 1648 and awarded a BCL in 1655. He was admitted to Gray's Inn in 1647, called to the Bar in 1658 and became a Bencher in 1677. He was Reporter at the King's Bench Bar from 1661 until his death.


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