Men-at-the-Bar/Keating, Henry Singer

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Men-at-the-Bar by Joseph Foster
Keating, Henry Singer

Keating, Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Singer, Knt., P.C. (1875), solicitor-general 1857–8 and in 1859, judge of the court of common pleas 1859–75, M.P. Reading 1852–9, knighted 18 June, 1857, LL.D. Trin. Coll., Dublin, M.A. 1832, member of Council of Legal Education 1851–4, a student of the Inner Temple 10 Nov., 1826, called to the bar 4 May, 1832, Q.C.  , 1849, bencher 27 April, 1849, serjeant-at-law 11 Jan., 1860 (2nd son of Major-Genl. Sir Henry Sheehy Keating, K.C.B.); born 13 Jan., 1804; married 17 June, 1843, Gertrude Marianne, 3rd dau. of Major-Genl. Robert Evans, R.A.; she died  , 1864, leaving issue.

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