Joseph Jekyll (1754–1837)
Joseph Jekyll FRS (1 January 1754 – 8 March 1837) was a British Member of Parliament for Calne, Wiltshire.
He was the eldest son of Capt. Edward Jekyll, R.N., of Haverfordwest and educated at Westminster School (1766–1770) and Christ Church, Oxford, where he was awarded BA in 1774 and MA in 1777. He trained for the law at Lincoln's Inn from 1769 and was called to the bar in 1778.
He died in London in 1837. He had married in 1801 Maria, the daughter of MP Hans Sloane, with whom he had two sons.
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