John Keating, Jr., 1820. – Was the son of John Keating, Baron of France, who, at the outbreak of the French revolution, came to America and settled in Philadelphia. He was a member of the Philadelphia Bar, admitted to practice December 24, 1818. He died young, less than six years after his admission, on July 27, 1824. He married, May 19, 1824, Elizabeth Borden Hopkinson, daughter of Judge Joseph Hopkinson, of the United States District Court. Mr. Keating served as one of the Counsellors of the Society from March 17, 1821, until the time of his death.
Source: Campbell, John Hugh, History of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and of the Hibernian Society for the Relief of Emigrants from Ireland, published in 1892 by The Hibernian Society, Philadelphia, p. 441. Available via books.google.com.