Keblov is a municipality and village in Benešov District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
The first written record of the village comes from the year 1295 as property of the Prague Bishops.
The fortress lay here, the first mention of it is from 1437, when a certain Jan Husovec sold the fortress Zaháj with a court to the burgher Jan Matys from Hostina. The remains of the fortress have been preserved in the forest on the eastern edge of the village. Its remains are a round hill still surrounded by a muddy moat. It was a towering fortress.
Another mention was made in the second half of the 17th century, when it is stated that during the Thirty Years' War it was destroyed and therefore Jan Matys built a replacement wooden fortress in 1670, after which the fortress remained a well. Jan Matys then left the seat and built a brick fortress.
Jan Matys died in 1702 and is buried in the Keblovský church. His tombstone is on the floor of the church.
The Keblov fortress then lost its significance as a manor house and was rebuilt into a granary, and the event disappeared without a trace.
The history of territorial evolution covers the period from 1850 to the present. The chronological overview shows the territorial administrative affiliation of the municipality in the & nbsp; year in which the change took place:
1850 Czech lands, region Pardubice, political district Ledeč, court district Dolní Kralovice
1855 Czech lands, region Čáslav, court district Dolní Kralovice
1868 Czech land, political district Ledeč, court district Dolní Kralovice
1939 Czech lands, Oberlandrat Německý Brod, Ledeč nad Sázavou political district, Dolní Kralovice court district
1942 Czech lands, Oberlandrat Tábor, political district Ledeč nad Sázavou, court district Dolní Kralovice
1945 Czech lands, administrative district of Ledeč nad Sázavou, court district of Dolní Kralovice
1949 Jihlava Region, Ledeč nad Sázavou District
1960 Central Bohemian Region, Benešov District
2003 Central Bohemian Region, Benešov District, municipality with & nbsp; extended powers Vlašim
In the village of Keblov (belonging to Sedlice, 470 inhabitants, post office, Catholic church) the following trades and shops were registered in 1932: production of pumps, 2 inns, blacksmith, Cooperative distillery for Keblov, mill, 2 shoemakers, sawmill, butcher, 3 general stores, Savings and backup association for Keblov, 2 newsagents, 2 carpenters.