Person    | Male  Born 8/11/1829  Died 22/6/1910

Alfred George Marten

Son of Robert Giles Marten. Admitted to Inner Temple in 1852 and became a QC, County Court Judge and knighted in 1896. MP for Cambridge. Was Treasurer of the Temple in 1893. Died St Leonard's on Sea.

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Alfred George Marten

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E. E. Woods

E. E. Woods

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Chrystal MacMillan

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Claudius George Algar

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F. Brader

F. Brader

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Sir Tasker Watkins

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