Person    | Male  Born 9/7/1854  Died 22/9/1951

Sir William Francis Kyffin Taylor

Categories: Law

Sir William Francis Kyffin Taylor

G.B.E., K.C., Master of the Bench, 1905 - 1951, Treasurer of Inner Temple 1926. 1st and last Baron Maenan.

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Sir William Francis Kyffin Taylor

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Francis Taylor

This building, erected in 1957, is named after Sir William Francis Kyffin Tay...

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Borough Compter

Borough Compter

Courthouse and prison. The building was part of St Margaret's Church, which was closed during the reformation. It burned down in 1676 and was rebuilt in 1685. The functions moved to a new building ...

Building, Law

1 memorial
Vernon Lushington

Vernon Lushington

Born London. Lawyer and positivist. Supporter of many social causes. He introduced Dante Gabriel Rossetti to Edward Byrne-Jones. Died 36 Kensington Square.

Person, Law, Social Welfare

1 memorial
George Allen

George Allen

Father of George Maule Allen. We are grateful to Paul Frecker who found this: "Despite his partial retirement from general practice in 1892, 'there are not many days when Mr George Allen cannot be ...

Person, Law

1 memorial
Execution Dock

Execution Dock

Execution dock is where, Frog blog says: "those condemned by the High Court of Admiralty were hung. It is not true they were all pirates, most were murderers or thieves." Its precise location is no...

Place, Law, Tragedy

1 memorial
Jules Rimet

Jules Rimet

Football administrator. Born in eastern France. Initially a lawyer, in 1897 he started a sports club called Red Star which did not discriminate against individuals on the basis of class. He was inv...

Person, Law, Sport / Games, France

1 memorial