Person    | Male  Born 14/1/1782  Died 19/1/1873

Stephen Lushington

Doctor of Civil Law, judge, MP, supporter of the campaigns for the abolition of slavery and of capital punishment. Born Berkshire. Died Surrey.

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Stephen Lushington

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Buxton Memorial Fountain

Due to strong shadows it was only on our fourth visit that we managed to take...

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King's Bench

King's Bench

The King's Bench, as opposed to, The Common Bench, was initially where the King, with his advisors, would hear and decide on matters requiring his involvement. In some form it dates back to King Al...

Place, Law, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Corporal Harold John Strangward

Corporal Harold John Strangward

Harold John Strangward was born on 30 January 1884 in Marylebone, London, the youngest of the six children of Robert Strangward (1840-1919) and Emily Strangward née Hawkins (1845-1905). His birth w...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, Transport, France, Wales

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Doctor's Commons

Doctor's Commons

Also called the College of Civilians, this was a society of lawyers practising civil (as opposed to common) law. The buildings where the court proceedings took place also had a big library and room...

Building, Law

1 memorial
Society of Black Lawyers

Society of Black Lawyers

Legal group established with the objectives of working towards the elimination of racial discrimination within the legal profession and the achievement of true equality of opportunity and equal acc...

Group, Law, Race Issues

1 memorial
Captain Hugh Ince Webb-Bowen

Captain Hugh Ince Webb-Bowen

Despite extensive research we have been unable to trace a Henry Ince Webb-Bowen who played for the London Welsh Rugby Club, who was born in 1878 and who died in 1915 in WW1. We believe whoever comm...

Person, Armed Forces, Law, Sport / Games, Egypt, India, South Africa, Turkey, Wales

War dead, WW1
1 memorial