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South-eastern circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple 7 May, 1870, called to the bar 27 Jan.,
1873 (eldest son of late John Grain, of Tever-
sham, CO. Cambridge) ; bom , 1839.

4, Temple Gardens, E.G.

Grain, Richard Comey, public enter-
tainer, went the Western circuit, a student of
the Inner Temple 27 April, 1863 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 30 April, 1866 (youngest son
of John Grain, Esq., of Teversham, co. Cam-
bridge) ; bom , 1844.
180, New Bond Street, W.

Grainger, Charles Edward, LL.B.
Trin. Coll., Camb., a student of Lincoln's Inn

28 June, 1878 (then aged 19), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1881 (eldest son of Charles Thornton
Grainger, of London, merchant) ; bom 1859.

ig, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.

Granger, Thomas Colpitis, a mem
ber of the North-eastern circuit, a student of
the Inner Temple 21 Feb., 1871 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (3rd son of late
Thomas Colpitts Granger, Q.C., and of the
Inner Temple) ; bom , 1853.

6, Montpelier Row, Twickenham ; i, Essex Court,
Temple, E.G.

Grant, Colin Campbell, special
pleader and Scotch conveyancer, matric. Univ.
Edinburgh and a member of the General
Council, a student of the Middle Temple 20
Nov., 1865, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1868 (2nd
son of Rev. James Grant, D.D., D.C.L, minister
of St. Mary's Church, Edinburgh) ; bom ,

Edinburgh.

Grant, Corrie Brighton, author of
Notes on the Agricultural Holdings Act 1883,
of A Short Treatise on the Ground Game Act
1880, a member of the North-eastern circuit, a
student of the Middle Temple 21 Nov., 1874,
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1877 (eldest son of
James Brighton Grant, Esq., of London) ; born
14 Nov., 1850.

I Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, E.G. ; residence, 6,
Kings Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.



Grant, George Hector, M.A., Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1884, a student of the Inner Temple
12 Nov., 1880 (then aged 22), called to the bar 17
Nov., 1884 (eldest son of George Grant, of
Glasgow, manufacturer, dec.) ; bom 1858.

35, Bruton Street, W.

Grant, John Glasgow, practises
before the supreme court of Barbados, a student
of the Middle Temple 31 May, 1836, called to
the bar 24 May, 1839 (2nd son of Francis Bell
Grant, Esq., of Barbados, dec.) ; born ,

Barbados.

Grant, John Peter, B.A. Trin. Coll.,

Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 21 Nov.,
1879 (then aged 19), called to the bar 6 June,
1883 (eldest son of John Peter Grant, of Rothie-
murchus, co. Inverness, late Bengal C.S.,
and grandson of Sir John Peter Grant, G.C.M.G.,
K.C.B., It. -governor of Bengal 1859-62, governor
of Jamaica 1866-73); born , i860.

Gare of 37, Upper Grosvenor Street, W.

Grant, Thomas Wentworth, a mem-
ber of the South-eastern circuit, a student of
the Inner Temple i Nov., 1880 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 6 June, 1883 (eldest son of
Thomas George Grant, superintendent of royal
dockyard Deptford) ; born , 1858.

3, Middle Temple Lane, E.G.

Grant, WiUie, LL.B. Madras Univ.,
practises before the High Court at Madras, a
student of the Middle Temple 22 June, 1878,
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (4th son of
Cyrus Grant, Esq., of Madras) ; born ,
Madras.

Grantham, William, Q.C., M.P. East

Surrey since 1874, member of the Bar Com-
mittee since Dec, 1883, J. P., deputy chairman
quarter sessions East Sussex, went the South-
eastern circuit, educated at King's Coll. School,
London, lord of the manor of Camois Court, a
student of the Inner Temple 30 April, i860
(then aged 24), studentship Jan., 1863, called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1863, Q.C. 13 Feb., 1877, bencher
30 April, 1880 (younger son of George Grantham,
Esq., of Barcombe Place, Sussex, dec.) ; born
23 Oct., 1835; married 15 Feb., 1865, Emma,
eldest dau. of late Richard Wilson, Esq., of
Chiddingley, Sussex, and Brighton.

Barcombe Place, near Lewes ; 82, St. George's Square,
S.W. I 6, Grown Office Row, Temple, E.C. ; Carlton and
St. Stephen's Clubs.

Grapel, William, M.A., St. John's
Coll., Camb., 1850, author of Sources of the
Roman Civil l^aw and of Translation of the
Institutes of Justinian, taxing officer on South-
eastern circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 24
April, 1847 (then aged 25), called to the bar 6
June, 1853 (only son of William Grapel, of
Liverpool) ; born 7 June, 1822.

10, Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, N.W. ; Oriental
and Garrick Clubs.

Grasett, John, M.A., Trin. Coll.,
Camb., 1853, equity draftsman and conveyancer,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 14 Nov., 1851 (then
aged 23), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1855
(youngest son of William Grasett, Esq., late of
Ovenden House, Sevenoaks, dec.) ; born 1828.

24, Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.G. ; Oxford and
Cambridge Club.

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Graves, Samuel Haughton, M. A. Tri n

Coll., Camb., goes the Northern circuit, a student
of the Inner Temple 20 Jan., 1872 (then aged
19), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1875 (2nd son of
Anthony EUy Graves, of Rosbercon Castle, co.
Kilkenny) ; born , 1853.

Gray, Albert, a member of the South-
eastern circuit, of Ceylon civil service 187 1 -5,
educated at Rugby, a student of the Inner
Temple 27 April, 1876 (then aged 25), called to
the bar 7 May, 1879 (4th son of late George
Gray, of Bowerswell, Perth, N.B.) ; born lo Oct.,
1850.
138, Palace Chambers, Bridge Street, S.W.

Gray, Benjamin, M.A. (fellow), Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1846, practises before the Lancaster
Chancery Court, a student of Lincoln's Inn 19
April, 1844 (then aged 24), called to the bar
23 Nov., 1848 (youngest son of Benjamin Gray,
Esq., of Seedley, near Manchester) ; born 1820.
Ancoats, Manchester.

Gray, Charles, a student of Gray's
Inn 24 May, 1841, called to the bar 5 June,
1844 (3rd son of Rev. James Gray, of Chelms-
ford, Essex) ; born ,

Stuart-Gray, Edmund Archibald,

M.A., Exeter Coll., Oxon, 1866, succeeded on
the death of Margaret, Baroness Gray (1878), to
the entailed estates of Grays and Kinfauns,
when he assumed the additional surname and
arms of Gray, a student of the Inner Temple
9 Nov., 1863 (then aged 23), called to the bar
26 Jan., 1867 (eldest son of Rev. Edmund
Luttrell Stuart, of Blandford, Dorset) ; born
5 Nov., 1840 ; married 6 Sept., 1877, Anna
Mary, dau. of late Rev. George John CoUinson,
of Clapham, Surrey, heir presumptive to the
Earl of Moray in all his titles excepting the
barony of Gray (see Foster's Peerage).

Kinfauns Castle, Perth ; Gray House, Dundee, For-
farshire ; Balmerino, Newport, co. Fife ; 19, Manor
Place, Edinburgh.

Gray, George Godfrey, LL.D. London
Univ. 1882, LL.B. 1876 (first in honours and 1st
class honours), and a member of Convocation,
a member of the South-eastern circuit, author
of Bankruptcy Manual, a student of the Middle
Temple 17 June, 1878, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1881 (eldest son of George Godfrey Gray, of
Hastings, Sussex) ; born 23 Jan., 1S54.

33, Wellington Square, Hastings ; ig. Old Square. Lin-
coln's Inn, W.C.

Gray, Henry Lee, conveyancer, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 29 April, 1873 (then
aged 19), called to the bar 25 April, 1877
(2nd son of Thomas William Gray, of Exeter,
solicitor and proctor) ; born 20 Aug., 1853.
4, Mont-Ie-Grand, Heavitree ; The Close, Exeter.

Gray, John George, a student of the
Middle Temple 13 Oct., i88i, called to the
bar 25 June, 1884 (youngest son of Robert
Gray, of Newbottle, co. Durham, schoolmaster) ;
born ,

Newbottle, co. Durham.

Gray, Reginald, a student of the
Inner Temple 16 Nov., 1872 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 7 June, 1875 (eldest son of
Samuel Brownlow Gray, attorney-general of
Bermuda); born , 185 1.

Bermuda.



Gray, Samuel Brownlow, attorney-
general Bermuda since June, 1861, and advocate
of the vice-admiralty court in that colony, a stu-
dent of Lincoln's Inn 4 Nov., 1843 (then aged
20), called to the bar 8 June, 1847 (2nd son of
Benjamin Charles Thomas Gray, of London) ;
born , 1823.

Hamilton, Bermuda.

Gray, William Ebenezer, B.A., LL.B.
St. John's Coll., Camb., a student of the Inner
Temple 14 Nov., 1879 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1883 (eldest son of Wilham
Connon Gray, of St. Mary Cray, Kent, mer-
chant) ; born , 1858.
4, Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C.

Des Graz, Maurice, B.A., Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1879, from Marlborough Coll., equity
draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 15 Jan., 1878 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1881 (eldest son of Ceesar
des Graz, of Alexandria, Egypt, late an officer
of the French army) ; born 29 July, 1856.

The Firs, Wimbledon; 11 New Square, Lincoln's Inn,
W.C.

Grazebrook, Henry Sydney,
F.R.H.S., examiner of accounts in the county
courts department treasury since 2 Jan., 1877,
author of The Heraldry of Worcestershire and
The Heraldry of Smith, a student of the Inner
Temple 30 Oct., 1865 (then aged 29), called to
the bar 7 June, 1869 (eldest son of George
Grazebrook, of Stourbridge, attorney-at-law) ;
born 6 June, 1836; unmarried.

Grove Park Chiswick ; Treasury Chambers, Whitehall,
S.W. ; Pall Mall Club, S.W.

Greaves, William Herbert, practises
before the supreme court of Barbados, under-
grad. St. Edmund's Hall, Oxon, a student of the
Middle Temple 22 Nov., 1876, called to the bar
9 June, 1880 (2nd son of Michael Thomas
Greaves, of Barbados) ; born ,

Barbados.

Green, Arthur, matric. Madras Univ.,

practises before the High Court at Madras, a
student of the Middle Temple l^ Oct., 1866,
called to the bar 6 June, 1868 [2nd son of
Thomas Green, assistant financial (military)
department Madras] ; born ,

Madras.

Green, Digby, a clerk in the Ecclesi-
astical Commission, a student of the Middle
Temple 14 April, 1862, called to the bar I May,
1865 (youngest son of Charles Green, Esq., of
Edmonton, Middlesex) ; born
10, Whitehall Place, S.W.

Green, Edward George, a student of
the Middle Temple 9 April, 1874, called to the
bar 25 April, 1877 (eldest son of Genl. Thomas
Lyttleton Green, of Aston Hall, Salop) ; born

Aston Hall, Aston-on-Clun.

Green, Frederick Thomas, B.A. New
Coll., Oxon, an inspector of schools since 1880,
goes the Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 14 March, 1874 (then aged 22), called
to the bar 25 April, 1877 (eldest son of Rev.
Frederick Septimus Green, of the Roveries,
Lydham, Salop) ; born ,1852.

53. Coleshill Street, Eaton Square. S.W.



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Green, George Sangster, equity

draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 10 Nov., 1866 (then aged 24), exhi-
bition May, 1 868, called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1869 (2nd son of Isaac Green, late of Upper
Tulse Hill, Surrey, gentleman, dec.) ; born

, 1842; married 21 Oct., 1874, Caroline,
youngest dau. of Henry Charles Newton, of
South Hampstead.

26, Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead ; 2, Old Buildings,
W.C.

Green, James Ernest, B.A., LL.B.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1883, a student of the Inner
Temple 16 Nov., 1880 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1884 (youngest son of William
Green, of Kidderminster, co. Wore, J.P.) ;
bom , i860.

Kidderminster.

LfOWthorpe-Green, Joseph William,

undergrad. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., a mem-
ber of the Midland circuit, a student of the
Middle Temple 30 May, 1863, called to the bar 30
April, 1866 (only son of late Rev. Joseph Green,
M.A., rector of Owmby and vicar of Caraering-
ham, CO. Line.) ; born , ; married 16

June, 1 88 1, Constance, youngest dau. of late
Rev. John Gerard, rector of Langtree, North
Devon.

24, Cambridge Street, Hyde Park, W.

Green, Samuel, M.A., Sidney Sussex
Coll., Camb., 1856, equity draftsman and con-
veyancer, a student of the Inner Temple 12
Jan., 1863 (then aged 32), called to the bar 30
April, :875 (2nd son of late John Green, Esq.,
of London); bom , 1831 ; married 3 Jan.,

1865, Eleanor Julia, dau. of John William Hus-
kisson, Esq., late of the Ceylon civil service.

4, Chester Place, Regents Park, N.W. ; 6, New Court,
Carey Street, W.C. ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W.

Green, Thomas, a member of the
South-eastern circuit, a student of Gray's Inn
13 Jan., 1859, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1862
(2nd son of John Green, of Mortlake, Surrey) ;
bom ,

Mortlake, Surrey.

Green, William Hatfield, M.A., St.

John's Coll., Camb., 1870, equity draftsman
and conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn
23 Jan., 1868 (then aged 24), called to the bar
6 June, 187 1 (eldest son of John Green, of
Sheffield, iron merchant) ; born , 1842.

2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Greene, Henry David, LL.M., Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1871, M.A. 1868, goes the Oxford
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 14 April,
1863, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1868 (3rd son
of Benjamin Buck Greene, Esq., of Midgham,
Berks, ex-governor Bank of England) ; born

Midgham, Reading ; 7, Durham Villas, Kensington
Gardens, W. ; 4, Brick Court, Temple, E.C.

Greene,Herbert Wilson, M.A.,B.C.L.,

Pembroke Coll., Oxon, 1882, from Harrow, a
member of the South-eastern circuit 1 884, joint
editor of Broone's Commentaries on the Common
Law, a. student of the Inner Temple 29 April,



1876 (then aged 19), called to the bar 11 May,
1881 (eldest son of Thomas Greene, of Dublin);
born 15 April, 1857 ; unmarried.

2, Old Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, W.C. ; 3, Essex
Court, Temple, E.C.

Greene, John Baker Stafford, LL.B.
London Univ. 1859 and a member of Con-
vocation, B.A. and M.B., Trin. Coll., Dublin,
1853, M.R.C.S.E. 1853, assistant surgeon the
royal regt. 1854, served in Crimean cam-
paign, medal and clasp Alma, Inkerman, Sebas-
topol, and Turkish medal, author of The
Hebrew Emigration from Egvpt, a member of
the South-eastern circuit, a student of the
Middle Temple 3 May, 1856, certificate of honour
Nov., 1856, called to the bar 7 June, 1858
(eldest son of John Alfred Greene, LL.B., of
King's Inns, Dublin, bar.-at-law) ; born

i
13, Clement's Inn, W.C.

Greene, Thomas Alexander, special
pleader, a student of the Middle Temple 12
Jan., 1839, called to the bar 28 Jan., 1842 (2nd
son of Thomas Greene, Esq., ' of Bedford, co.
Lane.) ; bom ,

5, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.

Greene, Thomas Whitcombe, B.A.,
B.C.L. Magdalen Coll., Oxon, an inspector of
schools since 1876, goes the Western circuit,
author of Outlines of Roman Law, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 23 Jan., 1865 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 18 Nov., 1867 (only son of
Thomas Greene, of Chichester, treasurer for
West Sussex; born 17 May, 1842; married 5
April, 1877, Sophia Amelia, 2nd dau. of John R.
Dunn, Esq., of Stonehouse, Sussex, J. P., D.L.
16, Southgate Street, Wmchester.

Greenfield, Benjamin Wyatt, M.A.,
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1835, from Rugby,
author of The Heraldry of the Bar Gate,
Southampton, Genealogy of the Tyndales of
Gloucestershire, etc., etc., a student of the
Inner Temple 9 April, 1834 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 5 May, 1843 (2nd son of James
Greenfield, late of Brynderwern, Carnarvon) ;
bom 28 June, 181 1 ; married 1st, 7 Jan., 1836,
Vere Booth, youngest dau. of George Booth
Tyndale, Esq., of "Westfield Hayling ; she died
21 Jan., 1876; he married 2ndly, 2 June, 1877,
Charlotte, 4th dau. of late Henry Chase, Esq.,
of Calcot Place, Berks.

4, Cranbury Terrace, Southampton.

Greenfield, Thomas Joseph, goes

the South Wales. circuit, of the war department
May, 1853, to 1871, some years principal of
finance division, educated at Llandovery
Coll., a student of Gray's Inn 4 Feb., 1871,
certificate of the Council of Legal Educa-
tion for Hindu and Mahommedan laws, called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1874, advocate of consular
and international courts of Egypt 1877-8
(eldest son of Thomas ConoUy Greeniield,
clerk in War Office) ; born 27 April, 1853;
married 7 May, 1858, his cousin, Frances
Louisa, dau. of Francis Greenfield, Esq., of
Backworth, Northumberland, ordnance store-
keeper Tynemouth Castle, and has issue.

T4, Stuabridge Road, Putney, S.W, ; 3, Dr. Johnson's
Buildings, Temple, E.G.



FOSTER'S HAND-LIST OF



Greenhalgh, Richard, B.A., LL.B.,

Magdalen Hall, Camb., 1869, a student of the
Inner Temple 17 Nov., 1866 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 6 June, 1 87 1 (eldest son of
Richard Greenhalgh, of Manchester) ; born

. 1843-
I, Temple Gardens, E.G.

Greenhow, Henry Parkes, a student
of the Middle Temple 15 May, 1880, called to
the bar 18 April, 1883 (2nd son of William
Preston Greenhow, of Manchester, merchant) ;
born ,

26, Bircli Lane, Longsight, Manchester.

Greenhow, William Thomas, LL.B.

London Univ. 1852, B.A. 1850, and a member
of Convocation, judge of county courts (circuit
No. 14) since 1880, recorder of Berwick-on-
Tweed since 1870, author of A Manual of
Shipping Law, a student of the Middle Temple
24 Jan., 1 85 1, called to the bar i May, 1854
(2nd son of Thomas Michael Greenhow, of
Newcastle-on-Tyne, surgeon) ; born 6 Feb.,
1831 ; married 20 May, 1857, Marion, eldest
dau. of late Charles Martineau, Esq., of Tulse
Hill, Surrey ; she died 28 May, 1864.
Esher, Surrey; i, Essex Court, Temple, E.C.

Greening, Edmund Philip, special

pleader, a student of Lincoln's Inn 5 Nov.,
1861 (then aged 17), went to the Middle
Temple 29 Jan., 1866, where he was called
to the bar 17 Nov., 1869 (only surviving
son of late Henry Greening, of the Middle
Temple, special pleader) ; born , 1844.

Greenly, Edward Howorth, M.A.,
Balliol Coll., Oxon, 1863, want the Oxford cir-
cuit, J.P., D.L. CO. Hereford (high sheriff 1881),
J. P. Brecon and lord of the manor of Titley,
educated at Harrow, assumed the surname of
Greenly in lieu of his patronymic Allen, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 2 March, 1859 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1862 [only
son of Charles Williams Allen (afterwards
Greenly), of the Moor, Kingston, co. Hereford] ;
born , 1S37; married 20 Oct., 1869,

Sarah Caroline, 2nd dau. of Genl. Thomas
Bowes Forster, and has issue.

Titley Court, Titley, R.S.O., Herefordshire ; New
University Club, S.W.

Greenwell, Francis John, M.A.,
Balliol Coll., Oxon, 1879, a member of the
North-eastern circuit, recorder of Durham since
Feb., 1883, educated at Durham School, a
student of the Inner Temple 9 Nov., 1874 (then
aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1877 (2nd
son of Francis Greenwell, of Durham) ; born
20 Oct., 1852; married 29 July, 1884, Constance
Sybil Frances, 2nd dau. of His Honour Thomas
Bradshaw, late judge of county courts for North-
umberland, dec.
Cross House, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Greenwell, William John, B.A.

New Coll., Oxon, a member of the North-east-
ern circuit, educated at Bruton Grammar School
and Marlborough Coll., a student of the Inner
Temple 18 Dec, 1867 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 6 June, 1872 (eldest son of George



Clementsen Greenwell, of Poynton, Cheshire) ;
born 21 May, 1847; married 2 April, 1877,
Mary, eldest dau. of Rev. Walker Featherston-
haugh, rector of Edmundbyers, co. Durham.
Grainger Street West, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Greenwood, Charles William, B.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1870, scholar, 1st class in
classical tripos 1870, from Eton, a student of the
Middle Temple i Nov., 1870, called to the bar
17 Nov., 1873 (eldest son of late John Green-
wood, Q.C., a master of the bench of the Middle
Temple and solicitor to the Treasury) ; born 23
July, 1847; married 11 Dec, 1873, Madeleine
Kate, youngest dau. of late Rev. J. B. Owen,
M.A., vicar of St. Jude's, Chelsea, and has issue.
Broadhanger, Petersfield ; 13, Trebovir Road, S.W. ;
24, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Greenwood, Granville George, B.A.

(scholar) Trin. Coll., Camb., 1st class classics

1873, from Eton, an assistant commissioner of
charities since 1884, a member of the Western
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 18
Nov., 1872, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1876 (son
of late John Greenwood, Q.C., a master of the
bench of the Middle Temple, and of Broad-
hanger, Hants); born 3 Jan., 1850; married
II April, 1878, Laurentia Trent, eldest dau. of
L. T. Cumberbatch, Esq., M.D.

16, St. George's Road, S.W. ; 5, Paper Buildings
Temple, E.C.

Greenwood, Harry, LL.M., Pem-
broke Coll., Camb., 1884, M.A. 1877, late lieut.
42nd West York rifle volunteers, formerly re-
porter in Vice-Chancellor Hall's court, author
of Manual of Ihe Practice of Conveyancing,
Recent Real Property Statutes, joint editor of
Weekly Reporter and of Notanda, editor of Green-
wood's Manual of Conveyancing, 7th edition, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 5 May, 1871 (then aged
23), called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (eldest son
of George Oates Greenwood, Esq., late of
Moorhouse, Yorks) ; born 13 Nov., 1847 ; mar-
ried 17 Sept., 1873, Minnie, youngest dau. of
late Michael Merrall, Esq., of Law House,
Haworth, Yorks.
TheLimes,Highgate,N,; 4,NewSq.,Lincoln'sInn,W.C.

Greenwood, Henry Charles, stipen-
diary magistrate Staffordshire Potteries since

1874. J-P- CO. Stafford, joint author of The
Magisterial and Police Guide, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 8 June, 1846 (then aged 18), called
to the bar 14 Nov., 1851 (only son of Charles
Carroll Greenwood, Esq., of London) ; born
22 Sept., 1827; married I Dec, 1855, Leonora,
eldest dau. of late John Charles McMuUen,
Esq., of Lavender Hill, Surrey.

The Towers, Market Drayton.

Greenwood, James, hon. secretary

Junior Savage Club, author of The Laws re-
lating to Medical Men, educated at Merchant
Taylors' School (Tyler prizeman 1870), a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 20 May, 1878 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1881 (2nd
son of Major Greenwood, M.D., of the London
Hospital) ; born 20 Nov., 1855 ; married I J
May, 1884, Emily Thomas, youngest dau. of
late Thomas B. Douglas, Esq., of Edinburgh.
^J\\ 9,"'=="'^ S^"* Terrace, S.W. ; 3, King's Bench
Walk, Temple, E.C. ; Junior Savage Club.



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Greenwood, William, F.R.G.S. 1883,

matric. London Univ. 1882, sometime of the ex-
chequer and audit office, a student of the Middle
Temple 6 March, 1882, called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1885 (only son of John Greenwood, late of
Settle, Yorks, gent., dec.) ; born 5 March, 1858.
21, Queen's Road, Brownswood Park, W.

Greg, Thomas Tylston, B.A. Oriel
CoU., Oxon, goes the Northern circuit, a student
of the Inner Temple 9 May, 1879 (then aged
20), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1882 (eldest son
of Edward Hyde Greg, of Quarry Bank, Hand-
forth, Cheshire) ; born , 1859.

Quarry Bank, Wilmslow, Cheshire ; 15, Clififord's Inn,
or 3, Harcourt Buildings^ Temple, E.G.

Gregorowski, Reinhold, B.A. Univ.
of Cape of Good Hope, puisne judge of the
Orange Free State, a student of Gray's Inn 1 1
Jan., 1876, studentship Hilary, 1878, called to
the bar 18 Nov., 1878 (5th son of Reinhold
Gregorowski, of Somerset East, Cape of Good
Hope, missionary) ; born ,

Orange Free State, Cape.

Gregory, Gasper, practises before
the High Court at Calcutta, a student of the
Inner Temple 18 April, 1865 (then aged 31),
called to the bar 27 Jan., 1868 (eldest son of
Gabriel Ives Gregory, Esq., late of Calcutta,
dec.) ; bom , 1834 ; married Miss Apcar.

16, Tisbury Road, Brig;hton.

Gregory, George Francis, equity
draftsman and conveyancer, a student of the
Inner Temple 13 Nov., 1878 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 3 May, 1882 (eldest son of
George Burrow Gregory, Esq., M.P., of Boarzell,
Hawkhurst, Sussex); bom , 1857 ;

married 14 July, 1881, Elizabeth Maria, only
dau. of Henry Bailey, Esq., of Coates, co.
Gloucester (see Foster's Baronetage).

Boarzell How, Hawkhurst, Sussex ; Fountain Court,
Temple, E.C.

Gregory, John, a student of the
Middle Temple 20 Jan., 1842, called to the bar
31 Jan., 1845 (eldest son of Jonas Gregory, of
London, gentleman) ; born ,

34, Regent Street, W.

Gregory, Philip Spencer, M.A.
King's Coll., Camb., equity draftsman and con-
veyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn 11 Nov.,
1871 (then aged 20), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1875 (3rd son of John Gregory, Esq., late
governor of Bahamas, dec.) ; born ,

1851 ; married 9 Aug., 1876, Edith Annie, 3rd
dau. of late Rev. Edward James, vicar oi
Hindringham, Norfolk.
2, Gledhow Gardens, S.W. ; i. New Square, W.C.

Gregson, John Harry, equity drafts-
man and conveyancer, asolicitor 1 874-82, convey-
ancing lecturer's and Incorporated Law Society's
prize 1874, a student of the Inner Temple 6
Jan., 1883 (then aged 31), real property scholar-
ship Hilary 1883, ist prize Council of Legal
Education for conveyancing and Roman law and
jurispradence Hilary. 1884, called to the bar 26
Jan., 1884 (2nd son of Jesse Gregson, of London,
formerly of Hawkhurst, Kent) ; bom 30 June,
l85i;mar. 3 April, 1877, Frances Annie,eldest dau.
of John Halsted, late of Ichenor House, Sussex.
I, Cowley Street, Westminster, S.W. ; 2, New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.



Greig, James William, LL.B. London
Univ. 1882, B.A. 1878, and a member of Con-



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