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Ellen Constance Hadow, 2nd dau. of Admiral
Glasse, C.B., of Billacombe, near Plymouth.
Plym-stock, Plymouth.

Underbill, Arthur, LL.D., Trin.

Coll., Dublin, 1880, M.A. 1878, equity lecturer
to Incorporated Law Society July, 1884, author
of The Law of Torts, 4th edn.. The Law of
PrivateTrnsts and Trustees, 2nd edn., A Manual
of Chancery Procedure, 2nd edn., A Treatise on the
Settled Land Act 1882, 2nd. edn., and Free Land
and what it Implies, a student of Lincoln's Inn



5 Nov., 1869 (then aged 19), called to the bar

6 June, 1872 (eldest son of Henry Underbill,
of Wolverhampton, solicitor) ; born 10 Oct.,
1850; married 17 Sept., 1874, Alice Lucy,
younger dau. of M Ironmonger, Esq., J. P.,
of Graisley, Wolverhampton, and has a dau.

17, Pembridge Place, W. ; 1, Old Buildings, Lincoln's
Inn. W.C.

Underhill, Joseph, Q.C., a member
of the Oxford circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple 7 April, 1859, called to the bar 27 Jan.,
1862, Q.C. 24 March, 1880, bencher 24 Nov.,
1882 (son of George Lees Underhill, of Wolver-
hampton) ; born , ; married 24 Aug.,
1S69, Anne, eldest surviving dau. of Samuel
Loveridge, Esq., of Chapel Ash House, Wolver-
hampton.

San Remo, Torquay ; 4, Harcourt Buildings, Temple,
E.C.

Underwood, Thomas Neilson, a
student of the Inner Temple 22 May, 1856
(then aged 25), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1861
(only son of William R. Burton Underwood,
Esq., of Strabane, co. T3Tone) ; born ,

1831.
Strabane, co. Tyrone.

Upjohn, William Henry, LL.B.
London Univ. 1881 and a member of Con-
vocation, univ. exhibitioner and law scholar,
editor of DanielVs Forms 1879, sub-editor of
DanielVs Chancery Practice, a student of Gray's
Inn 16 April, 1877, Holt scholar 1877, Arden
scholar 1881, first senior studentship Hilary,
1879, certificate of honour Hilary, 1881, called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1881 (eldest son of William
Bellingham Drew Upjohn, of London, gent.) ;
born 31 Aug., 1853; married 27 Dec, 1881,
Lucy, dau. of late Rees Williams, Esq., of
Cefnpennar, Abrdare, Glamorgan.

I, Westgate Terrace, Redcliffe Square, S.W. ; 2, New
Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Uppleby, George Charles, M.A.,

Magdalen Coll., Camb., 1843, from Shrewsbury
School, late major 1st batt. Lincolnshire rifle
volunteers, high sheriff Lincolnshire 1863,
J. P. CO. Lincoln (parts of Lindsey), a student
of Lincoln's Inn 3 Nov., 1840 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 19 Nov., 1844 (only son of
Rev. George Uppleby, of Barton-upon-Humber) ;
born 23 April, 1818; married 1st, 4 Aug., 1852,
Emily, dau. of Rev. William Worsley, of
Braytoft, co. Line; she died 21 Oct., 1870,
leaving issue (see Foster's Baronetage) ; he
married 2ndly, , 1872, Louisa, 3 d dau.

of late John Golding, Esq., of Caenby Hall, co.
Line, and has issue.

Barrow Hill, Ulceby, co. Lincoln ; Oxford and Cam-
bridge Club, S.W.



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Upton, Charles William, M.A., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1857, a student of Lincoln's Inn
I Nov., 1855 (then aged 23), called to the
bar 7 June, 1858 (2nd son of Archer Thomas
Upton, Esq., of Blackheath, Kent) ; born
, 1832.
10, St. Mark's Square, N.W. ; 11, Old Square, Lin-
coln's Inn, W.C.

Urlin, Richard Denny, F.S.S.,
M.R.I. A., assistant under Encumbered Estates
Act Ireland 1849, examiner in landed estates
court Ireland 1858-76, member of London
School Board since 1882, member of the
council and fellow of Statistical Society of
London, vice-president Arundel District Con-
servative Association, author of The Office
of Trustee, Hints on Business, Financial and
Legal, 1884, A Legal Guide for the Clergy 1881,
Life of Wesley 1880, joint author of ^ Treatise
on the Transfer of Land, educated at Univ.
Coll., London, School, a student of the Middle
Temple 22 Jan., 1847, certificate of honour



849, called to the bar 16 April, 1852 (2nd son
of George Frederic Urlin, of Hampton, dec.) ;
born 6 Feb., 1830; married , 1855,

Mary Elizabeth, only surviving child of late
John Addis, Esq., of Rustington, Sussex.

Rustington, Worthing, Sussex ; 22, StaflFord Terrace,
Kensington, W. ; 5, Pump Court, Temple, E.G.

Urmson, George Harold, B.A., Christ
Church, Oxon, 1873, a student of the Inner
Temple 11 April, 1872 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 13 June, 1877 (eldest son of late
George Urmson, Esq., of Canton, China) ;
born , 1851.

12, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Urquhart, Walter Charles, equity

draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Gray's
Inn 16 Oct., 1844, called to the bar 24 Nov.,
1847 (eldest son of Walter Alexander Urquhart,
Esq., of Park Place, Essex) ; born ,



V



Vaizey, John Robert, LL.M., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1867, LL.B. 1863, B.A. London
Univ. 1859 and a member of Convocation, late
major 2nd Essex rifle volunteers, high sheriff
Essex 1877, J.P., D.L., a student of the Inner
Temple 5 June, 1858 (then aged 18), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1863 (only son of late John
Vaizey, Esq., of Gray's Inn, Middlesex); born
29 Nov., 1839 ; married 9 Nov., 1865, Alice,
eldest dau. of late Edward Hornor, Esq.,
J.P., of the Howe, Halstead, Essex, and has
issue.
Attwoods, Halstead, Essex ; Reform Club, S.W.

Vaizey, John Savill, a student of the
Middle Temple 15 April, 1852, called to the
bar 26 Jan., 1855, admitted a barrister of Lincoln's
Inn ad eundemT, Feb., 1863 (elder son of George
de Home Vaizey, Esq., of Star Stile, Halstead,
Essex) ; bom 18 June, 1829; married 28 Aug.,
1861, Harriet, youngest dau. of late Rev. John
Reynolds, of Halstead, Essex, and has issue.

The Vicarage, Broxbourne ; 16, Old Buildings, Lin-
coln's Inn, W.C. ; Athenjeum Club, S.W.

Valdez, Pedro d' Alcantara Fravassos,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 9 Jan., 1847 (then
aged 19), went to the Inner Temple 5 and
called to the bar 21 Nov., 1851 (6th son of Jose
Lucio Fravassos Valdez, Count de Bomfim of
Portugal); born , 1828.

Late of Tenby, co. Pembroke.



Vale, Martindale Edwin, B.A., Trin.
Hall, Camb., 1853, hon. col. 4th batt. Worces-
tershire regt., lieut.-col. 1877-83, J.P., D.L.
CO. Wore, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Nov.,
1850 (then aged 21), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1856 (4th son of William Vale, Esq., late of
Hall Court, Mathon, co. Wore, dec.) ; born
, 1829.
Mathon Court, Malvern ; 4, Vane Street, Bath.

Vale, William Mountford Kinsey,
attorney-general of Victoria since , member

of Executive Council, a student of Gray's Inn i
Nov., 1875, called to the bar 3 July, 1878 (eldest
son of John Vale, late of Castlemaine, Victoria,
Australia, dec); born ,

Melbourne, Victoria.

Valentine, William Christopher,
scholar Worcester Coll., Oxon, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 30 Oct., 1854 (then aged 26),
called to the bar 6 June, 1857 (eldest son of
Rev. William Valentine, incumbent of St.
Thomas', Stepney) ; born , 1828.

Vallings, Frederick Ross, M.A., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1851, a student of the Inner
Temple 21 April, 1846 (then aged 20), called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1853 (eldest son of Frederic
Vallings, of London, solicitor) ; born ,

1826.
Care of Rev. J. F. Vallings Wendover, Tring.



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Valpy, Robert Arthur, B.A., Exeter

Coll., Oxon (2nd class honours in law and
modern history), 1868, from Harrow, a member
of the Western circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 17 Nov., 1868 (then aged 24), called to
the bar 6 June, 1871 (eldest son of Robert
Harris Valpy, Esq., of Enborne Lodge, Berks);
born 9 Aug., 1844; married 13 Jan., 1874, Edith
Alicia, only dau. of Robert Oliver Jones, Esq.,
of Fonmon Castle, co. Glamorgan, and of the
Middle Temple, bar.-at-la'w.

10, Bina Gardens. South Kensington, S.W. ; i, Hare
Court, Temple, E.G.

Vane, Henry de Vere, B.A., Brase-
nose Coll., Oxon, 1876, from Eton, late lieut.
Northampton and Rutland militia, a clerk in
Charity Commission, a student of the Inner
Temple 12 Jan., 1876 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 27 Jan., 1879 (eldest son of Sir
Henry Morgan Vane, bar.-at-law, etc.) ; born
10 May, 1854; married 28 June, 1881, Lady
Catherine Sarah Cecil, 3rd dau. of William
Alleyne, 3rd marquis of Exeter, and has issue
(see Foster's Peerage, D. Cleveland).
15, Ghester Square, S.W.; Oxford and Gambridge Club.

Vane, Sir Henry Morgan, knighted

at Osborne 31 Dec, 1883, secretary to the
Charity Commission since 1853, D.L. co. Dur-
ham, heir presumptive to the barony of
Barnard, a student of the Inner Temple II
Jan., 1851 (then aged 41), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1853 (eldest son of John Henry Vane,
Esq., of London) ; born 29 Nov., i8o8; mar-
ried 6 July, 1853, Louisa, younger dau. and
co-heir of Rev. Richard Farrer, rector of
Ashley, Northants ; she died 16 Dec, 1878,
leaving issue (see Foster's Peerage, D. Cleve-
land).

East Farndon, Market Harborough ; 74, Eaton Place
S.W. ; Gwydyr House, Whitehall, S.W. ; Reform and
Road Clubs.

Vansittart, Henry, practises before
the High Court North-west Provinces India,
a student of the Middle Temple 17 April,
1872, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (eldest
son of Henry Vansittart, of Bareilly, India,
civil and session judge) ; born ,

married I9 Oct., 1878, Mary Virginia, 4th dau!
of late Francis Johnson Jessop, Esq., of Derby.
Bareilly, North-west Provinces India.

Vaudagne, Emile, practises before

the supreme court of the Mauritius, a student
of the Middle Temple 6 June, 1864, called to
the bar 30 April, 1867 (2nd son of late Emile
Vaudagne, Esq., of Port Louis, Mauritius) ;
born ,

Port Louis, Mauritius.



Vaughan, Gerald Osmond, a student

of the Middle Temple 28 Oct., 1880, called to
the bar 6 June, 1883 (3rd surviving son of
Jonas Daniel Vaughan, of Singapore, and of
the Middle Temple, bar.-at-law) ; born

Singapore.



Vaughan, Harry Cleveland, matric.

London Univ. 1870 from Univ. Coll. School,
practises before the supreme court at Penang,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Oct., 187 1 (then
aged 17), called to the bar 7 June, 1875 (eldest
son of Jonas Daniel Vaughan, of Singapore,
and of the Middle Temple, bar.-at-law, dec.) ;
born , 1854.

Penang, Straits Settlements.

Vaughan, Henry Halford, M.A.,
Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1837, B.A., Christ Church,
Oxon, 1833, clerk of assize and arraigns and
associate on the South Wales circuit since
1841, sometime regius professor of modern
history Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn

7 June, 1833 (then aged 21), called to the bar

8 May, 1838 (2nd son of Sir John Vaughan,
baron of the Court of Exchequer and a justice
of common pleas); born 27 Aug., 1811; mar-
ried 21 Aug., 1856, Adeline Maria, dau. of John
Jackson, M.D. ; she died 14 April, 1881, leaving
issue (see Foster's Baronetage, Halford).

Upton Castle, Pembroke ; 6, Danes Inn, Strand, W.C.

Vaughan, James, B.A. Oxon 1835,

police magistrate at Bow Street since 1864,
chairman of election inquiry commission for
Gloucester 1859 and for Berwick-on-Tweed
i860, J.P. Middlesex, Kent, Surrey, Herts, and
Essex, a student of the Middle Temple 22 April,
1835, called to the bar 22 Nov., 1839 (eldest
son of Richard Vaughan, Esq., of Cardiff) ;
born , 1814; married 1st, 23 Aug.,

1849, Esther, dau. of late Jacob Bright, Esq.,
of Rochdale; she died , • he

married 2ndly, 21 Dec, 1854, Joanna Russell,
younger dau. of late Richard Smethurst, Esq.,
J.P., D.L., of Choriey.

40, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. ; Police Office
Bow Street, W.C

Vaughan, Jonas Daniel, police
magistrate Straits Settlement since 1869, a
student of the Middle Temple 8 June, 1867,
called to the bar 7 June, 1869 (eldest son of
Jonas Vaughan, late of London and of the
Bengal marine, dec.) ; born
married au'd has issue.
Singapore.

Vawdrey, Daniel, IVI.A.
Christi Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1874, a
Lincoln's Inn 3 May, 1873 (then
called to the bar 28 June, 1S76 (2nd son of
Benjamin Llewellyn Vawdrey, of Tushingham
Hall, Cheshire, solicitor) ; born , 1852.

Tushingham Hall, Malpas, Cheshire.



Corpus
student of
ged 21),



Velge, Charles Eugene, a student of
the Middle Temple 30 Oct., 1867, called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1870 (5th son of John Henry
Velge, of Malacca, justice of the peace) ; born

Malacca, Straits Settlements.

Vels, Henry Bernard Isaac, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 9 April, i88o (then
aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1883 (eldest
son of Cornelius Johan Vels, attorney-general
Bloemfontein, Orange Free State) ; born
1858.
Bloemfontein, Orange Free State.



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Venables, George Stovin, Q.C.,

from the Charterhouse, M.A. (hon. fellow),
Jesus Coll., Camb., 1835, high sheriff Radnor-
shire 1884, J. P., D.L. Breconshire, a student of
the Inner Temple 1 May, 1832 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 10 June, 1 836, Q.C. 3 Feb.,
1863, bencher 8 May, 1873, treasurer 1878 (2nd
son of Rev. Richard Venables, D.D., of Clyro,
CO. Radnor); bom , 1811.

Llysdinam, Newbridge-on-Wye ; 6, Bolton Row, W. ;
2, Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, E.G. ; Athenjeum
and Oxford & Cambridge Clubs.

Venables, Rowland George, B.A.
Univ. Coll., Oxon, from Rugby, J.P. Salop, a
member of the Oxford circuit, chairman of
Ludlow Board of Guardians, a student of the
Inner Temple 18 April, 1868 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 18 Nov., 1872 (only son of late
Rev. Joseph George Venables, M.A., of Truro,
Cornwall); bom 18 Jan., 1846; married I Jan.,
1880, Gertrude, widow of Rev. James Hook,
vicar of Morton, Salop, 4th dau. of late John
Hargreaves, Esq., of Silwood Park, Berks, and
has issue.

The Lodge, Ludlow ; Oxford and Cambridge Club,
S.W

Chella Vencatanarasiah, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 4 Nov., 1880 (then
aged 18), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1884 (eldest
son of late Chella Balakristniah, assistant com-
missioner Madras) ; bom 1 862.

(Venkatachelliah), Akilandaiya
(Cumbhumpati), B.A. Madras, practises before
the High Court of Madras, a student of the Inner
Temple 22 Jan., 1880 (then aged 36), lecture
prize Dec, 1881, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1882 (3rd son of late Judge Cumbhumpati Ven-
katachelliah, of Madras) ; born , 1844.
Madras.

(Venkatachelliah), Meenacshaya
(Cumbhumpati), of the Univ. of Madras, a stu-
dent of Lincoln's Inn 19 May, 1873 (then aged
30), called to the bar lo May, 1876 (eldest son
of Cumbhumpati Venkatachelliah, late native
judge Tinnevelly district, Madras, dec.) ; born
, 1843-

(Venkatachelliah), Sabapathi lyah
(Cumbhumpati), matric. Madras Univ., a pleader
in civil and sessions court of Caddappuh, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 11 June, 1872 (then
aged 28), called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (2nd
son ofCumbhumpati Venkatachelliah, latenative
judge of Tinnevelly) ; born ,

Vennell, George Alexander, a mem-
ber of the South-eastern circuit, matric. King's
Coll., London, a student of the Middle Temple
15 April, 1875, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1878
(youngest son of Josiah Godfrey Vennell, of
New Barnet, Herts, gent.); born ,

3, Plowden Buildings, Temple, E.G.



Venning, William Marshall, D.C.L.

1881, M.A., B.C.L. (honours), Worcester Coll.,
Oxon, 1876, B.A. (honours) 1872, educated at
Brighton Coll. and King's Coll., London, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 14 Jan., 1870 (then
aged 28), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1875 (2nd
son of late Samuel Blackaller Venning, Esq.,
of Clapham Park, Surrey, and of London and
Cape Town, merchant) ; born 6 Aug., 1841 ;
married 19 April, 1883, Maud Henrietta, dau. of
Rev. R. S. Beloe, M.A., rector of Holton, Suffolk.
61, Lavender Sweep, Clapham Common, S.W. ; i,
Furnival's Inn, E.G.; Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W.

V e r e y , Henry William, B.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1859, J.P. Berks, an official
Referee of the supreme court of judicature
since 1877, a student of the Inner Temple 19
Nov., 1862 (then aged 25), called to the bar 9
June, 1865 (eldest son of Henry Verey, Esq.,
late of Tvi^ford, Berks, dec.) ; bom 29 Dec,
1836; married 3 June, 1876, Henrietta Maria,
Sth dau. of Edward William Hasell, Esq., of
Dalemain, Cumberland.

Bridge House, Twvford, Berks ; 275, Royal Courts of
Justice, W.C. ; New University Club, S.W.

Verity, Richard Henry Manners,
M.A. Exeter Coll., Oxon, B.A 1866, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 9 April, 1864 (then aged 20),
called to the bar 6 June, 187 1 (eldest son of
Robert Verity, of South Woods Hall, Yorks) ;
born , 1844.

South Woods Hall, Thirsk ; New University Club, S.W

Verney, Frederick William, M.A.
Christ Church, Oxon, B.A. 1869, a member
of the Midland circuit, English secretary
to Siamese legation, lieut. Bucks yeomanry
cavalry 1881, a student of the Inner Temple 13
Nov., 1866 (then aged 20), called to the bar 7
June, 1875 (3rd son of Sir Harry Verney, Bart.,
M.P., of Claydon, Bucks) ; born 26 Feb., 1846 ;
married 8 June, 1870, Maud Sarah, youngest
dau. of late Sir John Hay Williams, Bart., and
has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

6, Onslow Gardens, S.W. ; 4, Paper Buildings, Temple,
E.G.

Vernon, George Frederic, a student
of the Middle Temple 22 Nov., 1875, called to
the bar 21 April, 1880 (only son of George
Vernon, capt. R.A., dec.) ; born ,



Verrall, Arthur Woollgar, M.A.
(fellow), Trin. Coll., Camb., 1876, equity drafts-
man and conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 5 May, 1873 (then aged 22), called to the
bar 10 May, 1876 (eldest son of Henry Verrall,
of Brighton, solicitor) ; born , 1851.

Brighton.

Vertue, Charles Erskine, B.A., Balliol
Coll., Oxon, 1865, H.M.'s inspector of schools,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 19 Jan., 1866 (then
aged 24), went to the Inner Temple 6 June,
1868, where he was called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1 87 1 (8th son of William Vertue, Esq., of
Edinburgh, dec.) ; born , 1842.

Guildford ; Education Department, Whitehall, S.W.

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Vicajee, Framjee Rustamjee, B.A.,

LL.B. Bombay Univ., clerk to the Parsee chief
matrimonial court and advocate H.M.'s High
Court of Judicature Bombay, matric. London
Univ. 1875, ^ student of the Middle Temple 14
Nov., 1873, called to the bar 28 June, 1876 (2nd
son of Rustamjee Vicajee, Talookdar, of Deccan,
India) ; born , 1 842.

Vickers, Edward, B.A., Emmanuel

Coll., Camb., 1865, a student of the Inner Temple
13 Jan., 1865 (then aged 22), called to the bar
27 Jan., 1868 [3rd son of (Hon.) Benjamin
Vickers, of Belleisle estate, Jamaica, custos
rotulorum of Westmorland parish, Jamaica] ;
born , 1843.

Belleisle, Westmorland Parish, Jamaica.

Vickers, Henry George, a student

of the Middle Temple 14 May, 1881, called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1884 (eldest son of Henry
Joseph Vickers, of London, publisher) ; born

^, Plowden Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Vickers, James Muschamp, a student

of the Inner Temple 15 June, 1881 (then aged
42), called to the bar 7 May, 1884 (youngest
son of late James Vickers, of Brixton, Surrey) ;
bom , 1839.

7, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.

Vidal, George William, educated at

King's Coll., London, assistant collector and

magistrate Bombay C.S., a student of Lincoln's

Inn II Nov., 1865 (aged 20), called to the bar

25 April, 1877 (5th son of Rev. Francis Vidal,

M.A., of Eton Coll., Bucks); born

1845.
Eton.

Stonhouse-Vigor, Alfred Henry

Say, M.A., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1861, recorder
of Southampton since 1883, of Penzance 1877-83,
revising barrister on Western circuit, educated
at Ilminster Grammar School, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 19 Jan., 1857 (then aged 24),
called to the bar 17 Nov., i860 (only surviving
son of Rev. Henry Stonhouse-Vigor, late of
Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford, dec); born 24
June, 1832; married 27 April, 1867, Gertrude,
youngest dau. of William Bird, Esq., J.P., of
Crouch Hall, Hornsey (see Foster's Baronetage,
Stonhouse).

32, Great Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, W. ; 5,
King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. ; Devonshire Club',
S.W. ; Devon and Exeter Club.

Villiers, Rt. Hon. Charles Pelham,
P.C, M.P. Wolverhampton since 1835 (elected
South Lancashire in 1847), M.A., St. John's
Coll., Camb., 1827, an examiner in chancery
1833-52, judge advocate-general 1852-8, presi-
dent of the Poor Law Board 1859-66, J.P., D.L.
Herts, P.C. 1853, raised to the rank of an earl's
son by royal warrant 1839, was a commissioner
of inquiry into the operation of the poor laws,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 13 May, 1823 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 25 May, 1827 (3rd
son of Hon. George Villiers, M.P.); born 3 Jan.,
1802 (see Foster's Peerage, E. Clarendon).

Hamels Park, Puckeridge, Ware ; 7, Park Shot Rich-
mond, SW. ; 39^ Sloane .Street, ^.W. ; AthenEum,
Reform, Brooks', Travellers', and National Liberal Clubs



Villiers, Hon. Edward Reginald
Clement, a student of the Inner Temple 9 Nov.,
1875 (then aged 25), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1880 (3rd son of George Augustus Frederic,
6th Earl of Jersey, dec); born 18 June, 1849
(see Foster's Peerage).
32, Wilton Place, S.W.

De Villiers, Sir John Henry,
K.C.M.G., 1882, chief justice of Cape of Good
Hope and president of the legislative council of
that colony since 1874, attorney-general 1872-4,
knighted 4 Oct., 1877, a student of the Inner
Temple 5 June, 1863 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1865 (2nd son of Charles O.
de Villiers, Esq., of the Paarl, Cape of Good
Hope); born 9 June, 1843; married 18 May,
1871, Aletta, dau. of J. P. Jordan, Esq., of
Worcester (see Foster's Baronetage).
Wynberg House, Cape Town, South Africa,

Vincent, Charles Edward Howard,
F.R.G.S., director of criminal investigations
metropolitan police 1878-84, lieut.-col. com-
mandant 13th (Queen's VVestminster) batt.
the King's royal rifle corps 1884, late 23rd
royal fusiliers, author of Police Code and
Manual of the Criminal Law, and of Pro-
cedure d Extradition, a student 'of the Inner
Temple 3 May, 1873 (then aged 24), called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1876 (3rd surviving son of
late Rev. Sir Frederick Vincent, Bart., Canon
of Chichester, dec); born 31 May, 1849; mar-
ried 26 Oct., 1882, Ethel, 2nd dau. and
co-heir of late George Moffatt, of Goodrich
Court, CO. Hereford, M.P., and has issue (see
Foster's Baronetage).

1, Grosvenor Square, W. ; Naval and Military Club.

Vincent, James Edmiund, B.A. Christ
Church, Oxon, scholar of Winchester Coll., a
Law Times reporter Queen's bench division
(bankruptcy), a student of the Inner Temple 12
April, 1881 (then aged 23), called to the bar 26
Jan., 1884 (eldest son of Rev. James Crawley
Vincent, of Carnarvon, dec); born 17 Nov.,
1857; married I2-Aug., 1884, Mary Alexandra,
younger dau. of late S. Kemball Cook, Esq.

4, Fulham Park Road, S.W. ; 2, Pump Court, Temple,
E.G.

Vincent, John, F.R.G.S., undergrad.
Caius Coll., Camb,, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 22 Jan., 1842 (then aged 22), called to the
bar 4 May, 1847 (2nd son of John Painter
Vincent, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn Fields) ; born
•,.1820; reported dead by Lincoln's Inn.

2, Ulster Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.

Vincent, Spencer, B.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1848, a student of the Inner Temple 5
June, 1848 (then aged 22), called to the bar
21 Nov., 1851 (3rd son ofRev. Edward Vincent,
of Rowde, Wilts) ; born ,1826.

.5, Upper Porchester Street, W. ; 7, Stone Buildings,
Lmcoln s Inn, W.C.

Vintcent, Joseph, B.A., LL.B., Trin.

Hall, Camb., 1884, a student of the Middle
Temple 12 April, 1881, called to the bar 26
Jan., 1885 (eldest son of Lewis Anthony Vint-
cent, of Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, mer-
chant) ; born ,
Trinity Hall, Cambridge.



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Vipan, Frederick John, M.A., Wad-
ham Coll., Oxon, 1844, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 20 April, 1842, called to the bar there
24 Nov., 1845, admitted a barrister of the
Middle Temple ad eundcm 14 June, 1853 (4th
son of Thomas Vipan, Esq., of Thetford, Norfolk,
dec.) ; born ,

Care of Sutton House, Sutton, Ely.

Vivian, Charles Edwards Ennis, a
student of the Inner Temple 9 Jan., 1855 (then
aged 18), called to the bar 6 June, 1864 (2nd
son of John Edwards Vivian, Esq., of Plean
House, CO. Stirling, N.B.) ; born , 1837;

married 9 June, 1858, Emma FitzGerald, eldest
dau. of Rev. G. F. Galaher, M.A., incumbent of
St. Mark's, Southwark.

Vivian, Hon. Claud Hamilton, a
member of the Western circuit, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 5 June, 1871 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 30 April, 1874 (4th son of
Charles, 2nd Lord Vivian); born 18 March,
1849 ; married 29 April, 1878, Constance Emily,
2nd dau. of late Capt. Jules Alexandre Sartoris,
of Hopperford Hall, co. Warwick, and has
issue (see Foster's Peerage).

The Firs, Tittle Row, Maidenhead ; Lamb Buildings,
Temple, E.C.

Vivian, John Henry Brougham, a
member of the Western circuit, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 19 April, i860 (then aged 26),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1863 (eldest son of
John Edward Vivian, Esq., late of Plean House,
CO. Stirling, dec); born , 1834.



De Vos, Frederick Henry, under-
grad. St. John's Coll., Camb., a student of the



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