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Inner Temple 2i Nov., 1878 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1881 (2nd son of
Frederick William de Vos, proctor of supreme
court Ceylon) ; born , 1857.

Colombo, Ceylon.

Vredenburgh, Watson, a commis-
sioner for suppression of slave trade 1863-70,
consular service 1852-70, a student of the
Middle Temple 14 Oct., 1835, called to the bar
25 Jan., 1839 (eldest son of William Vreden-
burgh, of Kingston, Jamaica, dec); born

Para, Jamaica.

De Vries, Klaas Fritzes, matric.
London Univ. 1878, a student of the Inner
Temple 18 Nov., 1874 (then aged 18), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (only son of Fritz Klazes
de Vries, of Walton-on-Thames, merchant) ;
born , 1856; married 8 Nov., 1883,

Mary Fowler, 2nd dau. of Ebenezer Walker
Henry, of Penn Garth, Croydon, Surrey.

Springfield, Walton-on-Thames.

Vye, Nathaniel, a student of the
Middle Temple 14 Jan., 1840, called to the bar
S May, 1843 (eldest son of Nathaniel Vye, of
Ilfracombe, Devon) ; born ,

Ilfracombe.



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Wace, Henry, M.A., St. John's Coll.,
Camb., 1879, joint author of Yate-Lee's Law of
Bankruptcy^ 2nd edn., a student of the Inner
Temple 12 June, 1876 (then aged 22), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1879 (3rd son of George Wace,
of Shrewsbury, solicitor) ; born , 1854.

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

Waddilove, Alfred, D.C.L., M.A.,

Trin. Coll., Oxon, 1839, official of the archdeacon
of Middlesex, author of Digest of Ecclesiastical
Cases, Laws of Marriage and Divorce, etc., an
advocate of Doctors' Commons 2 Nov., 1839, a
student of the Inner Temple 12 Jan., 1836
(then aged 24), called to the bar 23 Nov., 1841
(4th son of John Waddilove, dec, late of Thorpe,
Yorks, gent.) ; born , 18 12.

19, Kensington Park Gardens, W.

Waddingham, Thomas James, M.A.

Oriel Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1862, a member of the
Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
IS April, 1863 (then aged 23), called to the bar
26 Jan., 1866 (2nd son of John Waddingham,
Esq., of Guyting Grange, co. Glouc.J ; born 27
Feb., 1840.

Hafod, Aberystwith.

'Waddy,Cadwallader, practises before
the High Court at Madras, a student of the
Middle Temple 19 Nov., 1870, called to the
bar 7 June, 1873 (eldest son of Joseph Swan
Waddy, of Wexford, solicitor, an officer
R.M.L.I.) ; born 28 Feb., 1846.
Madras.

Waddy, Samuel Danks, Q.C., M.P.

Edinburgh since Nov., 1882, Barnstaple 1874-9,
Sheffield 1879-80, B.A. London Univ. 1850
and a member of Convocation, a member of the
North-eastern circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 3 Nov., 1855 (then aged 25), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1858, Q.C. 9 Feb., 1874,
bencher 16 Jan., 1877 (eldest son of Rev.
Samuel Dousland Waddy, D.D., of Sheffield,
Yorks) ; born 27 June, 1830; married 4 Sept.,
i860, Emma, dau. of late Samuel A. Gabbutt,
Esq., of Hull.

ThomclifFe, Finsbury Park, Stoke Newington, N. ; 5,
Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.; Devonshire and City
Liberal Clubs.

Wade, Charles Gregory, B.A., St.
lohn's Coll., Camb., 1848, J.F. Devon, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 2 May, 1848, went to the Inner
Temple 23, and called to the bar there 30,
April, 1852 (eldest son of Rev. Charles Gregory
Wade, late of Hanwood, Salop, dec); born
1826.
Knowle, Dawlish, Devon.



Wade, Charles Joseph, a member of
the Oxford circuit, J.P. Devon, a student of
Gray's Inn 12 June, 1840, went to the Inner
Temple 11, and called to the bar there 19, Nov.,
1847 (2nd son of Charles Wade, of Hawkshutt,
CO. Staff., gent); born , 181 6; married

14 March, 1844, Emily, dau. of Robert Colmer,
Esq., of Yoxford, Suifolk, and of the Inner
Temple.

The Knowle, Dawlish ; Drewson, Chagford, Devon.

Wade, Claude FitzRoy, B.A., Mag-
dalen Coll., Oxon, 1872 (exhibition 1872), from
Wellington Coll., associate on North-eastern
circuit since Jan., 1880, private secretary to
late Rt. Hon. Sir Fitzroy Kelly (lord chief
baron of the exchequer) Dec, 1873, to Sept.,
1S80, a student of the Middle Temple 2 July,
1869, called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (only son
of late Col. Sir Claude Martine Wade, C.B.) ;
born 2 Jan., 1849; married 26 Aug., 1880, Lucy
Marcy, 2nd dau. of late James Lean, Esq.,
judge of the supreme court at Agra.

93, Cambridge Gardens, Netting Hill, W. ; 3, Pump
Court, Temple, E.C.

( Wadia),Cursetjee Rustomjee, matric.
London Univ. 1872, assistant collector and
magistrate at Gorakhpur, Allahabad, a student
of the Middle Temple 13 Nov., 1874, called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1882 [eldest son of Rustomjee
Ardaseer (Wadia), of Bombay, shipbuilder] ;
born , 1855.

Gorakhpur, Allahabad, North-west Provinces India.

Wadya, Hormasji Ardaseer, matric.
London Univ. 1866, late of Bombay Univ.,
practises before the High Court at Bombay, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 16 Jan., 1865 (then
aged 18), called to the bar 10 June, 1870 (eldest
son of Ardaseer Dhunjeebhoy Wadya, of
Bombay); born , 1847.

Bombay.

Wagg, Edward, a member of the
South-eastern circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 25 May, 1863 (then aged 19), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1866 (2nd son of John Wag''
of London); born , 1844. °'

77, Grosvenor Street, W. ; 2, Dr. Johnson's Buildings
Temple, E.C. ; Windham Club, S.W. ounamgs,

Waggett, John Francis, M.A. Corpus

Christi Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1S74, Law Times re-
porter Chancery Division High Court, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 7 June, 1872 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 28 Juiie, 1876 (eldest son of
John Waggett, of London, M.D.) ; born

, 1851; married 29 April, 1879, Edith
Bonsor, 3rd dau. of John Batley, Esq., of
London.

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



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Wagner, Henry, M.A. Merton Coll.,
Oxon, B.A. 1862, F.S.A., a student of the
Inner Temple 13 April, 1866 (then aged 25),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 187 1 (3rd son of Rev.
Henry Michell Wagner, late vicar of Brighton,
dec); born 16 July, 1840 (see Foster's Our
Noble and Gentle Families).

13, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, W. ; Grafton, Wind-
ham, and New University Clubs, S.W.

^Vahid-ud-din, Prince Mahomed,
attache to the governor-general of India, a
student of the Middle Temple 28 April, 187 1,
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1875 (eldest son of
Prince Mahomed Bushwrooddin, of Calcutta) ;
bom , 1837.

Calcutta.

Wainewright, John Hertslet, B.A.,
Christ Church, Oxon, 1870, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 21 Nov., 1S68 (then aged 20), called
to the bar 30 April, 1872 (eldest son of John
Wainewright, of Lee, Kent, a taxing master of
the High Court of Chancery) ; born ,

1848.
Belmont, Lee, Kent.

Wake, Drury, B.A., Christ Church,
Oxon, 1 85 1, a student of the Inner Temple 24
Oct., 1856 (then aged 29), called to the bar 10
June, 1859 (3rd son of Sir Charles Wake, Bart.,
of Courteenhall, Northants) ; born ,1827;

married 20 Aug., 1874, Louisa Julia Harriet,
younger dau. and co-heir of Henry Osmond
Nethercote, Esq., of Moulton Grange, Northants,
and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).
Pitsford Hall, near Northampton ; Arthur's Club.

■Wakefield, Edward Thomas, B.A.
Trin. Coll., Dublin, a student of Lincoln's Inn
25 Jan., 1844 (then aged 22), called to the bar
8 June, 1849 (eldest son of Thomas Christy
Wakefield, Esq., of Moyallon House, co. Down);
born , 1822 (see Foster's Our Noble and

Gentle Families).
Moyallon House, near Belfast.

Wakeman, Henry Offley, M.A., All
Souls' Coll., Oxon, 1877, B.A., ist class modem
history, and fellow 1873, from Eton, a member
of the Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 14 Nov., 1873 (then aged 2l), called to
the bar 25 April, 1 877 (2nd son of late Sir Offley
Penbuiy Wakeman, Bart., of Perdiswell Hall,
CO. Wore.) ; bom 25 Sept., 1852 (see Foster's
Baronetage').
Windham Club.

Wakeman, Sir Offley, Bart., M.A.,

Christ Church, Oxon, 1876, from Eton, J. P.
Salop, lord of the manor of Rorrington, a student
of the Inner Temple 4 Feb., 1873 (then aged
22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1876 (eldest son
of late Sir Offley Penbuiy Wakeman, Bart., of
Perdiswell Hall, co. Wore); born 15 Nov.,
1850 (see Foster's Baronetage).
Rorrington Lodge, Chirbury, Salop.



Wakley, Henry Membury, a student
of the Middle Temple 12 Nov., 1842, called to
the bar 5 Nov., 1847 (2nd son of Thomas
Wakley, Esq., of London); bom , ;

married 21 June, 1853, Catherine Ann, 2nd
dau. of late Francis Pinkney, Esq., of White-
hall and Swansea.

5, Duke Street, Adelphi, W.C.

Walcott, (Hon.) Robert John, chief
justice of British Honduras, a student of the
Middle Temple 6 June, 1843, called to the bar
28 May, 1847 (eldest son of John Lawrence
Walcott, Esq., of Ashley Hall, Jamaica); born

British Honduras.

Walcott, Sir Stephen, K.C.M.G. 30

May, 1877, chief colonial, land, and emigration
commissioner 1877-8, chief secretary governor-
general of Canada 1835-8, secretary to Emigra-
tion Commission 1840-60, second commissioner
1860-77, '^ student of Lincoln's Inn 27 Nov.,
1822 (then aged 16), called to the bar 8 Feb.,
1828 (eldest son of Robert John Walcott, of
the island of Barbados) ; bom , 1806;

married 30 Jan., 1838, Frances Isabella, only
dau. of John Davidson, commissioner of Crown
lands Quebec (see Foster's Baronetage).

Lansdowne Cottage, Worthing ; 7, Grange Park,
Ealing, W. ; Hanover Square Club, W.

■Walcott, William Chase, a member

of the colonial bar 1867, a student of Gra^s
Inn 2 Nov., 1865, called to the bar 28 June,
1876 (only son of William Walcott, of Bridge-
town, Barbados, merchant, dec.) ; born
2, Gray's Inn Square, W.C.

Waley, Arthur Joseph, a student of

Lincoln's Inn 8 Nov., 1869 (then aged 19), called
to the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (eldest son of Jacob
Waley, Esq., of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law,
dec.) ; bom , 1850,

20, Wimpole Street, W. ; 7, New Square, Lincoln's
Inn, W.C.

Walford, Ambrose Berry, B.A.,

Trin. Coll., Camb., 1882, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 20 Nov., 1879 (then aged 22), called to the
bar 18 April, '1883 (only son of John Berry
WaIford,Esq., of Abergavenny, dec); born 1857.

6, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, W.

Walford, Cornelius, author of The

Insurance Handbook and The Insurance Cyclo-
paedia and many other works, a student of the
Middle Temple 8 Jan., 1858, called to the bar 17
Nov., i860 (eldest son of Cornelius Walford, of
Witham, Essex, naturalist); bom 2 April, 1827;
married Ist, , , Jane, dau. of Charles

Malyon, of Witham, Essex ; she died , 1863 ;
he married 2ndly, 9 April, 1864, Eliza, eldest
dau. of Thomas Beddall, Esq., of Finchingfield,
Essex; she died , 1879; he married 3rdly,

, 1883, Laura Julia, 2nd dau. of Thomas
Cromelin, Esq., late of Finchley, Middlesex.
86, Bclsize Park Gardens, N.W.

Walford, Weston Styleman, a stu-
dent of the Middle Temple 18 Nov., 1823,
called to the bar 27 Nov., 1829 (4th son of
William Walford, of Stoke, near Clare, Suffolk,
gent., dec.) ; bom ,

z, Piowden I3uildings, Temple, E.C.



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Walker, Arthur George, a student of

Lincoln's Inn 15 Jan., 1877 (then aged 34),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1879 (2nd son of
George James Walker, late capt. 14th light
dragoons) ; born , 1843.

Teignmouth ; 7, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W. C.

Walker, Charles, M.A. (late fellow),
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1858, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 12 Nov., 1853 (then aged 23), called to the
bar 6 June, i860 (3rd son of George James
Alexander Walker, Esq., of Norton, co. Wor-
cester) ; born , 1830 ; married 1st, 18
April, 1865, Mary Ellen, only dau. of Thomas
IMurhall-Griffith, Esq., of Ashgrove, Salop;
she died 12 Aug., 1872; he married 2nd]y, 4
Aug., 1875, Gertrude Mary Cornwall, eldest
dau. of late Rev. Henry Cornwall Legh.

35, Redcliffe Gardens, South Kensington, S.W. ; 12,
New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Walker, Charles Oakleigh, M.A.,

Trin. Coll., Camb., 1880, a student of the Inner
Temple 13 June, 1877 (then aged 23), called to
the bar g June, 1880 (only son of Charles James
Walker, of Southsea) ; bom , 1854.

23, Stanley Gardens, Netting Hill, W. ; 9, Stone
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. W.C.

Walker, Charles Wentworth, B.A.,

St. John's Coll., Camb., 1853, a student of the
Inner Temple 18 April, 1853 (then aged 24),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1856 (only son of
Thomas Walker, of Newbridge, co. Staff.) ; born
, 1829.

Walker, Edward, B.A., Exeter Coll.,

Oxon, 1867, a student of the Inner Temple 17
Nov., 1865 (then aged 22), called to the bar 17
Nov., 1868 (2nd son of John Walker, of Yoik,
gent.); born , 1843; married i Aug.,

1S72, Anne Robertson, dau. of W. Bell, Esq.

Endlesham Road, Balham, S.W. ; 33, Chancery Lane,
W.C.

Walker, Edward Wilham, under-
grad. Trin. Coll., Camb., from Harrow, a member
of the Midland circuit, J.P. Notts, a student of
Lincoln's Inn II Jan., 1866 (then aged 21)
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1868 (eldest son of
Sir Edward Samuel Walker, of Berry Hill,
Notts) ; born 4 April, 1S44; married ,

1876, Elizabeth, youngest dau. of Thomas Ewell,
Esq. (see Foster's Yorkshire Collection).

5, Dean Street, Park Lane. W. ; Junior Carlton Club.

Walker, Frederick William, M.A.,

late fellow and tutor Corpus Christi Coll., Oxon,
Vinerian law scholar, B.A. 1853, went the
Western circuit, head master of St. Paul's
School, London, since 1876, of Manchester
Grammar School 186 — 76, public examiner (in
lit. hum. for honours) Oxford Univ. 1S68-9, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 21 April, 1855 (then
aged 24), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1858 (eldest
son of Thomas Walker, of Rugby) ; born

, 1831.
St. Paul's School, London.



Walker, Hopson Pinckney, LL.B.
London Univ. 1856, B.A., Jesus Coll., Camb.,
1853, practises before the supreme court of
Victoria, a student of the Middle Temple 2 July,
1847, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1855 (Sth son
of Rev. Henry Walker, of London) ; born

, ; married 4 Jan., 1858, Cora Caroline,

only dau. of late William Badford, of Bristol ;
she died , ; he married 2ndly, 28

April, 1875, Harriet Robertson, 2nd dau. of S.
B. Vaughan, Esq., of South Yarra.
25, Temple Court, Melbourne, Victoria.

Walker, Ingram Bathurst, private

secretary to president of Board of Trade (Mr.
Chamberlain) since 1880, a student of the Inner
Temple 17 Jan., 1870 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (only son of late Sir
William Harrison Walker, late H.E.I.C.S.) ;
born , 1849.

49, Prince's Square, W. ; Board of Trade, Whitehall,
S.W.

Walker, James Douglas, M.A. Univ.
Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1865, a commissioner of
supply for Aberdeenshire, author of A Treatise
on Banking Law, a student of Lincoln's Inn
31 Dec, 1862 (then aged 21), called to the bar
5 June, 1866 (eldest son of James Walker,
Esq., of Blairton, co. Aberdeen) ; born ,

1841; married 12 Dec, 1871, Susan M ,

youngest dau. of John Forster, Esq., of Mal-
verleys, Hants.

Blairton, Belhelvie, Aberdeen ; 5, Oxford Square, W.

Walker, James William, LL.B.,

Christ's Coll., Camb., 1867, senior assistant judge
and session judge Hyderabad, a student of the
Inner Temple 7 Jan., 1865 (then aged 19),
called to the bar 27 Jan., 1868 (4th son of
John Walker, late B.C.S.) ; born , 1846 ;

married 14 March, 1879, Annie Charlotte, dau.
of T. H. Travis, Esq., J.P. Hull.
Hyderabad, Bombay.

V^alker, John, M.A. St. Mary Hall,

Oxon, B.A. 1852, a student of the Inner Temple
10 Jan., 1850 (then aged 21), called to the bar
9 June, 1854 (eldest son of Thomas Walker,
Esq., of Mar3rport, Cumberland) ; born ,

1829.
Maryport, Cumberland.

Walker, John, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1856, a member of the Oxford circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple 14 Dec, 1852
(then aged 21), called to the bar 30 April, 1856
(eldest son of Samuel Walker, Esq., of Pendle-
ton, Manchester) ; born , 1 83 1.
Westbourne House, Cheltenham.

Walker, John Bayldon, a member
of the North-eastern circuit, associate arts
Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 4 Nov.,
1872 (then aged 18), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1875 (eldest son of Charles Walker, of Dews-
bury, solicitor, and of Serjeants' Inn, London) ;
born 16 Jan., 1854.
6, Sei-jeants' Inn, Fleet Street, E. C.



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Walker, John Edward, M.A., Balliol
Coll., Oxon, 1834, a student of the Inner Temple
II May, 1830 (then aged 21), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1837 (only son of John Walker, of
Ardwick, co. Lane.) ; born , 1809;

married 15 May, 1849, Mary Frederica, dau. of
John Bury, Esq., of Scarborough.
83, Queen's Gate, S.W.

Walker, John Francis, M.A., Sidney
Sussex Coll., Camb., 1871, senior natural science
tripos 1866, formerly lecturer in natural sciences
Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb., and univ. teacher of
chemistry, F.G.S., F.C.S., F.L.S., etc., author of
several geological and chemical papers, a mem-
ber of the North-eastern circuit, a student of the
InnerTemple2 Nov., 1871 (then aged 31), called
to the bar 6 June, 1874 (elder son of late John
Walker, of York, gent); born 25 Nov., 1839;
married 18 April, 1882, Alice, youngest dau. of
Charles Cracknell, Esq., of Knoyle House,
Ealing.

4T, Popplesdorff AUde, Bonn, Germany.

Walker, John Thomas, M.A., Caius
Coll., Camb., 1841, a student of Lincoln's Inn
21 March, 1839 (then aged 22), called to the
bar 6 May, 1842 (eldest son of Rev. John
Walker, rector of Cottered, Herts) ; born 1817.

'Walker, Philip Francis, major late
46th Middlesex rifle volunteers, served in 75'^^
highlanders 1868-73, educated at Harrow, author
oiAfghanistan, its History, etc., a member of the
Western circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
3 Nov., 1873 (then aged 23), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1876 (3rd son of late Edward Walker,
of London and Chesterfield, Derbyshire); born
25 Nov., 1849; married 27 April, 1882, Mary
Alice, 4th dau. of late Major Beare, 46th regt.,
of Kingsgate, Kent.
36, Princes' Gardens, S.W.

^A^alker, Russell Donnithorne, M.A.
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1865, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 28 Jan., 1867 (then aged 24),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1871 (6th son of
Isaac Walker, Esq., of Arnos Grove, Southgate) ;
born 13 Feb., 1842.
II, Curzon Street, W.

Walker, Thomas, M.A., St. John's

Coll., Camb., 1858, a student of the Middle
Temple 15 Nov., 1858, called to the bar 27
Jan., 1862 (eldest son of late Thomas Walker,
of Reading, Berks, gent.); bom ,

Late of Grosvenor Villa, Plumstead Common.

■Walker, Thomas Francis William,
M.A., Exeter Coll., Oxon, 1845, F.G.S.,
F.R.G.S., F.R.H.S., a student of the Inner
Temple 18 Jan., 1849 (then aged 29), called to
the bar 30 April, 1852 (only son of Francis
Walker, of Bath); born , 1820.

3, Circus, Bath; Athenaeum Club, S.W.

Walker, William, clerk and receiver
to the governors of the Wakefield charities,
etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 6 June,
1868 (then aged 36), called to the bar i May,
1 87 1 (Sth son of Henry Walker, late of Wake-
field, lieut. R.N., dec.) ; born 25 Jan., 1832.
Sandal, near Wakefield, and Market Street, Wakefield.



Walker, William Buttle, B.A., Mag-
dalen Coll., Camb., 1837, a student of the Inner
Temple g Nov., 1835 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 8 May, 1840 (only son of Joseph
Walker, Esq., of Lascelles Hall, Huddersfield) ;
born , 1814.



Walker, William Gregory, B.A.,
Exeter Coll., Oxon, 187 1, author of Manual of
Law of Partition, The Partition Acts 1868 and
1876, Compendium of haw relating to Executors
and Administrators, a student of Lincoln's Inn
7 May, 1870 (then aged 21), called to the bar
7 June, 1873 (2nd son of Giles Walker, Esq.,
late of North Lynn, Norfolk) ; born ,

1849; married 9 Sept., 1875, Anna Maria,
eldest dau. of late Thomas W. Smith, Esq., of
Glen Rock, Sydney, New South Wales.
Glen Rock, Sydney, New South Wales.

Cant- Wall, Edward, assumed the
additional surname of Wall, a student of Gray's
Inn 17 Jan., 1874, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1876 (2nd surviving son of George Fa veil
Cant, gent., of Hornsey, Middlesex) ; born

I, Cloisters, Temple, E.C.

Wall, James Cresswell, a member
of the Western circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple i May, 1875 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1878 (eldest son of James
Cresswell Wall, of Bristol) ; born ,

1854; married 22 Aug., 1883, Ida Marian,
eldest dau. of late Alexander Ashby, of Bar-
bados.

Albion Chambers, Bristol ; 6, Crown Office Row,
Temple, E.C.

Wall, Septimus, a member of the
Western circuit, a student of the Middle Temple
3 June, 1872, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1875
(4th son of Abiathar Brown Wall, of London,
surgeon) ; born , ; married 14

June, 1880, Mary Wade, eldest dau. of G.
Robinson, Esq., of Boyne Hill, co. Kildare.



Wallace, George Henry, M.A., Jesus

Coll., Camb., 1881, B.A. 1876, joint author of
A Treatise on the Liability of Employers, a stu-
dent of Lincoln's Inn 22 June, 1876 (then aged
21), called to the bar 7 May, 1879 (eldest son
of Rev. Thomas Sneyd Wallace, late of Bolton,
CO. Lane. , dec); born 18 Sept., 1854; unmarried.
The Lindens, St. Leonards-on-Sea ; 3, Plowden Build-
ings, Temple, E.C.

Wallace, James, M.A. Edinburgh
Univ., a member of Faculty of Advocates Edin-
burgh, a student of the Inner Temple 20 April,
1872 (then aged 23), called to the bar 30 April,
1875 (eldest son of late James Wallace, of
Edinburgh, banker) ; born , 1849,

91, Harley Street, W.



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Wallace, Robert, B.A. Trin. Coll.,
Dublin, an examiner of High Court since Feb.,
1884, a member of the North-eastern circuit, a
revising barrister for Marylebone since Aug.,
1884, a student of the Middle Temple 8 Nov.,
1871, called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (3rd son of
Rev. Robert Wallace, late of Dublin) ; born
3, King's Bench Walk (North), Temple, E.C.

■Wallace, Robert, M.A., a student of
the Middle Temple 22 Jan., 1881, called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1883 (2nd son of Jasper Wallace,
of Culross, CO. Perth, dec); born ,

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

Wallace, Robert Lamb, a member
of the South-eastern circuit, matric. Edinburgh
Univ., a student of the Middle Temple 18 May,
1878, called to the bar 21 June, 1882 (eldest
son of Rev. Robert Wallace, of Edinburgh,
D.D.) ; born ,

3, King's Bench Walk (North), Temple, E.C.

Wallace, Roger William, a member
of the North-eastern circuit, matric. London
Univ. 1872, author of Practice for Obtaining
Letters Patent for Inventions, a student of the
Middle Temple 21 Jan., 1879, called to the bar
26 Jan., 1882 (eldest son of Hugh Wallace, of
Tulse Hill, London, sometime of Jersey) ; bom
28 April, 1854; married 3 Sept., 1877, Sarita,
eldest dau. of John Thornton, Esq., of St.
Petersburg.

21, De Vere Gardens, Kensington, W. ; 2, Harcourt
Buildings, Temple, E.C.

Waller, Edmund, B.A., Brasenose
Coll., Oxon, 1850, matric. London Univ. 1849,
high sheriff co. Glouc. 1876, J.P., D.L, J.P.
Yorks North Riding, J.P., D.L. Bucks, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 26 April, 1850 (then
aged 22), called to the bar 30 April, 1853
(eldest son of Harry Edmund Waller, Esq., of
Farmington Lodge, co. Glouc); born 29 Jan.,
1828; married 1st, 7 July, 1859, Lucy Georgiana,
youngest dau. of late Henry Elwes, Esq., of
Colesbourne Park, co. Glouc. ; she died 30
Aug., 1878; he married 2ndly, , 1S80,

Emily Mary, 2nd dau. of G. A. Young, Esq., of

Kirby Fleetham Hall, Bedale ; Farmington Lodge,
Northleach, co. GIouc-

Waller, Frederick, Q.C., of the
Equity bar, a member of the South-eastern
circuit, member of Council of Legal Education,
J.P. Middlesex, J.P., D.L. Hunts, and acting
deputy chairman quarter sessions, a student of
the Middle Temple 19 April, 1845, went to the
Inner Temple 19 April, 1848, where he was
called to the bar 5 May, 1848, Q.C. 9 Feb.,
1874, bencher 12 June, 1874 (only surviving
son of Samuel Waller, Esq., of Cuckfield,
Sussex); born Feb., 1825.

Grassland, Cuckfield, Sussex ; Pidley Manor, Hunting-
don ; 6, Chester Square, S.W. ; it, Old Square, Lin-
coln's Inn, W.C. ; Conservative Club.

Wallis, Charles Woodward, M.A.
Wadham Coll., Oxon, B.A. 1875, a student of
the Middle Temple 4 May, 1867, called to the
bar 6 June, 187 1 (son of Charles Balfour Wallis,
of Calcutta) ; born ,

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



Wallis, (Hon.) John Edward, a judge
of international court of first instance in Egypt
since 1882, in consular service 1874-81, consul
at Port Said 1879-82, matric. London Univ.
1842, a student of the Inner Temple 9 Dec,
1841 (then aged 20), called to the bar 29 Jan.,
1847 (eldest son of Edward S. Wallis, Esq., late
of London, dec.) ; born , 1821 ; married

9 Feb., 1S59, Anna, only dau. of Robert Power,
Esq., of Dublin and of Gurtnamena, co. Galway.
Cairo, Egypt.

Wallis, Thomas Arthur, B.A., Caius
Coll., Camb., 1880, a student of the Middle
Temple 29 Jan., 1879, called to the bar 18 April,
1883 (eldest son of Thomas Wallis, of South-
ampton) ; born ,

3, Plowden Buildings, Temple, E.C.



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