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Fischer, Robert, B.L. Madras Univ.,
practises before the High Court at Madras, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 10 Oct., 1871 (then
aged 31), called to the bar 7 June, 1873 (eldest
son of George Frederick Fischer, of Madras,
zemindar of Salen) ; born , 1840; married

1st, 28 May, 1882, Isabella Maude, 2nd dau. of
late J. S. Drury, M.D. ; she died 18 Jan., 1884;
he married 2ndly, 4 Sept., 1884, Sybil Blanche
Colebrooke, youngest dau. of Major E. Croker
Stewart (and granddau. of late Genl. Sir J,
Hunter Littler, G.C.B.).
Madras.

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Fischer, Thomas Halhed, Q.C. 1872,

equity professor to Inns of Court since 1883, ex-
aminer in real and personal property law 1882-3,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 6 Nov., 1845 (then
aged 15), called to the bar 13 June, 1851, Q.C.
8 Feb., 1872, bencher 8 May, 1872 (2nd son of
Capt. Thomas Fischer, H.E.I.C.S.) ; born

, 1830; married 30 March, 1853, Agnes
Adamina, 3rd dau. of late Major-Genl. Hogg, of
Wimbledon, Surrey.

The Oaks, Walton-on-the-HUl, Epsom ; 12, New
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Fishbourne, Ernest Henry, M.A.,

Trin. Coll., Camb., 1882, LL.B. 1879, a mem-
ber of the Midland circuit, a student of the
Middle Temple 22 Nov., 1875, called to the
bar 7 May, 1879 (only son of Admiral E. G.
Fishbourne, C.B.) ; born 16 Jan., 1856 ; mar-
ried 4 June, 1883, Ida Annie, only child of
Edouard Feyt de Revel, Tarn and Garonne
conservateur des hypotheques.

26, Hcgarth Road, Earl's Court, S.W. ; 2, Plowden
Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Fishbourne, Francis Cuthbert, jour-
nalist, a student of the Middle Temple I Nov.,
1877, called to the bar 9 June, 1880 (4th son of
Rev. George William Fishbourne, of Bognor,
Sussex, Dissenting minister) ; born ,

Fountain Court, Temple, E.G.

Fisher, Clement Ireby, a member of
the Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 12 April, 1869 (then aged 23), called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1872 (2nd son of Rev. George
Hutchinson Fisher, M.A., of Bentley Hall, co.
Stafford, J.P.) ; horn , 1846; married

23 June, 1881, Florence May, onlj' dau. of late
Isaac Spooner, Esq., J. P., stipendiary magis-
trate South Staffordshire.

Hanley, Staffordshire ; 68, Piccadilly.

Fisher, Frank Joseph, a student of
the Inner Temple I Nov., 1877 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (eldest son of
Joseph Fisher, Esq., of Adelaide, South Aus-
tralia) ; born , 1859.
5, Anglesea Terrace, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

Fisher, Herbert William, M.A.,
Christ Church, Oxon, 1851, vice-warden of the
stannaries of Cornwall and Devon since 1870,
private secretary and keeper of the privy seal
to H.R.H. Prince of Wales 1861-70, a student
of the Inner Temple II Jan., 1853 (then aged
26), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1855 (eldest son
of Rev. William H. Fisher, rector of Poulshot,
Wilts, and canon residentiary of Salisbury) ;
born , 1826.

Whitley Ridge, Brockenhurst, Hants.

Fisher, John Cowley, M.A., Queen's
Coll., Oxon, 1844, J.P. Cumberland, lord of the
manor of Huthwaite, a student of the Middle
Temple 9 April, 1828, called to the bar 21 Nov.,
1834 (only son of John Sanderson Fisher, Esq.,
of Woodhall, Cumberland) ; born ,

1807 ; married , 1859, Sarah, youngest

dau. of George Henry Hewit-Oliphant, Esq.
of Broadfield House, Cumberland ; she died
, 1880.
Woodhall, Cockcrmouth



Fisher, Richard Chester, B.A.
Christ Church, Oxon, a member of the Northern
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 2 Nov.,
1863, called to the bar 6 June, 1866 (only son
»f Richard Fisher, of Hill Top, near Midhurst,
Sussex, solicitor) ; born Nov., 1840; married

, , , eldest daughter of late

Richard Cobden, Esq., M.P.
Hill Top, near Midhurst, Sussex.

Fisher, Richard Trott, M.A., Pem-
broke Hall, Camb., 1829, author of Act for the
Amendment of the Law with respect to Wills,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 12 April, 1826 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 29 May, 1829 (2nd
son of Rev. Edmund Fisher, of Linton, co.
Camb.) ; born , 1805.



Fisher, Robert, assistant commis-
sioner of the Larnaca High Court of Justice,
Cyprus since 1883, a student of Lincoln's Inn

16 Jan., 1857 (then aged 27), called to the bar

17 Nov., 1859 (eldest son of Henry Fisher, Esq.,
of Hill Head, co. Perth).; born , 1830;
married 5 Oct., 1882, Alice Anne, dau. of late
Rev. W. H. Beauchamp, rector of Chedgrave,
Norfolk (see Foster's Baronetage').

Larnaca, Cyprus.

Horman-Fisher, Roger, a stu-
dent of the Middle Temple I June, 1836,
called to the bar 2 May, 1845 (eldest son
of Roger Staples Horman-Fisher, Esq., of Bent-
worth Hall, Hants, dec.) ; born , ;
married ID March, 1859, Anne, widow of Richard
Thomas Staples-Browne, Esq., of Launton,
Oxon, dau. of Robert Brettell Bate, Esq., of
London.



Horman-Fisher, Samuel Sharpe,

J.P. Glamorgan, educated at Westminster, a
student of the Middle Temple 22 Jan., 1842,
called to the bar 20 Nov., 1846 (2nd son of
Roger Staples Horman-Fisher, Esq., of Bent-
worth Hall, Hants) ; born , 1823 ; mar-
ried , 1 85 1, Jane, dau. of Robert Eaton,
banker, of Bryn-y-Mor, Glamorgan.
Llwyn Derw, Swansea.

Fisher, Theodore John, a member
of the Midland circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple 28 June, 1879, called to the bar 17
Nov., 1S83 (2nd son of James Fisher, Esq.,
late of Scotholme House, Notts, dec.) ; born



Beaumont Manor, Hoddesdon,
Mansions, S.W.



Herts ; Belgrave



Fisher, William Hayes, B.A., Univ.
Coll., Oxon, 1877, a member of the Oxford
circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 21 Jan.,
1876 (then aged 22), called to the bar 27 Jan.,
1879 (eldest son of Rev. Frederick Fisher,
rector of Downham, co. Camb.) ; born ,

1854.
4, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, E.G.



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Fisher, William Richard, author
of The Law of Morlgage, etc., a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 30 May, 1848 (then aged 23), called
to the bar 13 June, 1851 (2nd son of John Goate
Fisher, Esq., of Great Yarmouth) ; born 14
Aug., 1824; married II Aug., 1852, Amelia Mary,
younger dau. of Richard Woodhouse, Esq., of
Gloucester Place, Portman Square.

Southside, Harrow-on-the-Hill ; g, Old Square, W. C.

Fisher, William Wofidhouse, practises

before the supreme court of Ceylon since 1 88 1, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 27 April, 1874 (then
aged 19), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1877 (eldest
son of William Richard Fisher, of Lincoln's
Inn, bar.-at-law) ; born 5 Feb., 1855.
Colombo, Ceylon.

Fithian, Edward William, edu-
cated at King's Coll., London, secretary to
Commons Preservation Society, assistant secre-
tary to royal commission on tonnage 1880-I,
author of The Bills of Sale Acts 1878 and that
of 1882, which he drafted, a student of the
Middle Temple 8 Dec, 1876, called to the bar
17 Nov., 1879 (only son of William Fithian, of
London) ; born 24 Feb., 1845 ; married 13 Aug.,

1870, Marianne Frances Ryder, dau. of late
James Ranton, Esq., of London.

Forest Lodge, Brodrick Road, Upper Tooting, S.W. ;
4, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Fitton, Edward Brown, B.A., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1847, a student of Lincoln's Inn

28 May, 1842 (then aged 17), called to the bar

29 Jan., 1850 (3rd son of William Henry Fitton,
of London, M.D.); born , 1825.

FitzAdam, John Thompson, re-
corder of Wigan since 1 880, a memb-^r of the
Northern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple

25 April, 1856 (then aged 33), called to the bar

26 Jan., 1859 (eldest son of late Adam Fitz-
Adam, of Birmingham, M.A., bar.-at-law) ; born

, 1833; married 13 Dec, 1871, Mary
Murray, dau. of late John Wood, Esq., of Colins-
burgh, CO. Fife.

5, PhillimoreGardens, W. ; 4, King's Bench Walk,
Temple, E.C. ; Windham Club, S.W.

FitzGerald, David, B.A., Downing
Coll., Camb., 1872, matric London Univ. 1865,
consul of the German empire in Dublin, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 31 May, 1865 (then
aged 18), called to the bar there 17 Nov.,

1871, called to the bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 17
Nov., 1872 (eldest son of John David, Baron
FitzGerald, a lord of appeal) ; born , 1847.

5, Nassau Street, Dublin.

FitzGerald, Edward, sometime clerk
in inland revenue office, abandoned his patrony-
mic Galaher, a student of Lincoln's Inn 5 May,
1864 (then aged 21), called o the bar 6 June,
1 87 1 (only son of Rev. George FitzGerald
Galaher, late incumbent of St. Mark's, Horsley-
down, Surrey) ; born , 1843.

FitzGerald, Gerald Augustus Robert,

M.A. (late fellow) St. John's Coll., Oxon, late
scholar Corpus Christi Coll., Oxon, a commis-
sioner of national education Ireland Dec, 1884,
a member of the Western circuit, author of The
Ballot Act, editor of Thrittg's Joint Stock Com-
panies, a student of Lincoln's Inn 25 April, 1868



(then aged 23), called to the bar I May, 1 87 1
(eldest son of Ven. Augustus Otway FitzGerald,
of Charlton Mackrell, Somerset, archdeacon of
Wells); born 22 Sept., 1844; married 2 Oct.,
1875, Alice Caroline Frances, eldest dau. of
Henry D. Skrine, Esq., of Warleigh and Claver-
ton Manors, Bath, and Stubbings, Berks, and
has issue.

18, Elm Park Gardens, S.W. ; 10, Great Queen Street,
Westminster, S.W. ; White's Club, S.W.

FitzGerald, Baron (Rt. Hon. John
David FitzGerald), of Kilmarnock, co. Dublin,
so created 23 June, 1882, a lord of appeal
in ordinary since 1882, solicitor-general for Ire-
land 1855-6, attorney-general April, 1856, to
March, 1858, and 1859-60, a justice of the Court
of Queen's Bench there 1860-82, M.P. Ennis
1852-60, P.C. Ireland 1856, Great Britain 1882,
hon. LL.D., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1870, a com-
missioner for national education in Ireland and
of charities and endowed schools, admitted a
student of Gray's Inn I May, 1834, called to the
bar at King's Inns, Dublin, , 1838,

Q.C. in Ireland , 1847, bencher of King's

Inns, Dublin, , 1855, a bencher of Gray's

Inn 21 Dec, 1883 (2nd son of David FitzGerald,
Esq., of Dublin); born , 1816; married

1st, , 1846, Rose, 2nd dau. of late John

D. Donohoe, Esq., of Dublin ; she died ,

1850 ; 2ndly, 3 May, i860, Hon. Jane Matilda
Mary, dau. of late Lieut. -Col. Hon. Arthur
Francis Southwell (and sister to Thomas, 4th
Viscount Southwell), and has issue (see Fos-
ter's Peerage).

Kilmarnock, Dalkey, Dublin ; 98, Portland Place, W. ;
Brooks' and .\then£eum Clubs.

FitzGerald, John Donohoe, LL.M.
Christ Coll., Camb., LL.B. 1870, a member of
the South-eastern circuit, a student of the
Inner Temple 2 May, 1866 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 6 June, 1872 (2nd son of Rt.
Hon. John David, Baron FitzGerald, now lord
of appeal England and late justice Court of
Queen's Bench Ireland); born 20 Jan., 1848;
married 7 Jan., 1881, Emma Ysolda, 2nd dau. of
Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, 2nd bart. (see
Foster's Baronetage), and has issue.
16, Campden Hill Road, W. ; Lamb Bdgs., Temple, E.C.

FitzGerald, John Vesey Vesey,

B.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon, from Rugby, author of
The Public Health Act 1875, The Electric Light-
ing Act, a member of the Midland circuit, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 16 Nov., 1869 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 7 June, 1873 (eldest
son'of William Foster Vesey FitzGerald, Esq., of
Rugby) ; born 25 Feb., 1848 (see Taster's, Peerage
and Baronetage, V. Massereene, and Foster,
bart.).
6, Crown Office Row, E.C.

FitzGerald, Lucius Henry, M.A., St.

John's Coll., Camb., 1842, a member of the
Western circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 4
May, 1838 (then aged 22), called to the bar 23
Nov., 1842 (son of Gerald FitzGerald, of Bath) ;
born , 1816; married 10 Sept., 1856, Mary

Katharine, youngest dau. of late Admiral the
Hon. Sir John Talbot, G.C.B., and has issue
(see Foster's Peerage, B. Talbot de Malahide).
The Firs, Binfield, Bracknell ; Oxford and Cambridge
Club.



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FitzGerald, William Gerald Seymour

Vesey, a member of the South-eastern circuit,
J. P. Sussex, private secretary to governor of
Bombay 1S67, assistant poHtical resident in
Persian Gulf 1872, political A.D.C. to secre-
tary of state for India 1874, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 18 Nov., 1862 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 9 June, 1865 (eldest son of Rt.
Hon. Sir William Robert Seymour FitzGerald,
G.C.S.I., of Holbrook Park, Sussex); born

, 1 84 1; married 23 Sept., 1862, Matilda,
eldest dau. of late Sir Norman Macdonald
Lockhart, Bart., and has issue.
66, Eccleston Square, S.W.

Wilson-FitzGerald,WilIiam Henry,

B.A., Univ. Coll., Oxon, 1866, from Rugby,
J.P. CO. Clare, sheriff 1882, went the iMidland
circuit, assumed the additional surname of
FitzGerald by royal licence , 1872, a

student of the Inner Temple 22 April, 1865
(then aged 21), called to the bar 7 June, 1869
(2nd son of Richard Basset Wilson, Esq., of
Cliife Hall, Yorkshire) ; born 22 April, 1844
(see Foster's Our Noble and Gentle Families).

Adelphi, Corofin, co, Clare ; New University and
Kildare Street (Dublin) Clubs.

FitzGerald, Rt. Hon. Sir William

Robert Seymour, G.C.S.l. 1868, P.C. 1866,
D.C.L., chief charity commissioner since 1875,
M.A., Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1840, Newdigate univer-
sity prize 1835, D.L. Sussex, P.C. 1S66, foreign
under-secretary 1858-9, governor of Bombay
1866-72, M.P. Horsham 1848 (unseated),
1852-65, 1874-5, a student of Lincoln's Inn 21
Jan., 1834 (then aged 17), called to the bar 29
Jan., 1839 (only son of William FitzGerald,
Esq., of Dublin) ; born , 1817 ; married i

July, 1840, Maria Tryphena, dau. of late Edward
Seymour, M.D., of London ; she died 6 May,
1865, leaving issue (see Foster's Baronetage').

Ballylinch, Kilkenny; 29, Warwick Square, S.W,;
Gwydyr House, Whitehall, S.W. ; Carlton and Uni-
versity (Dublin) Clubs.

FitzGibbon, Rl Hon. Gerald, P.C,

lord justice of appeal in Ireland since 1878,
law adviser 1876-7, sohcitor-general 1877-8,
a commissioner of national education Ireland
Dec, 1884, B.A. (scholar) Trin. Coll., DubHn,
1859, a student of Lincoln's Inn 12 Jan., 1857
(then aged 19), called to the bar. there 6 June,
1861, called to the bar at King's Inns, Dublin,
Hilary, i860, Q.C. in Ireland 1872, bencher of
King's Inns 1877 (eldest son of Gerald Fitz-
Gibbon, of Dublin, Q.C); born , 1837;
married 30 March, 1864, Margaret Ann, 2nd'
dau. of (Hon.) Francis A. FitzGerald, baron of
exchequer Ireland.

10, Merrion Square North, Dublin ; Garrick Club
W.C.

FitzGibbon, Victor Beare, B.A.,

Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1862, a student of the Inner
Temple 15 May, 1878 (then aged 38), called to
the bar 26 Jan., 18S2 (only son of William
FitzGibbon, of Cork, merchant) ; born
1 840.
Cork ; 11, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.



Fitzherbert, John Knight, M.A.,
St. John's Coll., Camb., 1846, J.P. Derbyshire,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Dec, 1843 (then
aged 23), called to the bar 28 Jan., 1847
(youngest son of late Sir Henry Fitzherbert,
of Tissington Hall, co. Derby, Bart., dec.) ;
born 27 March, 1S20; married 9 Aug., 1859,
Arabella Penelope, 3rd dau. of William White,
Esq., of Shrubs, co. Dublin, and has issue (see
Foster's Baronetage).
Twynham, Bournemouth ; Breadsall Lodge, Derby.

Fitzherbert, Samuel Thomas, B.A.,

Trin. Coll., Camb., 1869, a student of the Inner
Temple 25 Jan., 1868 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1871 (2nd son of late Edward
Herbert Fitzherbert, of the Inner Temple, bar.-
at-law) ; born , 1848.

8, Abingdon Villas, Kensington, W.

Fitzhugh, Godfrey William, under-
grad. Christ Church, Oxon, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 15 July, 1840 (then aged 19), called
to the bar 3 May, 1850 (2nd son of Thomas
Fitzhugh, of Plas Power, co. Denbigh, gentle-
man) ; born 5 Nov., 1820; married , 1872,
Catherine Emily, eldest dau. of Henry Oakeley,
Esq., of Oakeley, Salop, capt. R.N. (see Foster's
Baronetage).

Care of 2, Great Stanhope Street, W.

FitzHugh, William Henry, M.A.,
Christ Church, Oxon, 1847, chief clerk soli-
citors' department Somerset House, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 20 May, 1844 (then aged 21),
called to the bar 23 Nov., 1847 (eldest son of
Rev. William A. FitzHugh, of Streat, Sussex) ;
born , 1823; married 29 Dec, 1864,

Harriet, eldest dau. of James Mure, Esq., of
London.

17, Craven Hill Gardens, W.

Fitzjames, Alexander, Queeri's ad-
vocate and police magistrate at Sierra Leone
1858, acting governor there and acting consul-
general in the Sherbro country 1859-60, a stu-
dent of the Middle Temple 27 May, 1844, called
to the bar 28 May, 1847 (only son of John
FitzPatrick Fitzjames, of Trinidad, gentleman,
dec) ; born ,

Trinidad.

Fitzmaurice, Lord Edmond George

Petty, M.P., M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., B.A.
(scholar) 1868, under-secretary of state for
foreign afiairs since 1 8S2, private secretary to
Rt. Hon. Robert Lowe, home secretary, 1873-4
commissioner of Eastern Roumelia organiza-
tion 1880, joint British plenipotentiary at con-
ference in London Jan., 1883, M.P. Calne since
1 868, a member of the Historical MSS. Com-
mission, and a trustee of National Portrait
Gallery, educated at Eton, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 21 April, 1868 (then aged 21)
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1871 (2nd son of
Henry Petty, Marquis of Lansdowne, dec ) ■
born 19 June, 1846. '

Bowood Park, Calne ; 32, St. James' Place, S.W. ■ New
University and Brooks' Clubs. '-.iieM



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Fitzmaurice, John Gerald, inspector
of schools since 1874, a member of the Midland
circuit, engaged on House of Lords appeal
Daukins v. Lord Rokeby, undergrad. Univ. Coll.,
Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 3 Nov.,
1863 (then aged 26), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1866 (2nd son of late Major-Genl. Fitzmaurice,
K.H., of Drayton Green, Ealing, dec); bom 21
July, 1837; married 15 July, 1869, Florence
Augusta Marian, only dau. of late Thomas A,
Boyrenson, Esq., and has issue (see Foster's
Our Nobk and Gentle Families).
Drayton Green, Ealing ; United University Club.

Fitzpatrick, Dennis, secretary to
the supreme council and to the Government of
India legislative department, entered Indian
civil service 1859, B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin,
1858, a student of the Inner Temple 11 May,

1869 (then aged 31), called to the bar 30 April,
1872 (2nd son of Thomas Fitzpatrick, of Dublin,
physician) ; bom , 1837,

Calcutta.

Fitzroy, Francis, M.A. (late fellow),

Trin. Hall, Camb., 1858, a member of the
Western circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
20 April, 1855 (then aged 22), called to the
bar 17 June, 1858 (2nd son of George Fitzroy,
Esq., of Grafton Regis, Northants) ; born 21
Oct, 1832; married 26 June, 1866, Mary
Nesham, eldest dau. of Thomas Hillersdon
Bulteel, Esq., of Stoke Damerell, Devon (see
Foster's Peerage, D. Grafton).
17, Courtenay Street, Plymouth.

FitzSimon, Joseph Gunning Si-

monds, a student of the Inner Temple 9 Jan.,
1868 (then aged 33), called to the bar 17 Nov.,

1870 (elder son of John Simon, late of Chesham,
Bucks, and Stockland, Devon) ; bom , 1835.

FitzWygram, Loftus Adam, S.C.L.
Univ. Coll., Oxon, educated at Eton, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 13 Feb., 1852 (then aged 19),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1858 (4th son of Sir
Robert FitzWygram, Bart.) ; born 7 April,
1832 ; married 3 July, 1866, Lady Fanny Geor-
gina Danvers, sister of John, 6th earl of Lanes-
borough, and has issue (see Foster's Baronet-
age).

89, Eccleston Square, S.W. ; 5, King's Bench Walk.
Temple, E.G.

Fladgate, Francis, a student of

Lincoln's Inn 26 Jan., 1820 (then aged 20),
called to the bar 25 June, 1827 (eldest son of
Francis Fladgate, of Essex Street, Strand,
solicitor) ; born 6 Nov., 1799.
38, Alfred Place West, S.W.

Flanagan, John Woulfe, B.A. Balliol

Coll., Oxon, high sheriff co. Roscommon 1882,
J.P., a student of Lincoln's Inn 21 May, 1872
(then aged 20), called to the bar 25 April,
1877 (eldest son of Rt. Hon. Stephen Woulfe
Flanagan, a judge of the High Court of Justice) ;
born , 1852; married , 1880,

Mary Emily, 2nd dau. of late Major-Genl. Sir
Justin Sheil, K.C.B.

Rathtermon, CO. Sligo; 2-1, Tedworth Square, S.W. ;
16, Old Buadings, W.C.



Flaxman, Arthur John, author of

/-azu of Registration of Birtl\s and Deaths, a
student of the Middle Temple 28 Sept., 1869,
called to the bar 6 June, 1872 (2nd son of Samuel
Christopher Flaxman, Esq., of King's Lynn,
Norfolk) ; born ,

I, New Court, Temple, E.G.

Fleming, Baldwyn Francis, Local
Government Board inspector since 1871, assist-
ant poor law inspector 1868-71, a student of
the Middle Temple 7 Nov., 1863, called to the
bar II June, 1867 (2nd son of James Fleming,
of the Middle Temple, Q.C.) ; born ,

Godalming, Surrey ; Local Government Board, White-
hall, S.W.

Fleming, Charles James, a member
of the Northern circuit, a student of Gray's Inn
18 Nov., 1869, called to the bar 6 June, 1872
(eldest son of Edmond Lionel Fleming, of Sale,
Cheshire, paper manufacturer) ; born ,

4, St. James' Square Manchester.

Fleming, Francis, attorney-general
Ceylon since 1883, Crown solicitor Mauritius
1869, etc., district judge Jamaica 1876-8,
attorney-general Barbados 1878-82, judge of
British Guiana 1882-3, educated at Downside
Coll., near Bath, a student of the Middle Temple
5 May, 1863, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1866
(eldest son of James Fleming, of the Middle
Temple, Q.C.) ; born 3I July, 1842.
Colombo, Ceylon ; Empire Club.

Fleming, James, Q.C, chief com-
missioner of the West India encumbered estates
court since 1865, chancellor of the county
palatine of Durham since 1871, author of Rules
and Orders Chancery Court Durharn, a. student.of
Lincoln's Inn 30 March, 1832, went to the Middle
Temple 9 May, 1836, where he was called to the
bar 10 June, 1836, Q.C. 9 Jan., 1858 (eldest son of
Valentine Fleming, capt. 9th regt., dec.) ; born
, ; married i8 Aug., 1841, Julia

Matilda, younger dau. and co-heir of late Major
John Canning (of Foxcote) ; she died May,
:866.

12, Dorset Square, N.W. ; 3, Stone Buildings, W.C. ;
30, Abingdon Street, S.W.

Fleming, Thomas James Willis,
M.P. Winchester 1864-5, J. P., D.L. Hants
and Dorset, late major Hants rifles, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 20 Jan., 1840, a student of the
Middle Temple 6 Dec, 1842, called to the bar
27 Jan., 1843 (2nd son of John Fleming, of
Stoneham Park, Hants); born 19 June, 1819;
married 25 Nov., 1845, Henrietta Caroline
Sophia, only child of Peter Hunter, a capt.
2nd dragoon guards, and has issue.
Carlton Club, S.W.

Flemming, Thomas Walter, for-
merly a solicitor, a student of Lincoln's Inn
27 Dec, 1882 (then aged 32), called to the bar
26 Jan., 1884 (eldest son of Thomas Flemming,
Esq., of London) ; born , 1850,

30, Charleville Road, West Kensington.



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Flemyng, William Westropp, M.A.

Trin. Coll., Dublin, a student of the Middle
Temple 3 Ma3', 1872, called to the bar there 7
June, 1875, called to the bar at King's Inns,
Dublin, Hilary, 1873 (eldest son of Rev. Robert
Flemyng, of Dublin) ; born ,

18, Upper Fitzwiliiam Street, Dublin.

Cuddon-Fletcher, Bernard James,

J. P. Norfolk and Argyll, assumed the additional
surname ofFletcher 1870, a student of the Middle
Temple 2 Jan., 1862, called to the bar 18 Nov.,
1867 (only son of James Cuddon, of London,
conveyancer) ; born , 1 846 ; married

, 1869, Harriet, only surviving child
and heir of late Angus Fletcher, of Dunans, N.B.,
and has issue.

Somerton Hall, near Great Yarmouth ; Dunans House,
Colentraive, N.B.

Fletcher, Charles, B.A., S.C.L.,

Christ Church, Oxon, 1872, a member of the
Northern circuit, assumed the name of Fletcher
in lieu of his patronymic 14 Dec, 1882, a
student of the Inner Temple 2 Nov., 1S71 (then
aged 22), called to the bar 7 June, 1875 (eldest
son of late Charles Jack, of Liverpool, mer-
chant) ; born , 1849.

18, Freegrove Road, N. ; 2, Pump Court, Temple, E.C.

Fletcher, Charles Melbourne, B.A.,
Jesus Coll., Camb,, 1S72, a member of the
Northern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
29 Dec, 1871 (then aged 21), called to the bar
7 June, 1875 (2nd son of William Fletcher,
Esq., of Cheltenham) ; born , 1850.

Fletcher, Frederick Brandstrom,
B.A., Pembroke Coll., Camb., 1879, scholar and
prizeman, 2nd class classical tripos, a member
of the Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 19 Nov., 1877 (then aged 22), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1881 (youngest son of Rev.
Henry Fletcher, M.A., vicar of Thornton
Curteis, co. Lincoln) ; born , 1855.

63, Georee Street, Portman Square, W. : 2, Paper
Buildings, Temple, E.C,

Fletcher, John Dunnington, M.A.,
Christ Coll., Camb., 1843, a member of the
Northern circuit, assistant barrister at Liverpool
sessions 1S76-9, chairman of the second court
of the Middlesex sessions since 1879, J. P.
Middlesex, a student of the Inner Temple 22
Jan., 1838 (then aged 18), called to the bar 2
May, 1845 (eldest son of John Fletcher, Esq.,
of St. Michael's Mount, Liverpool) ; born



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