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aged 23), called to the bar 18 Nov., 1867 (eldest
son of Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart., M.P.) ;
bom 10 Aug., 1840; married 1 1 July, 1874, Mary,
younger dau. of late Rev. Thomas Fuller, of
London (see Foster's Baronetage).

Heathfield House, Wimbledon Common; Fleet House,
Weymouth.



Petre, Francis Loraine, matric. Lon-
don Univ. 1868 from Oscott Coll., assistant
magistrate North-west Provinces India, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 17 Nov., 1870 (then
aged 18), called to the bar 7 June, 1873 (only
son of Hon. Edmund George Petre, of Chelten-
ham); born 22 Feb., 1852 (see YosteY's Peerage).
32, Merrion Square South, Dublin.

Phear, Sir John Budd, M.A. (senior

fellow 1847, and assistant tutor), Clare Coll.,
Camb., 1850, B.A., 6th wrangler, Pembroke
Coll., Camb., 1847, chief justiceof Ceylon 1877-9,
puisne judge Calcutta 1864-76, knighted II Oct.,
1877, chairman quarter sessions Devon, J. P.,
author of Treatise on the Rights of Water, Ele-
mentary Mechanics, Elementary Hydrostatics,
The Aryan Village, and International Trade, a
student of the Inner Temple 12 Nov., 1847
(then aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1854
(eldest son of Rev. John Phear, rector of Earl
Stonham, Suffolk); born 9 Feb., 1825; mar-
ried 16 Oct., 1865, Emily, widow of George
Cardale Tabart, Esq., dau. of John Bolton, Esq.,
of Stockwell, Surrey.

Marpool Hall, Exmouth, Devon ; United University
and National Liberal Clubs.

Phelps, William John, M.A., Oriel
Coll., Oxon, 1838, high sheriff co. Glouc. i860,
J. P., a student of Lincoln's Inn 25 April, 1828
(then aged 14), called to the bar 30 April, 1839
(2nd son of Rev. James Phelps, rector of
Aldersley, co. Glouc.) ; born , 1814,

Chestal, Dursiey ; Oxford and Cambridge Club.

Philbrick, Frederick Adolphus, Q.C,
recorder of Colchester since 1870, B.A., Univ.
Coll., London, 1853, and a member of Con-
vocation, also a. member of the South-eastern
circuit, examiner in common law, etc., London
Univ. since 1882, a student of the Middle
Temple 19 April, 1858, studentship Nov., 1858,
called to the bar 6 June, i860, Q.C. 19 March,
1874, called to the bench 30 Jan., 1877 (eldest
son of Frederick Blomfield Philbrick, of Col-
chester, attorney-at-law) ; born , 1835;
married 1st, 27 Aug., 1863, Charlotte, dau. of
James Beadel, Esq,, of Broomfield Lodge,
Essex; she died , 1868; he married
2ndly, 23 Aug., 1 870, Minnie Caroline, dau. of
late James Cockburn, Esq., 17th lancers; she
died , 1879.

Bickley, Kent ; Lamb Buildings, Temple, E.C. ; Reform
and Grafton Clubs.

Philby, Rev. James Bridger, B A.,
S.C.L., Lincoln Coll., Oxon, 1872, curate of
Chjgwell 1879-80, of Eastney, Kent, 18S0-3,
and of Holy Trinity, Stepney, since 1883, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 17 Nov., 1S68 (then
aged 20), called to the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (eldest
son of Henry Adams Philby, of Chigwell,
Essex, solicitor) ; born , 1848.

9, Whitman Road, E.

Philip, Michel Maxwell, solicitor-
general of Trinidad since 1871, acting attorney-
general 1873-4, a student of the Middle Temple
30 Aug., 1850, called to the bar 10 Nov., 1854
(3rd son of Michel Maxwell Philip, of Napa-
rino, Trinidad, dec.) ; born
Naparino, Trinidad.



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Philipps, Charles Edward Gregg,
lord lieutenant Haverfordwest since 1876,
high sheriff co. Pembroke 1882, J.P., J.P.
CO. Carmarthen, capt Pembroke yeomanry
cavalry since 1878, assumed the surname of
Philipps in lieu of his patronymic by royal
licence 29 July, 1876, a member of the Midland
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 14 Nov.,
1865, called to the bar 6 June, 1868 (eldest son
of Edward Fisher, of Spring Dale, Huddersfield,
merchant) ; born 6 Oct, 1840; married 5 June,
1868, Mary Philippa, eldest surviving dau. and
co-heir of late Rev. James Henry Alexander
Philipps, of Picton Castle, co. Pembroke, and
niece of late Baron Milford, and has issue (see
Foster's Baronetage, Philipps).

Picton Castle, Haverfordwest ; 7, Kensington Palace
Gardens, W. ; Carlton and Junior Carlton Clubs.

Philips, Francis, B.A. Christ Church,
Oxon, high sheriff Lane. 1871, J. P., a student
of the Inner Temple 24 Jan., 1853 (then aged
23), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1855 (eldest son
of Francis Aspinall Philips, Esq., of Bank Hall,
CO. Lane.) ; bom 3 Jan., 1830 ; married 17 Jan.,
1850, Caroline Mary, 4th dau. of Rev. Charles
Kenrick Prescot, M.A., rector of Stockport (see
Fosters Baronetage, 1883 edn.).
Lee Priory, Sandwich ; Junior Carlton Club.

Philips, Francis Charles, journalist
and novelist, a member of the SouthWalescircuit,
late capt 3rd batt King's light infantry (Shrop-
shire regt), served in 2nd Queen's royal regi-
ment, anihor oi Social Vicissitudes andLe Journal
d'utie Mondaine, matric. Edinburgh Univ., a
student of the Middle Temple 24 Nov., 1879,
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1884 (3rd son of late
Washington Edwardes Philips, of Ruxley Park,
Surrey); bom 3 Feb., 1849; married 1st, 28
July, 1871, Maria, dau. of late Charles Jones,
Esq., of Whitland, Carmarthenshire ; she died
II Feb., 1873, leaving issue; he married 2ndly,
8 Nov., 1878, Eva Maude Mary, youngest dau.
of Rev. W. Trevelyan Kevill-Davies, of Croft
Castle, CO. Hereford, and has issue.

29, Piccadilly, W. ; 5, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.

Phillimore, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert
Joseph, Bart, so created 21 Dec, 1881, D.C.L.,
Christ Church, Oxon, 1838, M.A. 1834, official
of archdeaconries of London and Middlesex
1840-62 (chancellor of dioceses of Chichester
1844, Salisbury 1845, Oxford 1855, official of
archdeaconry of Oxford, commissary-general
of St Paul's and Westminster, resigned these
offices 1867), judge of Cinque Ports 1855-75,
admiralty advocate 1855, H.M.'s advocate-
general 1862-7, judge of High Court of Admi-
ralty and judge of court of arches 1867-75, judge
advocate-general 187 1-3, master of the faculties
1873-5, a justice of the High Court of Justice,
Probate and Admiralty Division, 1875-83,
knighted 17 Sept, 1862, P.C. 1867, M.P.
Tavistock 1853-7, king's scholar St Peter's
Coll., Westminster, 1824, author of Ecclesi-
astical Law of the Church of England, of
Commentaries on International Law, La-jj
of Domicile, of Principal Ecclesiastical Judg-
ments in the Co^irt of Arches, Memoirs nnd
Correspondence ofGeorge,Lord Lyttelton, 1 734-73,
an advocate of the Coll. of Laws 2 Nov., 1839,



steward 1848, librarian 1854, a student of the
Middle Temple 17 Nov!, 1837, called to the bar 7
May, 1841, Q.C. 1858, bencher I Feb., 1858, trea-
surer 1870 (only son of late John George
Phillimore, of Shiplake House, Oxon, bar.-at-
law); born 5 Nov., 1810; died 4 Feb., 1885;
married 19 Dec, 1844, Chariotte, 3rd dau. of
late John Denison, Esq., M.P., of Ossington Hall,
Yorks, and had issue (see Foster's Baronetage').
The Coppice, Henley-on-Thames i Athenaeum Club,

s.w.

Phillimore, .SirWalterGeorge Frank,
Bart., Q.C, D.C.L., patent of precedence, a mem-
ber of the Western circuit, chancellor of the dio-
cese of Lincoln, official of the archdeaconry of
Colchester, secretary to Rt Hon. Sir Robert
Phillimore, judge of High Court of Admiralty
1867-80, student of Christ Church and some-
time fellow of All Souls', Oxon, editor of
Blunts^ Book of Church Law, a student of the
Middle Temple 21 Nov., 1865, called to the bar
17 Nov., 1868, Q.C. Dec, 1883 (only son of Rt
Hon. Sir Robert Joseph Phillimore, Bart., late
justice of the High Court of Justice, dec.) ; bom
21 Nov., 1845; married 26 July, 1870, Agnes,
eldest dau. of late Charles Manners Lushing-
ton, Esq., M.P., and has issue (see Foster's
Baronetage).

86, Eaton Place, S.W. ; 4, Paper Bldgs., Temple, E.G.

Phillippo, (Hon.) Sir George, chief
justice of Hong Kong 1882, knighted by patent
20 July, 1882, practised at the Jamaica bar
1862-8, Queen's advocate Sierra Leone, etc.,
1868, attorney-general British Columbia 1870,
a non-elective member Legislative Council Dec,
1870, puisne judge supreme court British
Guiana 1871, acting attorney-general and judge
of court of requests Gibraltar 1S73-4, junior
puisne judge Straits Settlements 1873, senior
puisne judge 1874, attorne3'-general Horg
Kong 1876-9, chief justice and judge of court
of requests Gibraltar Aug., 1879-82, a com-
missioner to publish the laws of British
Columbia and prepared the Constitution Act
1871 for its confederation with Canada, a
student of the Inner Temple 23 April, 1859
(then aged 26), certificate of honour 1st class
27 Jan., 1862, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1S62
(2nd son of Rev. James Mursell Phillippo, of
Spanish Town, Jamaica) ; born , 1833 ;

married , 1862, Mary, dau. of Rev.

John Clark (see Foster's Baronetage).
Victoria, Hong Kong.

Phillipps, William, B.A., Trin. Hall,
Camb., 1876, a student of the Inner Temple 3
May, 1875 (then aged 21), called to the bar 29
June, 1881 (eldest son of Richard Phillipps, of
London) ; bom , 1854.

69, Courtfield Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.

Phillips, Arthur, M.A., St. Cathe-
rine's Coll., Camb., 1867, standing counsel to
Government Calcutta, sometime mathematicr.l
master of Elizabeth Coll., author of The Law
of Loud Teiuues Lower Bengal, a student of
the Middle Temple 26 April, 1864, called to the
bar 26 Jan., 1867 (eldest son of Thomas
Phillips, of Cambridge) ; born ,

47, Park Street, Ca'cutta.



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Phillips, Benjamin Guy, a student
of the Inner Temple 30 May, 1 820, called to
the bar 8 Feb., 1828 (2nd son of William
Phillips, Esq., of Chetwynd, Salop) ; born ,



Phillips, Charles Palmer, M.A.
Christ Church, Oxon, from Eton, a commis-
sioner in lunacy since 1872, secretary to com-
missioners in lunacy 1865-72, revising barrister
for city of London 1864, principal secretary to
(Lord Chelmsford) lord chancellor 1859, ajithor
o[Copyright,Law,and of Law concerning Lunatics,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 21 July, 1842 (then
aged 20), called to the bar 29 Jan., 1846 (2nd
son of William Edward Phillips, Esq., governor
of Prince of Wales' Island, who was son of
Genl. William Phillips, M.P., lieuL-governor of
Windsor Castle, etc.) ; born I Oct, 1822 ; mar-
ried 30 July, 1846, Eliza Lowndes, eldest dau.
of William Loftus Lowndes, Q.C.

Aldenham, near Watford ; 19, Whitehall Place, S.W. ;
7, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Phillips, Claude, B.A. London Univ.
1867 and a member of Convocation, formerly a
solicitor, a student of the Inner Temple 3 Nov.,
1881 (then aged i^J,), called to the bar 6 June,
1883 (2nd son of late Robert Phillips, of
London, merchant) ; born , 1848.

47, Cornwall Gardens, S.W. ; 5, King's Bench Walk,
Temiile, E.G.

Phillips, Francis, of the exchequer
and audit department 1852, a student of Gray's
Inn 9 Nov., 1871, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1874 (only son of late Charles Phillips, of Lon-
don, F.R.C.S., surgeon to H.M.'s household and
surgeon extraordinary to William IV.) ; born 8
Sept., 1835 ; married 12 Aug., 1868, Mary, eldest
dau. of late George Addison, Esq., of London,
banker.

5, Porchester Square, Hyde Park, W.

Phillips, Francis Medland, associate
King's Coll., London, a student of the Inner
Temple II June, 1870 (then aged 27), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1874 (only surviving son of
William Phillips, late of Newton Abbot, Devon,
gent) ; born , 1843.

2, Cannon Place, Squires Mount, Hampstead, N.W,

Phillips, Sir Henry Lushington,
C.M.G. 1877, judicial commissioner High Court
of Justice Cyprus in 1880, knighted 18 March,
1880, puisne judge Natal 1858-79, special com-
missioner Barbados 1876 and Straits Settle-
ments 1877, a student of the Middle Temple
22 Oct, 1847, called to the bar 8 Nov., 1850
(eldest son of Aldcroft Phillips, of Manchester,
gent); bom , 1825; married ,

, Agatha, dau. of C. Knowles, Esq., of
Shrewsbury (see Foster's Baronefnge).
Smalls, Salcombe, Devon; Wanderers' Club, S.W.

Phillips, John Lloyd, a student of
the Middle Temple 23 Jan., 1823, called to the
bar 20 June, 1828 (eldest son of Levy Phillips,
Esq., of Cheltenham, co. Glouc.) ; born

Care of Abbey School, Beckenham.



Phillips, John Roland, police magis-
trate West Ham since June, 1881, deputy asso-
ciate on South Wales circuit 1877-80, J.P. Essex,
author of History of Cilgerran, The Civil War
in Wales and the Marches 1642-9, Castles and
Abbeys of South Wales, A Concise History of
Glamorgan, An Essay on Local Taxation, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 2 Nov., 1867 i^then
aged 23), called to the bar 10 June, 1870 (only
son of David Phillips, Esq., of Cilgerran, co.
Pembroke); born 1 8 June, 1S44; married

, 1873, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of A. Har-
greaves, Esq., of Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.

Wishanger, Headley, Hants : Great Eastern Road,
Stratford, E. ; New Court, Temple, E.C. ; National
Liberal Club.

Spencer-Phillips, John, B.A., Exe-
ter Coll., Oxon, 1837, a student of the Inner
Temple 16 Jan., 1838 (then aged 23), called to
the bar 28 Jan., 1842 (only son of S. R. Spencer-
Phillips, Esq., of Reff hams Lodge, Chelmsford,
Essex); born , 1813 ; married 1st,

, 1842, Mary Anne, widow of James
Saward, dau. of Morrell, of Little Bad-

dow, Essex; she died , 1879; he mar-

ried 2ndly, , 1880, Mary Eliza Lavinia,

eldest dau. of Gurney M. Bognis, Esq., of
Anerley, Surrey, and has issue.

Riffhams Lodge, Danbury, Chelmsford ; Trematon
Lodge, Anerley, S.E.

Phillips, Louis Henry, a member of
the Midland circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 21 April, 1866 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1870 (only son of George
Searle Phillips, of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.,
formerly of Leeds, Yorks) ; born , 1845.

Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.

Phillips, Thomas, It.-col. command-
ing l8th hussars 1877-81, J.P. Staff., a student
of the Inner Temple 20 Jan., 1S79 (then aged
41), called to the bar 6 June, 1S83 (only son of
Charles Phillips, of Basford Grange, co. Staff.,
dec.) ; born 28 March, 1837.

Ashenhurst Hall, Leek, Staffordshire; Garrick and
United Service Clubs.

Phillips, Thomas Arthur Jones
Stradlyn Morgan, matric. London Univ. 1871
and Downing Coll., Camb., a student of the
Middle Temple 28 April, 1877, called to the
bar 6 June, 1883 (eldest son of Thomas Morgan
Phillips, of Llantulleth, co. Mon.) ; born

Greenfields, Newbridge, Mon.

Phillips, Thomas William, counsel
before the supreme court of British Guiana, a
student of the Middle Temple 9 Nov., 1878,
called to the bar n May, 188 1 (3rd 'son of
Robert Phillips, of Lennoxville, Lower Canada,
sugar planter) ; born ,

British Guiana.

Phillips, Walter Ross, LL.B., Trin.

Hall, Camb., 1878 (law scholar and studentship
m Roman law and jurisprudence), matric.
London Univ. 1873, a student of the Inner
Temple 23 April, 1874 (then aged 18), student-
ship Hilary, 1875, called to the bar 17 Nov.
1879 (only son of Thomas Phillips, of St Ives'
Hunts, merchant) ; born l8';6 '

Mirket Place, St. Ives, Hunts. '



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Phillips, William Hamilton, B.A.
Christ Church, Oxon, a student of the Inner
Temple 9 Nov., 1870 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1877 (2nd son of late Edward
Phillips, of London, physician) ; born ,

1850.



Phillips, William Page Thomas,
M.A., Exeter Coll., Oxon, 1858, from Eton,
J. P., D.L. Suffolk, a student of Lincoln's Inn
9 Jan., iSss (then aged 21), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1857 (only son of Benjamin Phillips,
Esq., of Hendon, Middlesex) ; bom ,

1834; married , 1857, Clara Matilda,

dau. of Henry Browning, Esq., and has issue.

Melton Grange, Woodbridge ; Union Club, S.W.

Phillpotts, William Francis, fellow
New Coll., Oxon, a member of the Western
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 16 April,
i860, called to the bar 6 June, 1864 (2nd son
of the Worshipful and Ven. William John
Phillpotts, archdeacon of Cornwall) ; born

, ; married 24 Aug., 1870, Gertrude

Caroline, dau. of late T. W. Buller, Esq., of
Strete Ralegh, Devon, and has issue (see
Foster's Peerage, B. Churston).

^, Gloucester Terrace, Kensington, W, ; g, Old Square,
Lincoln's Ion, W.C.

Philpot, John Gold, a student of the
Middle Temple 13 Nov., 1873, called to the bar
25 April, 1877 (eldest son of John Philpot, of
London, attomej' and solicitor) ; born ,

; married 14 Jan., 1880, Winifred, dau. of
CapL Charles G. Landon, late Bengal army,
dec.



Philpot, Robert, B.A., Trin. Coll.,
Camb., 1874, a student of the Middle Temple
13 Nov., 1871, called to the bar 6 June, 1874
(2nd son of John Philpot, of London, solicitor) ;
born ,

37, St. James' Square, Netting Hill, W. ; 12, King's
Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.

Phipps, Richard Leckonby Hother-

sall, matric. Christ Church, Oxon, from Harrow,
high sheriff Wilts 1884, J.P., a student of the
Inner Temple 30 July, 1864 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 30 April, 1868 (only son of
John Lewis Phipps, Esq., of Leighton House,
Wilts); born , 1842; married ,

1871, Julia, dau. of late Henry Alcock, Esq., of
Aireville, co. York, and has issue.

Leighton House, Westbury ; 31, St. James' Square,
S.W. ; Junior Carlton and Boodle's Clubs.

Phipson, Sydney Lovell, B.A., Clare
Coll., Camb., 1877, a student of the Inner Temple
9 Nov., 1874 (then aged 23), called to the bar
15 May, 1878 (3rd son of late Thomas BarroU
Phipson, of Keathfield, Kent, gent.) ; born
, 1851.
7, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.



Phipson, Weatherley, a membei of
the South-eastern circuit, B.A. Balliol Coll.,
Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 15 April,
1867 (then aged 21), called to the bar 27 Jan.,
1879 (eldest son of late Thomas Weatherley
Phipson, of Lincoln's Inn, Q.C.) ; born ,

1846.
3, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Pickersgill, Edward Hare, B.A.
London Univ. 1872, a student of the Inner
Temple 14 March, 1874 (then aged 23), called
to the bar 17 Nov., 1884 (3rd son of Thomas
Pickersgill, of York, architect) ; born ,

1851.
54, Glissold Road, Stoke Newington, N.

Pickford, William, B.A. Exeter Coll.,
Oxon, a member of the Northern circuit, a stu-
dent of the Inner Temple 28 Jan., 187 1 (then
aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1874 (2nd
son of Thomas Edward Pickford, Esq., of Man-
chester) ; bom , 1849 ; married 18 Aug.,
1880, Alice Mary, 2nd dau. of John William
Brooke, Esq., of Sibton Park, Suffolk ; she died
5 Sept, 1884.

loi, Bedford Street, and Commerce Chambers, Har-
rington Street, Liverpool.

Pickup, James, B.A., Christ's Coll.,
Camb., 1875, a student of the Middle Temple 27
April, 1872, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1880 (only
son of Alfred Pickup, of Liverpool) ; born ,

1850 ; married 29 Nov., 1882, Louisa, dau. of
John Richardson, Esq., of St Leonard's-on-Sea.
6, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Pidcock, Charles Alexander, matric.
Trin. Coll., Camb., a member of the North-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
27 April, 1 87 1 (then aged 20), called to the
bar 13 June, 1877 (2nd son of Henry Pidcock,
of Oakfield, co. Wore); born , 1851.

I, Essex Court, Temple, E.G.

Pierce, John Timbrel], F.R.G.S.
вАҐ875, J. P. Essex, income tax commissioner,
master of Worshipful Company of Armourers
and Braziers 1884, a directorof the Westminster
Fire OfBce, a member of the Home (now South-
eastern) circuit, a student of the Middle Temple
I May, 1865, called to the bar there 27 Jan.,
1868, admitted a barrister of Gray's Inn ad
eundem 4 March, 1876 (eldest son of James
Parker Pierce, Esq., late of London, J.P., dec.) ;
born 30 Nov., 1831; married 7 Aug., 1861,
Mary, younger dau. of late Henry Milward,
Esq., J.P., of Redditch, co. Wore, and has issue.
Frettons, Danbury, Essex ; 3, Middle Temple Lane,
E.G. ; Reform Club.

Pierpoint, Robert, M.A., Christ
Church, Oxon, 1871, from Eton, a member of
the Northern circuit, J.P. Cheshire, a student '
of the Inner Temple 10 June, 1870 (then aged
25), called to the bar 7 June, 1873 (only son of
Benjamin Pierpoint, Esq., of Warrington, co.
Lane.) ; born , 1845.

St. Austin's, Warrington ; 7, King's Bench Walk,
Temple, E.G. ; Windham Club



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FOSTER'S HAND-LIST OF



Pigeon, Henry, matric. St. John's
Coll., Camb,, a member of the Western circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple I June, 1874
(then aged 20), called to the bar 7 May, 1879
(only son of Heni-y Pigeon, Esq., of Hythe,
Southampton); born , 1854; married

1st, 24 April, 1S79, Robina Harrison, eldest
dau. of Lawford Acland, Esq., of Hythe, Hants;
she died 14 April, 1880; he married 2ndly, 29
Nov., 1S82, Edith Marion, eldest dau. of William
B. Barnes, Esq., of Sandown, Isle of Wight.
4, Harcourt Building.Sj Temple, E.G.

Piggott, Francis Taylor, M.A., LL.M.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1879, a member of the
South-eastern circuit, author of Foreign Judg-
ments and Parties out of the Jurisdiction, a
student of the Middle Temple 10 June, 1873,
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1876 (only son of
late Rev. Francis Allen Piggott, of Worthing,
Sussex) ; born ,

12, Walton Street, Chelsea, S.W. ; 2, Dr. Johnson's
Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Pigneguy, Jean Alexis Jules, practises
before the supreme court of the Mauritius, a
student of the Middle Temple 24 Jan., 1870,
called to the bar 18 Nov., 1872 (eldest son of
Alexis Jules Pigneguy, of Mauritius, attorney-
at-law) ; born ,

Mauritius.

Pigot, Hugh, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 2 Nov., 1857 (then aged 18), called to the
bar 6 June, i860 (only son of Charles Henry
Pigot, late of London, dec.) ; born 26 Jan., 1839 ;
married 9 July, 1873, Gwendoline, 3rd dau. of
lateCapt. Richard Beaumont, RN. (see Foster's
Baronetage).

Late of Throxenby Hall, Newmarket.

Pigot, Hugh Flamsteed, a member
of Joint Board of Examiners Inns of Court since
1883, also a member of the Midland circuit, a
student of the Inner Temple 28 Oct., 1862
(then aged 21), called to the bar g June, 1865
(youngest son of John Margaret Becher Pigot,
M.D., of Ruddington, Notts); born
1841.

Late of Ruddington, Nottingham.

Pigot (Hon.) Jones Quain, puisne
judge Calcutta since 1882, B.A. Trin. Coll.,
Dublin, a student of the Inner Temple 29 Jan.,
1856 (then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1864 (3rd son of Rt. Hon. David O. Pigot, lord
chief baron of the exchequer Ireland) ; born
, 1835.
Galcutta.

Pigott, Arthur Gough, B.A., Exeter
Coll., Oxon, 1870, a member of the Midland
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 9 June,
1868, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (eldest
son of Sir Cillery Pigott, late baron of the court
of exchequer, dec.) ; born , 1S50.

Sherfield Hill, near Basingstoke.



Smyth-Pigott, Edward Frederick,
examiner of plays in the lord chamberlain's
department since 1874, M.A. Balliol Coll.,
Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 4 Nov., 1845
(then aged 21), called to the bar 21 Nov., 1851
(3rd son of John Hugh Smyth-Pigott, Esq., of
Brockley Hall, Somerset) ; born , 1824.

258, Oxford Street, W.



Pigott, Paynton, deputy chief con-
stable Norfolk since 1880, a student of the
Middle Temple 31 Oct., 1863, called to the bar
6 June, 1866 (eldest son of Rev. Shreeve Botry
Pigott, of Great Wilbra ham, co. Camb.); born
, ; married 17 Sept., 1868, Eleanor
Jane, 2nd dau. of John Hartley, Esq., of the
Oaks, Staffordshire.

Framlingham Earl Hall, Norwich ; Constabulary
Office, Norwich.



Pike, Leonard Gaskell, M.A., Caius
Coll., Camb., 1881, a student of the Inner
Temple 17 April, 1875 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 17 Nov., 1883 (2nd son of Warburton
Pike, of the Inner Temple, special pleader) ;
born , 1854.

4, The Grove, Highgate, N. ; 12, King's Bench Walk.
Temple, E.G.

Pike, Luke Owen, M.A. (scholar),
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1861, legal inspecting
officer (under the Public Record Office Act
1877) since July, 1882, entered record office
1862, author of A History of Crinie in England,
editor of the Year Books published by order of
the treasury, a student of Lincoln's Inn 24 March,
1856 (then aged 20), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1864 (only son of Luke Pike, Esq., of London) ;
born 12 Aug., 1835; unmarried.

20I, Maida Vale, W. ; Public Record Office, Chancery
Lane, W.G. ; New University Glub, S.W.

Pilcher, John Giles, J. P. Surrey, a

student of Lincoln's Inn 19 Jan., 1858 (then
aged 31), called to the bar 17 Nov., i860 (eldest
son of John Giles Pilcher, Esq., of Stockwell,
Surrey, dec.) ; born , 1827 ; married 17

Aug., 1864, Caroline Ellen, eldest dau. of Major-
Genl. Munsey, of the Madras cavalry.

Bellefields, Englelield Green, near Staines : 152, Stock-
well Road, S.W. ; Reform Glub.

Pilcher, Matthew, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 19 Jan., 1858 (then aged 20), called
to the bar 17 Nov., i860 (3rd son of John Giles
Pilcher, Esq., late of Stockwell, Surrey, dec.) :
born , 1838.

The Grange, East Hagbourne, Didcot.

Pilcher, Montagu Somes, M.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1870, a member of the Mid-
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