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John Thomas Ball (1815–1898) by unknown engraver, pubd 1875 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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C. L. Falkiner

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Ball, John Thomas (1815–1898), judge, born in Dublin on 24 July 1815, was the eldest son of Major Benjamin Marcus Ball (1789–1841) and Elizabeth (1789–1838), daughter of Cuthbert Feltus of Hollybrook, co. Carlow. His father was an officer who served with distinction in the ...

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G. B. Smith

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Blackburne, Francis (1782?–1867), judge, was born at Great Footstown, co. Meath, almost certainly on 11 November 1782, though one source gives his year of birth as 1780. He was the fourth son of Richard Blackburne of Footstown, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of ...

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J. T. Gilbert

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Bolton, Sir Richard (d. 1648), lawyer and politician, was the son of John Bolton of Fenton, Staffordshire. Having attended the Inner Temple in London, he practised for a time as a barrister in England. It is possible that he married his first wife, ...

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Arthur H. Grant

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Brady, Sir Maziere, first baronet (1796–1871), judge, was born in Dublin on 20 July 1796, the second son of Francis Tempest Brady (1763–1821), manufacturer of gold and silver thread, and his wife, Charlotte, née Hodgson. In 1812 Brady entered Trinity College, Dublin; in 1814 he obtained a scholarship and twice won the vice-chancellor's prize for English verse. He obtained his BA in 1816, his MA in 1819, and was called to the ...

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G. C. Boase

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Brewster, Abraham (1796–1874), judge, was born in April 1796, the son of William Bagenal Brewster of Ballinulta, co. Wicklow, and his wife, Mary, née Bates. He went to school at Kilkenny College and entered Trinity College, Dublin, in 1812; he obtained his BA in 1817 and his MA in 1847. He was called to the ...

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Campbell, James Henry Mussen, first Baron Glenavy (1851–1931), lawyer and politician, was born at Terenure, Dublin, on 4 April 1851, the youngest son of William Mussen Campbell, a Dublin policeman, and his wife, Delia, daughter of Henry Francis Graham Poole, of Newtown Abbey, co. Kildare...

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Cusack, Sir Thomas (1505?–1571), lawyer and administrator, was the eldest son of John Cusack, landowner, and his wife, Alison Wellesley. He was born into a long-established and wealthy pale family in Cushingstown, co. Meath. After entering the Inner Temple in 1522, he was by 1530 a senior member of the inn....

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Gibson, Edward, first Baron Ashbourne (1837–1913), lawyer and politician, was born in Dublin on 4 September 1837, the second son of William Gibson (d. 1872) of Rockforest, co. Tipperary, and his first wife, Louisa (d. 1853), daughter of Joseph Grant, barrister, of ...

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Edward Gibson, first Baron Ashbourne (1837–1913) by Lafayette, 1906–7 V&A Images, The Victoria and Albert Museum

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J. A. Hamilton

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Law, Hugh (1818–1883), judge, was born on 19 June 1818 at Woodlawn, co. Down, Ireland, the only son of John Law and his wife, Margaret, the youngest daughter of Christopher Crawley of Cullaville, co. Armagh. He was educated at the Royal School at ...

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P. L. Nolan

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Naish, John (1842–1890), judge and politician, was born at Limerick on 10 July 1842, the second son of Carrol Naish of Ballycullen, co. Limerick, and first son of Anne Margaret O'Carroll, his second wife. He was educated at Tullabeg College and at the Jesuit school of ...

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Napier, Sir Joseph, first baronet (1804–1882), judge, was born in Belfast on 26 December 1804 the youngest son of William Napier, a merchant of Belfast descended from the Napiers of Merchiston, Scotland, and Rosetta Macnaghten of Ballyreagh House, co. Antrim. His only sister, ...

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O'Hagan, Thomas, first Baron O'Hagan (1812–1885), judge, was born in Belfast on 29 May 1812, the only son of Edward O'Hagan, a Catholic trader, and his wife, Mary, daughter of Captain Thomas Bell. His early education was at the Belfast Academical Institution, where he was at the time the only Catholic pupil. A keen interest in public speaking led to his early prominence in the school's debating society. In 1831 he was admitted as a student of the ...

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Thomas O'Hagan, first Baron O'Hagan (1812–1885) by George Richmond, 1879 National Gallery of Ireland

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See Rede, Sir Robert

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C. L. Falkiner

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Sullivan, Sir Edward, first baronet (1822–1885), judge, was born at Mallow, co. Cork, on 10 July 1822. He was the eldest son of Edward Sullivan (1800–1867), and his wife, Anne Surflen (d. 1841), née Lynch, widow of John Surflen. His father was a local wine merchant who had realized a substantial fortune in business. ...

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Sutton, Thomas Manners-, first Baron Manners of Foston (1756–1842), judge, was born Thomas Manners on 24 February 1756, the fifth son of Lord George Manners (1723–1783) and his first wife, Diana (d. 1767), daughter of Thomas Chaplin of Blankney, Lincolnshire. His paternal grandfather was ...

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J. G. S. Macneill

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Walker, Sir Samuel, first baronet (1832–1911), judge, was born at Gore Port, Finea, co. Westmeath, on 19 June 1832, the second son of Captain Alexander Walker of Gore Port, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of William Elliott of Rathrogie, co. Carlow; Mark Walker...