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Patrick Colquhoun (1745–1820) by Robert Dunkarton, pubd 1802 (after Samuel Medley, exh. RA 1802) Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

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Colquhoun, Patrick (1745–1820), magistrate and a founder of the Thames police, and his twin, Ann, were born on 14 March 1745 in Dumbarton. Their parents, Adam Colquhoun (1711–c.1755), sheriff-substitute and keeper of the register of sasines for Dunbartonshire, and Isabell, née...

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Grosvenor, Sir Richard, first baronet (1585–1645), magistrate and politician, was born at Eaton Hall, near Chester, Cheshire, on 9 January 1585, the eldest surviving son and the third of seventeen children of Richard Grosvenor, esquire (1562–1619), of Eaton, Cheshire, and his wife, Christian (...

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Harriott, John (1745–1817), magistrate and a founder of the Thames police, was born on 14 June 1745 at Broomhills, Great Stambridge, Essex. His father was a seafarer whose forebears had been tanners and copyhold tenants in Brigstock, Northamptonshire. It is difficult to establish family details from surviving evidence but ...

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Lemprière, Michel [Michael] (1606–1671), magistrate and local politician, was the eldest of the four children of Hugh Lemprière (1562–1624), seigneur of Diélament, and at various times lieutenant-bailiff and judge-delegate of Jersey, and his second wife, Jeanne (d. 1647), daughter of Jean Hérault...

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Lloyd, Charles Dalton Clifford (1844–1891), magistrate and diplomatist, was born in Portsmouth on 13 January 1844, the eldest son of Colonel Robert Clifford Lloyd (1809–1863) of the 68th Durham light infantry, and his wife, Annie Savage (d. 1908). Both his grandfather, Bartholomew Lloyd...

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Lucy, Sir Thomas (1583x6–1640), magistrate and politician, was the eldest surviving son of Sir Thomas Lucy (1551–1605), of Charlecote, Warwickshire, and his second wife, Constance, daughter and heir of Richard Kingsmill of Highclere, Hampshire. He matriculated at Magdalen College, Oxford, on 8 May 1601, was admitted as a student at ...

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Anna Gillies Macdonald Munro (1881–1962) by unknown photographer ? Glasgow Museums

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Munro [married name Munro-Ashman], Anna Gillies Macdonald (1881–1962), campaigner for women's suffrage and magistrate, was born at 32 Gladstone Street, Glasgow, on 4 October 1881, the elder daughter of Evan Macdonald Munro (c.1854–1913), schoolmaster of Edinburgh, and his wife, Margaret Ann MacVean (1858–1892)...

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Skyrme, Sir (William) Thomas Charles (1913–2002), civil servant and magistrate, was born at 6 Grange Road, Upper Norwood, London, on 20 March 1913, the only son of Charles George Skyrme, a Hereford gentleman of independent means, and his wife, Katherine Meeta, née Smith...