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Sir Robert Anderson (1841–1918) by James Russell & Sons ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Anderson, Sir Robert (1841–1918), spymaster, detective chief, and author, was born on 29 May 1841 in Mountjoy Square, Dublin, the son of Matthew Anderson (1804–1888), crown solicitor, Dublin, and his wife, Mary. He himself described his more distant forebears as 'among the Scotch colonists who made ...

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Arundell, Sir Thomas (c. 1502–1552), administrator and convicted conspirator, was the younger son of Sir John Arundell of Lanherne, Cornwall (c.1474–1545), and his first wife, Eleanor (d. by December 1503), daughter of Thomas Grey, first marquess of Dorset (c. 1455–1501)...

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Bacon, Sir Nicholas (1510–1579), lawyer and administrator, was born on Childermas day (28 December) 1510, the second son and one of the five children of Robert Bacon (d. 1548), yeoman and sheep-reeve to the abbot of Bury St Edmunds, and his wife, ...

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Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510–1579) by unknown artist, 1579 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bainard [Baynard], Fulk (b. in or before 1167, d. in or after 1243), justice and administrator, was the elder son of Fulk Bainard and his wife, Christina. He had succeeded his father by 1189, holding most of his lands as a subtenant of the ...

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Baker, Sir John (c. 1489–1558), administrator and speaker of the House of Commons, was born c.1489, being about sixty-two in 1551, the eldest of four sons of Richard Baker (d. 1504), landowner, of Cranbrook, Kent, and his wife, Joan (d...

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Barnes, Sir Thomas James (1888–1964), lawyer and public official, was born on 21 March 1888 at Wilmslow, Cheshire, the only son of Thomas Barnes and his wife, Esther Mary Pither. His father was a clerk attached to the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice...

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Barowe [Barrow], Thomas (d. 1499), lawyer and administrator, was a native of north Lincolnshire, who became a scholar of Eton College in 1451, and was nominated by the provost for a scholarship at King's Hall, Cambridge, in 1456–7. Admitted as a bachelor of civil law in 1460, he incepted in civil law in 1469–70, and became a licentiate in 1475. Closely associated with ...

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Bath, Henry of (d. 1260), justice and administrator, began his career as an administrator under his kinsman Hugh of Bath, whose chattels came to Henry when he died in 1236. Hugh was a cleric who was keeper of the honour of Berkhamsted until about 1222, and was successively under-sheriff of ...

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Baynard [Banyard], Robert (d. 1329/30), administrator and justice, was the son of Robert Baynard and his wife, Joan, and the grandson of Fulk Bainard. The family was one of Norfolk gentry, with their principal residence at Great Hautbois. Robert Baynard senior appears to have been still alive in 1302, raising the possibility of confusion between father and son, but as the former had been of age by about 1230, it was probably the younger ...

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Beaumont, John (d. in or after 1556), lawyer and administrator, was the elder son of Thomas Beaumont of Thringstone, Leicestershire (who was cousin to John Beaumont, first Viscount Beaumont), and his wife, Mary, daughter of Robert Moton of Peckleton, Leicestershire. A member of the ...

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Bedyll, Thomas (c. 1486–1537), administrator and canon lawyer, was born at Winchester, where his father was a college tenant. In 1498 he was admitted a scholar at Winchester College and two years later proceeded to New College, Oxford. Elected a fellow of New College...

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Belet, Michael (d. 1201), justice and administrator, was the son of Hervey Belet, a landowner in Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire; the name of his mother is unknown, but he later endowed a lamp over her tomb in East Rudham Priory, Norfolk. In 1166 Robert Foliot's...

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Bellenden, Sir Lewis, of Auchnoll (1555x7–1591), administrator and judge, was the eldest son of Sir John Bellenden of Auchnoul (d. 1576) and his second wife, Barbara, daughter of Sir Hugh Kennedy of Girvanmains and Dame Jane Stewart, Lady Methven. Lewis was born between 1555 and August 1557, when he and his mother were granted a charter of certain lands in the ...

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Bereford, Ralph (d. 1329), administrator and justice, appears to have come from Wiltshire, and to have taken his name from Barford near Downton, where he is later recorded as holding land. The Ralph Bereford recorded in 1316 as a landowner at Mollington, Barford St John...

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Bernyngham [Berningham], Sir Richard (d. in or after 1335), administrator and justice, came of a family of minor landowners in the North Riding of Yorkshire which took its name from Barningham, some 10 miles north-west of Richmond. He was a younger son of ...

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Boreham, Hervey of (b. before 1228?, d. 1277), administrator and justice, was probably born some time before 1228 in the village of Boreham in Essex, the son of Ralph, son of William of Boreham, a minor landowner. He had at least one brother, named ...

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Brass, Sir Leslie Stuart (1891–1958), lawyer and public servant, was born at 29 Trafalgar Square, Chelsea, London, on 12 November 1891, the son of Lot Brass, mechanical engineer, and his wife, Elizabeth Harnor. He was educated at St Paul's School, and from 1910 to 1914 at ...

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Brewer [Briwerre], William (d. 1226), administrator and justice, was the son of Henry Brewer, a royal forester of Bere, Hampshire. It seems that it was in Hampshire that this family originated: William's grandfather, also a William Brewer, held lands outside the west gate of ...