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Alexander, David Lindo (1842–1922), lawyer and Jewish community leader, was born at 6 South Street, London, on 5 October 1842, second son in the large family of solicitor Joshua Alexander and his wife, Jemima (b. 1819), one of eighteen children of David Abarbanel Lindo...

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Bentwich, Herbert (1856–1932), lawyer and Zionist leader, was born on 11 May 1856 at 57 Church Lane, Whitechapel, London, the youngest of three children (he had a brother and a sister) of Marks, or Mattos (Mattathias), Bentwitch, a jeweller who had immigrated from ...

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Butler, Simon (1757–1797), barrister and Irish nationalist, was born in July 1757, the third son of Edmund Butler, tenth Viscount Mountgarret (d. 1779), landowner and barrister, and his wife, Charlotte (d. 1778), daughter of Sir Simon Bradstreet and his wife, Ellen...

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James Carey (1837–1883) by unknown engraver, pubd 1883 ? National Portrait Gallery, London

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Carey, James (1837–1883), Fenian and informer, was the son of Francis Carey, a bricklayer, who migrated from Celbridge, co. Kildare, to Dublin. There his wife (whose name is not known) kept a lodging-house in James Street, where James was born to them. He had at least one brother. ...

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Emmet, Thomas Addis (1764–1827), barrister and Irish nationalist, was born on 24 April 1764 in Cork, the second of the four children of Dr Robert Emmet (1729–1802), state physician, and his wife, Elizabeth Mason (1740–1803). His younger brother was Robert Emmet (1778–1803), fellow United Irishman. The family moved to ...

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Thomas Addis Emmet (1764–1827) by T. W. Huffam, pubd 1843 (after Louis Fran?ois Aubry, 1803) National Gallery of Ireland

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David Walter Ervine (1953–2007) by Ross Wilson, 2008 Ross Wilson / photograph ? Alice Burns

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Ervine, David Walter (1953–2007), paramilitary and politician, was born on 21 July 1953 at 11 Chamberlain Street, Belfast, the third son and youngest of the five children of Walter Ervine, engineering worker, and his wife, Elizabeth (Dolly), née Tate. As a boy he attended Sunday school at the local Presbyterian church but gradually drifted away from formal religious observance. He was educated at ...

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Gibb, Andrew Dewar (1888–1974), jurist and Scottish nationalist, was born at the High Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire, on 13 February 1888, the son of William Fletcher Gibb (1855/6–1923), medical doctor, and his wife, Mary Jane, née Walker (1860/61–1948). He was educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond...

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Ginnell, Laurence (bap. 1852, d. 1923), lawyer and Irish republican, was baptized at Delvin, co. Westmeath, on 9 April 1852, an elder twin, and one of three sons of Laurence Ginnell, a small tenant farmer of Great Crowinstown, and his wife, Mary, née...

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Goldsmid, Sir Francis Henry, second baronet (1808–1878), lawyer and Jewish communal leader, was born at Spital Square, London, on 1 May 1808, the second son of the financier Sir Isaac Lyon Goldsmid, first baronet (1778–1859), and his wife and cousin, Isabel Goldsmid (1788–1860)...

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Harvey, Beauchamp Bagenal (1762–1798), barrister and Irish nationalist, was born at Bargy Castle, co. Wexford, the son of Francis Harvey (d. 1792), barrister and landowner, of Bargy Castle, and Martha, daughter of the Revd James Harvey of Killan. He was tutored by ...

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MacCormick, Sir (Donald) Neil (1941–2009), jurist and Scottish nationalist, was born at Redlands Hospital, Glasgow, on 27 May 1941, the younger son of John MacDonald MacCormick (1904–1961), solicitor and Scottish nationalist, and his wife, Margaret Isobel, née Miller (1908–2003), social worker. He was educated at ...

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Sampson, William (1764–1836), Irish nationalist and jurist, was born at Londonderry on 17 January 1764, the son of Arthur Sampson, Church of Ireland clergyman, described in the records of Lincoln's Inn as 'late of Lisburn, co. Antrim' (Baildon, 535). At the age of eighteen he enrolled himself among the ...

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Waley, Jacob (1818–1873), barrister and Anglo-Jewish community leader, was the elder son of Solomon Jacob Waley (d. 1864), of London, and his wife, Rachel Hort. Simon Waley, pianist and composer, was his brother. Educated in London at Mr Neumegen's school in Highgate...