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date: 01 April 2020

Stephen, Sir James Fitzjames, first baronetlocked

(1829–1894)
  • K. J. M. Smith

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Stephen, Sir James Fitzjames, first baronet (1829–1894), judge and writer, was born on 3 March 1829 at Kensington Gore, London, the second of the four children of Sir James Stephen (1789–1859), colonial under-secretary, and his wife, Jane Catherine Venn (1793–1875). Leslie Stephen was his younger brother and biographer....

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