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Bebb [married name Thomson], Gwyneth Marjory (1889–1921), campaigner for women's admission to the legal profession, was born at Brasenose House, High Street, Oxford, on 27 October 1889, the second daughter and third of the seven children of Llewellyn John Montfort Bebb DD (1862–1915)...

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Brett, Sir Charles Edward Bainbridge (1928–2005), solicitor and architectural historian, was born on 30 October 1928 at Glenard, Holywood, co. Down, the eldest son of Charles Anthony Brett (1897–1988), solicitor, and his wife, (Elizabeth) Joyce, née Carter. His father was senior partner of ...

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Craig, William [Bill] (1924–2011), solicitor and politician, was born on 2 December 1924 at Cookstown, co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, the son of John Craig, bank manager, and his wife, Mary Kathleen, née Lamont. Educated at Dungannon Royal School and Larne grammar school, he joined the ...

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Goodman, Arnold Abraham, Baron Goodman (1913–1995), solicitor and public servant, was born on 21 August 1913 at 26 Bodney Road, Hackney, London, the younger son of Joseph Goodman (1879/1880–1940), master draper, and his wife, Bertha (1887–1959), daughter of Joseph Mauerberger, businessman. His name was given on his birth certificate as ...

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Mackenzie [née Hughes], (Hettie) Millicent (1863–1942), educationist and suffragist, was born at 14 York Place, Clifton, Bristol, on 11 June 1863, the second of three children of Walter William Hughes (1833–1909), estate agent, and his wife, Hester Catherine, ...

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Mishcon, Victor, Baron Mishcon (1915–2006), solicitor and politician, was born on 14 August 1915 at 1 Helix Road, Brixton, London, the son of Rabbi Arnold Mishcon (1879/80–1935), who had emigrated from Russia, and his west-country wife, Queenie, née Orler (1878/9–1949), who was a teacher at an elementary school. His father had become a rabbi at the age of twenty-two, and four years later became rabbi at the ...

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Napier, Sir Oliver John (1935–2011), solicitor and politician, was born on 11 July 1935 at 34 Malone Avenue, Belfast, the son of James Joseph Napier, solicitor, and his wife, Sarah Frances (Sheila), née Bready, teacher. In 1941, during the Second World War, the family relocated and his early years were spent near ...