Halkerston, Peter (d. c. 1833), legal writer and antiquary, is said to have received a university education, and to have taken the degree of MA. He studied law, and in 1791 was admitted to the Society of Solicitors to the Supreme Courts of Scotland...
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Lewin, Thomas (1805–1877), legal writer and antiquary, was born at Ifield, Sussex, on 19 April 1805, the fifth son of Spencer James Lewin (1765/6–1842), vicar of Ifield and rector of Crawley, and his wife, Elizabeth, née Capper (1762/3–1845). In March 1816 he went to ...
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Mason, Henry Joseph Monck (1778–1858), legal writer and antiquary, was born at Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, on 15 July 1778, the son of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Monck Mason of Kildare Street, Dublin, and his second wife, Jane, the only daughter of Bartholomew Mosse MD. His uncle was ...
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