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Carden, George Frederick (1798–1874), barrister and cemetery founder, was born on 21 May 1798 in London, the second of the five children of James Carden (1758–1829), attorney, and his wife, Mary (1765–1830), daughter of John Walter (1739?–1812), founder of The Times. His brother was the banker and politician ...

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John Glaister (1856–1932) by William Somerville Shanks, 1917 © reserved / Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow

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Glaister, John (1856–1932), expert in medical jurisprudence and public health, was born on 9 March 1856 in the county town of Lanark, the eldest of four children born to Joseph Glaister (1830–1871) and Marion Hamilton Weir (1832–1871), small property owners, grocers, and spirit merchants. ...

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Tench, David Edward (1929–2011), solicitor and consumer rights advocate, was born at 232 Copnor Road, Portsmouth, on 14 June 1929, the son of Henry George Tench (1891–1970), oil company salesman, and his wife, Emma Rose (formerly Emma Rosie), née Orsborn (1892–1980). He had a good voice and became a chorister at the ...

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Zouch, Henry (1725?–1795), magistrate and writer on the poor, was the eldest surviving son of Charles Zouch (d. 1754), the vicar of Sandal Magna, near Wakefield, Yorkshire, and Dorothy, née Norton (1695/6–1760); he was the brother of Thomas Zouch. Henry was educated at ...