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Curtis, Dunstan Michael Carr (1910–1983), lawyer and civil servant in Europe, was born on 26 August 1910 at 6 Cheyne Gardens, Chelsea, London, the only child of Arthur Cecil Curtis, a civil servant, and his wife, Elizabeth, a teacher and painter, the daughter of ...

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Dowson, Sir Ernest MacLeod (1876–1950), colonial administrator and expert on land registration, was born on 19 November 1876 in India, the only son of Ernest Dowson, superintendent of the Indian government telegraph department. He was educated at the Isle of Wight College and the ...

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Forbes, Sir Francis (1784–1841), lawyer and colonial official, was born at Bermuda, eldest son of Francis Forbes MD (c.1740–1814) and his second wife, Mary Tucker. Parental education preceded schooling in St George's. He then read law under Bermuda's Chief Justice Leonard...

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Palmer, John (c. 1650–1700?), lawyer and colonial administrator, began his professional career in the military. He served as an ensign under Colonel William Burt, in the Barbados regiment of foot, where he met Major Edmund Andros. Palmer participated in a successful expedition sent by ...

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Romaine, William Govett (1815–1893), barrister and colonial official, was the second son of Robert Govett (1780–1858), vicar of Staines, Middlesex. The family took the additional surname Romaine in 1827. Romaine was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge (BA 1837, MA 1859), and entered the ...