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Denman, the Hon. George.
Adm. pens. (age 19) at TRINITY, June 28, 1838. [4th] s. of Thomas (1796) [Lord Chief Justice]. B. Dec. 23, 1819.
Schools, Felsted and Repton.
Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar, 1840; B.A.
(Senior Classic) 1842.
M.A. 1845.
Fellow, 1843.
Rowing 'blue,' 1841 and 1842.
Won the Colquohoun Sculls, 1842.
Rowed in 101 races, losing only 13.
Walked from Cambridge to London, 54 miles, in 12 hours, 18 min.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 8, 1843.
Called to the Bar, 1846.
University Counsel, 1857-72.
M.P. for Tiverton, 1859-65 and 1866-72.
Q.C., 1861.
Bencher, 1861.
Judge of the Court of C.P., 1872-5; of the High Court, Common Pleas Division, 1875-81; of Queens' Bench Division, 1881-92; Retired.
P.C., 1893.
Married, 1852, Charlotte, dau. of the late Samuel Hope, Esq., banker, of Liverpool.
Author, Translation of Gray's Elegy into Greek Verse; and of Pope's Homer's Iliad (first book) into Latin Elegaics; Story of the Kings of Rome in verse, 1889; Verses. At Cambridge 'he combined classical capacity with power of muscle and endurance, both in a very high degree....He lived a double life, warily looking after his own boat crew, the First Trinity...but doing hard mental work at other hours' (Memories, Sir F. Galton, 74). Died Sept. 21, 1896, aged 76, at 8, Cranley Gardens, Kensington.
For in memoriam notice by J. E. Scenalys, see Camb.
Review
, Nov. 5, 1896.
Brother of Lewis W. (1839), etc.; father of the next, of Arthur (1876) and of the above.
(Repton Sch. Reg.; D.N.B.; Book of Blues; Burke, P. and B., 776; Foster, Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.; The Standard, Sept. 23, 1896.)
Hon. George DENMAN
Approx. lifespan: 1819–1917
pens. aged 19 Trinity College adm1838:06:28
4th s. of Thomas DENMAN (1796) [
Lord Chief Justice:
b. 1819:12:23
schools Sch: Felsted School Felsted, [ Essex ]
and Repton, [ Derbyshire ]
Matric 1838:10MT:
Scholar 1840
BA Senior Classic 1842
MA 1845
Fellow 1843
Rowing "blue" 1841, and 1842
Won the Colquohoun Sculls 1842
Rowed in 101 races, losing only 13. Walked from CB to London , 54 miles, in 12 hours, 18 min.
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1843:11:08
Called to the Bar: 1846
University Counsel: 1857-72
M.P. for: : Tiverton, [ Devon ] 1859-65, and 1866-72
Q.C.: 1861
Bencher: 1861
Judge of: : Court of C.P. 1872-75
of the High Court, Common Pleas Division 1875-81
of Queens' Bench Division 1881-92
Retired.
P.C.: 1893
m. 1852,Charlotte dau. of the late Samuel Hope, Esq., banker, of Liverpool, [ Lancashire ]
Publ.: Translation of Gray's Elegy into Greek Verse ; and of Pope's Homer's Iliad (first book) into Latin Elegaics; Story of the Kings of Rome in verse 1889;
Verses.
At CB, "he combined classical capacity with power of muscle and endurance, both in a very high degree....He lived a double life, warily looking after his own boat crew, the First Trinity...but doing hard mental work at other hours" ( Memories, Sir F. Galton, 74)
d. aged 76 8 Cranley Gardens, Kensington, [ London ]
For in memoriam notice by J. E. Scenalys, see Cambridge Review 1896:11:05 . 1896:09:21
brother of Lewis W. DENMAN (1839) etc.
father of the next, of Arthur DENMAN (1876) and of the above.
( Repton School Reg.; D.N.B.; Book of Blues ; Burke, P. and B., 776; Foster, Men at the Bar ; Scott, MSS.; The Standard 1896:09:23)
[add:]Photograph: CAS: H.45[:add]

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