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|Maine, Henry James Sumner.|
(age 18) at PEMBROKE, May 5, 1840.
Eldest s. of James, M.D., of Henley.
B. [Aug. 15, 1822], at Hockliffe, Beds.
School, Christ's Hospital.
Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1840; Camden medal, 1842; 1st Chancellor's medal, 1842; Browne medal, 1842 and 1843; Craven Scholar, 1843; B.A. (Senior Classic) 1844.
Migrated to Trinity Hall, 1844; M.A. 1847; LL.D. (per Lit.Reg.) 1847.
Fellow and Tutor of Trinity Hall; Master, 1877-88.
Hon. Fellow of Pembroke, 1887.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 4, 1847.
Called to the Bar, June 11, 1850.
Reader on Roman Law and Jurisprudence at the Inns of Court, 1852.
Adm. ad eundem at the Middle Temple, Oct. 4, 1862.
Bencher of the Middle Temple, 1873.
Regius Professor of Civil Law, 1847-54; Whewell Professor of International Law, 1887-8. Rede Lecturer, 1875.
at Oxford, 1870.
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1867-79.
Corpus Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford, 1869-78.
Legal Member of Council in India, 1862-9. Member of the Indian Council, 1871.
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calcutta.
Married, Dec. 21, 1847, his cousin, Jane, dau. of George Maine.
Author, Ancient Law; its Connection with the Early History of Society and its Relations to Modern Ideas; Village Communities; Dissertations on Early Law and Customs, etc.: a contributor, from its start, to the Saturday Review. His Whewell Lectures for 1887 were edited after his death by Frederick Harrison and Sir Frederick Pollock.
Died Feb. 3, 1888, at Cannes.
Father of Charles S. (1869) and Henry H. (above). (Boase, II. 698; I.C.S. Lists; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; Middle Temple Bench Book; D.N.B.; C.U. Hist.
|Henry James Sumner MAINE |
Approx. lifespan: 18221888
pens. aged 18 Pembroke College adm1840:05:05
Eldest s. of James MAINE,
MD of Henley [???].
b. Hockliffe, Bedfordshire
Sch: Christ's Hospital [ Sussex ] 1822:08:15
Camden Medal: 1842
1st Chancellor's Medal 1842
Browne Medal 1842, and 1843
Craven Scholar 1843
( Senior Classic ) 1844
Migrated to Trinity Hall 1844
LLD per Lit.Reg. 1847
Fellow and Tutor of: : Trinity Hall
Hon. Fellow of: : Pembroke College 1887
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1847:06:04
Called to the Bar: 1850:06:11
Reader on Roman Law and Jurisprudence at the Inns of Court 1852
Adm ad eundem Middle Temple 1862:10:04
Bencher of: : Middle Temple 1873
Regius Professor of: Civil Law 1847-54
Whewell Professor of: International Law 1887-88
Rede Lecturer: 1875
Incorp. at ((pl) )) OX 1870
Fellow of: : Corpus Christi College [Oxford] 1867-79
Corpus Professor of: Jurisprudence OX 1869-78
Legal Member of: Council in India 1862-69
Member of: Indian Council 1871
Vice-Chancellor of Sch: University of Calcutta, [ India ]
m. 1847:12:21,his cousin, Jane dau. of George Maine.
Publ.: Ancient Law; its Connection with the Early History of Society and its Relations to Modern Ideas; Village Communities; Dissertations on Early Law and Customs etc.: a contributor, from its start, to the Saturday Review . His Whewell Lectures for 1887
were edited after his death by Frederick Harrison and Sir Frederick Pollock.
d. 1888:02:03 at Cannes, [ France ]
father of Charles S. MAINE (1869) and Henry H. (above)
( Boase, II. 698; I.C.S. Lists; Law Lists; Inns of Court ; Foster, Men at the Bar; Middle Temple Bench Book; D.N.B.; C.U. Hist. Reg. )
[add:]Portraits by Lowes Dickinson at Trinity Hall & Pembroke College ; plaques in Fitzwilliam Museum, [ Cambridgeshire ] and Westminster Abbey, [ London ] [:add]
[add:]C.W. Crawley: Trinity Hall , 148; Goodison: CP 200[:add]