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Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, June 17, 1822. [3rd] s. of James, [Sheriff-Clerk] of Perthshire.
B. , at Perth.
School, Glasgow [and Glasgow University, 1817-20; B.A., Glasgow, 1820]. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1825; B.A. 1826.
Adm. Advocate, 1828.
Solicitor-General for Scotland, 1859.
M.P. for Bridgwater, Aug. 1865-Mar. 1866.
Lord Advocate, 1866.
Appointed himself Lord Justice Clerk, 1867, 'partly in order to avoid inquiry into charges of election bribery.' Assumed the title of Lord Glenalmond.
P.C., Nov. 1867.
Succeeded to the estate of Glenalmond on the death of his elder brother, 1869.
Died by his own hand (drowned in the river Almond), at Glenalmond, Sept. 20, 1869.
(Boase, II. 1391; D.N.B., which does not mention Cambridge, but states he was at Oxford and did not matric.; not found in Al. Oxon.; C. J. Fordyce.)
|George PATTON |
Approx. lifespan: 18031869
pens. aged 18 Trinity College adm1822:06:17
3rd s. of James PATTON Sheriff-Clerk of Perthshire
b. Perth, [ Perthshire ] 1803
School, Glasgow, [ Scotland ] [and Sch: Glasgow University Glasgow, [ Scotland ] 1817-20
Adm. Advocate: 1828
Solicitor-General for: : Scotland 1859
M.P. for: : Bridgwater, [ Somerset ] 1865:08:-1866:03
Lord Advocate: 1866
Lord Justice Clerk: 1867,"partly in order to avoid inquiry into charges of election bribery."
Assumed the title of Lord Glenalmond.
Succeeded to the estate of Glenalmond, [ Perthshire ] on the death of his elder brother 1869
d. by his own hand ( d. drowned in the river Almond), at Glenalmond, [ Perthshire ] 1869:09:20
( Boase, II. 1391; D.N.B., which does not mention CB, but states he was OX and did not Matric.; not found in Al. Oxon. ; C. J. Fordyce.)