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|Law, the Hon. Charles Ewan.|
Adm. Fell.-Com. at ST JOHN'S, Jan. 25, 1810.
[2nd] s. of Edward (1767), 1st Baron Ellenborough [and Anne, dau. of Capt.
George Phillips Towry, R.N.]. [B. June 14, 1792.] School, Winchester.
Matric. Lent, 1810; M.A. 1812; LL.D. (Com. Reg.) 1847.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 16, 1813.
Called to the Bar, Feb. 7, 1817.
On the Home Circuit.
One of the four Common Pleaders of the City of London, 1823.
Judge of the Sheriff's Court, 1828.
Bencher, 1829; Treasurer, 1839.
Common Serjeant, 1830.
Recorder of London, 1833-50.
M.P. for Cambridge University, 1835-50.
Married, Mar. 8, 1811, at Gretna Green and again, May 22, Elizabeth Sophia, 3rd dau. of Sir Edward Nightingale, Bart., of Kneesworth, Cambs.
Died Aug. 13, 1850, in London.
Referred to favourably by Gunning in his Reminiscences, II. 280-2. Brother of Edward (1807), William T. (1831) and John (1824); father of Edward (1837). (Burke, P. and B.; Inns of Court; Law Lists; D.N.B.)
|Hon. Charles Ewan LAW |
Approx. lifespan: 17921850
Fell.-Com. St John's College adm1810:01:25
2nd s. of Edward LAW (1767), 1st Baron Ellenborough [and Anne TOWRY dau. of Captain George Phillips TOWRY, R.N. . [
b. .] 1792:06:14
Sch: Winchester School Winchester, [Hampshire],
LLD Com. Reg. 1847
Adm. Inner Temple: 1813:01:16
Called to the Bar: 1817:02:07
On: Home Circuit
One of the four Common Pleaders of the City of London, [London], 1823
Judge of: : Sheriff's Court 1828
Common Serjeant: 1830
Recorder of: London , 1833-50
M.P. for: : CB, ???, University 1835-50
m. 1811:03:08 at Gretna Green, [Dumfries-shire], and again, 22:05:, Elizabeth Sophia NIGHTINGALE 3rd dau. of Sir Edward NIGHTINGALE, Bart., of Kneesworth, Cambridgeshire ,
d. 1850:08:13 in London ,
Referred to favourably by Gunning in his Reminiscences, II. 280-2.
brother of Edward LAW (1807) William T. LAW (1831) John LAW (1824)
father of Edward LAW (1837)
(Burke, P. and B.; Inns of Court; Law Lists; D.N.B. )
[add:]Portrait by H.W. Pickersgill at St John's College [:add]