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Francis PEMBERTON
Adm. pens. at EMMANUEL, 12 Aug., 1640.
S. of Ralph, of St Albans, Hertfordshire , and perhaps grandson of Roger (1572). Bapt. there, 18 Jul., 1624.
Matric. 1644 ;
B.A. 1644/5 .
Migrated to Peterhouse, 24 Feb., 1644/5.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1644 .
Called to the Bar, 1654 .
Bencher, 1671 .
Serjeant-at-law, 1675 .
Knighted, 06 Oct., 1675.
Purchased Trumpington Hall [ Cambridgeshire ], 1675 .
Puisne Judge of K.B., 1679-80 .
Lord Chief Justice of K.B., 1681-3 .
Privy Councillor, 1682 .
Chief Justice of the C.P., 1683 .
Removed from the Bench and Privy Council for lukewarmness in prosecution of Lord Russell, 1683 .
Helped to precipitate the Revolution by his successful defence of the seven bishops, 1688 .
Imprisoned for his attack on parliamentary privilege, 1689 .
Married Anne, dau. of Sir Jeremy Whichcote, Bart.
Died 10 Jun., 1697; buried in Highgate Chapel [ London ]. Monument removed to Trumpington Church [ Cambridgeshire ], in 1833 .
Will, P.C.C.
Father of Francis (1693) and Jeremiah (1700).
( T.A. Walker, 79; D.N.B.; Vis. of Herts., 1634 .)
Francis PEMBERTON
Approx. lifespan: 1624–1697
Adm. pens. at Emmanuel College 1640:08:12
s. of Ralph PEMBERTON of St Albans, Hertfordshire , and perhaps grandson of Roger PEMBERTON (1572)
Bapt. there 1624:07:18
Matric. 1644
B.A. 1644/5
Migrated to Peterhouse 1644/5:02:24
Adm. at the Inner Temple 1644
Called to the Bar 1654
Bencher 1671
Serjeant-at-law 1675
Knighted 1675:10:06
Purchased Trumpington Hall, [Cambridgeshire], 1675
Puisne Judge of K.B. 1679-80
Lord Chief Justice of K.B. 1681-83
Privy Councillor 1682
Chief Justice of the C.P. 1683
Removed from the Bench and Privy Council for lukewarmness in prosecution of Lord Russell 1683
Helped to precipitate the Rev.olution by his successful defence of the seven bishops 1688
Imprisoned for his attack on parliamentary privilege 1689
Married Anne WHICHCOTE dau. of Sir Jeremy WHICHCOTE, Bart.
Died 1697:06:10 ; buried in Highgate Chapel, [London],
Monument removed to Trumpington Church, [Cambridgeshire], in 1833
Will, P.C.C.
father of Francis PEMBERTON (1693)
father of Jeremiah PEMBERTON (1700)
( T.A. Walker 79; D.N.B.; Vis. of Pemberton PEMBERTON, Herts . 1634)

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