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|Perry, Thomas Erskine.|
Adm. pens. at TRINITY HALL, Dec. 1, 1823. [2nd] s. of James [editor of the Morning Chronicle].
B. [July 20, 1806], at Merton, Surrey.
Migrated to Trinity, Oct. 23, 1824.
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 3, 1827.
At the University of Munich, 1829-31.
An ardent reformist.
Sec., National Political Union, 1831.
Founder of the Parliamentary Candidate Society, 1831.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 2, 1832.
Called to the Bar, Nov. 21, 1834.
On the Home Circuit, but devoted himself to law-reporting.
Judge of the Supreme Court of Bombay, 1840-7. Knighted, 1841.
Chief Justice of India, 1847-52; retired.
President of the Indian Board of Education, 1842-52.
M.P. for Devonport, 1854-9. Member of the Council of India, 1859-82.
A Perry Professorship in law was established at Bombay with the sum of £5000 subsrcibed by Indians as a testimonial to him.
Married (1) 1834, Louisa, only child of James M'Elkiney, of Brighton; (2) June 6, 1855, Elizabeth Margaret, 2nd dau. of Sir John van den Bempde-Johnstone, Bart.
Author, legal and Indian.
Died Apr. 22, 1882, in London.
Brother of the next.
(Boase, II. 1473; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Return of M.Ps.; D.N.B.; List of Carthusians.)
|Thomas Erskine PERRY |
Approx. lifespan: 18061882
pens. Trinity Hall adm1823:12:01
2nd s. of James PERRY [editor of the Morning Chronicle
b. Merton, Surrey , 1806:07:20
Sch: Charterhouse School Charterhouse, [London],
Mig. to Trinity College 1824:10:23
Adm. Lincoln's Inn: 1827:02:03
At University of Munich, [Germany], 1829-31
An ardent reformist.
Hon. Sec.: National Political Union 1831
Founder of: : Parliamentary Candidate Society 1831
Adm. Inner Temple: 1832:06:02
Called to the Bar: 1834:11:21
On: Home Circuit,but devoted himself to law-reporting.
Judge of: : Supreme Court of Bombay, [India], 1840-47
Chief Justice of: India , 1847-52
President of: : Indian Board of Education 1842-52
M.P. for: : Devonport, [Devon], 1854-59
Member of: Council of India , 1859-82
A Perry Professorship in law was established Bombay, [India], with the sum of £5000 subsrcibed by Indians as a testimonial to him.
m. (1) 1834,Louisa, only child of James M'Elkiney, of Brighton, [Sussex],
m. (2) 1855:06:06
Elizabeth Margaret JOHN 2nd dau. of Sir JOHN van den Bempde-Johnstone, Bart.
Publ.: legal and Indian.
d. London , 1882:04:22
brother of William PERRY (1818)
( Boase, II. 1473; Law Lists; Inns of Court ; Return of M.Ps.; D.N.B.; List of Carthusians .)