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Clerks of the Court

clerk of the Court

AUSTIN, Herbert (1867 - 1929), Clerk of the Central Criminal Court

NOPS, Wilfrid Walter (1884 - 1948), Clerk of the Central Criminal Court; Clerk of the Peace of City of London

RESTON, Clifford Arthur (1928 - 1979), Principal Chief Clerk, Inner London Magistrates Courts, and Clerk to the Committee of Magistrates for Inner London, since 1976

PATERSON, Norman Fitzherbert (1843 - 1925), Registrar of the Court of Appeal, 1908, and Clerk of the Supreme Court, of Ontario

MEABY, Kenneth Tweedale (1883 - 1965), DL Notts.; JP; Clerk of the Lieutenancy since 1920; Clerk of the Peace and of the County Council for Nottinghamshire, 1920–54; Clerk of the Court Magistrates Courts Committee; County Controller for Civil Defence, Secretary of Nottinghamshire War Agricultural Executive Committee, legal adviser to Midland Agricultural College, and Clerk of War Zone Court for North Midland Region

BRADBURN, John (1915 - 2005), Chief Registrar of the High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy, 1984–88; Registrar of the Companies Court and Clerk of the Restrictive Practices Court, 1980–88

DEARBERGH, Geoffrey Frederick (1924 - 1979), Registrar in Bankruptcy of High Court; Clerk of the Restrictive Practices Court

EVANS, Thomas Henry (1907 - 1992), Clerk of the Peace, Clerk of the County Council, and Clerk to Lieutenancy for Staffordshire, 1942–72; Clerk of Staffordshire Magistrates Courts Committee, 1952–72; Clerk of Staffordshire County and Stoke-on-Trent Police Authority, 1968–72

PYNE, Robert Allan (1855 - 1931), Member of Legislature since 1898; Sheriff of City of Toronto; Clerk of the County Court of York Co.

RITTER, Gustave Albert (died 1914), unofficial member of the Council of Government, colony of Mauritius. Clerk to Judge of Supreme Court, Mauritius, 1864

DILLON, Conrad Adderly (1845 - 1901), Principal Clerk in the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice

ALLEN, Thomas Carleton (1852 - 1927), KC; Registrar, Supreme Court of New Brunswick, Deputy Attorney-General, and Clerk of the Crown

163 By the King. A proclamation for the prices of victuals within the Verge of the Court, with two blank Inquisitions for the Clerk of the market. [Whitehall 24 February 1617]

STRICK, Robert Charles Gordon (born 1931), Clerk to the Drapers’ Company, 1980–93 (Liveryman, Court of Assistants, 1994)

McNEILL, Robert Norman (died 1956), an Assistant-Chief Clerk in the Supreme Court of Justice, Northern Ireland, since 1935

O’NEILL, Alan Albert (1916 - 1991), Clerk to the Drapers’ Company, 1973–80, Member, Court of Assistants, since 1981

BERKELEY, (Augustus Fitzhardinge) Maurice (1903 - 1991), Chief Registrar of the High Court in Bankruptcy, 1966–75; Registrar of the Companies Court, 1957–75 and Clerk of the Restrictive Practices Court, 1965–75

 

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During the U.S. Supreme Court's first term, in 1790, it established the office of the clerk to be responsible for managing the Court's administrative work. The clerk manages the dockets ...

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