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56 R. Dally to Mr Ellis Clerk of the Peace, Horsham

NICHOLSON, Richard (1828 - 1913), Clerk of the Peace, Middlesex, 1869; First Clerk of the Peace, London, 1888

LONGMORE, Charles (Elton) (1855 - 1930), Clerk of the Peace; Clerk of the County Council and Clerk to Lieutenancy for Hertfordshire

SKINNER, Horace Wilfrid (1884 - 1955), Clerk of Peace and Clerk of County Council, Derbyshire, 1930–50; Clerk to the Lieutenancy

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

FOTTRELL, George (1849 - 1925), Clerk of the Crown and Peace, County and City of Dublin

STEPHENSON, Thomas (1889 - 1974), retired as Clerk of the Peace, Clerk of the County Council, Clerk of Lieutenancy, for the East Riding of Yorks. (1940–61)

WHITNEY, Benjamin (1833 - 1916), Clerk of the Crown, Clerk of the Peace and Local Registrar of Titles, Co. Mayo

RICHARDS, John Eugene (1885 - 1951), Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace for the City of Nottingham since 1936

BARRATT, Charles (1910 - 1971), Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace for the City of Coventry, 1946–70

CLARE, Harcourt Everard (1854 - 1922), Clerk of the Peace for Lancashire, Clerk of the County Council, etc

FRANKLEN, Thomas Mansel (1840 - 1928), Clerk of the Peace for Glamorgan since 1878

BROWN, John T. T. (died 1933), Clerk of the Peace, Middle Ward, Lanarkshire

ADCOCK, Robert (Henry) (1899 - 1990), retired as Clerk of County Council, Lancashire (1944–60), also as Clerk of the Peace for Lancashire and Clerk of the Lancashire Lieutenancy

THORNLEY, Hubert (Gordon) (1884 - 1962), DL; retired as Clerk of the Peace and Clerk of N. Riding of Yorkshire County Council (1916–60)

TYRER, William Henry (1876 - 1947), Town Clerk of Wigan, 1911–July 1946, and Clerk of the Peace, 1940–46, when retired

WHEATLEY, (George) Andrew (1908 - 1991), Clerk of the Peace and Clerk of Hampshire County Council, 1946–67

 

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The principal officer who kept the records of the quarter sessions and the lieutenancy.

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