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Family Division, Principal Registry of the

WHITE, Kenneth James (born 1948), District Judge, Principal Registry of Family Division, 1991–2013

SIMMONDS, Christopher Albert (born 1973), a District Judge, Principal Registry of the Family Division, since 2010

ARTRO MORRIS, John Evan (1925 - 2014), District Judge, Principal Registry of the Family Division (formerly a Registrar of the Supreme Court, Family Division), 1977–95

MAPLE, Graham John (born 1947), District Judge, Principal Registry of Family Division, High Court of Justice, 1991–2005

NEWTON, Douglas Anthony (1915 - 1993), Senior Registrar, Principal Registry, Family Division of High Court, 1972–75, retired

HOLLOWAY, Derrick Robert Le Blond (1917 - 1997), Registrar of the Family Division, Principal Registry, 1966–83; retired

BASSETT CROSS, Alistair Robert Sinclair (born 1944), District Judge, 1991–2011, Deputy District Judge, since 2013, Principal Registry, Family Division, High Court of Justice

MORRIS, David Elwyn (1920 - 2015), a District Judge (formerly Registrar) of the Principal Registry of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice, 1976–91

GUEST, Trevor George (1928 - 1999), a District Judge (formerly Registrar of the Principal Registry), Family Division of the High Court of Justice, 1972–93; barrister

REID, Andrew Stephen (born 1954), Senior Partner, RMPI (formerly Reid Minty) LLP, Solicitors, since 1980; Deputy High Court Costs Judge (formerly Deputy Supreme Court Taxing Master), since 1991; Deputy District Judge: Principal Registry of the Family Division, since 2001; South Eastern Circuit, since 2002; Deputy Adjudicator, HM Land Registry, since 2007

 

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Since 1858 all wills in England and Wales have been proved at the registry in Somerset House, Strand, London. The annual indexes, which name the testator and (until 1967) executor(s) ...

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