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LYNCH, Vincent James (1892 - 1961), Barrister-at-Law, King’s Inns, Dublin; Munster Circuit

MITCHELL-INNES, Cecil (1866 - 1949), King’s Police Medal, 1916

Carson, Edward Henry (1854 - 1935), Bencher of King’s Inns, Dublin; Bencher Middle Temple, 1900

OULTON, George N. (died 1928), KC 1904; Bencher of King’s Inns

SAMUELS, Arthur Warren (1852 - 1925), PC 1918; JP; KC (Ireland); LLD; MRIA; Judge of the High Court of Justice in Ireland, King’s Bench, since 1919; Bencher, Gray’s Inn, 1919; Bencher, King’s Inns

ESMONDE, John Lymbrick (1893 - 1958), Barrister-at-Law (called 1921, Ireland), Senior Bar, 1942; Bencher King’s Inn, 1948

Hemphill, Martyn Charles Andrew (1901 - 1957), Barrister-at-law, King’s Inns, Dublin and Middle Temple

NORWOOD, William Stuart (died 1944), KC (Irish Bar); Barrister, Irish and English Bars; formerly Bencher of King’s Inns, Dublin, and JP Co. Cork

MORIARTY, John Francis (died 1915), PC; KC; Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland from 1914; Bencher of the King’s Inns

SLYNE, Denis (1859 - 1928), Barrister-at-law; Lord O’Hagan medallist and David Lynch medallist, King’s Inns, Ireland

CAMPBELL, Thomas Joseph (died 1946), KC 1918; MP (Nat.) Central Belfast, Northern Ireland, since 1934; Bencher of the King’s Inns, Dublin, 1924, and of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland, 1938; Father of the Circuit of Northern Ireland, 1943

BALL, William Valentine (1874 - 1960), Master of the Supreme Court, King’s Bench Division, 1921–43, Senior Master and King’s Remembrancer, 1943–47; Bencher Lincoln’s Inn, 1945

BATTERSBY, Thomas Stephenson Francis (1855 - 1933), Bencher, King’s Inns; late Senior Crown Prosecutor Waterford City and County and Queen’s Co.; JP Cos. Dublin and Meath

O’GRADY, Guillamore (1879 - 1952), Barrister-at-law, King’s Inns, Dublin; Major, late South Irish Horse; Dublin Herald of Arms since 1908

RIGG, Richard (1877 - 1942), Barr Inner Temple and King’s Inns, Dublin; Mayor of the City of Westminster, 1939–40; Officer of the Order of St John of Jerusalem

GINNELL, Laurence (1854 - 1923), MP N Westmeath, 1906–18, Westmeath Co., since 1918; Barrister, Middle Temple, 1893 and also of King’s Inns, Dublin, 1906

340.1. Sa. 27 Nov. '73. Robert Chambers. Address: To Robert Chambers Esq New Inn Hall Oxford (re-addressed to No. 6. Kings Bench Walks Inner Temple London). Postmarks: OXFORD and 27 NO. Adam.—

289.1. Lichfield. Th. 3 Dec. '72. Robert Chambers. Address: To Robert Chambers Esq at New Inn Hall Oxford; redirected to No 6 Kings Bench Walks, Inner Temple, London. Postmark: 9 DE. Adam.—

Innes-Ker, Henry John (1876 - 1932), Lord Lieutenant of Roxburghs, since 1918; Chancellor of the Order of the Thistle since 1926; was Lieut 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; Lieut Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland), 1930


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The Society of King's Inns in Dublin was the Irish equivalent of the English Inns of Court. Its site on the north bank of the Liffey was taken in 1786 ...

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