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Mayor's and City of London Court

Mayor's and City of London Court

THOMAS, (Aubrey) Ralph (1879 - 1957), a Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1936–54; retired

TURNER, Maxwell Joseph Hall (1907 - 1960), an additional Judge of Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1959

COOPER, Frank Shewell (1864 - 1949), Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1922–36

JACKSON, Frank Stather (1853 - 1922), Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court since 1921

SIMPSON, Peter Robert (1936 - 2014), a Circuit Judge, 1989–2008; Second Judge, Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1994–2008

ODDIE, Christopher Ripley (born 1929), a Circuit Judge, 1974–94, sitting at Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1989–94

BASS, John Stuart (1905 - 1954), Additional Judge, Mayor’s and City of London Court since 1953

ROGERS, Graham (1907 - 1973), a Circuit Judge and Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court, since 1972; Chairman, London Licensing Planning Committee, since 1967

DIGHT, Marc David (born 1961), a Senior Circuit Judge (Chancery), since 2007; Resident Judge, Central London Civil Justice Centre and Mayor’s and City of London Court, since 2014

RANKING, Robert Duncan (1915 - 1994), a Circuit Judge (formerly County Court Judge), 1968–88; Judge of the Mayors and City of London Court, 1980–88

LEONARD, James Charles Beresford Whyte (1905 - 2004), a Circuit Judge (formerly Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Inner London and Middlesex), 1965–79; Judge of the Mayor’s and City of London Court, 1972–79

ATHERLEY-JONES, Llewellyn Archer (1851 - 1929), KC; JP Berks; Judge of Mayor’s City of London Court and Commissioner Central Criminal Court since 1913; Recorder of Newcastle since 1905; a Bencher of the Inner Temple; Treasurer, 1927

LAURIE, John Dawson (1872 - 1954), one of HM Lieutenants, City of London; Rep. London Court of Arbitration; Rep. London Museum; Treas. of the Lieutenancy; Partner in Laurie Milbank and Co.; Alderman, 1931; Sheriff, 1935–36, and Lord Mayor, City of London, 1941–42

HORNCASTLE, Walter Radcliffe (1850 - 1908), First Mayor of Hackney, 1901; Chief Commoner of the Corporation of the City of London, 1903; Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Knight Military Commander of the Servian Order of Takowa; Commander of the Military Order of our Lady of the Conception of Villa Vicosa (Portugal); Grand Officer (Star and Collar) of the Imperial Order of the Lion and Sun of Persia; Knight of the Crown of Italy; Member of the Court of Common Council of the City of London

 

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A court formed in 1922 by the amalgamation of the Mayor's Court and the City of London Court. It had an unlimited civil jurisdiction over matters arising within the City. The Court was abolished by the Courts Act 1971, but the name is retained by the county court for the City of London, which has normal county court jurisdiction.

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