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DONCASTER, Robert (1872 - 1955), JP; Dep. Chairman Derbyshire Quarter Sessions; Chairman Ilkeston Petty Sessional Justices

DU-PLAT-TAYLOR, Francis Maurice Gustavus (1878 - 1954), JP Surrey; Chairman: Surrey Quarter Sessions Rating Appeals Cttee, 1942; Mortlake (Surrey) Petty Sessions; Arbitrator

BARNARD, Edmund Broughton (1856 - 1930), Chairman Bishop-Stortford Petty Sessions; Chairman of Bishop-Stortford Assessment Committee; JP Herts and Essex

RHODES, George Wood (1860 - 1924), JP Cheshire; Chairman Dukinfield Petty Sessions; Chairman and Managing Director Thomas Rhodes, Ltd

NORTON, Thomas (1845 - 1935), JP and DL; Chairman, Staincross Petty Sessions, and Deputy Chairman Quarter Sessions, West Riding; Director of Martin’s Bank; was Chairman of East Central Appeal Tribunal, WR of Yorks

PEEL, Walter (1868 - 1949), JP County of Chester; Chairman Wirral Petty Sessional Division, 1935–46; Deputy Chairman Cheshire Quarter Sessions, 1935–42; Chairman, Cheshire County Licensing Committee; District Registrar of High Court of Justice, Liverpool, 1919–42

BURGIS, Edwin Cooper (1878 - 1966), formerly Independent Chairman of Sandstone Industry Compensation Fund for North West of England; Independent Chairman of Byssinosis Compensation and Benefit Schemes; Member of Home Office Committee on Industrial Diseases (Workmen’s Compensation); Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions of County of Cheshire; Chairman of Eddisbury Petty Sessions; Chairman of Cheshire County Licensing Committee; Chairman Conscientious Objectors, N Western Division

CLAYTON, Forrester (1878 - 1942), DL Middlesex; Chairman, Brentford Petty Sessions; Chairman, Middlesex Standing Joint Committee; Chairman, Visiting Committee of Wormwood Scrubbs Prison; President, Brentford Conservative Association; Member, London Passenger Transport Board, Thames Conservancy, Lee Conservancy and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee; President, National Association of Canal Carriers

 

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A court held by the sheriff of a hundred in 16th-century England. They were mainly concerned with maintaining order and local economic regulations. More serious cases were referred to general or quarter sessions.

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