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James Whiteside (1804-1876) in Ireland
Posted by: Tony Rainer (ID *****5736) Date: July 12, 2004 at 09:34:23
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13 July 2004

Anyone related to James Whiteside (1804–1876)?

This Whitside had a distinguished career in the Law in Ireland, being made a Q.C. in 1842 (only 12 years after being called to the Bar).

He became Solicitor-General for Ireland in 1852, Attorney-General in 1866 and Chief Justice (Queen’s Bench) in the same year.

He was Conservative M.P. for Enniskillen (Co. Fermanagh) in 1851 and was at Dublin University 1859–1866.

Just wondering...

Tony Rainer
Melbourne, Australia

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