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From Patriots to UnionistsDublin Civic Politics and Irish Protestant Patriotism, 1660-1840$

Jacqueline Hill

Print publication date: 1997

Print ISBN-13: 9780198206354

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198206354.001.0001

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(p.395) Appendix C. Recorders of Dublin, 1660–1841

(p.395) Appendix C. Recorders of Dublin, 1660–1841

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From Patriots to Unionists
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Oxford University Press

Barnewall, Sir John, recorder, 1687–9; baron of the exchequer, 1688–90.

Bradstreet, Sir Samuel, recorder, 1766–84 (see App. B).

Coote, Thomas, recorder, 1690–3 (see App. B).

Davies, Sir William, recorder, 1661–72, 1672–80 (see App. B).

Dillon, Gerard, prime serjeant, 1687–90; recorder, 1689–90.

Donnellan, Nehemiah, d. 1696. Prime serjeant, 1693–5; recorder, 1693–5; baron of the exchequer, 1695–6.

Forster, John, recorder, 1701–14 (see App. B).

George, Denis, d. 1821; recorder, 1785–94; baron of the exchequer, 1794–1821.

Greene, Sir Jonas, d. 1828. Son of Richard Greene, merchant. BA (TCD), 1787; called to the bar, 1790; recorder, 1821–8. Knighted, 1821.

Grattan, James, recorder, 1756–66 (see App. B).

Handcock, William, recorder, 1695–1701 (see App. B).

Hussey, Dudley, d. 1785; recorder, 1784–5.

Leighton, Sir Ellis, d. 1685; younger son of Alexander Leighton. Colonel in royalist army, 1640s; secretary to James, duke of York. LL D (Cambridge), 1665. Secretary to Lord Berkeley, viceroy; recorder, 1672.

Morgan, Thomas, b. ?1709. Entered TCD, 1726; called to the bar, 1733. Recorder, 1749–56(?).

Rogerson, Sir John, recorder, 1714–27 (see App. B).

Ryves, Sir Richard (?1643–95), baron of the exchequer, 1692–5. Son of Charles

Ryves. Entered TCD, 1657; LL D, 1690; recorder, 1680–7, 1690.

Shaw, Frederick, recorder, 1828–76 (see App. B).

Stannard, Eaton (?1685–1757). Son of Reverend Robert Stannard. BA (TCD), 1706; called to the bar, 1714. Recorder, 1733–49; prime serjeant, 1754–7.

Stoyte, Francis, d. 1733. Son of John Stoyte, MP (App. B). BA (TCD), 1715, recorder, 1727–33.

Walker, William (?1757–1820), b. Dublin. Son of Matthew Walker, merchant. Entered TCD, 1773; called to the bar, 1779; recorder, 1794–1820.

Notes:

Sources: as App. B. also CARD iv. 197; v. 13, 17, 190, 193, 450, 495, 511; vi. 34, 103, 253, 504; vii. 388; viii. 92; ix. 310; x. 211; xi. 334; xiii. 355, 455; xiv. 364; xvii. 351; xviii. 255.