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From: Longen <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] Thomas Selby Solicitor
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 08:26:27 -0800 (PST)
--- Unus/Lorilee Ali <> wrote:
> My ancestor's occupation was listed as Lawyer on son Thomas Selby
> Jr's 1844 birth cert. They were living at Southampton Terrace
> Islington. I have checked the 1845 Solicitor's Record in the London
> Ancestor, and the 1851 Directory for London. Both, have a Selby &
> Mackeson legal firm, at Serjeant's Inn and then Lincoln's Inn
> respectively. The directory does give Edward as the forename for
> the Mackeson solicitor, but nothing for Selby.
> Would anyone have any other ideas so that I could determine the
> forename for the Selby of this firm?
> Lorilee Ali
Confirmation as follows:
Clarke's NEW LAW LIST, 1839
Selby, Thos. and *Geo. Selby, 16, serjeant's inn, fleet street
Marked thus* are Special Pleaders
A "Thomas James Selby, a commis. for affts," is referenced elsewhere in
the List, possibly the same person.
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