Men-at-the-Bar/Christie, Richard Copley

Christie, Richard Copley, M.A. Lincoln Coll., Oxon, 1st class honours in law and history, chancellor of the diocese of Manchester since 1 Jan., 1872, professor of jurisprudence at Owen's Coll., Manchester, 1857–70, president of Cheetham and Record Societies, J.P. cos. Derby and Lancashire, author of Etienne Dolet, a Biography, 1880, a student of Lincoln's Inn 21 Nov., 1854 (then aged 24), called to the bar 6 June, 1857 (2nd son of Lorenzo Christie, of Stackhouse, Yorks, formerly of Edale, co. Derby); born 22 July, 1830; married 13 June, 1861, Mary Helen, dau. of late Samuel Fletcher, Esq., of Broomfield, near Manchester.

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