Justice of the Common Pleas

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Justice of the Common Pleas was a puisne judicial position within the Court of Common Pleas of England and Wales, under the Chief Justice. The Common Pleas was the primary court of common law within England and Wales, dealing with "common" pleas (civil matters between subject and subject). It was created out of the common law jurisdiction of the Exchequer of Pleas, with splits forming during the 1190s and the division becoming formal by the beginning of the 13th century. [1] The court became a key part of the Westminster courts, along with the Exchequer of Pleas (qualified to hear cases involving revenue owed to the King) and the Court of King's Bench (authorised to hear cases involving the King), but with the Writ of Quominus and the Statute of Westminster, both tried to extend their jurisdiction into the realm of common pleas. As a result, the courts jockeyed for power. In 1828 Henry Brougham, a Member of Parliament, complained in Parliament that as long as there were three courts unevenness was inevitable, saying that "It is not in the power of the courts, even if all were monopolies and other restrictions done away, to distribute business equally, as long as suitors are left free to choose their own tribunal", and that there would always be a favourite court, which would therefore attract the best lawyers and judges and entrench its position. [2] The outcome was the Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1873, under which all the central courts were made part of a single Supreme Court of Judicature. Eventually the government created a High Court of Justice under Lord Coleridge by an Order in Council of 16 December 1880. At this point, the Common Pleas formally ceased to exist. [3]

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The number of Justices at any one time varied; between 1377 and 1420 there were generally four, switching to five from 1420 to 1471. From 1471 onwards, the number was fixed at 3. This changed in the 19th century; provisions were made for the appointment of a Fourth Justice and Fifth Justice in 1830 and 1868 respectively. [4] From the start of the 14th century, Justices were appointed via letters patent made under the Great Seal, and held their appointments "under the pleasure of the King". [5] Justices received the same remuneration as judges of the Exchequer of Pleas and Court of King's Bench; £1,000 in 1660, increased to £2,000 in 1759 and £4,000 in 1809. From 1799, pensions were also awarded to retiring Justices. [6]

List of Justices

NameBorn/DiedActive serviceReason for terminationNotes
Simon of Pattishall d. c. 12171190 – 1206Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [7]
Thomas of Moulton d. 12401224 – 1229Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [8]
Robert of Lexinton d. 12501227 – 1236Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [9]
William de Raley d. 12501229 – 1233Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [10]
Robert of Nottingham d. 12451245Died in office [11]
Henry of Bath d. 12601238 – 1241Went on a trip to Ireland and was made Chief Justice of the Common Pleas when he returned [12]
Roger of Thirkleby d. 12601242 – 1249Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [13]
Gilbert of Preston c. 1209 – 12741240–1260Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
Roger of Seaton c. 1230 – c. 12801270 – 1274Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [6] [14]
Stephen Heym d. 12751271 – 1274Died between sessions [6]
Robert Fulks 10 April 1271 – 1274 [6]
Ralph de Hengham c. 1235 – 18 May 13111273 – 1274Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [6] [15]
William Weyland d. 25 March 12741273 – 1274Died [16]
John Cobham 1273 – 1276Became a Baron of the Exchequer [16]
Richard de Stanes d. 12771274 – 1276Became Chancellor of the Exchequer [16]
Thomas Weyland c. 1230 – January 12981274 – 1278Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [16] [17]
John de Lovetot d. 12941275 – 1289Disgraced after failing to prevent Thomas Weyland from altering court documents [16] [18]
Ralph de Farningham 1275 – 1278 [16]
Roger de Leicester 1276 – 1289Removed for "extortion and other judicial crimes" [16] [19]
Walter de Helyun 1278 – 1281 [16]
William de Brompton 1278 – 1289Removed and imprisoned in the Tower of London for "corruption in his office". [16] [20]
Elias Beckingham d. 130714 October 1285 – 1307Died [16]
Robert Hertford 15 January 1290 – 1294 [16]
William Gisleham d. January 129315 January 1290 – January 1293Died [16]
Robert Thorp d. 129115 January 1290 – 1291Died [16] [21]
William Bereford 7 February 1292 – 1309Becomes Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [22]
Peter Mallore d. 131128 August 1292 – 1308 [22]
William Howard d. 13088 October 1297 – 24 August 1308Died [22]
Lambert de Trickingham 1300 – 1316Became a justice of the King's Bench [22]
Henry de Guldeford 22 November 1305 – 1306 [22]
Hervey de Stanton c. 1260 – November 132720 April 1306 – 28 September 1314Became a Baron of the Exchequer [22] [23]
Henry le Stanton 20 November 1308 – 15 June 1317
5 February 1327 – 28 October 1329
Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench
Again appointed Chief Justice of the King's Bench
[22]
John de Benstede d. 13236 October 1309 – 16 October 1320Retired [22] [24]
William de Bourne 6 October 1309 – ? [25]
William Inge c. 1260 – May 132223 January 1313 – 1316Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [25] [26]
John Bacon c. 1250 – c. 132329 February 1313 – 16 October 1320 [25] [27]
Gilbert de Rothbury c. 1260 – 132110 March 1316 – 1321Died [25] [28]
John Mutford c. 1258 – 132920 April 1316 – 1329Died [25] [29]
John Doncaster d. 13315 June 1319 – 15 October 1320 [25]
William Herle c. 1270 – 13476 August 1320 – 29 January 1327Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [25] [30]
John Stonor c. 1281 – August 13546 August 1320 – 22 February 1329
1 April 1331 – 7 July 1335
Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer
Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
[25] [31] [32]
John de Bourchier 31 May 1321 – 1329 [25]
Walter Friskeney 9 July 1323 – 3 May 1324
31 January 1327 – 6 March 1327
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
[33]
Geoffrey le Scrope d. 2 December 134027 September 1323 – 21 March 1324Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [33] [34]
Henry le Scrope c. 1268 – 7 September 13365 February 1327 – 28 October 1329Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [33] [35]
Richard Willoughby c. 1290 – 14 March 13626 March 1328 – 22 December 1330
9 October 1340 – November 1341
20 November 1343 – 1357
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
Arrested for corruption
Retired
[33] [36]
John Travers 2 March 1329 – April 1331Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [33]
Thomas Bacon d. 133630 December 1329 – 28 January 1332Became a Justice of the King's Bench [33]
Robert de Malberthorp d. 133218 January 1331 – October 1331Retired [33]
John Cambridge d. 133518 January 1331 – October 1334Retired [33]
John Inge 18 January 1331 – October 1340 [31]
John Shardelow d. 5 March 134429 January 1332 – October 1340
16 May 1342 – 5 March 1344

Died
[31]
Richard de Aldeburgh 29 January 1332 – October 1340
16 May 1342 – 5 March 1344

Died
[31]
William de Shareshull 1289/90 — 137030 May 1333 – 20 March 1334
14 May 1334 – 1340
1346 – 1350
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
Removed by Edward III
Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench
[31] [37]
John de Trevanion 24 September 1334 – 1334Died [31]
William Basset 1337 – 28 October 1341Died [31]
Roger Hillary d. 135618 March 1337 – 8 January 1341
4 June 1432 – 20 February 1354
Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland
Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
[31] [38]
William Scott d.1352/618 March 1337 – 2 May 1339Became a Justice of the King's Bench [39] [40]
James Woodstock d. 13414 February 1340 – 3 January 1341Died [39]
Robert Parving 23 May 1340 – 24 June 1340Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [39]
Thomas de Heppecotes 8 January 1341 – 1342 [39]
Richard de Kelleshull 30 May 1341 – 1354Retired [39]
Adam Stonegrave 28 October 1341 – 10 January 1342Became a Justice of the King's Bench [39]
John Stouford d. 135925 May 1345 – June 1357 [39] [41]
Thomas Fencotes 14 January 1348 – 30 March 1354Retired [42]
Henry Green d. 13696 February 1354 – 1361Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [42] [43]
Thomas Seton d. 6 May 13601355 – 6 May 1360Died [42]
Henry Mutlow 4 July 1357 – 1361 [42]
John Mowbray 11 July 1359 – 1373 [42]
William Skipwith c. 1320 – c. 139825 October 1359 – 25 June 1361
8 October 1376 – 1388
Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer
Retired
[44] [45]
John Knyvet d. 138124 June 1361 – 29 October 1365Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [44] [46]
John Delves 3 February 1364 – 1365 [44]
William Fyncheden d. 137429 October 1365 – 14 April 1371Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [44] [47]
William Witchingham 29 October 1365 – 1377 [44]
Roger de Kirton d. 7 December 138327 November 1371 – 1380 [44] [48]
John Cavendish 27 November 1371 – 15 July 1372Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [44]
Roger Fulthorpe 27 November 1371 – 1388 [44]
Henry Percy 26 November 1377 – 1380 [44]
Henry Asty d. 13836 December 1380 – 1383Died [49]
John Burgh 4 November 1383 – 1388 [49]
John Holt d. 14184 November 1383 – 1388 [49]
William Thirning 11 April 1388 – 15 January 1396Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [49]
William Rickhill d. 140720 May 1389 – 1407Died [49]
John Wadham d. 27 July 141220 May 1389 – 10 May 1398Retired [49] [50]
Richard Sydenham 20 May 1389 – 1396 [49]
John Markham d. 31 December 14097 July 1396 – 1408Died [49]
William Hankeford c. 1350 – 12 December 14236 May 1398 – 29 March 1413Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [49] [51]
William Brenchley d. 20 May 14066 May 1398 – 20 May 1406Died [49]
John Cokayn d. 142914 May 1405 – 1429Died [52]
John Colepeper d. 30 August 141417 June 1406 – 30 August 1414Died [52]
Robert Hill d. 142514 May 1408 – 1423 [49]
Richard Norton d. 20 December 14202 May 1413 – 26 June 1413Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [49] [53]
William Lodington d. 9 January 142016 June 1415 – 9 January 1420Died [52]
John Preston d. 29 September 143416 June 1415 – 28 January 1428Retired [52] [54]
William Babington c. 1370 – 13 October 145430 June 1420 – 5 May 1423Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [52] [55]
John Martin d. 24 October 143613 October 1420 – 24 October 1436Died [52]
John Juyn d. 24 March 14405 May 1423 – 9 February 1436Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [52] [56]
John Hals 5 May 1423 – 23 January 1424Became a Justice of the King's Bench [52]
James Strangways c. 1410 – August 14806 February 1426 – 16 March 1443Died [57] [58]
John Cottesmore d. 29 October 143915 October 1429 – 20 January 1439Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [57] [59]
William Paston d. 14 August 144415 October 1429 – 14 August 1444Died [57]
Richard Newton d. 13 December 14488 November 1438 – 17 September 1439Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [57] [60]
Thomas Fulthorpe d. 3 May 145729 January 1439 – 3 May 1457Died [57]
William Ayscough d. 30 July 145417 April 1440 – 30 July 1454Died [57]
John Portington d. 2 June 14541 July 1443 – 2 June 1454Died [57]
Nicholas Aysshton d. 12 March 14669 October 1444 – 12 March 1466Died [57]
Peter Arden d. 2 June 14677 June 1448 – 2 June 1467Died [57]
Robert Danvers d. 17 April 146714 August 1450 – 17 April 1467Died [57]
Robert Danby d. 147428 June 1453 – 11 May 1461Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [57]
Walter Moyle c. 1405 – 11 December 14799 July 1454 – 11 December 1479Died [61] [62]
John Needham 9 May 1457 – 17 June 1471Became a Justice of the King's Bench [61]
Richard Choke d. 5 July 14835 September 1461 – 5 July 1483Died [61]
Thomas de Littleton d. 23 August 148127 April 1466 – 23 August 1481Died [61]
Thomas Yonge c. 1405 – 3/4 May 14774 November 1467 – 29 April 1475Became a Justice of the King's Bench [61] [63]
Richard Nele d. 15 June 148617 June 1471 – 15 June 1486Died [61]
John Catesby d. 23 January 148720 November 1481 – 23 January 1487Died [61]
Humphrey Starkey d. 27 August 148627 June 1483 – 27 August 1486Died [61]
Roger Townshend c. 1430 – 9 November 149320 September 1485 – 9 November 1493Died [61] [64]
John Haugh d. 14 March 148910 December 1486 – 14 March 1489Died [61]
William Callow d. 29 July 148731 January 1487 – 29 July 1487Died [65]
William Danvers d. 17 April 15045 February 1488 – 17 April 1504Died [65]
John Vavasour d. 26 November 150617 October 1489 – 16 October 1506Retired [65] [66]
John Fineux 11 February 1494 – 24 November 1495Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [65]
Thomas Wode d. 31 August 150224 November 1495 – 28 October 1500Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [65] [67]
John Fisher d. 1 May 15103 November 1501 – 1 May 1510Died [65]
John Kingsmill d. 11 May 15092 July 1504 – 11 May 1509Died [65]
John Butler d. 15 December 151726 April 1508 – 15 December 1517Died [65]
William Greville d. 9 March 151321 May 1509 – 9 March 1513Died [65]
William Fairfax — 11 May 151426 June 1510 – 11 May 1514Died [65]
Richard Elyot d. 20 May 152226 April 1513 – 20 May 1522Died [65]
Lewis Pollard d. 21 October 152629 May 1514 – 21 October 1526Died [65]
John More c. 1451 – 5 November 153023 January 1518 – 23 April 1520Became a Justice of the King's Bench [68] [69]
Richard Broke d. May 152929 April 1520 – 24 January 1526Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [68] [70]
Anthony Fitzherbert c.1470 – 27 May 153820 May 1522 – 27 May 1538Died [68] [71]
Thomas Englefield d. 28 September 153712 November 1526 – 28 September 1537Died [68]
William Shelley 1478/9 — 4 January 154917 November 1526 – 4 January 1549Died [68] [72]
Thomas Willoughby d. 29 September 15459 October 1537 – 29 September 1545Died [68]
Christopher Jenney d. 20 November 154230 June 1538 – 20 November 1542Died [68]
Humphrey Browne d. 5 December 156220 November 1542 – 5 December 1562Died [68] [73]
John Hynde c.1480 – 17 October 155024 November 1545 – 17 October 1550Died [68]
James Hales c.1500 – 4 August 155420 May 1549 – 4 August 1554Died [68] [74]
Edmund Molyneux d. 28 August 155222 October 1550 – 28 August 1552Died [68]
William Coke d. 24 August 155316 November 1552 – 24 August 1553Died [68]
Edward Saunders 4 April 1506 – 12 November 15764 October 1553 – 8 May 1557Became Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench [75] [76]
William Stanford 20 August 1509 – 28 August 15581554 – 28 August 1558Died [75] [77]
James Dyer 1510 – 24 March 15828 May 1557 – 22 January 1559Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [75] [78]
Robert Catlyn c.1510 – 16 September 157427 October 1558 – 22 January 1559Became Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench [75] [79]
Anthony Browne 1509/10 — 5 May 156722 January 1559 – 5 May 1567Died [75] [80]
Richard Weston d. 6 July 157216 October 1559 – 6 July 1572Died [75]
John Walsh , of Cathanger, Fivehead, Somerset [81] d. 12 February 157210 February 1563 – 12 February 1572Died [75]
Richard Harpur d. 29 January 157716 May 1567 – 29 January 1577Died [75]
Roger Manwood 1524/5 — 14 December 159214 October 1572 – 17 November 1578Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [75] [82]
Robert Monson c. 1525 – 24 September 158331 October 1572 – 25 March 1580Retired [75] [83]
Thomas Mead d. 26 May 15851 December 1577 – 26 May 1585Died [75]
Francis Wyndham d. 18 June 159221 June 1579 – 18 June 1592Died [75]
William Peryam 1534 – 9 October 160413 February 1581 – 7 February 1593Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [84] [85]
Francis Rodes 1524/5 — 17 January 158919 June 1585 – 17 January 1589Died [84] [86]
Thomas Walmsley d. 26 November 161210 May 1589 – 26 November 1612Died [84]
Francis Beaumont d. 22 April 159825 January 1593 – 22 April 1598Died [84]
Thomas Owen d. 21 December 159821 January 1594 – 21 December 1598Died [84]
John Glanville 1542 – 27 July 160030 June 1598 – 27 July 1600Died [84] [87]
George Kingsmill d. 20 March 16068 February 1599 – 29 September 1605Retired [84]
Peter Warburton c. 1540 – 7 September 162124 November 1600 – 7 September 1621Retired [84] [88]
William Daniel d. 19 May 16103 February 1604 – 19 May 1610Died [84]
Thomas Coventry 1547 – 12 December 160613 January 1606 – 12 December 1606Died [84] [89]
Thomas Foster 10 August 1548 – 18 May 161224 November 1607 – 18 May 1612Died [84] [90]
Humphrey Winch 1554/5 — 4 February 16257 November 1611 – 4 February 1625Died [84] [91]
Augustine Nicolls April 1559 – 3 August 161626 November 1612 – 3 August 1616Died [92] [93]
Richard Hutton d. 26 February 16393 May 1617 – 26 February 1639Died [92]
William Jones 1566 – 6 December 164025 September 1621 – 17 October 1624Became a Justice of the King's Bench [92] [94]
Francis Harvey c. 1568 – 2 August 163218 October 1624 – 2 August 1632Died [92] [95]
Thomas Chamberlayne d. 27 September 162520 October 1624 – 27 September 1625Died [92]
George Croke c. 1560 – 16 February 164211 February 1625 – 9 October 1628Became a Justice of the King's Bench [92] [96]
Henry Yelverton 29 June 1566 – 24 January 163010 May 1625 – 24 January 1630Died [92] [97]
Humphrey Davenport c. 1566 – March 16452 February 1630 – 10 January 1631Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [92] [98]
George Vernon c. 1578 – 16 December 16398 May 1631 – 16 December 1639Died [92]
Francis Crawley 1574/5 — 13 February 165011 October 1632 – 24 November 1645Appointed by the king, Crawley was disabled by Parliament [92] [99]
Edmund Reeve c. 1589 – 27 March 164724 March 1639 – 27 March 1647Died [92] [100]
Robert Foster 1589 – 27 March 164727 January 1640 – 24 November 1645
31 May 1660 – 21 October 1660
Appointed by the king, Foster was disabled by Parliament
Following the English Restoration, Foster was restored to the court before becoming Chief Justice of the King's Bench
[101] [102]
Peter Phesant 1584 – 1 October 16497 October 1645 – 1 October 1649Died [101] [103]
John Godbolt d. 3 August 16481 May 1647 – 3 August 1648Died [101]
Richard Cresheld d. 165218 October 1648 – 8 February 1649Retired [101]
Thomas Bedingfield 1591/2 — 24 March 166122 November 1648 – 8 February 1649Retired [101] [104]
John Puleston c. 1583 – 5 September 165912 June 1649 – 1654Retired [101] [105]
Peter Warburton 27 March 1588 – 28 February 166612 June 1649 – 1654Retired [101] [106]
Edward Atkyns 1587 – 9 October 166923 October 1649 – January 1660Retired [101] [107]
Matthew Hale 1 November 1609 – 25 December 167631 January 1653 – May 1659Retired [101] [108]
Hugh Wyndham 1602/3 — 27 July 168430 May 1654 – May 1661
22 January 1673 – 27 July 1684
Not reappointed
Died
[109] [110]
John Archer 1598 – 8 February 168211 February 1659 – May 1661
4 November 1663 – 8 February 1682
Not reappointed
Died
[109] [111]
Robert Hyde 1595/6 — 1 May 166531 May 1660 – 19 October 1663Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [109] [112]
Thomas Tyrrell 1593/4 — 8 March 16727 July 1660 – 8 March 1672Died [109] [113]
Samuel Browne c. 1598 – 11 April 16683 November 1660 – 11 April 1668Died [109] [114]
William Wilde c. 1611 – 11 April 166816 April 1668 – 21 January 1673Became a Justice of the King's Bench [109] [115]
Robert Atkyns d. 18 February 171025 April 1672 – 17 April 1689Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [109] [116]
William Ellis July 1609 – 3 December 168018 December 1672 – 4 July 1676
30 April 1679 – 3 December 1680
Removed
Died
[117] [118]
William Scroggs c. 1623 – 24 January 169523 October 1676 – 31 May 1678Became Chief Justice of the King's Bench [117] [119]
Vere Bertie c. 1638 – 23 February 168115 June 1678 – 29 April 1679Removed [117] [120]
Thomas Raymond 1626/7 — 14 July 16837 February 1680 – 24 April 1680Became a Justice of the King's Bench [117] [121]
Job Charlton c. 1614 – 27 May 169726 April 1680 – 20 April 1686Removed [117] [122]
Creswell Levinz 1627 – 29 January 170112 February 1681 – 9 February 1686Removed [117] [123]
Thomas Street d. 8 March 169629 October 1684 – 1689Not reappointed on the accession of William III and Mary II [117]
Henry Bedingfield 1632 – 6 February 168710 February 1686 – 21 April 1686Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [117] [124]
Edward Lutwyche 6 September 1634 – 11 June 170921 April 1686 – 1689Not reappointed on the accession of William III and Mary II [117] [125]
John Powell 1632/3 — 7 September 169624 April 1686 – 13 April 1687
18 March 1689 – 7 September 1696
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
Died
[126] [127]
Christopher Milton 1615 – March 169314 April 1687 – 6 July 1688Removed [126] [128]
Thomas Jenner 1638 – 31 December 17066 July 1688 – 1689Not reappointed on the accession of William III and Mary II [126] [129]
William Gregory 1 March 1625 – 28 May 169618 April 1689 – 8 May 1689Became a Justice of the King's Bench [126] [130]
Thomas Rokeby c. 1631 – 26 November 16998 May 1689 – 25 October 1695Became a Justice of the King's Bench [126] [131]
Peyton Ventris November 1645 – 6 April 16919 May 1689 – 6 April 1691Died [126] [132]
Edward Neville d. 7 August 170530 October 1691 – 7 August 1705Died [126]
John Powell 26 May 1645 – 14 June 171326 October 1695 – 23 June 1702Became a Justice of the King's Bench [126] [133]
John Blencowe 30 November 1642 – 8 May 172624 November 1697 – 22 June 1722Retired [126] [134]
Robert Tracy 1655 – 11 September 173523 June 1702 – 26 October 1726Retired [126] [135]
Robert Dormer d. 18 September 172611 February 1706 – 18 September 1726Died [136]
Alexander Denton d. 22 March 174025 June 1722 – 22 March 1740Died [136]
Robert Price 14 January 1655 – 2 February 173320 October 1726 – 2 February 1733Died [136] [137]
Francis Page 1660/1 — 19 December 17414 November 1726 – 27 September 1727Became a Justice of the King's Bench [136] [138]
Spencer Cowper 23 February 1670 – 10 December 172824 October 1727 – 10 December 1728Died [136] [139]
John Fortescue Aland 7 March 1670 – 19 December 174623 January 1729 – 25 June 1746Resigned [136] [140]
Thomas Reeve 1672/3 — 19 January 173715 April 1733 – 26 January 1736Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [136] [141]
John Comyns c. 1667 – 13 November 17405 February 1736 – 7 July 1738Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [136] [142]
William Fortescue d. 16 December 17497 July 1738 – 5 November 1741Became Master of the Rolls [136] [143]
Thomas Parker d. 29 December 178421 April 1740 – 29 November 1742Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [136] [144]
Thomas Burnet 19 February 1694 – 7 January 17535 November 1741 – 7 January 1753Died [136] [145]
Thomas Abney 1690/1 — 7 January 175310 February 1743 – 19 May 1750Died [136] [146]
Thomas Birch d. 12 March 175724 June 1746 – 12 March 1757Died [147]
Nathaniel Gundry d. 30 March 175423 June 1750 – 30 March 1754Died [147]
Edward Clive 1704 – 18 April 177129 January 1753 – 13 February 1770Retired [147] [148]
Henry Bathurst 20 May 1714 – 6 August 17942 May 1754 – 23 January 1771Became Lord Chancellor [147] [149]
William Noel 19 March 1695 – 8 December 17623 May 1757 – 8 December 1762Died [147] [150]
Henry Gould 1710 – 5 March 179415 December 1762 – 5 March 1794Died [147] [151]
Joseph Yates 1722 – 7 June 177016 February 1770 – 7 June 1770Died [147] [152]
William Blackstone 10 July 1723 – 14 February 178025 June 1770 – 14 February 1780Died [147] [153]
George Nares 1716 – 20 July 178626 January 1771 – 20 July 1786Died [147] [154]
John Heath 1736 – 16 January 18167 July 1780 – 16 January 1816Died [147] [155]
John Wilson 6 August 1741 – 18 October 17936 November 1786 – 18 October 1793Died [147] [156]
Giles Rooke 3 June 1743 – 7 March 18087 November 1793 – 7 March 1808Died [147] [157]
Soulden Lawrence 1751 – 8 July 18147 March 1794 – 18 June 1794
31 March 1808 – 28 May 1812
Became a Justice of the King's Bench
Retired
[158] [159]
Francis Buller 17 March 1746 – 4 June 180018 June 1794 – 4 June 1800Died [158] [160]
Alan Chambre 4 October 1739 – 20 September 182311 June 1800 – 11 January 1816Retired [158] [161]
Vicary Gibbs 27 October 1751 – 8 February 182029 May 1812 – 6 November 1813Became Chief Baron of the Exchequer [158] [162]
Robert Dallas 16 October 1756 – 25 December 182418 November 1813 – 4 November 1818Became Chief Justice of the Common Pleas [158] [163]
James Alan Park 6 April 1763 – 8 December 183823 January 1816 – 8 December 1838Died [158] [164]
Charles Abbott 7 October 1762 – 4 November 183212 February 1816 – 2 May 1816Became a Justice of the King's Bench [158] [165]
James Burrough August 1749 – 25 March 18374 May 1816 – 16 January 1830Retired [158] [166]
John Richardson 3 March 1771 – 19 March 184130 November 1818 – 18 June 1824Retired [158] [167]
Stephen Gaselee d. 26 March 18395 July 1824 – 22 February 1837Retired [168]
John Bosanquet 2 May 1773 – 25 September 18471 February 1830 – 16 January 1830Retired [168] [169]
Edward Hall Alderson d. 27 January 18571 November 1830 – 29 April 1834Became a Baron of the Exchequer [168] [170]
John Vaughan 11 February 1769 – 25 September 183929 April 1834 – 25 September 1839Died [168] [171]
Thomas Coltman d. 11 July 184923 February 1837 – 11 July 1849Died [168]
Thomas Erskine 12 March 1788 – 9 November 18649 January 1839 – 4 November 1844Retired [168] [172]
William Henry Maule 25 April 1788 – 16 January 185811 November 1839 – 3 July 1855Retired [168] [173]
Cresswell Cresswell 20 August 1793 – 29 July 186326 January 1842 – 11 January 1858Became a judge of the newly—created Court for Divorce and Matrimonial Causes [168] [174]
William Erle 1 October 1793 – 28 January 18806 November 1844 – 27 October 1846Became a justice of the Queen's Bench [168] [175]
Edward Vaughan Williams 1797 – 2 November 187527 October 1846 – 7 February 1865Retired [168] [176]
Thomas Noon Talfourd 26 May 1795 – 13 March 185428 July 1849 – 13 March 1854Died [168] [177]
Richard Crowder 17 May 1796 — 5 December 185924 March 1854 – 5 December 1859Died [178] [179]
James Shaw Willes 13 February 1814 – 2 October 18723 July 1855 – 2 October 1872Died [178] [180]
John Barnard Byles 11 January 1801 – 3 February 18849 January 1858 – 23 January 1873Retired [178] [181]
Henry Singer Keating 13 January 1804 – 1 October 188814 December 1859 – 5 February 1875Retired [178] [182]
Montague Edward Smith 25 December 1806 – 3 May 18917 February 1865 – 3 November 1871Became a member of the Privy Council [178] [183]
William Brett 13 August 1815 – 5 December 185924 August 1868 – 1 November 1875Became a judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) [178] [184]
Robert Collier 21 June 1817 – 27 October 18867 November 1871 – 22 November 1871Became a member of the Privy Council [178] [185]
William Robert Grove 11 July 1811 – 1 August 189630 November 1871 – 1 November 1875Became a judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) [178] [186]
George Denman 23 December 1819 – 21 December 189617 October 1872 – 1 November 1875Became a judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) [178] [187]
George Honyman 22 January 1819 – 16 September 187523 January 1873 – 18 February 1875Retired [178] [188]
Thomas Dickson Archibald 1817 – 18 October 1876 [189] 6 February 1875 – 1 November 1875Became a judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) [178]
John Walter Huddleston 8 September 1815 – 5 December 189022 February 1875 – 12 May 1875Became a Baron of the Exchequer [190] [191]
Nathaniel Lindley 29 November 1828 – 9 December 192112 May 1875 – 1 November 1875Became a judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) [190] [192]

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