Men-at-the-Bar/Fyffe, Charles Alan

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Men-at-the-Bar by Joseph Foster
Fyffe, Charles Alan

Fyffe, Charles Alan, M,A. (fellow), Univ. Coll., Oxon, 1871, author of History of Modern Europe, a member of the South Wales and Chester circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 10 June, 1873, went to the Inner Temple 26 April, 1876 (then aged 29), where he was called to the bar 10 May, 1876 (only son of Lawrence Hay Fyffe, late of Blackheath, Kent, M.D., dec.); born 3 Dec, 1845; married 7 June, 1883, Henrietta Frances Arnaud, only child of late Waynflete Blagdon, Esq., of Ashington, Surrey.

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