Men-at-the-Bar/Blachford, Lord (Rt. Hon. Frederic Rogers)

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Blachford, Lord (Rt. Hon. Frederic Rogers)

Blachford, Lord (Rt. Hon. Frederic Rogers), of Wisdome and Blachford, Devon, so created 4 Nov., 1871, P.C, G.C.M.G. 1883, and a baronet, B.C.L. 1838, colonial, land, and emigration commissioner 1847-60, under-secretary of state colonies 1860-71, cathedral commissioner 1880-4, etc., M.A., Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1835, double first class 1832, Craven university scholar and fellow, Oriel fellow, Vinerian scholar and fellow, from Eton, a student of Lincoln's Inn 28 Oct., 1831 (then aged 21), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1837 (eldest son of Sir Frederick Leman Rogers, Bart.); born 31 Jan., 1811; married 29 Sept., 1847, Georgiana Mary, dau. of Andrew Colvile, Esq., of Ochiltree and Craigflower, N.B. (see Foster's Peerage).

Blachford, Ivybridge, Devon.