Cameron, John Campbell

Submitted by edpope on Fri, 16/10/2015 - 13:26

HCR diary 24.4.1823 after Montagu Kelly, Mrs Aders' first husband, came "in a drunken fit and demanded his daughter" to the Aders' house, Charles Aders "had spoken to a Mr Cameron, an attorney his friend, but he wished me to attend also". "Mr A:'s servant has since told me that Mr Cameron whispered to" (the sitting magistrate) "that it was a family matter". Kelly was fined five shillings for getting drunk, and dismissed. "Mr Cameron injudiciously desired" (Kelly) "to speak to an attorney, when he proposed speaking to C: himself"

Probably John Campbell Cameron (1787-1855) who married in 1814 Emily Rebecca Dowbiggin and secondly on 16.12.1819 at West Meon, Hants, Jane Shipley. His clerk and then partner was John Gillam Booty. His office was at 2, Verulam Buildings, Grays Inn. His will PCC 1855