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Darwin Correspondence Project

Thomas Allen

1813–92

Barrister. BA, Oxford (Balliol), 1835; entered Lincoln’s Inn, 1838; moved to the Inner Temple and was called to the bar, 1841. A second cousin of Emma Darwin.

Sources

Alum. Oxon.

England & Wales, national probate calendar (index of wills and administrations), 1858–1966 (Ancestry.com, accessed 20 November 2014)

Healey 2001 (Allen family tree)

Basil H. J. Hughes, Pembrokeshire gazetteer, www.cenquest.co.uk/basil.htm, s.v. Carew (accessed 20 November 2014)

Men-at-the-bar

Bibliography

Alum. Oxon.: Alumni Oxonienses: the members of the University of Oxford, 1500–1886: … with a record of their degrees. Being the matriculation register of the university. Alphabetically arranged, revised, and annotated by Joseph Foster. 8 vols. London and Oxford: Parker & Co. 1887–91.

Healey, Edna. 2001. Emma Darwin: the inspirational wife of a genius. London: Headline Book Publishing.

Men-at-the-bar: Men-at-the-bar: a biographical hand-list of the members of the various inns of court, including Her Majesty’s judges, etc. By Joseph Foster. London: Reeves & Turner. 1885.

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