Sir Henry Cotton(1821-1892), Judge
Sitter in 10 portraits
Trained in the law, Cotton was called to the Bar in 1846. He quickly built up a large practice in the Equity Courts, and in 1866 was appointed Queen's Counsel. Cotton was appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal and a Privy Counsellor in 1877. He had a reputation as the strongest of the Appeal Court Judges of his day.
- Mary Ryan (wife)
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