"SIR RALPH NEVILLE (1848-1918), English judge, was born at Esher Sept. 13 1848, the son of Henry Neville, a surgeon. He was educated at Tonbridge school and Emmanuel College, Cam bridge, where he took his degree in 1870. In 1872 he was called to the bar, and established himself in Liverpool, where he built up a large practice. In 1888 he became a Q.C.; and returned to London, where he made a marked success. From 1887 to 1895 he sat as Liberal member for the Exchange division of Liverpool, and in 1906 was raised to the bench and knighted. He died at Ventnor Oct. 13 1918.
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