MEREDITH, Sir CHARLES. Chancellor of the Exchequer. 14 Dec. 1674.
MEREDITH, EDMUND ALLEN, 4th s. of Rev.Thomas, Ardtrea, Co. Tyrone, F.T.C.D., and Eliza Graves; b. 17 October 1817; ed. T.C.D. T 1838. L.I., H 1840. T 1843.
MEREDITH, GEORGE, s. of Boyle; under 18; afft. father. M 1856.
MEREDITH, JAMES CREED, 1st s. of Richard Martin, Cork, late Major, 13th P.A. Light Infantry, and Adelaide Creed; aged 21 on 17 Sept. 1863. ed. T.C.D., LL.B. H I860. G.I., T 1860. H 1863.
MEREDITH, JOHN. 3rd s. of Ralph, Dublin, attorney, decd., and Martha Chaytor; over 16; ed. Dublin; afft. mother. H 1801.
MEREDITH, JOHN COOKE, 1st s. of John, Temple Street, Dublin, attorney, and Magdaline Redmond; ed. T.C.D. M 1828,
MEREDITH RICHARD, attorney, E1785.
MEREDITH, RICHARD DUKE. 3rd s. of Richard Duke, Dublin, apothecary, and Ellen Harrison; over 16; ed. Sligo; afft. father, E 1819.
MEREDITH, WILLIAM, 2nd s. of Ralph, Dublin, attorney, decd., and Martha Chaytor; over 16; ed. T.CD.; afft. mother, M 1798. Bond M1804 (attorney Exchequer, E 1805 r).
MEREDITH, WILLIAM HENRY, 1st s. of William Rice, Dublin; under 17; afft. father, E 1866.
MEREDITH, WILLIAM RICE, 2nd s. of John, Dublin, and Magdalen Redmond; over 16; ed, T.C.D.; afft, John Cooke, brother. E 1834.
MEREDYTH, CHARLES, only s. of Charles, Glasnevin, Co, Dublin, cabinet maker, and Rebecca Molineux, decd.; over 16; ed St. Wolstan's, Co. Kildare; afft, Jane, wife of Alexander Laughlin. H 1799. Bond H 1804 (attorney Exchequer H 1804 r).
MEREDYTH, HENRY, attorney Common Pleas, n.d.
MEREDYTH. HENRY, 2nd s. of Sir John, Gardiners Place, Dublin, and Helen English; b. 4 June 1774; ed. T.C.D. M 1792, M.T., M 1795. June 1797.
MEREDYTH, JOHN, only s. of Thomas, Newtown, Meath, M.T, E 1771. H1773.
MEREDYTH (MERIDYTH), JOHN, 1st s, of Charles, 2 Lr, Abbey Street, Dublin, attorney, and Mary Bunn; over 16; cd. T.C.D.; afft. father. H 1828.
MEREDYTH, JOHN BARRY, only s. of Barry Colles, decd., and Bridget Dullard; over 16; ed. Kilkenny; afft mother. H 1829.
MEREDYTH, RALPH, attorney Exchequer, Dec, 1785, from King's Bench, ms.
b. - born; p.t. - privately taught; c. - circa; s. - son; d. - died; ed. - educated; ms - Manuscript volumes; n.d. - not dated;
H - Hilary Term; E - Easter Term; T - Trinity Term; M - Michaelmas Term
G.I. - Gray's Inn
I.T. - Inner Temple
L.I. - Lincoln's Inn
M.T. - Middle Temple
One date is usually the date of admission as a Student. Three dates, if given, are of admission as Student to King's Inns, of admission to an English Inn and of admission to degree of Barrister at King's Inns.
afft. - affidavit by parent, guardian or friend
ap. - apprentice
asst. - assignment of apprentice's indenture to a second master (e.g. on death of first master)
over 16 - aged over 16 years at date of application for admission as apprentice to an attorney
r - entry from Exchequer Roll