Saturday, 27 October 2018

Pre-Confederation King’s and Queen’s Counsel appointments in Canada

A blog post by Rebecca Murray points to what is surely one of the more obscure of Library and Archives Canada's holdings of family history interest.
Prior to Confederation in 1867 lawyers were appointed King's or Queen's Counsel by Letters Patent. The blog documents a six-step search process leading to a legal document with the name, date and place where the appointment was registered.

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