Michael Clayton

Partnership Role

Clayton & Cookson
Name partner

Legal (Services: Law)

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Firm Notes

London partnership, associated with the Clayton dynasty in Newcastle-upon-Tyne; the latter was a precursor of Eversheds.

  1. Clayton, Co. & Clayton was one of nine firms of solicitors writing to Lord Glenelg in 1836 to request that the books of the Slave Registry Office in James Street be moved to the Slave Compensation Office in Great George Street.

Firm Sources


  1. T71/1603 Letter to Lord Glenelg received 29/07/1836.