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Picciotto, Cyril Moseslocked

Born London, 1888; o s of James and Mary Picciotto; m 1915, Elaine Elizabeth, e d of late David Solomon; two s; died 9 Feb. 1940

KC 1938

Education

St Paul’s; Trinity College, Cambridge (Scholar). Members’ Prize for Latin Essay, 1909; First Class, Classical Tripos, 1910; First Class, Law Tripos, 1911; Whewell Scholar, 1912

Career

Called to Bar, Inner Temple, 1913; North Eastern Circuit; Military Department, India Office, 1915–19; Referee, under Widows’ Orphans’ and Old Age Contributory Pensions Acts, 1930–32; Member of Council of Jewish Historical Society of England

Publications

Via Mystica (Essays), 1912; The Relation of International Law to the Law of England and the United States, 1914; St Paul’s School, 1939; The Legal Position of the Jews in England as shown in the Plea Rolls of the Jewish Exchequer (in Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England)

Club

Savile

Addresses

52, 59 Weymouth Street, W1

1 Temple Gardens, EC4

Welbeck 4687, Central 4803