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Judges

There are forty-nine Judges called Stephen.

  • Stephen Breyer

    Stephen Breyer is a Judge... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Breyer)

  • James Fitzjames Stephen

    James Fitzjames Stephen is a Judge... ( from the wikipedia article on James Fitzjames Stephen)

  • Stephen Gardiner

    Stephen Gardiner (c. 1497 – 12 November 1555) was an English Roman Catholic bishop and politician during the English Reformation period who served as Lord Chancellor during the reign of Queen Mary I of England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Gardiner)

  • Ninian Stephen

    Ninian Stephen is a Judge... (extract from the wikipedia article on Ninian Stephen)

  • Stephen Johnson Field

    Stephen Johnson Field is a Judge... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Johnson Field)

  • Stephen Hosmer

    Stephen Titus Hosmer (1763 – August 5, 1834) was an American lawyer and jurist who was the Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court in Connecticut from 1815 to 1833. He was born in Middletown, Connecticut and lived there all his life.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Hosmer)

  • Stephen Mix Mitchell

    Stephen Mix Mitchell is a Judge... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Mix Mitchell)

  • Stephen S. Harding

    Stephen Selwyn Harding (February 28, 1808 – February 12, 1891) was the Governor of the Utah Territory for the Liberal Party in 1862 and 1863 and was chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court from 1863 to 1865. Harding was an ardent abolitionist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen S. Harding)

  • Stephen Tumim

    Sir Stephen Tumim (30 August 1930 – 8 December 2003) was an English judge, and was Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons from 1987 to 1995.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Tumim)

  • Stephen Wright Kellogg

    Stephen Wright Kellogg (b. Shelburne, Massachusetts, April 5, 1822 – d.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Wright Kellogg)

  • George Stephen Benjamin Jarvis

    George Stephen Benjamin Jarvis (April 21, 1797 – April 15, 1878) was a judge and political figure in Upper Canada.... (extract from the wikipedia article on George Stephen Benjamin Jarvis)

  • Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr.

    Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr. is a Judge... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr.)

  • Stephen Adams

    Stephen Adams (October 17, 1807 – May 1, 1857) was a United States Representative and Senator from Mississippi.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Adams)

  • Stephen M. Schwebel

    Stephen M. Schwebel is a Judge... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen M. Schwebel)

  • Alfred Stephen

    Alfred Stephen is a Judge... (extract from the wikipedia article on Alfred Stephen)

  • Stephen Bullock

    Stephen Bullock (October 10, 1735 – February 2, 1816) was a United States Representative from Massachusetts. Born in Rehoboth, he attended the common schools, taught school, and was a captain of the Sixth Company in Col.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Bullock)

  • Stephen Fowler Wilson

    Stephen Fowler Wilson (September 4, 1821 – March 30, 1897) was a Republican member of the U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Fowler Wilson)

  • Stephen P. Lamb

    Stephen P. Lamb was a judge in the U.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen P. Lamb)

  • Stephen Richards (judge)

    Sir Stephen Price Richards (born 8 December 1950) is a Lord Justice of Appeal.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Richards (judge))

  • Stephen Barlow (Pennsylvania)

    Stephen Barlow (June 13, 1779 – August 24, 1845) was a Jacksonian member of the U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Barlow (Pennsylvania))

  • Stephen W. Perkins

    Stephen W. Perkins (1809—after 1869) was an American political figure in the Republic of Texas and early statehood Texas who, in 1846–47, served as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives during the First Texas Legislature.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen W. Perkins)

  • Peter Stephen Du Ponceau

    Peter Stephen Du Ponceau or DuPonceau, born Pierre-Étienne Du Ponceau, (June 3, 1760, Saint-Martin-de-Ré, France - April 1, 1844, Philadelphia) was a French linguist, philosopher, and jurist. He spent the majority of his life in the United States.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Peter Stephen Du Ponceau)

  • Stephen Brown (judge)

    Sir Stephen Brown, GBE is a judge. He was a Lord Justice of Appeal and a President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Brown (judge))

  • Stephen de Segrave

    Stephen de Segrave (or Stephen Sedgrave or Stephen Segrave) (c.1171-9 November 1241) was a medieval Chief Justiciar of England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen de Segrave)

  • Stephen Henry Parker

    Stephen Henry Parker is a Judge... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Henry Parker)

  • Stephen C. O'Connell

    Stephen C. O'Connell is a Judge... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen C. O'Connell)

  • Stephen H. Grimes

    Stephen H. "Steve" Grimes (born November 17, 1927) is an American lawyer and jurist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen H. Grimes)

  • Stephen Gaselee (judge)

    Sir Stephen Gaselee (1762–1839) was a British judge, justice of the Court of Common Pleas.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Gaselee (judge))

  • Stephen S. Trott

    Stephen S. Trott is a Judge... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen S. Trott)

  • Stephen Murphy III

    Stephen Joseph Murphy III (born in St. Louis, Missouri, September 23, 1962) is a federal judge on the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, and a former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan from 2005-2008.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Murphy III)

  • Stephen Orlofsky

    Stephen Murray Orlofsky (born June 24, 1944) is an American lawyer, former U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Orlofsky)

  • Stephen Lushington (judge)

    Stephen Lushington (14 January 1782-19 January 1873) was a Doctor of Civil Law, a judge, a Member of Parliament and a radical for the abolition of slavery and capital punishment.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Lushington (judge))

  • Stephen of Thornham

    Stephen of Thornham (d. 6 March 1214) was a British justice and administrator.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen of Thornham)

  • Stephen Barrett (Irish politician)

    Stephen Declan Barrett (26 December 1913 – 8 September 1976) was an Irish Fine Gael politician, barrister and judge. He was first elected to Dáil Éireann as a Fine Gael Teachta Dála (TD) for the Cork Borough constituency at the 1954 by-election caused by the death of Thomas F.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen Barrett (Irish politician))

  • Stephen Skinner (politician)

    Stephen Skinner (1725 – October 27, 1808) was a judge and political figure in New Jersey and Nova Scotia. He represented Shelburne County in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly from 1793 to 1799.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Skinner (politician))

  • Stephen Hale Anderson

    Stephen Hale Anderson (born 1932) is a United States federal judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Hale Anderson)

  • Stephen W. Brennan

    Stephen W. Brennan (March 20, 1893 – April 9, 1968) was a United States federal judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen W. Brennan)

  • Stephen Sanders Chandler Jr.

    Stephen Sanders Chandler Jr. (September 13, 1899 – April 27, 1989) was a United States federal judge.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen Sanders Chandler Jr.)

  • Stephen P. Friot

    Stephen P. Friot (born 1947) is a United States federal judge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen P. Friot)

  • Alan Stephen Gold

    Alan Stephen Gold (born 1944) is an American lawyer and a United States federal judge. He currently serves on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.... ( from the wikipedia article on Alan Stephen Gold)

  • Michael Stephen Kanne

    Michael Stephen Kanne (born 1938) is a United States federal judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Michael Stephen Kanne)

  • Arthur Stephen Lane

    Arthur Stephen Lane (December 26, 1910 – October 23, 1997) was a United States federal judge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Arthur Stephen Lane)

  • Stephen G. Larson

    Stephen G. Larson (born 1964) is a former United States federal judge.... ( from the wikipedia article on Stephen G. Larson)

  • Stephen M. McNamee

    Stephen M. McNamee (born 1942) is a United States federal judge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen M. McNamee)

  • Stephen M. Reasoner

    Stephen M. Reasoner (May 7, 1944 – August 14, 2004) was a United States federal judge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen M. Reasoner)

  • Stephen C. Robinson

    Stephen C. Robinson (born 1957) is a United States federal judge.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Stephen C. Robinson)

  • Stephen John Roth

    Stephen John Roth (born April 21, 1908 in Sajószöged, Hungary, died July 11, 1974) was a United States federal judge.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stephen John Roth)

  • Stephen Victor Wilson

    Stephen Victor Wilson (born 1941) is a United States federal judge.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stephen Victor Wilson)

  • Martin Stephen Egonda-Ntende

    Martin Stephen Egonda-Ntende is a Ugandan judge. He is the Chief Justice of the Republic of Seychelles.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Martin Stephen Egonda-Ntende)

Stephen

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Crowned one and The first Christian martyr

Origin: Greek

Lucky Number: Eight

Popularity: Position 19 in 1951, currently decreasing

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