170. Rt Hon. Lord Richard Orme Wilberforce PC, CMG, OBE3 was born on 11 March 1907 in Jullundur.3 In 1932 he was in Middle Temple; Occupation: called to the bar.3 He served in the military in 1945 in Berlin.3 In 1954 Richard was in appointed QC.3 In 1959 he was in appointed High Court Judge Queen's Bench division.3 Between 1964 and 1982 he was in Law Lord.3 Richard died on 15 February 2003 at the age of 95 in London.3 THE BARON WILBERFORCE, of City and Co of Kingston-upon-Hull (Sir Richard Orme Wilberforce, OBE (1944), CMG (1956), PC (1964)); b 11 March 1907; educ Winchester and New Coll Oxford (Fell All Souls 1932-, Hon Fell New 1965 and Wolfson Colls 1991, Hon DCL 1967, High Steward 1967-90, Visitor Wolfson 1974-90 and Linacre Colls 1983-90); WW II: RA, Hon Brig; U-Sec Control Office Germany and Austria 1946-47; barrister Middle Temple 1932, QC 1954, Bencher 1961, High Court Judge Chancery 1961-64, ktd 1961, Ld Appeal in Ordinary 1964-82; Chm: Exec Cncl Internat Law Assoc 1966-88, Court Inquiry Power Workers' Dispute 1970; memb Permanent Ct Arbitration; Pres: Fédération Internationale du Droit Européen 1978, Appeal Tbnl Lloyd's 1983-87; Chllr Hull U 1978-94; Jt-Pres Anti Slavery Soc, Jt V-Pres RCM and David Davies Meml Inst; Hon LLD: London 1972, Bristol 1983; Hon FRCM; Hon Companion Roy Aeronautical Soc; Hon Memb Scottish Faculty Advocates 1978; author: The Law of Restrictive Trade Practices (1956); m 1947 •Yvette Marie, dau of Roger Lenoan, Judge Cour Cassation, of Paris, and d 15 Feb 2003 -B.L.G
Yvette Marie Lenoan3, daughter of Roger Lenoan and Charlotte Lamour, was born on 20 June 1920 in Rennes.3 She died on 7 January 2010 at the age of 89 in Barnes. Licence de Droit, Faculté de Rennes. Captain in French army 1945, secretariat to the tripartite committee working on denazifying German Law. Her father was the French delegate. There she met Brigadier Richard Wilberforce, the British delegate.
Rt Hon. Lord Richard Orme Wilberforce PC, CMG, OBE and Yvette Marie Lenoan had the following children: