BlGHAM, JOHN CHARLES, Q.C. (Liverpool, Exchange) (L.U.), of 19, Palace-gate, Kensington, second s. of the late Mr. John Bigham, a merchant, of Liverpool, b. 1840, and educated at the Liverpool Institute and the Gymnasium, Berlin, and subsequently at the Sorbonne, Paris (Bachelier-ès-Lettres). [Sic.] Afterwards began commercial pursuits in Liverpool, but subsequently abandoned them, and, studying for the law, was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple in 1870, joining the Northern Circuit. Was appointed a Q.C. in 1883, and elected a Bencher of his Inn in 1886. M., 1871, Georgina, d. of Mr. John Rogers, for some years a member of the Liverpool Town Council. Unsuccessful candidate (L.) East Toxteth div. 1885, and (L.U.) Exchange Div. 1886 and 1892.