First name(s)
Position(s) held at King's College London
Professor of Indian Jurisprudence, 1899-[1904]

Education & professional details

Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • Magistrate and Deputy Collector at Allahabad, 1866-8
  • Assistant magistrate and Collector of Customs in Northwest India, 1868-76
  • Under-secretary, 1876-1887
  • Deputy Superintendent of the family Domains of the Maharahja of Benares, 1877 
  • District and Sessions Judge, 1887-1894
  • A Note on the Family History of the Maharaja of Benares
  • Divers Ditties, 1895

Personal details

Date of birth
Place of birth
Family details

Second son of John Macmillan of Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, Scotland


Census records for 1901 indicate Macmillan with his wife and daughter lived in Kensington; in 1911 they were lodgers in Earl’s Court — perhaps a sign of poverty

* References

  • India List and Indian Official List p 557
  • Alumni Oxonienses
  • J Foster, Men at the Bar, 1892
  • Paul Mitchell, Law and India at KCL, KC Law Journal, 17, (2006), pp 43-44
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