- First name(s)
- Position(s) held at King's College London
- Professor of Indian Jurisprudence, 1879-99
Education & professional details
- School, college and/or university attended
Rugby (1841-44); Exeter College, Oxford (1844) and Lady Mary Hall, Oxford (to 1849); Lincoln’s Inn (Barrister 1857)
- Position(s) held (non King's College London)
- Assistant Solicitor to HM Customs, May 1868-April 1878
- Member of the Joint Board of Examiners for the Inns of Court, 1877-81
- Contributed to the Athenaeum (1863- October 1898);
- Reports, Reporting and Reporters (1863);
- A Chart of Family Inheritance according to orthodox Mohammedan Law (1860);
- 3rd edition entitled Mohammedan Law of Inheritance and Rights and Relations affecting it (1880);
- County Courts Jurisdiction before and after January 1 1868 (1867);
- A Chart of Hindu family Inheritance, with an explanatory treatise (1868);
- Handbook for Employers and Employees (1892);
- and 3 other books [sic]
- Date of birth
- 31 December 1825
- Place of birth
- Date of death
- 8 April 1899
- Place of death
Law Journal, 15 April 1899 p. 228; The Times, 11 April 1899 p.6.
- Family details
Second son of Lacy Henry Rumsey and Elizabeth Churchill Spencer; married 11 January 1872 Caroline Montagu Pittar and had a son, Charles, Almaric Rumsey, also a barrister.
Almaric Rumsey never visited India but was a mathematician, interested in the legal detail of Indian family history.
- Rugby School Register (p.226);
- Alumni Oxonienses;
- J Foster, Men at the bar (1885);
- F. Boase, Modern English Biography (Supplement, 1921);
- Paul Mitchell, Law and India at KCL, KC Journal, 17 (2006), pp.41-3.