Note on Lord Chief Justice, Sir Alexander Cockburn.
A curious piece of information, not completely verified, came out of my research on Andrew Bogle. It seems possible that Sir Alexander Cockburn, the Lord Chief Justice, who was so considerate of 'Old Bogle', may have been born in Jamaica.
There were certainly Cockburns in Jamaica in the 18th century, and Sir Alexander's father, also Alexander, was 'British envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the state of Columbia'; his mother, Yolande, was the daughter of the vicomte de Vignier, a refugee from the Haitian Revolution. I need to check two other authoritative sources to see if they mention Cockburn's place of birth, but I would welcome any clarification of this point.