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Samuel Jackson (16 April 1831 – 29 July 1913) was a solicitor in Auckland, New Zealand. He worked in his profession until shortly before his death and was at the time the oldest practising solicitor in the country, and was regarded as the father of his profession in his city. He joined the solicitor Frederick Merriman and they called their firm Merriman & Jackson. Upon Merriman's death in 1865, he took on a new partner and the firm was renamed Jackson Russell, by which name it is still known today. In his younger years, he was involved in provincial politics.

Samuel Jackson 
New Zealand solicitor
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Date of birth16 April 1831
Date of death29 July 1913
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Samuel Jackson (sl); Samuel Jackson (nl); Samuel Jackson (de); Samuel Jackson (fr); Samuel Jackson (en); صموئيل جاكسون (ar); Samuel Jackson (es); Samuel Jackson (ast) New Zealand solicitor (en); محامي نيوزيلندي (ar); advocaat uit Nieuw-Zeeland (1831-1913) (nl); abogáu neozelandés (1831–1913) (ast)

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