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ADMISSIONS 

TO THE COLLEGE OF 

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ADMISSIONS 

TO THE COLLEGE OF 

ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST 

IN THE UNIVERSITY OF 

CAMBEIDGE 

PAET III 
JULY 1715— NOVEMBER 1767 



EDITED WITH NOTES 



ROBERT FORSYTH SCOTT, M.A., 

FELLOW AND SENIOR BURSAR OF THE COLLEGE 



CAMBRIDGE 

PRINTED FOR THE COLLEGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

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1903 




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TO THE READEE. 

TN this Volume I have continued the work of editing the College 
■*- Admission Register begun by Professor John E. B. Mayor. 

Professor Mayor generously placed at my disposal his tran- 
script of the Register; this contained a number of brief notes by the 
late Mr C. H. Cooper. He also allowed me the use of a number 
of his MS. volumes of notes on members of the College. To this 
source most of the references to the Gentleman's Magazine and 
nearly all the references to the Cambridge Chronicle are due. 

Following the example of Dr Venn in his work on the Regis- 
ters of Gonville and Caius College I have searched the Act 
Books, Ordination Books, and Institution Books in many Diocesan 
Registries, extracting from these the ordinations of members of 
the College and their institutions to benefices. The value of these 
records can hardly be overstated. In most dioceses the degree 
and College of those ordained is given, though the practice and 
the date at which it commences varies. 

The MSS. at the Public Record Office and the Cole and Davy 
Collections in the British Museum have also been consulted. 
Cole's collections have been quoted very freely, for his comments 
and his point of view are often more illuminating than the actual 
facts recorded. I have also had the use of Mr Joseph Foster's 
legal and ecclesiastical collections. 



PREFACE. 



The Pai-ish Registers of some o4' the Churches in Cambridge, 
more especially that of All Saints, in which the older part of the 
College is situated, have been examined. 

I have also to thank many correspondents for help. The late 
Mr Justin Simpson, of Stamford ; the late Rev. J. Ingle Dredge, 
Vicar of Buckland Brewer ; the late Mr C. W. Holgate, of Salis- 
bury ; the Rev. Canon A. R. Maddison, of Lincoln ; Mr E. H. W. 
Dunkin ; the Rev. T. W. Hutchinson ; D» A. D. H. Leadman, of 
Pocklington, and Mr H. M. Wood have been most generous in 
furnishing me with notes and hints. 

Occasionally I have been so fortunate as to get details from 
descendants of members of the College, or from correspondents 
specially interested in some person or family. 

The result is that in about ninety per cent, of the entries 
some account of the subsequent career of the individual has been 
obtained. These accounts necessarily differ in fulness, but in the 
majority of cases enough has been collected to suggest to a 
searclier where to look for more. Where the identification has 
not been completely satisfactory to my own mind I have still 
given my conjecture, with the expression of a doubt, in the 
hope that someone may be able to carry the matter a step 
further. 

It is almost impossible in a work such as this to attain 
finality. Its appearance will, I hope, lead to further identifica- 
tions and to the accumulation of further facts regarding the names 
contained in the Register. I shall be very grateful to any 
correspondent who may feel inclined to assist me. 

I have not ventured to impose on anyone the task of reading 
the proofs of the Appendix. But dates and references have been 
checked with the original transcripts, and I hope the mistakes will 
not be found numerous. 

Mr P. J. F. Gantillon has prepared the index to the Register 
on the lines suggested by Professor Mayor. 



I 



PREFACE. Vll 

The sections of this index deserve study. They give a con- 
venient summary of the facts recorded. The county and school 
indices shew the wide field from which the College drew its 
members. 

From the sources above indicated a number of further notes 
on the names in Parts I. and II. of the published Register have 
been collected. I intended at one time to have issued these in 
the present volume, but found that to do so would increase its 
dimensions to quite unmanageable limits. These notes are 
therefore held over for. the present, perhaps to be included here- 
after in a supplementary volume. 

R. F. SCOTT. 

St John's College, 
September, 1903. 



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ADMISSIONS 



FROM 



11 JULY 1715. 



July 1715— July 1716 

Admissiones a Julii 6 An. Dom. 1715 

(1) Jefferson, Henry, son of Henry JeflFerson, clerk, Yorkshire ; 
bom at Beverley; bred there (Mr Lambert) for 8 years; admitted 
sizar for Mr Perkins, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 11 July, 
aet. 18. 
5 (2) Hollis, Thomas, son of John Hollis, farmer {firmarii), 
Northants ; bom at Kilsby ; bred at Rugby, Warwickshire (Mr 
Holyoake) ' fere ' 8 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr 
Drake, 23 July, aet. 20. 

Memorand. Quod idem Thomas Hollis de admissione sua in Aul. 
10 Clar. die Decemb. 9, 1714 de duobus terminis in dicto CoUegio ad- 
impletis deque vita sua laudabili dum apud eos commoratus est, id 
omne testatum habuit a 
Aul. Clar. Jul. 23, Nath. Vincent, Praes. 

An. Dom. 1715. Rob. Greene, Tut. 

15 (3) Rutter, Martin, son of Henry Rutter, mercer [merciarit), 
Notts; born at Worksop; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 
6 August, aet. 18. 

(4) Wheler, Sir Trevor, baronet, son of Sir William Wheler of 
20 Learning^!! Hastange, Warwickshire, baronet; bred at Rugby (Mr 

Holyoake) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Anstey, 26 August, 
aet. 18. 

(5) Motte, Samuel, son of Samuel Motte, gentleman, Essex; 
bom at Colchester; bred at Ipswich, Suffolk (Mr Leeds) for 4 years; 

S. 1 



2 ADMISSIONS. 1715. 

admitted sizar for Mr Wotton, tutor Dr Edmundson, 29 September, 
aet. 16. 

Memorand. Quod idem Samuel Motte literas secum adduxlt de 
vita sua probata, ut et de venia sibi conoessa ad aliud quodcanque 
Collegiam se conferendi, descriptas et signatas a ^ 

Aul. Cath. The. Crosse, Coll. Praes. 

Sep. 27, 1715. 

(6) Thomas, William, son of William Thomas, schoolmaster, 
Leicester ; born at Leicester ; educated there by his father ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 7 October, aet. 19. lo 

Memorand. Quod idem Gulielmus Thomas de admissione sua in 
Coll. Eman. Mar. 4 an. D. 1713 de terminis omnib. et singulis ab isto 
tempore in dioto Collegio completis de venia sibi concessa ad aliud 
quodcuuque Coll. migrandi ; nee non de vita sua laudabili dum apud 
eos commoratus est, literas secum attnlit signatas 1 5 

Coll. Eman. Johan. Balderstone, Coll. Praes. 

Oct. 6, 1715. Gul. Lawe, Tutore &g. 

(7) Pennoyre, Thomas, son of Thomas Penqoyre, gentleman, 
Hereford ; bom at Cliflford ; school, Hereford (Mr Traheme) for 

4 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 17 October, aet. 19. 20 

(8) Duffe, Arthur, son of Patrick Duife (deceased), Ireland, 
mother's county Middlesex ; bred at Kidderminster (Mr Best) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 17 October, 
aet 17. 

(9) Roberts, Hugh, son of John Roberts of Place-Nowith, 25 
Denbigh, esquire ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 3 years ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Foulkes, 24 October, aet. 18. 

(10) Richardson, Richard, son of Richard Richardson, 'pilearii,' 
Kent; bom at Tunbridge; bred there (Mr Spencer); admitted 
sizar for Dominus Rigden, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 28 October, 30 
aet. 18. 

(11) Lloyd, Thomas, son of Thomas Lloyd, gentleman, Wales 
(Cambro-britannus) ; bora at Overton, Flint; bred at Whitchurch, 
Salop (Mr Hughes) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Foulkes, 4 No- 
vember, aet 17. 35 

(12) Altham, Peyton, son of James Altham of Mark Hall, 
Essex, esquire ; bred at Bishop's Stortford (Dr Tooke) 3 years ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Anstey, 8 Nov., aet. 19. 

(13) Tetlow, John, son of Robert Tetlow, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorkshire ; born at Skirding, Yorks ; bred at Cunistone 40 
(Mr Robinson) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr White, tutor Dr Ed- 
mundson, 7 Nov., aet. 20. 

(14) Staige, Theodosius, son of William Staige, clerk, Middle- 
sex ; bora in London ; school, St Paul's (Mr Askew) 3 years ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Pearson, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 17 45 
December, aet 19. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1714 — 16. 



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(16) Wood, Nathaniel, son of William Wood, clerk, North- 
amptonshire ; born at Great Houghton; school, Northampton (Mr 
Stiles); admitted pensioner under Dr Anstey, 26 Jan., aet. past 17. 

(16) Jenkin, Thomas, son of Henry Jenkin, clerk, Norfolk; 
5 bom at Tilney ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 2 years ; admitted pensioner, 

tutor Dr Anstey, 9 February, aet. 18. 

(17) Bolton, Richard, son of Richard Bolton, gentleman, Lan- 
cashire ; bom at Haly well ; bred at Rivington (Mr Glassebrooke) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Johnstone, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 

lo 13 February, aet. 19. 

(18) Craven, William Baron, son of WilUam Baron Craven of 
Hampstead Marshall, Middlesex ; bred at Rugby (Mr Holyoake) 
4 years ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Johnson, 28 February, 
aet- 17. 

15 (19) Coxe, Francis, son of William Coxe, woollen-draper (lanarii) , 
Warwickshire; born at Southam ; bred at Rugby (Mr Holyoake) 7 
years ; admitted sizar for Lord Craven, tutor Dr Anstey, 2 March. 

(20) Armstrong, Daniel, son of Thomas Armstrong, bailiff 
(vitlici) to the Earl of Nottingham ; bom at Burleigh on the Hill ; 

20 bred at Okeham (Mr Wright) 10 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Anstey, 6 March, aet. 17. 

(21) Culm, Benjamin, son of John Culm, currier (coriarii), 
Cheshire ; bom at Chester ; bred there (Mr Henchman) 8 years ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Chester; tutor Dr Edmundson, 12 March, aet 

25 18. 

(22) Mompesson, William, son of George Mompesson, clerk, 
Yorkshire; born at York; school, Wakefield (Mr Clarke) 2 years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 20 March, aet past 18. 

1716 

(23) Finch, William, son of Henry Finch, husbandman (agri- 
30 colae), Staffordshire ; bom at Brawood ; bred there (Mr Hillman) ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Fen wick, tutor Dr Anstey, 4 April, aet past 17. 

(24) Bettinson, George, son of Thomas Bettinson, innkeeper 
{pandochei), Nottingham ; bom at Nottingham ; bred there (Mr 
Johnson) ; admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 4 April, 

35 aet past 19. 

(25) Gee, Thomas, son of Thomas Gee, gentleman, Yorkshire ; 
bom at Bishops Burton ; bred at Beverley (Mr Lambert) 8 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 9 April, aet. past 15. 

(26) Chambers, William, son of William Chambers, gentleman, 
40 Derbyshire; born at Derby; bred there (Mr Blackwell) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 18 April, aet 16. 

(27) Robinson, Thomas, son of John Robinson, clerk, York- 
shire ; born at Lestingham ; bred at Richmond (Mr Thompson) ; 
admitted sizar for Dr Pearson, tutor Dr Anstey, 20 April, aet 18. 

1—2 



4 ADMISSIONS. 1716. 

(28) Edmundson, Alexander, son of William Edmundson, 
gentleman, Lancashire ; born at Manchester ; bred at Sedbergli 
(Mr Saunders) 4 years; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, 29 April, aet. 18. 

(29) Maddox, John, son of William Maddox, mercer (tner- 5 
ciarii), Herefordshire ; bom at Hereford; bred there (Mr Traheme); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 4 May, aet. 
past 15'. 

(30) Lebeg, Honoratus, son of Honoratus Lebeg, M.D., Lanca^ 
shire; bom at Leverpool ; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years, 10 
previously at Preston (Mr Man waring) 10 years; admitted sizar for 
Mr Clarke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 8 May, aet. 17. 

(31) Brand, Jacob, son of Jacob Brand, gentleman, SuflFolk ; 
bora at Polstead; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 9 May, aet 18. jc 

(32) Lowther, Thomas, son of Thomas Lowther, Yorkshire; 
bora at Lowdon ; bred at Sherbourae (Mr Potter) 2 years, previously 
at York (Mr Herbert) ; admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 
11 May, aet 18. 

(33) Clarke, Thomas, son of WiUiam Clarke, clerk, Yorkshire ; 20 
bora at York ; bred at Sherbourae (Mr Potter) more than a year, 
previously at York (Mr Foster) 5 years; admitted sizar for Mr 
Foulkes, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 12 May, aet 18. 

(34) Procter, Oeorge, son of Robert Procter, currier (coriarii), 
Yorkshire; bora at Craven ; bred at Thresh field (Mr Marshall); admit- 25 
ted sizar for Mr Wotton, tutor and surety Mr Drake, 14 May 
aet 19. 

(36) Bridges, William, son of William Bridges, clerk, York- 
shire; bora at Castleford; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) one 
year, previously at Leeds (Mr Bernard) 5 years; admitted sizar for 30 
Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 16 May, aet 'fere' 18. 

(36) Askew, Antony, son of Antony Askew, M.D., Westmor- 
land ; bora at Kendal ; bred there (Mr Towers) 6 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 19 May, aet 17. 

(37) Dodgson, Cliristopher, son of Robert Dodgson, husband- 35 
man, Yorkshire; bora at Guisbourne; bred at Threshfield (Mr 
Marshall) 2 years; admitted sizar for Mr Palmer, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, 19 May. 

(38) Jackson, Thomas, son of Richard Jackson, husbandman, ' 
Yorkshire ; bora at Austwicke ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 3 4© 
years; admitted sizar for Mr Foche, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 May, aet 20. 

(39) Ooslln, James, son of Joseph Goslin, ironmonger (mer- 
catoru ferrarii), Buckinghamshire; bom at ChaflFen St Peters- 
school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Anstey, 21 May, aet past 15. 45 

' Et paulo post Discip. pro Daoissa Somerset. (Note in marjrin of 
Begister.) " 



ADMISSIONS. 1716. 5 

(40) Moorhouse, Edward, son of John Moorhouse, farmer 
{firmarii), Yorkshire ; born at Skibden ; bred at Skipton (Messrs 
Carre and Settell) 6 years; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, 21 May, aet. 19. 

5 (41) Adams, George, son of George Adams, clerk, Ireland; 
' Matre natus Middlesexiensi apud Killallon in Comitat. Mediens' ; 
school, Peterborough, \ year; ' Maxime ab ipso Patre infra Upton,' 
Hunts ; admitted sizar for Mr Fenwick, tutor Dr Anstey, 23 May, 
aet. past 18. 

lo (42) Wilson, William, son of John Wilson, tailor {sutoria 
restiarii), Cambridge; born at Cambridge; bred at the King's 
School there (Mr Foster) 6 years; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, 
tutor Dr Anstey, 24 May, aet. 18. 

(43) Fenwicke, Jolm, son of Roger Fenwicke, esquire, North- 
15 umberland; bom at Stanton; bred at home (Mr Lisle); admitted 

fellow commoner, tutor Mr Fenwicke, 2 June, aet. 18. 

(44) Evans, Thomas, son of William Evans, gentleman, Mont- 
gomery; born at Landvinium; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Lloyd) 7 years; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, 4 June, aet. 18. 

20 (45) WMtaker, Thomas, son of Thomas Whitaker, husband- 
man (agricolae), Staffordshire ; bom at Bucknall; bred at Stoke (Mr 
Lea) 4 years ; admitted sizar for Dominus Peake, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, 6 June, aet. 'fere' 18. 

(46) Gittens, Richard, son of Thomas Gittens, goldsmith (auri- 
2$ fids), Salop; born at Shrewsbury; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 6 years; 

admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 11 June, aet. 'fere' 19. 

(47) Tollett, Cooke, son of George Tollett, gentleman, Middle- 
sex ; bora in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 15 June, aet. 18. (Admitted 

30 fellow commoner January 17f?. Note in margin.) 

(48) Sagge, Thomas, son of Thomas Sagge, clerk, Yorkshire ; 
born at Thmshes near Sutton; bred at home; admitted sizar for 
Mr Lloyd, tutor Mr Drake, 18 June, aet. 18. 

(49) Bowyer, William, son of William Bowyer, printer {typo- 
35 graphi), Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred at Headley (Mr Bonwicke) ; 

admitted sizar for the President, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 June, aet. past 
16. 

(50) Johnson, Rolland, son of Richard Johnson, clerk ; bora at 
Dolegelle, Merioneth ; bred at Rythwin, Denbigh (Mr Lloyd) ; admitted 

40 sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 June, aet. 18. 

(51) Latham, John, son of John Latham, clerk, Sussex ; born 
at Etchingham; bred at Lewis (Mr Pierce) 6 years; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, 19 June, aet. 18. 

(52) Conway, Benjamin, B.A. of Jesus College, Oxford ; 
45 Denbigh ; admitted pensioner, surety Dr Edmiindson, 21 June. 

Omnibus in Christo fidelibus ad quoa hoc praeseus scriptum 
pervenerit salutem. Nos principalis et socii Coll. Jesu Oxon. 
testamur et testatum facimus Benjamin Conway ad Gradum Bac- 



O ADMISSIONS. 1716. 

caUurii in Artibos promotum fuisse anno Domini 1703. In cujas 
rei testimoniam sigillum nostrum manaale apponi fecimus. 

Datam i Coll. Jes. Ozon. J. Asaph, Pr'". 

Jan. die 9""., 1716. 

(63) Eolle, Samuel, son of Dennis Rolle, clerk, Devon ; born at 5 
Merton ; bred at Exeter (Mr Reynolds) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety I)r Anstey, 21 June, aet 17. 

(64) Lodge, John, son of Edmund Lodge, husbandman [agri- 
eolae), Lancashire ; born at Bolton ; bred at Clapham in Co. York 
(Mr Ashe); admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 26 June. 10 

(65) Lowthian, Richard, son of George Lowthian, gentleman, 
Cumberland; born at Staffold; bred at Carlisle (Mr Walton); ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor Dr Edmuudson, 26 June, 
aet. 18. 

(66) Smith, George, son of John Smith, clothier (panni/ici), 15 
Yorkshire ; bom at Back 0' tK HUl near Bradford ; school, Sedbergh 
(Mr Saunders) 1 year ; admitted sizar for his tutor Dr Anstey, 

26 June, aet. 17. 

(57) Morton, Bichard, son of John Morton, vintner {oeno- 
polae), Kent ; bom at Tunbridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer) 1^ years ; 20 
admitted sizar for Mr Rigden, tutor Dr Anstey, 27 June, aet past 15. 

(68) Pulford, Thomas, son of Alexander Pulford, goldsmith 
(aurifabri), Cheshire ; bom at Chester ; bred at Audlem (Mr Evans) ; 
admitted sizar for his tutor Mr Foulkes, 27 June, aet. 'fere ' 16. 

(69) Davies, Robert, son of Francis Davies, collector of taxes 25 
{teUmarii) ; born at Ruthwyn, Denbigh ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr 
Lloyd) ; admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes his tutor, 28 June, aet 18. 

(60) Hotchkis, Richard, son of Richard Hotchkis (deceased), 
Salop ; bom at Churbury ; school, Shrewsbury, 3 months, but chiefly 
bred at home ; admitted sizar for Mr Lloyd, tutor Dr Anstey, 28 30 
June, aet 19. 

(61) Launce, Robert Stiles, son of John Launce, gentleman, 
Durham; born at Darlington; school. Merchant Taylors' (Mr Parsell) 
1 year, longer at Worcester School (Mr Wilson) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Parke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 30 June, aet 18. 35 

(62) Rogers, Robert, son of Robert Rogers, clerk, Essex ; bom 
at Brackstead ; school, Charterhouse (Dr Walker) 4 years ; admit- 
ted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 2 July, aet 18. 

(63) Clarke, Francis, son of Francis Clarke, merchant, Middle- 
sex ; bora in London ; school, Bury, Suffolk (Mr Randal and Mr 40 
Kmesman); admitted sizar for Mr Goodwin, tutor Dr Anstey, 2 July 
aet past 17. 

(64) Bidding, John, son of John Pidding, barber {harbiton- 
•on,), Wiltshire; bom at Marlborough; bred there (Mr Hildrop); 
admitted pensioners tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 4 July, aet 18. 45 

' Et paulo post Discip. pro Dnciss. Somerset. 



ADMISSIONS. 1716. « 

CoU. Merton Oxon. Jul. 2^"., 1716. 
Johannes Pidding in Collegium Mertonense sexto die Aprilis 
admissus fuit, anno Domini miUesimo septingentesimo, decimo 
quinto, et quamdiu apud nos vixerit honest^, pi^ sobrieque vitam 
5 institait. In cujus testimonium nomina nostra subscripsimus. 

Die Julii 2^<>. Guliel. Marten, Burs. Sen. 

an_ 1716. Johan. Marten, Princip. 

Hen. Byne, Bursarius. 
Gilb. Trowe, Decan. Med. 

I o (65) Bradshaw, James, son of William Bradshaw, bailiff ivillici 
dispematoris), Lancashire; born at Standish near Wigan; bred at 
Heskin (Mr Foster) ; admitted sizar for Mr Grove, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, 5 July, aet. 19. 

(f.c.5^ 
[Admissions in the year j p. 22 V 66.] 
s. 38 



July 1716— July 1717 

Admissiones li Julii 6^° Anno Dom. 1716 

le (1) Drury, John, son of William Drury, gentleman, Notts; 
bom at Nottingham ; bred there (Mr Johnson); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 6 July, aet. 17. 

(2) Johnson, William, son of Thomas Johnson, currier {cortarti), 
Northumberland; bom at Hexham; bred there (Mr Bewick); 

20 admitted sizar for Mr Newcome, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 

25 July, aet. IS. 

(3) Altham, James, son of James Altham, gentleman, Middle- 
sex- bom in London; bred at Bishops Stortford (Dr Tooke) 8 
yeara; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 12 

25 September, aet. 18. , / • • 

(4) Wenyeve, Edward, son of George Wenyeve, lawyer (juris- 
comulti), Suffolk; born in France^; school. Bury (Messrs Kmes- 
man and Randall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 17 

September, aet. 18. i e r 

30 (5) Sanderson, William, son of Francis Sanderson, praefecti 
militum,' Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, Charterhouse (Dr 
Walker) 7 years; admitted sizar for Mr Fenwick, tutor and surety 
Mr Newcome, 20 September, aet. 20. 

1 OriginaUy the county of birth was given as Middlesex and the place 
'Natus (aut nescit) infra Fulham in Comit. praedict.,' these words being 
erased and Suffolk and 'in regno Galliae' substituted, with the note 
' Haec Interlin. coram Magistro et Senioribus.' 



8 ADMISSIONS. 1716 — ly. 

(6) Powell, Thomas, son of Henry Powell, clerk, Wales ; born 
at Laiigadock, Carmarthenshire; bred at Histon, Cambridgeshire 
(Mr Scaifo); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 21 
ISepteniber, act. 18. 

(7) Hody, Edward, son of John Hody, gentleman, Dorset; 5 
bom at Holt Lo<lgc near Winboume; school. Charterhouse (Dr 
Walker) 5 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 26 
September, act 18. 

(S) Harwood, Rolland, son of Thomas Harwood, gentleman, 
Shropshire ; bom at Shrewsbury; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 7 years ; lo 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 26 September, aet. 18. 

(9) Bankes, William, son of William Bankes, lawyer (jam- 
periti), Yorks ; born at Skipton ; bred there (Mr Leadall) 8 years ; 
admitted sizar for Dominus Teake, tutor Dr Edmundson, 27 Sep- 
tember, aet. 17. 15 

(10) Archer, Oilbert Edward, son of Benjamin Archer, clerk, 
Buckinghamshire ; born at Quainton near Ailesburj- ; bred at Tliame 
(Oxon) and Westminster for one year ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Nowcome, 26 October, aet. past 16. 

(11) Saffery, Thomas, son of Henry Saflfery, maltster {bratia- 20 
torit), Norfolk ; bom at Downham Markett ; school, Norwich (.Mr 
Pate) 6 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr 'Newcome, 30 October, 
aet. 18. 

(12) Bichards, John, son of Richard Richards, butcher {lanii), 
Lincolnshire ; bom at Spaldinge ; bred there (Mr Waring) ; ad- 25 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 2 November, 
aet past 17. 

(13) Newlin, Richard, son of John Newlin, clerk, Hampshire ; 
bora at Axton ; bred at Corhampton (Mr Ainsworth) 7 years ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Parke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 5 November, 30 
aet 18. 

ITli 

(14) Brownsmith, John, son of John Brownsmith, clerk, 
Suffolk ; bora at Pakingham ; bred at Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kines- 
man) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 10 January, 
aet 18. 35 

(1.5) Dean, (George, son of William Dean, clerk, Hunts ; 
bora at Offord Darcy ; bred at Huntingdon (Mr Matthews) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 6 February, aet. past 17. 

(16) Farmery, Robert, son of William Farmery, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire ; bora at Blyton ; bred at Westminster (Dr Friend) 6 years ; 40 
admitted sizar for Mr Prior, tutor Dr Edmundson, 13 Febraary, 
aet past 17. 

(17) Walburge, Simon, son of Richard Walburge, grocer 
(aromatarii), Lincolnshire ; bora at Stamford ; bred at Rugby 
(Mr Holyoake) 2 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 45 
16 March, aet. 17. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1717. 



1717 



(18) Heaton, Peter, son of Henry Heaton, linen-draper {linte- 
arii), Lancasliire ; bom at Preston ; bred there and at Sedbergh 
(Mr Saunders) 1 year; admitted sizar for Domiuus Tatham, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, 26 March, aet. 19. 
5 (19) Frank, Nathaniel, son of John Frank, ' armorum lustra- 
toris,' Lancashire ; bom at Preston ; bred|at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 
5 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 28 March, 
aet. past 19. 

(20) Fawcett, Horace, son of Robert Fawcett, clerk, Norfolk ; 
lo bom at Rackheath ; bred at Windham (Mr Sayer) 4 years ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Simpson, tutor Mr Newcome, 3 April, 
aet. past 18. 

(21) Beanlands, George, son of Joseph Beanlands, clothier 
{pannifici), Yorkshire, bom at Brack on Bank near Kighley ; bred 

1 5 at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, 
tutor Mr Newcome, 10 April, aet 24. 

(22) Bicliardson, Thomas, son of Thomas Richardson, ' tabellarii,' 
Yorkshire ; bom at Mountgate near the city of York ; bred at York 
(Mr Herbert) 4 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Lisle, tutor Mr New- 

2o come, 11 April, aet. past 18. 

(2.3) Challenour, William, son of William Challenour, barrister 

{cau»idici), Northamptonshire ; bom at Wollaston ; bred there (Mr 

Munton) 3 years; admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor Dr Edmundson, 

23 April, aet. past 19. 
25 (24) Callow, William, son of Roger Callow, clerk, Sussex; 

bom at Warbleton ; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Spencer), 2 years; 

admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 26 April, aet. 'fere' 16. 
(2.5) Wilson, William, son of Robert Wilson, ironmonger 

{mercatoris ferrarii), Cumberland ; bom at Pearith (Penrith) ; bred 
30 at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, 

tutor Dr Edmundson, 29 April, aet. nearly 19. 

(26) Hanson, Antony, son of Thomas Hanson, clerk, Yorkshire; 
born at Thornton near Skipton ; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 
2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Heald, tutor Dr Edmundson, 29 

35 April, aet. 20. 

(27) Brome, Richard, son of Edmund Brome, clerk, SuflFolk ; 
bora at Woodbridge ; bred there (Mr Leeds) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 30 April, aet. past 16. 

(28) Bainbridge, Edward, son of Henry Bainbridge, husband- 
40 man {agricolae), Westmorland ; bom at Barton near Kirkby Lons- 
dale ; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 1 May, aet. past 17. 

(29) Lsmch, George, son of John Lynch, gentleman, Kent ; 
bom at Staple, near Sandwich ; bred at Canterburj' (Mr Smith) ; 

45 admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 2 May, aet. past 17. 

(30) Knowler, William, son of Gilbert Knowler, esquire, Kent ; 



10 ADMISSIONS. 1717. 

born at Herne near Canterbury; school, Canterbury (Mr Smith); 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, 3 May, aet. 18. 

(31) Vowe, John, son of Leonard Vowe, gentleman, Leicester- 
shire ; born iit Hallaton ; bred at Carleton Curlew (Mr Salter) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcomo, 8 May, aet. 1.5^. 5 

(.32) Covert, Charles Ranulph, of Hart Hall, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, 8 May. 

(33) Taylor, John, son of William Taylor, esquire, Yorkshire ; 
bom at Beverley ; bred tliere (Mr Johnstone) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 10 May, aet. 20. lO 

(34) Fairfax, Thomas, son of William Fairfax, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorkshire ; bom at Russop ; bred at Thoraeton (Mr 
Dowbiggiu) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, 16 May, aet 18. 

(35) Jackson, Thomas, son of Thomas Jackson, steward {dig- 
pensatorig), Lancjvshire; bom at Bumley; bred there (Mr Robert 15 
Shaw) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, 17 May, aet. 18. 

(36) King, John, son of Thomas King, of Melford, esquire, 
Suffolk ; boru at Bury St Edmunds ; bred at Melford in his father's 
house (Mr Sharpe); admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 20 
Mr Newcome, 22 May, aet. 17. 

(37) Hart, Robert, son of Rawson Hart, esquire, Lincolnshire ; 
bom at Grantham ; bred there (Mr Ellis) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Newcome, 22 May, aet. 17. 

(38) Simcock, John, son of John Simcock, husbandman {agri- 25 
colae), Cheshire ; bom at Middlewich ; bred at Macclesfield (Mr 
Denham) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr Newcome, 25 
May, aet. 22. 

(39) Hare, John, son of John Hare, 'organopoei,' Middlesex; 
bom in London ; schools, Eton (Mr Newborough) and Merchant 30 
Taylors' (Mr Parsell) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr New- 
come, 27 May, aet. 19. 

(40) Quellyn, William, son of Hugh Quellyn, gentleman, Wales ; 
bom at Quellyn near Carnarvon ; bred at Bangor (Mr Doulben) 2 
years; admitted sizar for Dominus Williams, tutor Mr Newcome, 35 
6 June, aet past 18. 

(41) Beresford, Edward, son of John Beresford. gentleman, 
Derbyshire ; bom at Bentley ; bred at Stockport (Mr Dale) 5 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 8 June, aet 18. 

(42) Kirke, Richard, son of William Kirke, butcher (lanii), 40 
Lincolnshire ; born at Grantham ; bred there (Mr Ellis) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 15 June, aet 19. 

(43) Archer, Myles, son of Richard Archer, farmer {firmarii), 
Lancashire ; born at Hawkshard Hall near Ambleside ; bred at 
Hawkshard (Mr Ballfell) ; admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor Dr 45 
Edmundson, 19 June, aet past 18. 

(44) Lowe, George, son of John Lowe, gentleman, Cheshire; 
bom at Northwyche; bred at Madeley, Staffs (Mr Jenkinson) 2 



ADMISSIONS. 1717. * 11 

years, afterwards at Westminster School (Dr Friend) more than 
^ year; admitted pensioner under Mr Newcome, 21 Jmie, aet. 18. 

(45) Peme, Chester, son of John Feme, 'jurisperiti,' one of 
the Esquire Bedells of the University, Hertford ; born at Cocken 

5 Hatch ; bred at Eton (Mr Newborough) 3 years, then at home 
(Mr Chappelow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Chappe- 
low, 24 June, aet. 16. (Note in the margin, 'Admitted fellow com- 
moner, 20 January, 172?.') 

(46) Hammond, Thomas, son of Antony Hammond, gentleman, 
10 Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 

years; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Newcome, 24 June, 
aet past 16. 

(47) FitzEdwards, Francis, son of Francis FitzEd wards, 
gentleman, Surrey ; bom at Lambeth ; bred at Sutton Colefield, 

1 5 Warwickshire (Mr Saunders) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr New- 
come, 25 Jane, aet past 18. 

(48) Smith, Robert, son of Robert Smith, grocer {aromatarii), 
Northamptonshire ; born in Peterborough ; school, Westminster (Dr 
Friend) nearly 3 years; admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor MrNew- 

20 come, 26 June, aet. past 17. 

(49) Radcliflf, William, son of John RadcliflF, clerk (deceased), 
Middlesex; bom in London ; school, Warwick (Mr Lydiott) 1^ years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Featherstonehaugh, tutor Dr Edmundson, 26 
June, aet. 19. 

25 (50) Robinson, John, son of Edward Robinson, scrivener 
{scriniarii), Yorkshire; bora at Beverley; bred there (Mr Lambert) 
more than 8 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Chappelow, tutor Dr Ed- 
mundson, 27 June, aet. past 19. 

(51) Chester, Edward, son of Robert Chester, gentleman, Hert- 
3ofordshire; bom at Bygrave; bred at home (Mr Parke); admitted 

fellow commoner under the said Mr Parke, 29 June, aet 14. 

(52) Hitching, John, son of Nicholas Hitching, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks; bom at Threapland; bred at Threshfield (Mr 
Marshall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Allott, tutor Mr Newcome, 29 June, 

35 aet 18. 

(53) Daniel, Richard, son of John Daniel, grocer {aromatarii), 
Essex; bora at Colchester; school, Felstead, afterwards the Charter- 
house (Mr Walker) nearly 1 year; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Ed- 
mundson, 1 July, aet 'prope' 18. (Note in margin, 'Fellow commoner, 

40 22 Febmarj', 1720 ') 

(54) Qibbon, Williams, son of Thomas Gibbon, Dean of Carl- 
isle; bora at Graystock; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 2 July, aet. 
18. 

45 (55) Standish, David, son of David Standish, clerk, North- 
amptonshire ; bora at Peterborough ; bred there, at home ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Creyke, tutor and surety Mr Drake, 3 July, aet. 20. 
(56) Forster, John, son of William Forster, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 



13 ADMISSIONS. 1717. 

born at Stamford ; bred there (Mr Turner) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundnon, 4 July, aet past 16. 

(57) Sharp, Martin, A.M., of Christ's College, Bene decestit 
signed by Doctor Covell and others; admitted fellow commoner, 
surety Mr Newcome, 5 July. 5 



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[Admissions this year < p. 26 {• 57.] 



July 1717— July 1718 

Admissiones k Julii 5*» An. Dom. 1717 

(1) Bedford, William, son of Thomas Bedford, ' cognitoris,' 
Beds; bom at Barford; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 22 July, aet ' fere' 18. 

(2) Oavell, John, son of William Cavell, clerk, SuflFolk; bom at lo 
Butteley Abbey; school, Ipswich (Mr Leeds); admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Newcome, 2") September, aet. past 18. 

(3) Warburton, Thomas, son of John Warburton, clerk, Rut- 
landshire; bora at Okeham; bred there (Mr Wright) 8 years; ad- 
mitted sizar for Dominus Parnham, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 15 
28 September, aet. past 17. 

(4) Bowe, Henry, son of Lewis Rowe, gentleman, Wales; bora 
at Cleager near Pembroke; school, Pembroke (Mr Evans) 6 years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Mr Newcome, 3 October, aet 
'prope' 18. 20 

(5) Bonwicke, James, son of Ambrose Bon^vicke, clerk, Surrey ; 
bora at Headley; educated by his father; admitted sizar for Dr 
Berry, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 12 October, aet. past 13. 

(6) Willis, Bichard, son of Richard Willis, clerk, Northants ; 
bora at Iligham Ferrers; school. Charterhouse (Dr Walker); ad- 25 
mittod sizar for Mr Grove senior, tutor Mr Newcome, 22 October, 
aet 20. 

(7) Harrison, John, son of John Harrison, clerk, Bucks ; born 
at Walton near Newport ; school, Eton 2 years ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 2 November, aet 16. 30 

(8) Sutton, Stephen, son of Richard Sutton, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorkshire ; bora at Aldborough near Borrowbridge 
(Boroughbridge); bred near Coxwould (Mr Midgeley); admitted sizar 
for Mr Whitstones, tutor Mr Newcome, 2 November, aet. past 17. 

(9) Naime, Bichard, son of Richard Nairae, maltster {hratia- 35 
torit), Kent ; bora at Sandwich ; school, Canterbury (Mr Smith) 

8 years; admitted sizar for Mr Johnson, tutor Mr Newcome, II 
December, aet. 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 171|- — 18. 13 

1711 

(10) Burletson, Robert, son of William Burletson, clerk, Kent; 
bom at Teston near Maidstone; schools, Maidstone and Westminster; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 9 January, aet. 18. 

(11) Bicbardson, Benjamin, son of James Richardson, clerk, 
5 Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at home ; admitted sizar for 

Mr Bowtell, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 20 January, aet 16. 

(12) Hodson, George, son of John Hodson, clerk, Cheshire ; 
bom at Chrisbleton ; bred by his father ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Richardson, tutor Dr Edmundson, 19 March, aet. 16. 

1718 

lo (13) Bouth, William, son of John Routh, ' stapler,' Yorkshire ; 
bom at Monk Friston near Pontefract ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr 
Williams) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr Newcome, 27 
March, aet. past 18. 

(14) Davies, George, son of George Davies, druggist {pharma- 
15 copolae); bom at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Lambert and Mr John- 
stone); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmimdson, 11 
April, aet. past 16. 

(15) Barry, Nicholas, son of Richard Barry, clerk, Wilts; bora 
at Upton Scudamore ; bred at Warminster by his father ; admitted 

20 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 12 April, aet 18. (Discip. 
pro Ducissa Somerset. Note in margin.) 

(16) Dowbiggin, Thomas, son of Christopher Dowbiggin, 
husbandman {agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Tatham near Lancaster ; 
bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) nearly one year ; admitted sizar 

25 for Dominus Robinson, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 14 April. 

(17) Cecil, Honourable Brownlow, second son of John Earl of 
Exeter, Northamptonshire ; born at Burghley House near Stamford ; 
school, Northampton (Antonae) (Mr Stiles) 2 years ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 15 April, aet. 17. (Et 

30 anno 1722 Comes Exon. Note in margin.) 

(18) Cecil, Honourable William, third son of John Earl of 
Exeter, Northamptonshire ; born at Burghley House near Stamford ; 
school, Northampton (Antonae) (Mr Stiles) 2 years ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 15 April, aet 16. 

35 (19) Dowbiggin, John, son of Christopher Dowbiggin, husband- 
man {agricolae), Lancashire ; bom at Tatham ; bred at Sedbergh 
(Mr Saunders), admitted sizar for his tutor Mr Newcome, 16 April, 
aet 22. 

(20) Warren, Thomas, son of Martin Warren, husbandman 
40 {agricolae), Cambridge ; bom at Snowhill ; bred at Beverley (Mr 

Lambert and Mr Johnstone) 6 years; admitted sizar for Mr Chappe- 
low, tutor Dr Edmundson, 18 April, aet. 18. 

(21) Stroother, Thomas, son of Wilfrid Stroother, barrister 
(causidici), Yorks; born at Burrowbridge (Boroughbridge) ; bred at 



14 ADMISSIONS. 1718. 

Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 3 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Lisle, tutor 
Mr Newcome, 23 April, act. past 18. 

(22) Branston, Joseph, son of John Branston, farmer (Jirmarii), 
Lincolnshire ; lK>rn at Gunnerby near Grantham ; bred at Grantham 
(Mr Ellis) lately also at Okeham nearly one year (Mr Wright) ; 5 
admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 24 
April, aet nearly 18. 

(23) Fogge, Robert, son of Arthur Fogge, D.D., Cheshire ; bom 
at Chester; bred there (Mr Henchman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, 26 April, aet. past 17. ^® 

(24) Fogge, Jolin, son of Arthur Fogge, D.D., Cheshire; bom at 
Chester ; bred there (Mr Henchman) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 26 April, aet. past 16. 

(25) Ince, Thomas, son of Nicholas Ince, gentleman, Cheshire; 
bora at Chester; bred there (Mr Henchman) 5 years ; admitted sizar 15 
for Mr Clarke, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 26 April, aet 
past 17. 

(26) Ingram, Qoodrick, admitted pensioner, 4 May, ' et patdo 
post ditcesnt.' 

(27) Oayley, Arthur, son of Simon Cay ley, clerk, deceased, 20 
Beds ; bom at Ampthill ; bred at Kelloe near Durham (Mr Thomp- 
son) 4 years; admitted sizar for Mr Grove, tutor Mr Newcome, 

6 May, aet nearly 16. 

(28) Elsley, Charles, son of William Elsley, clerk, Yorks ; bora 
near York ; bred there (Mr Foster) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr 25 
Newcome, 15 May, aet. 18. 

(29) Pugh, William, son of William Pugh, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Wales ; bora at Lowess, Radnor ; bred at Hereford (Mr Rodd) 
3 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Grove, jun., tutor and surety Mr 
Newcome, 21 May, aet 22. 30 

(30) Chamley, William, son of Henry Charaley, grocer (aroma- 
tarii), Lancaster ; born at Balderstone, near Preston ; bred at 
Threshfield (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 22 May, aet 21. 

Martii 25, 1718. Ego Johannes Walmesley Begistrarias Collegii 35 
BS'" et individuae Trinitatis juxta Dublin, tester Gulielmum Chamley 
die Mail 16 annoque Dom. 1714 in Coll. praedict. admissum fuisse et 
per decem terminos quibus ibidem commoratus est, sedulam operam 
Uteris navasse, probe vitam institoisse et cum venia decessisse. In 
eujus rei testimonium manum meam apposui hoc die Martii 25 anno- 4^ 
que Dom. 1718. 

John Walmsley Registrarius. 

(31) Dawson, William, son of Thomas Dawson, husbandman 
(agricolae), Cumberland; bom at Crosse near Booth; bred at Millom 
(Mr Steele) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Featherstonehaugh, tutor 45 
Dr Edmundson, 24 May, aet. 21. 

(32) Iveson, John, son of William Iveson, clerk, Yorks; bom at 
Cattericke near Richmond ; school Charterhouse (Dr Walker) 4 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 26 May, aet. 18. 



ADMISSIONS. 1718. 15 

(33) Philips, John, son of Pepys Philips, gentleman, SuflFolk; 
bom at Mildenhall ; school, Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinersman) 
6 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 31 May, aet. past 
19. 
5 (34) Prime, Samuel, son of Thomas Prime, grocer {aromatarii), 
Suffolk ; bom at Bury St Edmunds; bred there (Mr Randall and Mr 
Kinersman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 10 June, 
aet. past 16. 

(35) Ascham, Robert, son of Dingley Ascham, 'juristae,' Himts ; 
lo bora at St Ives; school, Charterhouse (Dr Walker) 2 years; admitted 

pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 12 June, aet. 16. 

(36) Leyland, Thomas, son of John Leyland, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire, bom at Kellmore near Kirkham ; bred there 
(Mr Taylor) ; admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor and surety Mr 

15 Parke, 21 June, aet. past 19. 

(37) Holdon, Humfrey, son of Humfrey Holdon, furrier {pellio- 
nis), Durham; bom at Durham; bred there (Mr Wren) 5 years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Lisle, tutor Mr Newcome, 23 June, aet. 20. 

(38) Sidebottom, Samuel; admitted pensioner, from Oxford, 
20 surety Dr Edmundson, 25 June, aet. 28. 

Memorandum. Quod idem Samuel Sidebottom de Middleton in 
Comitatu Palatin. Lancastriae, Bector, Literas secum attnlit testi- 
moniales de vita sua laudabili, animoque erga ecclesiam nostram 
Anglicanam optime affecto, signatas a Gulielmo Assheton, B.D., 
25 Rector de Prestwick, Petro Haddon de Bolton, Vic. &c. June 12, 

1718. 

Memorandum etiam quod praedictus Samuel Sidebottom de 
gradu suo Baccalaur. iu Artibus ipso Termino quadragesimali {sic) 
anno Domini 1713 (quoad omnes formas requisitas) sibi collate. 
30 Id quoque ab Oxoniis testatum babuit signatnmque <a> 

Coll. Aeneanasen. Oxon. Tbo. Leigh, V. Princ. 

April 18, 1718. Edv. RadcUffe, Tut. et Dec. 

Johan. Featley, Promo. 

(39) Peake, Richard, of London; B.A. of Queen's Collie, 
35 Oxford ; admitted pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, 25 June, aet. 24. 

Omnibus quorum interest haec infra scripta non nescire salutem 
in Domino. 

Cum dilectus nobis in Christo Bicbardus Peake petierit litteras 
nostras testimoniales de vitae suae et morum integritate, deque lis 

40 honoribus quibus venerabilis nostra Academia Oxoniensis eum 
insignivit ; Nos Praepositus et socii Collegii Beginae Oxoniensis 
per praesentes testamur, dictum Bichardum Peake gradu Bacca- 
laurei in Artibus fuisse insignitum termino Sancti Michaelis, qui 
fuit in anno Domini millesimo septingentesimo decimo quinto ; nee 

45 i^on vitam sobrie et honeste, quamdiu nobiscum vixerit, instituisse ; 

nee quicquam quod scimus, credidisse aut tenuisse, nisi quod Ecclesia 
Anglicana approbat et tuetur; In cujus rei Testimonium scriptum 
hoc Sigillo CoUegij, quo hac in parte utimur, munivimus hoe nono 
die Junij, anno Domini millesimo septingentesimo decimo octavo. 



1$ ADMISSIONS. 1718. 

(40) Dewhurst, John, son of John Dewhant, ' institoris,' Lan- 
cashire ; born at Coin ; schools, Wakefield (Mr Clarke) also Thresh- 
field (Mr Marshall) 3 months ; admitted sizar for Dominus Tatbam, 
tutor Dr £dmundson, 26 June, aet. nearly 18. 

(41) Burton, John, son of Michael Burton, counsellor (conn- 5 
liarii) Derbyshire ; born at Wigwall ; school, Derby (Mr Blackwell) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Drake, 27 June, aet. 18. 

(42) Burton, Michael, 'cum fratrc praedict. in ceteris omnibus 
concordat ' ; admitted pensioner, aet. illegible. 

(43) Best, Major, son of John Best, surgical instrument maker, 10 
{inttrtitnentorum chirurgicorum opijicis) ; bom in London ; bred 
there (Mr Rogerson) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 28 
June, aet. 16. 

(44) Holbrooke, John, son of Edward Holbrooke, 'juristae,' 
Stafford ; born at Wolverhampton ; bred there (Mr Dawbry) ; ad- 1 5 
mitted sizar for Mr Wilks, tutor Mr Newcome, 28 June, aet. 20. 

ff.C. 2] 
[Admissions in the year -! p. 19 ^ 44.] 
Is. 23J 

JCLY 1718— JlTLY 1719 

Admissiones k Julii 4^ Anno Dom. 1718 

(1) Chaworth, Patrick, son of Patrick Chaworth, esquire, 
Notts ; bom at Annesley ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 28 Aug. aet. 17. 20 

(2) Steer, Charles, son of William Steer, cutler (cultellarii), 
Yorks ; bom at Shefl5eld ; bred at Beighton (Mr Drake) ; admitted 
sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 10 Sep., 
aet (blank). 

(3) Boughton, Thomas, son of Thomas Boughton, gentleman, 25 
Northants ; born at King's Cliffe ; school, Uppingham (Mr Savage) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr fklmundson, 26 Sep. aet 15. 

(4) Bumaby, John, son of John Buraaby, gentleman, Middlesex; 
bom in Loudon ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 6 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 25 Oct, aet. past 17. 30 

(5) Husey, George, son of Robert Husey, farmer (Jinnarii), 
Dorset ; bora at Corfe Mullen ; bred at Taunton, Somerset ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Grove, jun., tutor Mr Newcome, 30 Oct 
aet. nearly 19. 

Memorandom. Qnod idem Georgius Husey literas secum attulit 35 
testimoniales de vita sua laudabili, <iQ> studiisqne profectu non 
mediocri dum in Collegio Regali versatus est a Doctore Adams 
Collegii Praepos. dewriptas ; ut et alteras, quae de Admissione ejus 
in Coll. Begal. Nov. 4, 1717 et perpetua ab isto die residentia ad 
testatum haberent a Tutore ejus ao 

Coll. Regal. Octob. 80, 1718. John Burford. 



ADMISSIONS. 17 If— 1719. 17 

(6) Beadles, Thomas, son of Thomas Beadles, grocer {aro- 
matarii), Beds ; bom at Bedford ; bred there (Mr Aspinhall) ; 
admitted sizar for Dr Bowtell, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 
5 Nov., aet. 19. 
5 (7) Sandiford, Charles, son of Thomas Sandiford, 'tribuni 
militum ' ; born in Barbadoes ; school, Merchant Taylors, London 
(Mr Parsell) 3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Johnson, 15 Nov., aet. past 16. 

171f. 

(8) Robinson, Henry, son of Henry Robinson, husbandman 

1 o iagHcolce), Lancashire ; born at Arnside near Hawkshead ; bred there 

(Mr Hunter) and at Kendal School \\ years; admitted sizar for 
Mr Richardson, tutor Dr Edmundson, 4 Mar., aet. nearly 20. 

(9) Nickins, Michael, son of Michael Nickins, clerk, deceased. 
Staffs ; born at Tipton near Wolverhampton ; bred at Heywood, 

15 and latterly at Stafford (Mr Dearie) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Wilkes, 17 Mar., aet. past 16. 

1719. 

(10) Wright, John, son of Richard Wright, 'jurisperiti,' 
Lincolnshire ; born at Lowthe ; bred there and lastly at Beverley 
(Mr Johnstone) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 25 Mar.. 

20 aet. nearly 19. 

(11) Howdell, "WiUiam, son of William Howdell, husbandman 
iagricolce), Yorks; bom at Lowthe; bred there (Mr Williams); 
admitted sizar for Mr Russell, tutor Mr Newcome, 26 Mar., aet. 19. 

(12) Eenyon, Roger, son of George Kenyon, 'jurisconsulti,' 

2 5 Lancashire ; born at Peale ; bred at Manchester (Mr Barrow) and 

then at Stockport (Mr Dale) 6 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Mr Newcome, 31 Mar., aet. 17. 

(13) Kenyon, George, aet. 16, 'per caetera omnia cum fratre 
praedicto concordat.' 

30 (14) Riccard, John Peter, son of John Riccard, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Killham, near Britllington ; bred at Beverley (Mr 
Lambert and Mr Johnstone) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, 1 April, aet. 19. 

(15) Hope, William, son of John Hope, M.D., Derbyshire ; bora 
35 at Derby ; bred there (Mr Blackwell) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 

Dr Edmundson, 1 April, aet. 17. 

(16) Butterwood, Robert, son of Robert Butterwood, grocer 
{aromatarii), Yorks ; born at Doncaster ; bred there (Mr Withers) ; 
admitted sizar for Dr Edmundson his tutor, 1 April, aet. 17. 

40 (17) Pigott, Thomas, son of Robert Pigott, steward frf««ji?e««a- 
toris) to Sir Richard Grosvenor, Bart.; born at Otford near Chester; 
school, Eton (Dr Snape) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, 9 April, aet. 18. 

(18) Cooke, Thomas, son of Thomas Cooke, clerk (deceased), 

45 Derbyshire ; bora at Derby ; bred there (Mr Blackwell) 1^ years, 

s. 2 



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18 ADMISSIONS. 1719. 

previously at Burton on Trent (Mr Prj'dhan) 6 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edniundson, 11 April, aet. 19. 

(19) Brage, Robert, son of William Brage, esquire, Essex ; 
bom at Buhuore; bred at Felsted (Mr Hutchin) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 17 April, aet 19. 5 

(20) Feke, Edward, son of Thomas Peke, gentleman, Kent; 
bom at Ashe near Sandwich ; bred at Ashford (Mr Bates) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Johnson, 17 April, aet. 17. 

(21) Bowes, William, son of George Bowes, gentleman, 
Durham; bora at Bradely Hall; bred at Bishop Auckland (Mr 10 
Emerson) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 18 April, 
aet 18. 

(22) Gh)odday, (leorge, son of George Goodday, esquire, SuflFolk ; 
born at Tostock ; school. Bishops Stortford (Dr Tooke) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Monins, 9 May, aet. nearly 18. 15 

(2.3) Turner, Thomas, son of Thomas Turner 'jurisconsult!,' 
Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Charterhouse (Dr Walker) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 11 May, aet 15. 

(24) Bussell, Richard, son of Hugh Russell, gentleman, 
Hereford ; bora at Thruxton near Hereford ; school, Hereford 20 
(Mr Traheme) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 14 May, 
aet 18. (' Discip. pro Duciss. Somerset* Note in margin.) 

(25) Oorker, Thomas, son of John Corker, ' jurisperiti,' Lan- 
cashire ; bora at Lund near Ulverston ; bred there (Mr Turaer) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor Mr Parke, 18 May, aet 25. 25 

(26) Harrison, William, son of William Harrison, husband- 
man {agricolae), Lancashire ; bora at Hode near Kirkham ; bred 
there (Mr Taylor) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Lloyd, tutor Mr 
Parke, 19 May, aet. past 17. 

(27) Annesley, Martin, son of Francis Annesley, ' jurisconsult!,' 30 
Ireland ; born in Dublin ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 20 May, aet. about 16. 

(28) Annesley, Francis, esquire, grandson (nepos) of Francis, 
Viscount Valentia and of Lord Mountmorris ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, surety Mr Newcome, 21 May. 25 

(29) Mason, Maidwell, son of Matthew Mason, clerk, Rutland ; 
bora at Ashwell ; school, Okeham (Mr Wright) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Newcome, 22 May, aet. past 17. 

(30) Sheepshanks, James, son of James Sheepshanks, hus- 
bandman (agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Linton near Skipton ; bred at 40 
Threshfield (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor 
Mr Newcome, 22 May, aet 'prope' 17. 

(31) Rycroff, Henry, son of Henry RycroflF, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Coniston-Cold; bred there (Mr Robinson) 
and last at Threshfield (Mr Marshall) admitted sizar, tutor Dr 45 
Edmundson, 35 May, aet. 18. 

(32) Floyer, Sacheverel, son of Ralph Floyer, gentleman 
igeneron), StaflFordsbire ; bora at Sutton ; school, Tamworth (Mr 



ADMISSIONS. 1719. 19 

Shaw); admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Baker, 
29 May, aet. 20. 

(33) Haygarth, Josias, son of Matthew Haygarth, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks; born at Hollinsnear Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh 

5 (Mr Saunders) 6 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Russell, tutor and 
surety Mr Newcome, 30 May, aet. 18. 

(34) Grainger, William, son of Thomas Grainger, husbandman 
(a^rico/a«), Cumberland; born at Stone-raise near Wigtowne ; school, 
Wigtou (Mr Salkeld) and Appleby (Mr Bankes) 1 year ; admitted sizar 

lo for Mr Richardson, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 3 June, aet. 18. 

(35) Smith, Caleb, son of William Smith, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks ; born at Kirby Moor; bred at Coxwold (Mr Midgeley); 
admitted sizar for Dominus Bernard, tutor Mr Newcome, 6 June, 
aet. 18. 

15 (36) Murdin, William, son of Edward Murdin, trunk-maker 
{cistarum fabricatoris) , Middlesex ; bom in London ; school. Mer- 
chant Taylors (Mr Parsell) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Grigman, tutor 
Mr Newcome, 9 Jun., aet. 16. 

(37) Lloyd, Moses, son of Maurice Lloyd, druggist {pharma- 
20 copolae), Salop ; born at Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Lloyd) ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 10 Jun., aet. 18. 

(38) Wainhouse, Bicliard, son of Nathaniel Wainhouse, clerk 
(deceased), Yorks ; born at Bradford ; bred there (Mr Hill etc.) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Deane, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 

25 11 Jun., aet. past 18. 

(39) Acherley, Richard, son of Thomas Acherley, ironmonger 
{mercatoris ferrarii), Salop ; bom at Stannerdine near Shrewsbury ; 
bred at Wrexham (Mr Appleton) ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 16 Jun., aet. near 17. 

30 (40) Jones, Samuel, son of Samuel Jones, 'calcearii,' Salop; 
born at Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Lloyd) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Russell, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 25 Jun., aet. past 17. 

(41) Battersby, Thomas, son of John Battersby, clerk (de- 
ceased), Notts ; born at North Leverton ; bred there (Mr Battersby) ; 

35 admitted sizar for Mr Healde, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 
25 Jun., aet. 17. 

(42) Cnicius, Lewis, son of Irenaeus Crucius, clerk, Middlesex ; 
born in London ; school. Charterhouse (Dr Walker) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Parnham, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 27 Jun. 

40 aet. nearly 19. 

(43) Emmerson, John, son of Ralph Emmerson, clerk, North- 
umberland; born in Newcastle; school, Charterhoiise (Dr Walker); 
admitted sizar for Mr L'Isle, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, June 27, 
aet. 18. 

45 (44) Leftwiche, Nathaniel, A.B. of New College, Oxford ; 
admitted pensioner, surety Dr Edmundson, June 29. 

Memorandum. Quod idem Nathaniel Leftwiche, Novi CoUegii 
Oxonieosis quondam capellanus, de vita sua laudabili morumque 

2—2 



20 ADMISSIONS. 1719. 

probitate, de lioentia sibi oonoessa ad aliad quodcanque Collegiam 
vel Aulam migraudi, deque animo ejus denique erga Ecclesiam 
nostram Anglicanam in omnibus (quod norunt) optime afifeoto ; 
Uteras aecam testimoniales attulit signatos a 

Dat. in Novo Collegio Johan. Burton, Vice Cust. ^ 

die 2**° Mensis Maii Johan. Dobson, A.M. Thesaur. 

annoqne Dom. 1719. Johan. Biddel, A.M. 

Benj. Colinge, Jnr. Civ. Dre. 

(45) Havard, David, A.B. of Jesus College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, July 1. lo 

Memorandum. Quod praedictus David Havard de Gradu suo A.B. 
in eadem Academia concesso anno 1698 nee non de determinatione 
sua in Quadragesima proxime sequenti facta, id omne testatum 
habuit 
Oxon. Jun. 27, 1719. Sam. Hughes, V.P.L. 15 

Gul. Lloyd. 

Tho. Price. 

The. Parde. 

(46) Morgan, John, son of Nathaniel Morgan, registrar {regi$- 
trarii), Wales; born at Carmarthen ; bred there 'per annos aliquot,' 20 
last at Hereford School (Mr Traheme) 3 years ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Newcome, 2 July, aet. past 17. 

(47) Le'Hunt, Alexander, ^on of John Le'Hunt, gentleman 
(generoti), Surrey ; born at Battersea near Richmond ; school, Eton 
(Dr Snape) 4 years ; admitted sizar for the Master of the College, 25 
tutor Mr Newcome, 2 July, aet 17. 

(48) Lewis, Edward, son of John Lewis, farmer {firmarii), 
Cheshire ; born at Aldersey near Chester ; bred at Wrexham (Mr 
Appleton) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Dr Lambert, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, 3 July, aet. past 18. ' 30 

(49) Bunning, John, son of David Bunning, clerk, Leicester- 
shire ; born at Branting Thorp ; school, Okeham (Mr Wright) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr Newcome, 4 July, aet 
near 17. 

(50) Webb, Thomas, son of Nathaniel Webb, gentleman {gen- 35 
eroti), Hants; bom at East Mean near Petersfield; bred at Corhamp- 
ton (Mr Soane) 3 years and last at Winchester (Dr Cheyney) 'fere* 

1 year ; admitted sizar for Mr Grigtnan, tutor Mr Newcome, 4 July, 
aet past 18. 

(51) Snagg, Edward, son of Edward Snagg, esquire, Cambs. ; 40 
bom at Ditton; bred at Carrington, Bedfordshire (Mr Biby) 4 years; 
a«imitted {propter variolas per vicarium) fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Dr Edmundson, 4 July, aet 17. 

(52) Peyton, Mr Thomas, son of Sewster Peyton, Bart, Middle- 
sex ; bora in London; school, Entfield (Dr Uvedale); admitted 45 
fellow commoner, tutor and. surety Dominus Williams, 6 July, aet 18. 

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ADMISSIONS. 1719 — 17|^. 21 

July 1719— July 1720. 

Admissionea k Julii 6" An. Dom. 1719. 

(1) Tatham, James, son of Edmund Tatham, clerk, Essex ; 
born at Newport ; bred there (Mr Allen), also at Boxford, SuflFolk 
(Mr Tatham) 1 year; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
9 July, aet. 15. 
5 (2) Barry, Willougliby, son of George Barry, surgeon, Essex 
bom at Wood; bred at Lewis, Sussex (Mr Pierce) 2 years; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 10 September, aet. 18. 

(3) Olassbrooke, Simon Peter, son of Peter Glassbrooke, M.D., 
Kent ; born at Whitstaple near Canterbury ; bred at Canterbury 

lo (Mr Burroughs) 3 years; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Newcome, 14 September, aet. 20. 

(4) Woodford, Richard, son of John Woodford, clerk, North- 
amptonshire ; born at Duston near Northampton ; school, Northamp- 
ton (Mr Stiles) 3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 

15 Newcome, 8 October, aet. 17. (Admitted fellow commoner 172^^ 
Note in margin.) 

(5) Vidal, Peter, son of Peter Vidal, 'e satellitibus regiis,* 
Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 
years ; admitted sizar for Mr Grigman, tutor and surety Mr New- 

20 come, 30 October, aet. 17. 

(6) Carre, Bichard, son of William Carre, clerk, deceased, 
Yorks ; born at Pocklington ; school, Pocklingtoii (Mr Baker) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Healde, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 14 
November, aet. 18. 

25 (7) Sneyd, Bowyer, son of Ralph Sneyd, surgeon, StaflFs; born 
at Bishton near Staflbrd ; bred at Lichfield (Mr Hunter) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Wilkes, December 9, aet. IS. 

1719 

(8) HenviU, Philip, son of William Henvill, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Dorset; born at Haydon near Stirmister; school, Sherboume 

30 (Mr Gerard) ; admitted sizar for Mr Baker, tutor Mr Newcome, 
January 13, net. past 16. 

(9) Downing, George, son of George Downing, clerk, Herts ; 
born at Hinxworth near Biggleswade ; school, Bishops Stortford 
(Dr Tooke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Johnson, 

35 January 21, aet. 17. 

( 1 0) Bellinger, John Edward, son of Francis Bellinger, druggist 
(pharmcopolae sic), Lincolnshire ; born in Stamford ; bred there 
(Mr Turner) ; admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor Dr Edmundson. 
January 22, aet. 18. 

40 (11) Chappelow, Edward, son of Edward Chappelow, grocer 
afterwards farmer (aromatarii post Jirmarii), Yorks ; born at 
Beverley ; bred there (Mr Lambert and Mr Johnston) ; admitted 



2S ADMISSIONS. 1720. 

sizar for Mr Featberstonebaugh, tutor Mr Chappelow, February 18, 
aet. 19. 

(12) Leake, Thomas, son of Mamiaduke Leake, furrier {petlio- 
nig), Yorks ; born in Beverley ; bred there (Mr Lambert and Mr 
Johnson) ; admitted sizar for Dr Lambert, tutor Dr Edmundson, 5 
February 18, aet. 'prope' 18. 

(13) Parry, Thomas, son of Rolland Parry, currier {coriarii), 
Wales ; bom at Machynlleth, Montgomerj'uhire ; school, Shrewsbury 
(Mr Lloyd) 3 years ; admitted sizar for Dr Bowtell, tutor Mr New- 
come, March 8, aet. 18. lo 

(14) Powell, Charles, son of Henry Powell, clerk, Wales ; bom 
at Langadock, Caraiarthenshire; school Brecknock \ year, previously 
at Swansey, 2 years; admitted sizar for Mr Featberstonebaugh, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, March 23, aet. ' fere' 18. 

1720. 

(16) Hesilrige, Arthur, son of Sir Robert Hesilrige, Bart., 15 
Jf orthami)ton8bire ; bom at Northampton ; bred at Carleton, Leices- 
tershire (Mr Salter) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Newcome, 
March 28, aet. 16. 

(16) Haslam, William, son of Edward Haslam, dmggist, 
Lancashire, born at Rochdale ; bred there (Mr Kippax), last at 20 
Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale) 4 years; admitted sizar for Mr Rowse, 
tutor Mr Newcome, April 4, aet. 19. 

(17) Wolfe, Nicholas, son of Richard Wolfe, merchant, Yorks ; 
bom at Bridlington Key; schools, 'Annus- Burton' (Burton Agnes) 
(Mr Stabber) 5 years, Beverley (Mr Johnson) 4 years ; admitted 25 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, April 6, aet 19. 
(Admitted fellow commoner, 12 Dec. 1724. Note in margin.) 

(18) Kilner, (George, son of Thomas Kilner, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Lancashire ; born in Cartmel ; bred there (Mr Roskell), last 

at Hawkshead (Mr Hunter) ; admitted sizar for Mr Parke, tutor Dr 30 
Edmundson, April 6, aet 17. 

(19) Lawe, Edmund, sou of Edmund La we, clerk, Lancashire ; 
bora at Cartmel ; bred tliere (Mr Roskell), and last at Kendal School 
(Mr Towers) ; admitted sizar for Mr Shaw, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
April 6, aet ' fere '17. 35 

(20) Hewitt, Robert, son of James Hewitt, ' yeoman,' Yorks ; 
bom at ThreshBeld near Skipton ; bred there (Mr Marshall) ; admit- 
ted sizar for Mr Hall, tutor Mr Newcome, April 16, aet. past 18. 

(21) Leveson (Oower), Honourable Baptist, fourth son of 
John Leveson, Barou Gower of Stittenham, Yorks, Middlesex ; bom 40 
in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, April 22, aet 16. 

(22) Hoyland, Edward, son of John Hoyland, farmer {finnari%\ 
Yorks ; bora at Brearly, near Wakefield ; school, Wakefield (Mr 
Clarke); admitted sizar for his tutor Dr Edmundson, April 22,45 
aet 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 1720. 23 

(23) Kay, John, son of Thomas Kay, husbandman (agricolae), 
Lancashire; born at Leigh, near Manchester; bred at Bradford, 
Yorks (Mr Hill) 3 years; admitted sizar for Mr Chappelow, tutor 
and surety Dr Kdmundson, April 26, aet. past 19. 
5 (24) Pullein, Samuel, son of Samuel PuUein, grocer {aroma- 
tarii), Yorks; born at Beedall; bred there (Mr Marshall), also at Sed- 
bergh School (Mr Saunders) more than 1 year ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Newcome, May 13, aet. 19. 

(25) Lupton, Robert, son of Thomas Lupton, 'yeoman,' Yorks; 
lo bom at Linton, near Skipton; school, Threshfield (Mr Marshall); 

admitted sizar for Dominus Bernard, tutor Mr Newcome, May 20, 
aet. 17. 

(26) Humberstone, Matthew, son of Edward Humberstone, 
gentleman, Hants; bom at Portsmouth (^ Portum Magnum')-, 

1 5 schools, Bishops Stortford and Entfield ; admitted fellow commoner, 
tutor Mr Moiiins, May 23, aet. (blank). 

(27) Frewen, John, son of Thankful! Frewen, Rector of Northi- 
ham, Sussex; born there; bred there (his father); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Mr Johnson, May 24, aet. 'fere' 18. 

20 (28) Chaworth, Pole, sou of Patrick Chaworth, esquire, Notts; 
bom at Annesley; school, Eton (Dr Snape); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, May 25, aet. 18. 

(29) Chaworth, George, aet. 17, 'per csetera cuncta cum fratre 
praedicto concordat.' 

25 (30) Marryott, John, son of John Marryott, clerk, Berks ; born 
at Piufield, near Windsor; bred at Buddesdale, SuflFolk (Mr May- 
boume) ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor and surety Dr Ed- 
mundson, May 26, aet. 20. 

(31) Swire, Samuel John, son of John Swire, gentleman, Yorks ; 
30 b(U'n at Skipton ; bred there (Mr Leadall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 

Dr Edmundson, May 27, aet. past 19. 

(32) Robinson, William, son of Stephen Robinson, clerk, Yorks ; 
born at Cunistone Cold ; taught there by his father ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Dean, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 27, aet. 18. 

35 (33) Leach, Richard, son of Robert Leach, 'caedis Quaesitoris,' 
Yorks; born at Micklethwait, near Biugley; bred there (Mr Ellison); 
admitted sizar for Mr Leake, tutor Mr Newcome, May 27, aet. 
*prope' 18. 

(34) Leeke, Samuel, son of Robert Leeke, clerk, Durham ; bora 
40 in Durham ; bred there (Mr Rymer) ; admitted sizar for Mr L'isle, 

tutor Mr Newcome, June 1, aet. 'prope' 18. 

(35) Patrick, Thomas, son of John Patrick, currier, Yorks; 
born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Johnstone); admitted sizar for Mr 
Palmer, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 7, aet. 22. 

45 (36) Lovell, Hugh, son of Hugh Lovell, husbandman (agricolae), 
Northants; born at Boughton, near Northampton (Antona); bred 
there (Mr Stiles) ; admitted sizar for Mr Peake, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, June 9, aet. past 17. 



24 ADMISSIONS. 1720. 

(37) Oliffe, John, son of John CliflTe, draper (pannarii), Yorks ; 
bom at Workbey, in the imrish of Leeds; bred at Threslifield (Mr 
Marshall); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Edmuudson, June 11, 
aet. IS. 

(38) Welch, John, son of John Welch, grazier (pecuarii), 5 
Notts; boni at Sturtoii, near Gainsborough; bred at Kresswell (Mr 
Newsholme) ; admitted sizar for Mr Rigden, tutor Mr Johnson, June 
16, aet. 18. 

(39) Stillingfleet, Fairfax, son of John Stillingfleet, clerk, 
Lincoln; born at Beckingham ; schools, Lincoln (Mr Garinstone) lo 
•2 years, and a private school at Hough, near Grantham, 5 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newton, June 21, aet 
*prope' 17. 

(40) Baker, George, son of Francis Baker, gentleman, Durham ; 
bom at Whickhaiu, near Newcastle; bred at Morpeth, 2 yeari*, but 15 
chiefly in his father's house (Mr Bindlesse); admitted i^ensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Newcorae, June 21, aet 17. 

(41) Bindlesse, Boger, son of Antony Bindlesse, mercer {merci- 
an'i), Yorks; bom in Sedbergh; school, Sedbergh (Mr Wharton, Mr 
Dwyer, Mr Saunders); admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr 20 
Newcome, June 21, aet. 28. 

(42) Deane, Bev. William, Rector of Oflford Darcy, Hunts; 
admitted (nou sine gravi causa) fellow commoner, surety Dr 
Edmundson, June 29. 

Idem vir Reverendus de Collegio quondam .Sneanasensi Oxon. ad 25 
gradnm M.A. omniuo secundum formam ab eadem Academia prae- 
stitutam (nulla gratia seu favore adhibito) in Convocatione Jan. 17, 
1687, celebrata promotus est; uti patet per literas ab Academiae 
Begistrario datas signatasque Oxon. Jun. 23, 1720. 

Geo. Cooper. ^q 

(43) Price, William, of St Marj-'s Hall, Oxford ; admitted pen- 
sioner, surety Dr Edmundson, June 30. 

Idem Gul. Price ad gradum A.B. omnino secundum formam ab 

eadem Academia praestitutam (nulla gratia seu favore adhibito) in 

Convocatione Martii 21, 170J, celebrata promotus erat ; uti patet per 35 

literas ab Academiae Begistrario datas signatasque Oxon. Mail 25, 

1720. 

Geo. Cooper. 

(44) Hall, George, son of John Hall, clerk, Durham ; born at 
Chester Street, near Durham ; bred at Darlington (Mr Richardson) ; 40 
admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 30, aet 18. 

(45) Whitehead, Bobert, son of John Whitehead, merchant 
{mercatorii), Yorks ; bora at Cusworth, near Doncaster ; bred at 
Leeds (Mr Bernard) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
June 30, aet 18. 45 

(46) Negns, John, son of Edward Negus, farmer {firmarii), 
Cambs; born at Girton ; bred at Histon (Mr Scaife); admitted sizar 
for Dominus Eyles, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 2, aet 'fere' 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 1720. 25 

(47) Mills, Thomas, son of Thomas Mills, ' nunc temporis apud 
Spalding Commentariensis,' Lincolnshire ; born at Grantham ; bred 
at Spalding (Mr Neve) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr 
Newcome, July 4, aet. 'prope' 17. 
5 (48) Hotchkis, James, son of Joshua Hotchkis, clerk, Canon of 
St Paul's, Bucks; born at Moulsoo, near Newport; school, Charter 
house (Dr Walker) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, July 5, 
aet. 18. 

(49) Hoggard, John, son of Nathaniel Hoggard, husbandman 
TO (agricolae), Notts; born at Tresswell, near Redford ; bred there (Mr 

Newsholme) ; adn)itted sizar for Mr Monins, tutor Mr Johnson, July 
6, aet. 18. 

(50) Drake, James, son of James Drake, M.D., Middlesex ; 
born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted pen- 

15 sioner, tutor Mr Newcome, July 8, aet. 17. 

rf.c. 4^ 

. Admissions in the year -( p. 1 7 r 50. 

U. 29J 

July 1720— July 1721. 

Admissiones a Julii 8™ Anno Dom. 17"20. 

(1) Lamplugh, William, sou of William Lamplugh, clerk, 
Yorks ; born at Sprotbrough, near Doncaster ; school, Wakefield 
(Mr Clark) 2 years, and last at the school called St Martin's Library, 

20 London (Mr Richardson) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
July 9, aet. (blank). 

(2) Gardiner, Robert, son of Robert Gardiner, gentleman, 
Lincolnshire; born at Sleeford ; bred in Lincoln (Mr Garmstone) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, October 5, aet. 17. 

25 (3) Holcombe, John, son of William Holcombe, gentleman, 
Wales ; born at Mounton, near Pembroke ; schools, Pembroke, and 
then Westminster (Dr Friend) 2 years; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Mr Newcome, October 24, aet. 16. 

(4) Sandford, John, son of John Sandford, gentleman, Middle- 
30 sex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) G years ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, October 24, aet. 
'prope' 18. 

(5) Turner, David, son of David Turner, esquire, Kent ; born 
at Margate, in the Isle of Thanet ; school, Canterbury (Mr Smith) ; 

35 admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Johnson, October 27, aet past 16. 

(6) Dunn, Field, son of Field Dunn, clerk, Yorks ; born in Hull; 
bred there (Mr Clarke) ; adn)itted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr 
Newcome, October 30, aet. 18. 

(7) Price, Richard, son of Richard Price. ' Cancellariae Re- 
40 gistrarii,' Middle^ex ; bom in London ; bred at Bishops Stortford 

(Dr Tooke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, November 3, 
aet. past 18. (Admitted fellow commoner 1725. Note in margin.) 



36 ADMISSIONS. 172^. 

(8) Wadsworth, Charles, son of Nathaniel Wadsworth, clerk, 
Norfolk ; born iit IJrooke near Norwich ; schools, Sherboume (Mr 
Mosely) and Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) ; admitted sizar for the 
President, tutor Dr Edinundson, November 29, aet. 19. 

(9) Holt, Henry, sun of Holland Holt, gentleman, of Redgrave 5 
iu Suffolk, Middlesex ; bom in London ; schools, Buddesdale, Suffolk 
and £ton (Dr Suape) 2 years ; admitted i>eusiouer, tutor Mr New- 
come, Dec. 7, aet. 19. 

172§. 

(10) Oawne, Charles, son of William Cawne, clerk (deceased), 
Bucks; born at Wavenden ; bred at Houghton Conquest, Beds, 10 
but chiefly by his father; admitted sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor 
Mr Newcome, January 24, aet. 'fere' 18. 

(11) Parrington, Henry, son of Valentine Farrington, M.D., 
Lancashire; bom at PrcHton ; school, Manchester (Mr Barrow); 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmuudson, February 2, aet. past 15. 15 

(12) Prince, William, son of William Prince, clerk (deceased), 
Devon ; born at Clovelly near Bideford ; bred at Barnstaple (Mr 
Lacke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor Mr Newcome, Febmary 
6, aet. past 17. 

(13) Bowe, Thomas, son of Antony Rowe, pewterer {stannarii), 20 
Durham ; born at Gateshead ; bred at Sedbergh and Newcastle ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Hall, tutor Mr Newcome, February 7, 
aet. 19. 

(14) Powell, Joseph, son of Roger Powell, gentleman, Hereford; 
born at Withington ; bred at Hereford (Mr Traherne) ; admitted 25 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, February 11, aet ' fere ' 18. 

(15) Boughton, Henry, son of Le Neve Boughton, clerk, 
Yorks ; born in York ; schools, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 5 years, 
Westminster (Dr Friend) 3 years; admitted sizar for Mr Prior, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, February 22, aet 18. 30 

(16) Creyke, Balph, son of Ralph Creyke, gentleman, Yorks; 
born at Marton near Burlington ; schools, Wakefield (Mr Clarke) 
3 years, Rotheram (Mr Withers) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, February 25, aet 18. 

(17) Bumeby, Andrew, son of Andrew Burneby, clerk, 35 
Leicestershire ; born at Asafordby near Melton ; bred there (Mr 
Henley) 4 years, also at Okeham (Mr Wright) 5 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, March 6, aet 18. 

(18) Pindar, John, son of Richard Pindar, 'yeoman,' Yorks; 
born at Langton near Malton ; bred at Thornton (Mr Dowbiggin) 40 
2 years; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Mr 
Newcome, March 6, aet 18. 

(19) Cornwall, Charles, son of Frederick Cornwall, clerk, 
Salop ; born at Berrington near Lempster ; school, Charterhouse 
(Dr Walker) 5 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 45 
March 17, aet 17. 



ADMISSIONS. 1721. 27 

(20) Leaver, William, B.A. of New College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, March 22. 

Omnibus in Christo Fidelibus salutem in Domino Sempitemam. 

Cum Gulielmus Leaver A.B. e Nov. Coll. in Oxon., nuper Capel- 

5 lanus, Literas nostras testimoniales de vita sua laudabili morumque 

probitate concedi sibi petierit; Nos Custos et Socii ejusdem CoUegii 

testamur eundem Gulielmum Leaver quamdiu apud nos vixerit, pie, 

sobrie et stndiose vitam suam instituisse, nee quicquam unquam 

tenuisse Ecclesiae Anglicanae Doctrinae sen disciplinae contrarium 

lo seu derogativum : In cujus rei testimonium Nomina nostra et Cog- 

nomina, una cum sigillo quo in hoc casu utimur, praesentibus 

apposuimus. 

Dat. e Coll. Nov. Jobs. Dobson, Custos. 

Febr. 2200, 172J. Tho. Swallow, Vice-custos. 

15 Jobs. Burton, Burs. 

(21) Pinsent, John, son of John Pinsent, clerk, Herts; bom at 
Digswell near Welling ; bred there (Mr Hassell) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Newcome, March 22, aet. past 16. 

(22) Smith, Francis, son of Thomas Smith, innkeeper (pan- 
20 dochei), Sussex; bom at Battell; bred there and also at Maidstone 

school (Mr Walwyn) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Edmundson, March 24, aet. past 1 7. 

1721. 

(23) Lister, John, son of James Lister, gentleman, Yorks ; 
bora at Halifax ; schools, Wakefield (Mr Clarke), Bradford (Mr 

25 Hill) one year ; admitted sizar for Dominus Eyles, tutor l)r Ed- 
mundson, March 25, aet. ' prope ' 18. 

(24) Smith, William, son of John Smith, gentleman, Yorks ; 
bom at Cawood ; schools, York (Mr Herbert) 5 years, then 
Sherbourne (Mr Moseley) 2 years; admitted pensioner, tutor and 

30 surety Dr Edmundson, March 27, aet. ' prope' 18. 

(25) Wilmot, Richard, sou of Robert Wilmot, gentleman, 
Derbyshire ; born in Derby ; bred there (Mr Blackwell) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 29, aet. 16. 

(26) Gordoun, Robert, son of Robert Gordoun, gentleman, 
35 Durham ; born at Woolsingham ; bred at Durham (Mr Rosse) ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Lisle, tutor Mr Newcome, March 29, aet. 17. 

(27) Henchman, Joseph, son of Joseph Henchman, clerk, Kent ; 
born at Chatham ; bred at Buddesdale, Suffolk (Mr Mayboume) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Smith, tutor Mr Newcome, May 26, aet. 

40 past 17. 

(28) Carter, Thomas, son of William Carter, esquire, Beds ; 
born at Turvey ; bred at Woolaston, Northamptonshire ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 31, aet. 18. 

(29) Taylor, John, sou of John Taylor, barber {tonsoris), Salop; 
45 bom in Shrewsbury ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Lloyd) ; admitted 

sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor Mr Newcome, June 7, aet. 17. 



88: ADMISSIONS. 1721. 

(30) Wilson, William, son of Isaac "Wilson, husbandman 
{agricolae), Lancasliire ; born at Stainton Gap near Ulverstone ; 
schools, Urswick (Mr Holmes) 7 years and Kendal, Westmorland (Mr 
Towers) m(»re than one year ; admitted sizar for Dominus EyleM, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 12, aet 20. 5 

(31) Gorges, Bobert, son of Henry Gorges, gentleman, Here- 
fordshire, born at Eye near Lemster; schools. Coney Hatch (Mr 
Ellis), Hereford ^Mr Kodd) about 4 years; admitted fellow commoner, 
tutor Mr Johnson, June 20, aet. past 18. 

(32) Dod, Richard, son of Theophilus Dod, innkeeper 10 
(pandochei), Salop; bom in Shrewsbury; school, Shrewsbury (Mr 
Lloyd) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor Mr Newcome, June 
21, aet 'fere' 18. 

(33) Kesrsel, Nicolas, A.B. of Balliol College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, June 26. 1 5 

Memorandum Quod idem Nicolaus Keysell (sic) Literas secum 
attulit satis authenticas de Oradu A.B. (omnino secundum formam) 
in dicto Collegio suscept. Mart. 4. Anno D. 1717 signatasque 

Oxen. April 10, 1721. Geo. Cooper. 

(34) Wombwell, George, son of William Wombwell, gentleman, 20 
Yorks ; born at Wombwell near Annesley ; bred in his father's 
house (Mr HoUlsworth) also in York school (Mr Herbert) 4 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Johnson, June 26, aet. past 19. 

(35) Bakes, John, son of William Rakes, husbandman {agricolae), 
Yorks; born at Eshton near Skipton ; school, Threshfield (Mr 25 
Marshall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Symonds, tutor and surety Mr 
Newcome, Juno 28, aet. 20. 

(36) Bothery, William, son of Robert Rothery 'tunicarum 
pueril. fabricutoris,' Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred in Chelsey 
(Mr Close) about 6 years, also in Westminster school (Dr Friend) 30 
' fere ' 1^ years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, June 29, 
aet. past 16. 

(37) Beatniffe, Samuel, son of John Beatnifie, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire ; born at Houghton near Great Grimsby; bred at Barnaby, 
Lincolnshire (Barnetby ?) (Mr Thompson) and last at Beverley, Yorks 35 
(Mr Johnston) a little more than three years ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Leake, tutor Mr Newcome, June 29, aet. 18. 

(:i8) Walker, Christopher, son of Christopher Walker, husband- 
man (agricolae), Yorks ; born at Hedon ; school, Beverley (Mr 
Johnston) ; admitted e>izar for Dr Lambert, tutor Dr Edmundson, 40 
June 29, aet. 'fere' 17. 

(39) Matthews, Andrew, B.A. of Jesus College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 30. 

Memorandum. Quod idem Andreas Matthews literas secum attnlit 
satis authenticas db Gradu A.B. (omnino secnndum formam) in dicta 45 
Academia suscept. die Octob. 14, 1709. Signatas 

Oxon. Jon. 11, 1721. Geo. Cooper. 



ADMISSIONS. 



1721. 



29 



Omnibus in Gbristo Fidelibns ad quos praesens hoc scriptum per- 
venerit salutem et debitam Reverentiam. 

Cum pium et officiosum sit veritati testimonium perhibere, praeser- 
tim cum ad hoc simus specialiter requisiti, cumque Andreas Matthews, 
e A.B. e Collegio Jesu Oxoniensis Literas nostras testimoniales de vita 

sua laudabili morumque integritate, sibi a nobis concedi petierit; 
nos tam honestae ejus petitioni (quantum in nobis fuerit) obsecundare 
volentes, Testamur et Testatum facimus, praedictum Andream Mat- 
thews per totum illud tempus quo apud nos vixerit sedulam suis 
lo navasse operam studiis, vitamque suam pie et sobrie semper institu- 

isse ; Et praeterea in iis quae ad Religionem spectant, nihil unquam 
(quoad scimus) vel tenuisse vel credidisse, nisi quod consonum sit 
veritati Christianae et Catholicae, et quod Ecclesia Anglicana appro- 
bat et tuetur. 

I ^ In hujus rei testimonium nomina nostra Bubscripsimus 

Datum e Coll. Jesu Luc. Williams. 

Oxon. Johan. Brickdal. 

Sept. 9°° Anno D"' ITIO"". Jacobus Harcourt. 

Eubulus Thetwall. 
20 Johan. Jones. 

Griffinus Gunnis. 

(40) Squire, John, B.A. of Merton College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, surety Mr Newcome, June 30. 

Omnibus quorum interest haec infra scripta non nescire. 
25 Nos Custos et Socii CoUegii Mertoniensis testamur Johannem 

Squire nuper ex nostro Collegio, gradum Baccalaurei in Artibus sus- 
cepisse, mense Februarii a.d. mdccxiv. 

In cujus rei testimonium sigillum ejusdem Collegii afSximus, et 
nomina nostra subscripsimus 

30 Dat. e Coll. Merton. Jo. Holland, Custos. 

Decimo Sexto Calend. Junii Johan. Martin, M.D, 

A.D. MDCcxxi. Bloss. Tovey, LL.D. 

Rich. Meadowcourt, A.M. 

Gi. Trowe, M.B. 

35 (41) Smythe, Sidney Stafford, son of Henry Smythe, ' praefecti 
militum,' Middlesex; bom in London ; bred in Kensington (Mr 
Coxe) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, 
aet 'prope' 16. 

(42) Gawthrop, Thomas, son of Christopher G a wthrop, 'plebeii,' 
40 Yorks ; born at Dent near Kirby Lonsdale ; bred there (Mr Nelson), 

but last at Sedbergh school (Mr Saunders) 3 years ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Russell, tutor Mr Newcome, July 1, aet. 20. 

(43) Wilkinson, Matthew, son of John Wilkinson, clothier 
(pannijici), Yorks; born at Illingworth near Hallifax ; bred at 

45 Bradford (Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar for Mr Harrison, tutor Dr 
Edmundson, July 1, aet. ' prope' 18. 

(44) Roberts, William, son of Thomas Roberts, gentleman, 
Rutland; born at Wardley near Uppingham ; school, Uppingham 



so ADMISSIONS. 1721. 

(Mr Savage) 6 years, and last at home (Mr Wotton) 2 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Xewcome, July 3, aet. past 18. 

(45) Scott, Thomas, son of Robert Scott, husbandman {agri- 
eolae\ Yorks ; bom at Yokefleet near Holden ; bred at Beverley 
(Mr Johnstone) ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 5 
July 3, aet 'prope' 17. 

(46) Baker, Ferdinando, son of Francis Baker, gentleman, 
Durham ; bred at Whickhara, near Newcastle ; bred at home 
(Mr Bindlesse), for some years also at Morpeth school (Mr Gary) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, July 4, aet. 17. xo 

(47) Cooper, Thomas, son of John Cooper, clerk, Leicestershire ; 
bom at Wifordby near Melton ; bred at Nuneaton, Warwickshire 
(Mr Liptrott) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield, tutor Mr Newcome, 
'per vicarium,' July 1, aet past 17. 



If. c. 2^ 
[Admissions in the year -j p. 25 
Is. 20 



■ *7.] 15 



July 1721— July 1722. 
Admissiones a Julii 7™° Anno Dom. 1721. 

(1) Betts, John, son of John Betts, schoolmaster, Beds ; born 
at Maulden ; bred at Hitching, Herts (Mr Belsham) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor Mr Newcome, August 28, aet. ' fere ' 19. 

(2) Salisbury, William, son of William Salisbury, barrister 
ieautidici), Warwickshire ; bom at Atherstone ; school. Charterhouse 20 
(Dr Walker) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, September 

8, aet past 1.5. 

(3) Dell, Htimfrey, son of Humphrey (sic) Dell, jeweller 
(gemmarii), Middlesex; bom in London; school, St Paul's (Dr 
Ayscough) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 25 
September 18, aet. past 15. 

(4) Fayting, Nicholas, son of John Fayting 'factor' at 
Blackwell Hall, Middlesex ; school, Merchant Taylors (Mr Parsell 
and Dr Smith) ; admitted sizar for Mr Yardley, tutor Mr Newcome, 
September 30, aet. ' fere '19. 30 

(5) Chace, Thomas, son of Samuel Chace, brick-maker (la- 
terarii), Middlesex ; bom in Loudon ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 2, aet 18. 

(6) Bay, Benjamin, son of Joseph Ray, merchant Lincolnshire; 
bom at Spalding ; bred there (Mr Neeve) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 35 
Mr Newcome, October 10, aet. 17. 

(7) Fowler, Chappel, son of George Fowler, mercer (m^ciarii), 
Notts, bora in Southwell ; schools, Southwell (Mr Neepe) for some 
time, but chiefly Newark (Mr Warburton) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Bradfield, tutor Mr Newcome, October 14, aet 17. 40 

(8) Brett, William, son of William Brett, gentleman, Somerset; 



ADMISSIONS. 172|. 31 

born at East Chinnock ; bred at Crewkem (Mr Pilver) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 17, aet. 18. 

(9) Lyn, George, son of George Lyn, esquire, Middlesex ; 
bom in London ; school, Spalding, Lines (Mr Neeve) ; admitted 

5 fellow commoner, tutor Mr Newcome, November 1, aet. 15. 

(10) Seward, Benjamin, son of John Seward, steward {dis- 
pensator), to Lord Windsor, Worcestershire ; born at Badsey near 
Evesham ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 3 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, November 2, aet. ' fere' 16. 

10 (11) Carr, William, son of Richard Carr, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks ; bom at Pocklington ; school, Pocklington (Mr 
Lantrow and Mr Baker) ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, November 4, aet. 1 8. 

(12) Aspinwall, Ireland, son of Edward Aspinwall, gentleman, 
15 Middlesex; born in Islinjyton ; school, Chester (Mr Henshaw) ; 

admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, November 22, 
aet. 18. 

(13) Chevalier, Nathaniel Michael, son of John Chevalier, 
clerk, Rutland; born at Greetham ; bred at Corby, Lincolnshire 

20 (Mr Lucas) 7 years, and last at Okeham School (Mr Wright) 2 years; 
admitted sizar for Mr Lynn (sic), tutor Mr Newcome, January 6, 
aet. past 18. 

(14) Brownsmith, Andrew, son of John Brownsmith, clerk, 
SuflFolk ; bora at Pakenham ; taught by his father ; admitted sizar 

25 for Mr Symonds, tutor Mr Newcome, January 19, aet. 17. 

(15) Dixon, William, son of Edward Dixon, husbandman 
{agricolae), Lancashire; bom at Hawkshead ; bred there (Mr Hunter); 
admitted sizar for Mr Shaw, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 1, aet. 
past 17. 

30 (16) Burton, John, son of Richard Burton, clerk, Yorks ; 
bom at Muston near HoUingby ; school, Pocklington (Mr Baker) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Chappelow, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 2, 
aet. past 17. 

(17) Swale, Richard, son of John Swale, *in arte scribendi 
35 praeceptoris,' Yorks ; born in York ; school, Sherboume (Mr Moseley) ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Williams, tutor Mr Newcome, March 6, 
aet. past 18. 

(18) Tennant, Francis, son of Richard Tennant, barrister 
(causidici), Yorks ; born at Milbeck in the parish of Sedbergh ; 

40 school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 6 years ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Downes, tutor Mr Newcome, March 15, aet. 'fere' 21. 

(19) Heblethwait, Thomas, son of Joshua Heblethwait, 'yeo- 
man,' Yorks; born in Dent; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders); 
admitted sizar for Mr Oldham, tutor and surety, Mr Newcome, 

45 March 15, aet. past 18. 



32 ADMISSIONS. 1722. 

1722. 

(20) Holmes, Joseph, son of Joseph Holmes, maltster {bratia- 
torit), Yorks ; born at LightcliflFe in the parish of Halifax ; school, 
Threshfield (Mr Marshall) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Lynn 
(sic), tutor Mr Newcome, March 26, aet past 17. 

(21) Grantham, Bobert, son of Leonard Grantham, barrister 5 
{eatuidici). Cheshire, bom in the city of Cliester; bred there (Mr 
Henchman); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 
March 30, aet. 18. 

(22) Bird, John, son of John Bird, clerk, Surrey ; bom at 
Ryegate; taught by his father; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr to 
Edmundson, Ajiril 20, aet. past 13. 

(23) Tatham, Balph, son of Ralph Tatham, gentleman, Durham ; 
bora at Bishopton near Stockton ; bred at Darlington (Mr Richardson) 
4 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Lisle, tutor Mr Newcome, April 21, 
aet past 19. 15 

(24) Wilson, Thomas, son of Charles Wilson, farmer {firmarii\ 
Notts ; born at Arnold near Nottingham ; bred at Southwell 
(Mr Laml)e) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Johnson, 
May 10, aet. past 16. 

(25) Barber, George, son of William Barber, husbandman {agri- 20 
colae) Yorks; born at Kippax near Pontefract; bred at Sherboume 
(Mr Moseley) and last for some time in Sedbergh school (Mr Saunders); 
admitted sizar for Mr Thomas, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 
May 12, aet. past 17. 

(26) Turner, Hammond, son of William Turner, 'pecudum 25 
saginatoris,' Norfolk ; born at Wendling ; bred at Lougliton (Mr 
Browne) 4 years and then at Chesterfield (Mr Burrough) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Rigden, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, May 
17, aet. past 20. 

(27) Bellamy, George, son of Robert Bellamy, husbandman 30 
{agricolae), Durham ; born at Moorhouse in the parish of Houghton 

le Spring; schools, Durham (Mr Randall) 4 years, Houghton (Mr 
Nelson) 1 year ; admitted sizar * for the Master, tutor Mr Newcome, 
May 19, aet. 18. 

(28) Bedford, WilHam, son of Hilkiah Bedford, clerk, Middle- 35 
sex; school, Westminster (Dr Friend); admitted sizar ^ for the 
Master, tutor Mr Johnson, May 29, aet 17. 

(29) Stubbinge, John, son of Godfrey Stubbinge, gentleman, 
Derbyshire; born at Whittington near Chesterfield; school, Chester- 
field (Mr Burrough) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 40 
May 30, aet past 17. 

(30) Pegge, Samuel, son of Christopher Pegge, mercer {mer- 
ctarti), Derbyshire ; born at Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrough) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 30, aet past 17. 

' In these cases the term ia $izator instead of subsizator the usual 
term. 



ADMISSIONS. 1722. 33 

(31) Wright, Thomas, M.A., of Royston ; admitted fellow 
commoner, surety Dr Edmundson, May 31. 

(32) Haigh, Richard, son of Henry Haigh, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks ; born at Quarnby (or perhaps Queenby) near Halifax ; 

5 schools, Bradford (Mr Hill) 2 years and last at Sedbergh, one 
year; admitted sizar for Mr Leeke, tutor Mr Newcome, June 6, 
aet. past 18. 

(33) Holmes, Edward, son of John Holmes, hosier {tiblalium, ven- 
ditoris), Yorks ; born in Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saimders) : 

lo admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 
June 6, aet. past 19. 

(34) Shaw, Samuel, B.A. of Clare Hall, admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, June 9. 

Memorandum, Quod idem Samuel Shaw literas secum attulit satis 
1 5 authenticas de vita sua probata, veniaque ad quodvis aliud Collegium 

transmigrandi, signatas 

Aul. Clar. Ed. Clarke, Praes. 

Junii 18. 1722. Rob. Greene, Tutor. 

(35) Godly, Michael, son of Joseph Godly, ' pannificis,' Yorks ; 
2o bom at Trimmingam near Halifax ; school, Halifax (Mr Lister) ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Dean, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, June 
12, aet. past 17. 

(36) Sutcliflfe, Joseph, son of Jonathan SutcliflFe, draper 
(pannarii), Yorks ; born at Stansfield near Halifax ; bred first at 

25 Heptinstall near Halifax (Mr Wilson) then at Burnley, Lancashire 
(Mr Robertshire) ; admitted sizar for Mr Williams, tutor Mr 
Newcome, June 12, aet. past 18. 

(37) Marsh, John, son of Richard Mai-sh, clerk, Kent ; bom at 
Longdon Abbey near Dover ; school, Canterbury (Mr Smith) ; 

30 admitted sizar for Domiims Eyles, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 18 
aet. past 17. 

(38) Jebb, John, son of Samuel Jebb, maltster (brasiatoris), 
Notts; bom at Mansfield; bred there (Mr Hucklebridge) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Johnson, June 19, aet. 

35 'circ. 16.' 

(39) Carre, George, son of George Carre, ' in re nautica &c 
institutoris,' Northumberland ; born in Newcastle ; bred there 
(Mr Lodge) ; admitted sizar for Mr Russel, tutor and surety Mr New- 
come, June 21, aet. past 17. 

40 (40) Bowen, William, from Jesus College, Oxford ; admitted 
fellow commoner, surety Mr Newcome, June 25. 

Memorandum. This is to certify y' Mr William Bowen was ad- 
mitted into our College Feb. 17. 170|, y' he was regularly enter'd on 
y* Law-line Octob. 16, 1711. y* during his continuance with us he 
AC kept fourteen terms, during which time he behav'd himself very 

soberly and regularly : But being presented to a Living in Pembroke- 

s. 3 



34 ADMISSIONS. 1722. 

shire, which he constantly senr'd, was prevented from keeping a 

statutable residence here 
Jes. Coll. Oxon. W. Jones prll, 

21 June 1722. Thomas Pardo, 

B.D. and fellow. e 

(41) Richmond, Thomas, A.B. of Balliol College, 0.tford, 
Wiltshire ; Hdniitted pensioner, surety Mr Rigden, Juno 29. 

Onmibus in Christo fidelibus ad quos hoc praesens soriptum per- 
Tenerit, Salutem. Nos Magister et Socii Collegii Baliolensis in 
Universitate Oxon : testamur Thomam Richmond admissum fuisse i o 
comunarium Collegii nostri Termino S" Hilarii Anno Domini 17|i 
et gradum Baccalaurei m Artibus suscepisse Termino S" Micbaelis 
Anno Domini 1715 et e CoUegio nostro decessisse Termino S*^ 
Trinitatis Anno Domini 1716. 

Insuper testamur praefatum Thomam Richmond pie sobrie et 15 
honeste vitam institnisse, quamdiu apud nos commoratus fuerit, 
sedulam studiis operam navasse, Begi fidelem extitisse, nihilque 
ecclesiae Anglicanae Doctrinae vel Disciplinae contrarium (quantum 
scimus) unquam teuuisse scripsisse vel docuisse. In quorum 
omnium Testimonium, praesens hoc scriptum Sigillo Collegii, quo 20 
hac in parte utimur, munivimus, et nomina nostra nltro sub- 
scripsimus. 

Joh. Baron, Mag. 

Jos. Hunt, Soc. 

Ric. Monnox, Soc. 25 

J. Sanford, Soc. 

Tho. Rich, Soc. 

Gul. Best, Soc. 

Johan. Jones, Soc. 

(42) Loftus, Henry, son of James Loftus, *apud Jacobum 30 
Graham Prsefectum Militum Dispensatoris,' "Westmorland ; born at 
Lawrence House, in the parish of Hearsoni ; school, Sedbergh (Mr 
Saunders) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bernard, tutor Mr Newcome, June 
26, aet. ' prope ' 20. 

(43) Smith, Robert, son of Robert Smith, 'firmarii et pecudum 35 
saginatoris,' Rutland ; bom at Liddington ; school, Uppingham (Mr 
Savage and Mr Reddall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Palmer, tutor and 
surety Dr Edmundson, June 29, aet * fere ' 18. 

(44) Robinson, Thomas, son of John Robinson, gentleman, 
Durham ; bom at Darlington ; bred there (Mr Richardson) ; ad- 40 
mitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor Mr Newcome, June 30, aet. 
past 18. 

(45) Jen3rns, Soame, son of Roger Jenyns, knight, Middlesex ; 
bora in London ; taught in his father's house (Mr Hill and Mr 
White) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmund- 45 
son, July 2, aet. 17. 

46) Dod, Thomas, son of Thomas Dod, head cook of St John's 
College, Cambs ; born at Witzer ; at the King's School, Cambridge 



ADMISSIONS. 1722. 35 

(Mr Redman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Thomas, tutor and surety Dr 
Edmundson, July 2, aet. past 17. 

(47) Lloyd, Talbot, son of Talbot Lloyd, 'prsefecti militum,' 
Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; ad- 
5 mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 3, aet. past 18. 

(48) Oreenhalgli, Henry, son of Richard Greenhalgh, iron- 
monger (mercatoris ferrarii), Middlesex; born in London; bred at 
Bury, Lancashire (Mr Rider) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr 
Edmundson, July 6, aet. 'circ' 19. 



I 8. 28 J 



10 [Admissions in the year -! p. 15 J- 48.] 



July 1722— July 1723. 

Admissiones a Julii 7°"* a.d. 1722. 

(1) Wentworth, Godfrey, son of Godfrey Wentworth, gentle- 
man, Yorks ; born at Brodsworth, near Doncaster ; school, Wakefield 
(Mr Clark); admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 
21, aet. 17. 
1 5 (2) Smith, Joseph, son of John Smith, butcher (lanii), Wilts ; 
bom in Marlborough ; school, Charterhouse (Dr Walker) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Eyles, tutor Dr Edmundson, September 22, aet. 17. 

(3) Woodroffe, John, son of William WoodroflFe, clerk, Cambs ; 
bom in Balsam ; school, Felsted (Mr Hutchins) ; admitted sizar for 

20 Mr Cayley, tutor Mr Johnson, October 10, aet. past 17. 

(4) Moore, Thomas, son of Henry Moore, gentleman, Somerset- 
shire ; born at Coker, near Yeovil ; bred at Sherburne (Mr Wilding) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 11, aet. past 18. 

(5) Jenkin, Robert, son of Henry Jenkin, Rector of Tilney, 
25 Norfolk; boru at Holm; bred at Beckswell (Mr Foster); admitted 

sizar for the Master, tutor Dominus Jenkin, October 17, aet. past 18. 

(6) Massey, Robert, son of Trafford Massey, grocer {aroma- 
tarii), Cheshire ; bom in the city of Chester ; bred there (Mr 
Henchman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 

30 October 19, aet. past 16. 

(7) Nourse, Major, son of Peter Nourse, D.D., Hants ; bom at 
Droxford ; bred at Southampton (Mr Kingsman) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, October 20, aet. past 17. 

(8) Chalmers, James, M.A. of Aberdeen Univei-sity ; admitted 
35 fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, November 6. 

(9) Johnson, Walter, 'hujus collegii olim alummus^' admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, November 10. 

1 Walter Johnson was first admitted to the College 30 March 1703. 
See Part n. p. 165, No. 17. 

3—2 



36 ADMISSIONS. 172§— 1723. 

(10) Jenkin, Thomas, son of John Jenkin, barrister (catuidici), 
Kent; bom at Wye; bred at Biddenden( Mr Gaudy); admitted sizar 
for Mr Kigden, tutor Mr Johnson, December 14. 



(11) Powel, William, son of William Powel, gentleman, Wales ; 
bom at Nanteos, Cardiganshire ; bred at Hereford (Mr Traljerne) ; 5 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Newcome, January 14, aet 
'fere' 17. 

(12) Scot, John, son of Benjamin Scot, 'unus e Telonariis apud 
Lond-,' Wilts ; bom at Chippenham ; bred at Marlborough (Mr 
Hildrop) ; admitted sizar for Mr Wrigley, tutor Dr Edmundson, i o 
February 12, aet. past 18. 

(13) Hazelhurst, Joseph, son of Henry Hazelburst, husband- 
man (agricotae), Cheshire ; bom at Synderland, in the parish of 
Bowdon ; bred at Lym, Cheshire (Mr Spencer) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Mr Robinson, Februai'y 19, aet 21. 15 

(14) Fleming, John, son of William Fleming, barrister {cauii- 
dici), Yorks ; born at Kippax ; bred at Sherboume and Wakefield ; 
admitted sizar for Dominus W^ilsou, tutor and surety Dr Iklmundson, 
March 14, aet 'fere' 17. 

(15) Meyrick, Essex, son of John Meyrick, gentleman, Wales ; 20 
bora at Pembroke ; taught in his father's house (Mr Clarke) ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Clarke, March 21, aet 'circa' 18. 

(16) Creswell, William, son of John Creswell, goldsmith {auri 
fdbri) ; Kent ; born in Rochester ; bred there (Mr Colson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, March 21, aet. past 17. ^5 

1723. 

(17) Scot, Joshua, son of Thomas Scot, gentleman, Yorks ; bom 
in Hull ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Featherston- 
haugh ; tutor and surety Mr Chappelow, March 27, aet 'fere' 19. 

(18) Lndlam, John, son of John Ludlam, mercer {mercerii), 
Yorks ; born at Bamsley ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; admitted 3° 
sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 30, aet. ' fere' 16. 

(19) Wood, Q«orge, son of John Wood, maltster (Tbrasialoris), 
Yorks ; born at Smithes ; bred at Huddersfield (Mr Smyth) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Wrigley, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 30, aet 18. 

(20) Spearman, Charles, son of Gilbert Spearman, barrister-at- 35 
law {causidici repagularis), Durham ; bora in Durham ; school, West- 
minster (Dr Friend) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Newcome, March 30, aet past 16. 

(21) Bold, Robert, son of Thomas Bold, clothier (jpannifici), 
Yorks ; born at Scothill, near Wakefield ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; 40 
admitted sizar for Dominus Archer, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 4, 
aet 27. 

(22) Foljambe, Francis, son of Francis Foljambe, esquire. 



ADMISSIONS. 



1723. 



37 



Yorks ; born at Aldwarke ; bred at Kirk Leathern (Mr Clarke) ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 20, aet. 18. 

(23) Potter, Thomas, son of Henry Potter, gentleman, Lan- 
cashire ; born at Knowsley, near Liverpool ; bred at Much Woolton 

5 (Mr Holmes), and last for more than half a year at Warrington (Mr 
Hayward); admitted sizar for Mr Shaw, tutor and surety Dr 
Edmundson, April 22, aet. past 18. 

(24) Eccles, Joseph, son of Joseph Eccles, farmer {firmarii), 
Yorks ; bom at Coley, near Halifax ; bred at Hipperholm (Mr 

lo Sharpe) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Wilson, tutor Dr Edmundson, 

April 29, aet. 18. 

(2.5) Kirkby, John, son of Thomas Kirkby, clerk, Yorks ; bom 

at Lownsborough ; taught by his father ; admitted sizar for Dr 

Waller, tutor Mr Newcome, May 4, aet. 18. 
15 (26) Dent, Thomas, son of William Dent, 'pecudum sagina- 

toris,' Leicestershire ; bom at Hallaton ; school, Uppingham (Mr 

Savage and Mr Reddall) 5 years; admitted sizar for Mr Newton, 

tutor Mr Newcome, May 9, aet. 'fere' 19. 

(27) Sandford, Daniel, son of Daniel Sandford, 'serici facti 
20 mercatoris,' Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred at Manchester (Mr 

Barrow) 7 years, and last at Wanslay, Derbyshire (Mr Fameworth) 
1 year ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 18, aet. 17. 

(28) Bobotom, Thomas, son of Thomas Robotom, 'senatoris 
urbani,' Norfolk ; bom at King's Lynn ; bred there (Mr Home) ; 

25 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, May 20, aet. 
'fere' 17. 

(29) Goulton, Cliristopher, son of Thomas Goulton, gentleman, 
Yorks ; bom at Bessingby, near Bridlington ; school, Beverley (Mr 
Tatham) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Chappelow, May 30, aet. 

30 past 16. 

(30) Hargreaves, James, son of James Hargreaves, clerk, 
Yorks ; born at Brandsburton ; school, Beverley (Mr Tatham) ; 
admitted sizar for Dr Lambert, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 30, aet. 
past 17. 

35 (31) Jackson, John, son of Richard Jackson, barrister (catm- 
dici), Yorks ; born at Clapham, near Settle ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Saunders) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, May 30, 
aet. past 16. 

(32) Mearson, Robert, son of Richard Mearson, husbandman 
40 (agricolae), Westmorland ; bom at Crostwaite ; schools, Hawkshead, 

Lancashire (Mr Hunter) 2 years, and last at Kendal (Mr Towers) 
half a year ; admitted sizar for Dominus Archer, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, June .5, aet. * circa ' 20. 

(33) Franke, Charles, son of Richard Franke, mercer, Notts ; 
45 bom at Southwell ; bred there (Mr Lambe) ; admitted sizar for 

Mr Cayley, tutor and surety Mr Drake, Juue 7, aet. 'fere' 18. 

(34) Pasham, James, son of John Pashani, bookseller Qnblio- 
J50^rt«) deceased, Northants; bora in Northampton (Antonae); bred 



38 ADMISSIONS. 1723. 

there (Mr Stiles) ; admitted sizar for Mr Russell, tutor Mr Newcome, 
June 11, aet. 17. 

(35) Head, John, son of William Head, farmer (^rmarii), Kent ; 
bom at Tunbridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 15, aet. past 17. 5 

(36) Ford, Thomas, son of Thomas Ford, innkeeper (pandoc/tet), 
Herefordshire ; born in Hereford ; bred there (Mr Tralieme) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, June 26, aet. past 18. 

(37) Cowperthwaite, George, son of George Cowperthwaite> 

* tributi publici inspectoris ', Westmorland; bom at Kendal; school, lo 
Sedbergh (Dr Saunders); admitted sizar for Mr Allott, tutor Mr 
Newcome, June 28, aet. ' fere' 18. 

(38) Kay, Richard, son of Richard Kay, clerk, Yorks ; bora at 
More Monckton, near York ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, June 28, aet. past 18. 15 

(39) Hollins, Philip, son of Philip Hollins, clerk, Yorks; 
bom at Ackworth near Pontefract ; school, Eton (Dr Bland) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Rigden, tutor Mr Newcome, June 29, 
aet 19. 

(40) Dent, Peter, son of Peter Dent, gentleman, Cambs ; born 20 
in Cambridge ; bred at Felstead (Mr Hutchin) ; admitted sizar for 
Dr Berrj', tutor Mr Newcome, Jul}- 1, aet. past 17. 

(41) Sismey, Thomas, sou of John Sismey ' pecudam sagina- 
toris ', Rutland ; bora at Thorpe near Uppingham ; school, Stamford 
(Mr Turner) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 25 
July 1, aet past 18. 

rf.c.5] 

[Admissions in the year j p. 14 V 41]. 

(s. 22) 

July 1723— July 1724. 
Admissiones a Julii 5*° Anno Dom. 1723. 

(1) Belgrave, Con, son of Cornelius Belgrave, clerk, Rutland ; 
bom at Preston ; school, Uppingham (Mr Reddall) and Colchester 
(Mr Tumer) ' per aliquod tempus ' ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr 30 
Edmundson, June (sic July) 22, aet ' fere ' 17. 

(2) Ouny, Walter, son of Richard Cuny, gentleman, Wales ; 
bom in Pembroke; school, Hereford (Mr Traheme) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, July 27, aet ' fere ' 18. 

(3) Dewhurst, William, son of Clayton Dewhurst husbandman 35 
{agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Ribchester near Preston ; bred at 
Houghton (Mr Northcrosse) ; admitted sizar for Dr Lambert, tutor 
and surety Dr Edmundson, August 13, aet past 19. 

(4) Taylor, Daniel, son of Daniel Taylor, clerk, America; 
bora in the County of New Kent, Virginia ; bred at William and 40 
Mary Collie (Mr Frye) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, August 
17, aet 'fere' 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 172f. 



39 



(5) Prudom, John, son of John Priidom, merchant, Middlesex ; 
born in London ; bred at home (Mr Kidley) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor Mr Newcome, October 4, aet. 1 9. 

(6) Cholmely, Robert, son of James Cholmely, esquire ; bom 
5 in London ; school, Marlborough (Mr Hildrop) ; admitted pensioner, 

tutor Mr Newcome, October 7, aet. 'fere ' 17. 

(7) Boswell, Dillingham, son of John Boswell, butcher 
{lanii), Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, Merchant Taylors' 
(Dr Smith) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, October 23, 

10 aet. 18. 

(8) Fogg, Orlando, son of Arthur Fogg, D.D., Cheshire ; bom 
in Chester ; bred there (Mr Henchman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, October 26, aet. 17. 

(9) Latter, Edmund, son of Edmund Latter, farmer {firmarii). 
15 Kent; born in Tun bridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer); admitted 

sizar for Mr Featherstonehaugh, tutor Dr Edmundson, November 
25, aet. past 16. 

(10) Fidler, Thomas, son of Jasper Fidler, farmer {firmarii), 
Derbyshire ; born at Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burroughs) ; 

20 admitted sizar for Dr Edmundson, his tutor and surety, November 29, 
aet. 18. 



172|. 

(11) Baxter, John, son of Robert Baxter, clerk, Cheshire; 
born at Lymra near Nutsford ; bred at Wrexham (Mr Appleton) 
' per annum integrum proximo elapsum ' ; admitted sizar for Mr 

25 Culm, tutor Dr Edmundson, January 21, aet. past 18. 

(12) Tufton, Thomas, youngest son of the Honourable Sack- 
vile Tufton, esquire, Northamptonshire ; bom at Newbottle ; edu- 
cated in his father's house there (Henry Hall); admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Drake junior, January 9, aet. 20. 

30 (13) Bridges, Lord Henry, second son of James Duke of 
Chandois (Chandos), Middlesex ; bom at Kensington ; school, 
Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and 
surety Mr Newcome, February 1, aet. 16. 

(14) Noel, Baptist, Earl of Gainsborough, eldest son of Baptist 
35 Noel late Earl of Gainsborough, Rutland ; bom at Eynning ; school, 

Eton (Dr Bland) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Newcome, February 26, aet. past 15. 

(15) Smith, John, son of John Smith, husbandman {agricolae), 
Somerset ; born at Stokegomer ; bred at Taunton (Mr Upton) ; 

40 admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, February 26, aet. past 19. 

Memorandum. Quod idem Johannes Smith accessit ad nos e 
Gollegio Keginali et Literas secum attulit satis authenticas a tutors 
ejus Mro Buiford signatas. 

(16) Nabhs, William, son of John Nabbs, husbandman {agri- 
45 colae), Lancashire ; bora at Charaock; bred at Rivington (Mr Pier- 



40 ADMISSIONS. 1724. 

point) ; admitted sizar for Mr Cayley, tutor and surety Mr Drake 
junior, March 6, act 18. 

(17) Yate, Francis, Cumberland; A.B. of Queen's College, 
Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Ednmndsun, March 14. 

Memorandnm. Quod idem Francincus Yate literas secum attulit 5 
satis authenticas de gradu A.B. in dicta Acad, suscept. die Maii 2'', 
1721 signataa a Georgio Cowper, Begistrario. 

(18) Storie, John, A.B. of St John's College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Leeke, March 14. 

Memorandum. Quod idem Johannes Storie litteras seonm attulit lo 
satis authenticas de gradu A.B. in dicta Academia suscept. die 14to 
Decembris 1694 signatas a Mro Cowper Begistrario. 

(19) Level, Edward, son of K Level, D.D., Surrey; bom at 
Moulsey ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, March 18, aet. past 16. 15 

(20) Bellamy, Edward, son of Edward Bellamy, clerk, Cambs ; 
bom at Wisbich ; bred there (Mr Carter) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Newcome, March 20, aet 17. 

(21) Davison, George, son of Thomas Davison, physician 
(medici), Durham ; born in Durham ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; 20 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Newcome, March 21, 
aet 18. 

(22) Peyton, Henry, son of Sir Sewster Peyton, baronet, 
Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Williams, March 23, aet 17. 25 

1724. 

(23) Searl, John, son of J. Searl, clerk, Essex ; bred at Felstead 
(Mr Hutchin) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 6, 
aet 16. (Admitted fellow commoner 1725. Note in margin.) 

(24) Hill, Rowland, son of John Hill, gentleman, Salop ; 
bom at Hawxton ; bred at Richmond, Surrey (Mr Mackeuzey) ; 30 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Clarkjunior, April 7, aet past 18. 

(25) Palmer, Charles, son of C. Palmer, gentleman, Bucks; 
bom at Hay near Uxbridge ; school, Eton (Mr Newborough) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, April 14, aet 17. 

(26) Birket, Thomas, son of T. Birket, clerk, deceased, Cum- 35 
berlaud ; bom at Whitehaven ; bred at St Bees (Mr Jackson) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor Dr Edmimdson, April 15, 
aet past 17. 

(27) Smallwood, Thomas, son of T. Smallwood, Derbyshire ; 
bom at Ashbourne ; bred at Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale) ; 40 
admitted sizar for Dominus Nicking, tutor Mr Newcome, April 17, 
aet 18. 

(28) Harrison, Joseph, son of William Harrison, plumber 
iplumbarii), Yorks ; born at Glusbume in Keldwick ; bred at 



ADMISSIONS. 1724. 41 

Threshfield (Mr Marshall), 12 years ; admitted sizar for Dominus 
Nairn, tutor Mr Newcome, April 18, aet. 20. 

(29) Topham, Matthew, son of Christopher Topham, husband- 
man {agricolae), Yorks ; born at Cressington near Skipton ; school, 

5 Threshfield (Mr Marshall) 10 years; admitted sizar for Dominus 
Stillingfleet, tutor Mr Newcome, April 18, aet. 17. 

(30) Bedford, Thomas, son of Hilkiah Bedford, clerk, Middle- 
sex ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted sizar for Mr Cayley, 
tutor Mr Drake, May 5, aet. 17. 

lo (31) Jones, Edward, son of Randle Jones, attorney, Wales ; 
bred at Wrexham (Mr Appleton) ; admitted sizar for Dominus Fogg, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, May 8, aet. 17. 

(32) Peme, John, son of J. Perne, esquire Bedell of the 
University, Cambs ; born in Cambridge ; school, Bury (St Edmunds) ; 

15 admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Chappelow, May 18, aet. 17. 

(33) Holland, Thomas, son of John BoUand, Yorks ; bom at 
Kettlewell; bred at Threshfield, 7 years; admitted sizar for Mr 
Prudom, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, May 18, aet. 20. 

(34) Drake, John, son of Marmaduke Drake, clerk, Derbyshire ; 
20 born atBeighton ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar, tutor 

Mr Drake, junior. May 21, aet. past 17. 

(35) Budd, Anthony, son of Sir A. Rudd, Baronet, Wales; 
(birth-place left blank) ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, May 21, aet. 17. 

25 (36) Smith, George, son of William Smith, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks ; bom at Bank Newton ; bred at Bolton (Mr Carr) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, May 23, aet. 17. 

(37) Oumbrey, Robert, son of Henry Cumbrey, grocer {aroma- 
tarii), Rutland ; bred at Oakham (Mr Wright) ; admitted sizar, tutor 

30 Mr Newcome, May 23, aet. 17. 

(38) Barrel, Francis, son of F. Barrel, barrister (causidici), 
Kent; born in Rochester ; school, Rochester (Mr Colson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, May 26, aet. 17. (Fellow commoner 
1725. Note in margin.) 

35 (39) Ellys, William, son of Thomas EUys, cutler (cultellarii), 
Yorks ; born in SheflBeld ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Drake, junior, his tutor. May 29, aet. past 18. 

(40) Hodson, John, son of J. Hodson, clerk, Cheshire ; bora 
at Thurteston (Thurstaston) ; taught by his father ; admitted sizar, 

40 tutor Dr Edmundson, May 30, aet. 17. 

(41) Mall, John, son of Richard Mall 'stay-maker', Salop; 
bom in Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Owen) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Newcome, June 8, aet. past 15. 

(42) Taylor, John, son of Robert Taylor, blacksmith {fabri- 
45 ferrarii), Lancashire ; bom at Cockram near Lancaster ; school, 

Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, June 
9, aet. 17. 

(43) Green, John, son of J. Green, tax collector {telonarii). 



42 ADMISSIONS. 1724. 

Yorks ; born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Jefferson) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor I)r Edniundson, June 10, aet. paat 17. 

(44) Ross, William, son of John Ross, plumber {plumhurii), 
Lincolnshire ; bom at iStamford ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr 
Wright) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 13, aet 18. 5 

(4.5) Bosworth, Edwaxd, son of £. Bosworth, gentleman, 
Suffolk ; born at Sturston ; school. Bury (St Edmunds) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Newconie, June 22, aet. past 19. 

(46) Oddie, Thomas, son t)f William Oddie, gentleman, Yorks; 
bom at Stirkhouso near Gisbourue ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders); lo 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 26, aet 19. 

(47) Bagshaw, Richard, son of R. Bagshaw, esquire, Derbyshire; 
bora at Castleton ; bred at Chesterfield ; admitted fellow commoner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 29, aet 19. 

(48) Johnson, Humfrey, son of Joshua Johnson, M.A., Salop ; j e 
bom in Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Owen) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Newcome, June 29, aet. 15. 

(49) Philips, Richard, son of Isaac Philips, butcher {lanii), 
Salop ; bom in Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Owen) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Newcome, June 29, aet 16. 20 

(50) Tunstall, James, son of James Tunstall, attorney, Rich- 
mondshire ; born in Richmond ; bred at Slaidbum, Yorks (Mr 
Bradbury) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 29, aet 
past 16. 

(51) Bower, Francis, son of F. Bower, husbandman {agricdae), 25 
Derbyshire ; born near Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrow) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 29, aet. 17. 

(52) Dalton, John, son of J. Dalton, husbandman {agricdae), 
Notts ; bom at South-searl ; bred at Newark (Mr Warburton) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, July 1, aet 20. ^q 

(53) Moseley, Maurice, sou of M. Moseley, gentleman, Suffolk 
(Query Surrey, originally Middlesex, but this erased) ; bom in 
London ; school, Bury, Suffolk (Mr Kinnesman) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Rigden, July 6, aet. 19. 

(54) Hurd, Nathaniel, son of N. Hurd, gentleman, Staffordshire ; 3^ 
born at Mashfield ; bred at Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, July 9, aet 19. 

(55) Betts, Trubshaw, son of T. Betts, husbandman (agricolae), 
Cambs ; at school there, many years, last at St Ives ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Newcome, July 10, aet past 18. 40 

(f.c.6| 
[Admissions in the year - p. 20 ^ 65]. 
(s. 29) 



admissions. 1724 — 24. 43 

July 1724— July 1725. 

Admissiones a Julii 10 A.D. 1724. 

(I) Williamson, Edmund Thomas, son of Henry Williamson, 
esquire, Carabs ; born at March in the Isle of Ely ; bred at Isleworth, 
Middlesex (Samuel Hemniings, M.A.) ; admitted fellow commoner, 
tutor and surety Mr Williams, July 31. 

5 (2) Burnaby, Thomas, son of John Burnaby, gentleman, Mid- 
dlesex ; born in Kensington ; school, Charterhouse (Mr Walker) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, September 5, aet. past 16. 

(3) Hulse, John, son of Thomas Hulse, gentleman, Cheshire ; 
bom at Middle Wyche ; bred at Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale) ; 

TO admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, September 14, aet. 
past 16. 

(4) Baskervyle, John, son of J. Baskervyle, gentleman, Cheshire ; 
born at Withington ; bred at Stockport (Mr Dale) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor Mr Newcome, October 10, aet. 18. 

1 5 (5) Rake, John, son of Samuel Rake, gentleman, Somerset ; 
bom at Pens-Elwood ; bred at Pernton (?) (Mr Goldsborough) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, October 15, aet. 18. 

(6) Lewis, Lewis, son of Edward Lewis, gentleman, Wales ; 
bora at Machylleth ; bred at Llanegryn (Mr Edwards) ; admitted 

2o sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, October 24, aet. past 19. 

(7) Ellis, William, son of Timothy Ellis, gentleman, Yorks; 
bora at Doncaster ; bred at Brigg in the county of Lincoln (Mr 
Waterworth) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, October 
30, aet. 19. 

25 Memorandum quod idem Gul. Ellis secum attulit literas satis 

authenticas de vita sua laudabili, dum in Collegio Magdalensi 
versatus est : signatas a tutore ejus Mro Waterland. 

(8) Metcalfe, Richard, son of John Metcalfe, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Newbald ; bred at Walkington near 

30 Beverley (Mr Sedgwick) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
November 9, aet. past 20. 

(9) Hebberden, William, son of Richard Hebberden, gentleman, 
Surrey ; bora in Southwark ; bred there (Mr Symonds) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Mr Newcome, December 23, aet. 15. 

1724. 

35 (10) Ball, Samuel, son of Thomas Ball, D.D., Lincolnshire; 
bora at Gretford ; bred at Oundle, Northamptonshire (Mr Jones) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome Januarj' 5. 

(II) Qoddard, Henry, son of Edward Goddard, gentleman, 
Richmondshire ; bora at Richmond ; bred at Kirk-Leatham, Yorks 

40 (Mr Clark); admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, January 20, 
aet past 17. 



44 ADMISSIONS. 1725. 

(12) Davenport, Richard, son of George Davenport, gentleman, 
StaflFordshire ; born at Whitmore ; schools, Chester some years, then 
Westminster; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newoome, February 17, 
aet. past 18. 

(13) Fawcett, Richard, son of James Fawcett, fuller (fullonis), 5 
Yorks ; bom at Dent ; bred at Sedbergh ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr 
Newcome, March 5, aet. 21. 

(14) Melford, James, son of J. Melford, M.D., Lincolnshire ; 
bom at Bassington ; bred at Brigg (Mr Waterworth) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 10, aet 18. 10 

(15) Stor, Joseph, son of J. Stor, gentleman, Yorks ; bora at 
Hilston ; school, Beverley (Mr Tatham) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
MrChappelow, March 13, aet. 18. 

(16) Norcross, John, son of Thomas Norcross, husbandman 
(agricolae) ; bom at Ribchester; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders); 15 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 16, aet 26. 

(17) Broxholme, William, son of Francis Broxholme, attorney, 
Yorks ; born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Jefferson) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, March 22. 

(18) Berwick, Roger, son of John Borwick, husbandman 20 
{agricolae), Lancashire ; bora at Borwick Ground ; bred at Hawx- 
Head (Hawkshead), Lancashire (Mr Hunter) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, March 23, aet 21. 

1725. 

(19) Hall, Samuel, son of Joseph Hall, shoemaker {sutoris), 
Cheshire ; born at Coggelston ; bred there (Mr Malbon) 10 years ; 25 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 27, aet. past 19. 

(20) Waterhouse, Robert, son of Henry Waterhouse 'juris- 
consulti ', Yorks ; born at SheflSeld ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, April 1, aet. past 17. 

(21) Dickenson, John, son of Thomas Dickenson, plumber, 30 
(plumbarn), Yorks ; bom at SheflSeld ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, April 1, aet 17. 

(22) Midgley, Samuel, son of S. Midgley, gentleman, Yorks ; 
bora near {nov ita procul a) North Allerton ; bred at Bradford 
(Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 9, aet 19. 35 

(23) Chapman, Thomas, son of T. Chapman, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Bradford ; bred there (Mr Hill) ; admit- 
ted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 9, aet. past 17. 

(24) Hutchinson, Simon, son of Matthew Hutchinson, mer- 
chant, Richmondshire ; Ixjm in Richmond ; school, Richmond (Mr 40 
Close) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, April 9, aet 17. 

(25) Brook, William, son of Thomas Brook, clerk, Yorks ; 
born at Osborne ; school, Richmond (Mr Close) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Newcome, April 16, aet 18. 

(26) Penn, John, son of J. Penn, clerk, Notts ; bora at Ednistow 45 



ADMISSIONS. 1725. 45 

(Query Edwinstowe) near Mansfield ; bred at Pennystoue, Yorks (Mr 
Ramesden) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, April 16, aet. 17. 

(27) Hough, Thomas, son of T. Hough, clerk, Yorks ; bom at 
Pennystone ; bred there (Mr Ramesden) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr 

5 Drake, April 16, aet. IS. 

(28) Rowse, Oliver, son of Samuel Rowse, clerk, Devonshire ; 
bom at Huish ; bred at Tiverton (Mr Rayner) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Newcome, April 28, aet. 17. 

(29) Cradock, John, son of William Cradock, clerk, Salop; 
lo born at Donington ; bred at {in schola libera de, erased) Trentham, 

Staffordshire (Mr Hargreaves) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
April 29, aet. 17. 

(30) Townsend, G-errard, son of G. Townsend, esquire, Cheshire ; 
born at Christleton ; bred at Chester (Mr Henchman) ; admitted 

IS pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 30, aet 18. 

(31) Wright, Thomas, son of Edward Wright, husbandman 
{agricolae\ Lancashire ; born at Blackbum ; bred there (Mr Smith); 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 1, aet. 17. 

(32) Wilson, George, son of John Wilson, tailor (sutoris 
20 vestiarii), Cambs; born in Cambridge; school, Merchant Taylors; 

admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 8, aet. 18. 

(33) Robinson, William, son of George Robinson, husbandman 
{agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Borwick-Ground ; school, Kendal 
(Mr Towers) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 10, aet. 18. 

25 (34) Hartley, Thomas, son of Robert Hartley, bookseller 
(bihliopolae), Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Kendal, West- 
morland (Mr Towers) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 
10, aet. 16. 

(35) Tillotson, Stephen, son of Thomas Tillotson, husbandman 
30 {agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Cunningley ; bred at Threshfield (Mr 

Marshall) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 10, aet. 18. 

(36) Pullejm, Charles, son of Charles Pulley n, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Burley near Otteley ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, May 12, aet. 18. 

35 (37) Stephens, Roger, son of R. Stephens, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
born at Barson near Grantham ; bred at Corby, Lincolnshire (Mr 
Bradfield) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 18, aet. 19. 

(38) Etty, Lewis, son of William Etty, clerk, Yorks ; born in 
the city of York ; school, Ely (Mr Tennant) ; admitted sizar, tutor 

40 Dr Newcome, May 19, aet. 17. 

(39) Gamett, Henry, son of John Garnett, clerk, Surrey ; born 
in Lambeth ; bred at Beverley (Mr Tatham) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, May 21, aet. 17. 

(40) Oamett, John, aet. 16, 'per caetera omnia cum fratre 
45 praed. concordat ". 

(41) Bainbridge, Henry, son of H. Bainbridge, husbandman 
{agricoUie), Yorks ; born at Langer-House near Skipton ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 22, aet. 23. 



46 ADMISSIONS. 1725. 

(42) Branfoot, John, son of Robert Branfoot, Yorks; bom 
at Chapiwl-town in the parish of Leeds ; school, Sherboume (Mr 
Lowther) 1 year; admitted sizar, tutor Or Newcome, aet. 18. 

(43) Veale, Charles, Devonshire; A.B. of Balliol College, 
Oxford ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Newcome, May 28. 5 

Memorandum, literas habuit authenticas gradus sal a Mro Cowper 
aignatas. 

(44) Wood, John, son of — Wood, attorney, Yorks ; bom in 
TIallifax ; bred at Hipperholme (Mr Sharpe) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 1, aet 18. lo 

(46) Jeflfery, George, Devonshire; A.B. of Balliol College, 
Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, June 3. 

Literas habuit satis authenticas gradus sui a Mro Cowper aig- 
natas. 

(46) Teasdale, John, son of Marmaduke Teasdale, Clerk, Yorks ; 1 5 
(birth place blank) ; bred at Drax, Yorkshire, where his father is 
master; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome June 5, aet. 18. 

(47) Barret, William, son of John Barret, husbandman 
(agricolae) Yorks ; bora at Hemmingworth ; bred at Drax ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, June 5, aet 16. 20 

(48)' Oliver, George, son of Walram Oliver, gentleman, Kent ; 
bom at Sandwych ; school, Canterbury (Mr Le Hunt) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Ednmndson, June 10, aet. 17. 

(49) Reynolds, Robert, son of Richard Reynolds, Yorks; 
bora in York ; bred there (Mr Clerk); admitted pensioner, tutor 25 
Mr Drake, June 12, aet. past 17. 

(50) Clarke, Henry, son of Thomas Clarke, clerk, Yorks ; bora 
at Beverley ; bred at Brigg, Lincolnshire (Mr Waterworth) ; ad- 
nutted sizar for Mr Clark, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 17, aet. 17. 

(51) Trevor, Roger, son of R. Trevor, gentleman, Montgomery, 30 
bora at Bodynfol ; bred at Wem, Salop (Mr Edwards) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, June 21, aet. 18. 

(52) Trevor, Thomas, aet. 17, ' in caeteris cum fratre praedicto 
concordat'. 

(53) Lowe, Theophilus, son of Christopher Lowe, plumber 35 
{plumbarii), Staffordshire ; born at Litchfield ; bred there (Mr 
Hunter); admitted sizar for Dr Baker, tutor Mr Williams, June 
21, aet. 17. 

(54) Armjrtage, John, son of Christopher Armytage, clerk, and 
grandson of Sir J. Armytage of Kirkleese, Baronet, Yorks ; born at 40 
Thicket in the parish of Wheldrake ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, June 
26, aet. past 16. 

(55) Rutherford, John, son of Aaron Rutherford, attomey, 
Hampshire ; bora at Rumsey ; school, Salisbury, Wilts (Mr Heal) ; 45 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, June 30, aet. 18. 

(56) Heron, John, son of Robert Heron , husbandman {agricolae), 



ADMISSIONS. 1725. 



47 



Northumberland; bom at Hexham ; school, Durham (Mr Thompson); 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, July 2, aet. 17. 

(57) Overend, George, son of G. Overend, clerk, Yorks ; born 
at Stillingfleet ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar, 

5 tutor Dr Newcome, July 2, aet past 20. 

(58) Brook, Samuel, son of S. Brook, miller {molendinarii); 
bom at Mirfield ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, July 2, aet. 17. 

(59) Raid, Faxlngton, son of Anthony Reid, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
lo bom in Lincoln ; bred there (Mr Grodal) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr 

Newcome, July 3, aet. 18. 

(60) Price, Vincent, son of V. Price, surgeon, Salop; born in 
Shrewsburj' ; bred there (Mr Tench) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Newcome, July 5, aet. 18. 

15 (61) Balguy, Charles, son of Henry Balguy, esquire, Derby- 
shire ; bom at Derwent ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, July 5, aet. 18. 

(62) Barber, Samuel, son of John Barber, husbandman {agrico- 
lae), Beds ; born at Southill ; bred there (Mr Bradford) ; admitted 

20 sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, July 6, aet. 18. 

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[Admissions in the year -^ p. 22 '- 62.] 

Is. sej 



July 1725— July 1726 



Admissiones a Julii 9"" a. d. 1725. 

(1) Green, John, son of J. Green, gentleman, Lincolnshire; 
bom at Spalding ; bred there (Mr Neve) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Newcome, October 19, aet. 17. 
25 (2) Jones, William, son of Samuel Jones, gentleman, Cheshire; 
bom at Frodsham ; bred at Tarvin (Mr Thomason) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 28, aet 17. 

(3) Wankford, Robert, son of Shelly Wankford, gentleman, 
Essex; bom at Stanbourn ; bred at Newport near Walden (Mr 

30 Allen) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, November 9, aet. 19. 

(4) Oowper, Benjamin, son of George Cowper, gentleman, 
Notts; bom at Southwell; bred there (Mr Hodson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, November 11, aet. 19. 

(6) Halls, John, son of Robert Halls, attomey, Essex ; bom at 
35 Colchester ; school. Bury, Suffolk (Mr Kinnesman) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, November 30, aet 17. 

(6) Austin, Richard, son of R. Austin, clerk, Northamptonshire; 
born at Maxey ; school, Peterborough (Mr Sparkes), 3 years ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, December 9. 
40 (7) Alvis, Andrew, son of A. Alvis ' plebeii ', SuflFolk ; born * in 



48 ADMISSIONS. 172J— 26. 

villa Faustini' (Bury St Edmunds) ; bred there (Mr Kinnesman) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcorae, December 18, aet. 17. 

172^ 

(8) Kjniaston, Edward, son of John Kynaston, gentleman, 
Salop; bom at Hordley ; school, Eton (Dr Bland); admitted pen- 
sioner, tut(^)r Mr Williams, January 'A, aet past 16. 5 

(9) Belgrave, Cornelius, Rutland, B.A. of Trinity College, 
Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 
'suscepitque gradum Magisterii in Artibus, eodem die'. 

(10) Clajrton, Thomas, son of T. Clayton, husbandman (agricolae), 
Yorks; born at Shirl)oume ; bred there (Mr Lowther) ; admitted lo 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, February 25, aet 17. 

(1 1) Morton, Edward, son of Thomas Morton, esquire, Denbigh ; 
bom at Wrexham ; bred at Elsemere, Salop (Mr Dean) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Newcome, Febmary 26, aet. 17. 

(12) Grinfeild, Richard, son of R. Grinfeild, gentleman, Wilts; 15 
bom at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Hildrop) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 16, aet 17. 

(13) Wilkinson, Thomas, son of T. Wilkinson, 'plebeii', 
Yorks; bora at Acaster-Selby near York; bred at Threshfield ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 17, aet 20. 20 

(14) Bobinson, John, son of J. Robinson, husbandman (aaricolae); 
Cheshire; born at Lyddington ; bred at Lym, Cheshire (Mr Spencer); 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 21, aet past 24. 

1726 

(15) Wickins, John, son of Edmund Wickins, clerk, Westmor- 
land ; bora at Kirby-Thore ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; ad- 25 
mitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, March 26, aet 18. 

( 1 6) Moresby, John, son of J. Moresby, gentleman, Cumberland ; 
bora at Staffield ; bred at Morland, Westmorland (Mr Thompson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, March 28, aet. 20. 

(17) Drift, Hadrian, son of Matthew Drift, clerk, SuflFolk;30 
bom at Lavenham ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April, aet. 17. 

(18) Darwent, Thomas, son of Robert Darwent, clerk, Yorks ; 
bora at Rotheram ; bred there (Mr Withers) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Drake, April 6, aet 18. 35 

(19) Butherforth, Thomas, son of T. Rutherforth, clerk, Cambs ; 
bom at Papworth St Agnes ; bred at Huntingdon (Mr Matthews) 
6 years ; admitted sizar for his tutor, Mr WilHams, April 6, aet. 14. 

(20) Hartopp, William, son of Samuel Hartopp, clerk, Leices- 
tershire ; bom at Dalby ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; 40 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, April 19, aet. 19. 

(21) Wingfleld, William, son of Jonathan Wingfield, husband- 
man (agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Batterfitt near SheflSeld ; bred at 



ADMISSIONS. 



1726. 



49 



Rotheram (Mr Withers) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, April 
26, aet. past 22. 

(22) Holme, Hugh, son of Edward Holme, attorney, Lancashire ; 
born at Holland ; bred at Win wick (Mr Wright) ; admitted pen- 

5 sioner, tutor Dr Newcome, May 4, aet. past 18. 

(23) North, Samuel, son of John North, husbandman {agricolae), 
Leicestershire ; born at Saltby ; bred at Gorthrop (Mr Turner) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edraundson, May 6, aet. 16. 

(24) Clayton, Nathaniel, son of N. Clayton, merchant (merca- 
lo toris), Northumberland ; bom at Newcastle ; schools, Newcastle, 

for several years, and last Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 1 year ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, May 14, aet. 17. 

(25) Pearse, Thomas, son of T. Pearse, gentleman, Middlesex ; 
bom in London ; bred at Ludsdown, Kent (Mr Thornton) ; admitted 

15 fellow commoner, tutor Mr Newton, May 17, aet. past 17. 

(26) Manwaring, Edward, son of James Manwaring, gentle- 
man, Cheshire; bom in Chester; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 
4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, May 18, aet. 16. 

(27) Henchman, Charles, son of C. Henchman, clerk, Cheshire; 
20 born in the city of Chester; school, Chester (his father being master); 

admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 28, aet. 18. 

(28) Draper, William, son of Edmund Draper, gentleman, 
SuflFolk ; born in Bury St Edmunds (* in villa Faustini ') ; bred there 
(Mr Kinnersman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, June 1, 
aet. 17. 

(29) Markland, Matthew, son of Matthew Markland, gentle- 
man, Notts ; born at Mansfield ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 1, aet. 18. 

(30) Key, John, son of William Key * plebeii ', Derbyshire ; 
30 bora at Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, 

tutor Dr Edmundson, June 1, aet. 17. 

(31) Parry, Humfrey, son of Henry Parry, clerk, Montgomery ; 
bom at Gilsfield ; bred at Oswistry, Salop (Mr Patrick) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, June 2. 

35 (32) Robinson, Caleb, son of Richard Robinson, gentleman, 
Leicestershire; bom at Billaston; bred at Oakham (Mr Wright 
and Mr Adcock); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 14, 
aet past 20. 

(33) Squire, Samuel, son of Edward Squire, clerk, Devonshire; 
40 bom at Oakford ; school, Tiverton (Mr Reyner) ; admitted pensioner, 

tutor Dr Newcome, June 16, aet. 18. 

(34) Bowse, John, son of John Rowse, clerk, Devonshire ; bom 
at Barum ; bred there (Mr Luck) ; admitted sizar {sizator, not 
subsizator the usual term) for his uncle Mr Rowse, tutor Dr New- 

45 come, June 16, aet. past 18. 

(35) Bowse, Ezekiel, sizar (subsizator as usual) for his tutor 
Dr Newcome, aet. 17, 'in cseteris concordat cum fratre superius 
memorato '. 



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S. 



4 



50 ADMISSIONS. 1726. 

(36) Wilson, John, son of Isaac Wilson, husbandman (agricolae), 
Lancashire ; born at Stantcn-Gap in the parish of Ulverston ; bred 
at Kendal, Westmorland (Mr Towers); admitted sizar, tutor Dr 
Edmundson, June 18. act. 24. 

(37) Beeke, Christopher, son of Henry Beeke, gardener (hor- 5 
tulani), Kent, bom at Stroud ; bred at Rochester (Mr Dormer) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Mr Rigden, June 27, aet 17. 

(38) Chamberlayne, Thomas, son of William Chamberlayne, 
gentleman, Notts ; bom at Southwell ; bred at Sherlwume, Yorks 
(Mr Lowther); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, 10 
aet. 19. 

(39) Atkinson, Richard, son of Simeon Atkinson, husband- 
man {agricolae\ Yorks ; born at Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh 
(Dr Saunders); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, July 1, 
aet 21. 15 

(40) Clarke, William, son of * G.' (William ?) Clarke, barber, 
(tonsoris), Derbyshire ; bora at Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 2, aet. 18. 

(41) Clarke, Thomas, Kent, A.B. of Hart Hall, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, July 2, 'suscepitque gradum 20 
Magisterii in Artibus in Comitiis sequentibus '. 

(42) Sewell, Cuthbert, son of Joseph Sewell, tax-gatherer 
{vecligalium collector), Cumberland ; bom at Carlisle ; school, Sed- 
bergh (Dr Saunders) 5 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr New- 
come, July 2, aet. 17. 25 

(43) Lever, John Revel, son of John Lever, esquire, Lancashire ; 
bora at Collyhurst near Manchester; bred at Stockport, Cheshire 
(Mr Dale) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 4, 
aet. 19. 

(44) Malme, Charles, son of Henry Malme, gentleman, Lin- 30 
colnshire ; born at Bloxham near Sleeford ; bred at Newark, Notts 
(Mr Warburton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, July 4, 
aet. 17. 

(45) Shakleford, William, son of ' G.' (William ?) Shakleford 
'plebeii', Hampshire; bora at Alresford; school, Merchant Taylors', 35 
London (Dr Smith); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, July 4, 
aet. 19. 

(46) Combe, Benedict, son of Brian Combe, attoraey, Dorset; 
born at Rutherbury near Bridport; bred at Thernworth near 
Blanford; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, July 5, aet. 40 
past 17. 

(47) Jolland, Qeorge, son of G. Jolland, gentleman, Lincoln- 
shire; bora at Glumsford Brigg, 'vulgo Brigg'; schools, Bury St 
Edmunds, Suffolk (Mr Kinnesman) for some years, and last Colchester, 
Essex (Rev. Mr Smythies) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 45 
July 7, aet 16. 

(48) Foster, William, son of 'G.' (William?) Foster, clerk, 
Dorset; bora at Hampreston near Winburae ; taught at home 



1 



ADMISSIONS. 1726— 172|-. 61 

by his father ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Foster, July 7, 
aet. past 19. 

|f.c.l| 
[Admissions in the year -j p. 24 [■ 48.] 

(s. 23J 

July 1726— July 1727 
Admissiones a Julii 8vo 1726 

(1) Leeke, Nicholas, esquire, Middlesex; school, Westminster 
5 (Dr Friend) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Newcorae, Au- 
gust 16, aet. 16. 

(2) Bolton, Edmund, from Brasenose College, Oxford; admitted 
pensioner 'attulitque secum literas satis authenticas a Roberto 
Shippen signatas, CoUegii istius Principali.' 

10 (3) Faddon, George, son of William Paddon, husbandman 
{agricolae), Devonshire, born at Dowland; bred at Tiverton (Mr 
Rayner); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, October 26, aet. 18. 

(4) Lynn, John, son of George Lynn, Northamptonshire ; 
born at Soiithwick ; bred at Spalding, Lincolnshire (Mr Neve) ; 

15 admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, October 28, aet. past 16. 

(5) Bedford, John, son of Hilkiah Bedford, clerk, Middlesex; 
born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted sizar 
for the Master, tutor Dr Newcome, aet. past 14. 

(6) Prime, Arthur, son of Thomas Prime, grocer (aromatarii), 
20 Suffolk ; born in Bury St Edmunds ; bred there (Mr Kinnersman); 

admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, December 1, aet. past 15. 

(7) Jones, Cadwalader, son of John Jones, husbandman 
(agricolae), Carnarvonshire ; bom at Llangyby ; bred at Pullely 
(Mr Jones) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, December 1, aet. 18. 

25 (8) Grove, Peirce, son of J, Grove, gentleman, Cambs ; born in 
Cambridge ; school. Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinnersman) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, December 17, aet. past 17. 

(9) Vaughan, William, son of Richard Vaughan, esquire, 
Merioneth ; born at Cors-y-gedol ; bred at Mortlock (Mr EUys) 2 

30 years ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Williams, December 
22, aet. past 19. 

172| 

(10) Allen, William, son of John Allen, merchant, Middlesex ; 
born in London ; bred at Highgate (Mr Brown) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Dr Newcome, January 17, aet. 18. 

32 (11) Scott, John, son of William Scott, husbandman {agricolae), 
Yorks ; born at Snape ; bred at Kirk Leadham (Mr Clarke) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, February 25, aet. past 20. 

(12) Stockdale, John, son of William Stockdale, gentleman, 
Lancashire ; bom at Greenham near Dalton ; school, Sedbergh 
40 (Dr Saunders) 6 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
March 15, aet. 19. 

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63 ADMISSIONS. 1727. 

(13) Flasby, Joseph, son of John Flasby, clerk, SufFolk ; born 
at Goroton ; school, Bury St Edmunds ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, March 23, aet. past 17. 

1727 

(14) Thomas, John, son of J. Thomas, clerk, Berks ; bom at 
Snning ; educated by his father ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr 5 
Edmundson, April 6, aet past 18. 

(15) Seller, William, son of Thomas Seller, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
bom at Sleeford ; bred at Grantham (Mr Ellis) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Newcome, April 12, aet. 18. 

(16) Turner, Jonathan, son of J. Tumer, smith (fabri), Yorks; lo 
bora at Sheffield ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Dr Newcome, April 1.5, aet. 18. 

(17) Oliver, Daniel, son of D. Oliver, husbandman {agricdae), 
Derbyshire ; born at Frogget ; bred at Sheffield, Yorks (Mr Robin- 
son) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, April 15, aet. 21. 15 

. (18) Taylor, Robert, son of William Taylor, gentleman, Durham ; 
bom at Kibblesworth ; bred at Sheffield (Mr Robinson) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 17, aet. 18. 

(19) Edwards, William, son of Timothy Edwards, gentleman, 
Carnarvonshire ; bom at Aberdaren ; bred at Whitchurch, Salop 20 
(Mr Hughes) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, April 17, aet 18. 

(20) Gunthorp, Robert, son of John Guuthorp, gentleman, 
Notts ; born at Mansfield Woodhouse ; bred at Mansfield (Mr 
Hucklebridge) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 3, aet 
past 18. 25 

(21) Tomlin, William, son of *G.' (William?) Tomlin, clerk, 
Yorks; born at Elliker near Beverley; educated by his father; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, May 5, aet 15. 

(22) Waller, John, son of William Waller, clerk, Bucks ; bom 

at Newport Pagnal ; bred at Abington ; admitted sizar for Dr 30 
Waller 'avunculo suo', tutor Dr Newcome, May 9, aet past 16. 

(23) Marsh, Richard, son of R. Marsh, clerk, Kent ; bora at 
St Margarets AtcliflF near Dover ; school, Canterbury (Mr Lehimt) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 15, aet 18. 

(24) Elcock, Thomas, son of T, Elcock, clerk, Derbyshire ; bora at 35 
South Norman ton near Chesterfield ; school, Beverley (Mr Jefferson) ; 
admitted sizar (nzator) for the Master, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 
18, aet 17. 

(25) Wynd, Robert, son of Mark Wj-nd, husbandman (agricolae), 
Richmondshire ; bora at Melsonby near Richmond ; bred at Thresh- 40 
field ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 22, aet. 18. 

(26) Buck, William, son of Thomas Buck, husbandman {agri- 
eolae\ Yorks ; bora at Fenton near Sherbourae ; bred at Sher- 
bourae (Mr Lowther) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmimdson, May 25, 
aet 18. ^c 

(27) Cookson, Richard, son of William Cookson, gentleman; 



ADMISSIONS. 1727. 63^ 

bom at Darrington ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr Lowther) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 25, aet. 17. 

(28) Gill, William, son of Stephen Gill, husbandman (agricolae), 
Yorks ; born at Fenton ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr Lowther) ; ad- 

5 mitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 25, aet. past 19. 

(29) Robinson, Thomas, son of T. Robinson, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lincolnshire ; bom at Hale near Sleeford ; school, 
Peterborough (Mr Bradfield) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, 
May 25, aet. past 20. 

jQ (30) Laverack, John, son of James Laverack, gentleman, 
Derbyshire ; born at Morton ; bred at Southwell, Notts (Mr Hodg- 
shon) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 25, aet. past 17. 

(31) Bogden, James, son of J. Bogden, gentleman, Cambs ; bom 
at Homingsea ; bred at Moulton, Lincolnshire (Mr Chapman) ; ad- 

15 mitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 26, aet. past 16. 

(32) Halley, Thomas, son of George Halley, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Bubwith ; bred at Pocklington (Mr 
Baker) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 1, aet. 19. 

(33) Hotham, Robert, son of John Hotham, husbandman 
20 (agricolae), Yorks ; born at Storthwate ; bred at Pocklington 

(Mr Baker); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 1, 
aet. 20. 

(34) Heber, John, Yorks ; from University College, Oxford ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 2. 

25 Memorandum, quod idem Johannes Heber literas secum attulit 

peramplas de vita sua laudabili et morum probitate a Magistro 
sociisque signatas. 

(35) Cliadwick, Antony, son of A. Chadwick, gentleman, 
Derbyshire ; born at Ashley-Hay near "Worksworth ; bred at Chester- 

30 field (Mr Burrow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
June 13, aet. 18. 

(36) Hurt, Low, son of Francis Hurt, gentleman, Derbyshire ; 
bom at Hill-side near Worksworth ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 13, aet. past 17. 

35 (37) Lipyeatt, Thomas, son of T. Lipyeatt, gentleman, Wilts ; 
bom at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Hildrop) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 15, aet. past 15. 

(38) Seward, Thomas, son of John Seward, gentleman, Wor- 
cestershire ; born at Badsey near Evesham ; school, Westminster 

40 (Dr Friend) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 17. 

(39) Drake, William, son of Marmaduke Drake, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; born at Beighton ; bred at Kirk Letham, Yorks (Mr Clarke) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 17, aet past 17. 

(40) Richardson, Peter, sou of Samuel Richardson, husband- 
45 Daan (agricolae), Lancashire ; born in Walney Island near Dalton ; 

bred at Kendal (Mr Towers) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
June 17, aet. 19. 

(41) Burton, John, son of J. Burton, merchant (mercatoris) ; 



54 ADMISSIONS. 1727. 

born in Colchester ; school, Merchant Taylors* ; admitted pensioner, 
tator and surety I)r Newcome, June 19, aet. past 18. 

(42) Elam, John, son of Thomas Elam, husbandman (agricolae), 
Yorks; boni at Hutton Pannel; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders); 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, June 21, aet. 21. 5 

(43) Taylor, Robert, son of John Taylor, gentleman, Notts; 
bom at Newark ; bred there (Mr Warburton) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Newcome, June 2.3, aet. 17. 

(44) Bradley, John, A.B. of Wadham College, Oxford; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Newcome, June 24. lo 

Memorandom quod praedictus Johannes Bradley literas attnlit 
secum satis authenticas, tarn de grada suscepto, tam de vita sua 
laudabili, morumque probitate. 

(45) Walton, Isaac, son of I. Walton, clerk, Yorks ; bom at 
Marsden near Almondburj-; bred at Rish worth (Mr Wadesworth) ; 15 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, June 30, aet. 21. 

(46) Davison, Robert, son of Thomas Davison, M.A., Durham ; 
bom in Durham ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 4 years ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, July 1, aet 18. 

(47) Hall, George, son of William Hall, shoemaker (calceatoris), 20 
Middlesex ; bora iu London ; school, Merchant Taylors' (Dr Smith) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, July 1, aet. 18. 

(48) Swain, Thomas, son of ' S.', gentleman, Yorks ; bora at 
Bradford ; bred there (Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Edmundson, July 1, aet. past 15. 25 

(49) Bayley, Benjamin, son of Richard Bay ley, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks; bora at Coin-bridge; bred at Bradford (Mr 
Hill); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, aet 17. 

(50) Bate, John, son of Richard Bate, clerk, Kent; born at 
Bockton Mallard (Buughton Malherbe) near Lenham ; bred at Sutton 30 
Valence (Mr Savage) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Bate, his brother, 
July 3, aet 17. 

(51) Bate, Julius, Per omnia cum fratre supra memorato 
concordat, gemelli enim sunt 

(52) Johnson, Samuel, son of Samuel Johnson, gentleman, 35 
Kent ; bora in Canterbury ; bred there (Mr Lehunt) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Rigden, July 3, aet. 17. 

(f.a3] 
[Admissions in the year •] p. 19 v 52.] 
[s. 3oJ 

July 1727— July 1728 
Admissiones a Julii 7mo 1727 
(1) Rogers, John, son of Samuel Rogers, clerk, Rutland; 
bora at Exton ; school, St Paul's, London ; admitted pensioner, tutor 40 
Dr Edmundson, July 8, aet 17. 



ADMISSIONS. 1727 — 172|. 65 

(2) Cook, John, son of J. Cook, gentleman, Kent; born at 
Swift in the parish of Cranbrook ; school, Canterbury (Mr Lehunt) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Rigden, August 5, aet. past 17. 

(3) Moor, Henry, son of H. Moor, D.D., Middlesex; bom in 
5 London ; school, Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinnesman) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor Mr Lisle, September 18, aet. past 15. 

(4) Musgrave, Richard, son of R. Musgrave, gentleman, Ire- 
land ; born at Lismore, county Waterford (father's county, York) ; 
school, Lismore (Mr Hill) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 

lo September 18, aet. 17 'hoc ipso die'. 

(5) Brage, Williain, son of ' G.' (William ?) Brage, gentleman, 
Essex; born at Hatfield Peverel; school, Bury (Mr Kinnesman); 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newcome, September 26, aet. 19. 

(6) Morrison, William, son of ' G.' (William ?) Morrison, vintner 
15 {oenopolae), Middlesex ; born in London ; school Westminster 

(Dr Friend) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Newcome, September 27, 
aet. 16. 

(7) Legh, Peter, son of Thomas Legh, esquire, Lancashire; 
born at Hotton Moss ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; admitted 

20 fellow commoner, tutor Dr Newcome, October 7, aet. 20. 

(8) Williams, Thomas, son of T. Williams, gentleman, Cambs ; 
bom in Cambridge ; school, Beaumaris in the Isle of Anglesea 
(Mr Owen) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 7, 
aet. past 16. 

25 (9) Allgood, Crow, son of James Allgood, clerk, Northumber- 
land ; bom at Ingram ; educated by his father ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, October 13, aet. past 16. 

( 10) Mayes, Christopher, son of C . Mayes, chandler {a candelis), 
Cambs ; born in Cambridge ; schools, first Cambridge (Mr Sparkes) 

30 and lastly Walsingham in Norfolk (Mr Roberts) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, October 25, aet. past 16. 

(11) Somerscale, Joseph, son of Richard Somerscale, husband- 
man (agricolae), Yorks ; born at Silsden ; bred at Threshfield (Mr 
Marshall) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, October 28, 

35 aet. 18. 

(12) Beevan, Richard, son of R. Beevan, gentleman, Cheshire ; 
bora at Stoke near Chester ; bred in Chester (Mr Henchman) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, November 4, aet. past 18. 



(13) Vanghan, Evans, son of — Vaughan, esquire, Merioneth ; 
40 born at Cross-y-gedol (' Kessygedol ' in margin) ; school, Eton 

(Dr Bland); admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, February 6, 
aet. 18. 

(14) Wood, Robert, son of R. Wood, dmggist (pharmacopolae), 
Salop ; bom in Shrewsbury ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Philips) ; 

45 admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, February 12, aet. past 16. 



M ADMISSIONS. 1728. 

(15) Powell, (George, son of G. Powell, clerk, Herefordshire ; 
bom at Croft ; school, Eton (Dr Bland) 4 years ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Williams, February 17, aet 18. 

1728 

(16) Ardeme, John, son of Richard Ardei-ne, gentleman, 
Cheshire ; born at Stockport ; bred tliere (Mr Dale) ; admitted 5 
fellow commoner, tutor Mr Williams, March 25, aet 19. 

(17) Dale, John, son of Thomas Dale 'plebeii', Cheshire; bom 
at Stockport ; bred there (Mr Dale) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr 
"Williams, March 25, aet. past 17. 

(18) Anstey, Christopher, son of — Anstey, gentleman, Berks ; lo 
bora near Wantage ; school Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, March 26, aet past 17. 

(19) Price, Mansfield, son of Morris Price, gentleman, Somerset ; 
born in Bristol ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Philips) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Mr Taylor, April 12, aet 15. 15 

(20) Wingfield, Benjamin, son of — Wingfield, clerk, Salop ; 
bora in Shrewsbury ; bred there ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, 
April 12. 

(21) Tempest, John, son of J. Tempest, esquire, Durham ; 
bora in Durham ; bred there (Mr Rymer) ; admitted fellow com- 20 
moner, tutor Mr Taylor, April 13, aet 17. 

(22) Tempest, William, son of John Tempest, ' in omnibus cum 
fratre concordat,' aet 15. 

(23) Lewen, James, son of Thomas Lewen, attorney, Durham ; 
born in Durham ; bred there ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, 25 
April 13, aet 18. 

(24) Lamb, Robert, son of John Lamb, mercer {mercerii), 
Durham ; born in Durham ; bred there ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr 
Williams, April 13, aet 16. 

(25) Kay, William, son of Richard Kay, clerk, Yorks ; bora at 30 
Moor Mounton ; bred at Kirk Leadham (Mr Clark) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Williams, April 20, aet, 1 8. 

(26) Burton, Christopher, son of John Burton, merchant, 
Essex ; bora in Colchester ; school. Merchant Taylors' ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Bate, April 23, aet. past 17. 35 

(27) Leigh, Egerton, Cheshire, from Oxford ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor Mr Williams, April 24. 

(28) Weston, William, son of Nathaniel Weston , clerk, Rutland ; 
bora at Normanton ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Williams, April 26, aet 17. 40 

(29) Clarke, Henry, son of H. Clarke, clerk, Notts ; bora at 
Ascham ; bred at Newark (Mr Warburton) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Williams, April 27. 

(;iO) Ourtiene, William, son of Ambrose Curtiene, surgeon, 
Suffolk ; born at Haverhill ; bred at Walden, Essex (Mr Butts) ; 45 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 29, aet 18. 



ADMISSIONS. 1728. 57 

(31) Chapman, Benjamin, son of Thomas Chapman, grocer 
(aromatarii), Suffolk ; born at Lavenham ; bred there (Mr Brown- 
smith) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 30, aet. past 17. 

(32) Houghton, John, son of Ralph Houghton, gentleman, 
5 Lancashire ; born in Manchester ; bred for some years at Maccles- 
field, Cheshire ; but last ' sub Mro Townsend privatira ' ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 6, aet. 16. 

(33) Holme, John, son of — Holme, gentleman, Yorks ; bom 
at Islington 1] ; school, Beverley (Mr JeflFerson) ; admitted pen- 

lo sioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 23, aet. past 17. 

(34) Wilkinson, John, son of John Wilkinson, esquire, Yorks ; 
bom at Greenliead near Huddersfield ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 7, aet. 18. 

(35) Brearcliffe, John, son of — Brearcliffe, husbandman 
^S {(igricolde), Yorks; bora near Huddersfield; bred at Bradford 

(Mr Hill) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 7, aet. 18. 

(36) Prettyman, Nunn, son of N, Prettyman, gentleman, 
SuflFolk ; bom at Laxfield ; bred at Monks-Soam (Mr Raye) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Mr WiUiams, June 21, aet. 18. 

20 (37) Phillips, John, son of Robert Phillips, D.D., Salop ; born 
in Shrewsbury. ; school, Shrewsbm^ (his father being Head master) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmunds, June 24, aet. 18. 

(38) Tailer, John, sou of J. Tailer, ' plebeii ', Derbyshire ; born 
at Dranfield; bred at SheflBeld, Yorks (Mr Robinson); admitted 

25 sizar, tutor Mr Robinson, June 24, aet. 20. 

(39) Thompson, William, son of Samuel Thompson, husband- 
man {agricolae), Yorks ; born at Middleton near Leeds ; bred at 
Wakefield (Mr Clark) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 
27, aet. 22. 

3° (40) Batcheller, Paul, son of P. Batcheller, clerk, Middlesex ; 
born in London ; educated by his father ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, June 28, aet. 19. 

(41) Smallwood, John, son of Thomas Smallwood, clerk, 
Staffordshire ; bom at Mear ; bred at Trentham (Mr Hargreaves) ; 

35 admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, June 28, aet. 18. 

(42) Walton, John, son of J. Walton, clerk, Westmorland; 
born at Crossby Garret ; school, Durham (Mr Rymer) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, aet 17. 

(43) Manwaring, Edward, son of E. Manwaring, esquire; 
40 Staffordshire ; born at W^hitraore ; bred at Trentham (Mr Har- 
greaves) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Williams, July 4, 

; aet. 18. 

(44) Bamforth, George, son of G. Baui forth, esquire, Yorks ; 
bom at High-House, near Shefiield ; bred at Bradford (Mr Hill) ; 

45 admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 5, aet 18. 

(f.c.8] 
[Admissions in the year -^ p. 18^44,] 
Is. isj 



S8 ADMISSIONS. 1728 — 172f. 

July 1728— July 1729 
Adtnissiones a Julii 6to 1728 

(1) Bnssel, Joseph, son of John Russel, clerk, Middlesex ; 
bom in London ; bred at Sevenoaks, Kent (Mr Simpson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Leeke, August 14, aet. 18. 

(2) Obome, Henry, son of H. Obome, clerk, Essex ; bom at 
Great Walthani; bred at Felstead (Mr Wyat); admitted pensioner, 5 
tutor Dr Edmundson, September 11, aet. past 16. 

(3) Bipley, John, son of William Ripley, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks; bora at Poodell.near Threshfield; bred at Threshfield 
(Mr Marshall) 6 years; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, October 
19, aet. 17. 10 

(4) Kenrick, Conway, son of John Kenrick, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Cheshire, born at Thurstanton ; ' Uteris institutus a Mro 
Hodson in domo sua per multos aonos'; admitted sizar, tutor Dr 
Edmundson, October 22, aet 18. 

(5) Tyson, Michael, son of M. Tyson, gentleman, W^estmor- 15 
land ; bora at Martingdale ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; ad- 
mitted i>ensioner, October 25, aet. past 1 7. 

(6) Quest, William, son of John Guest, cutler {cuMeUarii), 
Yorks; bora at Sheffield; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, November 2. 20 

(7) Bostock, Charles, son of John Bostock, gentleman, Cheshire ; 
bora at Macclesfield; bred there (Mr Allen); admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Williams, November 4, aet. 17. 

(8) Needham, Peter, from New College, Oxford, Hampshire; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Newton, November 18, 'suscepitque 25 
apud nos gradum Magisterii in Artibus die sequente.' 



(9) Fern, George, son of Giles Fern, clerk, Cambs; bora at 
Ely ; school, Ely (Mr Gunning) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, 
January 8, aet. past 17. 

(10) Lowndes, John, son of Robert Lowndes, esquire, Bucks; 30 
bom at Winslow; New College School, Oxford; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Williams, February 4, aet past 18. 

(11) Nourse, Peter, son of P. Nourse, D.D., Hampshire; bora 
at Droxford ; schools, Winchester, 2 years, and last at Southampton ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, Februarj- 5, aet. 18. 35 

(12) Bussel, John, son of J. Russel, gentleman, Salop; bom at 
Morton; schools, Whitchurch and Hanmer; admitted sizar, tutor Mr 
Taylor, February 6, aet 19. 

(13) Creffield, Edward, son of E. Creffield, clerk, Suffolk; bora 

at Polstead ; school, Burj- (Mr Kinnesman) ; admitted pensioner, 40 
tutor Dr Edmundson, February 18, aet 17. 



ADMISSIONS. 1729. 59 

(14) Marshall, Henry, son of H. Marshall, clerk, Lincolnshire; 
born at Fulletby; school, Lincoln (Mr Goodall), 3 years; admitted 
sizar, tutor Mr Williams, March 10, aet. 17. 

(15) Eyre, Venn, son of Ambrose Eyre, gentleman, Middlesex; 
5 born in London; school. Charterhouse (Mr Took); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Mr Williams, March 22, aet. 17. 

1729 

(16) Mercer, Thomas, son of Thomas Mercer, clerk, Lancashire; 
born at Preston ; school, Manchester (Mr Brook) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, March 25, aet. 18. 

lo (17) Penn, Alexander, son of John Peun, clerk, Notts ; born at 
Edwistow; bred at Bradford, Yorks (Mr Hill); admitted sizar, tutor 
Mr Williams, April — , aet. 17. 

(18) Newton, Stephen, son of St. Newton, butcher (lanii), 
Yorks; born in Sheffield; bred there (Mr Robinson); admitted sizar, 

15 tutor Mr Robinson, April 10, aet. 19. 

(19) Nelthorpe, Richard, son of James Nelthorpe, esquire, 
Lincolnshire; born at Scawby; bred at Brigg (Mr Waterworth); 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 11, aet. 18. 

(20) Eaton, Edward, son of Peter Eaton, 'plebeii,' Derbyshire; 
20 bom at Raynor ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, 

tutor Dr Edmundson, April 16, aet. 19. 

(21) Larken, John, son of J. Larken, gentleman, Hertfordshire; 
bom at Munden; bred at Buntingford (Mr Sherson); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 14, aet. past 16. 

25 (22) Hargreaves, John, son of J. Hargreaves, clerk, Northamp- 
tonshire ; bom at Islip ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 15, aet. past 19. 

(23) Lloyd, Henry, son of Owen Lloyd, gentleman, Wales; bom 
in the Diocese of Bangor ; bred at Beaumauris (MrOwen); admitted 

30 sizar, tutor Mr Williams, May 17, aet. 18. 

(24) Cass, Eustace, son of Ricliard Cass, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks; born at Hackness, near Scarborough; bred at Thornton, 
Yorks; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 20, aet. 18. 

(25) Whitmore, Bethel William, son of Joseph Whitmore, 
35 gentleman; born in the diocese of St Asaph; bred at Wem, Salop 

(Mr Appleton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, May 23, aet. 
past 17. 

(26) Rawlins, Thomas, son of Th. Rawlins, gentleman, Essex ; 
bom at Riveual (Rivenhall, near Witham?); school, Bury St Ed- 

40 munds (Mr Kinnesman); admitted sizar for Mr Simpson, tutor Mr 
Williams, May 23, aet. past 17. 

(27) Richardson, William, son of Richard Richardson, M.D., 
Yorks; born at Bierley, near Bradford; bred at Bradford (Mr 
Hill) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 24, aet. past 

45 18. 



60 ADHISSIONH. 1729. 

Jes. Coll. May 23 ; 1729. 
William Bicbardson admitted Pensioner of this College June 8: 
1728 has my leave to remove to any other College. 

Ch. Ash ton, Master. 

(28) Green, John, son of Richard Green, husbandman {agri- 5 
colae), Yorks ; bom at Wentworth ; school, private at Risbrook ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 28, aet. 25. 

(29) Ohilcott, William, son of Richard Chilcott, gentleman, 
Wilts; bom at Deverel; bred at Crookem (Crewkerne), Somerset; 
admitted fellow comm«ner, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 31, aet past lo 
25. 

(30) Allenson, Gilbert, son of Allan AUenson, clerk, Herts; 
born at Aldenham; school, Aldenham, of which his father is master; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 3, aet 19. 

(31) Burrow, William, son of G. (? William) Burrow, clerk, 15 
Derbyshire; born at Chesterfield; school, Chesterfield, of which his 
father is master {iatius tcholae Moderatore dignifsimo); admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 6, aet. 17. 

(32) Bright, Thomas, son of Thomas Bright, gentleman, Yorks; 
bom near SheflBeld ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 20 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 6, aet. 17. 

(33) Mower, Marmaduke, son of Edmund Mower, gentleman, 
Notts; born at Newark; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 6, aet 17. 

(34) Ward, Edmund, son of Joseph Ward, gentleman, Derby- 25 
shire; bora near Chesterfield; bred there (Mr Burrow); admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 6, aet 1 8. 

(35) Mainwaring, Henry, son of Edward Mainwaring, esquire, 
Staffordshire; bom at Whitmore; bred at Trentham (Mr Har- 
greaves) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, June 9, aet 18. 3° 

(36) Horton, Thomas; bom in London; bred at Highgate ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Yardley, June 12, aet. past 24. 

(37) Harpur, William, son of G. (? William) Harpur, gentleman, 
Durham ; bora at Gateside, near Newcastle ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Saunders) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Robinson, June 16, aet 18. 35 

(38) Ward, Charles, son of William Ward, merchant, North- 
umberland; born in Newcastle; school, Sedbergh; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, Jmie 16, aet. 18. 

(39) Gates, Thomas, son of George Gates, 'plebeii,' North- 
umberland; bom in Newcastle; school, Sedbergh; admitted pen- 40 
sioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 16, aet 17. 

(40) Birket\ — , Hampshire, A. B. of Queen's College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, June 24, 'habens literas gradus sui a Mro 
Cooper Registrario signatas.' 

(41) Roe, James, son of Thomas Roe, clerk, Derbyshire; bora 45 
at Castleton ; bred at Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Williams, June 26, aet 18. 

» John Birket, B.A. Qu. Coll. Oxon. Oct. 12, 1708; M.A. Cantab. 1729. 



ADMISSIONS. 1729. 61 

(42) Eare, John, son of John Bare, grocer (aromatarii), Lincoln- 
shire ; born in Lincoln ; bred there (Mr Goodal) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Mr Williams, June 26, aet. 18. 

(43) Agur, William, son of Thomas Agur, husbandman {agri- 
5 colae), Yorks ; born at Redkar, in Cleaveland ; bred at Kirk Leadam 

(Mr Oakley); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 27, aet. 19, 

(44) Steer, William, son of G. (? William) Steer, clerk, Yorks ; 
bom at Ecclesfield ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 30, aet. 19. 

10 (45) Esrre, Joseph, son of Thomas Eyre, husbandman (agri- 
colae), Yorks ; born at Ecclesfield ; bred at SheflBeld (Mr Robinson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 30, aet. 20. 

(46) Taylor, Clemens, son of Thomas Taylor, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Roger- Ridding, near Hawxstead ; 

15 school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Robinson^ 
June 30, aet. past 27. 

(47) Smith, John, son of J. Smith, merchant, Norfolk ; born at 
Diss ; bred there (Mr Randal) ; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, 
July 1, aet. 20. 

ff,C. 2| 
20 [Admissions in the year -^ p. 20 [• 47.] 

[s. 25J 

July 1729— July 1730. 

(a) Hele, Arthur, from Trinity College, Oxford, son of Richard 

Hele, A.M., Master of the public school of Salisbury and Prebendary 

of the Cathedral there, Wiltshire ; born in Salisbury ; educated there 

under his father ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Williams, September 

25 28, 1730, aet. 18 1. 

Memorandum quod idem Arthurus Hele literas testimoniales 
secum attulit de vita sua laudabili et morum probitate a Praeside 
Bociisque praedicti Trinitatis CoUegii signatas. 

Admissiones k Julii 4*" 1729. 

(1) Williams, Richard, son of Sir John Williams, Knight, 
30 London ; bred first in Westminster School (Dr Freind), then in his 

father's house (Mr White) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr 
Edmundson, August 4, aet. 19. 

(2) Penington, Lowther, son of Joseph Penington, esquire, 
Westmorland ; bom at Lowther ; bred there (Mr Wilkinson) ; 

35 admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, October 11, aet. 18. 

(3) Lord, John, son of John Lord, clerk, Herts; bom at 
Kixsworth ; bred at Harpenden (Mr Barnard) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, October 14, aet. past 17. 

1 This admission, written in a different hand from those which 
precede and follow it, is out of place. See p. 64, No. 1. 



62 ADMISSIONS. 1729—1730. 

(4) Monckton, Jonathan, sou of Charles Monckton, gentle- 
man, Cornwall ; born at Lisgard ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, October 23, aet 17. 

(5) Savignee, James, son of J. Savignee, gentleman, Middlesex ; 
bom ' infra Ponioeria Westmonasterii ' ; school Westminster (Dr 5 
Friend); admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, October 23, aet 
♦fere' 17. 

(6) Bumaby, Daniel, son of John Bumaby, gentleman, Middle- 
sex ; bom in Kensington ; bred there ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Mr Williams, October 25, aet. past 18. lo 

(7) Pepper, Prescot, son of Cuthbert Pepper, gentleman, 
Richmondshire ; bom at Moulton ; bred at Kirk-Leatham (Mr Clark); 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Williams, March 17, aet 20. 

1730. 

(8) Spencer, Richard, son of R. Spencer, clerk, Kent ; born at 
Tunbridge; educated by his father, bead-master there; admitted 15 
pensioner, tutor and surety, Dr Edmundson, March 28, aet 18. 

(9) Ansty, Thomas, son of James Ansty, gentleman, Berks ; 
school Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) many years; admitted sizar ^ for 
Dr Baker, tutor and surety Mr Williams, March 30, aet. 18. 

(10) Parrot, Andrew, son of Thomas Parrot, clerk, Yorks; 20 
bred at Trentham, StaflFordshire ; admitted sizar ^ for the Master, 
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, April 13, aet 18. 

(11) Gierke, Thomas, son of Thomas Clerke, clerk, Berks; 
bora at Farrington ; bred at Rygate, Surrey (Mr Rigden) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, April 14, aet. past 16. 25 

(12) Sparke, John, son of Joseph Sparke, clerk, Northampton- 
shire ; bom at Peterborough ; bred there (Mr Bradfield) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Mr Williams, April 24, aet past 17. 

(13) Selwin, William, son of William Selwin, merchant {mer- 
catoris), Middlesex ; born in London ; school, St Paul's (Mr Morland) ; 30 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, April 28, aet 

16 ' hoc ipso die '. 

(14) Broom, Richard, son of Charles Broom, attomey, Stafford- 
shire; bora at Burton; bred there; admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmund- 
son, May 6, aet past 16. 35 

(15) Qraves, Bdward, son of John Graves, gentleman, Lanca- 
shire ; bom in Manchester ; bred at Bradford, Yorks, for several 
years; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Wrigley, May 11, aet ' fere* 18. 

(16) Peake, Jonathan, son of Peter Peake, ' plebeii ', Lancashire ; 
bora in Manchester ; bred there (Mr Brook) ; admitted sizar, tutor 40 
Mr Williams, May 11, aet 'fere' 17. 

(17) Dakin, Thomas, son of Edward Dakin, husbandman 
(agricolae), Derbyshire; bora at Barkwell (or Bashwell); bred at 

^ * sizator,' not subsizator as usual. 



ADMISSIONS. 1730. 63 

Stockport, Cheshire; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, May 18, 
aet. 23. 

(18) Marshall, Thomas, son of Michael Marshall, husbandman 
(agricolae), Derbyshire; born atTeasdal; bred at Stockport, Cheshire 

5 (Mr Dale) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, May 18, aet 18. 

(19) Richard, Thomas, son of John Richard, husbandman 
(agricolae), Cambridgeshire ; bom at Swaff ham Bulbeck ; bred there 
(Mr Davies) ; admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, May 18, aet. 18. 

(20) Lloyd, David, son of Edward Lloyd, husbandman {agri- 
lo colae), Bangor; born in the parish of Lanebster (?) ; bred at Ruthin; 

admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, May 27, aet. past 17. 

(21) Holgate, William, son of William Holgate, clerk, Lin- 
colnshire ; born at Xormanby ; bred at Brigg (Mr Waterworth) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 28, aet. past 19. 

15 (22) Walker, Edmund, son of Edmund Walker, husbandman 

(agricolae), Yorks; bom at Huddersfield; school Huddersfield 

(Mr Smith); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, May 28, aet 

past 17. 

(2.3) Laidman, William, son of John Laidman, clerk, Is'orthum- 
20 berlaud; born at Woodhall; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 3 years; 

admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, June 8, aet. 19. 

(24) Milbume, Thomas, son of Thomas Milburne, gentleman, 

Northumberland ; born in Newcastle ; bred there (Mr Salkeld) ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Robinson, June 10, aet 17. 
25 (2.5) Williams, John, son of William Williams, 'artificis', 

Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Merchant Taylors' (Dr Smith) ; 

admitted sizar, tutor Mr Williams, June 15, aet 18. 

(26) Sorsbie, Benjamin, son of Malin Sorsby (sic), clerk, 
Durham ; born at Ryton ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted 

30 sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 20, aet past 21. 

(27) Summers, John, son of Henry Summers, esquire, Essex; 
born at Heningham Sybill ; bred at Felstead (Mr Wyatt) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, June 23, aet. ' fere ' 18. 

(28) Squire, Samuel, son of S. Squire, druggist {pharma- 
35 copolae), Wilts; born at Warminster; bred there; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor Mr Williams, June 23, aet 17. 

(29) Williams, William, son of William Williams, clerk, Salop; 
born at Stoke, Salop ; bred at Hanmer, Flint (Mr Hughs) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Williams, June 25, aet. 17. 

40 (30) Crane, John, son of John Crane, clerk, Kent ; born near 
Canterbury ; bred at Canterbury (Mr Lehunt) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, June 27, aet 18. 

(31) Birbeck, Charles, son of Christopher Birbeck, surgeon, 
Yorks ; born in York ; school, Rippon (Mr Barber) ; admitted pen- 

45 sioner, tutor Mr Robinson, June 27, aet 17. 

(32) Pinckney, Francis, son of Thomas Pinckney, gentleman, 
London ; school, St Paul's (Mr Morland) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Edmundson, June 29, aet. 19. 



64 ADMISSIONS. 1730. 

(33) James, Robert, son of John James, gentleman, Suffolk ; 
born at Sudbury ; school Blackheath, Kent (Mr Richardson) ; ad- 
mitted siznr, tutor Dr Williams, July 1, aet ' fero' 20. 

(34) Lynam, James, son of James Lynam, husbandman {agri- 
eolae), Notts; bom at Bilsthorpe; bred at West-Hallum, Derbyshire 5 
(Mr Raworth); admitted sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, 
aet 18. 

(35) Worthington, William, A. B. Oxford ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Dr Williams, July 1. 

Literas secum attulit satis authenticas de moribus et gradu, tam lO 
a Principalis et Sociis Collegii Jesu, quam a Begistrario Publico 
Mro Cowper signatas. 

(36) Sherwood, James, son of James Sherwood *a Galeris', 
Yorks ; bom in Beverley ; bred there (Mr Jefferson) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, aet. 19. 15 

(37) Boys, Joseph, son of Joseph Boys, husbandman (agricolae), 
Yorks ; bora near York ; bred at Beverley (Mr Jefferson) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Dr Edmundson, July 1, aet 17. 

(38) Williams, William, Carnarvonshire, A.B. Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Williams, July 4, 20 

Literas secum attulit satis authenticas de morum probitate dum 
moram traxerit in Collegio Jesu. 

(39) Wells, William, son of William Wells, esquire, Leicester- 
shire ; bred at Leicester ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr 
Thomas, July 4, aet 18. 25 

(40) Sampson, Joshua, son of Joshua Sampson, husbandman 
{agricolae), Derbyshire ; bom at Teasdale ; bred there ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Mr Robinson, July 4, aet. 20. 

ff. c. 3^ 



[Admissions in the year 




401 



July 1730— July 1731. 
Admissiones a Julii 10"°. 1730. 

(1) Hele, Arthur, Wiltshire ; from Trinity College, Oxford, 30 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Williams, September 28, of the second 
year^ 

(2) Brisdale, John, son of J. Brisdale, gentleman, Salop ; bora 
in Shrowsbui-y ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Phillips) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, aet 16. ^c 

(3) Crawley, Thomas, son of John Crawley, M.D., Beds ; bora 
at Dunstable; bred at Harpenden, Herts (Mr Barnard); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, September 30, aet. 16. 

(4) Smales, Thomas, son of Matthew Smales, gentleman, Rich- 
mondshire ; born at Gilling near Richmond ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 40 

^ See (a) p. 61. Apparently Hele was admitted as a second year man. 



ADMISSIONS. 1730—1731. 65 

Saunders) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Wrigley, October 24, aet. 
past 19. 

(5) Edwards, Andrew, son of Richard Edwards, husbandman 
{agricolae), Denbigh; born at Ruthin; bred there (Mr Vaughan); 

5 admitted sizar, tutor Dr Williams, November 2, aet. past 17. 

(6) Beach, William, son of Benjamin Beach, gentleman, Wilts; 
bom at Mounton Deverell; bred at Brewton, Somerset (Mr Coles- 
bury) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, December 
12, aet» past 18. 

173f 

lo (7) Alcock, William, son of Peter Alcock, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks; born at Threshfield; bred there (Mr Marshall); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, January 11, aet. 21. 

(8) Topham, Benjamin, son of Christopher Topham, husband- 
man {agricolae), Yorks ; bom at Gressington in the parish of Linton ; 

15 bred at Threshfield (Mr Marshall); admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, January 11, aet. 18. 

(9) St John, Pawlet, son of Pawlet St John, Beds; bora at 
Yelden ; school. Bury, Suffolk (Mr Kinsman); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, January 14, aet. 16. 

20 (10) James, Antony, son of David James, clerk, Middlesex; 
school, Eton (Mr George); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, Febmary 18, aet. 19. 

1731 

(11) Broughton, Gustavus, son of Edward Broughton, clerk, 
Leicestershire ; born at Ailestone ; educated at home by his father ; 

25 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 25, aet. 17 

(12) Thornton, William, son of Sir William Thornton, knight, 
Yorks ; born at Netherton ; bred in the city of York (Mr Jackson) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, March 27, 
aet 18. 

30 (13) Bobinson, Robert, son of James Robinson, merchant, 
Richmondshire ; born at Richmond; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 
nearly 3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
March 29, aet. 17. 

(14) Sayer, John, son of John Sayer, woollen-draper {lanarii), 
35 Essex; born at Braintree; bred at Colchester (Mr Comark); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 1, aet. 17. 

(15) Austin, Daniel, son of Daniel Austin; born in London; 
New College School, Oxford (Mr Bowler) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, April 2, aet. 15. 

40 (16) Creyk, Jolin, son of Ralph Creyk, gentleman, Yorks; bom 
at Marton; bred at Burlington (Mr Young); admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, April 7, aet. 18. 

(17) Churchill, Henry, son of Henry Churchill, clerk, Dorset ; 
bora at Hammoon ; bred at Sherboum (Mr Wilding) ; admitted pen- 

45 sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 7, aet. 19. 

s. 6 



66 ADMISSIONS. 1731. 

(18) Leek, Herbert, son of Herbert I^ek, gentleman, Notts; 
born at Carleton; bred at Burton, Notts (Mr Saunders); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Leek, April 8, aet. 19. 

(19) Grey, George, son of George Grey, 'juris consulti', North- 
umberland; boni in Newcastle; bred there (Mr Salkeld); admitted 5 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 9, aet. 17. 

(20) Warcopp, John, son of John Warcopp, gentleman, Yorks; 
bom at Gatenby; bred at Bumeston (Mr Peacock); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Doniinus Goddard, April 9, aet. 18. • 

(21) Morgan, Charles, son of Henry Morgan, attorney, Devon- 10 
shire; born at Exeter; school, Ely, Cambridgeshire (Mr Gunning); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 15, aet 17. 

(22) Mapletoft, Edmund, son of Edmund Mapletoft, clerk, 
Cambridgeshire ; bom at Bartlow ; school, Walden, Essex (Mr 
Butts); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 30, 15 
aet 17. 

(23) Robinson, Thomas, son of Matthew Robinson, esquire, 
Yorks; born in York; school, Westminster (Dr Freind); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 19, aet 17. 

(24) Oliver, John, son of Henry Oliver, gaoler at Oakham 20 
{Carceris apud Oakham custodit), Rutland; born at Oakham; bred 
there (Mr Adcock); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
April 27, aet 18. 

(25) Henchman, Humphrey, son of Charles Henchman, clerk, 
Cheshire; bora in Chester; educated there by his father; admitted 25 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 29, aet 19. 

(26) Waring, Bichard, son of Richard Wearing, clerk, Hereford- 
shire; bom in Hereford; bred there (Mr Rodd); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, ^lay 4, aet 18. 

(27) Bateman, Winn, son of Thomas Bateman, gentleman, 30 
Richmondshire ; bora at Middleham ; school, Sedborgh (Dr Saunders) 
nearly 2 years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 20, 
aet 17. 

(28) Hurst, Thomas, son of Thomas Hurst, gentleman, Notts ; 
born at Newark; bred at Nottingham (Mr Hardy); admitted pen- 35 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 22, aet. 17. 

(29) Stephenson, Anthony, son of Anthony Stephenson, 
* plebeii,' Westmorland ; bora at Selside ; bred at Kendal (Mr 
Towers); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 1, 
aet 17. 40 

(30) Stead, William, son of Jonathan Stead, merchant, Yorks ; 
bora at Hallifax ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) nearly two years ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 4, aet 18. 

(31) Steevens, Jonathan, son of Jonathan Steevens, grocer 
{ariimatarii), Sussex, bora at Rothersbridge ; bred at Battle (Mr 45 
Sorsbie) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 5, 
aet 18. 

(32) Evans, Edmund, son of Edmund Evans, gentleman, Derby- 



ADMISSIONS. 1731. 67 

shire; born at Bonsall; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 5, aet. 19. 

(33) Smith, Eyre Foster, son of Philip Foster Smith, attorney, 
Staffordshire ; born at Beamhurst; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); 

5 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Leeke, June 5, aet. 19. 

(34) Barker, William, son of William Barker, gentleman, 
Derbyshire; born at Edenser; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burow); 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 5, aet. 18. 

(35) Weightman, William, son of Thomas Weightman, brewer 
lo {potificis), Yorks; born in York; bred at Sheffield (Mr Robinson); 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 10, aet. 18. 

(36) Robinson, John, son of Anthony Robinson, farmer {fir- 
marii), Derbyshire; born at Tidswell; bred at Sheffield, Yorks (Mr 
Robinson); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 10, 

15 aet. 19. 

(37) Parry, Henry, son of Henry Parry, clerk, Montgomery- 
shire; born at Guildfield; educated by his father at home; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 12, aet. 18. 

(38) Perrot, Andrew, son of Charles Perrot, merchant, Yorks; 
20 born in York; bred at Hull (Mr Clarke); admitted pensioner, tutor 

and surety Mr Wrigley, June 12, aet. 18. 

(39) Moore, Richard, son of William Moore, gentleman, 
Somerset; born at Stoak-lane ; bred at Sherbourn, Dorset (Mr Wild- 
ing); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 24, 

25 aet. 18. 

(40) Polhill, Robert, son of Robert Polhill, gentleman, Kent ; 
bom at Tonbridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, June 26, aet. 20. 

(41) Burrell, David, son of John Burrell, 'plebeii,' Durham ; 
20 bora at Fieldhouse near Ganford ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 

3 years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 29, aet. 
past 18. 

(42) Parkinson, Barton, Lancashire, from Trinity College, 
Dublin ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Williams, June 29. 

35 Memorandum quod praedictus Barton Parkinson literas attulit 

secnm satis authenticas tum de gradu A.B. suscepto tam de vita sua 
laudabili morumque probitate. 

(43) Bagshaw, William, son of Richard Bagshaw, esquire, 
Derbyshire ; born at Castleton ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 

40 admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, July 1, 
aet. 17. 

(44) Perfect, Caleb, A.B. of Trinity College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, surety Mr Wrigley, July 2. 

Memorandum quod praedictus C. B. literas secum attulit satis 
45 authenticas de gradu A.B. suscepto. 

(45) Astley, William, son of Walter Astley, clerk, Stafford- 

5—2 



68 ADMISSIONS. 1731 — 173^. 

shire ; born at Frosliall ; bred at Repton, Derbyshire (Mr Fletcher) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 3, aet 18. 

(46) Mottershaw, Thomas, son of John Mottershaw, farmer 
{firmarii), Derbyshire; born at Clay-Cross; bred at Chesterfield 
(Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 5, 5 
aet 19. 

(47) Branston, Richard, son of William Branston, mercer 
{merciarii), Lincolnshire ; born at Gainsborough ; bred at Brigg (Mr 
Waterworth); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 6, 
aet. 20. lo 

f. c. 2^ 

■p. 23[ 47.] 
,8. 22) 



[Admissions in the year 



July 1731— July 1732 
Admissiones a nono Julii, 1731. 

(1) Forster, George, eldest son of George Forster, esquire ; 
bom in Little Bristol, in the Island of Barbadoes 'oriundus ex Agro 
Northumbriensi '; bred in the parish of St James, Barbadoes, by 
Henry Rishton, M. A., formerly of this College ; admitted fellow 1 5 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 17, aet. 17. 

(2) Blayney, Charles, eldest son of Cadwallader Blayney, Baron 
Monaghan, of Monaghan in Ireland ; born in Dublin (mother's county 
Berkshire) ; educated in the parish of Carrick Macrosse, in Ireland, 
by William Folds, formerly of this College; admitted pensioner, 20 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 30, aet. past 10. (Baron Monaghan 
and fellow commoner, 31 March, 1733. Note in margin.) 

(3) Dixon, Edward, son of James Dixon, box or trunk maker 
(capgarit), Lancashire ; born at Kirkham ; bred there (Mr Taylor) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 5, aet. 19. 25 

(4) Davison, Thomas, son of Thomas Davison, esquire ; bom at 
Blakiston, in the Bishopric of Durham ; bred at Kirk Heaton, Yorks 
(Mr Clarke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
October 18, aet. 19. 

(6) Nelthorp, Griffith, son of James Nelthorp, gentleman, 30 
Lincolnshire ; bom at Brigg ; bred there (Mr Waterworth) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 20, aet. 18. 

(6) Christopherson, Preston, son of John Christopherson, 
B.D., formerly fellow of the College, Cumberland ; born at Adding- 
ham, near Penrith ; bred at Appleby, Westmoreland (Mr Yates) ; 35 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 22, aet. 17. 

(7) Hopwood, John, son of John Hopwood, esquire, Essex ; 
bom at Stannaway ; educated by his father ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 25, aet. past 19. 

173J 

(8) Montgomery, George, son of George Montgomery, esquire, 40 
Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, Eton (Mr George) ; admitted 



ADMISSIONS. 173|— 1732. 69 

fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, January 12, aet. 
past 19. 

(9) Salt, William, son of James Salt, clerk, Cambs ; bom at 
Chesterton ; school, Bury (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 

5 surety Mr Wrigley, January 15, aet. 19. 

(10) Cardale, Joseph, from Trinity College, Oxford, son of 
Joseph Cardale, clerk, Warwickshire ; bom at Bulkington ; bred at 
Nuneaton (Mr Liptrott); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Wrigley, Febmary 8, aet. 18. 

lO Memorandum Literas commendatitias infra scriptas secum attulit — 
Josephus Cardale e CoUegio SS Trinitatis Oxoniensis a tempore 
admissionis suae (scilicet 28 May 1731) terminos tres complevit et 
vitam suam pie sobrie et honeste instituit in cujus rei testimonium 
nomina vestra subscripsimus 
15 Geo. Huddesford, Praes. The. Ball, Soc. 

Fran. Wise, Vice Praes. Tho. Finch, Soc. 

Tho. Wilkes, Dec. 

(11) Mather, Thomas, son of Thomas Mather, lawyer {juris 
consulti), Cheshire ; bom in Chester ; bred at Stockport (Mr Dale) ; 

20 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, February 25, aet. 
18. 

(12) Sandford, Samuel, son of Samuel Sandford, attorney, 
Salop ; born at Whitchurch ; bred at Wem (Mr Appleton); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 3, aet. 18. 

1732 

25 (13) Andrew, John, son of Robert Andrew, merchant ; bom at 
Gateshead (Gabrocentum) in the Bishopric of Durham; bred at 
Newcastle (Mr Salkeld) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Row, March 27, aet. 17. 

(14) Ris, James, son of Abraham Ris, gentleman, Cambridge- 
30 shire ; bom at Thorney in the Isle of Ely ; bred at Oakham (Mr 

Adcock); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 2, 
aet 18. 

(15) Holden, John, son of Robert Holden, clerk, Derbyshire ; 
bom at Weston ; bred at Loughborough, Leicestershire (Mr Martin) ; 

35 admitted sizar for Mr Rouse, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 3, 
aet. IS. 

(16) Fountaine, Robert, son of WilUam Fountaine, gentleman, 
Yorks; bom at Linton ; bred first at Threshfield (Mr Marshall), then 
at Bumsall (Mr Alcock); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 

40 Wrigley, May 5, aet. 19. 

(17) Pye, William, son of Thomas Pye, merchant, Northumber- 
land ; bom at Morpeth ; bred there (Mr Holden) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 7, aet. 19. ('Secundo curr. anno 
mortuus.' Note in margin.) 

45 (18) Brown, John, son of John Brown, clerk, Northumberland; 
bom at Rothbery ; bred at Wigton, Cumberland (Mr Birbeck) ; ad- 



70 ADMISSIONS. 1732. 

mitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 8, 
aet. past 16. 

(19) Jefferson, John, son of J. Jefferson, grocer (aromatarii), 
Cumberland ; born at Wigton ; bred there (Mr Birbeck) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 8, aet. 24. 5 

(20) Washboume, Richard, son of William Washboumo, clerk, 
Middlesex; born at Endfield; bred there (Mr Davies) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Leeke, May 16, aet. 18. 

(21) Tipton, Edward, son of E. Tipton, clothier {pannifieu), 
Salop ; bom at; W^orthen ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Phillips) ; ad- lo 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 25, aet. 17. 

(22) Vaughan, Arthur, son of Richard Yaughan, saddler 
{ephippiarii), Salop ; bom in Shrewsbury ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr 
Phillips) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, senior. May 25, 
aet. 18. 15 

(23) Smith, John, son of John Smith, clerk, Lincolnshire ; bom 
at Spilsby; bred at Glamford-Brigg (Mr Waterworth); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 30, aet. 19. 

(24) Foster, Richard, son of R. Foster, clerk, Norfolk ; bom at 
Bexwell ; bred at Wisbitch, in the Isle of Ely, by his father ; admitted 20 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 31, aet. 17. 

(25) Bentham, Thomas, son of Samuel Bentham, clerk, Cam- 
bridgeshire ; born at Ely ; bred there (Mr Gunning) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr "Williams, June 10, aet 18. 

(26) Hatton, Cliristopher, son of the Reverend William Hatton, 25 
formerly fellow of the College ; born in London ; school. Bury (Mr 
Kinsman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 
10, aet. 16. 

(27) Basket, John, son of the Reverend John Basket, formerly 
fellow of the College, Dorset ; bora at Blandford ; school, Chai-ter- 30 
house (Mr Hotchkiss); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, June 10, aet. 18. 

(28) Bering, John, son of the Reverend Heneage Dering, LL.D., 
Dean of Rippon, Yorks ; bora at Rippon ; bred there (Mr Steevens) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 19, aet. 17. 35 

(29) Hill, John, son of Richard Hill, clerk ; bora in Cambridge ; 
bred at Shipton, Yorks (Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Wrigley, June 20, aet. 16. 

(30) Batt, William, son of G. (? William) Batt, gentleman, Wilt- 
shire ; bora at Pewsey ; bred at Marlborough (Mr Hiltrop) ; ad- 40 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Leeke, June 22, aet. 18. 

(31) Rohinson, Thomas, son of William Robinson, gentleman, 
Richmondshire ; born at Easby ; bred at Richmond (Mr Close) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 24, aet 19. 

(32) Cowperthwait, William, son of George Cowperthwaite, 45 
gentleman, Yorks; bora at Bedle (? Bedale); school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, 
aet. past 19. 



ADMISSIONS, 1732. 



71 



(33) Curtis, Caesar, sou of Robert Curtis, surgeon, Kent ; born 
at Stroud; bred at Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex (Mr Gaw- 
throp) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 30, aet. 
19. 
5 (34) Cass, Robert, son of William Cass, farmer (Jirmarii), 
Yorks ; born at Houghton Bushell ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr Young); 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 30, aet. 17. 

(35) Dixon, Eichard, son of William Dixon, gentleman, Lan- 
cashire; born at Satterthwait, in Furness Fells; bred at Hawx- 
lo shied (Mr Broxliolme, fellow of the College); admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety, Mr Wrigley, July 1, aet. 18. 

rf.c. 2^ 

Admissions in the year -j p. 121' 35. 
U. 2lJ 



July 1732— July 1733. 
Adraissiones a 7mo Julii 1732. 

(1) Franck, Thomas, son of T. Franck, farmer (Jirmarii), 
Leicestershire; born at Queenborough ; bred at Loughborough (Mr 

'5 Martin); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 19, 
aet. 19. 

(2) Smyth, Henry, son of H. Smyth, Clerk, Herefordshire; 
bom at Dormington ; bred at Finchenistad (Finchampstead ?), Berks 
(Mr Rogers); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 

20 October 28, aet. 17. 

(3) Yates, Maile, son of Joseph Yates, esquire, Lancashire; 
born in Manchester; bred at Stockport, Cheshire (Mr Dale); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, November 7, 
aet. 17. 

25 (4) Rawstome, William, son of G. (? William) Rawstorne, es- 
quire, Lancashire ; born at Preston ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) 
7 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, Novem- 
ber 13, aet 20. 

Memorandum quod praedictns G. E. literas infra Scriptas secum 
xo attulit e Coll. Sid. Suss. 
Nov. 12, 1732. 

These are to certify that William Rawstorne was admitted in 
Sidney College on ye 7th day of May 1732, has behav'd himself 
soberly and studiously and has leave to remove to any other College. 
Witness our hands, J. Adams, 

W. Murdin, Dean 

W. Foord, Praelector. 

(5) Leyland, John, son of William Leyland, Yorks ; born at 
Gressingtou ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar^ 

40 tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 24, aet. 19. 

(6) Blackborn, John, son of John Blackbom, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks; born at Hetton; bred at Threshfield (Mr Mar- 



35 



72 ADMISSIONS. 1732—1733. 

shall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, November 24, 
aet 18. 

(7) Young, John, son of J. Young, Kent; bom at Biddenden ; 
bred at Sutton, Kent (Mr Fletcher); admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr "Wrigley, December 14, aet. 17. 5 

(8) Hovell, William, son of Oliver Hovell, gentleman ; bom at 
Bury, Suffolk ; bred there (Mr Kynsman); admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Leeke, December 23, aet. 17. 

173| 

(9) Knowsley, John, son of Robert Knowsley, gentleman, 
Yorks ; bora at Cottham ; bred at Sherbura (Mr Lowther) ; admitted lo 
aizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, January 26, aet. 18. 

(10) Churchill, "William, son of Henry Churchill, clerk, Dorset; 
bred at Sherbourn, Dorset (Mr Wilding); admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Williams, February 21, aet. 18. 

1733 

(11) Belton, Samuel, son of S. Belton, hosier {caligarii), 15 
Leicestershire; bora in Leicester; bred there (Mr Clayton); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, April 18, aet. 19. 

(12) Gunning, Peter, son of P. Gunning, clerk, Cambridge- 
shire; bora at Ely; educated there by his father; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 9, aet. 18. 20 

(13) Alcock, Robert, son of John Alcock, grazier {pecttarii), 
Lincolnshire; bora at Marsh Chappell ; bred at Glamford-Brig, 
Lincolnshire (Mr Waterworth); admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, May 12, aet. 18. 

(14) Hatfield, Cliarles, only son of Charles Hatfield of Chappel- 25 
in-le-frith, grazier (pecuarii), Derbyshire ; bred at Chappel-in-le- 
frith (Mr Brooks) ; admitted sizar for Mr Husey, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, May 16, aet. 23. 

(15) Milton, John, son of William Milton, collector of taxes 
(telonarii), Essex; bora at Dedham; bred there (Mr Grimwood); 30 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, May 24, aet. 16. 

(16) Starky, John, son of J. Starky, gentleman, Lancashire ; 
bora at Rochdale ; bred at Bury, Lancashire (Mr Lister) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 28, aet. 17. 

(17) Outhbert, Joseph, son of Edward Cuthbert, clerk, Wilts ; 35 
bora at Cricklade; bred at Marlborough (Mr Hildrop); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 4, aet. 18. 

(18) Skelton, George, son of G. Skelton, Lincolnshire; bora in 
Lincoln ; bred there (Mr Goodall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 5, aet. 17. 40 

(19) Loggan, William, son of G. (? William) Loggan, gentleman, 
Herefordshire ; bora at Cradley ; bred there (Mr Hinds); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 7, aet 18. 



ADMISSIONS. 1733. 



73 



(20) Elliss, William, son of John EUiss, Yorks ; born at Clifton; 
bred at Sherboum (Mr Young); admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, June 11, aet. 17. 

(21) Cromwell, John, son of Edward Cromwell, gentleman, 
5 Notts; bom at Heddingley; bred at Hallam in the county of 

Derby (Mr Routh) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Wil- 
liams, June 14, aet. 18. 

(22) Lambert, John, son of J. Lambert, clerk, Yorks ; bom at 
Eillham; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrow); admitted 

lo sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 15, aet. 18. 

(23) Tonga, John, son of James Tonge, merchant, Kent ; bom 
at Sittingboum ; bred at Sutton, Kent (Mr Savage) ; adnaitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 20, aet. past 18. 

(24) Moreton, Robert, son of Thomas Moreton, barrister (causi- 
15 did), Salop; bom at ShiflFnal ; bred at Newport, Salop (Mr Lea); 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, aet. 19. 

(25) Ogle, Nathaniel, son of Henry Ogle, merchant, North- 
umberland ; bom in Newcastle ; bred there (Mr Lodge); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, aet. 18. 

20 (26) Bunting, John, son of Francis Bunting, steward (dispen- 
satoris), Derbyshire ; bom at Youlgrave ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr 
Burrow) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 28, aet. 18. 
(27) Lambe, Lacon, of Balliol College, Oxford ; admitted pen- 
sioner, surety Dr Williams, June 28. 

25 (28) Lawson, Richard, of Brasenose College, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Mr Wrigley, June 29. 

(29) Jessopp, William, son of G. (? William) Jessopp, esquire, 
Yorks; born at Thumscoe; bred at Wakefield (Mr Wilson); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 29, aet. 18. 

20 (30) Weatherhead, Thomas, son of Anthony Weatherhead, 
clerk, Yorks ; born at Sladboum ; bred there (Mr Bradbury) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 13, aet. 21. 

(31) Edwards, Edward, son of Thomas Edwards, gentleman, 
born at Llanilar in the diocese of St David's; bred at Carmarthen 

35 in the diocese of St David's (Mr Davies) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Williams, June 30, aet. 20. 

(32) Robins, Thomas, son of T. Robins, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Somerset ; bora at Bath ; bred at Bristol (Mr Cathcart) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr WilHams, July 3, aet. 23. 



40 Admissions in the year ] [ 32. 



July 1733— July 1734. 
Admission es a 7mo. Julii 1733. 
(1) .Coleman, John, son of Joseph Coleman, esquire, Salop; 
bom at Ellismere; bred at Hanmer, Flintshire (Mr Hughes); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, September 28, aet past 
18. 



74 ADMISSIONS. 1733 — 3f. 

(2) Laurie, Walter, son of W. Laurie, gentleman ; born in 
Nithsdale, Scotland ; school, Charterhouse (Mr Hothskiss) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 3, aet. 16. 

(3) Oriffies, Qeorge, son of John Griffies, gentleman, born at 
Carmarthen, Wales ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend and Dr 5 
Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 
8, aet. 17. 

(4) Gladwin, Lemuel, son of Lemuel Gladwin, esquire, Derby- 
shire, born at Tupton; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrows); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 11, aet 20. lo 

(5) James, Thomas, sou of David James, clerk, Middlesex ; 
l>om in London ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 25, aet. 18. 

(6) Browne, Francis, son of F. Browne, D.D., Middlesex ; bom 

in London ; school. Bury (Mr Kinsman); admitted pensioner, tutor 15 
and surety Dr Williams, October 25, aet. 18. 

(7) Parratt, Thomas, son of T. Parratt, physician {medici), 
Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, Bury (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 25, aet 18. 

(8) Remington William, son of Thomas Remington, steward 20 
(dispensatoris), Lincolnshire ; born at Harlaxton ; bred at Litchfield, 
StaflFordshire (Mr Hunter) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, November 2, aet. 18. 

(9) Birbeach, Edward, son of E. Birbeach, Yorks; born at 
Sedberg; school, Sedberg (Dr Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 25 
surety Dr Williams, November 7, aet. 22. 

(10) Waring, John, son of Joseph Waring, farmer {Jirmarii) 
Salop, bora at Foord ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Phillips) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 10, aet. 17. 

(11) Corrance, Robert, son of Clement Corrance, gentleman, 3^ 
SuflFolk ; born at Rougham; school. Bury (Mr Kinsman); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Alvis, December 4, aet. 18. 

(12) Harrison, Philip, son of John Harrison ' decurionis ', 
Middlesex ; born at Kingston ; school, Peterborough, Northampton- 
shire (Mr Bradfield) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, 35 
December 14, aet. 18. 

(13) Grove, Richard, son of John Grove, gentleman, Cambridge- 
shire ; bom in Cambridge j school. Bury, SuflFolk (Mr Kinsman) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, December 17, net. 17. 

173f. 

(14) Beningfleld, Philip, son of James Beningfield, esquire, 40 
Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, January 17, 
aet. 17. 

(15) Holcombe, George, son of G. Holcombe, gentleman, 
Pembrokeshire ; born at Brownslett ; bred at Denbigh (Mr Weston) ; 45 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, Febmary 13, aet. 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 173f — 1734. 



75 



(16) Thomas, Thomas, son of David Thomas, collector of taxes 
(telonarii), Carnarvonshire ; born at Convfay ; bred at Denbigh 
(Mr Weston) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, February 
13, aet. 16. (See below *). 
5 (17) Lambe, Davies, son of John Lambe, clerk, Notts ; bom at 
Southwell ; school, Nottingham (Mr Swale) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Leeke, February 20, aet. 18. 

(18) Bridges, Joseph, third son of T. Bridges, collector of 
taxes (telonarii), Yorks ; bom in Hull ; school, Hull (Mr Clarke) ; 

lo admitted sizar for Mr Broxholm, tutor and siu-ety Mr Wrigley, 
March 16, aet. 18. 

(19) Potter, John, only son of Robert Potter, Yorks ; bom at 
Sherbum ; bred there (Mr Clayton) ; admitted sizar for Mr Drake, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 16, aet. 19. 



1734. 



15 (20) Williams, John, second son of Sir John Williams, knight, 
Middlesex ; bred, first in Westminster School (Dr Friend), then in 
his father's house (Mr White) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Green, April 5, aet. 18. 

(21) Williams, James, third son of Sir John Williams, knight, 
20 Middlesex ; born in the City of London ; bred, first in Westminster 

School (Dr Friend) then in his father's house (Mr White) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, April 5, aet. 17. 

(22) Brooke, John, only son of Richard Brooke, mercer {mer- 
ciarii), Worcestershire ; born in Worcester ; school, Shrewsbury 

25 (Dr Phillips) ; admitted sizar for Mr Taylor, senior, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, April 13, aet. 18. 

(23) Poole, Oudworth, eldest son of Edward Poole, esquire, 
of Woodin, Lancashire ; born in Newall, Cheshire ; school, Stockport, 
Cheshire (Mr Dale); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 

30 Williams, April 26, aet. 18. 

(24) Poole, Edward, second son of Edward Poole, esquire, of 
Woodin, Lancashire ; born in Newall, Cheshire ; school, Stockport, 
Cheshire (Mr Dale) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, April 26, aet. 17. 

35 (25) Bugg, John, sixth son of Henry Bugg, husbandman {agri- 
colm), Leicestershire ; born at Bottesford ; school, Southwell, Notts 
(Mr Bugg, his brother) ; admitted sizar for Mr Fowler, tutor and 
surety Dr Williams, May 9, aet. 19. 

(*) Thomas, Thomas, (see No. (16) above) who was admitted 

40 sizar February 13, 173|, is admitted pensioner. May 17. 

(26) Wright, Thomas, only son of Joseph Wright of Stafford- 
shire, goldsmith {aurifabri) in the city of London ; bom in Ireland ; 
schools, first Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burroughs), then West- 
minster (Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 

45 Wrigley, May 22, aet 19. 



76 ADMISSION'S. 1734. 

(27) Trot, Edward, only son of John Trot, druggist and 
surgeon (pfuirmacopolae et chirurgi), Hunts ; bom in St Neots ; 
school, Bury, Suffolk (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Wrigley, May 22, act 19. 

(28) Borron, Arthur, eldest son of John Borron, esquire, 5 
Lancashire ; bom in Warrington ; schools, first Warrington (Mr 
Haywood) then Stockport (Mr Dale) 2 years ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 27, aet. 20. 

(29) Balguy, Thomas, only son of John Balguy, clerk, Rector of 
Northallerton, Yorks, Durham ; bom in the town of Lamesby ; lo 
school, Rippon (Mr Stephens) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, May 28, aet 18. 

(30) Clajrton, John, eldest son of John Clayton, clerk, Leicester- 
shire ; bom in Leicester ; school, Leicester (his father) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 29, aet 19. 15 

(31) Crackenthorp, Gilbert, younger son of Richard Cracken- 
thorp, attorney, Westmorland, bora in Kendall ; school, Kendall 
(Mr Towers) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 29, 
aet 18. 

(32) King, James, son of Thomas King, gentleman, Yorks; 20 
bom in the town of Kirkby ; school, Rippon (Mr Stephens) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 1, aet 19. 

(33) Norton, Fletcher, eldest son of Thomas Norton, gentleman, 
Yorks; bom in the town of Grantley ; school, Rippon (Mr Stephens); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 1, aet 17. 25 

(34) Teasdale, Marmaduke, third son of Mamiaduke Teasdale, 
clerk, Yorks ; bom at Hemmimborough; educated by his father ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 1, aet. 21. 

C35) Suger, Zachary, third son of Nicholas Suger, gentleman ; 
born in the city of York ; school, Rippon (Mr Stephens) ; admitted 30 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 3, aet 18. 

(36) Cardale, George, second son of Joseph Cardale, clerk, 
Warwickshire ; born in the town of Bulkinton ; school, Nuneaton 
(Mr Liptrot) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 3, 
aet 19. 35 

(37) Baker, Thomas, only son of Thomas Baker, clerk ; bom 
in the parish of St James, Westminster ; school Westminster 
(Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
June 20, aet 18. 

(38) Butler, James, second son of James Butler, timber merch- 40 
ant {mercatoris lignarii), Yorks ; bom in the town of Beverley ; 
school, Beverley (Mr Jefferson) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, June 21, aet 18. 

(39) Gery, Thomas, only son of Thomas Gery, clerk, Cambs ; 
bora in the town of Chatteris in the Isle of Ely ; the King's School 45 
Cambridge (Mr Southemwood) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 22, aet 17. 

(40) Harrison, Joseph, second son of William Harrison, esquire, 



ADMISSIONS. 1734. 77 

Yorks ; born in Orgrave ; school, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr 
Burrow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, 
aet. 19. 

(41) Grif&th, Middlemore, eldest son of John Griffith, clerk, 
5 Derbyshire ; bom in Stanton ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, aet. 19. 

(42) Ellis, Seth, eldest son of Seth Ellis, clerk, Derbyshire ; 
bora in Brampton ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, aet. 19. 

lo (43) Laughton, Man waring, second son of John Laughton, 
attorney at law, Yorks ; born in the town of Bastfield ; school, 
Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, aet. 19. 

(44) Wright, William, eldest son of John Wright, gentleman, 
15 Derbyshire; born in the town of Beely ; school, Chesterfield (Mr 

Burrow); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, 
aet. 20. 

(45) Hughes, William, son of Robert Hughes, attorney at law 
{attomati ad legem), Denbighshire ; born in the town of Wrexham ; 

20 school, Wrexham (Mr Jones) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Wrigley, June 25, aet. 19. 

(46) Cock, John, only son of Joseph Cock, merchant, Cambs ; 
born in Cambridge ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 25, aet. 19. 

25 (47) Qutteridge, Bartin, elder sou of Bartin Gutteridge, hus- 
bandman {agricolae), Northamptonshire ; born at Thorp-Melsworth ; 
school, Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 25, aet. 20. 

(48) Mitchener, John, A.B. of Magdalen Hall, Oxford ; ad- 
30 mitted pensioner, June 27, tutor and surety Dr Williams. 

(49) Evans, Walter, A.B. of Jesus College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27. 

(50) Robinson, John, elder son of Josiah Robinson, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born in the town of Hull ; at school there (Mr Little) ; 

35 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 28, 
aet. 19. 

(51) Brooke, Zachary, younger son of Zachary Brooke, clerk, 
Hunts: born in Hammerton ; school, Stamford, Lincolnshire (Mr 
Reid) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 28, aet. 19. 

40 (52) Shaw, Thomas, only son of James Shaw, Lancashire ; 
born in the town of Dean ; school, Clitherow (Mr Park) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 1, aet. 20. 

(53) Boys, James, only son of James Boys, esquire, Essex ; 
bom at Dukes in the parish of Layer- Marney ; school, Colchester 

45 (Mr Smythies) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
July 2, aet. 18. 

(54) Powell, William Samuel, elder son of Francis Powel 
{sic) clerk, Essex ; born in Colchester ; school, Colchester (Mr 



78 ADMISSIONS. 1734. 

Smythios); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 4, 
aet 17. 

(55) SaJvin, Antony, only son of Antony Salvin, esquire, 
Durham ; bom in the city of Durham ; school, Durham (Mr 
Dongworth) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, senior, S 
July 4, aet 19. 

(56) Wilmot, Eichard, eldest son of Richard Wilmot, M.D., 
Derbyshire; born in Derby; school, Appleby, Leicestershire, 
(Mr Martin); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
July 5, aet. 18. ^o 

[Admissions in the year P' I 56.] (See p. 75 No. (16) and 1. .39.) 



July 1734— July 1735. 
Admissiones a 5to Julii 1734. 

(1) Ward, Thomas Watson, only son of John Ward, gentle- 
man, Cambs ; bom in Wilbraham ; school, SaflFron Walden (Mr 
Butts); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 5, 
aet. 16. 15 

(2) Ludlam, William, elder son of Richard Ludlam, M.D., 
Leicestershire ; bom in Leicester ; school, Leicester (Mr Clayton) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 24, aet 
18. 

(3) Cantrell, William, only son of Henry Cantrell, clerk, 20 
Derbyshire ; born in Derby ; schools, Derby and Repton (Mr Winter 
and Mr Fletcher); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
September 27, aet 19. 

(4) Lawson, Alfrid, third son of Alfrid Lawson, collector of 
taxes (telonarii), Cumberland, bora in Whitehaven ; school, Appleby, 25 
Westmorland (Mr Yates) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, October 14, aet. 19. 

(5) Bridges, Joseph, Yorks, who was admitted sizar, March 15, 
173|, admitted pensioner, October 14. 

(6) Seward, Benjamin, Worcestershire, who was admitted 30 
pensioner, November 4, 17 '21, now admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Dr Williams, October 19. 

(7) Broughton, Peter, only son of Peter Broughton, esquire, of 
Shenton, Notts ; born in Lowdham ; school, Nottingham (Mr Swaile), 
and then his father's house (Mr Malbon) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 35 
and surety Mr Leeke, October 28, aet 19. 

(8) Savage, Thomas, second son of William Savage, gentleman, 
Yorks ; bom in SheflBeld ; bred there (Mr Robinson) and afterwards 
at Westminster School (Dr NicoU) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Williams, October 29, aet 19. 40 

(9) Aynscough, Thomas, son of Radley Aynscough, clerk, 
Lancashire; born in Manchester; bred there (Mr Brooke); ad- 



ADMISSIONS. 1734 — 35. 



79 



mitted sizar for Mr Archer, tutor and surety Mr "Wrigley, October 31, 
aet 16. 

(10) Bosvile, Godfrey, only son of "William Bosvile ' centurionis,' 
Yorks ; bom at Gunthwaite in the parish of Pennington ; school, 
S Westminster (Dr NicoU) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, November 25, aet. 18. 



1731. 

(11) Houghton, John, Lancashire, who was admitted pensioner, 
admitted fellow commoner, January 14. 

(12) Tennant, Francis, formerly sizar for Mr Grove ; admitted 
lo fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, February 7. 

(13) May, William, A.B., Kent, formerly pensioner, admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, February 11. 

(14) Brewster, Richard, son of Thomas Brewster, collector 
of taxes {telonarii), Yorks ; bom in Ganthorp ; school, Thresfield ; 

15 admitted sizar for Mr Broxholme, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
March 24, aet. 18. 

1735. 

(15) Bentham, Edmund, seventh son of Samuel Bentham, clerk, 
Cambridgeshire ; born in the city of Ely ; school, Ely (Mr Gunning) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 3, aet. 17. 

20 (16) Cawthome, John, only son of John Cawthorne, esquire, 
Lancashire ; bom in Wireside in Wiresdale ; school, Sedbergh 
(Dr Saunders), 9 years; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, April 7, aet. 20. 

(17) Mawson, Robert, son of George Mawson, attorney at law, 
25 Yorks ; bora in Sedbergh; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders); 

admitted sizar for Mr Taylor, junior, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
April 7, aet. 21. 

(18) Blagden, Bragg, son of George Blagden, alehouse keeper 
(cermsiarii), Sussex ; bora in Chichester; school, Chiche8ter(MrDove); 

30 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 14, aet. 20. 

(19) Darby, Henry Harward, son of Henry Darby, clerk, 
SuflFolk ; bom in Stowmarket ; school, private in Suffolk (Mr Ray) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Alvis, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 17, 
aet. 19. 

35 (20) Stevens, Richard, son of Thomas Stevens, grocer {aroma- 
tarii), Lincolnshire, bom in Grantham ; school, Grantham (Mr 
Bacon) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, April 17, aet. 18. 

(21) Howard, Charles, second son of Henry Booze* Howard, 
40 Earl of Berkshire ; born in Elford, Staffordshire ; school, Eton 
(Dr George); admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, April 26, aet. 17. 

* This should be Bowes. 



80 ADMISSIONS. 1 735. 

(22) Close, Israel, elder son of William Close, attorney at law, 
Lincolnshire ; bom in Boston ; school, Boston (Mr Smith) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 24, aet 20. 

(23) Wibbersley, Jolm, son of Isaac Wibbersley, gentleman, 
Derbyshire, bom ' in vico ' PrestclifiF, Bakewell parish ; school, 5 
Cbapell lo Frith (Mr Hatfield); admitted sizar for Mr Burton, tutor 
and surety l)r Williams, May 26, aet 17. 

(24) Bourne, William, son of Laurence Bourne, surgeon, Notts ; 
bora in Nottingham ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Prime, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, aet. 19. i© 

(25) Barnard, Edward, second son of George Bamard, clerk, 
Herts ; bora in Harpenden ; school, Eton (Mr George) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Bernard, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 4, aet. 19. 

(26) Robinson, John, second son of George Robinson, gentleman, 
Durham ; bom in Easingtoii ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth); 15 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 6, aet 18. 

(27) Gem, Bicliard, only son of Richard Gem, gentleman, 
Worcestershire ; bom at Barnsley Hall within the parish of Broms- 
grove; bred in the house of William Philips, clerk, in the City of 
Worcester ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 20 
12, aet 19. 

(28) Wingfield, Thomas, third son of John Wingfield, esquire, 
Rutland ; bora in Tichencoat ; school, Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 16, aet 19. 

(29) Currer, William, only son of Henry Currer, gentleman, 25 
Yorks ; born at Skipton in Craven ; school, Skipton (Mr Wilkinson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 18, aet 19. 

(30) Vandeman, Fretwell, eldest son of Fretwell Vanderaan, 
of Southwell, Notts.; born in Southwell ; school, Southwell (MrBugg) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Dr Williams, June 25, aet 19. 30 

(31) Felton, William, eldest son of George Felton, clerk, Salop, 
born in Drayton ; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, June 26, aet 19. 

(32) Brome, Jolin, eldest son of John Brome, clerk, Suffolk, 
born in Woodbridge; school, Bury (Mr Kinsman); admitted sizar, 35 
tutor and surety, Dr Williams, June 26, aet. 20. 

(33) Baskett, Samuel, A.B. of Christ Church, Oxford, admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety, Dr Williams, June 26. 

(34) Manningham, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Manningham, 
D.D., Sussex, bora in Slinfold ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicolls) ; 40 
admitted pensioner, tutor and siirety — , June 28, aet 18. 

(35) Manningham, Richard, younger son of T. Manningham, 
D.D., Sussex, bora in Slinfold ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicolls) j 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Dr Williams, June 28, aet 17. 

(36) Story, Dixon, sixth son of Robert Story, husbandman 45 
(agricolae) , Lincolnshire, bom in Gautby ; school, Lincoln (Mr Goodall) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Dr Williams, June 30, aet. 17. 

(37) Swift, John, only son of George Swift, Derbyshire, born in 



ADMISSIONS. 1735. 81 

Chesterfield ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 30, aet. 19. 

(38) Jemblein, John, only son of James Jemblein, surgeon, 
Cambridgeshire, bom at Thorney in the Isle of Ely ; school, Lincoln 
(Mr Goodall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
June 30, aet. 19. 

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[Admissions in the year -j p. 16 ^ 38.] 

U. 17J 



July 1735— July 1736 
Admissiones a Julii 4'" Anno Dom. 1735 

(1) Lloyd, John, eldest son of John Lloyd, esquire, Middlesex, 
bom in London ; school, Shrewsbury (Dr Phillips) ; admitted pen- 

lo sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, September 22, aet. 17. 

(2) Starky, Joseph, third son of John Starky, attomey at law, 
Lancashire ; born in Rochdale ; school, Rivington (Mr Norcross) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, September 29, 
aet 17. 

15 (3) Bedingfield, Philip, Middlesex, formerly pensioner, ad- 
mitted fellow-commoner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 9. 

(4) Maxwell, Edward, younger son of Henry Maxwell, esquire, 
of Fynnabrouge, County Down, Ireland, born there ; educated at home 
(Mr Hawky) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 

20 October 11, aet. 17. 

(5) Vallete, Peter, only son of Peter Vallete, esquire, born at 
Port Royal in Jamaica ; school, Buntingford, Herts (Mr Sherson) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 25, 
aet 21. 

25 (6) Ball, Nathaniel, third son of John Ball, grocer (aromato- 
polae), Middlesex, born in London ; school, Kirbyhill, Richmond- 
shire (Mr Stubbs) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
October 27, aet 23. 

(7) Rickson, William, only son of Joseph Rickson, collector of 
30 taxes {telonarii) ; born at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire ; school, 

Tenby (Mr Edwards) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
October 28, aet. 19. 

(8) Bowling, John, third son of William Bowling, husbandman 
(agricolae) ; born in Pembroke ; school, Cosheston, Pembrokeshire 

35 (Mr Evans) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 
28, aet. 18. 

(9) Griffith, John, younger son of John GriflSth, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; born in Stanton ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 31, aet 19. 

40 (10) Bosvile, Q-odfrey, admitted pensioner November 25, 1734, 

s. 6 



82 ADMISSIONS. 1735—1736. 

admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, No- 
vember 3. 

(11) Strong, Thomas, second son of Isaac Strong, attorney, 
Cambridgeshire; born in Chatteris in the Isle of Ely; schools, 
Stamford and Peterborough (Mr Reid and Mr Bradfield) : admitted 5 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, November 4, aet. 18. 

173^ 

(12) Pena, Jolm, Notts, admitted sizar, April 16, 1725, ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, January 13. 

(13) Hovell, William, SuflFolk, admitted pensioner, December 
23, 1732, is admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, jq 
January 19. 

(14) Oreffeild, Peter, son of Ralph Creffeild, esquire, Essex ; 
bom in Colchester ; school, Ipswich (Mr Leeds) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, January 21, aet. 17. 

(15) Watson, Bobert, eldest son of John Watson, clerk, Yorks; 15 
bom in Hippon ; school, Rippon (Mr Stephens) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Broxholm, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, February 2, aet. 19. 

(16) Robinson, Edward, son of James Robinson, carpenter 
{fabri lignarii), Yorks ; born in Beverley ; school, Beverley (Mr 
JeflFerson) ; admitted sizar for Mr Heberden, tutor and surety 20 
Mr Green, March 20, aet. 18. 

1736 

(17) Wroughton, William, A.B. of Wadham College, Oxford, 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Heberden, April 8. 

(18) Sprat, John, younger son of Harflete Sprat, surgeon- 
doctor {chirurgi et medici), Kent ; bom in Sandwich ; school, Sand- 25 
wich (Mr Rutton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
April 9, aet. 19. 

(19) Miller, John, fourth son of James Miller, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire, bom at Clifton ; school, Clitharo, Lancashire 
(Mr Parke); admitted sizar for Dominus Rawstome, tutor and 3° 
surety Mr Wrigley, April 15, aet. 19. 

(20) Boardman, John, younger son of Thomas Boardman, 
schoolmaster {ludi-magistri), Lancashire; bora at Bury; schools. 
Bury, Lancashire (his father being master), and then at Braightmote, 
Lancashire (Mr Wild), 3 months ; admitted sizar for Mr Wilson, 35 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 16, aet. 23. 

(21) Edwards, John, elder son of Nathaniel Edwards, medical 
man (medici), Derbyshire ; born at Derby ; school, Repton (Mr 
Fletcher) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, April 
30, aet 19. 40 

(22) Greatorez, John, only son of Daniel Greatorex, clerk, 
Derbyshire ; bora at Westhallam ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 1, aet. 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 1736. 



83 



(23) Burrow, Benjamin, second son of William Burrow, clerk, 
Derbyshire ; bom and bred in Chesterfield (under his father) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 1, aet. 20. 

(24) Hatfield, George, second son of John Hatfield, gentleman, 
5 Yorks ; bom at Hatfield ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 1, aet. 19. 

(25) Holford, Peter, eldest son of Robert Holford, esquire and 
master in Chancery {armigeri et magistri Chancellariae), London ; 
school, Westminster (Dr Nicholls) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 

lo surety Dr Williams, May 3, aet. 17. 

(26) Baker, Thomas, eldest son of Edward Baker, maltster 
{brasiatorig), Kent ; bom at Wingham ; school, Canterbury (Mr 
Monins) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 12, 
aet. 19. 

15 (27) Oarr, William, only son of John Carr, organist of St Peter's 
Church, Leeds, Yorks ; bom in Leeds ; school, Leeds (Mr Sumpster) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Beresford, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
May 13, aet. 18. 

(28) Mainwaring, Henry, A.B., who was admitted pensioner 
20 June 9, 1729; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr 

Williams, May 17. 

(29) Summers, John, formerly admitted pensioner; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 18. 

(30) Noden, Ralph, only son of Ralph Noden, merchant, 
25 Middlesex; born in London; bred in Mr Craner's private school; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, senior, May 24, 
aet. 20. 

(31) Colquitt, Edward, younger son of John Colquitt, collector 
of taxes (tdonarii) at Leverpool, Lancashire ; bom in Leith, Scot- 

30 land ; school, Bury, Lancashire (Mr Lister) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 3, aet. 20. 

(32) Robinson, William, second son of Thomas Robinson, 
husbandman {agricolae), Yorks ; bora at South Duffield in the 
eastern portion of the coimty of York ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 

35 Saunders), two years and three months ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Williams, June 4, aet. 21. 

(33) Bridgeman, Richard, only son of Robert Bridgeman, 
gentleman, Cambridgeshire ; born at Swaff ham Bulbeck ; school, 
Ely (Mr Gunning) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 

40 June 10, aet. 19. 

(34) Pitzherbert, John, second son of William Fitzherbert, 
lawyer {legis periti), Derbyshire ; bom in Derby ; bred at Appleby 
(Mr Martin) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 
19, aet. 18. 

45 (35) Mickelson, Henry, eldest son of Henry Mickelson, ship- 
wright {naciculariam facientis), Norfolk ; born in Lynn Regis ; 
bred there (Mr Squire); admitted sizar for Mr Rutherforth, tutor 
and surety Dr Williams, June 21, aet. 17. 

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84 ADMISSIONS. 1736. 

(36) steed, Thomas, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Ileberdeu, June 25. 

(37) Hammond, William, elder son of William Hammond, 
druggist {p/iannacopolae), Sussex ; bom in the town of Battle ; 
school, Charterhouse, London (Mr Hotchkis) ; admitted pensioner, 5 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 26, aet. 18. 

(38) Okeley, Francis, eldest son of Francis Okeley, peruke 
maker (capillamentorum tutoi'is), Beds; bom in Bedford; school, 
Charterhouse, London (Mr Hotchkis) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Salisbiuy, tutor and surety Dr WiUianis, June 26, aet. 18. lo 

(39) Ward, Thomas, younger son of Thomas Ward, husband- 
man (agricolae) Yorks ; bom in Deepdale in Dent ; school, Sed- 
bergh (Dr Saunders), 2 years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, June 28, aet. 20. 

(40) Tennant, Calvert, younger son of Edward Tennant, 15 
husbandman {agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Mount- Parke in Wensley, 
Richmondshire ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders), 5 years ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 28, aet. 20. 

(41) Tucker, John Carter, second son of Francis Tucker, clerk, 
Devonshire; bom in Lankey; school, Barnstaple (Mr Luck); ad- 20 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, June 28, aet 16. 

(42) Lord, Robert, A.B. of Exeter College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Heberdeu, July 1 . 

(43) Walker, Edward, A.B. of Balliol College, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Heberden, July 1. 25 

(44) Frampton, Algernon, eldest sou of Thomas Frampton, 
clerk, Wilts ; born in Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone), 2 years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 7, aet. 16. 

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[Admissions in the year \ p. 23 V 44.] 

July 1736 — July 1737 

: Admissiones a Julii 9°° A. d. 1736 

(I) Ogden, Samuel, son of Thomas Ogden, dyer {pannos tin- 30 
genu's), Lancashire ; bora in Manchester ; school, Manchester (Mr 
Brook) , admitted sizar for Mr Culm, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
August 25, aet. 20. 

Memorandum quod praedictus S. Ogden litteras infra scriptas 
secmn attullt e Coll. Begali. 35 

This is to certify all whom it may concern that Samuel Ogden 
was admitted poor scholar in King's College in Cambridge the 
beginning of March, 1738, and hath kept eight terms, and during 

^ Of these six had previously been admitted sizar or pensioner of 
the college. The whole number of new members admitted is therefore 
only 38. 



ADMISSIONS. 1736— 173|. 85 

all that time hath behaved himself in a studions, decent and sober 
manner. 

King's College, August 19, J. Evans, Senior Fellow. 

1736. J. Heath, blaster of Arts. 

J. Bowles, Dean of Arts. e 

John Naylor, Bursar. 
John Whaley, Lecturer. 
The above mentioned Samuel Ogden hath hereby our consent to 
admit himself in any other college. 

Kujg's Coll., August 20, 1736. lO 

[Signed by the same persons. Heath adding to his description 
above and Pro Tutor. ] 

(2) Green, John, eldest son of Maurice Green, Mus. Doc. and 
Professor of Music in the University of Cambridge, Middlesex ; bom 

in London; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 15 
surety Mr Wrigley, August 26, aet. 18. 

(3) Cooper, Nathaniel, only son of Nathaniel Cooper, gentle- 
man, Devonshire ; born in Plymouth ; bred at Much Haddam, 
Hertfordshire (Mr Flassell); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, October 14, aet. 18. 20 

(4) Leeke, Seymour, Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, 
Westminster (Dr Nichols); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, October 25, aet. 18. 

(5) Omer, Jacoh, son of Peter Omer, shipowner (naucleri), 
Surrey; bom in South wark; school, Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; ad- 25 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, November 6, 
aet. 20. 

173^ 

(6) Gale, William, eldest son of Thomas Gale, clerk, Yorks; 
born in Kighley ; school, Thresh6eld (Mr ^Marshall), one year ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Tyson, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, January 24, 30 
aet. 20. 

(7) Fawsey, James, eldest son of James Pawsey, husbandman 
(agricolae), Suflfolk ; bom at Stanningfield ; school, Bury (Mr Kins- 
man) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Alvis, March 4, aet. 19. 

(8) Lipyeatt, Jonathan, youngest son of Thomas Lipyeatt, 35 
gentleman, Wiltshire ; born at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 11, aet. 14. 

(9) Charlesworth, Robert, youngest son of Robert Charles- 
worth, gentleman, Derbyshire ; bom at Castleton ; school, Chester- 
field (Mr Burrow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 40 
March 18, aet. 19. 

( 10) Hallows, Brabazon, eldest son of Thomas Hallows, esquire, 
Notts ; bora in Nottingham ; school, Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr 
Burrow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 
18, aet. 20. 45 



86 ADMISSIONS. 1737. 

1737 

(11) Fry, Joseph, elder son of Walter Fry, stone-mason {caeinen- 
tarii), Wilts ; bom at Salisburj- ; bred there (Mr Hele) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, March 29, aet. 19. 

(12) White, Thomas, only son of Josepli White, glover (chiro- 
thecarii), Herefordshire ; bom in Hereford ; bred there (Mr WiUim); 5 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 18, aet 19. 

(13) Rosse, John, only son of John Rosse, attorney at law, 
Herefordshire ; bom in Ross ; bred in Hereford (Mr Willim) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 18, aet 18. 

(14) Bering, Heneage, younger son of Heneage Dering, LL.D., lo 
Dean of Rippon, Yorks ; born in Rippon ; bred there (Mr Stephens) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 22, aet. 17. 

(15) Elsley, Gregory, second son of Gregory Elsley, gentleman, 
Yorks ; bora in Patrick firompton; bred at Kirk Heaton (Mr Clarke); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, April 23, aet. 20. 1 5 

(16) Eliot, Alexander, only son of GritBth Eliot, gentleman, 
Pembrokeshire ; bora in Tenby ; bred there (Mr Holcombe) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and .surety Dr Williams, April 23, aet 17. 

(17) Chamley, Henry, only son of WilHam Chamley, clerk, 
Lancashire ; born in Alston ; bred at Sherboum, Yorks (Mr Addi- 20 
son) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 28, aet. 19. 

(18) Batty, William, elder son of William Batty, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks ; bom at Tadcaster ; bred at Sherboum (Mr 
Addison) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, April 28, 
aet 20. 25 

(19) Morgan, Edward, younger son of David Edwards Morgan, 
husbandman (agricolae), Camiarthenshire; bom at Lausaduru; bred 
at Langathen (Mr Prothero) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, May 2, aet 23. 

(20) Kerchevall, John, younger son of John Kerchevall, clerk, 30 
Lincolnshire ; bora at Grantham ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 5, aet. 18. 

(21) Venn, Edward, eldest son of Richard Venn, clerk, Middle- 
sex ; bom in London ; school, St Paul's, London (Mr Crump 2 
years and then Mr Charles); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 35 
Williams, May 9, aet. 20. 

(22) Christopherson, Christopher, younger son of John 
Christopherson, clerk, Cumberland ; bora at Addingham ; bred at 
Appleby, Westmorland (Mr Y'ates); admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, May 17, aet 18. 40 

(23) Stoddart, William, son of John Stoddart, attorney at law, 
Northumberland ; bom at Morpeth ; bred there (Mr Holden) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 17, aet 19. 

(24) Adams, (George, younger son of Robert Adams, husband- 
man (agricolae), Cambridgeshire ; bom at Duxford ; bred at Bishop- 45 
stortford (Mr Mall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
May 24, aet 20. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1737. 87 

(25) Hodson, Henry, elder son of Henry Hodson, clerk, Kent; 
born in Headcom ; school, Tunbridge (Mr Spencer) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr "Wrigley, May 27, aet. 1 8. 

(26) Burrell, John, younger son of William Burrell, clerk, 
5 Sussex, born at Brightling ; bred at Battle (Mr Jenkin) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 18, aet. 18. 

(27) Phillcox, Jolin, eldest son of Thomas Phillcox, merchant, 
Sussex ; bom at Battle ; bred there (Mr Jenkin) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 18, aet. 18. (Died at Battle, 

lo Dec. 25, 1738. Note in margin.) 

(28) Bridges, Michael, only son of Michael Bridges, clerk, 
Yorks; bom at Crambe ; bred at Leeds (Mr Barnard); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, June 23, aet. 19. 

(29) Barnard, Thomas, elder son of Thomas Barnard, Head 
15 master of Leeds school ; born in Leeds; bred there under his father; 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 24, aet. 18. 

(30) Shaw, Timothy, seventh son of John Shaw, husbandman 
{agricdae), Cheshire ; born at Chermingham ; bred at Audlem (Mr 
Evans); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, 

20 aet. 22. 

(31) Franklsrn, Richard Farewell, elder son of Thomas 
Franklyn, attorney, Wiltshire; born at Marlborough; bred there 
(Mr Stone) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
Jime 30, aet. 17. 

25 (32) Richardson, Thomas, younger son of William Richardson, 
gentleman, Cumberland ; born at Penreth ; bred at Lowther (Mr 
Wilkinson) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 1, 
aet. 18. 

(33) Fletcher, John, second son of John Fletcher, gentleman, 
30 Cumberland ; born at Westward ; bred at Appleby, Westmorland 

(Mr Yates) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 4, 
aet. 19. 

(34) Littleton, Thomas,) „ , ^ , ^ , . , 

(35) Price, Richard, ^^' ^'^^''''^' a<Ji»»tted pensioners, 
35 (36) Pardee, Thomas, ) tutor and surety Mr Cradock, July 4. 

(37) Rawstome, James, fifth son of William Rawstorae, 
esquire, Lancashire ; born at Preston ; bred there (Mr Davis) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 7, aet. 19. 

(38) Howen, John, formerly sizar, admitted fellow commoner, 
40 tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 8. 

(39) Legassicke, Henry, eldest son of James Legassicke, 

esquire, Devonshire ; bora at Modbury ; school, Winchester (Dr 

Burton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 8, 

aet. 20. 

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45 [Admissions in the year i p. 20 ^ 39]. 

(s. 18J 

1 This was a readmission. 



88 ADMISSIONS. 1737— 173f. 

July 1737— July 1738 
Admissiones a Julii 8*° Anno Dom. 1737 

(1) Murton, Antony, eldest son of Antony Murton, clerk, 
Northamptonshire ; born at Woollaston ; educated by his father 
there; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 11, 
aet. 17. 

(2) Bead, Henry, elder son of Henry Read, gentleman, 5 
Wiltshire ; bom at Crowood ; school, Marlborough (Mr Stone) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 29, aet. 17.' 

(3) Osborn, Maxcellns, only son of George Osbom, esquire, 
Derbyshire ; born in Derby ; educated in his father's house (Mr 
Burden) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 10 
July 30, aet. 20. 

(4) Twentyman, Childers, elder son of John Twentyman, 
woollen draper {lanarii) ; bom at Newark ; bred there (Mr Brongh- 
ton) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 19, 
aet. 18. 15 

(5) Dawson, James, elder son of William Dawson, druggist 
(pharmacopolae), Lancashire ; bom in Manchester ; bred at Sal- 
ford (Mr Clayton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
October 21, aet. 20. 

(6) Peck, Francis, only son of Fr. Peck, clerk, Northampton- 20 
shire ; born at King's Cliflf ; schools, Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) 

1 year 3 months, then Loughborough, Leicestershire (Mr Martin) ; 
admitted sizar' for the Master, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
October 27, aet. 18. 

(7) Christian, Humphrey, third son of John Christian, lawyer 25 
(juris consultt), Cumberland ; born at Unerigg ; bred at Appleby, 
Westmoreland (Mr Yates) ; admitted sizar for Mr Fogg, tutor and 
surety Mr Green, October 29, aet. 18. 

(8) Griffenhoof, Nicolas, eldest son of Abraham Griffenhoof, 
druggist {pharmacopolae), Essex ; bom at Chelmsford ; bred there 30 
(Mr Tindall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
October 31, aet 20. 

(9) Dickenson, Charles, only son of John Dickenson, clerk, 
Lincolnshire ; born at Harlaxton ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr 
Adcock) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Dr 35 
Williams, November 2, aet. 18. 

1731 

(10) Walford, Edwin, son of Edwin Walford, gentleman, Essex ; 
born at Coggshall ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Green, January 9, aet. 18. 

(11) Perrot, Andrew, formerly pensioner, admitted fellow 40 
commoner, January 25. 

' Sizator not subsizator as usual. 



ADMISSIONS. 1731 — 1738. 



89 



(12) Wright, Henry, son of Henry Wright, gentleman, Cheshire; 
born at Oflferton ; school, Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, February 14, aet. 19. 

(13) Skjnme, William, eldest son of John Skyrme, esquire, 
5 Pembrokeshire ; born at Llawhaden ; school, Westminster (Dr 

Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, March 
3, aet. 20. 

1^14) Mount, James, only son of James Mount, clerk, Lanca- 
shire ; born at Kirkham ; bred there (Mr Taylor) and at Clitherow 
lo school (Mr Parke) for seven years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, March 7, aet. 20. 

(15) Copley, John, elder son of John Copley, attorney at law, 
Lancashire ; born at Hawkshead ; bred there (Mr Broxholm) four 
years, and at Lowther school, Westmorland (Mr Wilkinson), four 

15 years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 10, aet. 
18. 

(16) Dale, Richard, only son of John Dale, saddler {ephip- 
piarii), Yorks ; born in Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, March 21, aet. 19. 

20 (17) Clint, Samuel, only son of Samuel Clint, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Ripley ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Mar- 
shall); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 21, 
aet. 19. 

(18) Stockdale, John, second son of WilUam Stockdale, hus- 
25 bandman {agricolae), Yorks; born at Grassingtou; bred at Thresh- 
field (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
March 21, aet. 18. 

(19) Barton, James, younger son of Ralph Barton, yeoman 
(j/eomanni), Lancashire , born at Wiggan ; school, Manchester (Mr 

30 Brooke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 
24, aet. 18. 

1738 

(20) Abson, Samuel, only son of John Abson, clerk, Notts; 
bom in Nottingham ; bred at Southwell (Mr Bugg) three years, and 
at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) one year; admitted sizar, tutor and 

35 surety Dr Williams, March 27, aet. 19. 

(21) Vyner, Robert, only son of Robert Vyner, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; bom in London ; educated in his father's house (Mr Guenaire) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, April 3, 
aet. 19. 

40 (22) Knowsley, Edward, only son of Edward Knowsley, gentle- 
man, Yorks ; bom at Brandesburton ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Tunstall, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 4, 
aet. 19. 

(23) Murray, William, Middlesex, A.B. of Oxford ; admitted 
45 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Gierke, April 11. 

(24) Johnston, Samuel, son of Samuel Johnston, clerk, Yorks ; 



90 ADMISSIONS. 1738. 

born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Broxhohne, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 14, aet. 20. 

(25) Bentham, Oteofbej, eighth son of Samuel Bentham, clerk, 
Cambridgeshire ; born in Ely ; bred there (Mr Gunning) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Kutherforth, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 15, 5 
aet. 18. 

(26) Dammant, William, elder son of William Dammant, 
surgeon {chirurgi), Essex; bom at Colchester; bred there (Mr 
Smythies) for more than four years, afterwards at Bury St Edmunds, 
Suflfolk (Mr Kinsman), two years; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr lo 
Williams, April 29, aet 17. 

(27) Pinnell, Bichard, eldest son of Richard Pinnell, merchant, 
Surrey; bom in Tooting ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 6, aet. 19. 

(28) Allen, Qeorge, eldest son of Thomas Allen, clerk, Notts ; 1 5 
born at Mansfield; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 10, aet. 20. 

(29) Marsh, William, seventh son of Richard Marsh, clerk, 
and formerly fellow of the College, Kent ; born at Dover ; bred at 
Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 20 
Williams, May 17, aet 20. 

(30) Bothery, William, eldest son of Joseph Rotherj-, clerk, 
Yorks ; bom in York ; school. Charterhouse (Mr Hotchkis) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, senior. May 24, aet 15. 

(31) Gougli, Thomas, third son of Walter Gough, esquire, Staf- 25 
fordshire; bora at Bishopberry ; bred at Newport, Salop (Mr Lea); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 26, aet 18. 

(32) Turner, William, eldest son of William Turner, attomey 
at law, Derbyshire; bom in Derby; bred at Reptou (Mr Fletcher); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 29, aet. 18. 30 

(33) Carleton, George, second son of Henrj- Carleton, collector 
of taxes (exactoHs), Sussex ; born at Hastings ; school, Westminster 
(Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
June 1, aet. 20. 

(34) Boper, Bobert, elder son of Brjan Roper, esquire, Durham ; 35 
born in Trimdon ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 5, aet. 17. 

(35) Abdy, Antony Thomas, eldest son of Sir William Abdy, 
Bart., Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred at Felsted, Essex (Mr 
Wyatt) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 9, 40 
aet 17. 

(36) Hall, Francis, elder son of Francis Hall, attorney at law, 
Yorks ; bom at Swath ; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrows) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 16, aet. 18. 

(37) Hallows, Chaworth, second son of Thomas Hallows, esquire, 45 
Ireland ; bom in DubUn, parents' counties, the one Derbyshire, the 
other Notts; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrows); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 16, aet. 20. 



ADMISSIONS. 1738. 91 

(38) Dawson, John, younger son of John Dawson, 'aromato- 
polae,' Lancashire ; bom in Rochdale ; bred there (Mr Suttliffe) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 16, aet. 18. 

(39) Robinson, Edward, sixth son of John Robinson, husband- 
5 man (agricolae), Lancashire ; bom at Holton ; bred at Scorton, Yorks 

(Mr Noble) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 20, 
aet. 18. 

(40) Allen, Cuthbert, younger son of John Allen, husbandman 
{agricolae), Richmondshire ; bora at Snaisholm in Aisgarth ; bred at 

lo Scorton, Yorks (Mr Noble); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Wrigley, June 20, aet. 21. 

(41) Smith, Robert, son of Robert Smith, husbandman (agri- 
colae), Isle of Ely ; bom at Whittlesea ; bred in the city of Ely (Mr 
Gunning) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 

15 22, aet 21. 

(42) Smith, Lawrence, third son of James Smith, husbandman 
(agricolae), Beds ; born at Sharpinhoe ; bred at Houghton Regis (Mr 
Bradshaw) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 23, 
aet. 18. 

20 (43) Gunning, Stuart, second son of Henry Gunning, clerk. 
Isle of Ely ; bora in the city of Ely ; educated there by his father, 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr WiUiams, June 24, aet. 15. 

(44) Smith, Sawyer, only son of Edward Smith, druggist 
(pharmacopolae), Warwickshire; born in Coventrj'; bred there (Mr 

25 Jackson); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 
28, aet 21. 

(45) Brown, Tatton, A.B., of Balliol College, Oxford, admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 28. 

(46) Underwood, George, A.B., of Christ Church, Oxford, ad- 
30 mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Prime, June 28. 

(47) Griffith, Richard, A.B., of University College, Oxford, ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Prime, June 28. 

(48) Wilson, Cuthbert, third son of Roger Wilson, merchant, 
Northumberland ; bora in Newcastle ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; 

35 admitted sizar for Mr Clayton, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 
28, aet. 18 years and about 9 months. 

(49) White, Thomas, A.B., of Merton College, Oxford, admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, June 28. 

(60) Lawson, Johnson, only son of John Lawson, linen draper 
40 (lintearii), Kent ; bora in Canterbury ; bred there (Mr Monins) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, June 29, aet. 19. 

(51) Ball, James, fourth son of John Ball, ' centurionis,' North- 
amptonshire; born at Stoke; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Ad- 
cock) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 29, 

45 aet. 20. 

(52) Martin, John, eldest son of Digory Martin, attorney at law, 
Devonshire ; born at Hatherleigh ; bred at Tiverton (Mr Westley) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 30, 
aet. 20. 



92 ADMISSIONS. 1738. 

(53) Lewis, Samuel, only son of Samuel Lewis, blacksmith 
ifabri ferrei), Suffolk ; born at Stratford ; bred at Dedham, Essex 
(Mr Grimwood) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 
30, aet. 19. 

(54) Williams, George, A.B., of New Inn Hall, Oxford, admitted 5 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Prime, July 1. 

(55) Bamsden, William, elder son of John Ramsden, 8chool> 
master {ludi tnagistri), 'Storks; horn at Pennistone; bred at Wors- 
brough (Mr Staniland) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Wrigley, July 3, aet. 20. lo 

(56) Griffiths, Griffith, only son of Maurice Griffith, gentleman ; 
boru at Aberdaron, Bangor ; bred at Carnarvon (Mr Jones); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 3, aet 19. 

(57) Stafford, James, fifth son of Antony Stafford, gentleman, 
Derbyshire; bom at Strand; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) one 15 
year ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr AVilliams, July 6, aet 23. 

(58) Hutclunson, Samuel, only son of Samuel Hutchinson, 
clerk, Lincolnshire; born at Langton; school, Charterhouse (Mr 
Hotchkis) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 

6, aet 'circiter' 17. «o 

(f.c. 3M 
[Admissions in the year •] p. 25 [■ 58.] 
Is. 30 I 



July 1738— July 1739 
Admissiones a Julii 7"° 1738 

(1) Thomas, Noah, only son of Hophin Thomas, master of a 
merchant vessel {navis onerariae pratfecti), Glamorganshire ; born 
at Neath; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 18, aet 18. 25 

(2) Beauvoir, Osmund, third son of William Beauvoir, clerk, 
Essex ; bom at Bocking ; school, Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 26, aet 18. 

(3) Lethieullier, Samuel, fourth son of William Lethieullier, 
esquire, Middlesex ; born iu London ; educated in his father's house 3° 
(Mr Cradock) for four years and then in the house of Mr Grigman 
for two years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Gierke, 
November 1, aet 19. 

(4) Hallows, Brabazon, Notts, who was admitted pensioner 
March IS, 173|, admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr 35 
Wrigley November 3. 

(5) Porster, Bichard, second son of George Forster, esquire ; 
bora in the parish of St Joseph in the island of Barbadoes, America, 
on the father's side coming of a Northumberland family ; bred at 

^ Of this number one was a readmission. 



ADMISSIONS. 1738—1739. 93 

Hackney, Middlesex (Mr Henry Newcome); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, November 4, aet. 21. 

(6) Grinfield, William, younger son of Richard Grinfield, gen- 
tleman, Wiltshire; born at Mildenhall ; school, Marlborough (Mr 

5 Stone) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 
11, aet. 17. 

173f 

(7) Omer, Jacob, admitted pensioner on November 6, 1736, 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr WiUiams, February 3. 

(8) Ainscough, Thomas, A.B., who was formerly admitted sizar, 
lo admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, February 9. 

(9) Twells, John, younger son of Leonard Twells, clerk, Hamp- 
shire ; bom at Wallop ; school, Marlborough (Mr Stone) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, February 15, aet. 19. 

(10) Ainsworth, Thomas, second son of John Ainsworth, 
15 gentleman, Lancashire; bora at Blackborii ; schools, Rivington (Mr 

Norcross) 6 years, and Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) one year and more ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 14. 

(11) Eyley, John, younger son of John Ryley, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks ; born at Bolton ; bred at Clitharow, Lancashire 

20 (Mr Parke); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 19, 
aet. 19. 

1739 

(12) Goodere, Richard, second son of John Goodere, esquire, 
Essex; born at Barking; school, Eton (Dr George); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, March 27, aet. 20. 

25 (13) Eyre, Robert, eldest son of John Eyre, esquire, Surrey; 
born at Putney ; bred at Guilsborough, Northamptonshire (Mr 
Horton); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, April 6, 
aet. 19. 

{Fehre et gangrcena correptus mortem obiif, August 8, 1739 : 

30 Note in Register.) 

(14) Claobury, John, elder son of Augustine Claobury, shoe- 
maker (calceatoris), Salop; born at Longden; school, Shrewsbury (Mr 
Hotchkis) ; admitted sizar for Mr Rutherforth, tutor and surety Dr 
Williams, April 19, aet. 19. 

35 (16) Laxton, Robert, elder son of Robert Laxton, Northamp- 
tonshire ; bora in Peterborough ; school, Peterborough (Mr Marshall) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 3, aet. 18. 

(16) Lee, John, elder son of W^illiam Lee, gentleman, Yorks ; 
bora at Lecconfield near Beverley; school, Beverley (Mr Clark); 

40 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 5, aet. 20. 

(17) CJraven, John Hardey, younger son of John Craven, bailiflf 
{praediorum jyrocuratoris) to the Earl of Berkshire, Lancashire; 
bora at Melling ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Williams, May 9, aet. 20. 



94 ADMISSIONS. 1739. 

(18) Bryant, William, eldest son of William Bryant, weaver 
{textorit), Norfolk ; bom at Norwich ; educated in the house of 
Mr Langwade in that city ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Green, May 15, aet 20. 

(19) Oibson, John, eldest son of Richard Gibson, husbandman 5 
(agricolas), Lancashire ; born at Hollinghead ; school, Manchester 
(Mr Brook) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 15, 
aet 19. 

(20) Samber, James Stirling, only son of Samuel Legg Samber, 
M.D., Dorset; bom at Dorchester; school, Salisbury (Mr Thomas) ; 10 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, May 18, aet 19. 

(21) Bowley, William, elder son of William Rowley, 'in arte 
pannos conficiendi opificis,' Herefordshire ; bora in Hereford ; 
school, Hereford (Mr Willim) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Williams, May 30, aet 19. 15 

(22) Hutton, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Hutton, deceased, 
Westmorland ; bora at Kirkby Lonsdale ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Saunders) 2 years ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
June 2, aet. 20. 

(23) Salt, Thomas, third son of James Salt, clerk, Cambridge- 20 
shire ; bora at Chesterton ; school, Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinsman) 
four years; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 5, 
aet. past 1 8. 

(24) Burrell, Peter, son of John Burrell, esquire, Middlesex ; 
bora in London ; bred at Douay, Flanders ; admitted pensioner, 25 
tutor and surety Mr Taylor, junior, June 9, aet. 21. 

(25) Woolley, Bichard, son of John WooUey, husbandman 
{agricolae), Derbyshire ; bora at Marston Montgomery ; school, 
Repton; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 11, 
aet. 19. 30 

(26) Harding, William, younger son of John Harding, draggist 
{pharmacopolae), Hunts ; born at Kimbolton ; bred at Oakham, 
Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
June 1.3, aet 20. 

(27) Degulhon, Stephen, only son of Stephen Degulhon, 35 
gentleman, Middlesex ; bora in London ; bred in Canterbury (Mr 
Monins); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr "Williams, June 20, 
aet 19. 

(28) Davison, Morton, second son of William Davison, esquire, 
Durham ; bora in Beamish ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth) ; 40 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, junior, June 23, 
aet IS. 

(29) Bume, Bobert, son of William Burne, clerk, Durham ; 
bora at Monk Haselden ; school, Durham (Mr Dongfworth) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Rowe, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 23, 45 
aet 19. 

(30) Ashton, John, fourth son of Francis Ashton, schoolmaster, 
Lancashire ; bora in Lancaster ; educated some time by his father. 



ADMISSIONS. 1739. 



95 



then at Preston (Mr Oliver) pene two years and lastly at Eton 
(Dr George) half a year; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, June 26, aet. 18. 

(31) Cole, William, third son of Charles Cole, clerk, Rector of 
5 North Crawley, Bucks ; bom there ; school, Ely (Mr Gunning) ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, aet. 18. 

(32) Cole, Charles Nalson, fourth son of Charles Cole, 
above ; bom at North Crawley, Bucks ; school, Ely (Mr Gunning) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, 

lo aet. 17. 

(33) Pateman, William, elder son of William Pateman, butcher 
(lann), Bedfordshire ; bom at Arlsey ; bred there ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, aet 16. 

(34) Wood, Thomas, A.B., Oxford, admitted pensioner, surety 
15 Mr Green, June 27. 

(35) Smith, John, younger son of Kenelm Smith ; bora at 
Barrowdon, Rutland ; bred at Uppingham (Mr Hubbert) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 28, aet. 18. 

(36) Wilmot, William, second son of Richard Wilmot, M.D., 
20 Derbyshire ; born in Derby ; bred at Appleby, Leicestershire (Mr 

Martin) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 5, 
aet 18. 

(tc. 21] 

20 4 36.] 
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[Admissions in the year 



July 1739— July 1740 
Admissiones a Julii 6'° 1739 

(1) Powel, Charles, younger son of Francis Powel, clerk, 
25 Essex; bom in Colchester; school, Colchester (Mr Smythies) ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Tunstall, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
September 19, aet 19. 

(2) Younge, Thomas, second son of Thomas Younge, deceased, 
Yorks ; bom at SheflBeld ; bred there (Mr Cliff) ; admitted sizar, 

30 tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 10, aet 18 and 'circiter' 
nine months. 

(3) Hussey, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Hussey, esquire, 
deceased, Sussex ; born at Burwash ; bred first at Maidstone (Mr 
Walvyn), then in the private house of Mr Moreton at Staplehurst ; 

35 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr WilUams, October 13, 
aet. 17 and one month. 

(4) Bell, Balph, elder son of Ralph Bell, gentleman, Yorks ; 
born at Thirsk ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 13, aet. 19. 



' One of these is a readmission. 



96 ADMISSIONS. 1739—1740. 

(5) Tennant, John, second son of John Tennant, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Burusall ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Marshall) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 30, aet 18. 

(6) Derby, John, elder son of William Derby, clerk, Dorset ; 
born at Winbourne ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted sizar for 5 
Mr Fogg, tutor and surety Mr Green, November 1, aet. 19. 

(7) Chariton, George, second son of Charles Cheriton, glover 
(chirothecarii), Middlese.\ ; bom in Westminster ; school, West- 
minster (Dr Nicol) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
November 5, aet. 17. lo 

(8) Towers, John, second son of James Towers, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire ; born in the Isle of Walney ; bred at 
Kendal (Mr Towers) one and a half years, then at Urswick, Lanca- 
shire (Mr Addison) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
November 6, aet. 20. 1 5 

(9) Wright, Henry, Cheshire, who was admitted pensioner 
February 14, 173| ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, November 7. 

(10) Kingsman, Jasper, only son of Jasper Kingsman, esquire, 
Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred at Hackney (Mr Newcome) ; 20 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, November 14, 
aet. 19. 

1740 

(11) Piatt, Joshua, elder son of Williamson Piatt, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire ; l»orn at Warrington ; bred there at first, and 
afterwards at Manchester school (Mr Brooks) for eleven months ; 25 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 14, aet. 18. 

(12) Baskett, Kingsman, son of the Reverend John Baskett, 
fonnerly fellow of the College, Dorset ; bom at Shapwick ; school, 
Winbourne ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, 
April 21, aet. 19. 3° 

(13) Taylor, John, elder son of John Taylor, clerk, Kent ; bora 
at Darenth ; bred at Bishops Stortford, Herts (Mr Mall) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, junior. May 1, aet. 17. 

(14) Mapletoft, Matthew, third sou of Edmund Mapletoft, 
clerk, Cambridgeshire ; born at Bartlow ; bred at Bishops Stortford, 35 
Herts (Mr Mall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Tunstall, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, May 1, aet 18. 

(15) Qri£B.es, John, son of J. Griffies, gentleman ; bora in 
Carmarthen ; school, Charterhouse (Mr Hotchkis) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, May 5, aet. 18. 40 

(16) Heton, James, fourth son of James Heton, husbandman 
(agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Bolton ; bred there (Mr Ashburaell) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 12, aet. 18. 

(17) Moseley, Thomas, eldest son of Richard Moseley, clerk, 
Yorks; born in York ; school, Beverley (Mr Clarke); admitted sizar, 45 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 21, aet. IS. 



ADMISSIONS. 1740. 97 

(18) Riley, Joseph, third son of James Riley, cloth -maker 
{panni opijicis), Yorks ; born at Sourby ; school, Rishworth (Mr 
Wadsworth) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 23, 
aet. 23. 
5 (19) Powley, John, only son of Robert Powley, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born in Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, May 28, 
aet. 19. 

(20) Hurton, Pregion, posthumous son of John Hurton, 
10 yeoman (fundi sui cultoris), Lincolnshire; born at Apley; school, 

Lincoln (Mr Gooddall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 2, aet. IS. 

(21) Davison, Morton, admitted pensioner, June 23, 1739 ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, junior, 

15 June 3. 

(22) Hesleden, William, posthumous son of William Hesleden, 
husbandman (agricolae), Yorks ; bom at Horton ; bred there 
(Mr Thornton); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
June 4, aet. 24. 

20 (23) Oomey, James, fourth son of James Corney, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Howgill in the parish of Sedbergh ; 
school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 11, aet. 21. 

(24) Clark, John, younger son of Edward Clark, clerk, Rich- 
25 mondshire ; bora at Cleasby ; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble) ; admitted 

sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 13, aet. 19. 

(25) Tennant, John, admitted sizar on Oct. 30, is admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 14, 

(26) Forster, William, eldest son of William Forster, clerk 
30 and Precentor of Durham Cathedral, Durham ; born in the City 

of Durham ; bred there (Mr Dongworth) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 16, aet. 17. 

(27) Ekins, Randolph, younger son of Robert Ekins, gentleman, 
Middlesex ; born in London ; school. Merchant Tailors' (Mr Creech) ; 

35 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 19, aet. 19. 

(28) Jackson, William, fifth son of Lancelot Jackson, deceased, 
Westmorland ; born at Bampton ; bred at Lowther (Mr Wilkinson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 19, aet. 19. 

(29) Benson, John, third son of William Benson, husbandman 
40 (agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Hawkshead ; bred at Lowther 

(Mr Wilkinson) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
June 19, aet. 22. 

(30) Austen, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Austen, gentleman, 
Kent ; born at Chatham ; bred, first at Maidstone (Mr Walwyn), then 

45 Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Williams, June 21, aet. 19. 

(31) Lodge, John, son of John Lodge, clerk, Cambridgeshire ; 
born at March in the parish of Doddington in the Isle of Ely ; 

s. 7 



98 ADMISSIONS. 1740. 

educated by his father ; admitted sizar, tntor and surety Dr Williams, 
June 24. aet. 18. 

(32) Shepherd, Antony, elder son of Arthur Shepherd, 
Westmorland ; bom at Kendal ; bred there (Mr Towers) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 2.5, aet. 19. c 

(33) Baker, Oeorge, son of George Baker, esquire, of Crooke, 
Durham ; bom at Crooke ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 27, aet. 18. 

(34) Davison, Thomas, youngest son of William Davison, 
esquire, of Beamish, Durham ; bora at Beamish ; school, Durham i o 
(Mr Dongworth) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, 
junior, June 27, aet. 18. 

(35) Wilson, James, A.B., of Jesus College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Clerke, June 26. 

(36) Hill, Thomas, son of John Hill, clerk, Wilts; bora at 15 
Stourton ; bred at Brawton (Mr Goldsborough) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Green, June 26, aet past 18. 

(37) Wynn, John, A.B., of Jesus College, Oxford; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Fogg, June 26. 

(38) Stuart, John, son of John Steuart (sic), clerk, Sussex ; 20 
bora at Chichester ; school, Southampton (Mr Scott) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 26, aet 19. 

(39) Webster, Thomas, elder son of William Webster, architect 
{architecti), Hunts; bora at Kimbolton; bred under Dr Owen; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, June 28, aet 20. 25 

(40) Fortune, John, A.B. of Pembroke College, Oxford ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, surety Mr Wrigley, June 28. 

(41) Downes, Henry, son of John Downes, clerk, Derbyshire ; 
bora at Derwent ; bred at Rothram (Mr Stephenson) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 30, aet 19. 3° 

(42) Marsden, Henry, only son of Henry Marsden of Wenning- 
ton Hall in the parish of Melling in the county of Lancaster, esquire, 
Westmorland ; born at Askhani ; bred at Scorton in the county of 
York (Mr Noble) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr TunsUll, July 1, aet 18. 35 

(43) Barnard, Thomas, son of George Barnard, clerk, Hert- 
fordshire ; born at Harpenden ; educated by his father at home ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 1, aet 19. 

(44) Smith, John, elder son of John Smith, deceased, Essex ; 
bora at Stanway; bretl at Dedham (Mr Grimwood) ; admitted sizar, 40 
tutor and surety Dr Williams, July 1, aet. 17. 

(45) Wegg, Samuel, younger son of George W^g, gentleman, 
Essex ; born at Colchester ; bred there (Mr Smithies) for six years, 
and for the last year Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinsman); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 2, aet 16. 45 

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p. 4 V 45.] 
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ADMISSIONS. 1740. 



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July 1740— July 1741 



Admissiones a Julii 5to 1740 

(1) Farrington, William, eldest son of George Farrington, 
esquire, Lancashire ; bom at Shaw-Hall ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr 
Burroughs) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
July 21, aet. 19. 
5 (2) Pitt, Ridgway, Earl of Londonderry ; bom in London, 
son of Thomas, Earl of Londonderry; school, Bury St Edmunds 
(Mr Kinnesman) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Gierke, September 25, aet. 18. 

(3) Hall, Thomas Rumbold, only son of Henry Hall, clerk, 
lo Cambs ; born at Foulmire; bred at Seaming, Norfolk (Mr Brett) ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, September 27, 
aet 18. 

(4) Wilkinson, James, eldest son of John Wilkinson, attorney 
at law, Yorks ; bom in Hull ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; 

15 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, September 30, 
aet 19. 

(5) Colefaz, Thomas, only son of Richard Colefax, husbandman 
{agricolae), Salop ; bora in Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Hotchkiss) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 4, aet 18. 

20 (6) Lethieullier, Samuel, admitted pensioner, November l, 
1738, admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Clerke, October 8. 

(7) Twyford, William, only son of Robert Twyford, clerk, 
Derbyshire ; bom at Glossop ; bred at Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 10, aet 17. 

25 (8) Wadsworth, Richard, elder son of Richard Wadsworth, 
schoolmaster {ludimagistri), Yorks ; born at Sowerby in the parish 
of Hallifax; school, Rishworth (Mr Wadsworth, his father) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor Mr Wrigley, October 11, aet. 21. 

(9) Whitworth, Henry, eldest son of William Whitworth, 
30 gentleman, Yorks ; born at Soyland in the parish of HalUfax ; bred 

at Rishworth (Mr Wadsworth) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, October 1 1 , aet 20. 

(10) Steer, George, eldest son of George Steer, deceased, 
Yorks ; bom at Sheffield ; bred there (Mr CliflFe) ; admitted sizar, 

35 tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 13, aet. 21. 

(11) Benson, Edward, elder son of John Benson, clerk, Kent; 
bom in Rochester ; school, Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 14, aet. 19. 

(12) Brown, Henry Langford, only son of Thomas Brown, 
40 esquire, deceased, Devonshire ; born in the city of Exeter ; bred at 

Tiverton (Mr Smith) and for two years at Totness (Mr Taunton); 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Alvis, October 15, 
aet 19. 

(13) Qisbome, James, eldest son of James Gisborae, clerk, 

7—2 



100 ADMISSIONS. 1740— 4f. 

Derbyshire ; bom at Staveley ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 17, aet. 18. 

(14) Johnson, John, third son of Maurice Johnson, esquire, 
lawyer {annigeri et juris contulti), Lincolnshire ; bom at Spalding ; 
bred there (Mr Whiting) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 5 
Williams, October 20, aet. 19. 

(15) Hussey, Edward, second son of Thomas Hussey, esquire, 
Sussex ; born at Burwash ; bred at Tunbridge, Kent (Mr Spencer) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, October 25, 
aet 17. 10 

(16) Skinner, John, eldest son of John Skinner, attorney at 
law, Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Reading, Berkshire 
(Mr Hiley) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Taylor, junior, 
October 25, aet 16. 

(17) Tatham, Sandford, third son of William Tatham, esquire 15 
and J. P. {armigeri et irenarchae), Lancashire ; born at Over Hall in 
the parish of Thornton; bred at Scorton, Yorks (Mr Noble); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, October 27, aet 18. 

(18) Loup, William, fifth son of George Loup, surge«ju and 
draggist {chirurgi et phannacopolae), Yorks ; born at Rippon ; 20 
bred at W^ath (Mr Panther) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, October 30, aet. 19. 

(19) Ashby, George, only son of Edmund Ashby, gentleman, 
Middlesex ; born at Clarkenwell in the city of London ; school, 
Westminster (Dr NicoU) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 25 
Williams, November 1, aet 16. 

(20) Leeke, Sesrmour, admitted pensioner, October 25, 1736; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Williams, No- 
vember 12. 



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(21) Taylor, Richard, younger son of John Taylor, gentleman, 30 
Lancashire ; born at Clitheroe ; bred at Threshfield, Yorks (Mr 
Knowls) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, January 24, 
aet 20. 

(22) Crosbie, John, second son of Sir Maurice Crosby (nc), 
Bart., Ireland ; born at Ardfart, county Kerry ; bred at Bannagh in 35 
the same county (Mr Casey) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, January 31, aet 17. 

(23) Townsend, Honourable G«orge, eldest son of Charles 
Viscount To>vn8end, baron of Lynn Regis ; born in London ; school, 
Eton (Dr George) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 40 
Mr Green, February 21, aet. 17. 

(24) Leyboume, William, son of Talbot Leyboume, clerk, 
Yorks ; bom at Bulmer ; school, Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, March 11, aet. 18. 

(25) Shields, James, son of John Shields, gentleman, Durham ; 45 



ADMISSIONS. 174^ — 41. 101 

born in Durham ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, March 14, aet. 19. 

(26) Mieres, Andrew, son of Andrew Mieres, clerk, Cambridge- 
shire; born in Cambridge; school, Burmingham, Warwickshire 

5 (Mr Green) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
March 20, aet. 25. 

(27) Scales, Richard, son of Robert Scales, gentleman, Lan- 
cashire ; born at Thwaitehead ; bred first at Hawkshead (Mr Dixon), 
then at Heversham, Westmorland (Mr Nicholson) ; admitted sizar, 

lo tutor Mr Wrigley, March 21, aet, 18. 

1741 

(28) Shuttleworth, Barton, son of Ralph Shuttleworth, vintner 
{oinopolae), Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Rochdale, Lan- 
cashire (Mr SutcliflFe) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Wrigley, March 28, aet. 17. 

1 5 (29) Brooke, Samuel, son of Samuel Brooke, D.D., Yorks ; 
born at Leeds ; bred there (Mr Barnard) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, April 11, aet. 18, 

(30) Wigleswortli, Henry, son of Henry Wiglesworth, deceased, 
Lancashire ; born at Colne ; bred at Sladborne, Yorks (Mr Carr) ; 

20 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr "Wrigley, May 4, aet. 17. 

(31) Summers, Sparrow, son of Henry Summers, esquire, 
Essex ; bom at Henningham Syble ; bred at Felstead (Mr Wyat) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 9, aet. 17. 

(32) Hodson, John, son of Henry Hodson, clerk, Kent ; born 
25 at Sandhurst ; bred first at Battle, Sussex (Mr Jenkin), then at 

Sutton, Kent (Mr Clendon) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, May 16, aet. 18. 

(33) Lindsey, Theophilus, son of Robert Lindsey, draper 
{pannarii), Cheshire ; born at Middlewich ; bred at Leeds, Yorks 

30 (Mr Barnard) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 21, 
aet. 18. 

(34) Bothwell, Richard, son of James Rothwell, clerk, Lan- 
cashire ; born at Dean near Bolton ; bred at Rivington (Mr Norcross) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 23, aet. 18, 

35 (35) Twells, Thomas, son of T. T wells, druggist {pJiarma- 
copolae), Notts ; born at Southwell ; bred there (Mr Bugg) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
May 25, aet. 19. 

(36) Enowles, Richard Arthur, son of Richard Knowles, 
40 clerk, Rutland ; born at Tinwell ; school, Peterborough (Mr Mar- 
shall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, May 26, 
aet. 17. 

(37) Walters, Crompton, son of John Crompton, clerk, War- 
\vick8hire ; bom at Solyhul ; bred at Market Bosworth, Leicestershire 

45 (Mr Crompton) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Taylor, May 26, 
aet. 17. 



102 ADMISSIONS. 1741. 

(38) Wood, John, sou of Johu Wood, gentleman, Derbyshire ; 
bom at Swanwick ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 27, aet. 17. 

(39) Dodgson, Charles, son of Christopher Dodgson, clerk, 
Yorks ; bom at Howden ; bred at Sherbourae (Mr Addison), then at 5 
home by his father ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
June 3, aet. 18. 

(40) Lowe, Samuel, son of Lowe, clerk, Cheshire; bom 

at Bonebury ; school, Chester (Mr Lancaster) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 4, aet 20. 10 

(41) Browne, Thomas, son of T. Browne, clerk, Durham ; bom 
at Cockfield ; bred at Blencow, Cumberland (Mr Richardson) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 6, aet. 20. 

(42) Torre, James, son of Nicolas Torre, lawyer (Jurispei-iti), 
Yorks ; bora at Pontefract ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted 1 5 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Greene, June 8, aet. 18. 

(43) Allott, James, son of R. AUott, formerly fellow of the 
College, Yorks ; bom at South Kirkby; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
' Sanders ') 3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Ruther- 
forth, June 8, aet. 18. 20 

(44) Thistlewait, Joseph, son of Joseph Thistlewait, shoe- 
maker (calcearii), Yorks ; bom at Dent ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
'Sanders') 4 years; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Ruther- 
forth, June 8, aet. 20. 

(45) Gifford, Charles, son of John Giflford, clerk, Surrey ; bom 25 
at Stoke; school, Eton (Dr George); admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Rutherforth, June 10, aet. 19. 

(46) Stacye, John, son of Thomas Stacye, gentleman, Yorks ; 
bom at Ballifield near SheflSeld ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 13, aet. 19. 30 

(47) Ghiest, Joseph, son of J. Guest, clerk, Herefordshire; 
bora at Titley ; school, Hereford (Mr Willim) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 15, aet. 16. 

(48) Goodricke, Henry, son of William Goodricke, 'centurionis,' 
Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Sanders) 12 35 
years ; admitted sizav, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 22, 
aet. 19. 

(49) Mayo, Henry, son of H. Mayo, goldsmith (aurifabri), 
Sussex ; bora at Battle ; bred there (Mr Jenkin) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr AVrigley, June 23, aet 18. 40 

(50) Tylden, Bichard Osbom, son of Richard Tylden, gentle- 
man, Kent ; bom at Milsted ; school, Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 24, 
aet 18. 

(51) Shrigley, William, A.B., of Brasenose College, Oxford; 45 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 27. 

(52) Brice, John, A.B., of St Mary's Hall, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Mr Squire, June 27. 



ADMISSIONS. 1741. " 103 

(53) Eellow, William, son of Thomas Kellow, clerk, Wiltshire ; 
born at Codford ; school, Salisbury (Mr Thomas) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Green, June 30, aet. 18. 

(54) Maxtin, William, son of Digory Martin, attorney, Devon- 
5 shire ; born at Hatherleigh ; bred at Tiverton (Mr Daddo) ; admitted 

sizar 1 for Mr Rouse, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, July 2, 
aet. 20. 

(55) Bankes, Sutton, son of Langley Bankes, gentleman, 
Lincolnshire ; born at Wilsford ; bred at Grantham (Mr Bacon) ; 

lo admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Heberden, July 3, aet. 18. 

(56) Weatherhead, Antony, son of A. Weatherhead, clerk, 
Yorks ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 
July 4, aet 30. 

(57) Perronett, Edward, son of Vincent Perronett, clerk, Kent ; 
15 born at Sundrige; bred at Senoke (Sevenoaks ]) (Mr Simpson); 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 8, aet. 20. 

(58) Elyott, Edmund, son of Thomas Elyott, medical man 
irnedici), Middlesex, bom in London ; school. Bury, Suflfolk (Mr 
Kinsman); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 

20 July 8, aet. 17. 

(59) Wotton, Francis, son of Thomas Wotton, gentleman, 
Rutland ; born at Ketton ; educated in his father's house ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, July 9, aet. 18. 

(60) Williams, William, son of 'G' (qy William) Williams, 
25'militum praefecti', Cornwall; born at Truro; bred at Bodmin 

(Mr Fisher) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
July 10. 

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v'sizator' 1 / 

July 1741— July 1742 

Admissiones a Julii 4to3 1741 

(1) Chicken, Edward, son of Edward Chicken, weaver (f extorts), 
30 Northumberland ; bom in Newcastle ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth); 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, October 10, 
aet. 20. 

(2) Armstrong, John, son of Archibald Armstrong, linendraper 
(lintearii), Gloucestershire; bora at Tedbury; bred at Glasgow 

35 'inter Scotos'; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Wrigley, 
October 10, aet. 20. 

(3) Forster, Thomas, son of George Forster, esquire ; born in 
the island of Barbadoes ; bred at Stretham in the county of Surrey 

1 Sizator, not subsizator as usual. 

* Of these, two are readmissions. ^ Sic. 



104 ADMISSIONS. 1741 — 42. 

(Mr Talbot) ; admitted sizar, tutor and siirety Mr Rutherforth, 
October 12, aet. 19. 

(4) Burrell, Peter, son of P. Burrell, esquire, Middlesex; 
born in London ; bred at Hackney (Mr Graham) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Gierke, October 16, aet. 17. r 

(5) Switzer, Thomas, son of Stephen Switzer, Wiltshire; 
born at Pewley (? Pewsey) ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols); ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, October 30, aet. 16. 

(6) Vernon, Edward, son of John Vernon, gentleman, Stafford- 
shire ; born at Lees Hill ; bred at Brewood (Mr Bud worth) ; admitted lo 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 4, aet. IS. 

(7) Burton, William, son of *G' (qy William) Burton, esquire, 
Yorks ; born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) then in his father's 
house (Mr Leeke) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Tunstall, November 6, aet. 18. j e 

(8) Twentyman, Cliilders, admitted sizar, October 19, 1737, 
tutor and surety Dr Williams ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Rutherforth, November 6. 

(9) Pindar, Charles, son of C. Pindar, Steward {dispensatorit), 
Yorks ; born at Wakefield ; bi-ed at Threshfield (Mr Knowles) ; 20 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 11, aet. 19. 

(10) Bate, Chambers, only son of William Bate, esquire, Derby- 
shire ; bom at Fosten ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, November 11, 
aet. 17. 25 

(11) Orinfield, William, Wiltshire; admitted pensioner, No- 
vember 11, 1738; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Wrigley, November 16. 

(12) Bever, Samuel, sou of S. Bever, esquire, Middlesex ; bom 

in London ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; admitted fellow commoner, 30 
tutor and surety Mr Green, November 26, aet. 18. 

(13) Bell, John, son <»f Matthew Bell, clerk, Suffolk; bora at 
Clare ; bred at Lavenham (Mr Smythies) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Wrigley, December 22, aet 18. 

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(14) Lowndes, Thomas, sou of William Lowndes, auditor of the 35 
exchequer {auditor is ' saccarii'), Middlesex, bom in W^estminster ; 
school. Bury, Suffolk (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Rutherforth, January 12, aet. 17. 

(15) Barrett, William, son of Paul Barrett, draggist {pharma- 
copolae), Kent ; bom in Canterbury ; bred there (Mr Monins) ; 40 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, February 9, 
aet. 18. 

1742 

(16) Murthwaite, Peter, son of Richard Murthwaite, mariner 
{navigatoris\ Cumberland ; born at Dearham ; bred at Cockermouth 



ADMISSIONS. 1742. 105 

(Mr Ritsou) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, March 31, 
aet. 21. 

(17) Bourne, John, son of Odadiah (sic) Bourne, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; bom at Ashover ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; admitted 

5 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 3, aet. 19. 

(18) Parry, John, son of Love Parry, gentleman ; bom at 
Wernfaeer near PwUhely, Camarvonshire ; bred at Wrexham, 
Denbighshire (Mr Jones) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Rutherforth, April 5, aet. 17. 

lo (19) Bernard, Thomas, son of Thomas Bemard, clerk, Essex ; 
born at Earlscoln ; bred at Bury (Mr Kynnesman) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 21, aet. 18. 

(20) Woodford, Thomas, son of Thomas Woodford, gentleman, 
Leicestershire ; bom at Muston ; bred at Southwell (Mr Bugg) ; 

15 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, April 30, aet. 19. 

(21) Sedgwick, Roger, son of Robert Sedgwick, merchant, 
Lancashire ; bom at Manchester ; bred at Salford (Mr Clayton) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, May 5, aet. 19. 

(22) Jones, Owen, son of Rowland Jones ; born at Trwsdaugoed, 
20 Camarvonshire; bred at Pwlhely, in the same county (Mr Edwards) ; 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety (Mr Rutherforth), May, 10, aet. 17. 

(23) Gkinton, Robert, son of William Ganton, clerk, Yorks; 
bom at Hassell ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, May 17, aet. 19. 

25 (24) Gibson, Richard, son of Abraham Gibson, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Midghole ; school, Rishworth (Mr Wadsworth) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 3, aet 19. 

(25) Batty, John, son of William Batty, farmer {firmarii) Yorks ; 
bora at Thorp ; bred at Burnsall (Mr Thompson) ; admitted sizar; 

30 tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 5, aet. 19. 

(26) Mainwaring, John, son of Gilbert Mainwaring, gentleman, 
Staffordshire ; born at Drayton Manner ; schools, Marlborough, 
Wiltshire (Mr Stone) 4 years and then Tamworth (Mr Prinsep) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June .5, aet. 18. 

35 (27) Totton, William, son of Stephen Totton, merchant 
(mercatoris), Middlesex, born in London; educated in his father's 
house (Mr Penwarae) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Rutherforth, June 5, aet. 18. 

(28) Head, Richard, son of Henry Head, clerk, Wiltshire ; bora 
40 at Amesbury ; educated at home by his father ; admitted sizar ^ for 

the Master, tutor and surety Mr Greene, June 9, aet. 19. 

(29) Clarkson, John, son of Thomas Clarkson, merchant 
(mercatoris), Yorks ; bora at Thusk (? Thirsk) ; school, Beverley 
(Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 10, 

45 aet. 29. 

(30) Holiday, James, son of Christopher Holiday, farmer 

1 The word was originally subsizator, but the sith was erased and pro 
Magistro interlined. 



106 ADMISSIONS. 1742. 

(Jtrmarii), Yorks ; born at Gooduianbam ; bred at Coxwold (Mr 
Midgely) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 11, 
aet 27. 

(31) Carter, John, sou of James Carter, clerk, SuflTolk ; bom at 
Melton ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders) three years ; admitted sizar, 5 
tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 17, aet. 19. 

(32) Venn, Henry, son of Richard Venn, clerk, Surrey ; bom at 
Barnes ; bred at Market Street, Hertfordshire ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 21, aet. 17. 

(33) Wright, John, son of Robert Wright, farmer {Jimiarii) la 
Yorks ; bora at Chappell Anston ; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire 
(Mr Burrow) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 21, 
aet 19. 

(.34) Marshall, Thomas, son of Gervase Marshall 'in ecclesia 
de Southwell seneschaili ' ; born at Southwell ; bred there (Mr Bugg) ; 1 5 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 22, aet 24. 

(35) Howdell, John, son of William Howdell, clerk, Kent ; 
bom at Staple ; school, Sedbergh, Yorks (Dr Saunders and Mr 
Broxholme) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 2.1, 
aet 15. 20 

(36) Dawes, Francis, son of Thomas Dawes ' sacristae de 
Solyhull ', Warwickshire ; born at SolyhuU ; bred there (Mr Mashiler) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 25, aet. 17. 

(37) Griffith, Moses, son of Edward Griffith, collector of taxes 
Uelonarii), Salop; bora at Lapidon ; school, Shrewsbury, (Mr Hotch- 25 
kiss) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, June 2 
{sic), aet. 18. 

(38) Sedgwick, Richard, son of Giles Sedgwick, farmer 
{Jirmarii), Yorks ; bom at Dent near Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh 
(Dr Saunders and Mr Broxholme) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 30 
Mr Wrigley, June 29, aet 19. 

(39) Allen, Philip, son of John Allen, farmer (Jinnarii), Yorks ; 
bora at Snairholme ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Saunders and Mr Brox- 
holme) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, June 29, 
aet 19. 35 

(40) Mason, William, son of William Mason, clerk, Yorks; 
bora at Hull ; bred there (Mr Blyth) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, July 1, aet 17. 

(41) Norris, Samuel, A.B. of Brasenose College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Wrigley, July 2. 40 

(42) Dinham, Samuel, son of John Dinham, medical nuin 
{medici), Lincolnshire ; born at Spalding ; school, Eton (Dr George) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, July 3, aet 18. 

(43) Clive, Robert, son of Benjamin Clive, clerk, Salop ; born at 
Atherley ; bred at Drayton (Mr Burslam) ; admitted pensioner, 45 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, July 3, aet. 19. 

(44) Reynolds, Richard, son of George Reynolds, Archdeacon 
of Lincoln, Lincolnshire ; bora at Buckden ; bred at Lincoln (Mr 



ADMISSIONS. 1742 — 4§. ■ 107 

Goodall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, July 6, 
aet. 15. 

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[Admissions in the year 



July 1742— July 1743 

Admissiones a Julii 9no. 1742 

(1) Reynolds, Bicliard, son of Richard Reynolds, coal mer- 
5 chant (mercatoris carhonum), Northamptonshire ; bom at Peter- 
borough ; bred there (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar for Mr Hill, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 9 July, aet. 18. 

(2) Wright, Thomas, son of Thomas Wright, medical man 
(medici), Hertfordshire ; bom at Royston ; bred there (Mr Spearman); 

lo admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 31 July, aet. 16. 

(3) Ezley, Tristram, son of John Exley, wool spinner {lanifici), 
Yorks ; born at Guisley ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Knowles) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 27 October, aet. 19. 

(4) Hussey, Thomas, Sussex ; admitted pensioner, 13 October, 
15 1739 ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 

5 November. 

(5) Wigglesworth, James, younger son of Henry Wigglesworth, 
esquire, Yorks ; bora at Sladborn ; bred there (Mr Carr) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 18 November, aet. 17. 

20 (6) Turner, Ezuperius, son of William Turner, attorney at 
law, Derbyshire ; born at Derby ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicholls) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 22 December, 
aet. 17. 

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(7) Degulhon, Stephen; admitted sizar 20 June 1739; admitted 
25 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 25 January. 

(8) Irish, William, only son of Samuel Irish, merchant, America ; 
born in the island of Montserrat, ' ex familia Dorsettensi oriundus ' ; 
bred at Hackney (Mr Graham) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, 9 February, aet 17. 

30 (9) Tong, William, son of G. (William ?) Tong, fuller {lanae 
coactoris), Yorks ; bora at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 19 February, aet 20. 

(10) Turner, Exuperius, admitted pensioner 2 December; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 3 March. 

35 (11) Whalley, John, son of John Whalley, farmer (Jirmarii), 
Yorks ; born at Burlersett ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Broxholme) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 5 March, aet. 20. 



108 ADMISSIONS. 174§— 1743. 

(12) Inman, Thomas, son of John Inman, Yorks ; born at 
Sedbergh; school, Sedbergh (Mr Broxholme) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Wrigley, 5 March, aet. 18. 

(13) Chambers, William, son of John Chambers, esquirC) 
Derbyshire; bom at Derby; bred there (Mr Winter); admitted 5 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 5 March, aet. 18. 

( 1 4) Stubs, James, son of John Stubs, ' publicani,', Richmondshire ; 
bom at Middleham ; bred at Threshfield (Mr Knowles) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 16 March, aet. 17. 

(15) Frampton, Thomas, son of Thomas Frampton, clerk, lo 
Wilts ; bora at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 17 March, aet. 18. 

(16) Beed, James, son of John Reed, husbandman [agricdae), 
Yorks ; bora at Yarm ; bred at Skorton (Mr Noble) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 23 March, aet. 18. 15 

1743 

(17) Turner, Q-eorge, son of Edward Turner, husbandman 
(agricolae), Leicestershire ; born at Harston ; school, Peterborough, 
Northamptonshire (Mr Marshall) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Rutherforth, 26 March, aet. 18. 

(18) Janeway, Jacob, son of James Janeway, Kent; bora at 20 
Wootton ; school, Canterbury (Mr Munnings) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, April 6, aet. 19. 

(19) Davis, William, son of Richard Davis, gentleman, Lan- 
cashire; born at Exton ; bred at Clitheroe (Mr Parke); admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 19 April, aet. 19. 25 

(20) Bishop, Balph, son of R. Bishop, clerk, Kent; bora at 
Rochester ; bred there by his father ; admitted sizar, tuter and surety 
Mr Rutherforth, 4 May, aet. 17. 

(21) Denson, Thomas, son of Richard B. (sic), husbandman 
(agricolae), Cheshire ; born at Wervil ; bred at Backford (Robert 30 
Denson) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 6 May, 
aet 20. 

(22) Burrow, William, son of ' G ' (William ?) Burrow, school- 
master, Yorks ; bora at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, 13 May, aet. 17. 35 

(23) Hassell, Samuel, son of Thomas Hassell, gentleman, Yorks ; 
born at Thorpe ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 16 May, aet 20. 

(24) Davison, Thomas; admitted pensioner 27 June, 1740; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Taylor, 21 May. 4° 

(25) Langhom, Thomas, son of Thomas Langhora, husbandman 
(agricolae), Westmorland ; bora at Kendall ; bred there (Mr 
Crackenthorpe) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 
27 May, aet 19. 

(26) Arnold, William, son of John Araold, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 45 



ADMISSIONS. 1743. 109 

born at Lincoln ; bred there (Mr Roet) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Rutherforth, 28 May, aet. 17. 

(27) Waring, Thomas Rooses \ son of Richard Waring, clerk, 
Herefordshire; bom at Hereford; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotchkis); 

5 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 3 June, 
aet. 18. 

(28) Jackson, Robert, son of Thomas Jackson, miller {molen- 
dinarii), Yorks ; born at Poclincton ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Brox- 
holme) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Green, 3 June, aet. 18. 

lo (29) Townley, Richard, son of R. Townley, esquire, Lanca- 
shire ; bora at Rochdale ; bred there (Mr Suttclifife) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 15 June, aet. 16. 

(30) Cranwell, John, son of Tyrell Cranwell, vintner {oenopolae), 
Huntingdonshire ; born at St Ives ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; 

15 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 18 June, aet. 17. 

(31) Cholmondely, Thomas, son of Charles Cholmondely, 
esquire, Kent ; born at Cheifning ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicolls) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
20 June, aet. 17. 

20 (32) Watts, Giles, son of G. Watts, shopkeeper {tahernarii), 
Sussex ; born at Battle ; bred there (Mr Jenkin) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 25 June, aet. 18. 

(33) Downes, Charles, son of Joseph Downes, clerk, Lancashire ; 
born at Stockport ; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; admitted 

25 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 25 June, aet. 17. 

(34) Newton, Isaac, son of Humphrey Newton, M.D., Lincoln- 
shire ; born at Grantham ; bred there (Mr Bacon) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Heberden, 25 June, aet. 16. 

(35) Brace, Edward, son of John Brace, gentleman, Middlesex; 
30 bora in London ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotchkiss) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 27 June, aet. 18. 

(36) Eltoft, Thomas, son of Thomas Eltoft, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks; born at Kippax ; bred at Wath (Mr Parnther); 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 27 June, aet. 19. 

35 (37) Bucknall, John, son of William Bucknall, medical man 
(medict), Warwickshire ; bora at Atherstone ; bred at Harden 
(Mr Baraard) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Ruther- 
forth, 28 June, aet. 18. 

(38) Nield, Robert, son of Joseph Nield, shoemaker (calcearii), 
40 Cheshire ; bora at Lea ; bred at Backford (Mr Danson) ; admitted 

sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 29 June, aet. 25. 

(39) Turner, Thomas, son of Thomas Turner, bailiflF {vUici), 
Yorks ; bora at Laughton ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Broxholme) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 29 June, aet. 20. 

45 (40) Allen, John, A.B. of Balliol College, Oxford, tutor Mr 
Rutherforth ; admitted pensioner, 1 July. 

(41) Darwin, Robert, son of Robert Darwin, barrister {cau- 
^ A Thomas Boos Waring graduated A.B. 1747. 



110 ADMISSIONS. 1743 — 4^. 

tidici), Notts ; boru at Elston ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Wrigley, 1 July, aet. 19. 

ff. C. 6' 
[Admissions in the year - p. 14 ■ 4P.] 
Is. 7.2) 

July 1743— July 1744 
Admissiones a Julii 8vo. 1743 

(1) Dade, John, son of J. Dade, M.D., Suffolk ; born at Ipswich ; 
bred at Monk-Soham (Mr Ray) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 5 
surety Mr Tunstall, 13 July, aet. 17. 

(2) Gough, Thomas, admitted pensioner 26 May, 1738 ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 September. 

(3) Broome, Charles John, son of William Broome, D.D., 
SuflFolk ; bom at Storston ; school, Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kinsman); lo 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Mr Rutherforth, 1 November, 
aet 17. 

(4) Lynch, William, son of Edward Lynch, esquire, Suffolk ; 
born at Ipswich ; bred there (Mr Bolton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Tunstall, 2 November, aet. 17. ic 

(5) Rich, Edward Temple, son of Edward Pickering Rich, 
clerk, Gloucestershire ; bom at North Sanew ; school, Manchester 
(Mr Brook) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
3 November, aet. 17. 

(6) Robinson, John, son of J. Robinson, gentleman, Cumberland ; 20 
born at Watermilloes ; bred at Barton, Westmorland (Mr Wilson) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 9 November, 
aet. 21. 

(7) Prowse, John, son of Charles Prowse, barrister {caiuidici), 
Somersetshire ; born at Oldclive ; bred at Wells (Mr Wheeler) ; 25 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 23 November, 
aet 17. 

(8) Downes, Henry, admitted sizar, 30 June, 1740 ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 24 November. 

(9) Saunders, Joseph, son of John Saunders, Wiltshire ; bora 30 
at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Tunstall, 26 November, aet 19. 

174f 

(10) Bate, Chambers, Derbyshire; admitted pensioner, 11 
November, 1741 ; admitted fellow commoner, 16 Januarj', tutor and 
surety Mr Tunstall. 35 

(11) Blount, George, son of Richard Blount, merchant {mcT' 
ecUorit) Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Eton (Mr Cook) ; 

^ Including readmissioDS. 



ADMISSIONS. 174| — 44. Ill 

admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 16 
January, aet. 20. 

(12) Wilmott, Francis Ballidon, son of Edward Wilmott, 
barrister {causidici), Derbyshire ; born at Trisley ; bred at Ripton, 
5 Derbyshire (Mr Astley) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Tunstall, 19 February, aet. 19. 

(1.3) Wilmott, Richard, aet. 18, 'cum praedicto fratre in 
caeteris omnibus concordat '. 

(14) Barry, Richard, son of Richard Barry, clerk, Wiltshire ; 
lo bom in Wiley; bred first at Warminster, Wiltshire (Mr Barry), 

and then at Bristol, Somersetshire (Mr Harris) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, 29 February, aet. 17. 

(15) Chichester, Henry, son of Edward Chichester, clerk, 
Devonshire ; born in Berry-Herbert ; bred first at Kilmerston, 

15 Somerset (Mr Hughes) then at Bridgewater (Mr Burroughs) and 
lastly at Peckham, Surrey (Mr Milner) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, 3 March, aet. ' fere ' 20. 

(16) Clarke, William, son of William Clarke, mercer {merciarii}, 
Derbyshire; bom in Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrow) ; admitteil 

20 sizar for Mr Burrow, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 21 March, aet. 18. 



1744 

(17) Vaughan, Richard, son of John Vaughan, gentleman, 
Essex; bom in Shenfield ; bred first at Brentwood, Essex (Mr 
Morris), then in London in his father's house (Mr Mattaire) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 31 March, aet. 18. 
25 (18) Beadon, Edward, son of Robert Beadon, freeholder 
{suum fundum colentis), Somerset ; born in Brushford ; bred at 
Bampton, Devonshire (Mr Wood) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 April, aet 15. 

(19) Lucas, Robert Tristram, son of Robert Lucas, gentleman, 
30 Devonshire ; bom in Bampton ; bred there (Mr Wood) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 April, aet. 17. 

(20) Leyboume, William, Yorks; admitted sizar, 11 March, 
174^ ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 April. 

(21) White, Thomas, son of John White, clerk, SuflFolk ; born in 
35 Neyland ; bred at Colchester (Mr Smythies) ; admitted sizar for 

Mr Powell, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 4 April, aet. 18. 

(22) Thomas, Noah, Llandaff; admitted pensioner, 18 July, 
1738 ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
12 April. 

40 (23) Dockwray, Thomas, son of Josiah Dockwi-ay, fish curer 
(salarii), Durham ; bom at Wolverston ; bred at Newcastle (Mr 
Dawes); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
30 April, aet. 18. 

(24) Townshend, Thomas, sou of Thomas Townshend, clerk, 

45 Lincolnshire; bora in Pinchbeck ; bred at Spaldwin (sic) (Mr Whiting^ ; 



112 ADMISSIONS. 1744. 

admitted sizar for Mr Powell, tutor and surety Mr Tunatall, 9 May, 
act. 17. 

(25) Chisnall, John, son of John Chisnall, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Lancashire; bom at Welsh Whittle; bred at Rivington 
(Mr Norcross); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstalb 5 
1 1 May, aet. 20. 

(26) Meddowcroft, Richard, son of Thomas Meddowcroft, 
husbandman {agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Bury ; bred there 
(Mr Lister) ; admitted sizar for Mr Ogden, tutor and surety 
Mr Tunstall, 16 May, aet. 19. 10 

(27) Knowlton, Charles, son of Thomas Knowlton, gardener 
(hortulani), Yorks ; bom at Londesborough ' in Oriental! comitatus 
Eboracensis Divisione ' ; bred at Coxwould (Mr Midgley) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Tuustall, 16 May, aet. 

1 6 years, six months. 1 5 

(28) Johnson, Jonathan, son of William Johnson, glover 
[chirothecarii), Cheshire ; bora in the city of Chester ; bred at 
the King's School, Chester (Mr Henchman) 3 years, then at home 
(Mr Aldcroft) ; admitted sizar for Mr Cardale, tutor and surety 
Mr Tunstall, 17 May, aet. 20 years, 10 months. 20 

(29) Robinson, William, son of John Robinson, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Carperley, ' septeutrionali comitatus 
divisione'; bred first at Bainbridge (Mr Clapham) then at Sedbergh 
school (Mr Broxholme) one year ; admitted sizar, for Mr Holme, tutor 
and surety Mr Tunstall, 21 May, aet. 20. 25 

(30) nderton, Francis, son of Thomas Ilderton, gentleman, 
Northumberland; born at Peilton Banks near Alnwick; bred at 
Wooller (Mr Lithgow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Rutherforth, 25 May, aet. 19. 

(31) Clarke, John ; born in London ; school, Canterbury 30 
(Mr Monins) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Rutherfortli, 28 May, 
aet. 'fere' 19. 

(32) Tompson, Isaac Newton, son of Carrier Tompson, gentle- 
man, Hunts ; born at Stanground near Peterborough ; bred at 
Markett Street, Herts and Beds (Dr Pitman) ; admitted pen- 35 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 29 May, aet. 18. 

(33) Morton, John, son of Robert Morton, clerk, Lincolnshire; 
born at Waddington ; bred at Lincoln (first Mr Goodall, then 
Mr Rolt for nearly two years) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor 
and surety Mr Rutherforth, 30 May, aet. 17 years, six months. 40 

(34) Browne, Timothy, son of Timothy Browne, gentleman, 
Sussex ; born at Lindfield ; school, Winchester (Dr Burton) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 1 June, aet. 21. 

(35) Newling, Charles, son of Adam Newling, clerk, Salop; 
bora at Montfort ; school, Shrewsburj- (Mr Hotchkiss) ; admitted 45 
sizar for Dr Tayler, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 16 June, 
aet 18. 

(36) Cotton, Robert, son of Thomas Cotton, iron founder 



ADMISSIONS. 1744. 113 

{/usoris ferrarii), StaflFordshire ; born at Daddlespool ; bred at 
Shrewsbury (Mr Parry) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Rutherforth, 18 June, aet. 18. 

(37) Price, Morgan, son of William Price, clerk, Glamorganshire ; 
5 bom at LlandaflF; bred at Hereford (Mr Willim); admitted sizar 

for Mr Ross, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 20 June, aet. 18. 

(38) Fellowes, William, son of Coulson Fellowes, gentleman; 
bom in London ; bred at Dalston near Hackney, Middlesex (Mr 
Graham) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Ruther- 

lo forth, 26 June, aet 17. 

(39) Learoyd, Richard, son of Abraham Learoyd, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; bom at Soyland ; bred at Rushworth (Mr Wads- 
worth) ; admitted sizar for Mr Barnard, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 
28 June, aet. 20. 

15 (40) Smith, Joshua, son of Joshua Smith, grocer (aromaiarii), 
Yorks ; born at Bingley ; bred at Bradford (Mr Butler) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 28 June, aet. 18. 

(41) Gisbome, Thomas, son of James Gisborne, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; bom at Staveley ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; admitted pen- 

20 sioner, tutor and surety Mr Tunstall, 28 June, aet. 18. 

(42) Hancock, Benjamin, son of Benjamin Hancock, clerk, 
Somersetshire; bom at Portbury; bred at Wellas (Mr Bryan); 
admitted sizar, for Mr Barnard, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
30 Jime, aet. 19. 

25 (43) Wragge, James King, son of William Wragge, clerk, 
Leicestershire ; born at Gaulby ; bred at Atherstone, Warwickshire 
(Mr Shaw) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Tunstall, 
30 June, aet. past 19. 

(44) Jackson, Simon, son of Simon Jackson, merchant, Cheshire; 
30 bom in Chester ; school. Bury, Lancashire (Mr Lister) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Tunstall, 30 June, aet. 16. 

(45) Bleasdall, Laurence, son of Giles Bleasdall, biisbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks ; born * in saltu de Bolland ' ; bred at Thresfield 
(Mr Knowles); admitted sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety 

35 Dr Tunstall, 2 July, aet. 19. 

(46) Smith, William, son of William Smith, clerk, Norfolk ; 
bom at Harleston ; school. Bury, SuflFolk (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Burnaby, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 July, 
aet. 18. 

40 (47) Powell, Walpole Clinch, son of Watson Powel (sic), gentle- 
man, Hunts ; bom at Hilton ; bred first at Ely, Cambridgeshire 
(Mr Gunning), then at Kimbolton, Hunts (Dr Owen) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Tunstall, 5 July, aet. 17. 



[Admissions in the year 




114 admissions. 1744 — 45. 

July 1744 — July 1745. 
AdmisBiones a Jul. 6to. 1744. 

(1) Appleton, John, son of John Appleton, clerk, Salop ; born 
at Wem ; bred there by his father ; admitted sizar for Mr Salisbury, 
tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 7 July, aet 19. 

(2) Herbert, Thomas, son of Edward Herbert, gentleman, 
Ireland, mother's county, Middlesex ; bom at Killerny, county Kerry ; 5 
bred at Hackney, Middlesex (Mr Graham) ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 12 July, aet. 17. 

(3) Leyboume, Henry, son of Henry Leybourne, clerk, Yorks; 
bom at Everingham ; school, Poclington (Mr Robinson) ; admitted 
gizar for Mr Weston, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 13 October, lo 
aet. 16. 

(4) Massey, William, son of Roger Massey, linen-draper 
{lintearii), Cheshire ; bom in Chester ; bred first at Tarvin, Cheshh^ 
(Mr Thomason) 6 years, then at Rythen, Denbighshire (Mr Hughes), 

3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 15 
22 October, aet. past 17. 

(5) Ashton, James, son of Aaron Ashton, wig-maker {peru- 
carum opificis), London ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Morgan, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 

30 October, aet. past 16. 20 

(6) Cecil, Brownlowe, Lord Burleigh, eldest son of Brownlowe, 
Earl of Exetor ; born at Burleigh House ; school, Winchester 
(Dr Burton) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powel, 
9 November, aet. 19. 

174^. 

(7) Mangey, John, son of the Rev. Thomas Mangey, D.D., 25 
Middlesex ; bom at Ealing ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 10 January, 
aet 17. 

(8) Gill, John, son of Peter Gill, butcher {lanii), Kent ; bom in 
Canterbury ; The King's School, Canterbury (Mr Monins) ; admitted 30 
sizar for Mr Rowse, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 2 February, 
aet. past 19. 

(9) Mostyn, Boger, 'Bangoriensis', A.M. of Christ's College; 
admitted fellow commoner, surety Mr Rutherforth, 12 Febmary. 

1745. 

(10) Myres, Charles, son of Christopher Myres, attorney at 35 
law, Yorks ; bora at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Austin, tutor and surety Mr Powel, 25 March, aet. 18. 

(11) Sedgwick, Edward, son of Edward Sedgwick, gentleman, 
Kent ; bora at Langley near Maidstone ; bred at Sutton, Kent 



ADMISSIONS. 1745. 115 

(Mr Clendon); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powel, 
1 April, aet, 'fere' 19. 

(12) Seddon, Thomas, son of John Seddon, merchant, Lan- 
cashire; bom in Manchester; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke); 

5 admitted sizar for Mr Wilson, tutor and surety Mr Powel, 4 April, 
aet 18. 

(13) Waxing, Walter, son of Robert Waring, gentleman, Salop; 
born at Owlbury; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotchkiss); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 8 April, aet. 18. 

lo (14) Williamson, William, son of Joseph Williamson, clerk, 
Yorks ; bom at Leathley, West Riding; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) 
nearly five years, then at Threshfield (Mr Knowles) two years ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Ogden, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 26 April, 
aet. 20. 

15 (15) Ekins, Randolph, Middlesex; admittedpensioner, 19 June, 
1740 ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Rutherforth, 
6 May. 

(16) Ludlam, Thomas, son of Richard Ludlam, medical man 
(medici), Leicestershire ; bom in Leicester ; school, Leicester (Mr 

20 Andrews) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 May, 
aet. 18. 

(17) Briscoe, Benjamin, son of Benjamin Briscoe, surgeon, 
Warwickshire ; bora at Stourbridge ; bred tliere (Mr Hancock) 
four years, then at Repton (Mr Astley) one year; admitted sizar 

25 for Mr Cardale, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 May, aet. 18. 

(18) Howdell, William, son of William Howdell, clerk, Kent ; 
bom at Staple near Sandwich ; bred at Beverley, Yorks (Mr Clarke) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Austin, tutor and surety Mr Powel, 7 JunOi 
aet 17. 

30 (19) Potter, Charles, son of Charles Potter, clerk, Dorsetshire ; 
bom in Dorchester; schools, first Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (Mr 
Kinsman) half a year, then Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) six years ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 7 June, 
aet 17. 

35 (20) Abdy, Stotherd, son of Sir William Abdy, Baronet, 
London ; bred at Felsted, Essex (Mr Wyatt) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 15 June, aet. ' fere' 17. 

(21) Clarke, Ralph, son of Ralph Clarke, surgeon-draggist 
{pJiarmacopolae et chirurgi), Lincolnshire ; bom at Grantam ; bred 

40 there (Mr Bacon) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 17 June, aet 16. 

(22) Fairfax, Cecil Jacques, son of George Fairfax, clerk, 
Lincolnshire; bom at Washingborough near Lincoln; bred at Beverley, 
Yorks (Mr Clarke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 

45 forth, 19 June, aet. 18. 

(23) Lee, John, son of William Lee, goldsmith, Leicestershire ; 
bora in Leicester ; bred there (Mr Andrews) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 19 June, aet 18. 

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116 ADMISSIONS. 1745. 

(24) Todd, John, son of Abraham Todd, clerk, Yorks ; bom at 
Fishlake near Doncaater; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 21 June, aet 18. 

Memorandum quod idem Johannes Todd literas secum attulit de 
admissione sua in Coll. Sti. Petri termino Novembris proxime elapsi, 5 
et de venia sibi concessa ad aliud quodcunque Collegium migrandi, 
signatas a 

Coll. Sti. Petri Johanne Whalley, Praefecto. 

June 20, 1745. P. Nourse, Decan. Dep. 

M. Smith, Praelect. Dep. jq 

(25) Bird, Samuel, son of Samuel Bird, clerk, Notts; bom 
at Southwell ; schools, Southwell (Mr Bugg) seven years, then 
Beverley, Yorks (Mr Clarke) one year; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Rutherforth, 26 June, aet. 18. 

(26) Shan, John, son of John Shan, clerk, Leicestershire ; born 1 5 
at Thorpe near Loughborough; bred first at Appleby, Leicestershire 
(Mr Martin), then at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 27 June, aet. 18. 

(27) Cooch, Thomas, son of Thomas Cooch, gentleman, Essex ; 
bom at Burnham ; bred at Foisted (Mr Wyatt) ; admitted pensioner, 20 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 28 June, aet 18. 

(28) Wood, William, son of Thomas Wood, clerk, Devonshire ; 
bom at Bampton ; educated there by his father ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 29 June, aet. 17. 

(29) Breton, Robert, son of Moyle Breton, gentleman, Kent ; 25 
bora at Kennington ; bred at Ashford (Mr Bate) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 29 June, aet. 19. 

(30) Lewis, Rowland, son of George Lewis, clerk, Kent; 
bom at Westram; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 July, aet 18. 30 

(31) Daston, Richard, son of Richard Daston, gentleman, 
Cambridgeshire ; bom at Isleham ; school, Bury (Mr Kinsman) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 2 July, 
aet 18. 

(32) Markham, Robert, son of Ralph Markham, clerk, Cheshire ; . ^ 
bom at Tarporley ; bred at Tarvin (Mr Thomasen) and then at 
Davenham (Mr Eaton), both in Cheshire; admitted sizar for Mr 
Beresford, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 4 July, aet 18. 

(f. c. 4] % 

[Admissions in the year j p. 18^32.] 
(s. loj 

July 1745— July 1746. 

Admissiones a Jul. 5. 1745. 

(1) Herbert, Edward, son of Edward Herbert, gentleman, .^ 
Ireland, mother's county Middlesex; bora at Muckruss, county 



ADMISSIONS. 1745 — 44. 



117 



Kerry ; bred at Killemy (Mr Power) ; admitted fellow commoner, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 July, aet. 17. 

(2) Hatton, Sir Thomas, Baronet, son of Sir John Hatton, 
Cambridgeshire ; bom at Melbourne ; bred at Bishop Stortford, 

5 Herts (Mr Mall); admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 8 October, aet. 17. 

(3) Woolright, Thomas, son of Joseph Woolright, grocer 
(aromatarii), Gloucestershire; bom at Wotton under hedge ; school, 
Manchester (Mr Brook) for more than one whole year ; admitted 

lo sizar for Mr Copley, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 24 October, 
aet. 17. 

(4) Morris, John, son of Ralph Morris, husbandman {agricolae), 
Lancashire ; born at Withnall ; bred first at Blackbui-ne (Mr Hunter), 
then at Manchester school (Mr Brooke) one year, both in Lancashire ; 

15 admitted sizar for Mr Johnston, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
2 November. 

(5) Pomfret, Robert, son of Benjamin Pomfret, lawyer {juris 
consulti), Bucks ; bora at Newport Pagnell ; bred at Oakham, 
Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 

20 Rutherforth, 4 November, aet. past 16. 



(6) Vaux, Thomas, son of Thomas Vaux, gentleman, Bedford- 
shire ; born at Whipsnade ; bred at Harden, Herts (Mr Bernard) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 15 January, 
aet 'fere' 18. 
25 (7) "Wright, Martin, son of Martin Wright, * Regii Praetoris in 
aula Westmonasteriensi,' Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Eton 
(Dr George and Mr Cooke) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 17 January, aet. 19. 

(8) Lamb, John Taylor, son of William Lamb, clerk, Sussex ; 
30 bom at Ditcherling ; bred at Stretham, Surrey (Mr Talbot) ; admitted 

sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 January, aet. 
*fere' 19. 

(9) Brinkley, John, son of William Briukley, attorney at law, 
SuflFolk ; born at Bury St Edmunds ; school. Bury St Edmunds 

35 (Mr Kinsman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Alvis, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 18 January, aet. 19. 

(10) Bell, John, SufiFolk; admitted sizar, 22 December 1741; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 13 Febmary. 

(11) Wragg, William, son of William Wragg, clerk, Leicester- 
40 shire ; born at Galbye ; school, Leicester (Mr Andrews) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 February, aet 18. 

(12) Cox, Edward, son of Edward Cox, gentleman, Dorset; 
bom at West Tower ; bred at Brewton, Somerset (Mr Goldesborough) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Green, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 March, 

45 aet past 17. 



118 ADMISSIONS. 174| — 46. 

(1.3) Samber, James Sterling, formerly admitted pensioner ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr I'owell, 17 March. 

(14) Dearling, William, son of John Dearling, Sussex; bom 
in the city of Chichester ; school, Bury, Lancashire (Mr Lister) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 March, aet. 5 
past 20. 

(15) Walker, Thomas, son of Thomas Walker, freeholder 
(J'undum iuum colentis), Yorks ; born near Guisly; bred at Skipton 
(Mr Wilkinson); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

20 March, aet. past 17. lo 

(16) Pratt, John, sou of Simon Pratt, husbandman (a^r«co/a«), 
Yorks; born at Askrigg ; bred at Skipton (Mr Wilkinson) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 20 March, aet. past 17. 

(17) Southgate, Eichard, son of William Southgate, husband- 
man {agricolae), Hunts; bom at Alwalton ; bred at Peterborough i^ 
(Mr Marshal); admitted sizar for Mr Morgan, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 21 March, aet. 17. 

1746. 

(18) Heathcote, Thomhil, son of Samuel Heathcote, attomey 
at law, Derbyshire ; bora in Derby ; school, Derby (Mr Winter) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 March, aet 18. 20 

(19) Fenwick, George, son of G. Fen wick, clerk, Northampton- 
shire ; bora at Carlton ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 9 April, 
aet. 17. 

(20) Curwen, Henry, son of Eldred Curwen, esquire. Cumber- 25 
land ; bora at Workington near Cockermouth ; school, Eton (Mr 
Cook and Dr Somner) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Richardson, 10 April, aet. 17. 

(21) Stoney, Joseph, son of Thomas Stoney, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks ; bora at Patley Bridge near Rippon ; bred at Thresh- 30 
field (Mr Knowles) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bateman, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 10 April, aet past 19. 

(22) Haselem, Edward, son of Edward Haselem, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks; born at Grassington near Skipton; bred at 
Thresfield (Mr Knowles) ; admitted sizar for Mr Cardale, tutor and 35 
surety Mr Powell, 10 April, aet. past 19. 

(23) Hazeland, William, son of 'G' (William?) Hazeland, 
baker {pistorit), Wiltshire ; bora at Wilcott ; bred at Marlborough 
(Mr Stone); admitted sizar for Mr Balguy, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, May, aet. past 15. 40 

(24) Dod, Robert, son of J. Dod, Ireland; bred at Wem 
(Mr Appleton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
13 May, aet 19. 

(25) Hancom, Richard, son of Richard Hancom, Herefordshire ; 
bom at Whitney ; bred at Hereford (Mr Willim) ; admitted pen- 45 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 14 May, aet. past 18. 



ADMISSIONS. 1746. 



119 



(26) Fox, John, son of J. Fox, clerk, Yorks ; born at Donaster 
(jnc) ; bred at Beverley (Mr Gierke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Brooke, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 19 May, aet. past 17. 

(27) Williams, William, son of Grif. Williams, husbandman 
5 (ogricolae), Denbighshire; bom at Ruthin; bred there (Mr Hughes); 

admitted sizar for Mr Ogden, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 21 May, 
aet. 18. 

(28) Matthews, Richard, son of John Matthews, lawyer 
(Jurisperiti), Middlesex ; bom in London ; bred at Harden, Herts 

lo (Mr Barnard); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
21 May, aet. 17. 

(29) Worge, John, son of Richard Worge, clerk, Durham ; bora 
at Hartlepoole ; bred at Croglin, Cumberland (Mr Noble) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 May, aet. 19. 

1 5 (30) Fowler, Charles, son of Francis Fo wler, mercer (jnerciarii), 
Notts ; born at Southwell ; bred there (Mr Bugg) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Fowler, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 May, aet. 17. 

(31) Nash, Charles, son of Gaw. Nash, gentleman, Sussex; 
born at Petworth ; bred first at Petworth, then at Westminster 

20 School (Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
28 May, aet. past 18. 

(32) Cavendish, Honourable George, second son of William, 
Duke of Devonshire, Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Chester- 
field (Mr Burrow) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 

25 Mr Burrow, 29 May, aet. 18. 

(33) Walker, John, son of James Walker, attorney at law, 
Yorks ; bom at Moortown ; bred at Leeds (Mr Barnard) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 May, aet. 1 8. 

(34) Sandland, Thomas, son of Thomas Sandland, maltster 
30 (brasiatoris), Salop ; bora at Wem ; bred there (Mr Appleton) ; 

admitted sizar for Dr Taylor, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
7 June, aet. past 18. 

(35) Hewlt, James, son of William Hewit, steward {dispensa- 
toris), Salop ; born near Moreton ; bred first at Trenthani, StaflFord- 

35 shire, then at Wem, Salop (Mr Appleton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Rutherforth, 7 June, aet past 18. 

(36) Chamhre, Rowland, son of Francis Chambre, attorney at 
law, Salop ; born at Petton ; bred at Wem (Mr Appleton) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 7 June, aet past 18. 

40 (37) Mathews, Toby, A.B. of Brasenose College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Cardale, 10 June. 

(38) Heathcote, Edward, son of Ralph Heathcote, clerk, 
Leicestershire ; bora at Barrow; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrow); 
admitted sizar for Mr Wilson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 June, 

45 aet. past IS. 

(39) Bullock, Richard, son of Richard Bullock, clerk, Surrey ; 
bora at Streatham near Croydon ; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 June, aet past 17. 



120 ADMISSIONS. 1746. 

(40) Richmond, Richard, son of Sylvester Richmond, clerk, 
Lancashire ; bom at Walton near Liverpool ; bred at Chesterfield, 
Derbyshire (Mr Burrow) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 19 June, aet. 19. 

(41) Qreen, Henry, son of R. Green, gentleman, Leicestershire ; 5 
born at Rolleston ; bred first at Uppingham (Mr Hubbard), then at 
Leicester (Mr Andrews) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 20 June, aet. past 18. 

(42) Oookson, John, son of John Cookson, maltster (brcuiatorta), 
Westmorland ; bom at Clappergate near Ambleside ; school, lo 
Sedbergh (Mr Broxholme, then Mr Bateman) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Bernard, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 June, aet past 20. 

(43) Horsefal, Henry, son of John Horsefal, Yorks ; bom at 
Batley near Wakefield; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrow) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 June, aet 15 
past 18. 

(44) Bryant, Henry, son of William Bryant, weaver {textoris), 
Norfolk ; born in Norwich ; bred there at a private school (Mr Pagan) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

30 June, aet 22. 20 

(45) Chasteney, William, son of John Chasteney, farmer 
(Jirmarii), Norfolk ; born at Topcroft ; the free school Norwich 
(Mr Bickmer) ; admitted sizar for Mr Gunning, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 1 July, aet 18. 

(46) Cobb, John, son of John Cobb ; bora at Lynn; bred there 25 
(Mr Pigge) ; admitted sizar for Mr Beavoir, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 4 July, aet ' fere '17. 

(f. C. 5^ ^. 

[Admissions in the year j p. 23 ^ 46.] 
(s. isj 

July 1746— July 1747. 
Admissiones a Julii 7, 1746. 

(1) Wigley, Henry, son of Edward Wigley, M.D., Leicestershire ; 
bora in Leicester ; bred there (Mr Andrews) ; admitted pensioner, 3° 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 8 July, aet 'fere' 18. 

(2) Edwards, Thomas, son of Thomas Edwards, clerk, War- 
wickshire ; bom at Coventry ; bred there (Dr Jackson) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Laxton, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 22 November, 
aet past 17. 35 

(3) Moody, William, Wiltshire ; bora at Wilton ; school, 
Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 29 November, aet past 18. 

(4) Parker, Robert, son of Bannist. Parker, esquire, Lancashire ; 
born at Preston ; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrow) ; 40 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 December, 
aet. past 18. 



I 



ADMISSIONS. 1741 47. 



121 



174«. 

(6) Hewthwaite, John, son of Thomas Hewthwaite, attorney 
at law, Yorks ; born at Pickering near Malton ; bred at Threshfield 
(Mr Knowles); admitted sizar for Mr Ogden, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 13 January, aet. past 18. 

5 (6) Weston, Thomas, son of Richard Weston, lamp seller 
{Jychnopolae), Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Merchant Taylors' 
(MrCreicke); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
14 January, aet. past 16. 

(7) Jackson, Thomas, son of Thomas Jackson, clerk, Yorks; 
lo bom at Hedon ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke); admitted sizar 

for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 26 January, aet. 
past 19. 

(8) Robinson, William, son of Matthew Robinson, esquire, 
Cambridgeshire ; born in Cambridge ; school, Westminster (Dr 

15 Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
4 February, aet. 18. 

(9) Wilson, John, son of Thomas Wilson, attorney at law, 
Westmorland; born at Kendal; school, Eton (Dr Somner); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 15 February, aet. 

20 past 19. 

(10) Barhor, George, son of Robert Barbor, attorney at law, 
Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 17 February. 

(11) Fetherstonhaugh, XJlrick, Middlesex, A.B. of Trinity 
25 College, Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

18 March. 

(12) Amory, Robert, Ireland, father's county, Middlesex; 
school, Westminster (Dr Nichols); admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 March, aet. past 15. 



1747. 

30 (13) Norcross, John, son of John Norcross, clerk, Lancashire ; 
bom at Rivington near Chorlay ; bred by his father ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Johnston, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 April, aet. past 19. 

(14) Myres, John, son of John Myres, clerk, Richmondshire ; 
born at Langton ; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble) ; admitted sizar 

35 for Mr Balguy, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 7 April, aet past 17. 

(15) Walton, Bannister, son of Henry Walton, esquire, Lan- 
cashire ; born at Marsden near Colne ; bred at Chesterfield, Derby- 
shire (Mr Burrow) ; admitted fellow-commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 9 April, aet. past 19. 

40 (16) Barlow, John, son of John Barlow, wool weaver {lanijici), 
Lancashire ; born at Water near Bury ; bred there (Mr Lister) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 10 April, aet 
past IS. 



122 ADMISSIONS. 1747. 

(17) Image, John, son of Charles Image, wigmaker {penicarum 
artifida), Northamptonshire ; bom at Peterborough ; bred there 
(Mr Marshal) ; admitted sizar for Mr Laxton, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 12 April, aet. 17. 

(18) Holmes, Richard, son of Henry Holmes, druggist {phar- 5 
macopolae), Derbyshire ; born at Derby ; bred at Mansfield, Notts 
(Mr Depleidge); admitted sizar for Mr Brooke, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 30 April, aet. past 16. 

(19) Hankey, Henry, son of Sir Joseph Hankey, knight, 
Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Dedham, Essex (Mr Grim- lo 
wood); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 May, 
aet. past 17. 

(20) Davis, George, son of James Davis, gentleman, Berks; 
bom at Hare Hatch ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 26 May, aet. past 18. 15 

(21) Canning, John, son of William Canning, farmer (^/vnam"), 
Essex ; born at Henham ; bred at Bishop Stortford, Herts (Mr 
Maul) ; admitted sizar for Mr Ogden, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
28 May, aet 'fere' 19. 

(22) Fletcher, George, son of George Fletcher, clerk, Derby- 20 
shire ; bom at Repington ; bred there (Mr Astley) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Beavoir, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 1 June, aet 
past 18. 

(23) Metcalfe, Thomas, son of Manuaduke Metcalfe, tax- 
collector («u;actoW* tributi), Kent; bom at Littleboum near Canter- 25 
bury ; bred first at Battle, then at Ukfield, Sussex (Mr Jernison) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 

1 June. 

(24) Fielde, Thomas, son of Thomas Fielde, clerk, Derbyshire ; 
bom at Wingfielde near Chesterfield ; bred at Tipshall (Mr Ed- 30 
wards) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 

5 June, aet 17. 

(25) Bell, Samuel, son of Matthew Bell, clerk, Suffolk ; bom 
at Clare ; bred at Lavenham (Mr Smithies) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Austin, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 5 June, aet past 19. 35 

(26) Manlove, Thomas, son of Joseph Manlove, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; born at Churchbroughton ; bred at Hereford (Mr Wiliim) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Bernard, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 10 June, 
aet past 18. 

(27) Chevalier, John, son of Nathaniel Chevalier, clerk, 40 
Rutlandshire; born at Castraton; bred at Stamford, Lincolnshire 
(Mr Reed) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 10 June, aet past 17. 

(28) Gunning, Francis, son of Henry Gunning, clerk, Cambridge- 
shire ; bom in the city of Ely ; bred there by his father ; admitted 45 
sizar for Mr Gunning, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 13 June, aet 
past 17. 

(29) Hood, Arthur William, son of Samuel Hood, clerk. 



ADMISSIONS, 1747. 123 

Somersetshire ; born at Butleigh near Soberton ; bred at Ilminster 
(Mr Davies) ; admitted sizar for Mr Brooke, tutor and surety Dr 
Rutherforth. 

(30) Tomlins, William, A.B. of St Mary's Hall, Oxford, ad- 
5 mitted 2 July, sponsor Dr Rutherforth. 

(31) Graham, William, son of Charles Graham, clerk, Middle- 
sex ; born at Tottenham ; school. Charterhouse (Mr Hotchkis) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 8 July, aet. 
'fere' 17. 

lo (32) Russel, John, son of John Russel, clerk, Lincolnshire; 
bom at Fiskerton ; school, Peterborough (Mr Marshal) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 9 July, aet. past 16. 

[f.C. 2| 
[Admissions in the year -j p. 15 ^ 32.] 
Is. 15) 



July 1747— July 1748. 
Admissiones a Jul. 1747. 

(1) Symonds, John, son of John Symonds, D.D., SuflFolk ; bom 
15 at Horringer; school. Bury (Mr Kinsman and Mr Gamham); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 11 July, aet. 
past 17. 

(2) Prat, John, son of George Prat, clerk, Kent, from Pem- 
broke College, Oxford ; admitted sizar for Mr Lyppeat, tutor and 

20 surety Mr Powell, 9 October. 

(3) Smith, William, son of William Smith, grocer {aromatarii), 
Middlesex ; bom in Loudon ; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 October, aet. 
past 16. 

25 (4) Bacon, Michael, son of Michael Bacon, farmer {firmarii), 
Yorks ; bom at Selby ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Bernard, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 31 October, aet. 
past 17. 

(5) Lowndes, Thomas, Middlesex, formerly admitted pensioner ; 
30 admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 

19 November. 

(6) Barbor, George, Middlesex, formerly admitted pensioner ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
19 November. 

-- (7) Ellis, William, son of Henry Ellis, alehouse keeper {cer- 
visiarii), Middlesex; bora at Wapping; school. Merchant Taylors' 
(Mr Creicke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 19 November, aet past 17. 

(8) Barber, John, A.B. of St John's College, Oxford ; admitted 

40 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 December. 



124 ADMISSIONS. 174^ — 48. 



174X. 



(9) Wingfield, Borlace, son of B. Wingfield, gentleman, Salop ; 
born at Preston Brockhurst; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotchkis); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr llutherforth, 4 January, 
aet. past 18. 

(10) Clements, John, A.B. of Corpus Christi College, Oxford; 5 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Ludlam, 26 January. 

(11) Bean, Reginald, son of Reginald Bean, clerk, Somerset; 
bom at North-perrot ; bred at Crewkeme (Mr Hare) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Laxton, 29 January, aet. past 16. 

(12) Comisli, Robert, son of John Cornish, gentleman, Somer- 10 
set ; bom at YarUngton near Bruton ; bred there (Mr Golds- 
borough); admitted sizar for Mr Lyppeat, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 5 January {sic), aet past 18. 

(13) Hallows, John, son of Thomas Hallows, esquire, Derby- 
shire; bom at Glapwell; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Burrows); ad- 15 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 3 March, aet 
past 18. 

(14) Ryley, John, son of James Ryley, clerk, Lancashire ; bom 
at Chorley ; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Holme, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 March, aet. past 18. 20 

(15) Wright, Joseph, son of Joseph Wright, taxgatherer {tributi 
exactoris), Lancashire ; bom at Newton near Warrington ; school, 
Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Cardale, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 12 March, aet past 18. 

(16) Vanbrugh, Robert, son of George Vanbmgh, gentleman, 25 
Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Tennant, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 

17 March, aet past 19. 

(17) Byass, William, son of Thomas Byass, 'plebeii,' Yorks; 
bom at Pocklington ; bred there (Mr Robinson) ; admitted sizar 30 
* pro eodem,' tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 March, aet past 17. 

1748. 

(18) Taylor, Herbert, son of Herbert Taylor, formerly fellow 
of the College, Kent ; bom at Bifrons in the parish of Patricks- 
bourne; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 March. 

(19) King, Talbot, son of Alexander King, clerk, Beds; bom 35 
at Souldrop ; bred by his father at home ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Rutherforth, .5 April, aet past 16. 

(20) Haslehurst, Joseph, son of Joseph Haslehurst, clerk, 
Notts ; born at Ireswell ; bred by his father at Market Raising, 
Lincolnshire ; admitted sizar for Mr Hutchinson, tutor and surety 40 
Dr Rutherforth, 26 April, aet past 18. 

(21) Harrap, Job, son of John Harrap, blacksmith {fabri 
ferrarii)y Yorks ; bora at Osset near Wakefield ; bred at Risworth 



ADMISSIONS. 1748. 125 

(Mr Wadsworth); admitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor and 
surety Mr PowelL 

(22) Ford, Jolm, son of Richard Ford, metal founder {fusoris), 
Lancashire ; born at Cansery near Hawkshead ; school, Sedbergh, 

5 Yorks (Mr Bateman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bernard, tutor and 
surety, Mr Powell, 18 May, aet. past 19. 

(23) Downes, Charles, formerly admitted pensioner, admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 May. 

(24) Paxker, Edward, son of John Parker, esquire, Middlesex ; 
lo bom in London ; school. Bury, SuflFolk ; admitted fellow commoner, 

tutor and surety Mr Powell, 19 May, aet. past 16. 

(25) Clarke, Edward, son of William Clarke, clerk, and 
formerly fellow of the College, Sussex ; bom at Buxtead ; school, 
Winchester (Dr Burton) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 

15 Rutherforth, 23 May, aet. past 18. 

(26) Hastings, Thepphilus Henry, son of Henry Hastings, 
shoemaker {ccdigarii), Leicestershire ; bom at Lutterworth ; school, 
Leeds (Mr Barnard); admitted sizar for Mr Barnard, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 25 May. 

20 (27) Dodsworth, Francis, Richmondshire ; born at Thornton, 
Watlass ; bred first at Beverley, then at Sedbergh School (Mr Bate- 
man) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 June, aet. 17. 

(28) Lynch, William, son of John Lynch, D.D., and Dean of 
Canterbury, Surrey ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 

25 Dr Rutherforth, 30 May. 

(29) Langley, Thomas, son of Thomas Langley, maltster 
(jbrasiatoris), Lincolnshire ; bom at Grantham ; bred there (Mr 
Bacon) ; admitted sizar for Mr Basket, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 6 June, aet. past 18. 

30 (30) Frank, Thomas, son of Walter Frank, clerk, Kent ; bora 
at Chatham ; bred at the King's School, Rochester (Mr Soan) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Ludlam, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 6 June, 
aet. 18. 

(31) Ekins, George, son of George Ekins, attorney at law, 
35 Northamptonshire ; born at Wellingborough ; bred first at Oakham, 

then at Wellingborough (Mr Holme) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 7 June, aet. past 16. 

(32) Holme, Thomas, son of Thomas Holme, clerk, Lancashire; 
bom at Kirkby-Irelyth in Fumess ; bred by his father at Welling- 

40 borough ; admitted sizar for Mr Wilson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
7 June, aet. past 15. 

(33) Thompson, Thomas, son of Thomas Thompson, furrier 
(pellionis), Yorks; bom at Beverley; bred there (Mr Clark) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Green, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 June, aet. 

45 past 16. 

(34) Lloyd, Richard Savage, elder son of Sir Richard Lloyd, 
Knight, SufiFolk ; born at Ipswich ; school, Eton ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 10 June, aet 18. 



126 ADMISSIONS. 1748. 

(35) Johnson, Thomas, son of Thomas Johnson, draper {pan- 
norum mercatoris), SuflFolk; bom at Bury; bred there (Mr Gam- 
ham) ; admitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 11 June, aet. past 17. 

(36) Leach, John, son of John Leach, clerk, Beds ; bom at 5 
Over-Standon ; educated at home ; admitted sizar for Mr Salisbury, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 14 June, aet past 20. 

(37) Jephson, William, son of William Jephson, clerk, Surrey ; 
born at Caniberwell ; educated there by his father ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1.5 June, aet past 13. 10 

(38) Medcalf, Matthew, son of Anthony Medcalf, husbandman 
(agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Thorp near Skipton ; bred there and 
afterwards at Threshfield (Mr Hewit) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Richardson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 June, aet. past 19. 

(39) Dwarris, Fortnnatns, son of Thomas Dwarris, 'Militum 15 
Tribuni, ' America ; bora in the Island of Jamaica ; schools, first 
Uxbridge, then Eton (Mr Cook) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 June, aet past 20. 

(40) Fearse, Offspring, son of Henry Pearse, Gloucestershire ; 
bom at Wotton-under-edge ; school, Manchester ; admitted sizar for 20 
Mr Burrow, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June. 

(41) Moreton, Robert, son of Robert Moreton, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire; bora at Waddington; school, Lincoln (Mr Rolt); admitted 
sizar for Mr Loggan, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 29 June, 
aet 18. 25 

(42) Price, Morgan, Llandaff, formerly admitted pensioner, 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
30 June. 

(43) Mayler, Thomas, A.B. of Jesus Collie, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Ludlam, 3 July. 30 

(44) Thomas, Gteorge, son of — Thomas, tax-gatherer {tributi 
exactorit), Llandaff; bred at Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Lindsey, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 8 July. 

(45) ChurchU, Charles, son of Charles Churchil, clerk, 
Middlesex ; bora in Westminster ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicols) ; 35 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ratherforth, 8 July, aet. 
past 16. 

lUc 8] 
[Admissions in the year j p. \5V 45.] 
Is. 22) 



July 1748— July 1749. 

Admissiones a Julii 1748. 

(1) Hassell, Samuel, admitted pensioner, 16 May 1743; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 Sep- 40 
tember. 



ADMISSIONS. 1748— 4|. 127 

(2) Wingfield, Hon. Edward, eldest son of Richard, Viscount 
Powerscourt, Ireland ; born in Dublin ; Trinity College, Dublin, 
3 years; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 3 October, aet. 20. 
5 (3) Wingfield, Hon. Richard, second son of Richard, Viscount 
Powerscourt, Ireland ; born in Dublin ; Trinity College, Dublin ; 
3 years ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 3 October, aet. 19. 

(4) Yonge, Walter, son of Vernon Yonge, attorney, StaflFord- 
lo shire ; born at Charnes near Eccleshal ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr 

Hotchkis) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
5 October, aet. past 19. 

(5) Downes, Jonathan, son of John Downes, counsellor (con- 
siliarii), America ; bom at Spring ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotch- 

15 kis); admittedpensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 5 October, 
aet. 18. 

(6) Edwards, Richard Swinfen, son of Grif Swinfen Edwards, 
tailor (siUoris vestiarii), Middlesex ; bom in London ; school, West- 
minster (Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 

20 Powell, 27 October, aet. past 16. 

(7) Smith, John, son of George Smith, cutler (cultellarii), Yorks ; 
bom in Sheffield ; bred there (Mr Marshal) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Lindsey, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 November, aet. past 18. 

(8) Molineuz, Crisp, son of Charles Molineux, gentleman, 
25 America; born in the Island of St Christopher; bred at Hackney 

(Mr Newcome) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr 
Rutherforth, 5 November, aet. past 17. 

(9) Dawson, Anthony, son of Anthony Dawson, attorney at law, 
Yorks; born at Azerley near Rippon; bred at Cockswold (Mr 

30 Midgeley) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 21 
November, aet. past 19. 



(10) Dalyson, William, son of Thomas Dalyson, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; born in London ; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Cawthorne) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 23 January. 
35 (11) Cam, John, son of John Cam, surgeon, Herefordshire; 
bom in Hereford ; bred there (Mr Willim) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 25 February, aet. past 15. 

(12) Wilson, Thomas, son of Thomas Wilson, attorney, West- 
morland ; born at Kendal ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; ad- 

40 mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 27 February, 
aet. past 19. 

(13) Harpur, Henry, son of Henry Harpur, gentleman, Middle- 
sex ; bom at Islington ; bred at Maidstone, Kent (Mr Russel) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 March, aet. 

45 past 16. 

(14) Jolland, George, son of George JoUand, gentleman, Derby- 



128 ADMISSIONS. 174|— 49, 

shire ; born at Wirksworth ; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 March, aet 
past 18. 

(15) Wilson, Matthew, son of Matthew "Wilson, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Eshton ; bred at Skipton (Mr Wilkinson) ; admitted 5 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 March, aet. past 19. 

(16) Faber, Thomas, son of William Faber, currier {coriarii), 
Yorks ; bom at Leeds ; bred at Linton (Mr Hewit) ; adrfiitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 March, aet. past 19. 

(17) Ewen, William, son of Thomas Ewen, gentleman, Cambridge- lo 
shire ; bom in Cambridge ; bred at Colne, Essex (Mr Stringer) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 March, aet. past 
[15 or 16^ 

(18) Churchil, Fleetwood, son of Joseph Churchil, gentleman, 
Northamptonshire ; born at Northampton ; bred there (Mr Clark), 1 5 
afterwards at home ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

16 March, aet. 17. 

(19) Vades, Thomas, son of Abraham Vades, Ireland; bom 
at Edenderry, King's County ; bred at Dublin ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 March, aet. past 17. 20 

1749. 

(20) French, William, A.B. of Wadham College, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 6 April. 

(21) Kilvington, Thomas, son of William Kilvington, esquire, 
of Thursk in the County of York ; bred at Ottrington (Mr Dent), 
and Burnsill (Mr Knowles) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 25 
Mr Powell, 7 April, aet. past 16. 

(22) Bullock, John, son of William Bullock, farmer (Jirmarit), 
Staffordshire ; born at Fleetgreen near Leeke ; bred at Ashford, 
Derbyshire (Mr Howard) ; admitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 3 May. -q 

(23) Le Hunt, John, son of John Le Hunt, clerk, Hertford- 
shire ; bom at Hertford ; bred at Hoddesden (Mr Beunet) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 8 May, aet. past 18. 

(24) Ekins, G«orge, formerly admitted pensioner, admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 May. -e 

(25) Boys, Richard, son of Richard Boys, Middlesex ; bora in 
London ; bred at Dedham, Essex (Mr Grim wood) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Lindsey, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 May, aet. past 17. 

(26) Hough, Henry, son of Richard Hough, grazier {pecuarii), 
Leicestershire ; bora at Bottesford ; bred at Southwell, Notts, then 40 
at Oakham, Rutland ; admitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor and surety 
Dr Rutherforth, 17 May, aet. past 19. 

(27) Dickinson, Samuel, son of John Dickinson, clerk, Salop ; 
bora at Newport ; bred there (Mr Lea) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 18 May, aet past 16. 45 

^ A blot in the register. 



ADMISSIONS, 1749. 129 

(28) Fletcher, Oaxter, son of Henry Fletcher, clerk, Derby- 
shire ; born at Spoondon ; bred at Mansfield, Notts (Mr Deplage) ; 
admitted sizar for Dr Burton, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 20 
May, aet. past 17. 
5 (29) Pratt, John, Yorks ; formerly admitted pensioner, now ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 May. 

(30) Herbert, Nicolas, son of Edward Herbert, esquire, Ire- 
land, mother's county Middlesex ; bom at Muckross, county Kerry ; 
bred at Killemey ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 

lo forth, 27 May, aet. past 19. 

(31) Goldwyer, George, son of George Goldwyer, surgeon, 
Wiltshire ; born at Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 May, aet. past 18. 

(32) Pilgrim, John, son of John Pilgrim, shipbuilder (naupegi), 
J 5 Hampshire ; l)om at Alverstoke ; school, Rochester (Mr Scan) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Allen, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 7 June, aet. 
past 18. 

(33) Lock, Robert, son of Gervase Lock, gentleman, Middlesex ; 
bom in London; bred at Southwell, Notts (Mr Bugg); admitted 

2o sizar for Mr Tennant, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 7 June, 
aet. past 17. 

(34) Drake, Nathan, son of Joseph Drake, clerk, Rutland; 
bom at Burleigh ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Ogden, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 June, aet. past 16. 

25 (35) Manley, William, son of Henry Manley, druggist {phar- 
macopolae), Somerset ; bom at Taunton ; bred there (Mr Henley) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Twells, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
23 June, aet past 18. 

(36) Symonds, John, son of John Symonds, clerk, Cambridge- 
30 shire ; bom at DuUingham ; school, Ely (Mr Gunning) ; admitted 

sizar for Mr Taylor, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June, aet. 
past 17. 

(37) Milward, Richard, son of Richard Milward, clerk, 
StaflFordshire ; bom at Eocleshal ; school, Manchester (Mr Brooke) ; 

35 admitted sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June, 
aet. past 17. 

(38) Nairn, Richard, son of William Naim, clerk, Wiltshire ; 
bora at Fonthil Bishop ; bred at Amesbury (Mr Head) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June, aet. 19. 

40 (39) Marshal, Edmund, son of Joshua Marshal, esquire, 
Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Cawthome) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 30 June, aet 
past 15. 

(40) Burrel, William, son of Peter Burrel, esquire, Middle- 
45 sex ; bom in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Nicols) ; admitted 

fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 30 Jime, aet. 
past 16. 

(41) Sympson, Hugh, son of Thomas Sympson, attorney at 

S. 9 



130 ADMISSIONS. 1749- 



TU- 



law, Cumberland ; born at Penrith ; bred at Appleby (Mr Tates) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 June, aet. 16. 

(42) Barker, William, bon of Robert Barker, alehouse-keeper 
{cervisiarii), SufiFolk ; bom at Lowestoft ; bred at Halesworth (Mr 
Forster) ; admitted sizar for Mr Barnard, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 5 
forth, 30 June, aet. past 1 9. 

(43) Sole, John Cockin, son of Cockin Sole, coimsellor {conn- 
liarii), Kent ; bom at Bobbing ; private tutor Mr Barret at 
Canterbury ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 

3 July, aet. past 16. lo 

(44) Graven, William, son of Richard Craven, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Gouthwaite Hall, Nidderdale ; school, 
Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Scales, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 3 July, aet past 19. 

(45) Mason, George, son of Miles Mason, woolweaver {lanifici), 15 
Westmorland ; bora at Kirkby Stephen ; school, Sedbergh (Mr 
Bateman); admitted sizar for Mr Lindsey, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 3 July, aet past 19. 

rf.c. 8>| 

[Admissions in the year i p. 22 J- 4.5.] 

U. 15J 

July 1749— July 1750 
Admissiones a Julii 6^ 1749 

(1) Thistlewait, Bobert, son of Richard Thistlewait, husband- 20 
man (agricolae), Yorks ; born in Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh (Mr 
Bateman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Allen, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 1 1 October, aet. past 20. 

(2) Bullock, Edward, son of Richard Bullock, D.D., Surrey ; 
bora at Streatham ; bred there (Mr Talbot) ; admitted pensioner, 25 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 20 October, aet 17. 



(3) Wilsford, Thomas, son of Tiiomas Wilsford, M.D., Yorks; 
bora at Pomfret ; bred at Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 17 January, aet past 17. 

(4) Newman, John, son of John Newman, corn merchant 30 
i/rumentarii), Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, Westminster 
(Dr Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 19 January, aet. past 16. 

(5) Qoodeve, Bichard, formerly admitted pensioner, admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 6 February. 35 

(6) Lupton, William, son of William Lupton, ' pannoram cul- 
toris,' Yorks; bora at Leeds; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Scales, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 8 February, 
aet past 17. 



ADMISSIONS. 17|^ — 1750. 131 

(7) Griffith Samuel, son of Leighton Owen GriflBth, esquire, 
Salop ; bom at Preston ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Parry) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 26 February, 
aet. past 18. 
5 (8) Stephens, William, son of Henry Stephens, Essex ; bom 
at Dedham ; bred there (Mr Grimwood) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Murthwaite, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 5 March, aet. past 17. 

1750 

(9) Beade, John, son of John Reade, gentleman, Oxfordshire ; 
bom at Ipsden; bred at Mallborough, Wiltshire (Mr Stone); ad- 

lo mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 April, aet. 18. 

(10) Wright, William, son of Martin Wright, 'Regii Praetoris 
in Aula "Westmonasteriensi,' Middlesex ; born in London ; school, 
Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
25 April, aet. past 18. 

1 5 (11) Grove, William Chafln, son of Chafin Grove, esquire, 
Wiltshire ; born at Mere ; bred at Sutton (Mr Rogers) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 April, aet. past 18. 

(12) Collier, Joseph, son of John Collier, farmer (Jirmarii), 
StaflFordshire ; born at Cheddleton ; bred at Dillon (Mr Slade) ; ad- 

20 mitted sizar for Mr Main waring, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 May, 
aet past 20. 

(13) Eddowes, Richard, son of William Eddowes, box maker 
(arcularit) ; born at Dillon ; bred there (Mr Slade) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Lindsey, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 May, aet. past 18. 

25 (14) Forster, Ralph, son of Joseph Forster, gentleman, North- 
umberland ; bom at Newton ; bred at Durham (Mr Donworth) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 25 May, aet. 
past 18. 

(15) Forster, William, A.B., of Lincoln College, Oxford ; ad- 
30 mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 28 May. 

(16) EUiston, William, son of William EUiston, farmer (Jir- 
marii), SuflFolk ; born at Barfield ; bred at Dedham (Mr Grimwood); 
admitted sizar for Mr Holme, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 6 June, 
aet. past 17. 

35 (17) Clayton, John, son of Thomas Clayton, medical man 
(jnedici), Lancashire ; bom at Blackbourne ; bred there, then at 
St Alban's Hall, Oxford, 2 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 6 June, aet. 21. 

(18) Whitaker, William, son of Thomas Whitaker, gentleman, 
40 Lancashire; born at Holme ; bred at Bingley, Yorks (Mr Hudson); 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 11 June, aet. 
past 19. 

(19) Jackson, William, son of Thomas Jackson, merchant, 
America ; born at Irish Town ; bred at Hoddesdon, Herts ; ad- 

45 mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 June. 

9—2 



132 ADMISSIONS. 1750. 

(20) Harvey, Samuel, son of James Harvey, gentleman, Beds ; 
bom at Warden ; bred at Hoddesdon, Herts (Mr Bennet) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 18 June. 

(21) Potter, Daniel, son of John Potter, clerk, Northumber- 
land ; bom at Horton ; bred at St Bees (Mr Fisher) ; admitted sizar 5 
for Mr Beavoir, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 19 June, aet. 
past 19. 

(22) Abbot, William, son of William Abbot, master mariner 
{navis pra^ecti), Kent ; bora at Ramsgato ; school, Canterbury ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 June, aet. lo 
past 16. 

(23) Maese, Michael Driver S son of Michael Maese, merchant, 
Norfolk ; bora at Wells ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Burrow, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 23 June, aet. 
paat 18. 15 

(24) Hope, Cliarles, son of William Hope, M.D., Derbyshire; 
bora at Derby ; bred there (Mr Almond) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 25 June, aet. past 17. 

(26) Field, Benjamin, A.B., of Hartford College, Oxford ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 27 June. 20 

(26) Jones, Robert, son of Thomas Jones, clerk, Denbigh ; born 
at Llangniven ; bred at Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Langhom, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 27 June, aet. past 16. 

(27) Elmsal, Henry, son of Henry Elmsal, clerk, Yorks ; bora 

at Thorp near Wakefield; bred at Bradford (Mr Butler) ; admitted 25 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June, aet. past 17. 

(28) Darwin, John, son of Robert Darwin, counsellor (con- 
siliarii), Notts ; born at Elston near Newark ; bred at Chesterfield, 
Derbyshire ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 
June, aet. past 19. 30 

(29) Darwin, Erasmus, aet 18 ; ' cum fratre praedicto in caete- 
ris omnibus concordat.' 

(30) Browne, Samuel, son of Samuel Browne, farmer (/?r- 
marit), Norfolk ; bora at Blakeney ; school, Bury (Mr Oamham) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Main waring, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 35 
June, aet. past 19. 

(31) Skiddy, Robert, son of Francis Skiddy, attomey, Ireland • 
bora in Dublin ; school, Sedbergh, Yorks (Mr Bateman) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Mainwaring, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 3 July, 
aet. 21. 40 

(32) Jenkin, Henry, son of Thomas Jenkin, clerk, Norfolk; 
bora at Westwinck; bred at Seaming; admitted sizar for Mr 
Brooke, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 6 July, aet. past 17. 

(f.C 2| 
[Admissions in the year -^ p. 18 ^ 32.] 
is. 12) 
1 Michael Driver Mease, a.b. 1754, a.m. 1757, s.t.b. 1765. 



admissions. 1750 — 5^. 133 

July 1750— July 1751 
Admissiones a Julii 1750 

(I) Gardiner, Charles, son of Robert Gardiner, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire ; bom at Eveden ; bred at Beverley, Yorks (Mr Clarke) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 7 September, 
aet. 18. 

5 (2) Dalyson, Thomas, son of Thomas Dalyson, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; born in London ; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Cawthorne) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 18 October, aet. 
past 17. 

(3) Reynolds, Anthony, son of George Reynolds, chancellor 
to of Peterborough, Hunts; born at Buckden ; school, Huntingdon (Mr 

Unwin) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 23 October, 
aet. past 18. 

(4) Sparrow, Charles, son of Charles Sparrow, grocer {aroma- 
tarii), Middlesex; bom in London; school. Bury (Mr Gamham); 

15 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 27 October, aet. 
past 17. 

(6) Clayton, John, formerly admitted pensioner, admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 2 November. 

(6) Yonge, Walter, StaflFordshire, formerly admitted pensioner, 
20 admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 21 

November. 

(7) Duke, William, son of William Duke, lawyer {juris con- 
sulti), America ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotchkis) ; admitted sizar 
for Dr Taylor, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 15 December, aet. 

25 past 17. 

1750 

(8) Squire, Edwards, son of Samuel Squire, clerk, Somerset ; 
bora at Catcomb near Minhead ; bred at Brampton (Mr Wood) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 10 January, 
aet. past 15. 

30 (9) Alcock, Christopher, son of John Alcock, clerk, Yorks; 

bom at Bumsal near Skipton; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); 

admitted sizar for Mr Murthwaite, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 12 

January. 

(10) Russel, Peter, son of Richard Russel, captain {capitanei), 
35 Ireland ; bora at Corke ; bred there; admitted pensioner, tutor and 

surety Dr Rutherforth, 15 January, aet. past 17. 

(II) Monins, Richard, son of Richard Monins, clerk, Kent; 
bora at Ringwold near Dover ; school, Canterbury, under his father, 
then at Wyverston, Suffolk ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 

40 Dr Rutherforth, 16 January, aet. 'fere' 17. 

(12) Fegge, Samuel, son of Samuel Pegge, clerk, Kent ; born 
at Godmersham ; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrough) ; 



194 ADMISSIONS. 175^—51. 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 14 March, aet. 
past 18. 

(13) Sale, William, son of William Sale, attorney, Notts ; born 
at Redford ; bred at Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Burrough) ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Powell, aet. past 17. 5 

(14) Dering, Edward, son of Sir Edward Dering, baronet, 
Kent; born at Pluckley ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols); ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 March, 
aet past 18. 

1751 

(15) Lock, diaries, son of Robert Lock, Kent ; bom at lo 
Rochester ; bred there (Mr Soan) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 26 March, aet. past 18. 

(16) Todington, Thomas, son of Thomas Todington, farmer 
{firmarii), Leicestershire ; bred at Southwell, Notts (Mr Bugg) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Bugg, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 12 15 
April. 

(17) Mill ward, Richard, StaflFordshire, formerly admitted sizar, 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 28 April 

(18) Hanmer, Thomas, son of Henry Hanmer, farmer {fir- 
marii), Salop ; born at Montfort ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Hotch- 20 
kis) ; admitted sizar for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 13 May, aet. past 19. 

(19) Hankey, Harry, who was admitted pensioner 21 May, 
1747, admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Powell, 22 May. 

(20) Om, William, son of 'G' (William?) Gill, clerk, Yorks; 25 
bom at Sherburn ; school, Beverley (Mr Clarke) ; admitted Sizar for 
Mr Stubbs, tutor Mr Powell, 22 May, aet. 18. 

(21) Chetwode, John, eldest son of Sir Philip Chetwode, 
baronet, Cheshire ; born at Adgdon near Knutsford ; school, Eton 
(Dr Somuer) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Powell, 24 May, 30 
aet 19. 

(22) Northon, John, son of J. Northon, cloth merchant {pan- 
norum mercatoris), Lincolnshire ; bora at Holbeach ; bred first at 
Moulton (Mr Chapman), then at Stamford (Mr Reid) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor Dr Rutherforth, 29 May, aet 17. 35 

(23) Clarkson, Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey Clarkson, currier 
(coriarit), Yorks ; born at Reeth ; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Langhorn, tutor Mr Powell, 29 May. 

(24) Fenwick, Thomas, only son of T. Fenwick, gentleman, 
Northumberland, bom at Newcastle; school, Eton (Dr Somner);40 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Rutherforth, 5 June, aet. 17. 

(25) Willan, Thomas, son of T. Willan, taxgatherer (tributi 
exactoris), Yorks, bora at Appersete; school, Threshfield (Mr Hewit); 
admitted sizar for Mr Stubbs, tutor Mr Powell, 10 June, aet. 
past 20. 45 



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ADMISSIONS. 1751. 



135 



(26) Atkinson, Adam, son of William Atkinson, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks, born at Kirkby-Marhamdale ; school, Threshfield 
(Mr Hewit) ; admitted sizar for Mr Burrow, tutor Mr Powell, 10 June, 
aet. 21. 
5 (27) Allen, James, son of Oswald Allen, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Yorks, bom at Gayle ; school, Threshfield (Mr Hewit) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Allen, tutor Mr Powell, 10 June, aet. 17. 

(28) Backhouse, Joseph, son of Richard Backhouse, husband- 
man {agricolae), Cumberland, born at Aketon ; school, Seberham 

lo (Mr Nicholson); admitted sizar for Mr Lipyeatt senior, tutor Mr 
Powell, 13 June, aet. past 18. 

(29) Nairn, Thomas, son of Richard Nairn, Dean of Battel, 
formerly Fellow of the College, Sussex, bom at Battel ; bred there ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Powell, 19 June, aet. 18. 

15 (30) Reynolds, Lawrence, son of G. Reynolds, LL.D. Hunts, 
bom at Buckden ; schools, first Lincoln (Mr Rolt), then Huntingdon 
(Mr Unwin); admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Powell, 24 June, 
aet. 18. 

(31) Petty, James, son of Eustace Petty, farmer {firmarii), 
20 Hunts, bora at Great Paxton ; schools, first Kimbolton (Dr Owen), 

then Huntingdon (Mr Unwin); admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 24 June, aet. 18. 

(32) Taylor, Edward, son of Herbert Taylor, clerk, Kent; 
bred at Ashford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

25 24 June, aet. past 16. 

(33) Scott, Nathaniel, son of Robert Scott, druggist {phar- 
mMCopokie), Norfolk, born at Diss; bred at Wiverston (Mr Stygal); 
admitted sizar for Mr Frampton, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 
26 June, aet. 18. 

30 (34) Unett, Thomas, son of Richard Unett, bookseller {biblio- 
polae), StaflFordshire, bom at StaflFord ; schools, first Brewood (Mr 
Budworth), then Repton (Mr Asteley) ; admitted sizar for Mr Beadon, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 28 June, aet. 19. 

(35) Nelson, Edward, sou of William Nelson, 'tibiaUum merca- 
35 tons,' Yorks, born at Sedbergh ; schools, first Garsdale (Mr Udale) 

then Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; admitted sizar for Mr Langhora, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 28 June, aet. past 20. 

(36) Hutchinson, John, son of John Hutchinson, gentleman, 
Durham, born in Durham ; schools, first Durham (Mr Dongworth), 

40 then Houghton-le-Spring (Mr GriflSth); admitted pensioner, tutor 
Dr Rutherforth, 1 July, aet. 18. 

(37) Bound, John, son of William Round, attorney at law, 
Middlesex, bom in London ; school, Merchant Taylors' (Dr Criche); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety, Dr Rutherforth, 2 July, aet. 

45 past 16. 

(38) Horseman, John, son of James Horseman, clerk, Durham, 
bom in Greatham ; educated by his father ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Dockwray, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 2 July, aet. 17. 



136 ADMISSIONS. 1751 — 52. 

(39) Harwood, Edward, son of Edward Harwood, clerk, Kent, 
born at Erith ; bred at Shrewsbury (Mr Parry); admitted sizar for 
Mr Weston, tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 2 July, aet 18. 

(40) Leightonliouse, William, son of Richard Leightonhouse, 
clerk, Kent, boru in the Isle of Thanet ; school, Canterbury (Mr 5 
Beavoir) ; admitted sizar for Mr Benson, tutor and surety Dr Ruther- 
forth, 2 July, aet. 18. 

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[b. 19 J 

July 1751— July 1752 

Admissiones a Julii 2''° 1751 

(1) Burton, Edmund, son of James Burton, farmer {firmarii), 
Westmorland; bred at Sevenoak, Kent (Mr Holme); admitted sizar, lo 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 25 September, aet. past 14 (see 

6 July 1767. Note in margin). 

(2) Beddall, Dixon, son of Richard Dixon, vintner (oenopoli), 
Middlesex, born in London ; bred at Wellingborough, Northampton- 
shire (Mr Holmes); admitted sizar for Mr Mainwaring, tutor and 15 
surety Mr Powell, 11 October, aet. 16. 

(3) Tod, Joseph, son of David Tod, farmer {Jirmarii), Cumber- 
land, bom at Newbiggen ; bred at Blencow (Mr Richardson) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Murthwaite, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 11 
October, aet. past 19. 20 

(4) Sawkins, James, son of Joseph Sawkins, attorney, Kent, 
boni at Canterbury ; bred there (Mr Beavoir) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Rutherforth, 12 October, aet. 17. 

(5) Northon, John, admitted sizar, 29 May 1751, admitted 
pensioner, 6 November. 25 

(6) Budd, Thomas, Yorks; school Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); 
admitted sizar for Mr .Cardale, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 20 
December. 

(7) Leigh, Egerton, son of Eg. Leigh, clerk, LL.D., Cheshire, 
born at Lymm near Knotsford ; bred at Hereford (Mr Stephens) ; 30 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 26 December, aet 
past 18. 

(8) Bernard, James, son of James Bernard, Somerset, bom at 
Bristol ; bred at Harrow-on-the Hill, Middlesex (Mr Thackeray) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 31 December, aet 35 
past 17. 

1752 

(9) Weymouth, Thomas, Viscount, Middlesex, born in London ; 
bred at Market Street, Bucks (Dr Pitman) ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 10 January, aet past 17. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1752. 137 

(10) Thynne, Honourable Henry Frederick, second son of 
Thomas late Viscount Weymouth, Middlesex, born in London ; bred 
at Market Street, Bucks; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and 
surety Mr Brooke, 10 January, aet. past 16. 
2 (11) Fowle, William Wing, son of John Wing Fowle, 
attorney, Kent, born at Dymchurch ; bred at Canterbury (Mr 
Beavoir); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 31 
January, aet. past 18. 

(12) Woodhouse, William, son of William Woodhouse, clerk, 
10 Cambridgeshire, born at Morden ; bred at Market Street, Hertford- 
shire {sic) (Dr Pitman); admitted sizar for Mr Ashby, tutor and 
surety Mr Brooke, 5 January {sic, aet. past 18. 

(13) Wilson, Henry, youngest son of Matthew Wilson, esquire, 
Yorks, bom at Eshton ; bred at Skipton (Mr Wilkinson) ; admitted 

jr pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 March, aet. 19. 

(14) Bertie, Charles, son of Charles Bertie, Middlesex, bom in 
London; school, Westminster (Dr Nicols); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 12 March, aet 18. 

(15) Fawcet, John, son of John Fawcet, hosier {caligarii), 
20 Yorks, bom at Sedbergh ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); admitted 

sizar for Mr Scales, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 20 March, aet. 
past 19. 

(16) Smith, Thomas, son of John Smith, 'brasiatoris anglic^ 
Maltster,' Wiltshire, born in Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Stone 

25 and Mr Meyler); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 
2 April, aet. 18. 

(17) Fetherstonhaugh, Timothy, only son of Henrj' Fetherston- 
haugh, clerk, Northumberland, bom at Newcastle on Tyne ; bred 
there (Mr Moises) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 

30 6 April, aet. 18. 

(18) Webb, Richard, son of Nathaniel Webb, esquire, Middle- 
sex, born in London; school, Eton (Dr Somner); admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 11 April, aet. past 18. 

(19) Murthwaite, Samuel, son of Peter Murthwaite, clerk, 
35 Cumberland, bom at Gillcross ; bred at St Bees and Cockermouth ; 

admitted sizar for Mr Murthwaite ' et ab eodem examinatus', tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 18 April, aet. past. 19. 

(20) Steele, William, Cumberland, examined by Mr Murth- 
waite, admitted sizar for Mr Cardale, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

40 18 April. 

(21) Boberts, Thomas, son of Eubule Roberts, gentleman, 
Denbighshire, bom at Llanruth ; bred at Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 24 April, aet 
past 17. 

4c (22) Deane, Robert, son of Nicholas Deane, distiller {dutilla- 
toris), Surrey, bom at Dorking; school, Westminster (Dr Nicols); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 1 May, aet 
past 17. 



138 ADMISSIONS, 1752. 

(23) Richardson, John, son of John Richardson, alehouse 
keeper (cervisiarii), Yorks, bom at Kirk Leatham ; bred at Scorton 
(Mr Noble); admitted sizar for Mr Stubbs, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 18 May, aet. past 19. 

(24) Thompson, John, son of John Thompson, clerk, Northum- 5 
berland, born at Newcastle ; bred there (Mr Moyses) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 19 May, aet past 18. 

(25) Humphreys, Thomas, son of Richard Humphreys, school- 
master (ludi magistri), Salop, born at Upton Magna ; school, Shrews- 
bury (Mr Hotchkiss); admitted sizar for Mr Newling, tutor and lo 
surety Mr Brooke, 22 May, aet. 21. 

(26) Raincock, William, son of John Raincock, gentleman, 
Cumberland, born at Penrith ; bred there (Mr Yates) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 June, aet. past 17. 

(27) Frere, Henry, son of John Frere, gentleman, America, 15 
bom in the Island of Barbadoes ; tutor Mr John Rotheram ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 17 June, aet. 
past 19. 

(28) Turner, Henry, son of Bernard Tumer 'musici', Cam- 
bridgeshire, bora in Cambridge; bred there (Mr Sturgeon); 20 
admitted sizar for Mr Grove, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 18 Jime, 
aet past 18. 

(29) Yonge, Vernon, son of Vernon Yonge, gentleman, StaflFord- 
shire, bom in Stafford ; bred at Marre, Staffordshire (Mr Smallwood) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 18 June, aet 25 
past 19. 

(30) Bouse, William, son of Ezekiel Rouse, clerk, Bedfordshire, 
bom at Maiden ; educated by his father at Silsoe ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Loggon, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 23 June, aet past 17. 

(31) Broadbent, William, son of James Broadbent, Yorks, 30 
bom at Leeds ; bred there ; examined by Mr Allen, admitted sizar 
for Mr Barnard senior, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 July, aet. 18. 

(32) Fletcher, Bobert, son of John Fletcher, freeholder (suum 
/undum colentis), Lancashire, bom at Highfield ; bred at Urswick 

in Furaess, examined by Mr Murthwaite, admitted sizar for Mr 35 
Stubbs, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 July, aet 19. 

(33) Beresford, Edward, son of John Beresford, Esquire, of 
Fenney Bentley, Derbyshire ; bred at Bosworth, Leicestershire ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 2 July, aet 18. 

(34) Farhill, George Parker, son of John Farhill, attomey, 40 
Sussex, bom at Chichester ; bred at Amberley (Mr Carleton) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 6 July, aet, past 17. 

(35) Jones, Salisbury, son of John Jones, M.D., Denbighshire, 
born at Galltvaynan ; bred at Heath, Yorks (Mr Doxou) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Ogdeo, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 July, aet. past 16. 45 

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[Admissions in the year - 




ADMISSIONS. 1752—53. 139 

July 1752— July 1753 
Admission es a Julii 13, 1752. 

(1) Torkington, James, son of James Torkington, clerk, Hunts, 
born at Kings Rippon ; bred at Leicester (Mr Andrews) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 13 July, aet. past 19. 

(2) Graham, Thomas Fane Charles, son of Charles Graham, 
clerk, Essex, bom at Southchurch ; bred at Seven-oak ; admitted 

5 sizar for Mr Scales, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 26 September, 
aet. 19. 

(3) Dodd, William, son of John Dodd, husbandman {agricolae), 
Surrey, bom at Burstow ; bred at Seven-oak (Mr Holme) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Mainwaring, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 26 September, 

lo aet. past 17. 

(4) Penn, Bichard, son of Richard Penn, esquire, Middlesex, 
bom in London ; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 13 October, aet. past 18. 

(5) Ashcroft, Thomas, son of John Ashcroft, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
15 bora at Fishtoft ; bred at Oakham, Rutland (Mr Adcock) ; admitted 

pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 27 October, aet. past 16. 

(6) Barrol, William, son of William Barrol, grazier {pecu- 
arii), Herefordshire, bora at Hereford ; bred there (Mr Stevens) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Ross, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 3 October, 

20 aet. past 17. 

1753 

(7) Hatton, Thomas, son of Alexander Hatton, clerk, Salop, 
born at Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Hodgkis) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Ross, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 26 Januarj-, aet. past 17. 

(8) Manifold, Henry, son of William Manifold, husbandman 
25 {agricolae), Staffordshire, bora at Over Cotton near Leeke; bred at 

Manchester (Mr Purnell); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Brooke, 29 January, aet. past 18. 

(9) Bowser, Bichard, son of Thomas Bowser, gentleman, 
Durham, bom at Bishops Auckland ; school, Durham (Mr Dongworth) ; 

30 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 29 January, 
aet. 19. 

(10) Peacock, William, son of Samuel Peacock, gentleman, 
Yorks, born at Dan by; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble); admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 22 Febmary, aet. past 17. 

35 (11) Weddell, Thomas, son of Richard Weddell, esquire, bora 
in York ; bred at Hackney (Dr Newcome) ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 May, aet. past 18. 

(12) Weddell, William, brother of the preceding, born in 
York ; bred at Hackney (Dr Newcome) ; admitted fellow commoner, 

40 tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 May, aet. past 16. 



140 ADMISSIONS. 1753. 

(13) Fenwick, John, son of George Fenwick, clerk, Leicester- 
shire, bom at Hallaton ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 3 May, aet. past 17. 

(14) Griffith, Samuel, son of John Griffith, husbandman 
(agricolae), Cheshire, born at Backford ; bred there (Mr Denson) ; 5 
examined by Mr Massey, admitted sizar for Mr Lindsey, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 2 May, aet past 20. 

(15) Snaith, John, son of John Snaith, clerk, Yorks, born at 
Halsbam ; bred at Beverley (Mr Ward) ; examined by Mr Holme, 
admitted sizar for Mr Lee, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 7 May, aet. lo 
past 18. 

(16) Harding, Robert, son of Robert Harding, clerk, North- 
amptonshire, bom at Potterspury ; bred at Manchester (Mr Puraell) 
3 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 9 May, aet 
past 18. 15 

(17) Thompson, William, son of Thomas Thompson, 'currier,' 
Yorks, bora at Leedes ; bred there (Mr Sedgwick) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 24 May, aet. past 18. 

(18) Clarke, James, son of Paris Clarke, esquire, Northampton- 
shire, bora in Peterborough ; bred there (Mr Mirehouse) ; admitted 20 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 31 May, aet past 19. (See 

31 May, 1756 and 10 February, 1767. Note in margin.) 

(19) Adams, John, son of Samuel Adams, esquire, America, 
born in the Island of Barbadoes ; bred there (Mr Rotheram) ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 1 June, aet 25 
past 19. 

Praedictus loannes Adams admissus est in Collegium Corporis 
Christi Cantab. Octo'"''' 28"°. 1751 et literas testimoniales secum 
adduxit a Magistro et Officiariis ejusdem Collegil signatas, in quibus 
ei venia est concessa ad quodvis aliud Collegium migrandi. 30 

(20) Penfold, James, son of John Penfold, clerk, Sussex, bom 
at Ripe ; bred at Marlborough (Mr Meyler) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Newling, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 June, aet. past 17. 

(21) Wilson, Robert, son of Robert Wilson, clerk, Warwick- 
shire, born at Tam worth ; bred at Winchester (Dr Burton) ; admitted 35 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 4 June, aet 19. 

(22) Newton, Thomas, son of Thomas Newton, husbandman, 
(agricolae), Westmorland, bora at Bampton ; bred there (Mr 
Collinson); admitted sizar for Mr Mainwaring, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 13 June, aet past 21. 40 

(23) Evatt, John, son of Robert Evatt, surgeon, Essex, bora 
at Dedham ; bred there (Mr Grimwood) ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 15 June, aet past 21. 

(24) Morris, Charles, youngest son of Roger Morris, " Archi- 
tecti (Anglice, Master Builder to the office of Ordnance)," Middlesex, 45 
born in London; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 19 June, aet past 17. 

(25) Webster, William, son of Joseph Webster, husbandman. 



ADMISSIONS. 1753 — 54. 141 

{agricolae), Derbyshire, bom at Chesterfield ; bred there (Mr Burrow 
and Mr Saunders) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 27 June, aet. 20. 

(26) Taylor, Zachary, son of Thomas Taylor, clerk, Middlesex, 
5 bom in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 28 June, aet. past 14. 

(27) Baskett, William, son of Samuel Baskett, clerk, Dorset- 
shire, born at Ower ; bred at Abby-Milton ; examined by Mr Basket, 
admitted sizar for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 28 June, 

lo aet. 16. 

(28) Green, William, son of William Green, schoolmaster 
{liidi magistri), Kent, bom at Shoreham ; bred at Sutton (Mr 
Hardy) ; examined by Mr Barnard senior, admitted sizar for Mr Lee, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 29 June, aet. past 15. 

rl c. 3 ^ 

15 [Admissions in the year J p. 13 v 28.] 

12 ) 

July 1753 — July 1754 

Admissi a Julii 6*^ 1753. 

(1) Torkington, Philip, son of James Torkington, clerk, Hunts, 
bom at Kings Ripton; bred at Oakham (Mr Powell); examined by 
Mr Basket, admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 28 
September, aet. 19. 
20 (2) Harris, Thomas, son of Thomas Harris, ' planter', America, 
bom in the Island of Barbadoes ; bred there (Mr Carter) ; ad- 
mitted sizar for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 October, 
aet. 23. 

(3) Sutcliffe, Richard, Yorks; bred at Hallifax (Mr Holds- 
25 worth); examined by Dr Ogden, admitted sizar for the same, tutor 

and surety Mr Powell, aet. 30 ' circiter.' 

(4) Milles, Richard, son of Christopher Milles, esquire, Kent, 
born at Nackington ; school, Westminster (Dr Nichols and Dr Mark- 
ham) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 27 

30 October, aet. past 18. 

(5) Lovell, Edward, son of Edward Lovell, A.M. of this College, 
Middlesex, bom in London ; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 November, aet. past 16. 

(6) Gilmour, Sir Alexander, baronet, only son of Sir Charles 
35 Gilmour of Craigmiller, Midlothian, Scotland ; private tutor Mr 

Brooke; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
16 November, aet. 16. 

1754 

(7) Home, John, son of John Home, poulterer (ptdlarii), 
Middlesex, bom in London ; school, Eton (Dr Somner) ; admitted sizar 

40 for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 January aet. 18. 



148 ADMISSIONS. 1754. 

(8) Povargue, Stephen, son of Stephen Fovargue, esquire, 
Cambridgeshire, bom at French-Drove in the Isle of Ely ; bred at 
Peterborough (Mr Mirehouse) ; admitted sizar for Mr Burne, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 30 January, aet. 18. 

(9) Thompson, William, Yorks, 'qui olim examinatus et ad- 5 
missus discessit,' admitted sizar for Mr Lee, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 1 February. 

(10) Inman, Thomas, son of William Inman, freeholder (suum 
fundum colentis), Yorks, bom at Garsdale ; school, Sedbergh (Mr 
Bateman); admitted sizar, tutor and stirety Mr Powell, 1 February, 10 
aet 16. 

(11) Houblon, James, son of James Houblon, esquire, Essex, 
bora at Hallingbury place ; bred first at Market Street (Dr Pitman), 
then at Harrow, Middlesex (Dr Thackeray); admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Lipyeatt, 2 February, aet. past 17, 15 

(12) Bennet, James, son of James Beunet, schoolmaster (ludi 
magistri), Herts, born at Hoddesdon ; bred at Marlborough ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 7 March, aet 19. 

(13) Williams, William, son of William Williams, attorney at 
law, Pembrokeshire, born at Tenbury ; educated there privately 20 
(Mr Holcombe) ; examined and approved by Mr Holcombe, admitted 
sizar for Mr Frampton, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 16 March, 
aet 17. 

(14) Ourry, John, son of William Curry, freeholder {suum 
fundum colentis), Cheshire, bom at Eastham ; school, Sedbergh 25 
(Mr Bateman) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 30 March, 
aet 18. 

Admitted pensioner, 24 April. 

(15) Bingham, James, son of John Bingham, ' minutamm rerum 
mercatoris,' Derbyshire, bora at Derby ; schools, first Derby (Mr 30 
Almond), then at Heath, Yorks; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 24 April, aet. 18. 

(16) Beadon, Richard, son of Robert Beadon, freeholder {suum 
fundum colentis), Devonshire, born at Oakford ; bred at Bampton 
(Mr Wood); examined and approved by Mr Murthwaite, admitted 35 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 30 April. 

(17) Tong, Francis, son of John Tong, chapman (cauponis), 
Yorks, born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Johnston, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 2 May, aet 19. 

(18) Edwards, Walter, son of Thomas Edwards, Hereford- 40 
shire, bom in Hereford ; bred there (Mr Stephens) ; examined and 
approved by Dominus Cam, admitted sizar for Mr Ross, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 11 May, aet 18. 

(19) Sedgwick, Hunter, son of Philip Sedgwick, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire ; bred at Stamford (Mr Reid) ; admitted sizar for Mr Fairfax, 45 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 22 May, aet. 17. 

(20) Parker, John, son of William Parker, attomey at law, 
Northamptonshire, bom in Peterborough; bred at Grantham, 



ADMISSIONS. 1754. 143 

Lincolnshire (Mr Bacon); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 29 May, aet. 17. 

(21) Bertie, Chaxles, admitted pensioner on 12 March, 1752, 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 31 May. 
5 (22) Mayhew, William, son of William Mayhew, attorney at 
law, Essex, born at Colchester; bred there (Mr Smythies); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 11 June, aet. 17. 

(23) Smythies, Yorick, son of William Smythies, surgeon, 
Essex, bom in Colchester; bred there (Mr Smythies); admitted 

lo pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 11 June, aet. 18. 

(24) Brome, Richard, son of Richard Brome, clerk, SuflFolk, 
bom at Ipswich ; bred at Dedham (Mr Grim wood); admitted sizar 
for Mr Frampton, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 June, aet. 17. 

(25) Allott, John, son of Robert AUott, clerk, Yorks, bom at 
15 South Kirby ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); admitted pensioner, 

tutor and surety Mr Powell, 19 June, aet. 18. 

(26) Seymour, Christopher, son of John Seymour, gentleman, 
Yorks, bom at Pocklington ; schools, Pocklington (Mr Birbeck), then 
Wakefield (Mr Clarke) ; admitted sizar for Mr Allen, tutor and surety 

20 Mr Powell, 20 June, aet. past 20. 

(27) Henvill, James, son of William Henvill, gentleman, 
Dorset, bora at Hey don ; bred at Winbora (Mr Butt); admitted 
sizar for Mr Baskett, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 22 June, aet. 17. 

(28) Feme, William, son of Richard Feme * threadmaker,' 
25 StaflFordshire, born at Leek ; bred at Dillon (Mr Slade) ; examined 

and approved by Mr Cardale, admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Powell, 24 June, aet 18. 

(29) Rowe, John, son of William Rowe, vintner (vinarii), 
Devonshire, bora at Tavistock ; bred there ; examined and approved 

30 by Dr Prime, admitted sizar for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 26 June, aet. 16. 

(30) Barker, Robert, son of Thomas Barker, gentleman, Derby- 
shire, born at Bakewell ; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Saunders) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 27 June, aet. 18. 

35 (31) Ross, Charles, son of George Ross, esquire, Middlesex, 
bom in London ; educated first privately at Chiswick (Mr Black), 
then at Edinburgh under Mr Robinson, Hebrew Professor in the 
University there, for four years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Brooke, 29 June, aet. 16. 

40 (32) Murray, Hon. Charles, second son of William, earl of 
Dunmore, Scotland, born in the county of Perth ; bred at Chiswick 
(Mr Black); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 29 
Jime, aet. 18. 

(33) Shaw, Stabbing, son of John Shaw 'minutamm rerum 
45 mercatoris,' StaflFordshire, born at Stone ; bred at Repton (Mr 

Astley); examined and approved by Mr Lindsey, admitted sizar 
for Mr Frampton, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 1 July, aet 17. 

(34) Hutchinson, John, son of James Hutchinson, gardener. 



144 ADMISSIONS. 1754. 

{hortulani), Leicestershire, born at Packington; bred at Repton 
(Mr Astloy); examined and approved by Mr Lindaey, admitted 
sizar for Mr Ashby, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 1 July, aet. 19. 

(35) HutcMnson, Thomas, son of Joshua Hutchinson, ' maltster,' 
Westmorland, bom at Hertley near Kirby Stephen ; school, Sed- 
bergh (Mr Bateman) 3 years and more; admitted sizar for Mr 
Robinson, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, July. 

(36) Bamshaw, Richard, Yorks, examined and approved by 
Mr Tenant, admitted sizar for Mr Barnard, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 4 July. 

(37) Focklington, Christopher, son of Christopher Pockling- 
ton, ' Rear Admiral,' Ireland, bom in Dublin ; bred at Chelsea (Mr 
Rothery) ; examined and approved by Mr Totton, admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 July, aet. 17. 

[Admissions from 6 July J ,ol 071 ^^ 

1763 to 6 July 1764 ^"^ ^^^ '^^ 



July 1754 — July 1755 
Admissi a Julii 5*° 1754 

(1) Bateman, Thomas, Lancashire, examined and approved by 
Mr Bateman, admitted sizar for Mr Cardale, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 12 September. 

(2) Murray, Hon. Charles, admitted pensioner, 29 June, 1754, 20 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 21 
October. 

(3) Shan, Lawson, son of John Shan, clerk, Buckinghamshire, 
bom at Chichley ; bred at Oakham (Mr Adcock) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Morris, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 5 November, aet. 20. 25 

(4) DnfEi Hon. Lewis, fourth son of William DuflF, Baron 
Braco, Scotland, bom in Banf ; privately educated at home by Mr 
Abel ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 14 
November, aet. 16. 

(5) Bateson, Robert, son of Robert Devereux Bateson, esquire, 30 
Gloucestershire, bom at Borton on the Hill ; school, Westminster (Dr 
Nichols) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 Novem- 
ber, aet 21. 

University College Oxford, 14 November 1754. 
This is to certify whom it may concern that We whose names are 35 
hereunto subscribed have no objection to Mr Robert Bateson's re- 
moving from this College where he was admitted, to any College in 
the University of Cambridge as witness oar hands 

J. Browne, Master 

Thos. Nelson, Fellow 40 

Tho. Forster, Fellow 

J. Betts, Fellow 

John Coulson, Fellow 



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ADMISSIONS. 1754 — 1755. 145 

(6) Holland, Rogers, son of R. Holland, esquire, Wiltshire; 
boru at Chippenham ; bred at Urchfont, (Mr Gibbes and Mr 
Jacques); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 4 
December, aet. IS. 
5 (7) Jephson, Thomas, son of William Jephson, clerk, Surrey ; 
born at Camberwell ; educated by his father there ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 10 December, aet. 15. 

(8) Sarraude, John, A.B. of Oriel College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 December. 

1755 

lo (9) Holford, Stayner, eldest son of Robert Holford, esquire, 
lately Master in Chancery {Cancellariae non ita pridem Magistri); 
school, Eton (Mr Barnard, fellow of the College) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 9 January, aet. 17. 

(10) Drake, Samuel, son of S. Drake, D.D., formerly senior 
1 5 fellow of the College, Yorks ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); examined 

and approved by Mr Tenant, admitted sizar for Mr Barnard senior, 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 10 January. 

(11) Dowbiggin, Robert, son of Thomas Dowbiggin, clerk, 
Yorks; born at Hutton Cranswick ; bred at Beverley; examined and 

20 approved by Mr Holme, admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 10 January, aet. 18. 

(12) Dade, Thomas, son of T. Dade, clerk, Yorks; bom at 
Scampston; bred at Wakefield; examined and approved by Mr 
Holme, admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 January, 

25 aet. 18. 

(13) Bertie, Mountague, son of Charles Bertie, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; bom in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Markham) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 February, aet. 17. 

(14) Hosken, John, son of Anthony Hosken, clerk, Comwall ; 
30 born at Bodmyn ; bred there (Mr Fisher) ; examined and approved 

by Dr Prime, admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
5 February. 

(15) Massey, Millington, son of George Massey, gentleman, 
Cheshire ; born at Dunham ; bred at Manchester (Mr Pumell) ; 

35 examined and approved by Dr Ogden ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 1 March, aet. 19. 

(16) Hewett, Richard, son of Robert Hewett, clerk, Yorks; 
born at Thornton; school, Pocklington (Mr Robinson and Mr Bur- 
beck) ; admitted sizar for Mr Robinson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

40 14 March, aet. 19. 

(17) Bunce, Whaler, son of John Bunco, clerk, Kent; bom at 
Stackington ; school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined and ap- 
proved by Dr Tunstall; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 25 April, aet. 18. 

45 (18) Friend, Henry, son of George Friend, gentleman, Kent; 

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146 ADMISSIONS. 1755. 

born at Burchington in the Isle of Thanet ; school, Canterbury (Mr 
Beauvoir); examined and approved by Mr Tunstall, tutor and surety 
Dr Brooke, 25 April, act 18. 

(19) Thompson, Henry, son of Thompson, esquire, Kent ; 
bom at Petham ; school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir); examined and 5 
approved by Dr Tunstall; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 25 April, act. 19. 

(20) Robinson, William, son of William Robinson, tailor {guto- 
rii vestiarii), Yorks; bom at Elland; bred at Rusworth (Mr 
Learoyd); admitted sizar for Mr Jephson, tutor and surety Mr 10 
Powell, 8 May, aet 22. 

(21) Jauncey, Tyge, son of John Jauncey, gentleman, Middle- 
sex ; bom in London ; school, Charterhouse (Mr Cmsius) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 16 May, aet 19. 

(22) Stevenson, William, son of David Stevenson, gentleman, 15 
Bucks; school, Eton (Mr Barnard); admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 20 May, aet, 20. 

(23) Moseley, William, son of Thomas Moseley, gentleman, 
Kent; born at Eltham; school, Bury (Mr Garnham); admitted 
fellow-commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 27 May, aet. 19. 20 

(24) Chelsum, James, son of James Chelsum, gentleman, Mid- 
dlesex ; bom in London ; school, Westminster ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Totton ; admitted sizar for Mr Skynner, tutor Dr 
Brooke, 28 May, aet. 18. 

(25) Jolinson, Robert, son of William Johnson, clerk, Yorks ; 25 
born at Mitton ; bred at Salford (Mr Clayton); admitted sizar for 
Mr Morris, tutor Mr Powell, 31 May, aet. 19. 

(26) Brathwaite, Regnald, son of Gawen Brathwaite, Lanca- 
shire ; born at Brathey ; bred at Ambleside (Mr Knipe); examined 
and approved by Mr Scales ; admitted sizar for Mr Scales, tutor Mr 30 
Powell, 31 May. 

(27) Wheeldon, John, son of William Wheeldon, 'pauperis,' 
StaflFordshire ; bred at Burton-on-Trent (Mr Jackson) ; admitted 
sizar for Mr Frampton, tutor Dr Brooke, 2 June, aet. 20. 

(28) D'Aranda, Peter, son of Beivjamin D'Aranda, clerk, Surrey ; 35 
bora at Petersham ; bred at Kingston-on-Thames (Mr Woodson) ; 
examined and approved by Mr Barnard senior ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor Mr Powell, 12 June, aet. 18. 

(29) Fairclough, William, son of William Fairclough, husband- 
man {agricolae), Westmorland ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); 40 
examined and approved by Mr Tennant; admitted sizar for Mr 
Allen, tutor Mr Powell, 1 2 June. 

(30) Reynolds, George, son of G. Reynolds, LL.D., Hunts; 
bom at Buckden ; schools, first Lincoln (Mr Rolte), then Huntingdon 
(Mr Unwin); admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Powell, 14 June, aet 18. 45 

(31) Plucknett, William, son of Charles Pluck nett, clerk, 
Somerset ; born at Cherriton ; school, Marlborough (Mr Malon) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Brooke, 16 June, aet 17. 



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147 



(32) Walker, AUin, son of A. Walker " automatarii fabri (watch- 
maker)," Holland ; born at Amsterdam ; bred there at first and 
afterwards for two years at Kew, Surrey (Mr Rose) ; admitted sizar 
for Mr Cardale, tutor Mr Powell, 16 June, aet. 16. 
5 (33) Fisher, John, son of John Fisher, physician (medici), Essex ; 
bom at Harlow ; school, Bishop Stortford (Mr Mall and then Mr 
Hazeland); admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Powell, 27 June, aet. 17. 

(34) Philips, Owen, A.B. of BaUiol College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor Dr Brooke, 27 June, 
lo (35) Slade, William, A.B. of Wadham College, Oxford; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Brooke, 28 June. 
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July 1755— July 1756 



Admissi a 4*^ die Julii 1755 

(1) Heath, George, son of John Heath, gentleman, Yorks; bom 
at Whitby; school, Beverley (Mr Ward); examined and approved by 

15 Mr Holme; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 19 July, 
aet 18. 

(2) Bosenhagen, Philip, son of Amold Rosenhagen, gentleman, 
Middlesex ; bora at Isleworth ; school, St Paul's (Mr Thickness) ; 
admitted sizar for Mr Barnard senior, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 

20 20 October, aet. 18, 

(3) Hargrave, William, son of James Hargrave, gentleman, 
Northumberland ; born at Shawdon ; school, Durham (Mr Dong- 
worth); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 16 Decem- 
ber, aet 20. 

1756 

25 (4) Booth, Charles, son of C. Booth, gentleman, Kent ; born at 
Marden ; school, Tunbridge (Mr Cawthorne) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 15 January, aet. 20, 

(5) Bowse, Ezekiel, son of E. Rowse, clerk, Bedfordshire ; bom 
at Maiden ; bred by his father at Silsoe ; admitted sizar for Mr 

30 Frampton, tutor Dr Brooke, 3 February, aet. 18. 

(6) Bugg, Whaley, Notts ; born at Southwell ; bred there by 
his father; examined and approved by Mr Twells; admitted sizar 
for Mr Twells, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 4 February. 

(7) Adderton, Samuel, son of Hill Adderton, esquire, Salop; 
35 bom at Preston; bred first at Manchester (Mr Clayton), then at 

Wem (Mr Prythyrch) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 20 February, aet. 18. 

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148 ADMISSIONS. 1756. 

(8) Webster, William Theophilus Mountjoy, son of Robert 
Webster, clerk, Berkshire; born at Soutliwell; school, Canterbury 
(Mr Beauvoir); examined and approved by Mr Beauvoir ('ab eo- 
dem'), admitted sizar for Mr Grove, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
28 February. 5 

(9) Liddiard, William, son of ' G.' (William ?) Liddiard, gentle- 
man, Wiltshire ; bom in Marlborough ; bred there (Mr Naylor) and 
afterwards at Winchester (Dr Burton); admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr I*o\vell, 18 March, aet. 18. 

(10) Houghton, Richard, son of Richard Houghton, merchant, lo 
Lancashire; born at Winwick; bred at Manchester (Mr Clayton); 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 March, 
aet. 23. 

(11) Allot, Bryan, son of B. Allot, clerk, Yorks; born at York ; 
bred at Wakefield (Mr Clarke) ; examined and approved by Mr Robin- 1 5 
son, admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 31 March, aet. 
19. 

(12) Usticke, William, son of ' G.' (William Usticke, attorney 
at law, Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Harrow (Dr Thackeray); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 April, aet. 19. 20 

(13) Smith, G-eorge, son of John Smith, clerk, Surrey ; bom at 
Soiithwark; bred there (Mr Davies); examined and approved 
by Mr Cradocke ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
5 April, aet. 18. 

(14) Clarke, James; admitted pensioner, 31 May, 1753; is 25 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 4 May, 

(v. 10 Febr'. 1766. note in margin.) 

(15) Machell, John, son of James Machell, gentleman, Lanca- 
shire; born at Hollow Oak near Ulverston; bred at Hodsten 
(Hoddesdon), Hertfordshire (Mr Bennet;; admitted fellow com- 30 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 10 May, aet 19. 

( 1 6) Whitchurch, William, son of ' G.' ( W illiam ?) Whitchurch, 
attorney at law, Somersetshire; borne at Frome; bred at Harrow 
on the Hill, Middlesex (Dr Thackeray); examined and approved 
by Dr Cradocke ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 35 
20 May, aet. 18. 

(17) Ksrffen, Thomas, son of T. KyflFen, esquire, Camarvonshire; 
born at .Maenan ; bred at Ruthyn (Mr Hughes) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Jones; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 26 May. 40 

(18) Wadeson, Bichard, son of Richard Wadeson, husbandman 
(agricolae), Westmorland ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; ex- 
amined and approved by him ; admitted sizar for Mr £llis, tutor 
and surety Mr Powell, 26 May. 

(19) Underwood, John, son of John Underwood, gentleman, 45 
Northamptonshire ; bom at Wellingborough ; bred there (Mr 
Holmes) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 5 June, 
aet. 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 1756. 149 

(20) Joy, Thomas, Yorks ; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble) ; 
examined and approved by Mr Tennant; admitted sizar for Mr 
Johnson, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 5 June. 

(21) Griffith, Joseph, son of William Griffith, gentleman, 
5 Middlesex, born in London; bred at Hampstead (Dr Cox); ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 8 June, aet 17. 

(22) Evans, James, son of J. Evans, clerk, Kent ; school, Can- 
terbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined and approved by him; admitted 
sizar for Mr Grove, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 14 June. 

lo (23) Bransby, James, son of J. Bransby, attorney at law, Nor- 
folk; born at Shotisham; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); examined and 
approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
16 June, aet. 18. 

(24) Dixie, Beaumont, son of B. Dixie, clerk, Leicestershire; 
15 born at Bos worth; bred at Repton (Mr Asteley); examined and 

approved by Mr Newling ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 16 June, 

(25) Peacocke, Aungier, son of George Peacocke, clerk, Cam- 
bridgeshire; bom at Stretham ; bred at Wisbech (Mr Clarkson), then 

20 at Hawstead, Norfolk (Mr Parr); admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Powell, 16 June, aet. 

(26) Brooke, William, son of John Brooke, clerk, Norfolk; 
bom at Norwich ; bred at Hesnet (Hemel ?) Hempstead, Herts 
(Dr Stirling) ; examined and approved by Dr Cradock ; admitted 

25 sizar for Mr Beadon, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 19 June, aet. 19. 

(27) Tighe, William, son of 'G.' (William?) Tighe, esquire, 
Ireland ; bom in Dublin ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; examined and 
approved by him ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 28 June. 

30 (28) Thackeray, Frederick, son of Thomas Thackeray, D.D., 
Essex; bom at Heydon; school, Harrow (his father); examined and 
approved by Mr Gisborne; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Powell, 1 July, aet 20. 

(29) G«ldart, John, Lancashire ; bora at Eskrigg ; school, Sed- 
35 bergh (Mr Bateman); examined and approved by Mr Tennant; 

admitted sizar for Mr Morris, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 2 July. 

(30) Mason, George, Yorks ; born at Dent ; school, Sedbergh 
(Mr Bateman) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Craven, tutor and surety Mr Powell, 2 July, aet. 20. 

40 (31) Bolton, Thomas, son of T. Bolton, clerk, Suffolk; bom at 
Coddenham ; school, Manchester (Mr Purnell) ; admitted sizar for 
Mr Johnson, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 6 July, aet 21. 
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160 admissions. 1756 — 1757. 

July 1756— July 1757 
Admissiones a nono die Julii 1756 

(1) Focklington, Christopher, admitted pensioner, 5 July, 
1756; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
29 September. 

(2) Atherton, John, son of J. Atherton, esquire, Lancashire ; 
born at Liverpool ; bred at Macclesfield, Cheshire (Mr Atkinson) ; 5 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 19 October, 
aet. 18. 

(3) Oddie, William, son of Christopher Oddie, husbandman, 
{agricolae), Yorks ; born at Sladborn ; bred at Threshfield (Mr 
Hewitt); admitted sizar for Mr Barnard, tutor and surety Dr Powell, lo 
19 October, aet. 19. 

(4) Naylor, Christopher, son of — Naylor, farrier (veterinarii), 
Yorks ; born at Grinton near Richmond ; school, Canterbury (Mr 
Beauvoir) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted sizar for Mr 
Grove, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 26 October, aet. 18. 15 

(5) Constable, Thomas, son of Mannaduke Constable, esquire, 
Yorks ; born at Beverley ; bred there (Mr Ward) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Holme ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Powell, 1 November, aet. 1 9. 

(6) Lowten, Timothy, son of T. Lowten, attorney at law, Che- 20 
shire ; born at Dunham ; school, Manchester (Mr Purnell) : admitted 
sizar for Mr Ludlam, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 4 November, aet. 
17. 

(7) Holland, Rogers, admitted pensioner on 4 December, 1754; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 December. 2 5 

1757 

(8) Houblon, John, son of James Houblon, esquire, Essex ; bom 
atHallingbury; school, Harrow (Dr Thackeray) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Powel), 2 February, aet. 17. 

(9) Whitear, William, son of 'G.' (William?) Whitear, school- 
master {ludi magistri), Hampshire ; born at Froxfield ; bred at 30 
Marlborough (Mr Mayler); admitted sizar for Mr Morris, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 28 March, aet. 19. 

(10) Houlston, Thomas, Salop; school, Shrewsbury (Mr New- 
ling); examined and approved by Mr Wingfield ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 April. 35 

(11) Duke, Thomas, son of William Duke, ' iuristi,' America ; 
born in Barbadoes ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Newling) ; examined 
and approved by Mr Wingfield ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 12 April. 

(12) Moseley, Richard, son of Thomas Moseley, esquire, Kent; 40 
born at Eltham ; school. Bury (Mr Garnham) ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Frampton ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 19 April, aet. 18. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1757. 151 

(1,3) Morris, Charles, A.B., admitted pensioner, 19 July, 1753; 
is admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 19 April. 

(14) Cripps, Thomas, son of Francis Cripps, esquire, Yorks ; 
born at Doncaster ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; examined and 

5 approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 
19 April, aet 19. 

(15) Robinson, Stapylton, son of Thomas Robinson, clerk, 
Richmondshire ; born at Wycliflfe ; bred at Scorton (Mr Noble) ; 
examined and approved by Dr Fogg; admitted fellow commoner, 

lo tutor and surety Dr Powell, 9 May, aet. 17. 

(16) Dabbs, John, son of — Dabbs, grazier (pecttarii), War- 
wickshire ; born at Seckington ; bred at Repton (Mr Astley) ; ex- 
amined and approved by Mr Cardale ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 10 May, aet. 18. 

15 (17) Thomas, Edward, son of Isaac Thomas, esquire, America ; 
born in the Island of St Christopher ; bred at Chelsea (Mr Allen) ; 
examined and approved by Dr Cradocke ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 18 May, aet. 19. 

(18) Dobbs, John, Lincolnshire; bom at Bucknall; bred at 
20 Wakefield (Mr Clarke); examined and approved by Mr Carr;. ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 June, aet. 19. 

(19) Loggon, George, son of G. Loggon, freeholder {suum fun- 
dum colentis), Herefordshire ; born at Colwall ; bred at Hereford 
(Mr Stephens) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

25 14 June, aet. 19. 

(20) Hasell, William, son of Christopher Hasell, gentleman, 
Kent ; born at Sturry ; school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined 
and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 20 June, aet. 20. 

30 (21) Edmonds, George James, son of James Edmonds, ' centu- 
rionis,' Hunts. ; born at Hemingford Grey ; school, Huntingdon (Mr 
Unwin); examined and approved by Mr Clarke; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 22 June, aet. 17. 

(22) Belcher, Stringer, son of Samuel Belcher, gentleman, 
35 Kent; born at Utcomb ; bred at Ashford (Mr Barret); examined 

and approved by Dr Tunstall ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Powell, 28 June, aet. 17. 

(23) King, John, Yorks ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; ex- 
amined and approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 

40 Powell, 28 June. 

(24) Bullock, William, StaflFordshire ; examined and approved 
by Mr Bullock ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 8 July. 

(25) Sedgwick, Richard, Kent ; examined and approved by 
Mr Ellis ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 8 July. 

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152 ADMISSIONS. 1757 — 1758. 

July 1757— July 1758 

Admissi ab octavo die Julii 1757 

(1) Butcher, James, son of J. Butcher, esquire, America ; born 
in the Island of Barbadoes ; bred under Mr Wharton ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 August, aet. 19. 

(2) Carr, Colston, son of Robert Carr, clerk, Middlesex; bom 
at Twickenham ; school, St Paul's (Mr Thickness) ; admitted sizar, 5 
tutor and surety Mr Powell, 1 October, aet. 17. 

(3) Williams, Tlloma,s, son of Jenkin Williams, clerk, Glamor- 
ganshire; school, St Paul's (Mr Thickness) ; examined and approved 
by Dr Taylor; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

22 December, aet. 16. 10 

1758 

(4) Panton, Hugli, Middlesex ; school, Westminster (Dr Mark- 
ham) ; examined and approved by Dr Taylor ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 9 February. 

(5) Fielding, James, son of — Fielding, gentleman, Middlesex ; 
school, Harrow (Dr Thackeray); examined and approved by Mr 15 
Jephson ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 

14 February, aet. 18. 

(6) Bedford, Thomas, son of William Bedford, clerk, Bedford- 
shire ; born in Bedford ; school, Winchester (Dr Burton) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 14 February, aet. 18. 20 

(7) Orindall, Simon, son of S. Grindall, gentleman, Yorks ; 
born at Muston ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward); admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Powell, 15 March, aet, 19. 

(8) Grimwood, Thomas Lechmere, son of — Grimwood, clerk, 
Essex ; born at Dedham ; bred there by his father ; examined and 25 
approved by Mr Stephens ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Powell, 16 March. 

(9) Ainsworth, Henry, son of Richard Ainsworth, husbandman 
{agricolae), Lancashire ; born at Gorton ; school, Manchester (Mr 
Purnell) ; examined and approved by Dr Ogden ; admitted sizar, 3° 
tutor and surety Dr Powell, 16 March. 

(10) Carver, John, son of Marmaduke Carver, esquire, Yorks ; 
school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined and approved by him ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 April, 
aet. 18. ' 35 

(11) Meyrick, Owen Lewis, son of Richard Meyrick, M.D., 
Middlesex ; school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined and ap- 
proved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
3 April, aet. 18. 

(12) Michell, Richard, son of John Michell, butcher {lardi), 40 
Sussex ; bom at Portslade ; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Cawthorne) ; ex- 
amined and approved by Dr Burton ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 3 April, aet. 21. 



ADMISSIONS, 1758. ' 153 

(13) Turner, Baptist Noel, son of — Turner, clerk, Rutland; 
born at Wing ; bred at Oakham (Mr Powell) ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Tyson ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
8 April. 
5 (14) Beresford, William, son of John Beresford, Derbyshire, 
gentleman ; born at Ashborne ; bred at Bosworth, Leicestershire 
(Mr Slade); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
10 May, aet. 19. 

(15) Potts, Thomas, son of — Potts, clerk, Lancashire ; born 
lo at Ormskirk ; bred at Macclesfield ; examined and approved by Mr 

Massey ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 May. 

(16) Moseley, Bicliard, Yorks; school, PockUngton (Mr 
Basket) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 22 May. 

15 (17) Digby, Joseph, son of J. Digby, clerk, Rutland; born at 
Thistleton ; bred at Uppingham (Mr Knapp) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 31 May, aet. 17. 

(18) Drake, Edward Holwell, A.B. of Balliol College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 24 June. 

20 (19) Roberts, John, A.B. of Brasenose College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 29 June. 

(20) Crofts, Richard, son of William Crofts, esquire, SuflFolk ; 
school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; examined and approved by him ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 3 July. 

25 (21) Roberts, James, son of John Roberts, Yorks; bom at 
Height ; bred at Threshfield ; examined and approved by Mr Ten- 
nant ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 3 July. 

(22) Forster, William, Yorks; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bate- 
man) and Threshfield ; examined and approved by Dr Fogg ; ad- 

30 mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 3 July. 

(23) Keck, Anthony James, son of A. J. Keck, esquire, 
Middlesex; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); examined and approved 
by him ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
5 July. 

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July 1758— July 1759 

Admissi a 7mo die Julii 1758 

(1) Boughton, James, son of Thomas Boughton, attorney at 
law, Northamptonshire; born at Cliff; schools, Westminster and 
Oakham ; examined and approved by Dr Powell ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 22 July. 
40 (2) Johnson, Samuel, son of — Johnson, schoolmaster (ludi 
magistri), Salop ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Newling) ; examined and 



154 ADMISSIONS. 1758 — 1759. 

approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

2 August. 

(3) Dinsdale, Q-eorge, Richmond shire ; bred at Scorton (Mr 
Noble) ; examined and approved by Mr Tennant ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Powell, 31 August. 5 

(4) Holgate, George, son of G. Holgate, banker (negotiatoris), 
Middlesex; born in London; school, Westminster (Dr Markham); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 23 October, aet 18. 

(5) G-rifB.tli, Richard ; Middlesex ; examined and approved 
by Mr Morris; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 10 

3 November. 

(6) Hall, William, Northumberland ; examined and approved 
by Dr Brown ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 
3 November. 

(7) Robinson, Peter, son of Robert Robinson, clerk, Stafford- 1 5 
shire ; born at Sheen ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 November, aet. 20. 

1759 

(8) Wyke, Anthony, son of William Wyke, gentleman, 
America ; born in Montserrat ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 13 January, aet. 19. 20 

(9) KyflFen, Thomas; admitted pensioner, 26 May 1756; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 21 January. 

(10) Oayley, John, son of J. Cayley, clerk, Yorks; born at 
Brompton ; schools, Beverley (Mr Ward), Marlborough (Mr Malon) ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 6 February, aet. 18. 25 

(11) Underwood, John, admitted pensioner, 5 June, 1756; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 7 February. 

(12) Wainman, William, son of Richard Wainman, gentleman, 
Yorks ; born at Bradford ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutors and sureties Dr Powell and Mr Allen, 20 February, 30 
aet. 19. 

(13) Wainman, Richard, aet. 18 ; otherwise the same as his 
brother. 

(14) Jones, Evan, A.B. of Je-sus College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 14 March. 35 

(15) Stapylton, Henry, son of H. Stapylton, esquire, Yorks ; 
bom at Dunscroft ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 20 March, aet. 18. 

(16) Ball, David, son of Jonathan Ball, Yorks ; born at Royston ; 
bred at Rishworth (Mr Learoyd) ; examined and approved by Dr 40 
Tunstall ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 20 March. 

(17) Rugg, John, A.B. of Balliol College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 21 March. 

(18) Sedgwick, Richard, admitted sizar, 8 July, 1757 ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 28 March. 45 



ADMISSIONS. 1759. 155 

(19) Wilson, William, sou of Thomas Wilson, druggist {phar- 
macopolae), Yorks ; born at Beverley ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; 
examined and approved by Mr Holme ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 31 March, aet. 18. 
5 (20) Dade, William, son of Thomas Dade, clerk, Yorks ; born 
at Scampston ; bred at Hackney (Mr Newcomb) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Jephson ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Powell, 12 April. 

(21) Grilbank, William, son of Thomas Gilbank, verger {vir- 
lo gar it), Yorks; born at York; school, Pocklington (Mr Basket); 

examined and approved by Mr Robinson ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 19 April, aet. 19. 

(22) Hill, Samuel, son of Thomas Hill, esquire, Middlesex ; 
bom in London ; privately educated by Mr Fletcher ; admitted fellow 

15 commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 April, aet. 16. 

(23) Hill, Noel, son of Thomas Hill, esquire, Middlesex ; born 
in London ; privately educated by Mr Fletcher ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 April, aet. 14. 

(24) Wilson, Jolin, son of — Wilson, clerk, Rutland ; bred by 
20 his father ; examined and approved by Mr Reid ; admitted sizar, 

tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 7 May. 

(25) Ferris, Thomas, sou of Francis Ferris, hosier {caligarii) ; 
born in London ; school. Charterhouse ; examined and approved by Mr 
Gunning; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 22 May, aet. 18. 

25 (26) Atkinson, Cliristopher, Lancashire; school, Sedbergh; 
examined and approved by Mr Bacon ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 29 May, aet. 24. 

(27) Pritchett, Richard, son of Delabere Pritchett, clerk, Pem- 
brokeshire ; born at St David's {Meneviae) ; school, Marlborough ; 

30 examined and approved by Mr Frampton senior; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 31 May, aet. 17- 

(28) Dudley, Edward, Leicestershire ; examined and approved 
by Mr Beresford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
6 June. 

35 (29) Evans, William, son of — Evans, clerk, Staffordshire; 
examined and approved by Mr Twells ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 15 June. 

(30) Shepherd, Henry, son of — Shepherd, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
bom at Horncastle ; bred at Wisbech (Mr Clarkson) ; examined and 

40 approved by Mr Marshall ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 23 June, aet. 18. 

(31) Maling, Christopher Thompson, son of William Maling, 
esquire, Durham ; born at Sunderland ; bred at Houghton (Mr 
GriflBth) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 

45 25 June, aet. 18. 

(32) Scurfield, George, son of William Scurfield, esquire, Dur- 
ham ; born at Sunderland ; bred at Houghton ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 25 June, aet. 18. 



166 ADMISSIONS. 1759. 

(33) Tighe, Edward, son of William Tighe, esquire, Ireland ; 
school, Eton ; examined and approved by Dr Barnard ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 25 June. 

(34) Haygarth, John ; Yorks ; born in the parish of Sedbergh; 
school, Sedbergh ; examined and approved by Mr Bateman ; ad- 5 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 25 June. 

(35) Harrison, Richard, son of R. Harrison, grocer {aromatarii), 
Salop ; born at Shrewsbury ; bred there (Mr Newling) ; examined 
and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 27 June. 10 

(36) Thwaits, James, Yorks ; bred at Harrow ; examined and 
approved by Mr Craven ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Powell, 30 June. 

(37) Hutton, John, Westmorland; school, Sedbergh; examined 
and approved by Mr Bateman ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 15 
Powell, 30 June. 

(38) Saunderson, William, Durham; school, Sedbergh; ex- 
amined and approved by Mr Bateman ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 30 June. 

(39) Smyth, Ozias, son of George Smyth, gentleman, Norfolk ; 20 
born at Topcroft; educated privately by Mr Stegalls; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 30 June, aet. 17. 

(40) Ironside, William, son of 'G.' (William ?) Ironside, gentle- 
man, Durham ; born at Houghton-le-Spring ; bred at Houghton 
(Mr Griffith); admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 
2 July, aet. 18. 

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July 1759— July 1760 
Admissi a 6*^° die Julii 1759 

(1) Richardson, John, son of J. Richardson, clerk, Ireland; 
bred at Chelsea; examined and approved by Dr Chilcott; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 13 July, aet. 18. 30 

(2) Norton, William, son of Fletcher Norton, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; born in London ; bred at Harrow (Dr Thackeray) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 21 July, aet. 18. 

(3) Stearne, Richard, son of R. Stearne, esquire, Yorks ; born 

in York ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; examined and approved by 35 
Dr Tunstall ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 
12 October, aet. 19. 

(4) Kyffen, John, son of Thomas Kyffen, esquire, Carnarvon- 
shire ; born at Maenan ; bred at Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 13 October, aet. 17. 40 



ADMISSIONS. 1759 — 1760. * 157 

(5) Brotherson, Peter, America; examined and approved by 
Dr Taylor; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
2 November. 

(6) Holford, Stajrner, A.B. ; admitted pensioner, 9 January 
5 1755 ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

13 November. 

176'0 

(7) Percy, Hugh, Lord Warkworth, son of Hugh, Earl of 
Northumberland ; born in London ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 11 January, 

lo aet. 18. 

(8) Revely, Hugh, son of George Revely, gentleman ; born in 
Spain; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 12 January, aet. 20. 

(9) Pritchett, Charles Pigott, son of Delabere Pritchett, clerk, 
1 5 Pembrokeshire ; born at St David's {Meneviae) ; school, Marl- 
borough ; examined and approved by Mr Frampton, senior ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 8 March. 

(10) Horseman, James, son of J. Horseman, clerk, Durham ; 
born at Greatham ; examined and approved by Mr Horseman ; ad- 

20 mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 21 March, aet. 19. 

(11) Colchester, William, son of 'G.' (William?) Colchester, 
Essex ; bom at Dedham ; bred there (Mr Grimwood) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Stephens; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr 
Powell, 29 March, aet. 18. 

25 (12) Grey, George, son of G. Grey, gentleman, Durham ; born 
at Southwick ; school, Newcastle (Mr Moises) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 14 April, aet. 17. 

(13) Gee, Richard, son of James Gee, esquire, Yorks ; born in 
York ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; examined and approved by Mr 

30 Holme, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 14 April, aet. 18. 

(14) Ackland, Thomas, son of William Ackland, merchant 
(fnercatoris), Surrey ; born in Southwark ; bred at Southwark ; 
examined and approved by Mr Clarke ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 29 April, aet. 17. 

35 (15) Hargrave, William, Northumberland ; admitted pen- 
sioner, 16 December, 1755; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and 
surety Dr Powell, 2 May. 

(16) Wright, Charles, son of George Wright, musician {mimci), 
Northamptonshire; born at Peterborough; bred there (Mr Mar- 

40 sham); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 7 May, aet. 16. 

(17) Aveling, William, son of *G.' (William?) Aveling, clerk, 
Bedfordshire ; examined and approved by Mr Cole ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 13 May. 

(18) Boot, Walkingham, son of Joseph Boot, farmer (coloni), 
45 Derbyshire ; born at Higham; bred at Chesterfield (Mr Saunders); 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 27 May, aet. 19. 



158 ADMISSIONS. 1760. 

(19) Twyford, Robert, A.B. of Oriel College, Oxford ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 29 May. 

(20) Otteley, William, America; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); 
examined and approved by him ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 31 May. 5 

(21) Swale, John, son of J. Swale, attorney at law, London ; 
school, Charterhouse; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 
Brooke, 5 June, aet. 16. 

(22) Procter, William, son of Thomas Procter, tanner {alu- 
tarii), Yorks ; born at Merebec; bred at Skipton (Mr Plummer) ; lo 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety, Dr Powell, 9 June, aet. 22. 

(23) Martin, Samuel, son of S. Martin, clerk, Warwickshire ; 
born at Newton ; school, Manchester (Mr Puraell) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Beresford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Powell, 10 June, aet. 17. ^5 

(24) Becher, William, son of Edward Becher, esquire, Notts ; 
born at Southwell ; bred at Uppingham (Mr Knapp) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 June, aet. 18. 

(25) Cradock, William and (26) Cradock, Thomas, sons of 
Thomas Cradock, clerk, StaflFordshire ; bom at Wolverhampton ; 20 
school, Shrewsbury (Mr Newling) ; examined and approved by him ; 
admitted pensioners, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 28 June, aet. 
William, 19, Thomas 17. 

(27) Lloyd, Heneage, second son of Sir Richard Lloyd, knt. 
and Baron of the Exchequer ; examined and approved by Mr Jeph- 25 
son ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 23 June. 

(28) Evans, Evan, Notts ; bom at Babworth ; school, Eton 
(Dr Bamard) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Powell, 23 June. 

(29) Taylor, Simon Oliver ; Bedfordshire ; bred at Welling- 30 
borough ; examined and approved by Mr Bacon ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Powell, 25 June, aet. 18. 

(30) Palmer, Richard, son of Thomas Palmer, clerk, Hereford- 
shire ; school, Hereford ; examined and approved by Mr Cam ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 30 June, aet. 16. 35 

(31) Fancourt, John, son of William Fancourt, clerk, Rutland ; 
born at Littington ; bred at Oakham (Mr Markham) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 1 July, aet. 19. 

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July 1760— July 1761 

Admissi a 4'" die Julii 1760 

(1) Blake, Patrick, son of Andrew Blake, esquire, Middlesex; 40 
born in London ; school, Eton ; examined and approved by Mr Ewin ; 



ADMISSIONS. 1760—1761. 169 

admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 18 August, 
aet. IS. 

(2) Cronkshaw, Jolm, A. M. of Brasenose College, Oxford ; 

admitted fellow commoner, surety Dr Powell, 17 October. 

5 (3) Ward, John, son of — Ward, clerk, Yorks ; bom at 

Thornton ; school, Beverley ; examined and approved by Dr Powell ; 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 17 October, aet. 18. 

(4) Lord, William, son of ' G.' (William ?) Lord, gentleman, 
Derbyshire ; bom at Normanton ; bred at Chesterfield ; admitted 

10 pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 30 October, aet. 18. 

(5) Milward, John, son of Thomas Milward, clerk, Westmor- 
land ; born at Long Marton ; bred at Appleby ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 31 October, aet. 18. 

(6) Q-arrett, John, son of James Garrett, architect (architecti), 
15 Devonshire; born at Exeter; bred at Tiverton; admitted sizar, 

tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 2 November, aet. 19. 

(7) Grey, George, admitted pensioner, 14 April 1760 ; is admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 November. 

(8) Pilborough, John, son of J. Pilborough, Essex; born at 
20 Colchester ; bred there ; examined and approved by Mr Stephens ; 

admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 15 December, aet. 18. 

1761 

(9) Hull, Christopher, son of John Hull, gentleman, Lancashire ; 
bora at Marton; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); examined and 
approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Powell, 

25 22 January. 

(10) Moseley, Eichard, admitted pensioner on 19 April, 1757 ; 
is admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
29 January. 

(11) Batt, William, son of 'G.' (William?) Batt, clerk, Wilt- 
30 shire ; bom at CoUingborne Ducis ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; 

examined and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 16 February, aet. 18. 

(12) Forster, William, son of Thomas Forster, dmggist (phar- 
macopolae), Rutland ; bom at Uppingham ; bred there (Mr Knapp) ; 

35 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 10 March, aet. 18. 

(13) Aldridge, Stephen, son of S. Aldridge, clerk, Essex ; born 
at Stanneway ; educated at a private school in London ; examined 
and approved by Dr Gisborne ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 19 March, aet 18. 

40 (14) Hall, Samuel, son of S. Hall, clerk ; born in Scotland ; bred 
at Houghton-le-Spring (Mr GriflBth) ; examined and approved by Mr 
Horseman ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 9 April, 
aet. 19. 

(15) Travis, George, son of John Travis, Lancashire ; born at 

45 Royton ; school, Manchester (Mr Purnell) ; examined and approved 



160 ADMISSIONS. 1761. 

by Dr Tunstall ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
17 April. 

(16) Mason, Edward, son of — Masou, husbandman (agricolae), 
Tories ; born at Ecclesfield ; bred at Cliesterfield (Mr Saunders) ; 
examined and approved by Mr Burrow ; admitted sizar, tutor and 5 
surety Mr Abbot, 22 May, aet. 18. 

(17) Kingston, Francis, son of — Kingston, attorney at law, 
Dorsetshire ; born in Dorchester ; bred there ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Metcalf ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

25 May, aet. 15. lo 

(18) Paddon, Thomas, son of George Paddon, clerk, Devonshire ; 
examined and approved by Dr Prime ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 27 May, aet. 19. 

(19) Budd, James, Yorks; bom at Killham; examined and 
approved by Mr Robinson; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 15 
Abbot, 15 June, aet. 18. 

(20) Boothby, Brooke, son of B. Boothby, esquire, Derbyshire; 
born at Ashbourne ; bred at Stafford ; examined and approved 
by Mr Beresford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

19 June. 20 

(21) White, Charles, Dorsetshire; bred at Dorchester (Mr 
Hubbock) ; examined and approved by Mr Metcalf ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 19 June, aet. 16. 

(22) Weatherhead, Thomas, son of — Weatherhead, clerk, 
Yorks; bom at Pontefract ; bred at Lynn, Norfolk; examined and ^5 
approved by Mr Jones ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

1 July. 

(23) Ellison, Stanhope, A.B. of Brasenose College, Oxford; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 2 July. 

(24) Bethel, Samuel, A.B. of Wadham College, Oxford ; ad- 3° 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 July. 

(25) Grove, Thomas, son of Chafin Grove, esquire, Wiltshire ; 
school, Marlborough ; examined and approved by Mr Frampton ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 8 July. 

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July 1761— July 1762 

Admissi a 10*"o die Julii 1761 

(1) Burnaby, Thomas Beaumont, son of Andrew Burnaby, 
clerk, Leicestershire ; bom at Asfordby ; bred at Uppingham, Rut- 
land (Mr Knap) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
11 July, aet. 19. 



ADMISSIONS. 1761 — 62. 161 

(2) Bernard, Roger, son of R. Bernard, esquire, Ireland ; bom 
at Corke ; educated privately by Mr Chinnery ; admitted fellow 
commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 27 July, aet. 19. 

(3) Craster, Thomas, son of Edmund Craster, Westmorland ; 
5 bom at Kirkby Lonsdale ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman); examined 

and approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
19 August, aet 18. 

(4) Green, Vincent, son of William Green, schoolmaster {ludi 
magistri), Kent ; born at Shoreham ; bred at Sutton (Mr Hardy) ; 

10 examined and approved by Mr Abbot; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 20 September, aet. 19. 

(5) Kirby, John, son of — Kirby, husbandman {agricolae), Kent; 
bom in the Isle of Thanet ; schools, first Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir), 
then Maidstone (Mr Russell) ; examined and approved by Mr Abbot, 

15 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 9 October, aet. 18. 

(6) Hodgson, John, clerk in holy orders, Lancashire ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 3 November, aet. 27. 

(7) Taylor, Simon Oliver, admitted pensioner, 25 June 1760; 
is admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

20 10 November. 

(8) Crosley, John, son of William Crosley, weaver {textoris), 
Yorks ; bom at Heptonstall ; bred there (Mr Pawson) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 1 1 November, aet. 26. 

(9) Bnllock, William, admitted sizar, 8 July 1757 ; is admitted 
25 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 19 November. 

(10) Warrington, Gheorge, son of G. Warrington, esquire, 
Lancashire; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Newling); examined and ap- 
proved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
4 November. 

3° (11) Chafy, William, son of — Chafy, clerk, Dorsetshire ; bred 
at Dorchester ; examined and approved by Mr Metcalf ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 28 November. 

(12) Sheepshanks, William, son of Richard Sheepshanks, hus- 
bandman {agricolae), Yorks ; bom at Linton ; bred at Threshfield 

35 (Mr Hewit); examined and approved by Dr Tunstall ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 12 December, aet. 20. 

(13) Dinsdale, George, Richmondshire ; admitted sizar, 
31 August, 1758 ; is admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
24 December. 



1762 

40 (14) Keck, David Anthony, son of A. Keck, serjeant-at-law, 
Middlesex ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; examined and approved by 
him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 9 January. 

(15) Bedford, Thomas, Bedfordshire; admitted sizar, 
14 February, 1758; is admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 

45 Mr Abbot, 16 January, 

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162 ADMISSIONS. 1762. 

(16) Houblon, John, Essex ; admitted pensioner, 7 February, 
1757; is admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
18 January. 

(17) Place, Henry, son of Conyers Place, clerk, Dorsetshire; 
born at MarnhuU ; bred at Dorchester ; examined and approved by 5 
Mr Metcalf ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 January, 
aet. 18. 

(18) Marsh, Q-eorge, son of — Marsh, carpet maker {tapetiarii), 
Dorsetshire ; school, Marlborough ; examined and approved by Mr 
Metcalf; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 25 January, 10 
aet. 18. 

(19) Bowen, Thomas, clerk in holy orders, Devonshire; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 February, aet. 24. 

(20) Moseley, Richard, Yorks; admitted sizar, 22 May 1758 ; 

is admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 20 February. 15 

(21) AUen, John Towers, son of J. Allen, gentleman, Norfolk ; 
bom at Terrington ; school, Bury (Mr Gamham) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Frampton ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Brooke, 22 March, aet. 18. 

(22) Deason, Thomas, son of — Deason, clerk, Yorks; bom at 20 
Carlton; school, Beverley (Mr Ward); examined and approved by 
Mr Robinson ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 22 March, 
aet. 18. 

(23) Fountaine, Robert, son of Richard Fountaine, freeholder 
{suum fundum colentis), Yorks; bora at Linton; bred there (Mr 25 
Hewit) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 16 April, 
aet. 19. 

(24) Arnald, William, son of Richard Arnald, clerk, Leicester- 
shire ; born at Thurcaston ; school, Manchester ; examined and 
approved by Dr Ogden ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 30 
Mr Abbot, 8 May. 

(25) Gardiner, Luke, son of — Gardiner, esquire, Ireland ; 
school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; examined and approved by him ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 7 June. 

(26) Bume, Walter, son of John Burae, clerk, Devonshire ; 35 
examined and approved by Dr Prime; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 22 June. 

(27) Moseley, Maurice, SuflEblk ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; 
examined and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 23 June. 40 

(28) Davies, William, Montgomeryshire; school, Shrewsbury 
(Mr Newling) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 30 June. 

(29) Russell, Robert, son of John Russell, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Lancashire ; born at Force-Forge ; school, Sedbergh (Mr 45 
Bateman) ; examined and approved by Mr Brathwaite ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 30 June, aet. 18. 

(30) Manley, Henry Churley, Somerset; school, Eton (Dr 



ADMISSIONS. 1762 — 63. 163 

Barnard) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 1 July. 

(31) Le Grice, Charles, son of C. Le Grice, attorney at law, 
Suffolk; bom in Bury St Edmund's; educated privately by Mr 
5 Steggolds ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 July, 
aet. 19. 

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July 1762— July 1763 
Admissi a 9no die Julii 1762 

(1) Hetley, Henry, son of Richard Hetley, flour merchant (Jari- 
narii), Northamptonshire; born at Peterborough; bred there (Mr 

10 Marshall); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 9 July, aet. 
19. 

(2) Pennington, Isaac, son of Paul Pennington, captain of a 
merchant-man (navis onerariae pra^ecti) ; bom at Longmire in 
Foreness-Fell, Lancashire ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; exam- 

15 ined and approved by him; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 13 August, aet. 17. 

(3) Manly, Henry Churley ; Somerset ; admitted sizar, 1 July 
1762 ; is admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 20 Sep- 
tember. 

20 (4) Yale, John, son of S. Yale, clerk, Denbighshire ; bora at 
Wrexham ; bred at Ruthin ; examined and approved by Mr Jones 
junior ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 27 Sep- 
tember. 

(5) Baikes, Richard, son of Robert Raikes, printer {typographi), 
25 Gloucestershire; bom in Gloucester; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); 

admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 11 October, aet. 18. 

(6) Marshall, Henry, son of H. Marshall, clerk, Lincolnshire ; 
bom at Salmonby ; bred at Ormesby (Mr Smith) ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 3 November, aet. 18. 

30 (7) Tanner, Culpepper, son of C. Tanner, clerk, Rutland; 
born at Oakham ; bred there (Mr Markham) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 14 December, aet. 21. 

1763 

(8) Paddon, George, son of G. Paddon, clerk, Devonshire ; bora 
at Challey; bred at Bampton (Mr Wood); examined and approved 

35 by Dr Sleech ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 16 Feb- 
ruary, aet. 18. 

(9) Youde, John, son of Thomas Youde, druggist (pharma- 

11—2 



164 ADMISSIONS. 1763. 

copolae), Denbighshire ; born iu Ruthen ; bred there (Mr Hughes) ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 23 February, aet. 20. 

To the Eeverend the Master and Fellows of St John's College, 

Cambridge. 
We the Principal and Fellows of Jesus College in Oxford do testify 5 
that Mr John Youde was admitted a member of our said College the 
seventh day of October 1760 and that he has resided eight Terms, 
and moreover that during his Kesidence he has behav'd himself in a 
sober regular and studious manner. 

Thomas Pardo, Principal lO 
Witness our hands this James Williams 

seventeenth day of Elvedale Kyffin 

February 1763. Thomas Williams 

Bichard Edwards. 

(10) Bjrron, John, son of Joshua Byron, grBzier (pectuirii), Lin- 15 
colnshire; born at Utterby; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 29 March, aet 18. 

(11) Johnson, John Allen, son of Allen Johnson, esquire, 
Ireland ; born in Dublin ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; admitted 
fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 7 April, aet. 18. 20 

(12) Weston, Samuel Ryder, son of John Weston, clerk, Devon- 
shire ; bom in Exeter ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 12 April, aet. 16. 

(13) Smyth, James, son of James Smyth, esquire, Bedfordshire ; 
bom at;Streatly near Luton ; bred at Hitchin, Herts (Mr Morgan); 25 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 26 April, ' et eo ipso 
quo erat admissus die, annos compleveret 18.' 

(14) Whalley, Thomas Sedgewick, son of John Whalley, 
Regius Professor of Divinity, and Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge- 
shire ; born in Cambridge ; bred at Ilminster, Somerset (Mr Davis) ; 30 
examined and approved by Mr Beadon ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 27 April, aet. 18. 

(15) Richards, George, son of — Richards, clerk, Kent ; bora 
at Peckham; bred at Tunbridge (Mr Towers); examined and ap- 
proved by Dr Taylor ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr 35 
Brooke, 2 May, aet. 18. 

(16) Pearce, William, son of William Pearce, surgeon, Cora- 
wall ; born at St Kevern near Helstone ; bred at Helstone ; examined 
and approved by Mr Hosken ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Dr Brooke, 7 May, aet. 18. 40 

(17) Wise, John, son of Edward Wise, attorney, Berkshire; 
bom at Wokingham ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; examined and 
approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
7 May, aet. 18. 

(18) Durand, Daniel Francis, son of — Durand, clerk, Norfolk ; 45 
bora in Norwich ; school, Canterbury (Mr Beauvoir) ; examined and 
approved by him; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

28 May, aet. 17. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1763. 165 

(19) Sneade, Samuel, father in holy orders (patre clerico). 
Montgomeryshire ; born at Church Stoke ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr 
Newling) ; commended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Dr Brooke, 23 May, aet. 1 7. 
5 (20) Carr, John, Derbyshire ; school, Manchester (Mr Pumell) ; 
examined and approved by Dr Ogden ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 25 May. 

(21) Peake, James, son of Jonathan Peak, clerk, Cheshire; 
school, Manchester (Mr Pumell); examined and approved by Dr 

lO Ogden ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 25 May. 

(22) Barnes, Benjamin, son of Edward Barnes, scythe grinder, 
{artificio exacuendi fakes occupati), Yorks ; born at Wadsley ; the 
free school, SheflBeld (Mr Smith); admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 25 May, aet. 20. 

15 (23) Glover, Richard, son of John Glover, of Kirkby Lonsdale, 
gentleman, Westmorland ; school, Sedbei^h (Mr Bateman) ; com- 
mended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 6 June. 

(24) Orme, Thomas, son of — Orme, husbandman {agricdae) 
of Ashby Zouch, Leicestershire ; bred at Repton, Derbyshire (Mr 

20 Asteley) ; examined and approved by Mr Beresford ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 1 1 June. 

(25) Dean, Richard, Yorks ; born at Linton ; schools, Durham 
and Threshfield ; examined and approved by Mr Robinson ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 13 June, aet. 20. 

25 (26) Harrison, John, Durham, examined and approved by Mr 
Horseman ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 
22 June. 

(27) Jones, Peter, son of Thomas Jones, clerk, Merioneth ; bom 
at Llanderfel ; the free school, Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; admitted pen- 

30 sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 27 June, aet. 21. 

To all Persons to whom these Presents shall come Greeting. 

We the Principal and Fellows of Jesus College in Oxford do testify 

that Peter Jones was admitted a member of our said College the 

seventh day of March 1760 : and that he has resided Thirteen Terms : 

3^ and moreover that during his Besidence he has behaved himself in a 

sober, regular and studious manner. 

Hum. Owen, Prin' 
Witness our Hands the Elvedale Kyffin 

Twenty second day of June Thomas Williams 

40 1763. John Williams 

Edward Thomas. 

(28) Watkin, Joseph, son of John Watkin, husbandman 
{agricolae), Yorks ; bora at Stokesley in Cleveland ; the free school 
at Scorton (Mr White) ; examined and approved by Mr Craven ; 

45 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 29 June, aet. 18. 

(29) Houlbrooke, Theophilus, son of — Houlbrooke, seller of 
shoes {calceos vendentis), Staffordshire ; born at Lichfield ; school, 



166 ADMISSIONS. 1763. 

Shrewsbury (Mr Newling) ; recommended by him ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 30 June, aet. 17. 

(30) Oough, Charles, son of Owen Gough, clerk, Bedfordshire ; 
born at Leighten Buzzard ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; by whom he 
is recommended ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 5 
4 July, aet. past 17. 



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p. 14 
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[Admissions in the year < p. 14 r 30.] 
(s. 14) 

July 1763— July 1764 
Admissi ab S^o die Julii 1763 

(1) Highmore, Jolm, Westmorland; school, Sedbergh (Mr 
Bateman) ; recommended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 9 July. 10 

(2) Davies, Robert, son of Robert Davies, Denbighshire ; bom 
at Denbigh ; the free school, Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; examined by Mr 
Abbot; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 24 August, aet. 
18. 

(3) Lloyd, John, son of Thomas Lloyd, maltster (prasiatoris), 15 
Denbighshire ; born at Ruthin ; bred there (Mr Hughes) ; examined 
by Mr Abbot ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

24 August, aet. 19. 

(4) Lewis, Owen\ son of Lewis Thomas, Denbighshire ; born 

at Bryn Eglwys ; the free school, Ruthin (Mr Hughes); examined by 20 
Mr Abbot ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 24 August, 
aet. 18. 

(5) Leighton, Charles, son of Sir Charlton Leighton, Bart., 
Salop ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Newling) ; recommended by him ; 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 17 Septem- 25 
ber, aet. past 16. 

(6) Becher, William, Notts., formerly a member of the College 
'et nuperrime ex CoUegio Jesu,' admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 28 September. 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 27 Sept. 1763. 30 

William Becher was admitted into this College on the 28th day of 
October 1760, and having been duly resident since that time has 
behaved himself in a very regular and orderly manner and has our 
leave to remove to any other College in this University. 

L. Caryl, Master 35 

E. Allenson, Dean Dep. 
T. Milner, Tutor. 

^ Nomen hujus Juvenis est Owen Lewis, et patris nomen (filio saltem 
teste) est Lewis Thomas. (Note in margin.) 



ADMISSIONS. 1763—64. 167 

(7) Lord, William, admitted pensioner, 30 October, 1760; 
is now admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
12 November. 

(8) Toungson, Dacre, son of George Youngson, grazier {pe- 
5 cuarii), Yorks ; born at Kilham ; school, Beverley (Mr Ward) ; 

examined by Mr Robinson; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 28 December, aet, 18. 

1764 

(9) Knowles, Thomas, son of William Knowles, clerk, Lan- 
cashire ; born at Ormskirk ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Bateman) ; 

10 recommended by him; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 17 February. 

(10) Carr, Colston, formerly member of this College, being 
admitted 1 October 1757, is now again admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 13 March. Admitted pensioner under Mr Che- 

15 vallier, 6 November 1771 ^ 

(11) Wood, William, son of William Wood, husbandman {agri- 
colae), Notts ; bom at Hockerwood in the parish of Southwell ; 
school, Southwell ; examined by Mr Todington ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 16 March, aet. 17. 

20 (12) Cuthbert, Edward, son of Joseph Cuthbert, clerk, Essex; 
bom at Balvan ; school, St Paul's (Mr Thickness) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 27 March, aet. 18. 

(13) Eyton, Bobert, son of Thomas Eyton, timber merchant 
{materiarii), Denbighshire ; born at Llanganafal ; school, Ruthin (Mr 

25 Hughes) ; examined and approved by John Yale and Ambrose 
Thelwall Lewis; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
28 March, aet. 20. 

(14) Drake, Thomas, son of George Drake, druggist {pharma- 
copolae), Yorks. ; bom at Halifax ; school, Winchester (Dr Burton) ; 

30 examined by Dr Balguy ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 29 March, aet. 18. 

(15) Griffiths, Robert, son of Simon Griffiths of Colomendy in 
the parish of Corwen, Merioneth, freeholder {suumfundumcolentis); 
bom at Llandegla, Denbighshire, in the Diocese of St Asaph; school, 

35 Ruthin (Mr Hughes) ; examined and recommended by John Yale 
and Ambrose Thelwall' ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
17 April, aet. 17. 

(16) Turner, Bernard, son of Bernard Turner, College Organist 
{in hoc ipso coUegio organici), Cambridgeshire ; born in Cambridge ; 

40 educated privately by his brother Henry Turner, Piatt fellow of the 
College ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 14 May, aet 18. 

(17) Grove, Harry, son of Chafin Grove, gentleman, Wiltshire ; 
bora at Mere ; school, Marlborough (Mr Meyler) ; examined by Mr 

^ This in a later hand. 

^ sic. Lewis is omitted, see no. (13). 



168 ADMISSIONS. 1764. 

FramptoD senior ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Brooke, 
21 May, aet. 17. 

(18) Wheeler, Julines, son of John Wheeler, gentleman, Wilt- 
shire ; born at Broadhinton ; school, Marlborough (Mr Meyler) ; 
examined and approved by Mr Frampton, junior ; admitted pen- 5 
sioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 21 May, aet. 18. 

(19) Fitchatt, Francis, son of John Fitchatt, schoolmaster 
{Itidi magistri), Essex ; born at Brentwood ; schools, Merchant 
Taylors' and afterwards Tunbridge ; recommended by Dr Taylor ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 26 May, 'cum lo 
annum jam coepisset 18"^'".' 

(20) Greaves, George, Derbyshire ; school, Repton ; examined 
and recommended by Mr Beresford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Dr Brooke, 19 June. 

(21) Sayer, Robert John, son of Robert Sayer, physician 15 
{medici) and Mary Denham, Middlesex ; born in the parish of St 
Andrews, Holborn ; bred at Hereford ; examined by Mr Cam and 
Mr Metcalfe; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

23 June, aet. past 15. 

(22) Cooke, Eichard, son of John Cooke, saddler and harness 20 
maker {ppificis ephippioruvn), Herefordshire ; born in Hereford ; 
bred there ; examined and approved by Mr Cam and Mr Metcalfe ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 23 June, aet. past 
15. 

(23) Baskett, John, son of Samuel Baskett, clerk, Dorset ; bom 25 
at Ower Moigne ; bred at Blandford ; examined and approved by Mr 
Cam and Mr Metcalfe ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 

23 June, aet. 19. 

(24) Williams, William, son of Thomas Williams, merchant 
{mercatoris), Cheshire ; bom in Chester ; school, Bangor (Mr 30 
GriflBths) ; examined and approved by Mr Yale ; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 26 June, aet. 19. 

(25) Kipling, Thomas, son of William Kipling, cattle salesman 
{pecorum venditoris), Richmondshire ; bom at Bowes ; schools, first 
Scorton and lastly Sedbergh (Mr Batemau) ; tutor and surety Mr 35 
Abbot, 28 June, aet. 18. 

(26) Colyear, Hon. William Charles, Viscount Milsington, 
son of Charles, Earl of Portmore, Middlesex ; bom in London ; 
privately educated by Mr Jenkin ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor 
and surety Dr Brooke, 28 June, aet. 17. 40 

(27) Davies, Bichard, Brecon, A.B. of Worcester College, 
Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 30 June. 

(28) Williams, Edward, Brecon, A.B. of Jesus College, Oxford ; 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 30 June. 

(29) Potter, William, son of William Potter, clerk, Yorks ; born 45 
at Hemingburgh ; educated by his father ; examined and approved 
by Mr Gill ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 1 July, aet. 
20. 



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ADMISSIONS. 1764 — 65. 169 

(30) Noble, Henry Lovell, Leicestershire, A.B. of All Saints' 
College, Oxford ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
2 July. 

(31) Taylor, Jolm, son of William Taylor, freeholder {fundum 
5 guum colentis), Lancashire ; bom at Worton ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 

Bateman) ; recommended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 5 July, aet. 19. 

ff.c.3] 
[Admissions in the year J p. 13 h 31.] 
s. I5I 



July 1764— July 1765 
Admissi a sexto die Julii, 1764 

(1) Williams, Owen James, son of John Williams, Brecon ; born 
10 at Newcourt ; bred at Abergaveny (Mr Jardine) ; examined and 

approved by Mr Davies ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
13 September, aet. 17. 

(2) Byne, Henry, son of Henry Byne, esquire, Northumberland ; 
bom at Morpeth ; the free school, Newcastle (Mr Moises) ; admitted 

15 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 29 September, aet 18. 

(3) Hill, Rowland, son of Sir Rowland Hill, baronet, Salop ; 
bom at Hawkston ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutors and sureties Dr Brooke and Mr Frampton, 10 October, aet. 20. 

(4) Alkin, Thomas Verrier, son of Thomas Alkin, Kent ; born 
20 at Canterbury ; admitted pensioner, tutors and sureties Dr Brooke 

and Mr Frampton, 11 October, aet. 18. 

(5) Lister, Thomas Pindar, son of Thomas Lister, esquire, 
Lincolnshire; born at Girsby; school, Beverley (Mr Ward); ex- 
amined and approved by Mr Johnston ; admitted fellow commoner, 

25 tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 22 October, aet. 19. 

(6) Price, Howell, son of Howell Price, Brecon ; bom at Tral- 
Iwng (Tralonjj j school, Brecon (Mr Griffiths) ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Griffiths ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
27 October, aet. 19. 

30 (7) Coke, D'Ewes, son of George Coke, Notts ; born at Mans- 
field Woodhouse ; bred at Repton, Derbyshire (Mr Astley) ; admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 31 October, aet 17. 

1765 

Rev^^'. Gul. Sam. Powell S. T.P. electua Magister unanimi 
consensu omnium i.e. 41 Sociorum praesentium 25 Jan. 1765. 

35 (8) Aldrich, Stephen, formerly admitted sizar; is admitted 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 30 January. 

(9) Fitzherbert, William, son of WiUiam Fitzherbert, esquire, 
Derbyshire ; born at Tissington ; school, Westminster (Dr Smith) ; 



170 ADMISSIONS. 1765. 

admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 19 February, 
aet 17. 

(10) Jodrell, Paul, second son of Paul Jodrell, esquire, Middle- 
sex ; bom in London ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 22 Marcl), aet. 18. 5 

(11) Potter, Robert, son of Robert Potter, clerk, Yorks ; bom 
at Stillingfleet ; bred there by his father ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 22 March, aet. 22. 

(12) G-rifBn, Lucock, son of Giles John Griffin, gentleman ; bom 

in the Island of Jamaica; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); admitted lo 
pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 3 May. 

(13) Filewood, Thomas, son of James Filewood, builder 
{aedium aedificatoris); educated privately; examined and approved 
by the Master of the College ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 6 May, aet. past 18. 15 

(14) Taylor, John, son of John Taylor, clerk, Yorks; bora at 
Methley ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Bateman) ; recommended by him ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 6 May, aet. 19. 

(15) Houlbrooke, Theophilus, formerly admitted sizar; now 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Brooke, 11 May. 20 

(16) Burslem, William, son of Samuel Burslem, clerk, Salop ; 
born at Market Drayton ; educated chiefly by his father ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 13 May, aet. 18. 

(17) Hunt, Samuel, son of Thomas Hunt, surgeon (chirurgi), 
Leicestershire ; born at Loughborough ; bred there and at Upping- 25 
ham (Mr Knap) ; examined by Dr Harrison ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 20 May, aet. 19. 

(18) Bowry, John, son of Samuel Bowry, clerk, Essex ; bom at 
Eastthorpe ; school, Colchester (Mr Smythies); admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 28 May, aet. 21. 30 

(19) Harrison, William, son of William Harrison, grazier 
(pecuarii), Lincolnshire ; born at Fiskerton ; school, Lincoln (Mr 
Hewthwaite) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 7 June, 
aet, 20. 

(20) Tayleure, Samuel, son of William Tayleure, official of the 35 
ecclesiastical court {in curia ecclesiaslica officialis), Yorks ; born in 
York ; bred at Hingham, Norfolk (Mr Buck) ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, IS June, aet. 17. 

(21) Simpson, David, son of Ralph Simpson, farm bailiflF 
(vUlici), Yorks; born at Ingleby-Arncliffe ; school, Scorton (Mr 40 
Noble); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 19 June, 
aet. 20. 

(22) Frewen, Edward, son of Thomas Frewen, physician {me- 
did), Sussex ; born at Rye ; bred at Uckfield (Mr Gerison) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 26 June, aet. 19. 45 

(23) Wightwick, Richard, son of William Wightwick, clerk, 
Wiltshire ; born at Winterbourn ; educated chiefly at Ashford in 
Kent, for one year at Marlborough ; recommended by Mr Frampton 



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ADMISSIONS. 1765, 171 

senior ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 26 June, 
aet. 16. 

(24) Villette, John, Middlesex ; recommended by Dr Ferris ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 26 June. 
5 (25) WMstler, Webster, son of John Whistler, gentleman, 
Oxfordshire ; born at Woodchurch ; bred at Canterbury (Mr Beau- 
voir) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 27 June, aet. 
18. 

(26) Dannett, Thomas, son of John Dannett, gentleman, Lan- 
lo cashire; born at Kirkham-in-the-Fields ; school, Manchester; recom- 
mended by Mr Wrigley ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 3 July. 

(27) Grove, Charles, Wiltshire, examined and approved by Mr 
Frampton senior ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 

152 July. Brother of Thomas Grove and Harry Grove, admitted 8 July 
1761 and 21 May 1764. 

(28) Boswell, Samuel, son of Samuel Boswell, gentleman, 
Cheshire ; born in Chester ; examined and approved by Mr Wool- 
wright; admitted pensioner, sponsor and surety Mr Frampton, 

20 5 July, aet. 19. 

(29) Pearson, Samuel, Salop, examined and approved by Mr 
Newling; admitted pensioner, sponsor and surety Mr Frampton, 
6 July. 

(f.C.2| 
[Admissions in the year -j p. 18 ^ 29.] 
[s. 9) 

July 1765— July 1766 

Admissi a quinto die JuUi 1765 

25 (1) Andrews, Henry, son of — Andrews, baker (pistoris) of 
Grantham, Lincolnshire; bred there (Mr Bacon); examined and 
approved by Mr Abbot ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 9 July, aet. 18. 

(2) Badford, Thomas, son of Samuel Radford, gentleman, 
30 Forks ; bom at Sheffield ; bred at Beverley (Mr Ward) ; examined 

and approved by Mr Abbot ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 15 July, aet. 17. 

(3) Hughes, Lewis, son of John Hughes, clerk; bom at 
Llanjdan in Anglesea ; bred at Bangor (Mr Griffith) ; examined and 

35 approved by Mr Abbot ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
22 August, aet 17. 

(4) Lambert, Robert Heblethwaite, son of Charles Lambert, 
registrar (regiMrarii), Lancashire ; bom in Lancaster ; school, Sed- 
bergh (Dr Bateman) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 

40 Abbot, 7 October, aet. 18. 

(5) Belgrave, (George, son of Jeremiah Belgrave, clerk, Rut- 



172 ADMISSIONS. 1766. 

land ; born at Preston ; school, Uppingham (Mr Knap) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 14 October, aet. 16. 

(6) Greenall, Thomas, son of Joshua Greenall, farm bailiflf 
{villici), Westmorland ; born at Middleton ; school, Sedbergh (Dr 
Bateman) ; examined and approved by Mr Nairn ; admitted sizar, 5 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 14 December, aet. 23. 

1766 

(7) Neale, James, son of James Neale, clerk, Oxfordshire ; bom 
at Henley-on-Thames ; educated by his father; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 17 January, aet. 17. 

(8) Smith, William, son of John Smith, clerk, Bedfordshire; 10 
born at Odell ; school, Huntingdon, his father being master ; ad- 
mitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 17 January, aet. 15 'plus 
minus.' 

(9) Willan, Robert, son of Thomas Willan, farm bailiff (vilici), 
Yorks ; bom at Dent in the parish of Sedbergh ; recommended by 1 5 
Mr Robinson; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

18 January, aet. 18. 

(10) Sargent, George Arnold, son of John Sargent, merchant 
{mercatoris), Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Eton (Dr Bar- 
nard) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 20 

6 February, aet. 18. 

(11) Martin, Thomas, son of Joseph Martin, banker (argen- 
tarii), Middlesex ; born in London ; educated at home privately by 
Mr Leigh ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

7 February, aet. 16. 25 

(12) Beswicke, John, son of Charles Beswicke, cloth-maker 
{pannorum opificis), Yorks ; born at Saddleworth ; school, Man- 
chester (Mr Lawson) ; recommended by him ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 28 February, aet. 19. 

(13) Prime, Samuel, son of Sir Samuel Prime, knight, Middle- 30 
sex ; born in London ; school, Eton (Dr Baraard) ; admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, March 16, aet. 16. 

(14) Trapier, Paul, son of Paul Trapier, gentleman, America ; 
born at George Town, South Carolina; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); 
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, March 20, aet. 18. 35 

(15) Ellis, John, son of John Ellis, clerk, Carnarvonshire ; bom 
in Carnarvon ; school, Bangor (Mr GriflSth) ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 2 April, aet. 20. 

(16) Ives, James, son of Clement Ives, currrier {coriarii) of 
Witwell, Norfolk ; bred at Hengham (Mr Buck) ; admitted pensioner, ^o 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 19 April, aet. 18. {Ohiit 20 April 1769.) 

(17) Hudson, Robert, son of Robert Hudson, sometime captain 
of an East India-man {navis onerariae ad orientalem Indiam 
missae quondam praefecti) ; school, Eton ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 25 April, aet. 17. 45 



ADMISSIONS. 1766. 173 

(18) Morris, Evan, son of David Morris, clerk, Merioneth ; bom 
at Cynful ; school, Bangor (Mr GriflSth) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 3 May, aet. 18. 

(19) Price, Hugh, son of Hugh Price, gentleman, Anglesea ; 
5 bom at Penmynydd ; school, Bangor (Mr Griffith) ; admitted sizar, 

tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 13 May, aet. 18. 

(20) Field, Robert, son of William Field, Lancashire ; bom at 
Cartmel ; bred at Flockburgh (Mr Field) ; admitted sizar, tutor and 
surety Mr Abbot, 13 May, aet. 22. 

lo (21) Bobinson, Solomon, sou of Christopher Robinson, hus- 
bandman {agricolae), Westmorland, bom near the Lakes {prope 
locum Setantiorum) ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Bateman) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 15 May, aet. ' circiter' 20. 

(22) Dymoke, Needham, son of Charles Dymoke, physician 
1 5 (medici), Lincolnshire; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 21 May, aet. 18. 

(23) Keck, David Anthony, formerly admitted pensioner ; now 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 28 May. 

(24) Lejrton, William, son of Thomas Leyton, husbandman 
20 (agricolae), Yorks ; born at Barmby ; school, Pocklington (Mr 

Basket) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 7 June, 
aet 18. 

(25) Parsons, James, son of Edward Parsons, esquire, Hert- 
fordshire; born at Neic Place; school, Eton (Dr Barnard); ad- 

25 mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 10 June, aet. 18, 

(26) Lipyeatt, Jonathan, son of Christopher Lipyeatt, brewer 
(cerevisiae coctoris), Wiltshire; bom at Marlborough; bred there 
(Mr Meyler) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 
10 June, aet. 18. 

30 (27) Nicholson, Edward, son of Thomas Nicholson, clerk,' 
Westmorland ; bom at Heversham ; school, Sedbergh (Dr Bateman); 
recommended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
14 June, aet. 19. Admitted pensioner under Mr Chevallier, 
6 November 1771 (note in a later hand). 

35 (28) Eyre, Joseph Amall, son of Joseph Eyre, clerk, Lincoln- 
shire ; born at Sleaford ; bred there, and also at Oakham in 
Rutland ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 25 June, aet, 
19, 

(29) Layard, Charles Peter, son of Daniel Peter Layard, 
40 physician (medici), Middlesex ; bom in the parish of St Ann, 

Westminster; bred at Huntingdon (Mr Unwin) ; examined and 
approved by Mr Beadon, fellow of the College ; admitted pensioner, 
tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 27 June, aet. 17. 

(30) Pearson, John, Salop; examined and approved by Mr 
45 Newling; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 

30 June. 

(31) Bryer, Thomas, Dorset ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Frampton, 30 June. 



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174 ADMISSIONS. 1766 — 67. 

(82) Robinson, William, son of William Robinson, clerk, Nor- 
folk ; bom at Garboldisham ; educated in different towns under one 
Master, Mr Galloway; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Frampton, 1 July, aet. 17. 

(33) Webster, James, son of Joseph Webster, glazier {vitrarii), 5 
Lancashire ; born at St Michaels ; school, Sedbergh ; examined and 
approved by Mr Murthwaite ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 1 July, aet. 19. 



f. c. 3 




[Admissions in the year 



July 1766— July 1767 
Admissi a quarto die Julii 1766 

(1) Brodie, William, son of David Brodie, captain R. N, {navis lo 
bellicae praefecto), Bedfordshire ; states that he was bom in the 
Island of Jamaica ; school, Westminster, and then educated at home ; 
recommended by Mr Cole ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and 
surety, Mr Frampton, 8 October. 

(2) Whiston, Thomas, Hunts ; recommended by Mr Whiston ; 1 5 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 25 October. 

(3) Allen, John Towers, formerly admitted pensioner; now 
admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 
17 November. 

(4) Goulton, Thomas, son of Christopher Goulton, esquire, 20 
Yorks ; born at Beverley ; bred at Lincoln (Mr Hewthwaite) ; ad- 
mitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 22 December, 
aet. 21, 

1767 

(5) Moore, Stephen, son of Stephen Moore, currier (coriarit), 
Lincolnshire; born at Castlethorpe ; school, Brigg (Mr Skelton); 25 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 16 January, aet. 'tantum 
non' 19. Admitted pensioner, 3 February, 1767. 

(6) Heath, William, eldest son of Bayly Heath, esquire, of 
Stanted Hall, Essex, deceased, Middlesex ; bora in London ; school, 
Eton (Dr Barnard and Dr Forster) ; admitted fellow commoner, 30 
tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 6 February. Brother of No. 7. 

(7) Heath, Thomas, son of Bayly Heath, esquire, Middlesex ; 
bom in London ; school, Eton (Dr Barnard and Dr Forster) ; ad- 
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 6 February, aet. 
17. Brother of No. 6. 35 

(8) Wood, James, Notts ; examined and approved by Mr Pen- 
nell ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 7 February. 

(9) Clarke, James (see 31 May, 1758, and 4 May, 1756) ; 
readmitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 

10 February. 4° 

(10) Bromley, Thomas, son of Thomas Bromley, attorney at 
law, Lancashire ; born at Wigan ; school, Manchester (Mr Lawson) ; 



ADMISSIONS. 1767. 175 

recommended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
18 February. 

(11) Johnson, Thomas, son of Thomas Johnson, freeholder 
{fundum suum colentis), and Ellen Whieldon, StaflFordshire ; bom 

5 at Ipstone ; school, Manchester (Mr Lawson) ; recommended by 
him; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 18 February, 
aet 20. 

(12) Evans, William, son of Evan Prlchard, freeholder {fun- 
dum suum colentis) and Ellin "Williams, Merioneth ; bom in the 

lo parish of Festiniog; school, Bangor (Mr Kichard Griffith); examined 
and approved by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 
21 Febraary, aet 20. 

(13) Evans, Thomas, son of Lewis Evans, gentleman, and Anne 
Evans, Middlesex; bom in London; school, Bangor (Mr Richard 

15 Griffith) ; examined and approved by him ; admitted pensioner, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 21 Febniary, aet. 19. 

(14) Crofts, Edmund, son of Edmund Crofts, Vicar of Upton, 
Notts, and Arabella Thornton ; bora at Southwell, Notts ; bred there; 
examined and approved by Mr Todington, fellow of the College ; 

20 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 16 March, aet. past 16. 

(15) Lawrence, Soulden, son of Thomas Lawrence, physician 
(medici), Middlesex ; born in London ; school, St Paul's (Mr Thick- 
ness) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and siu-ety Mr Abbot. 

(16) Thomas, Thomas, Flintshire; admitted pensioner, tutor 
25 and surety Mr Frampton, 3 April. 

(17) Wade, William, son of Abraham Wade, 'clothier' (pan- 
norum opificis), and Mary Nayler, Yorks ; bom at Osset ; bred at 
Rishworth (Mr Richard Learoyd) ; examined and approved by him ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 14 April, aet. 21. 

30 (18) Nicklin, Joseph, Staffordshire; examined and approved 
by Mr Fielde ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 
28 April. 

(19) Matthews, John, son of Charles Matthews and Mary Mea- 
dows, Middlesex ; bom 21 October, 1748, in the parish of St Martin's 

35 in the Fields, Westminster; bred at Colchester (Mr Smythies); 
examined there by the Rev. W. S. Powell, D.D., Master of the 
College and approved; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 28 April. 

(20) Pym, William, son of W. Pym, esquire, and Elizabeth, 
40 daughter of Keylock Kingsley, gentleman ; bom at Hasell Hall, 

Bedfordshire, 7 December, 1749 ; school. Charterhouse (Dr Crusius), 
6 years 3 months ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 30 April. 

(21) Aveling, Thomas, Bedfordshire; school, Marlborough; 
45 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 11 May. 

(22) Harvey, William, Berkshire ; recommended by J. Spicer, 
M.A., master of Reading School; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Frampton, 19 May, aet. 18. 



176 ADMISSIONS. 1767. 

(23) Taylerson, Henry, Yorks ; recommended by Mr Cayley ; 
admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 21 May. 

(24) Halls, James, son of James Halls, born in Ireland ; school, 
Colchester (Mr Smythies) ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr 
Abbot, 21 May, aet, 16. 5 

(2.5) Starkie, Thomas, son of James Starkie and Alice Lawson, 
Lancashire ; born at Dowuham ; school, Sedbergh ; recommended 
by Mr Scales ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 29 May, 
aet. 17. 

(26) Jackson, Jeremiah, son of Jeremiah Jackson, gentleman ; lo 
born in Ireland; bred at Oakham (Mr Markham); admitted pen- 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, June 5, aet. 16 years 10 months. 

(27) Sargent, John, son of John Sargent, merchant {merca- 
toris), and Rosamond Chambers, Middlesex; school, Eton (Dr 
Foster); recommended by W. H. Roberts, M.A. ; admitted pen- 15 
sioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 5 June, aet. 18. 

(28) Williams, Hugh, son of Robert Williams, deceased ; bom 
in the parish of Llandrillo ; school, Bangor (Mr Griffith) ; recom- 
mended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 

17 June, aet. 17. 20 

(29) Steggall, Charles, son of William Steggall, clerk, Suffolk ; 
born at Wyverston ; educated by his father ; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Frampton, 24 June, aet. 19. 

(30) Longley, John, son of Joseph Longley, merchant {merca- 
toris), Kent ; born at Chatham ; school, Eton ; admitted fellow com- 25 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 24 June, aet. 17. 

(31) Batteley, Waldegrave, Suffolk; recommended by Mr 
Moseley ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 24 June. 

(32) Williams, Richard, son of John Williams, Vicar of Oak- 
ham, Rutland, and Mary Wotton, born at Oakham ; bred there (Mr 30 
Markham) ; recommended by him ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety 
Mr Abbot, 27 June, aet. past 18. 

(33) De Crousar, Francis, son of John De Crousar, ' tribuni 
militum (a colonel),' and Susannah Rouse, Middlesex ; born in the 
parish of St Margaret's, Westminster, 20 October 1749 ; school, 35 
Westminster (Dr Smith &c.), 9 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and 
surety Mr Frampton, 4 July {ohiit 1769). 

(34) Burton, John, clerk, son of James Burton, farmer {fir- 
marii), and Sarah Holmes (brother of Edmund, admitted 25 Sep- 
tember 1751), Westmorland; born at Shap, 22 September 1742 ; 4° 
bred at Bampton, Westmorland (Rev. William Collinson) ; admitted 
sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 6 July. 

(35) Cleobury, John, Buckinghamshire; examined by Mr 
Thomas Meyler, master of Marlborough school; admitted sizar, 
tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 8 July. 45 

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[Admissions in the year -^ p. 10 [■ 35.] 
8. 17 



ADMISSIONS. 1767 — 68. 



177 



July 1767— July 1768 
Adraissi ab octavo Julii 1767 

(1) Rocke, Richard, Salop ; examined and approved by Mr 
Wingfield, formerly Fellow of the College; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 13 July. 

(2) Pedley, James ; examined and approved by Dr Ogden ; 
5 admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, 15 July. 

(3) Cockshutt, Thomas, son of John Cockshutt, ' Ironmaster,' 
and Jane Crow ; born at Huthwaite, Yorks ; school, SheflBeld (Mr 
John Smith) ; examined and approved by him; admitted sizar, tutor 
and surety Mr Abbot, 27 July, aet. 18. 

lo (4) Bishop, "William, son of Henry and Elizabeth Bishop, 
America ; born in St Peter's Parish, Barbadoes ; examined and ap- 
proved by Mr Deane, fellow of the College ; admitted fellow com- 
moner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 3 August. 

(.*>) Cleobury, John; (admitted sizar, 8 July 1767) admitted 

1 5 pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 8 October. 

(6) Irby, Hon. Frederick, eldest son of William, Baron Boston, 
Middlesex ; school, Eton ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor and 
surety Mr Frampton, 8 October. 

(7) Johnson, Thomas, son of Isaac Johnson, deceased, Kent ; 
2o bom in Canterbury ; bred there (Mr Beauvoir) ; admitted pensioner, 

tutor and surety Mr Frampton, 14 October. 

(8) Neve, Henry, son of Gabriel Neve, esquire, of Hayes in the 
county of Kent, Middlesex ; bom in St James' Parish, Westminster ; 
school, Charterhouse (Mr Lewis Crusius); recommended by him; 

25 admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Abbot, and, later, Mr 
Chevallier, 2 November, aet. 16. 

END OF THE THIRD VOLUME OF THE COLLEGE ADMISSION REGISTER. 




12 



INDEX. 



PERSONS. 



An asterisk prefixed to a name denotes a Fellow. 



Abbot, William, father of William A., 
p. 132, 1. 8 

♦— Wmiam, June 25, 1750; p. 159, 
11. 32 (Mr), 39; p. 160, 11. 1, 6, 16, 
26, 29 ; p. 161, 11. 6, 10, 11, 14, 15, 
17, 19, 23, 25, 28, 36, 38, 45; p. 
162, 11. 2, 22, 26, 31, 47; p. 163, 11. 
16, 22, 32; p. 164, 11. 2, 17, 20, 26; 
p. 165, 11. 7, 10, 14, 17, 24, 45; p. 
166, 11. 10, 13 (bis), 17, 21 ; p. 167, 
11. 2, 7, 11, 14, 22, 26, 31, 36; p. 
168, 11. 32, 36, 42, 44, 47; p. 169, 11. 
2, 7, 11, 15, 25, 28, 32, 36; p. 170, 
11. 1, 5, 8, 11, 15, 18, 23, 27, 30, 33, 
38, 41, 45; p. 171, U. 7, 12, 27, 28, 
32, 35 (bis), 40 ; p. 172, 11. 2, 6, 9, 
12, 16, 20, 24, 29, 32, 35, 38, 41, 45 ; 
p. 173, 11. 3, 6, 9, 13, 16, 32, 37; p. 
174, 11. 8, 22, 26; p. 175, 11. 1, 6, 
11, 16, 20, 23, 29, 38, 43; p. 176, 11. 
5, 8, 12, 16, 19, 32, 42 ; p. 177, 11. 
5, 9, 25 

Abdv, Antony Thomas, June 9, 1738 

— 'Stotherd, June 15, 1745 

— Sir William, bart., father of An- 
tony Thomas A., p. 90, 1. 38 

— Sir William, bart., father of 
Stotherd A., p. 115, 1. 35 

Abel, Mr, private tutor in the family 
of Baron Braco, p. 144, 1. 28 

Abson, John, father of Samuel A., p. 
89, 1. 32 

— Samuel, March 27, 1738 
Acherley, Eichard, 16 June, 1719 

— Thomas, father of Bichard A., p. 
19, 1. 26 

Ackland, Thomas, April 29, 1760 

— William, father of Thomas A., p. 
157, 1. 31 

Adams, George, father of George A., 
p. 6, 1. 6 



Adams, George, 23 May, 1716 
May 24, 1737 

— John, D.D., Provost of King's 
Coll. Cambridge, p. 16, 1. 37 

D.D., Master of Sidney College, 

p. 71, 1. 35 
June 1, 1753 ; p. 140, 1. 27 

— Robert, father of George A., p. 86, 
1.44 

— Samuel, father of John A. , p. 140, 
1. 23 

Adcock, Mr, master of Oakham school, 

p. 48, 1. 40; p. 49, 1. 37; p. 56, 1. 39 ; 

p. 59, 1. 26 ; p. 66, 1. 22 ; p. 69, 1. 31 ; 

p. 77, 1. 27; p. 80, 1. 23 ; p. 86, 1. 31 ; 

p. 88, 11. 21, 35; p. 91, 1. 43; p. 94, 

1. 33; p. 104, 1. 23; p. 109, 1. 14; p. 

115, 1. 32; p. 116, 1. 17; p. 117, 1. 

19; p. 118, 1. 22; p. 129, 1. 23; p. 

139, 1. 16; p. 140, 1. 2; p. 144, 1. 24 
Adderton, Hill, father of Samuel A., 

p. 147, 1. 34 

— Samuel, Feb. 20, 1756 
Addison, Mr, master of Sherbourn 

school, Yorkshire, p. 86, 11. 20, 24; 
p. 102, 1. 5 

— Mr, master of Urswick school, 
Lancashire, p. 96, 1. 14 

Agur, Thomas, father of William A., 
p. 61, 1. 4 

— WilUam, June 27, 1729 
Ainsworth, Mr, master of Corhampton 

school, Hants, p. 8, 1. 29 

— Henry, March 16, 1758 

— John, father of Thomas A., p. 93, 
1. 14 

— Richard, father of Henry A., p. 
152, 1. 28 

— Thomas, March 14, 173f 
Alcock, Mr, master of Burnsall school, 

Yorkshire, p. 69, 1. 39 

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180 



INDEX. 



Alcock, Christopher, Jan. 12, 175^ 

— John, father of Eobert A., p. 72, 
1.21 

father of Christopher A., p. 

133, 1. 30 

— Peter, father of Wilham A., p. 65, 
1.10 

— Eobert, May 12, 1733 

— William, Jan. 11, 173? 

Alder oft, Mr, private tutor at Chester, 

p. 112, 1. 19 
Aldridge, Stephen, father of Stephen A., 
p. 159, 1. 36 

March 19, 1671 ; Jan. 30, 1765 

Alkin, Thomas, father of Thomas 
Verrier A., p. 169, 1. 19 

Verrier, Oct. 11, 1764 

Allen, Mr, master of Chelsea school, 
p. 151, 1. 16 

master of Macclesfield school, 

p. 58, 1. 22 

master of Newport school, 

Essex, p. 21, 1. 2; p. 47, 1. 80 

— Cuthbert, June 20, 1738 

— George, May 10, 1738 

— James, June 19, 1751 

— John, father of William A., p. 51, 
1.32 

father of Cuthbert A., p. 91, 1. 8 

father of Philip A., p. 106, 1. 32 

father of John Towers A., p. 

162, 1. 16 
Towers, March 22, 1762; Nov. 

17, 1766 

— Oswald, father of James A., p. 
135, 1. 5 

*— Philip, June 29, 1742; p. 129, 1. 
16 (Mr); p. 130, 1. 22; p. 135, 1. 7; 
p. 138, 1. 31 ; p. 143, 1. 19 ; p. 146, 
1. 42 ; p. 154, 1. 30 

— Thomas, father of George A., p. 
90, 1. 15 

— William, Jan. 17, 172f 
Allenson, Allan, father of Gilbert A., 

p. 60, 11. 12, 13 

— E(dward), deputy Dean of Jesus 
Coll. Cambridge, p. 166, 1. 36 

— Gilbert, June 3, 1729 
Allgood, Crow, Oct. 13, 1727 

— James, father of Crow A., p. 55, 
1.25 

♦Allot, AUott, Mr, p. 11, 1. 34; p. 38, 
1. 11 

— Bryan, father of Bryan A., p. 
148, 1. 14 

March 31, 1756 

Allott, James, June 8, 1741 

— John, June 19, 1754 

— Eobert, formerly Fellow of St 
John's, and father of James A., p. 
102, 1. 17 



Allott, Eobert, father of John A., p.. 

143, 1. 14 
Almond, Mr, master of Derby school,. 

p. 132, 1. 17 ; p. 142, 1. 31 
Altham, James, father of Peyton A.^ 

p. 2, 1. 35 

father of James A., p. 7, 1. 22 

♦ 12 September, 1716 

— Peyton, 8 Nov. 1715 

Alvis, Andrew, father of Andrew A., 

p. 47, 1. 40 
* Dec. 18, 1725; p. 74,1. 32 (Mr); 

p. 79, 1. 33 ; p. 85, 1. 34 ; p. 99, 1. 42 ; 

p. 117, 1. 35 
Amory, Eobert, March 23, 174| 
Andrew, John, March 27, 1732 

— Eobert, father of John A., p. 69, 

I. 25 

Andrews, Mr, master of Leicester 
school, p. 115, 11. 20, 47 ; p. 117, 1. 
40; p. 120, 11. 7, 30; p. 139,1. 2 

— Henry, July 9, 1765 

father of Henry A., p. 171, L 

25 
Annesley, Francis, father of Martin A., 

p. 18, 1. 30 
21 May, 1719 

— Martin, 20 May, 1719 
•Anstey, Dr, p. 1, 1. 21; p. 2, 11. 20, 

23, 30, 38, 45; p. 3, 11. 3, 6, 17, 21, 
31,34, 44; p. 4, 11. 7, 23, 41, 45; 
p. 5, 11. 8, 13, 26, 29, 36, 40; p. 6, 

II. 7, 10, 17, 21, 30, 41 ; p. 7, 1. 20 
*— Christopher, March 26, 1728 

— ^ James (?), father of Christopher 
A., p. 56, 1. 10 

Ansty, James, father of Thomas A., p. 
62, 1. 17 

— Thomas, March 30, 1730 
Appleton, Mr, master of Wem school, 

Salop, p. 59, 1. 35 ; p. 69, 1. 23 ; p. 
118, 1. 42 ; p. 119, 11. 30, 35, 38 

— Mr, master of Wrexham school, p.^ 
19,1.28; p. 20. 1. 29; p. 39,1.23; 
p. 41, 1. 11 

— John, father of John A., p. 114, 
1.1 

July 7, 1744 

Archer, Benjamin, father of Gilbert 
Edward A., p. 8, 1. 16 

— Gilbert Edward, 26 October, 1716 
♦— Myles, 19 June, 1717; p. 36, 1. 41 

(Dominus) p. 37, 1. 42; p. 79, 1. 1 
(Mr) 

— Eichard, father of Myles A., p. 10, 
1.43 

Arderne, John, March 25, 1728 

— Eichard, father of John A., p. 56, 
1.4 

Armstrong, Archibald, father of John 
A., p. 103, 1. 33 



1 See Notes and Queries, Sixth Series, ir. 324. 



INDEX. 



181 



I 



Armstrong, Daniel, 6 March, 171| 

— John, Oct. 10, 1741 

— Thomas, father of Daniel A., p. 3, 
1. 18 

Armytage, Christopher, father of John 
A., p. 46, 1. 39 

— Sir John, bart., p. 46, 1. 40 

— John, June 26, 1725 

Arnald, Richard, father of William A., 

p. 162, 1. 28 
♦— William, May 8, 1762 
Arnold, John, father of William A, 

p. 108, 1. 45 

— WiUiam, May 28, 1743 
Ascham, Dingley, father of Robert A., 

p. 15, 1. 9 

— Robert, 12 June, 1718 

Ashby, Edmund, father of George A., 

p. 100, 1. 23 
♦— George, Nov. 1, 1740; p. 137, 1. 11 

(Mr); p. 144,1.3 
Ashburnell, Mr, master of Bolton 

school, Lancashire, p. 96, 1. 42 
Ashcroft, John, father of Thomas A., 

p. 139, 1. 15 
*— Thomas, Oct. 27, 1752 
Ashe, Mr, master of Glapham school, 

Yorkshire, p. 6, 1. 10 
Ashton, Aaron, father of James A., p. 

114, 1. 17 

— Charles, Master of Jesus Coll. 
Cambridge, p. 60, L 4 

— Francis, father of John A., p. 94, 
1.47 

— James, Oct. 30, 1744 

— John, June 26, 1739 

Askew, Mr, master of St Paul's school, 
London, p. 2, 1. 44 

— Antony, father of Antony A., p. 4, 
1 32 

— — 19 May, 1716 

Aspinhall, Mr, master of Bedford 

school, p. 17, 1. 2 
Aspinwall, Edward, father of Ireland 

A., p. 31, 1. 14 

— Ireland, Nov. 22, 1721 
Assheton, William, B.D., Rector of 

Prestwick (-h), Lancashire, p. 15, 1. 
24 
Astley, Asteley, Mr, Head-master of 
Repton school, p. Ill, 1. 5 ; p. 115, 
1. 24; p. 122, 1. 21; p. 135, 1. 32; p. 
143, 1. 46; p. 144, 1. 2; p. 149,1. 15; 
p. 151, L 12; p. 165, 1. 20; p. 169, 
1.31 

— Walter, father of William A., p. 
67, 1. 46 

— William, July 3, 1731 
Atherton, John, father of John A., p. 

150, 1. 4 

Oct. 19, 1756 

Atkinson, Mr, master of Macclesfield 
school, p. 150, 1. 5 



Atkinson, Adam, June 10, 1751 

— Christopher, May 29, 1759 

— Richard, July 1, 1726 

— Simeon, father of Richard A., p. 
50, 1. 12 

— Wilham, father of Adam A., p. 
135, 1. 1 

Austen, Thomas, father of Thomas A., 

p. 97, 1. 43 

June 21, 1740 

Austin, Daniel, father of Daniel A., 

p. 65, 1. 37 
♦ April 2, 1731; p. 114, 1. 37 

(Mr); p. 115, 1. 28; p. 122, 1. 35 

— Richard, father of Richard A., p. 
47, 1. 37 

Dec. 9, 1725 

Aveling, Thomas, May 11, 1767 

— G. (William?), father of William 
A., p. 157, 1. 41 

— William, May 13, 1760 
Aynscough, Radley, father of Thomas 

A., p. 78, 1. 41 

— Ains-, Thomas, Oct. 31, 1734 ; Feb. 
9, 173| (A. B.) 

Ayscough, Dr, Head-master of St 
Paul's school, London, p. 30, 1. 25 

Backhouse, Joseph, June 13, 1751 

— Richard, father of Joseph B., p. 
135, 1. 8 

Bacon, Mr, master of Grantham school, 
p. 79, 1. 37; p. 103, 1. 9; p. 109, 1. 
27; p. 115, 1. 40; p. 125, L 28; p. 
143,1.1; p. 171, 1.26 

— Michael, father of Michael B., 
p. 123, 1. 25 

• Oct. 31, 1747; p. 155, 1. 26 

(Mr); p. 158, 1. 31 
Bagshaw, Richard, father of Richard 
B., p. 42, 1. 12 

June 29, 1724 

father of William B., p. 67, 

1.38 

— William, July 1, 1731 
Bainbridge, Edward, 1 May, 1717 

— Henry, father of Edward B., p. 9, 
1. 39 

father of Henry B., p. 45, 1. 46 

May 22, 1725 

♦Baker, Mr, p. 19, 1. 1; p. 21, 1. 30; 
p. 46, 1. 37 (Dr) 

— Mr, master of Pocklington school, 
Yorkshire, p. 21, 1. 22; p. 31, 1. 12; 
p. 53, U. 18, 21 

— Edward, father of Thomas B., 
p. 83, 1. 12 

— Ferdinando, July 4, 1721 

— Francis, father of Ferdinando and 
George B., p. 24, 1. 14; p. 30, 1. 7 

— George, June 21, 1720 

father of George B., p. 98, 1. 6 

June 27, 1740 



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INDEX. 



Baker, Thomas, father of Thomas B., 
p. 76, 1. 36 

June 20, 1734 

May 12, 1736 

Balderstone, John, Master of Em- 
manuel College, p. 2, 1. 16 
Balguy, Charles, July 5, 1725 

— Henry, father of Charles B., p. 47, 
1.15 

— John, father of Thomas B., p. 76, 
1.9 

*— Thomas, May 28, 1734; p. 118, 
1. 39 (Mr); p. 121, 1. 35; p. 167, 1. 30 
(Dr) 

Ball, David, March 20, 1759 

— James, June 29, 1738 

— John, father of Nathaniel B., p. 81, 
1.25 

father of James B., p. 91, 1. 42 

— Jonathan, father of David B., 
p. 154, 1. 39 

— Nathaniel, Oct. 27, 1735 

— Samuel, Jan. 5, 172^ 

— Thomas, D.D., father of Samuel 
B., p. 43, 1. 35 

Fellow of Trinity College, Ox- 
ford, p. 69, 1. 15 
Ballfell, Mr, master of Hawkshard 

(-head) school, p. 10, 1. 45 
Bamforth, George, father of George 
B.,p. 57, 1. 43 

July 5, 1728 

Bankes, Mr, master of Appleby school, 
Westmoreland, p. 19, 1. 9 

— Langley, father of Sutton B., 
p. 103, 1. 8 

— Sutton, July 3, 1741 

— William, father of William B., 
p. 8, 1. 12 

— William, 27 September, 1716 
Barber, Mr, master of Kip(p)on school, 

Yorkshire, p. 63, 1. 44 

— George, May 12, 1722 

— John, A.B. of St John's Coll. 
Oxford, Dec. 1, 1747 

father of Samuel B., p. 47, 

1. 18 

— Samuel, July 6, 1725 

— William, father of George B., 
p. 32, 1. 20 

Barbor, George, Feb. 17, 174f ; Nov. 19, 

1747 
. — Bobert, father of George B., p. 121, 

1.21 
Barker, Eobert, father of William B., 

p. 130, 1. 3 
June 27, 1754 

— Thomas, father of Robert B., 
p. 143, 1. 32 

— William, father of William B., 
p. 67, 1. 6 

June 5, 1731 

June 30, 1749 



Barlow, John, father of John B.,p. 121, 
1 39 

— — April 10, 1747 

Barnard, Mr, master of Harpenden 
school, Herts., p. 61, 1. 37; p. 64, 
1. 37 

— Mr, master of Harden (? Henley in 
Arden) school, Warwickshire, p. 109, 
1. 37 

* — Mr, Fellow of St John's and 
Head-master of Eton, p. 145, 1. 12 ; 
p. 146, 1. 16; p. 149, 11. 11 (Dr), 
27; p. 153, 11. 2.S, 32; p. 154, 11. 19, 
29; p. 156, 1. 2; p. 157, 11. 8, 12; 
p. 158, 1. 28; p. 159, 1. 30; p. 161, 

I. 41; p. 162, U. 33, 38; p. 163, 

II. 1, 25; p. 164, 11. 19. 22, 42; 
p. 166, 1. 4; p. 169, 1. 17; p. 170, 
11. 4, 10; p. 172, 11. 19, 31, 34; 
p. 173, 11. 15, 24; p. 174, 11. 30, 33 

*— Edward, June 4, 1735; p. 113, 
11. 13 (Mr), 23; p. 125, 1. 18; p. 130, 
1. 5; p. 138, 1. 32 (Mr B. sen.); 
p. 141, 1. 13; p. 145, 1. 16; p. 146, 
1.37; p. 147,1. 19; p. 150,1. 10 

— George, father of Edward B., p. 
80, 1. 8 

father of Thomas B., p. 98, 1.36 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., 
p. 87, 1. 14 

* June 24, 1737; p. 144, 1. 9 

July 1, 1740 

Barnes, Benjamin, May 25, 1763 

— Edward, father of Benjamin B., 
p. 165, 1. 11 

Baron, John, Master of Balliol Coll. 

Oxford, p. 34, 1. 23 
Barrel, Francis, father of Francis B., 

p. 41, 1. 31 

May 26, 1724 

Barret, Mr, private tutor at Canterbury, 

p. 130, 1. 8 

— John, father of William B., p. 46, 
1. 18 

— William, June 5, 1725 

— Mr, master of Ashford School, 
Kent, p. 151, 1. 35 

Barrett, Paul, father of William B., 
p. 104, 1. 39 

— WiUiam, Feb. 9, 174^ 

Barrel, William, father of William B., 
p. 139, 1. 18 

Oct. 3, 1752 

Barrow, Mr, master of Manchester 
school, p. 17, 1. 25; p. 26, 1. 14; 
p. 37, 1. 21 
Barry, George, father of Willoughby 
B., p. 21, 1. 5 
-- Nicholas, 12 April, 1718 

— Bichard, father of Nicholas B., 
p. 13, 1. 18 

father of Richard B., p 111, 

I 9 



INDEX. 



183 



Barry, Richard, Feb, 29, 174| 

— Willoughby, 10 September, 1719 

— Mr, master of Warminster school, 
Wilts., p. 13, 1. 19; p. Ill, 1. 10 

Barton, James, March 24, 173| 

— Ralph, father of James B., p. 89, 
1. 30 

Baskervyle, John, father of John B., 

p. 43, 1. 12 

Oct. 10, 1724 

Basket, Mr, master of Pocklington 

school, Yorkshire, p. 153, 1. 13; 

p. 155, L 10; p. 173,1.21 

— iJohn, late Fellow of St John's 
(B.A. 170f , elected Fellow, 1707), 
father of John B., p. 70, 1. 29 

June 10, 1732 

Baskett, John, father of Kingsman B., 
p. 96, 1. 27 

June 23, 1764 

♦— Kingsman, April 21, 1740; p. 125, 
1. 28 (Mr); p. 141, 11. 8, 18; p. 143, 
1. 23 

— Samuel, father of William B., 
p. 141, 1. 7 

father of John B., p. 168, 1. 25 

A.B. of Christ Church, Oxford, 

p. 80, 1. 37 

— WiUiam, June 28, 1753 
Batcheller, Paul, father of Paul B., 

p. 57, 1. 30 

June 28, 1728 

*Bate, Mr James, p. 54, 1. 31 ; p. 56, 
1. 35 

— Chambers, Nov. 11, 1741; Jan. 
16, 174| 

— John, July 1, 1727 

— Julius, July 1, 1727 

— Richard, father of John and Julius 
B., p. 54, 1. 29 

— William, father of Chambers B,, 
p. 104, 1. 22 

Bateman, Thomas, Sept. 12, 1754 
father of Winn B., p. 66, 1. 

30 
*— Winn, May 20, 1731; p. 118, 1. 31 

(Mr); p. 144,1. 18 
* — Mr, master of Sedbergh school, 

p. 120, 1. 11; p. 123, 1. 26; p. 124, 

I. 26; p. 125, U. 5, 21; p. 127, 1. 39; 
p. 130, 11. 13, 17, 22, 37; p. 132, 

II. 13, 38; p. 133,1. 31; p. 135,1. 36; 
p. 136, 1. 26; p. 137, 1. 20; p. 142, 
11. 9, 26; p. 143, 1. 15; p. 144, 1. 6; 
p. 145, 1. 15; p. 146, 1. 40; p. 148, 

I. 42; p. 149, 11. 35, 38; p. 151, 

II. 4, 38; p. 154, 1. 16; p. 156, 11. 5, 
15, 18; p. 159, 1. 23; p. 161, 1. 5; 
p. 162, 1. 46; p. 163, 1. 14; p. 165, 
1. 16; p. 166, 1. 9; p. 167, 1. 9; 
p. 168, 1. 35; p. 169, 1. 6 (Dr); 



p. 170, 1. 17; p. 171,1. 39; p. 172, 

1. 5; p. 173,11. 12, 31 
Bates, Mr, master of Ashford school, 

Kent, p. 18, 1. 7; p. 116, 1. 26 (Mr 

Bate) 
Bateson, Robert Devereux, father of 

Robert B., p. 144, 1. 30 

Nov. 25, 1754; p. 144, 1. 86 

Batt, G. (William?), father of William 

B., p. 70, 1. 39 

— William, June 22, 1732 

— G. (William?), father of William 
B., p. 159, 1. 29 

— WilUam, Feb. 16, 1761 
Batteley, Waldegrave, June 24, 1767 
Battersby, Mr, master of North Lever- 
ton school, Notts., p. 19, 1. 34 

— John, father of Thomas B. , p. 19, 
1. 33 

— Thomas, June 25, 1719 
Batty, John, June 5, 1742 

— William, father of William B., 
p. 86, 1. 22 

April 28, 1737 

father of John B., p. 105, L 28 

Baxter, John, Jan. 21, 172| 

— Robert, father of John B., p. 39, 
1. 22 

Bayley, Benjamin, July 1, 1727 

— Richard, father of Benjamin B., 
p. 54, 1. 26 

Beach, Benjamin, father of William 
B., p. 65, 1. 6 

— William, Dec. 12, 1730 
Beadles, Thomas, father of Thomas 

B., p. 17, 1. 1 

Nov. 5, 1718 

*Beadon, Edward, April 2, 1744; 

p. 184, 1. 21 (Mr); p. 135, 1. 32; 

p. 141, 11. 9, 22, 40; p. 143, 1. 80; 

p. 149, 1. 25; p. 164, 1. 31; p. 173, 

1. 42 
♦— Richard, April 30, 1754 

— Robert, father of Edward B., p. 
Ill, 1. 25 

father of Richard B., p. 142, 

1. 83 
Bean, Reginald, father of Reginald B., 
p. 124, 1. 7 

Jan. 29, 174| 

Beanlands, George, April 10, 1717 

— Joseph, father of George B., p. 9, 

1. 13 

Beatniffe, John, father of Samuel B., 
p. 28, L 83 

— Samuel, June 29, 1721 
Beavoir, Beauvoir, Mr, master of Can- 
terbury school, p. 136, 11. 6, 22 ; p. 
137, 1. 7; p. 145, 1. 42; p. 146,11. 

2, 5; p. 148, 1. 8 {bis) ; p. 149, 1. 8; 
p. 150, 1. 14; p. 151, 1. 27; p. 152, 



1 We ought to read Samuel, according to Orad. Cemt. and HitL of St John'*. 



184 



INDEX. 



U. 33,37; p. 161, 1. 13; p. 164, 1. 
46; p. 171,1. 6; p. 177,1. 20 
*Beauvoir, Osmund, Oct. 26, 1738 ; p. 
120, 1. 26 (Mr Beavoir) ; p. 122, 1. 
22; p. 132, 1. 6 

— William, father of Osmond B., 
p. 92, 1. 26 

Becher, Edward, father of William B., 

p. 158, 1. 16 
*— William, June 12, 1760 ; Sept. 28, 

1763 ; p. 166, 1. 31 
Bedford, Hilkiah, father of John and 

William B., p. 32, L 35; p. 51, 1. 16 
father of Thomas B., p. 41, 

1.7 

— John, between Oct. 28 and Dec. 
1, 1726 

— Thomas, May 5, 1724 

father of WiUiam B., p. 12, 1. 7 

Feb. 14, 1758; Jan. 15, 1762 

— William, July 22, 1717 
May 29, 1722 

father of Thomas B., p. 152, 

1.19 
^Bedingfield, James, father of Philip 
B.,p. 74,1.40 

— PhiUp, Jan. 17, 173|; Oct. 9, 1735 
Beeke, Christopher, June 27, 1726 

— Henry, father of Christopher B., 
p. 50, 1. 5 

Bee van, Richard, father of Eichard B., 

p. 56, 1. 36 

Nov. 4, 1727 

Belcher, Samuel, father of Stringer 

B., p. 151, 1. 34 

— Stringer, June 28, 1757 
Belgrave, Cornelius, B.A. Trin. Coll. 

Oxford, p. 48, 1. 6 

— Con, (June, by error in Register 
for) July 22, 1723 

— Cornelius, father of Con B., p. 38, 
1.28 

— George, Oct. 14, 1765 

— Jeremiah, father of George B. , p. 
171, L 41 

Bell, John, Dec. 22, 1741; Feb. 13, 
174i 

— Matthew, father of John Bell, p. 
104, 1. 31 

father of Samuel B., p. 122, 1. 

33 

— Ralph, father of Ralph B., p. 95, 
1.37 

Oct. 13, 1739 

— Samuel, June 5, 1747 
Bellamy, Edward, father of Edward 

B., p. 40, 1. 16 
March 20, 172| 

— George, May 19, 1722 

— Robert, father of George B., p. 32, 
1.30 



Bellinger, Francis, father of John 
Edward B., p. 21, 1. 36 

— John Edward, January 21, 17^f 
Belsham, Mr, master of Hitchin(g) 

school, Herts., p. 30, 1. 17 
Belton, Samuel, father of Samuel B., 

p. 72, 1. 15 

April 18, 1733 

Bennet, Mr, master of Hoddesden 

school, Herts., p. 128, 1. 31 ; p. 132, 

1. 2; p. 148,1.30 

— James, father of James B., p. 142, 
1. 16 

March 7, 1754 

♦Benson, Edward, Oct. 14, 1740; p. 
136, 1. 6 (Mr) 

— John, June 19, 1740 

father of Edward B., p. 99, 

1.36 

— William, father of John B., p. 97, 
1. 39 

*Bentham, Edmund, April 3, 1735 

— Geoffrey, April 15, 1738 

— Samuel, father of Thomas B., p. 
70, 1. 22 

father of Edmund B., p. 79, 

1. 17 

— — father of Geoffrey B., p. 90, 1. 3 

— Thomas, June 10, 1732 
♦Beresford, Edward, June 8, 1717; p. 

83, 1. 17 (Mr) 

* July 2, 1752; p. 155, 1. 33 (Mr); 

p. 158, 1. 14; p. 160, 1. 19; p. 165, 
1. 20; p. 168, 1. 13 

— James, father of Edward B., p. 10, 
1. 37 

— John, father of Edward B., p. 138, 
1. 37 

father of William B., p. 153, 

1. 5 
•— William, May 10, 1758 
Berkshire, Earl of, p. 93, 1. 42 
Bernard, Mr, master of Harden (? Har- 

penden) school, Herts., p. 117, 1. 22; 

p. 119, 1. 10 
— , Barnard, Mr, master of Leeds 

school, p. 4, 1. 30; p. 24, 1. 44; p. 

87, 11. 12, 16; p. 101, 11. 16, 30; p. 

119, 1. 27; p. 125,1. 18 

♦— Doviinus, p. 19, 1. 13; p. 23, 1. 11; 
p. 34, 1. 33 (Mr); p. 80, 1. 13; p. 

120, 1. 12; p. 122, 1. 38; p. 123, 1. 
27; p. 125, 1.5 

— James, father of James B., p. 136, 
1. 33 

— — Dec. 31, 1751 

— Roger, father of Roger B., p. 161, 
1. 1 

July 27, 1761 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., p. 
105, 1. 10 



1 Bedingfield (sic) is the proper spelling. 



INDEX. 



185 



Bernard, Thomas, April 21, 1742 
♦Berry, Dr, p. 12, 1. 23; p. 38, 1. 22 
Bertie, Charles, father of Charles B., 
p. 137, 1. 16 

March 12, 1752; May 31, 1754 

father of Mountague B., p. 

145, 1. 26 

— Mountague, Feb. 5, 1755 

Best, William, Fellow of BaUiol Coll. 
Oxford, p. 34, 1. 28 

— Mr, master of Kidderminster 
school, p. 2, 1. 22 

— John, father of Major B., p. 16, 1. 10 

— Major, June 28, 1718 
Beswicke, Charles, father of John B., 

p. 172, 1. 26 

— John, Feb. 28, 1766 

Bethel, Samuel, A.B. Wadham Coll. 

Oxford, July 3, 1761 
Bettinson, George, April 4, 1716 

— Thomas, father of George B., p. 
3, 1. 32 

Betts, John, Fellow of University Col- 
lege, Oxford, p. 144, 1. 43 

father of John B., p. 30, 1. 16 

August 28, 1721 

— Trubshaw, father of Trubshaw 
B., p. 42, L 38 

July 10, 1724 

Bever, Samuel, father of Samuel B., 

p. 104, 1. 29 

Nov. 26, 1741 

Bewick, Mr, master of Hexham school, 

Northumberland, p. 7, 1. 19 
Biby, Mr, master of Carrington school, 

Bedfordshire, p. 20, 1. 41 
Bickmer, Mr, master of the Free 

school, Norwich, p. 120, 1. 23 
Biddel, John, A.M. New Coll. Oxford, 

p. 20, 1. 7 
Bindlesse, Mr, private tutor in the 

family of F. Baker, Esq., p. 24, 1. 

16; p. 30, 1. 9 

— Antony, father of Roger B., p. 24, 
1. 18 

— Roger, June 21, 1720 
Bingham, James, April 24, 1754 

— John, father of James B., p. 142, 
L 29 

Birbeach, Edward, father of Edward 
B., p. 74, 1. 24 

♦1 Nov. 7, 1733 

Birbeck, Charles, June 27, 1730 

— Christopher, father of Charles B., 
p. 63, 1.43 

— , Burbeck, Mr, master of Pockling- 
ton school, Yorkshire, p. 143, 1. 18; 
p. 145, 1. 38 

— Mr, master of Wigton school, 
Cumberland, p. 69, 1. 46 ; p. 70, 1. 4 



Bird, John, father of John B., p. 32, 
1. 9 
April 20, 1722 

— Samuel, father of Samuel B., p. 
116, 1. 11 

June 26, 1745 

Birket, 2 John, A. B., Queen's Coll. 
Oxford, June 24, 1729 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., p. 
41, 1. 35 

April 15, 1724 

Bishop, Elizabeth, mother of William 
B., p. 177, 1. 10 

— Henry, father of William B., p. 
177, L 10 

— Ralph, father of Ralph B., p. 108, 
1.26 

May 4, 1743 

— William, August 3, 1767 
Black, Mr, master of a private school 

at Chiswick, Middlesex, p. 143, 11. 

36, 42 
Blackborn, John, father of John B., 

p. 71, 1. 41 

Nov. 24, 1732 

Blackwell, Mr, master of Derby school, 

p. 3, 1. 40; p. 16, 1. 6 ; p. 17, U. 35, 

45 ; p. 27, 1. 32 
Blagden, Bragg, April 14, 1735 

— George, father of Bragg B., p. 79, 
1. 28 

Blake, Andrew, father of Patrick B., 
p. 158, 1. 40 

— Patrick, Aug. 18, 1760 

Bland, Dr, Head-master of Eton, p. 

38,1. 17; p. 39, 1. 36; p. 48, 1. 4; 

p. 55, 1. 41 ; p. 56, 1. 2 
Blayney, Cadwallader, Baron Mona- 

ghan, father of Charles B. , p. 68, 1. 17 

— Charles, July 30, 1731 ; March 31, 
1733 ; p. 68, 1. 22 

Bleasdall, Giles, father of Lawrence 
B., p. 113, 1. 32 

— 3 Lawrence, July 2, 1744 
Blount, George, Jan. 16, 174| 

— Richard, father of George B., p. 
110, 1. 36 

Blyth, Mr, master of Hull school, p. 

106, 1. 37 
Boardman, John, April 16, 1736 

— Thomas, father of John B. , p. 82, 
1.32 

Bogden, James, father of James B., 
p. 53, 1. 13 

May 26, 1727 

Bold, Robert, April 4, 1723 

— Thomas, father of Robert B., p. 
36, 1. 39 

Bolland, John, father of Thomas B., 
p. 41, 1. 16 



1 Elected Fellow, April 9, 1739, as E. Birbeck (tic). 

» The first Johnian name (3rd) in the Mathematical Tripos, 174^. 



s See note in Register. 



186 



INDEX. 



Bolland, Thomas, May 18, 1724 
Bolton, Mr, master of Ipswich school, 
p. 110, 1. 14 

— Edward, p. 51, 1, 7 

— Kichard, father of Bichard B., p. 
3,1. 7 

February 13, 171f 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., p. 
149, 1. 40 

July 6, 1756 

Bonwiok, Mr, master of Headley 

school, p. 5, 1. 35 
Bonwicke, Ambrose, father of James 

B., p. 12, 1. 21 

— James, October 12, 1717 

Boot, Joseph, father of Walkingham 
B., p. 157, 1. 44 

— Walkingham, May 27, 1760 
Booth, Charles, father of Charles B., 

p. 147, 1. 25 

Jan. 15, 1756 

Boothby, Brooke, father of Brooke B., 
p. 160, 1. 17 

June 19, 1761 

Borron, Arthur, May 27, 1734 

— John, father of Arthur B., p. 76, 
1.5 

Borwick, John, father of Roger B., 
p. 44, 1. 20 

— Roger, March 23, 172| 
Bostock, Charles, Nov. 4, 1728 

— John, father of Charles B. , p. 58, 
1.21 

Boston, William, Baron, father of Hon. 

F. Irby, p. 177, 1. 16 
Bosvile, Godfrey, Nov. 25, 1734 ; Nov. 

3, 1735 

— William, father of Godfrey B., 
p. 79, 1. 3 

Boswell, Dillingham, Oct. 23, 1723 

— John, father of Dillingham B., 
p. 39, 1. 7 

— Samuel, father of Samuel B., 
p. 171, 1. 17 

July 5, 1765 

Bosworth, Edward, father of Edward 
B., p. 42, 1. 6 

June 22, 1724 

Boughton, Henry, Feb. 22, 172? 

— James, July 22, 1758 

— Le Neve, father of Henry B., p. 26, 
1, 27 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., 
p. 16, 1. 25 

Sep. 26, 1718 

father of James B., p. 153, 1. 36 

Bourne, John, April 3, 1742 

— Laurence, father of William B., 
p. 80, 1. 8 

— Odadiah (sic), father of John B., 
p. 105, 1. 3 

— William, between May 26 and 
June 4, 1735 



Bowen, Thomas, Feb. 12, 1762 

— William, June 25, 1722; p. 33, 
1.42 

Bower, Francis, father of Francis B., 

p. 42, 1. 25 

June 29, 1724 

Bowes, George, father of William B., 

p. 18, 1. 9 

— William, April 18, 1719 
Bowler, Mr, master of New College 

school, Oxford, p. 65, 1. 38 
Bowles, J. (in Grad. Cant., George), 

Dean of Arts, and Fellow of King's, 

p. 85, 1. 5 
Bowling, John, Oct. 28, 1735 

— William, father of John B., p. 81, 
1. 33 

Bowry, John, May 28, 1765 

— Samuel, father of John B. , p. 170, 
1. 28 

Bowser, Richard, Jan. 29, 1753 

— Thomas, father of Richard B., 
p. 139, 1. 30 

*Bowtell, Mr, p. 13, 1. 6; p. 17, 1. 3 

(Dr) ; p. 22, 1. 9 
Bowyer, William, father of William B. , 
p. 5, 1. 34 

June 19, 1716 

Boys, James, father of James B., 
p. 77, 1. 44 
July 2, 1734 

— Joseph, father of Joseph B. , p. 64, 
1. 16 

July 1, 1730 

— Richard, father of Richard B., 
p. 128, 1. 36 

May 16, 1749 

Brace, Edward, June 27, 1743 

— John, father of Edward B., p. 109, 
1. 29 

Braco, Baron, p. 144, 1. 26 
Bradbury, Mr, master of Slaidburn 

school, Yorkshire, p. 42, 1. 23; p. 73, 

1.31 
♦Bradfield, Mr, p. 5, 1. 12; p. 9, 1. 15 ; 

p. 10, 1. 27; p. 13,1. 12; p. 14, 1.6; 

p. 18, 1. 41; p. 20, 1. 33; p. 24, 1. 20; 

p. 25, 1. 3; p. 30, 11. 13, 40 

— Mr, master of Corby school, Lin- 
colnshire, p. 45, 1. 37 

— Mr, master of Peterborough school, 
p. 53, 1. 8 ; p. 62, 1. 27 ; p. 74, 1. 35 ; 
p. 82, 1. 5 

Bradford, Mr, master of Southill 

school, Beds., p. 47, 1. 19 
Bradley, John, June 24, 1727 ; p. 54, 

1. 11 
Bradshaw, Mr, master of Houghton 

Itegis school, Bedfordshire, p. 91, 

1. 18 

— James, July 5, 1716 

— William, father of James B., p. 7, 
10 



INDEX. 



187 



Brage, Robert, April 17, 1719 

— WiUiam, fatherofEobertB.,p.l8, 
1. 3 

— G. (William?), father of William 
B.,p. 55, 1. 11 

— William, Sept. 26, 1727 

Brand, Jacob, father of Jacob B., p. 4, 
1.13 

May 9, 1716 

Branfoot, John, May 22 (?), 1725 

— Robert, father of John B. , p. 46, 1. 1 
Bransby, James, father of James B., 

p. 149, 1. 10 

June 16, 1756 

Branston, John, father of Joseph B., 
p. 14, 1. 3 

— Joseph, April 24, 1718 

— Richard, July 5, 1731 

— William, father of Richard B., 
p. 68, 1. 7 

Brathwaite, Gawen, father of Reginald 

B., p. 146, 1. 28 
*— 1 Reginald, May 31, 1755; p. 162, 

1. 46 (Mr) 
Brearcliffe, John, June 7, 1728 

father of John B., p. 57, 1. 14 

Breton, Moyle, father of Robert B., 

p. 116, 1. 25 

— Robert, June 29, 1745 

Brett, Mr, master of Seaming school, 
Norfolk, p. 99, 1. 10 

— William, father of William B., 
p. 30, 1. 41 

Oct. 17, 1721 

Brewster, Richard, March 24, 173|^ 

— Thomas, father of Richard B., 
p. 79, 1. 13 

Brice, John, A.B. St Mary's HaU, 

Oxford, June 27, 1741 
Brickdal, John, Fellow of Jesus Coll., 

Oxford, p. 29, 1. 17 
Bridgeman, Robert, father of Robert 

B., p. 83, 1. 37 

June 10, 1736 

Bridges, Lord Henry, Feb. 1, 172| 

— Joseph, March 15, 173| ; Oct. 14, 
1734 

— Michael, father of Michael B., 
p. 87, 1. 11 

June 23, 1737 

— Thomas, father of Joseph B., 
p. 75, 1. 8 

— William, father of William B., 
p. 4, 1. 28 

May 16, 1716 

Bright, Thomas, father of Thomas B., 
p. 60, 1. 19 

June 6, 1729 

Brinkley, John, Jan. 18, 174^ 

— William, father of John B., p. 117, 
1. 33 



Briscoe, Benjamin, father of Benjamin 
B.,p. 115,1. 22 

May 29, 1745 

Brisdale, John, father of John B., 
p. 64, 1. 33 

between Sept. 28 and Sept. 30, 

1730 
Broadbent, James, father of William 
B., p. 138,1. 80. 

— William, July 1, 1752 

Brodie, David, father of William B., 
p. 174, 1. 10 

— William, Oct. 8, 1766 

Brome, Edward, father of Richard B., 
p. 9, 1. 36 

— John, father of John B., p. 80, 
1. 34 

June 26, 1735 

— Richard, 30 April, 1717 

father of Richard B., p. 143, 

1. 11 

June 12, 1754 

Bromley, Thomas, father of Thomas 
B.,p. 174, 1.41 

Feb. 18, 1767 

Brook, Brooke, Brooks, Mr, master of 
Manchester school, p. 59, 1. 8; p. 62, 
1. 40; p. 78, 1. 42 ; p. 80, 1. 32 ; p. 84, 
1. 33; p. 89, 1. 30; p. 94, 1. 7; p. 96, 
1. 25; p. 99, 1. 23; p. 109, 1. 24; 
p. 110, 1. 18; p. 115, L 4; p. 117, 
1. 15; p. 124, 11. 19, 23; p. 128, 1. 1 ; 
p. 129, 1. 34. 

— Samuel, father of Samuel B., p. 47, 
1.6 

July 2, 1725 

— Thomas, father of William B., 
p. 44, 1. 42 

— William, April 16, 1725 
Brooke, Mr, private tutor in the family 

of Sir Charles Gilmour of Craig- 
miller, p. 141, 1. 36. 

— John, April 13, 1734 

father of WiUiam B., p. 149, 

1. 22 

— Richard, father of John B., p. 75, 
1. 23 

— Samuel, D.D., father of Samuel 
B., p. 101, 1. 15 

April 11, 1741 

— William, June 19, 1756 

— Zachary, father of Zachary B., 
p. 77, 1. 37 

* June 28, 1734 ; p. 119, 1. 2 (Mr) ; 

p. 122, 1. 7; p. 123, 1. 2; p. 132, 

I. 43; p. 136, 11. 31, 35, 39; p. 137, 

II. 4, 7, 12, 18, 29, 33, 43, 47; p. 138, 
11. 7, 11, 17, 21, 25, 29, 39, 42; p. 139, 
11. 3, 17, 20, 24, 28, 31, 38 (Dr), 41 ; 
p. 140, U. 3 (Mr), 21, 25, 33; p. 141, 
U. 6, 9, 18, 22, 33, 36, 40 ; p. 142, 



1 Ueynald, in HUtory qfSt John'*, I. p. 307, 1. 29. 



188 



INDEX. 



U. 4, 22, 36, 43, 46; p. 143, 11. 2, 4, 
13, 23, 31, 39, 42, 47; p. 144, 11. 3, 
7, 14, 21, 28, 32; p. 145, 11. 3, 9, 13, 
28, 31, 43; p. 146. 11. 3, 7, 14, 17, 
20, 24, 34, 48; p. 147, 11. 9, 11, 30, 
33, 37 ; p. 148, 11. 4, 12, 20, 23, 26, 
35; p. 149, 11. 9, 12, 17, 25, 42; 
p. 150, 11. 2, 6, 15, 25, 35, 39, 43; 
p. 151, 11. 14, 18, 21, 24, 29, 33; 
p. 152, 11. 3, 9, 13, 34, 39, 43; p. 153, 
U. 3, 7, 11, 14, 17, 19, 33; p. 154, 
11. 1, 8, 17, 20, 25, 35, 43 ; p. 155, 
11. 15, 18, 21, 24, 31, 33, 37, 41; 
p. 156, 11. 10, 22, 25, 30; p. 157, 
11. 2, 5, 17, 20, 27, 34, 40, 43 ; p. 158, 
11. 2, 5, 8, 18, 22, 26, 35; p. 159, 11. 
16, 18, 27, 35, 42; p. 160, 11. 9, 13, 
19, 23, 31, 34, 38; p. 161, 11. 3, 32, 
42; p. 162, 11. 6, 10, 13, 15, 19, 34, 
37, 40, 43; p. 163, 11. 2, 5, 10, 18, 

26, 29, 35 ; p. 164, 11. 23, 32, 36, 40, 
43, 47; p. 165, 11. 4, 21, 26, 30; p. 
166, U. 2, 5, 25, 29 ; p. 167, 11. 19, 41 ; 
p. 168, U. 1 (Mr), 6, 10, 14, 18, 23, 

27, 40; p. 169, 11. 18, 20; p. 170, 
1.20 

Brooks, Mr, master of Chappel-in-le- 
frith school, Derbyshire, p. 72, 1. 27 

Broom, Charles, father of Eichard B. , 
p. 62, 1. 33 

— Richard, May 6, 1730 
Broome, Charles John, Nov. 1, 1743 

— William, D.D., father of Charles 
John B., p. 110, 1. 9 

Brotherson, Peter, Nov. 2, 1759 
Broughton, Mr, master of Newark 
school, Notts., p. 88, 1. 13 

— Edward, father of Gustavus B., 
p. 65, 1. 23 

— Gustavus, March 25, 1731 

— Peter, father of Peter B., p. 78, 
1. 33 

— — Oct. 28, 1734 
Brown, Dr, p. 154, 1. 13 

— Mr, master of Highgate school, 
p. 51, 1. 33 

— Henry Langford, Oct. 15, 1740 

— John, father of John B., p. 69, 
1. 45 

May 8, 1732 

— Tatton, A. B. Balliol College, 
Oxford, June 28, 1738 

— Thomas, father of Henry Lang- 
ford B., p. 99, 1. 39 

Browne, Mr, master of Loughton 
school, p. 32, 1. 27 

— Francis, father of Francis B., p. 
74, 1. 14 

Oct. 25, 1733 

— John, Master of University College, 
Oxford, p. 144, 1. 39 

— Samuel, father of Samuel B., p. 
132, 1. 33 



Browne, Samuel, June 30, 1750 

— Thomas, father of Thomas B., 
p. 102, 1. 11 

June 6, 1741 

— Timothy, father of Timothy B., 
p. 112, 1. 41 

June 1, 1744 

Brownsmith, Mr, master of Lavenham 
school, Suffolk, p. 57, 1. 2 

— Andrew, Jan. 19, 172^ 

— John, father of Andrew and John 
B., p. 8, 1. 32; p. 31, 1. 23 

January 10, 171f 

Broxholme, Mr, master of Sedbergh 
school, p. 106, 11. 19, 30, 33 ; p. 107, 
1. 36; p. 108, 1.2; p. 109, 11.8, 43; 
p. 112,1.24; p. 120, 1. 11 

— Francis, father of William B., p. 
44, 1. 17 

*— William, March 22, 1724; p. 71, 
1. 10 (master of Hawkshead school, 
Lancashire) ; p. 75, 1, 11 (Mr) ; p. 79, 
1. 15; p. 82, 1. 17; p. 89, 1. 13; p. 
90, 1. 2 

Bryan, Mr, master of Wellas school, 
Somerset, p. 113, 1. 22 

Bryant, Henry, June 30, 1746 

— William, father of WilUam B., p. 
94, 1. 1 

May 15, 1739 

father of Henry B., p. 120, 

1.17 
Bryer, Thomas, June 30, 1766 
Buck, Mr, master of Hingham, or 
Hengham, school, Norfolk, p. 170, 
1. 37; p. 172,1. 40 

— Thomas, father of William B., p. 
52, 1. 42 

— WiUiam, May 25, 1727 
Bucknall, John, June 28, 1743 

— William, father of John B., p. 109, 
1. 35 

Budworth, Mr, master of Brewood 

school, Staffordshire, p. 104, 1. 10; 

p. 135, 1. 32 
Bugg, Henry, father of John B., p. 75, 

1. 35 
♦— John, May 9, 1734 ; p. 101, L 37 

(Mr); p. 112, 1. 39; p. 126, 1. 3; p. 

128,1.40; p. 134, 1. 15 

— Mr, master of Southwell school, 
Notts., p. 75, 1. 37 ; p. 80, 1. 29 ; p. 
101, 1. 36; p. 105, 1. 14; p. 106, 1. 15; 
p. 116, 1. 12; p. 119, 1. 16; p. 122, 
1. 27 ; p. 129, 1. 19 ; p. 134, 1. 14 

— Mr, master of Southwell school, 
Notts., and father of Whaley B., p. 
147, 1. 31 

— Whaley, Feb. 4, 1756 
Bullock, Edward, Oct. 20, 1749 

— John, May 3, 1749 

— Richard, father of Richard B., p. 
119, 1. 46 



INDEX. 



189 



Bullock, Richard, June 17, 1746 

D.I)., father of Edward B., 

p. 130, 1. 24 

— William, father of John B., p. 128, 
1.26 

July 8, 1757 ; Nov. 19, 1761 

— Mr, p. 151, 1. 42 

Bunce, John, father of Wheler B., p. 

145, 1. 41 
♦_ Wheler, April 25, 1755 
Bunning, David, father of John B., 

p. 20, 1. 31 

— John, July 4, 1719 

Bunting, Francis, father of John B., 
p. 73, I. 20 

— John, June 28, 1733 

Burden, Mr, tutor in the family of 

G. Osbom Esq., Derby, p. 88, 1. 9 
Burford, John, Fellow of King's, p. 16, 

1. 41 ; p. 39, 1. 43 (reading Regali for 

Reginali) 
Burleigh, Lord, Brownlowe Cecil, Nov. 

9, 1744 
Burletson, Robert, January 9, 171|^ 

— William, father of Robert B., p. 
13, 1. 1 

Burnaby, Andrew, father of Thomas 

Beaumont B., p. 160, 1. 36 
*— Daniel, Oct. 25, 1729; p. 113, 

1. 38 (Mr) 

— John, father of John B., p. 16, 
1 28 

— — Oct. 25, 1718 

father of Thomas B., p. 43, 

1. 5 
father of Daniel B., p. 62, 1. 8 

— Thomas, Sept. 5, 1724 
Beaumont, July 11, 1761 

Bume, John, father of Walter B., p. 

162, 1, 35 
*— Robert, June 23, 1739; p. 142, 

1. 3 (Mr) 

— Walter, June 22, 1762 

— William, father of Robert B., p. 94, 
1.43 

Bumeby, Andrew, father of Andrew B., 

p. 26', 1. 35 

March 6, 172J 

Burrel, Peter, father of William B., p. 

129, 1. 44 

— William, June 30, 1749 
Bnrrell, David, June 29, 1731 

— John, father of David B., p. 67, 
1. 29 

— — June 18, 1737 

father of Peter B., p. 94, 1. 24 

— Peter, June 9, 1739 

father of Peter B., p. 104, 1. 3 

Oct. 16, 1741 

— WiUiam, father of John B., p. 87, 
1.4 



Bunell, William, June 30, 1749 
Burroughs, Mr, master of Bridgewater 
school, p. Ill, 1. 15 

— Mr, master of Canterbury school, 
p. 21, 1. 10; p. 39, 1. 19 

^Burrow, Burow, Burrough, Burroughs 
Mr, master of Chesterfield school 
p. 32, 11. 27, 40, 43; p. 42, L 26 
p. 47, 1. 16 ; p. 49, 11. 27, 30 ; p. 60, 
1. 17 ; p. 53, 11. 30, 33 ; p. 58, 1. 19 
p. 59, 1. 20; p. 60, 11. 17, 20, 23, 26 
p. 67, U. 1, 4, 7, 39; p. 68, 1. 6 
p. 73, 11. 9, 22 ; p. 74, 1. 9 ; p. 75 
1. 43 (Mr Burroughs) ; p. 77, U. 2, 5 
8, 12, 16; p. 80, 1. 9; p. 81, 11. 1 
38; p. 82, 1. 42; p. 83, 11. 2, 5 
p. 85, 11. 40, 44; p. 89, U. 2, 34 
p. 90, 11. 16, 43, 47; p. 99, 1. 3 
p. 102, 11. 2, 29 ; p. 105, 1. 4 ; p. 106 
1. 12; p. 110, 1. 1; p. Ill, 1. 19 
p. 119, 11. 24, 43; p. 120, 11. 3, 14 
40; p. 121, 1. 38; p. 124, 1. 15 
p. 133, 1. 42; p. 134, 1. 4 ; p. 141, 
1. 1 

Burrow, Benjamin, May 1, 1736 

— G. (William?), father of William 
B., p. 60, 1. 15 

♦_ William, June 6, 1729 ; p. Ill, 1. 20 
(Mr); p. 119, 1. 25; p. 126, 1. 21; 
p. 132, 1, 14 ; p. 135, 1. 3 ; p. 160, 
1. 5 

father of Benjamin B., p. 83, 

1. 1 

— G. ( William ?), father of WilUam 
B., p. 108, 1. 33 

— William, May 13, 1743 
Burslam, Mr, master of Drayton school, 

Salop, p. 106, 1. 45 
Burslem, Samuel, father of William B., 
p. 170, 1. 21 

— William, May 13, 1765 

Burton, Dr, Head-master of Winchester 
school, p. 87, 1. 43; p. 112, 1. 42 ; p. 
114, 1. 23; p. 125, 1. 14; p. 140, 1. 
35; p. 148, 1, 8; p. 152, L 19 ; p. 
167, 1. 29 

— Christopher, April 23, 1728 

— Edmund, Sept. 25, 1751 ; July 6, 
1767 

— James, father of Edmund B., p. 
136, 1. 9 

father of John B., p. 176, 

1.38 

— John, Sub-warden and Bursar, 
New Coll. Oxford, p. 20, 1. 5 ; p. 27, 
1. 15 

June 27, 1718 

March 2, 172^ 

father of Christopher and John 

B., p. 53, 1. 48 ; p. 56, 1. 83 
June 19, 1727 



1 See p. 60 no. (31). 



190 



INDEX. 



Burton, John, July 6, 1767 

— Michael, father of John and Mi- 
chael B., p. 16, 1. 5 

* June 27, 1718; p. 80, 1. 6 (Mr); 

p. 129, 1. 3 (Dr) ; p. 152, 1. 42 

— Richard, father of John B., p. 31, 
1.30 

— G. (William?), father of William 
B., p. 104, 1. 12 

— Wilham, Nov. 6, 1741 
Butcher, James, father of James B., 

p. 152, 1. 1 

August 2, 1757 

Butler, Mr, master of Bradford school, 
Yorkshire, p. 113, 1. 16; p. 132, 
1. 25 

— James, father of James B., p. 76, 
1.40 

June 21, 1734 

Butt, Mr, master of Winborn (Wim- 

bourne) school, Dorsetshire, p. 143, 

1.22 
Butterwood, Robert, father of Robert 

B., p. 17, 1. 37 

April 1, 1719 

Butts, Mr, master of Saffron Walden 

school, Essex, p. 56, 1. 45 ; p. 66, 

1. 15 ; p. 78, 1. 15 
Byass, Thomas, father of William B., 

p. 124, 1. 29 

— William, March 18, 174^ 

Byne, Henry, Bursar of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford, p. 7, 1. 8 

father of Henry B., p. 169, 

1. 13 

Sept, 29, 1764 

Byron, John, March 29, 1763 

— Joshua, father of John B., p. 164, 
1.15 

Callow, Roger, father of William C. , 

p. 9, 1. 25 
*— William, 26 April, 1717 
Cam, John, father of John C, p. 127, 

1.35 
* Feb. 25, 174f ; p. 142, 1. 42 

(Dominm); p. 158, 1. 34 (Mr); p. 

168, 11. 17, 22, 27 
Canning, John, May 28, 1747 

— William, father of John C, p. 
122, 1. 16 

Cantrel, Henry, father of Wiliam C, 
p. 78, 1. 20 

— William, Sept. 27, 1734 
Cardale, George, June 3, 1734 

— Joseph, father of Joseph C, p. 
69, 1. 7 

*— Joseph, Feb. 8, 173^ ; p. 69, 1. 11; 
p. 112, 1. 19 (Mr); p. 115, 1. 25; p. 
118, 1. 35 ; p. 119, 1. 41 ; p. 124, 1. 
23 ; p. 136, 1. 27 ; p. 137, 1. 39; p. 143, 
1.26; p. 144, 1. 18; p. 147, 1. 4; p. 
151, 1. 13 



Cardale, Joseph, father of George C, 

p. 76, 1. 32 
Carleton, Mr, master of Amberley 

school, Sussex, p. 138, 1. 41 

— George, June 1, 1738 

— Henry, father of George C, p. 90, 
1.31 

Carr, Mr, p. 151, 1. 20 

— Mr, master of Bolton school, p 
41, 1. 26 

— Colston, Oct. 1, 1757: March 13 
1764 ; Nov. 6, 1771 

— John, father of William C, p. 83 
1. 15 

May 25, 1763 

— Richard, father of William C, p 
31, 1. 10 

— Robert, father of Colston C, p 
152, 1. 4 

— WUHam, Nov. 4, 1721 
May 13, 1736 

Carre, Mr, master of Skipton school 
Yorkshire, p. 5, 1. 3 

— Mr, master of Sladbom school 
Yorkshire, p. 101, 1. 19; p. 107, 1. 18 

— George, father of George C, p 
33, 1. 36 

June 21, 1722 

— Richard, November 14, 1719 

— William, father of Richard C, p 
21, 1. 21 

Carter, Mr, master of Wisbich (-ea-) 
school, p. 40, 1. 17 

— Mr, tutor in Barbadoes, p. 141, 1 
21 

— James, father of John C, p. 106 
1.4 

— John, June 17, 1742 

— Thomas, May 31, 1721 

— William, father of Thomas C, p 
27, 1. 4 

Carver, John, April 3, 1758 

— Marmaduke, father of John C, p 
152, 1. 32 

Cary, Mr, master of Morpeth school 

p. 30, 1. 9 
Caryl, L(ynford), Master of Jesus 

Coll. Cambridge, p. 166, 1. 35 
Case, Robert, June 30, 1732 

— William, father of Robert C, p. 
71, 1. 5 

Casey, Mr, master of Bannagh school, 

CO. Kerry, Ireland, p. 100, 1. 36 
Cass, Eustace, May 20, 1729 

— Richard, father of Eustace C, p. 
59, 1. 31 

Cathcart, Mr, master of Bristol school, 

p. 73, 1. 38 
Cavell, John, September 25, 1717 

— William, father of John C, p. 12, 
1. 10 

Cavendish, Hon. George, May 29, 1746 
Cawne, Charles, Jan. 24, 172$ 



INDEX. 



191 



Cawne, William, father of Charles C, 

p. 26, 1. 9 
Cawthorne, Mr, master of Tunbridge 

school, p. 127, 1. 33; p. 129, 1. 41; 

p. 133, 1. 6; p. 147, 1. 26; p. 152, 

1.41 

— John, father of John C, p. 79, 
1.20 

April 7, 1735 

*Cayley, Mr, p. 35, 1. 20; p. 37, L 46; 
p. 40, 1. 1; p. 41,1.8 

— Mr, p. 176, L 1 

— Arthur, May 6, 1717 

— John, father of John C, p. 154, 
1. 23 

— — Feb. 6, 1759 

— Simon, father of Arthur C, p. 14, 
1.20 

Cecil, Hon. Brownlow, April 15, 1718 

— Hon. William, April 15, 1718 
Chace, Samuel, father of Thomas C, 

p. 30, 1. 31 

— Thomas, Oct. 3, 1721 
Chadwick, Antony, father of Antony 

C.,p. 53, 1. 28 

June 13, 1727 

Chafy, William, Nov. 28, 1761 

father of WiUiam C, p. 161, 

1.30 
Challenour, William, father of William 
C, p. 9, 1. 21 

AprU 23, 1717 

Chalmers, James, M.A., of Aberdeen 

University, Nov. 6, 1722 
Chamberlayne, Thomas, July 1, 1726 

— William, father of Thomas C, p. 
50, 1. 8 

Chambers, John, father of William C, 
p. 108, 1. 4 

— Bosamond, maiden name of the 
mother of John Sargent, p. 176, 1. 14 

— William, father of William C., p. 
3, 1. 39 

April 18, 1716 

March 5, 174§ 

Chambre, Francis, father of Eowland 
C, p. 119, 1. 37 

— Rowland, June 7, 1746 
Chandos, Chandois, James, Duke of, 

father of Lord Henry Bridges, p. 39, 
1.30 
Chapman, Mr, master of Moulton 
school, Lincolnshire, p. 53, 1. 14; 
p. 134, 1. 34 

— Benjamin, April 30, 1728 

— Thomas, father of Thomas C, p. 
44, 1. 36 

April 9, 1725 

father of Benjamin C, p. 57, 

1. 1 
*Chappelow, Mr, p. 11, 11. 6 (bis), 27 ; p. 



13, 1. 41; p. 22, 1.1; p. 23, 1. 3 ; p. 
31, 1. 32; p. 36, 1. 28; p. 37, 1. 29; 
p. 41, 1. 15; p. 44, 1.13 
Chappelow, Edward, father of Edward 
C, p. 21, 1. 40 

February 18, 17^^ 

Charles, Mr, master of St Paul's 

school, London, p. 86, 1. 35 
Charlesworth, Robert, father of Robert 
C, p. 85, 1. 38 

March 18, 173f 

Chamley, Henry, father of William 
C, p. 14, 1. 31 
April 28, 1737 

— William, 22 May, 1718 ; p. 14, 1. 36 
father of Henry C, p. 86, 1. 19 

Chasteney, John, father of William C, 
p. 120, 1. 21 

— William, July 1, 1746 
Chaworth, George, May 25, 1720 

— Patrick, father of George, Patrick 
and Pole C, p. 16, 1. 18; p. 23, 1. 20 

Aug. 28, 1718 

— Pole, May 25, 1720 

Chelsum, James, father of James C, 

p. 146, 1. 21 

May 28, 1755 

Cheriton, Charles, father of G«orge C, 

p. 96, 1. 7 

— George, Nov. 5, 1739 
♦Chester, Mr, p. 3, 1. 24 

— Edward, June 29, 1717 

— Robert, father of Edward C, p. 
11, 1. 29 

Chetwode, John, May 24, 1751 

— Sir Philip, baronet, father of John 
C, p. 134, 1. 28 

Chevaher, John, father of Nathaniel 
Michael C, p. 31, 1. 18 

— Nathaniel Michael, Jan. 6, 172^ 
♦^Chevallier, John, June 10, 1747; 

p. 167, 1. 14 (Mr); p. 173, 1. 33; p. 
177, 1. 26 

— Nathaniel, father of John C, p. 
122, 1. 40 

Cheyney, Dr, Head-master of Win- 
chester, p. 20, 1. 37 

Chichester, Edward, father of Henry 
C, p. Ill, 1. 13 

— Henry, March 3, 174| 
Chicken, Edward, father of Edward 

C, p. 103, 1. 29 

— Edward, Oct. 10, 1741 
Chilcott, Dr, p. 156, 1. 29 

— Richard, father of William C, p. 
60, 1. 8 

— WilUam, May 31, 1729 
Chirmery, Mr, private tutor in Ireland, 

p. 161, 1. 2 
Chisnall, John, father of John C, p. 
112, 1. 3 



1 Master of St John's, 177& 



192 



INDEX. 



Chisnall, John, May 11, 1744 
Clements, John, A. B. of C. C. C, 

Oxford, Jan. 26, 174| 
Cholmeley, James, father of Eobert C, 

p. 39, 1. 4 

— Eobert, Oct. 7, 1723 
Cholmondely, Charles, father of 

Thomas C, p. 109, 1. 16 

— Thomas, June 20, 1743 
Christian, Humphrey, Oct. 29, 1737 

— John, father of Humphrey C, p. 
88, 1. 25 

Christopherson, Christopher, May 17, 
1737 

— John, father of Preston C, p. 68, 
1. 33, and late Fellow of St John's. 
(See this Register, Index to Part H., 
and Hist, of St John's, p. 301, 1. 27) 

— John, father of Christopher C, 
p. 86, 1. 37 

— Preston, Oct. 22, 1731 
Churchil, Charles, father of Charles 

C, p. 126, 1. 34 
1 — Charles, July 8, 1748 

— Fleetwood, March 16, 174| 

— Joseph, father of Fleetwood C, 
p. 128, 1. 14 

Churchill, Henry, father of William 
C.,p. 72, 1. 12 

— William, Feb. 21, 173| 
Claobury, Augustine, father of John 

C, p. 93, 1. 31 

— John, April 19, 1739 
Clapham, Mr, master of Bainbridge 

school, Yorkshire, p. 112, 1. 23 
Clark, Mr, master of Northampton 
school, p. 128, 1. 15 

— Edward, father of John C, p. 97, 
1. 25 

— John, June 13, 1740 

Clarke, Mr, tutor in the family of John 
Meyrick, gent. , p. 36, 1. 21 
— , Clark, Mr, master of Beverley 
school, p. 89, 11. 18, 41 ; p. 90, 1. 1 ; p. 
95,1. 38; p. 96, 1. 45; p. 99, 1. 14; 
p. 100, 1. 43 ; p. 102, 1. 15 ; p. 104, 1. 
13; p. 107, 1. 31; p. 108, 11. 34, 37; 
p. 114, 1. 36; p. 115, 11. 11, 27, 44; 
p. 116, 1. 13; p. 119, 1. 2; p. 121, 1. 
10; p. 125, 1. 43; p. 130, 1. 28; p. 
133, 1. 2 ; p. 134, 1. 26; p. 142, 1. 38 

— Mr, master of Hull school, p. 25, 
1. 37; p. 36, 1. 27; p. 67, 1. 20; p. 
75, 1. 9 

— Mr, master of Kirk Heaton school, 
Yorkshire, p. 68, 1. 28; p. 86, 1. 14 

— , Clark, Mr, master of Kirk Leathem 
school, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 1 ; p. 43, 
1. 40; p. 51, 1. 36; p. 53, 1. 42; p. 
56, 1. 31 ; p. 62, 1. 12 



Clarke, Clark, Mr, master of Shipton 
school, Yorkshire, p. 70, 1. 37 
— , — , Mr, master of Wakefield school, 
p. 3, 1.27; p. 16, 1. 2; p. 22, 1. 45; 
p. 2.5, 1. 19; p. 26, 1.32; p. 27, 1. 
24; p. 35, 1. 13; p. 57, 1. 28; p. 143, 
1. 19; p. 148, 1. 15; p. 151,1.20 

*— Mr, p. 1, 1. 17; p. 4, 1. 12; p. 5, 
1.3; p. 9, 1.30; p. 14, 1. 16; p. 19, 
1.28; p. 23, 1. 27; p. 24, 1. 41; p. 
30, 1. 5; p. 31, 1. 12; p. 36, 11. 22, 
31 ; p. 46, 1. 29 

*— Mr (junior), p. 40, 1. 31 

— Edward, President of Clare Hall, 
p. 33, 1. 17 

* May 23, 1748 ; p. 151, 1. 32 

(Mr) ; p. 157, 1. 33 

— Francis, father of Francis C, p. 6, 
1 39 

— — July 2, 1716 

— Henry, June 17, 1725 

father of Henry C, p. 56, 1. 41 

April 27, 1728 

— James, May 31, 1753 ; May 4, 1756 ; 
Feb. 10, 1767 

— John, May 28, 1744 

— Paris, father of James C, p. 140, 
1.19 

— Ralph, father of Ralph C, p. 115, 
1.38 

June 17, 1745 

— Thomas, May 12, 1716 

father of Henry C, p, 46, 

1. 27 
A. B., Hart Hall, Oxford, 

July 2, 1726^ 

— William, father of Thomas C, 
p. 4, 1. 20 

— G. (William ?), father of William 
C, p. 50, 1. 16 

— William, July 2, 1726 

formerly ^Fellow of St John's, 

and father of Edward C, p. 125, 1. 12 

father of William C, p. Ill, 

1. 18 

March 21, 174| 

Clarkson, ^Mr, master of Wisbech 
school, p. 149, 1. 19; p. 155, 1. 39 

— Geoffrey, father of Geoffrey C, 
p. 134, 1. 36 

May 29, 1751 

— John, June 10, 1742 

— Thomas, father of John C, p. 105, 
1. 42 

Clayton, Mr, master of Leicester school, 
p. 72, 1. 16; p. 76, 1. 14; p. 78, 1. 18 

— Mr, master of Salford school, Lan- 
cashire, p. 88, 1. 18 ; p. 105, 1. 17 ; 
p. 146, 1. 26; p. 147, 1. 35 (Man- 
chester) ; p. 148, 1. 11 



1 Author of The Rosciad &c 

2 Elected Jan. 21, 1716/7. See this Register, Part ii. June 5, 1712. 

3 Father of the abolitionist. 



INDEX. 



193 



Clajrton , Mr, master of Sherbum school, 
Yorkshire, p. 75, 1. 13 

— John, father of John C, p. 76, 
1. 13 

May 29, 1734 

June 6, 1750; Nov. 2, 1750 

— Nathaniel, father of Nathaniel C, 
p. 46, 1. 9 

• May 14, 1726; p. 91, 1. 35 

(Mr) 

— Thomas, father of Thomas C, p. 
48, 1. 9 

— — Feb. 25, 172f 

— father of John C, p. 131, 1. 35 
Clements, John, A.B. of C. G. C. Ox- 
ford, Jan. 26, 174^ 

Clendon, Mr, master of Sutton Valence 

school, Kent, p. 101, 1. 26; p. 115, 

1.1 
Cleobury, John, July 8, 1767; Oct. 8, 

1767 
Clerk, Mr, master of York school, 

p. 46, 1. 25 
Clerke, Thomas, father of Thomas C, 

p. 62, 1. 23 
* April 14, 1730; p. 89, 1. 45 

(Mr) ; p. 92, 1. 32 ; p. 98, 1. 14; p. 99, 

U. 8, 21 ; p. 104, 1. 5 ; p. 105, 1. 44 
Cliff, Cliffe, Mr, master of Sheffield 

school, p. 95, 1. 29 ; p. 99, 1. 34 
Cliffe, John, father of John C, p. 24, 

1.1 

June 11, 1720 

Clint, Samuel, father of Samuel C, 

p. 89, 1. 20 

March 21, 173^ 

Clive, Benjamin, father of Robert C, 

p. 106, 1. 44 

— Kobert, July 8, 1742 

Close, Mr, master of a school at Chel- 
sey (-a), Middlesex, p. 28, 1. 29 

master of Bichmond school, 

Yorkshire, p. 44, 11.41, 43 ; p. 70, 1.43 

— Israel, May 24, 1735 

— William, father of Israel C, 
p. 80, 1. 1 

Cobb, John, father of John C, p. 120, 
1. 25 

: July 4, 1746 

Cock, John, June 25, 1734 

— Joseph, father of John C, p. 77, 
1.22 

Cockshutt, John, father of Thomas C, 
p. 177, 1. 6 

— Thomas, July 27, 1767 
Coke, D'Ewes, Oct. 31, 1764 

— George, father of D'Ewes C, 
p. 169, 1. 30 

Colchester, G. (William?), father of 
WiUiam C, p. 157, 1. 21 

— WiUiam, March 29, 1760 

Cole, Charles, father of Charles Nal- 
son and William C, p. 96, 11. 4, 7 

S. 



Cole, Charles Nalson, June 27, 1739 
*— William, June 27, 1739, p. 157, 

1. 42 (Mr) ; p. 174, 1. 13 
Colefax, Richard, father of Thomas C, 

p. 99, 1. 17 

— Thomas, Oct. 4, 1740 
Coleman, John, Sept. 28, 1738 

— Joseph, father of John C, p. 73, 
1. 41 

Colesbury.Mr, master of Bruton school, 
Somerset. See Goldsborough 

Colinge, Benjamin, Jur. Civ. Doctor, 
New Coll., Oxford, p. 20, 1. 8. 

Collier, John, father of Joseph C, 
p. 131, 1. 18 

— Joseph, May 18, 1750 
CoUinson, Rev. William, master of 

Bampton school, Westmoreland, 
p. 140, 1. 39; p. 176, 1. 41 
Colquitt, Edward, June 3, 1736 

— John, father of Edward C, p. 83, 
1.28 

Colson, Mr,master of Rochester school, 
p. 36, 1. 24; p. 41, 1.32 

Colyear, Hon. William Charles, Vis- 
count Milsington, June 28, 1764 

Comark, Mr, master of Colchester 
school, p. 65, 1. 35 

* Combe, Benedict, Bennet, July 5, 1726 

— Brian, father of Benedict C. , p. 50, 
1. 38 

Constable, Marmaduke, father of 
Thomas C, p. 150,1. 16 

— Thomas, Nov. 1, 1756. 
Conway, Benjamin, B.A. of Jesus Col- 
lege, Oxford, 21 June, 1716, p. 5, 
1. 48 

Cooch, Thomas, father of Thomas C, 

p. 116, 1. 19 

June 28, 1745 

Cook, Mr, Head-master of Eton, p. 

110, 1. 37; p. 117, 1. 27; p. 118, 

1. 27; p. 126, 1. 17 

— John, father of John C. , p. 55, 1. 1 
August 5, 1727 

Cooke, John, father of Richard C, 
p. 168, 1. 20 

— Richard, June 23, 1764 

— Thomas, father of Thomas C, 
p. 17, 1. 44 

11 April, 1719 

Cookson, John, father of John C, 

p. 120, 1. 9 
June 25, 1746 

— Richard, May 25, 1727 

— William, father of Richard C, 
p. 52, 1. 46 

Cooper, Cowper, George, Registrar of 
Oxford University, p. 24, 11. 30, 38; 
p. 28, II. 16, 44; p. 40, 11. 7, 12; 
p. 60, 1.44; p. 64, 1. 12 

— John, father of Thomas C, p. 30, 
1. 11 

13 



194 



INDEX. 



Cooper, Nathaniel, father of Nathaniel 
C, p. 85, 1. 17 
Oct. 14, 1736 

— Thomas, July 1, 1721 

Copley, John, father of John C, p. 89, 

1.12 

* March 10, 173|; p. 117, 1.10 (Mr) 

Corker, John, father of Thomas C, 

p. 18, 1. 23 

— Thomas, 18 May, 1719 
Corney, James, father of James C, 

p. 97, 1. 20 

— — June 11, 1740 

Cornish, John, father of Eobert C, 
p. 124, 1. 10 

— Robert, Jan. (?Feb.) 5, 174| 
Cornwall, Charles, March 17, 172$ 

— Frederick, father of Charles C, 
p. 26, 1. 43 

Corrance, Clement, father of Eobert 
C, p. 74, 1. 30 

— Robert, Dec. 4, 1733 
Cotton, Robert, June 18, 1744 

— Thomas, father of Robert C, 
p. 112, 1. 48 

Coulson, John, Fellow of University 
College, Oxford, p. 144, 1. 44 

Covell, Dr John, Master of Christ's 
College, Cambridge, p. 12, 1. 4 

Covert, Charles Ranulph, Hart Hall, 
Oxford, p. 10, 1. 6 

Cowper, Benjamin, Nov. 11, 1725 
— George, father of Benjamin C, 
p. 47, 1. 31 

Registrar of Oxford University. 

See Cooper 

Cowperthwait, George, father of Wil- 
liam C, p. 70, 1. 45 

— William, June 27, 1732 
Cowperthwaite, George, father of George 

C, p. 38, 1. 9 

June 28, 1723 

Cox, Dr, master of Hampstead school, 
Middlesex, p. 149, 1. 5 

— Edward, father of Edward C, 
p. 117, 1. 42 

March 15, 174f 

Coxe, Mr, master of a school at Ken- 
sington, p. 29, 1. 37 

— Francis, 2 March, 171| 

— William, father of Francis C, p. 3, 
1.15 

Crackenthorp, Gilbert, May 29, 1734 

— Richard, father of Gilbert C, 
p. 76, 1. 16 

Crackenthorpe, Mr, master of Kendal 

school, Westmorland, p. 108, 1. 43 
*Cradock, Cradocke, John, April 29, 

1725; p. 87, 11. 33 (Mr), 34, 35; p. 

148, 11. 23, 34 (Dr); p. 149, 1. 24; 

p. 151, 1. 17 



Cradock, Thomas, father of Thomas 

and William C, p. 158, 1. 19 
June 28, 1760 

— William, father of John C. , p. 45, 
1. 9 

June 28, 1760 

— Mr, private tutor in the family of 
W. LetheuUier, Esq., p. 92, 1. 31 

Crane, John, father of John C., p. 64, 

1. 40 

June 27, 1730 

Craner, Mr, master of a private school 

in London, p. 83, 1. 25 
Cranwell, John, June 18, 1743 

— Tyrell, father of John C, p. 109, 
1. 13 

Craster, Edmund, father of Thomas 
C, p. 161, 1. 4 

— Thomas, August 19, 1761 
Craven, John, father of John Hardey 

C.,p. 93, 1. 41 
Hardey, May 9, 1739 

— Richard, father of William C, 
p. 130, 1. 11 

— William, Baron, father of William 
C, p. 3, 1. 11 

Baron, 28 February, 171f ; 

p. 3, 1. 17 
* 1 July3,1749;p.l49,1.39(Mr); 

p. 156,1.12; p. 165,1.44. 
Crawley, John, father of Thomas C, 

p. 64, 1. 36 

— Thomas, Sept. 30, 1730 
Creech.Creicke, Criche (Dr), Mr, master 

of Merchant Tailors' school, p. 97, 
1. 34 ; p. 121, 1. 7 (Mr Creicke) ; p. 
123, 1. 27 ; p. 135, 1. 43 
Creffield, Edward, father of Edward C, 
p. 58, 1. 39 

— Edward, Feb. 18, 172| 

— Peter, Jan. 21, 173f 

— Ralph, father of Peter C, p. 82, 
1.12 

Creswell, John, father of William C, 
p. 36, 1. 23 

— WiUiam, March 21, 172| 
Creyk, John, April 7, 1731 

— Ralph, father ofJohnC, p. 65, 1.40 
*Creyke, Mr, p. 11, 1. 47 

— Ralph, father of Ralph C, p. 26, 
1.31 

Feb. 25, 172$ 

Cripps, Francis, father of Thomas C, 
p. 151, 1. 3 

— Thomas, April 19, 1757 

Crofts, Edmund, father of Edmund C, 
p. 176, 1. 17 

— Edmund, March 16, 1767 

— Richard, July 3, 1758 

— William, father of Richard C, 
p. 153, 1. 22 



1 Elected Master of St John'8, March 29, 1789. 



k 

■ Crompton, John, father of Walters C, 

■ p. 101, 1. 43 

P _ Walters, May 26, 1741 

— Mr, master of Market Bosworth 
school, Leicestershire, p. 101, 1. 45 

Cromwell, Edward, father of John C, 
p. 73, 1. 4 

► — John, June 14, 1733 
Cronkshaw, John, A. M., Brasenose 
Coll., Oxford, Oct. 17, 1760 
Crosbie, John, Jan. 41, 174^ 
Crosby, Sir Maurice, Bart., father of 

(John Crosbie, p. 100, 1. 34 
Crosley, John, Nov. 11, 1761 
— father of John C, p. 161, 1. 21 
Crosse, Thomas, President of Catharine 
Hall, p. 2, 1. 6 
Crow, Jane, maiden name of the mo- 
ther of Thomas Cockshutt, p. 177, 
I 7 
Crucius, Irenaeus, father of Lewis C, 
p. 19, 1. 37 

— Lewis, 27 June, 1719 

Crump, Mr, master of St Paul's, Lon- 
don, p. 86, 1. 34 

Crusius, Mr Lewis, Head-master of 
Charterhouse school, p. 146, 1. 13; 
p. 175, 1.41 (Dr); p. 177,1.24 

*Culm, Benjamin, 12 March, 171f; 
p. 39, 1. 25 (Mr) ; p. 84, 1. 33 

— John, father of Benjamin C, p. 3, 
1.22 

Cumbrey, Henry, father of Eobert C, 
p. 41, 1. 28 

— Eobert, May 23, 1724 
Cuny, Eichard, father of Walter C, 

p. 38, 1. 32 

— Walter, July 27, 1723 
Currer, Henry, father of William C, 

p. 80, 1. 25 

— William, June 18, 1735 
*Curry, Currey, John, March 30, 1754 

— WUliam, father of John C. , p. 142, 
1.24 

Curtiene, Ambrose, father of William 
C, p. 56, 1. 44 

— William, April 29, 1728 
Curtis, Caesar, June 30, 1732 

— Eobert, father of Caesar C, p. 71, 
1. 1 

Curwen, Eldred, father of Henry C, 
p. 118, 1. 25 

— Henry, April 10, 1746 
Cuthbert, Edward, father of Joseph C, 

p. 72, 1. 35 
March 27, 1764 

— Joseph, June 4, 1733 
father of Edward C, p. 167, 

1. 20 

Dabbs, John, May 10, 1757 



INDEX. 



195 



Dabbs, John, father of John D., p. 

151, 1. 11 
Dadds, Mr, master of Tiverton school, 

p. 103, 1. 5 
Dade, John, father of John D., p. 110, 

1. 4 
July 13, 1743 

— Thomas, father of Thomas D., p. 
145, 1. 22 

Jan. 16, 1755 

father of William D., p. 155, 

1. 5 

— William, April 12, 1759 

Dakin, Edward, father of Thomas D., 
p. 62, 1. 42 

— Thomas, May 18, 1730 

Dale, Mr, master of Stockport school, 
p. 10, 1. 38 ; p. 17, 1. 26 ; p. 22, 1. 21 ; 
p. 40, 1. 40 ; p. 42, 1. 36 ; p. 43, 11. 9, 
13 ; p. 50, 1. 28; p. 56, U. 5, 8; p. 60, 
1. 46 ; p. 63, 1. 5; p. 69, 1. 19 ; p. 71, 
1. 22 ; p. 75, 11. 29, 33 : p. 76, L 7 

— John, March 25, 1728 

father of Eichard D., p. 89, 

1.17 

— Eichard, March 21, 173| 

— Thomas, father of Thomas D., p. 
56, 1. 7 

Dalton, John, father of John D., p. 42, 
1 28 
_' _ July 1, 1724 
Daly son, Thomas.father of William D., 
p. 127, 1. 32 

father of Thomas D., p. 133, 

1. 5 
Oct. 18, 1750 

— WiUiam, Jan. 23, 174f 
Dammant, William, father of William 

D., p. 90, 1. 7 

April 29, 1738 

Daniel, John, father of Eichard D., 
p. 11, 1. 36 

— Eichard, 1 July, 1717 ; 22 Febru- 
ary, 172^ 

Dannett, John, father of Thomas D., 
p. 171, 1. 9 

— Thomas, July 3, 1765 
Danson ; see Denson 

D'Aranda, Benjamin, father of Peter 
D'A., p. 146, 1. 35 

— Peter, June 12, 1755 

Darby, Henry, father of Henry Har- 

ward D., p. 79, 1. 31 

Harward, April 17, 1735 

Darwent, Eobert, father of Thomas D., 

p. 48, 1. 33 

— Thomas, April 6, 1726 
Darwin, i Erasmus, June 30, 1750 

— John, June 30, 1750 

— Eobert, father of Eobert D., p. 
109, 1. 47 



I Author of The Botanic Garden, &c. 



13—2 



196 



INDEX. 



Danvin, Robert, July 1, 1743 

father of Erasmus and John D., 

p. 132, 1. 27 
Daston, llichard, father of Eichard D., 
p. 116, 1. 81 

July 2, 1745 

Davenport, George, father of Eichard 
D., p. 44, 1. 1 

— Eichard, Feb. 17, 1724 

Davies, Mr, master of Carmarthen 
school, p. 73, 1. 35 

— Mr, p. 169, 1. 11 

— Mr, master of En(d)field school, 
Middlesex, p. 69, 1. 7 

— Davis, master of Ilminster school, 
Somersetshire, p. 123, 1. 2 ; p. 164, 
1. 30 

— Mr, master of Southwark school, 
Surrey, p. 148, 1. 22 

— Mr, master of Swafiham Bulbeck 
school, Cambridgeshire, p. 63, 1. 8 

— Francis, father of Eobert D., p. 6, 
1. 25 

— George, father of George D., p. 13, 
1. 14 

* 11 April, 1718 

— Eichard, A.B., Worcester Coll., 
Oxford, June 30, 1764 

— Eobert, 28 June, 1716 

father of Eobert D., p, 166, 

1. 11 
Aug. 24, 1763 

— William, June 30, 1762 

Davis, Mr, master of Preston school, 
Lancashire, p. 87, 1. 37 

— George, May 25, 1747 

— James, father of George D., p. 122, 
1.13 

— Eichard, father of William D., p. 
108, 1. 23 

— William, April 19, 1743 
Davison, George, March 21, 172| 

— Morton, June 23, 1739; June 3, 
1740 

— Eobert, July 1, 1727 

— Thomas, father of George D., p. 
40, 1. 19 

father of Eobert D., p. 54, 

1.17 
father of Thomas D., p. 68, 

1. 26 

Oct. 18, 1731 

June 27, 1740 ; May 21, 1743 

— William, father of Morton D., p. 
94, 1. 39 

father of Thomas D., p. 98, 

1. 9 
Dawbry, Mr, master of Wolverhampton 

school, Staffordshire, p. 16, 1. 15 
Dawes, Mr Eichard (Misc. Grit. ), master 



of Newcastle-on-Tyne school, p. Ill, 
1. 42 
Dawes, Francis, June 25, 1742 

— Thomas, father of Francis D., p. 
106, 1. 21 

Dawson, Anthony, father of Anthony 
D., p. 127, 1. 28 
Nov. 21, 1748 

— James, Oct. 21, 1737 

— John, father of John D., p. 91, 
1. 1 

June 16, 1738 

— Thomas, father of William D., 
p. 14, 1. 43 

— William, 24 May, 1718 

father of James D., p. 88, 

1. 16 
Dean, Mr, master of Elsemere (EUes-) 

school, Salop, p. 48, 1. 13 
* — George, 6 February, 171f 

— Eichard, June 13, 1763 

— William, father of George D., p. 8, 
1. 36 

*Deane, Dean, Mr, p. 19, 1. 24 ; p. 23, 
1. 34 ; p. 33, 1. 21 

— Nicholas, father of Eobert D., p. 
137, 1. 45 

*— Eobert, May 1, 1752; p. 177, 1. 12 
(Mr) 

— Eev. William, M.A., B.N.C. Ox- 
ford, June 29, 1720 

Dearie, Mr, master of Stafford school, 

p. 17, 1. 15 
Dearling, John, father of Walter D., 

p. 118, 1. 3 

— Walter, March 18, 174f 
Deason, Thomas, March 22, 1762 

father of Thomas D., p. 162, 

1. 20 
De Crousar, Francis, July 4, 1767; o&. 
1769 

— John, father of Francis De C. , p. 
176, 1. 33 

Degulhon, Stephen, father of Stephen 
D., p. 94, 1. 35 

June 20, 1739 ; Jan. 25, 174§ 

Dell, Humfrey, Sept. 18, 1721 

— Humphrey (sic), father of Humfrey 
D., p. 30, 1. 23 

^Denham, Mary, maiden name of the 
mother of Eobert John Sayer, p. 168, 
1. 16 

— Mr, master of Macclesfield school, 
p. 10, 1. 27 

Denson, Danson, Mr Eobert, master of 
Backford school, Cheshire, p. 108, 
1. 30; p. 109, 1. 40 (Mr Danson); 
p. 140, 1. 5 

* — Eichard, father of Thomas D., 
p. 108, 1. 29 



1 The first instance of such an entry ; see p. 176, 11. 4, 9, 13, 18, 27, 33, 39 ; p. 176, II. 6, 14, 30, 34, i 
p. 177, 1. 7. 

2 ' B,' by error for ' D ' in original Register. 



INDEX. 



197 



Denson, Thomas, May 6, 1743 
Dent, Mr, master of Ottrington school, 
Yorkshire, p. 128, 1. 23 

— Peter, father of Peter D., p. 38, 
1. 20 

July 1, 1723 

— Thomas, May 9, 1723 

— William, father of Thomas D., p. 
37, 1. 15 

Depleidge, Deplage, Mr, master of 
Mansfield school, Notts, p. 122, 1, 7; 
X) 129 1 2 

Derby, John, Nov. 1, 1739 

— WiUiam, father of John D., p. 96, 
1. 4 

Dering, Sir Edward, baronet, father of 
Edward D., p. 134, 1. 6 

— Edward, March 15, 175| 

— Heneage,LL.i)., father of Heneage 
and John D., p. 70, 1. 33; p. 86, 
1.10 

April 22, 1737 

— John, June 19, 1732 
Devonshire, William, Duke of, father 

of Hon. George Cavendish, p. 119, 
1. 22 
Dewhurst, Clavton, father of William 
D.,p. 38,1.35 

— John, father of John D., p. 16, 1. 1 
26 June, 1718 

— William, August 13, 1723 
Dickenson, Charles, Nov. 2, 1737 

— John, April 1, 1725 

father of Charles D., p. 88, 1. 

33 

— Thomas, father of John D., p. 44, 
1. 30 

Dickinson, John, father of Samuel D., 
p. 128, 1. 42 

— Samuel, May 18, 1749 

Digby, Joseph, father of Joseph D., p. 
153, 1. 15 

— Joseph, May 31, 1758 
Dinham, John, father of Samuel D., 

p. 106, 1. 41 

— Samuel, July 3, 1742 
Dinsdale, George, August 31, 1758; 

Dec. 24, 1761 
Dixie, Beaumont, father of Beaumont 

D., p. 149, 1. 14 

June 16, 1756 

Dixon, Mr, master of Hawkshead 

school, Lancashire, p. 101, 1. 8 

— Edward, father of William D., 
p. 31, 1.26 

Oct. 5, 1731 ' 

— James, father of Edward D., p. 68, 
1. 23 

— Eichard, July 1, 1732 

— William, March 1, 172^ 

father of Richard D., p. 71, 1. 8 

Dobbs, John, June 3, 1757 

Dobsou, John, A. M., Treasurer and 



afterwards Warden of New Coll., 

Oxford, p. 20,1. 6; p. 27, 1. 13 
Dockuray, Josiah, father of Thomas 

D., p. Ill, 1. 40 
*— Thomas, April 30, 1744; p. 135, 

1. 48 (Mr) 
Dod, John, father of Robert D., p. 118, 

1. 41 

— Richard, June 21, 1721 

— Robert, May 13, 1746 

— Theophilus, father of Richard D., 
p. 28, 1. 10 

— Thomas, father of Thomas D., p. 
34, 1. 47 

July 2, 1722 

Dodd, John, father of William D., p. 
139 1 8 

— William, Sept. 26, 1752 
Dodgson, Charles, June 3, 1741 

— Christopher, father of Charles D., 
p. 102, 1. 4 

19 May, 1716 

— Robert, father of Christopher D., 
p. 4, 1. 35 

Dods worth, Francis, June 1, 1748 
Dongworth, Donworth, Mr, master of 

Durham school, p. 78, 1. 6 ; p. 80, 

1. 15; p. 90, 1. 36; p. 94, 11. 40, 44; 

p. 97, 1.31; p. 98, 1. 11; p. 101, 1. 

1; p. 103, 1. 31; p. 131, 1. 26; p. 

135, 1. 39; p. 139, 1. 30; p. 147, 1. 22 
Donworth, see Dongworth 
Dormer, Mr, master of Rochester 

school, p. 50, 1. 6 
Doulben, Mr, master of Bangor school, 

p. 10, 1. 34 
Dove, Mr, master of Chichester school, 

p. 79, 1. 29 
Dowbiggin, Mr, master of Thorn(e)ton 

school, Yorkshire, p. 10, 1. 13 ; p. 26, 

1. 40 

— Christopher, father of Thomas 
and John D., p. 13, 11. 22, 35 

— John, 16 April, 1718 

— Robert, Jan. 10, 1755 

— Thomas, 14 April, 1718 

father of Robert D., p. 145, 1. 

18 
♦Downes, Mr, p. 31, 1. 41 

— Charles, June 25, 1743; May 18, 
1748 

— Henry, June 30, 1740; Nov. 24, 
1743 

— John, father of Henry D., p. 98, 
1.28 

father of Jonathan D. , p. 127, 

1. 13 
*— Jonathan, Oct. 5, 1748 

— Joseph, father of Charles D., p. 
109, 1. 23 

Downing, George, father of George D., 
p. 21, 1. 32 
January 21, 17^^ 



198 



INDEX. 



Doxon, Mr, master of Heath school, 

Yorkshire, p. 138, 1, 44 
♦Drake, Mr, p. 1, 1. 8 ; p. 3, 1. 28; 

p. U. 18, 26, 31; p. 5,11. 19, 33, 43; 

p. 9, 1.42; p. 10, 1. 1; p. 11, 1. 47; 

p. 16, 1. 7; p. 37, 1.46; p. 41, 1. 9; 

p. 45, 11. 5, 34; p. 46, 1. 26; p. 47, 

1 33 
*—' Mr, (jun.) p. 39,1. 29; p. 40, 1. 1; 

p. 41, 11. 21, 37 

— Mr, master of Beighton school, 
Sheffield, p. 16, 1. 22 

— Edward Holwell, A. B., Balliol 
Coll., Oxford, June 24, 1758 

— George, father of Thomas D., p. 
167, 1. 28 

— James, father of James D. , p. 25, 
1.13 

July 8, 1720 

— John, May 21, 1724 

— Joseph, father of Nathan D., p. 
129, 1. 22 

— Marmaduke, father of John D., 
p. 41, 1. 19 

father of William D., p. 53, 1. 

41 

— Nathan, June 16, 1749 

— Samuel, D.D., father of Samuel 
D., p. 145, 1. 14 

— Samuel, Jan. 10, 1755 

— Thomas, March 29, 1764 

— William, June 17, 1727 
Draper, Edmund, father of William D., 

p. 49, 1. 22 

— Wilham, June 1, 1726 
Drift, Hadrian, April, 1726 

— Matthew, father of Hadrian D., 
p. 48, 1. 30 

Drury, John, 6 July, 1716 

— William, father of John D., p. 7, 
1. 15 

Dudley, Edward, June 6, 1759 
Duff, Hon. Lewis, Nov. 14, 1754 

— William, Baron Braco, father of 
Hon. Lewis D., p. 144, 1. 26 

Duffe, Arthur, 17 October, 1715 

— Patrick, father of Arthur D., p. 2, 
1.21 

Duke, Thomas, April 12, 1757 

— William, father of William D., p. 
133, 1. 22 

Dec. 16, 1750 

— — father of Thomas D., p. 150, 
1. 36 

Dunmore, William, Earl of, father of 

Hon. Charles Murray, p. 143, 1. 40 
Dunn, Field, father of Field D., p. 25, 
1.36 

Oct. 30, 1720 

Durand, Daniel Francis, May 28, 1763 

father of Daniel Francis D., 

p. 164, 1. 45 
Dwarris, Fortunatus, June 23, 1748 



Dwarris, Thomas, father of Fortunatus 

D., p. 126, 1. 15 
Dwyer, Mr, late master of Sedbergh 

school, p. 24, 1. 19 
Dymoke, Charles, father of Needham 

D., p. 173, 1. 14 

— Needham, May 21, 1766 

Eare, John, father of John E., p. 61, 

I. 1 

June 26, 1729 

Eaton, Mr, master of Davenham school, 
Cheshire, p. 116, 1. 37 

— Edward, April 16, 1729 

— Peter, father of Edward E., p. 59, 
1.19 

Eccles, Joseph, father of Joseph E., 
p. 37, 1. 8 

AprU 29, 1723 

Eddowes, Kichard, May 18, 1750 

— William, father of Richard E., p. 
131, 1. 22 

Edmonds, George James, June 22, 
1757 

— James, father of George James E., 
p. 151, 1. 30 

♦Edmundson, Dr, p. 1, 11. 3, 17 ; p. 2, 

II. 1, 10 ; p. 3, 11. 9, 24, 38, 41 ; p. 4, 
11. 4, 12, 15, 34, 37 ; p. 5, 11. 4, 22, 
45 ; p. 6, 11. 13, 35, 38, 45 ; p. 7, 
11. 13, 17, 28 ; p. 8, 11. 3, 14, 30, 38, 
41 ; p. 9, 11. 4, 7, 23, 31, 34, 45 ; 
p. 10, 11. 10, 17, 46; p. 11, 11. 23, 27, 
38, 43; p. 12, 1. 2; p. 13, 11. 9, 16, 

29, 34, 42 ; p. 14, 11. 10, 13, 16, 34, 
46, 49; p. 15, 11. 3, 7, 20; p. 16, 
11. 4, 20, 23, 27 ; p. 17, U. 12, 19, 33, 
36, 39, 43 ; p. 18, 11. 2, 18, 46 ; p. 19, 
11. 10, 24, 29, 35, 46 ; p. 20, 11. 29, 
43; p. 21, 11. 3, 7, 23, 38; p. 22, 
11. 5, 14, 26, 31, 34, 45 ; p. 23, 11. 4, 

22, 27, 31, 34, 44, 47; p. 24, 11. 3, 
24, 32, 41, 44, 48 ; p. 25, 1. 20 ; p. 26, 
U. 4, 15, 30, 34 ; p. 27, 11. 22, 25, 

30, 33, 43 ; p. 28, 11. 5, 40, 43 ; p. 29, 
11. 37, 46; p. 30, 11. 5, 33; p. 31, 
11. 2, 13, 16, 28, 32 ; p. 32, U. 7, 11, 

23, 40, 44 ; p. 33, 11. 2, 13, 21, 30 ; 
p. 34, 11. 38, 45 ; p. 35, 11. 2, 5, 9, 
13, 17, 23, 29, 33, 35 ; p. 36, 11. 10, 
18, 31, 34, 41; p. 37, 11. 2, 7, 10, 
22, 33, 42 ; p. 38, 11. 5, 25, 31, 38 ; 
p. 39, 11. 13, 16, 20, 25 ; p. 40, 11. 4, 
15, 27, 37; p. 41, 11. 12, 40; p. 42, 
11. 2, 5, 11, 14, 23, 27 ; p. 43, 11. 10, 
30 ; p. 44, 11. 19, 23, 35 ; p. 45, 11. 11, 
15, 18, 24, 27, 43 ; p. 46, 11. 10, 23, 
29, 42 ; p. 47, 11. 8, 17, 27, 30, 36, 
39 ; p. 48, 11. 7, 11, 17, 29, 32 ; p. 49, 
11. 8, 21, 28, 31, 37; p. 50, 11. 4, 10, 
18, 28, 45 ; p. 51, 11. 21, 27, 37, 40 ; 
p. 52, 11. 3, 6, 18, 34, 37, 41, 44; 
p. 53, 11. 2, 5, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 30, 



INDEX. 



199 



f 



34, 37, 40, 43, 46; p. 54, 11. 25, 28, 
41 ; p. 55, 11. 9, 23, 27, 31, 34, 38 ; 
p. 56, 1. 46; p. 57, 11. 3, 7, 10, 13, 
16, 22, 28, 32, 38, 45; p. 58, 11. 6, 
14, 35, 41; p. 59, 11. 9, 18, 21, 24, 
27, 33, 44; p. 60, 11. 7, 10, 14, 18, 
21, 24, 27, 38, 41; p. 61, 11. 6, 9, 
12, 18, 32, 38; p. 62, 11. 16, 22, 25, 
31, 34 ; p. 63, 11. 14, 17, 30, 33, 42, 
48 ; p. 64, 11. 6, 15, 18 
*Edmund8on, Alexander, 29 April, 
1716 

— William, father of Alexander E., 
p. 4, 1. 1 

Edwards, Richard, Fellow of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford, p. 164, 1. 14 

— Mr, master of Llanegryn school, 
Merionethshire, p. 43, 1. 19 

— Mr, master of Pwlhely school, 
Carnarvonshire, p. 105, 1. 20 

— Mr, master of Tenby school, p. 81, 
1. 31 

— Mr, master of Tipshall (? Tibshelf ) 
school, Derbyshire, p. 122, 1. 30 

— Mr, master of Wem school, Salop, 
p. 46, 1. 31 

— Andrew, Nov. 2, 1730 

— Edward, June 30, 1732 

— Grif. Swinfen, father of Richard 
Swinfen, E., p. 127, 1. 17 

— John, April 30, 1736 

— Nathaniel, father of John E., p. 
82, 1. 37 

— Richard, father of Andrew E., p. 
65, 1. 3 

Swinfen, Oct. 27, 1748 

— Thomas, father of Thomas E., p. 
120, 1. 32 

Nov. 22, 1746 

father of Edward E., p. 73, 

1. 33 

— — father of Walter E., p. 142, 
1. 40 

— Timothy, father of William E., p. 
52, 1. 19 

— Walter, May 11, 1754 

— William, April 17, 1727 

Ekins, George, father of George E., 
p. 125, 1. 34 
June 7, 1748 ; May 15, 1749 

— Randolph, June 19, 1740 ; May 6, 
1745 

— Robert, father of Randolph E., p. 
97, 1. 33 

Elam, John, June 21, 1727 

— Thomas, father of John E., p. 54, 
1. 3 

Elcock, Thomas, father of Thomas E., 
p. 52, 1. 36 

May 18, 1727 

Eliot, Alexander, April 23, 1737 



Eliot, Griffith, father of Alexander E., 

p. 86, 1. 16 
Ellis, Mr, master of Coney Hatch 

school, p. 28, 1. 7 

— Mr, master of Grantham school, 
Lincolnshire, p. 10, 11. 23, 41 ; p. 14, 
1. 5 ; p. 52, 1. 8 

— Henry, father of WUliam E., p. 
123, 1. 35 

— John, father of John E., p. 172, 
1. 36 

April 2, 1766 

— Seth, father of Seth E., p. 77, 1. 7 
June 24, 1734 

— Timothy, father of William E., 
p. 43, 1. 21 

Oct, 30, 1724 

*— William, Nov. 19, 1747; p. 148, 

1. 43 (Mr) ; p. 151, 1. 44 
Ellison, Mr, master of Micklethwaite 

school, Bingley, Yorkshire 

— Stanhope, A.B., Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford, July 2, 1761 

EUiss, John, father of WiUiam E., p. 
73, 1. 1 

— WilUam, June 11, 1733 
EUiston, William, father of William E., 

p. 131, 1. 31 

1 June 6, 1750 

EUys, Thomas, father of William E., 

p. 41, 1. 35 

— William, May 29, 1724 

— Mr, master of Mortlock, (?) Malwyd 
school, Merionethshire, p. 51, 1. 29 

Elmsal, Henry, father of Henry E., 
p. 132, 1. 24 

June 29, 1750 

Elsley, Charles, 15 May, 1718 

— Gregory, father of Gregory E., p. 
86, 1. 13 

April 23, 1737 

— William, father of Charles E., p. 
14, 1. 24 

Eltoft, Thomas, father of Thomas E., 
p. 109, 1. 32 

June 27, 1743 

Elyott, Edmund, July 8, 1741 

— Thomas, father of Edmund E., 
p. 103, 1. 17 

Emerson, Mr, master of Bishop Auck- 
land school, p. 18, 1. 11 
Emmerson, John, June 27, 1719 

— Ralph, father of John E., p. 19, 
1.41 

Etty, Lewis, May 19, 1725 

— William, father of Lewis E., p. 45, 
1.38 

Evans, Anne, maiden name of the 
mother of Thomas E., p. 175, 1. 13 

— John, Senior Fellow of King's, p. 
85, 1. 3 



1 Master of Sidney, 1760. 



200 



INDEX. 



Evans, Mr, master of Audlem school, 
p. 6, 1. 23 ; p. 87, 1. 19 

— Mr, master of Cosheston school, 
Pembrokeshire, p. 81, 1. 35 

— Mr, master of Pembroke school, 
p. 12, 1. 18 

— Edmund, father of Edmund E., 
p. 66, 1. 48 

June 5, 1731 

— Evan, June 23, 1760 

— James, father of James E., p. 149, 
1.7 

June 14, 1756 

— Lewis, father of Thomas E., p. 
175, 1. 13 

— Thomas, 4 June, 1716 
Feb, 21, 1767 

— Walter, A.B., Jesus Coll., Oxford, 
June 27, 1734 

— William, father of Thomas E., p. 
5, 1. 17 

June 15, 1759 

father of William E., p. 155, 

1.85 

Feb. 21, 1767 

Evatt, John, June 15, 1753 

— Robert, father of John E., p. 140, 
1.41 

Ewen, Thomas, father of William E., 
p. 128, 1. 10 

— 1 William, March 15, 174|; p. 158, 

I. 41 (Mr) 

Exeter, ^Brownlowe, Earl of, father of 
Brownlowe Cecil, Lord Burleigh, p. 
114, 1. 21 

— John, Earl of, father of Hons. 
^Brownlow and William Cecil, p. 18, 

II. 26, 31 

Exley, John, father of Tristram E., 
p. 107, 1. 11 

— Tristram, 27 Oct. 1742 

*Eyles, Domintis, p. 24, 1. 48; p. 27, 
1. 25 ; p. 28, 1. 4 ; p. 33, 1. 30 ; p. 35, 
1. 17 (Mr) 

Eyre, Ambrose, father of Venn E., p. 
59, 1. 4 

— John, father of Robert E., p. 93, 
1.25 

— Joseph, June 30, 1729 

father of Joseph Arnall E., p. 

173 1 35 
'- Arnall, June 25, 1766 

— Robert, April 6, 1739; Aug. 8, 
1739 {Ob.) 

— Thomas, father of Joseph E., p. 
61, 1. 10 

— Venn, March 22, 172f 
Eyton, Robert, March 28, 1764 

— Thomas, p. 167, 1. 23 

Faber, Thomas, March 15, 174| 



Faber, William, father of Thomas F., 

p. 128, 1. 7 
Fairclough, William, father of William 

F., p. 146, 1. 39 

* June 12, 1755 

•Fairfax, Cecil Jacques, June 19, 1745 ; 

p. 142, 1. 45 (Mr) 

— George, father of Cecil Jacques F., 
p. 115, 1. 42 

— Thomas, May 16, 1717 

— William, father of Thomas F., p. 
10, 1. 11 

Fancourt, John, July 1, 1760 

— William, father of John F.,p. 158, 
1.86 

FarhiU, George Parker, July 6, 1752 

— John, father of George Parker F. , 
p. 138. 1. 40 

Farmery, Robert, 13 February, 171^ 

— William, father of Robert F., p. 8, 
1. 89 

Farneworth, Mr, master of Wanslay 
(?Willesley) school, Derbyshire, p. 
37, 1. 21 

Farrington, George, father of William 
F., p. 99, 1. 1 

— Henry, Feb. 2, 172^ 

— Valentine, father of Henry F., p. 
26, 1. 13 

— William, July 21, 1740 
Fawcet, John, father of John F., p. 

187, 1. 19 

March 20, 1752 

Fawcett, Horace, April 3, 1717 

— James, father of Richard F., p. 44, 
1.5 

— Richard, March 5, 172f 

— Robert, father of Horace F., p. 9, 
1.9 

Fay ting, John, father of Nicholas F. , p. 
80, 1. 27 

— Nicholas, Sept. 30, 1721 
*Featherstonehaugh, Mr, p. 11, 1. 23; 

p. 14, 1. 45 {Dominus); p. 22, 11. 1 

(Mr), 18; p. 36, 1.27; p. 89, 1. 16 
Featley, John, Butler ? (Promus) of 

B. N. C. Oxford, p. 15, 1. 83 
Fellowes, Coulson, father of William 

F., p. 118, \. 7 

— William, June 26, 1744 

Felton, George, father of William F., 
p. 80, 1. 81 

— William, June 26, 1735 
♦Fenwick, Mr, p. 3, 1. 81; p. 5, 11. 8, 

16; p. 7, 1. 82 

— George, father of George F., p. 
118, 1. 21 

April 9, 1746 

father of John F., p. 140, 

1. 1 

— John, May 8, 1753 



1 Not Fellow. Graduated, according to Grad. Cant, as W. Howell E. 
* Sic in Register. 



INDEX. 



201 



Fenwick, Thomas, father of Thomas 
P., p. 134, 1. 39 

June 5, 1751 

Penwicke, John, 2 June, 1716 

— Roger, father of John F., p. 5, 1. 
14 

Fern, George, Jan. 8, 172f 

— Griles, father of George F., p. 58, 
1. 27 

Feme, Richard, father of William F., 
p. 143, I. 24 

— Wmiam, June 24, 1754 

Ferris, Francis, father of Thomas F., 

p. 155, 1. 22 
♦— Thomas, May 22, 1759 

— Dr, p. 171, 1. 3 
Fetherstonhaugh, Henry, father of 

Timothy F., p. 137, 1. 27 

— Timothy, April 6, 1752 

— Ulrick, A.B., Trin. CoU. Oxford, 
March 18, 174? 

Fidler, Jasper, father of Thomas F., 
p. 39, 1. 18 

— Thomas, Nov. 29, 1723 

Field, Mr, master of Flockburgh school, 
Lancashire, p. 173, 1. 8 

— Benjamin, A.B., Hartford College, 
Oxford, June 27, 1750 

— Robert, May 13, 1766 

— William, father of Robert F., p. 
173, 1. 7 

Fielde, Thomas, father of Thomas F., 
p. 122, 1. 29 
June 5, 1747 

— Mr, p. 175, 1. 31 
Fielding, James, Feb. 14, 1758 

father of James F., p. 152, 1. 14 

Filewood, James, father of Thomas F., 
p. 170, 1. 12 

— Thomas, May 6, 1765 

Finch, Henry, father of William F., 
p. 3, 1. 29 

— wmiam, April 4, 1716 

— Thomas, Fellow of Trinity College, 
Oxford, p. 69, 1. 16 

Fisher, Mr, master of Bodmin school, 
p. 103,1.26; p. 145,1.30 

— Mr, master of St Bees school, p. 
132, 1. 5 

— John, father of John F., p. 147, 
1.5 

June 27, 1765 

Fitchatt, Francis, May 26, 1764 

— John, father of Francis F., p. 168, 
1. 7 

FitzEdwards, Francis, father of Francis 
FitzE., p. 11, 1. 13 

— Francis, June 25, 1717 
Fitzherbert, John, June 19, 1736 

— WilUam, father of John F., p. 83, 
1.41 

father of William F., p. 169, 1. 

37 



Fitzherbert, William, Feb. 19, 1765 
Flasby, John, father of Joseph F., p. 
52, 1. 1 

— Joseph, March 23, 172f 
Fleming, John, March 14, 172| 

— WiUiam, father of John F., p. 36, 
1. 16 

Fletcher, Mr, master of Repton school, 
Derbyshire, p. 68, 1. 1 ; p. 78, 1. 22; 
p. 82, 1.39; p. 90,1. 29 

— Mr, master of Sutton Valence 
school, Kent, p. 72, 1. 4 

— Mr, private tutor in London, p. 
155, 11. 14, 17 

— Carter, May 20, 1749 

— George, father of George F., p. 
122, 1. 20 

June 1, 1747 

— Henry, father of Carter F., p. 129, 
1.1 

— John, father of John F., p. 87, 1. 
29 

July 4, 1737 

father of Robert F., p. 138, 1. 

33 

— Robert, July 1, 1752 

Floyer, Ralph, father of Sacheverel 
F., p. 18, 1. 47 

— Sacheverel, May 29, 1719 
*Foche, Mr, p. 4, 1. 41 

Fogge, Arthur, D.D., father of John 
and Robert F., p. 14, 11. 8, 11 

— Arthur, D.D., father of Orlando 
F., p. 39, 1. 11 

*— John, April 26, 1718; p. 41, 1. 11 
(Dominus); p. 88, 1. 27 (Mr Fogg); 
p. 96, 1. 6; p. 98, 1. 19; p. 151, 1. 9 
(Dr) ; p. 153, 1. 29 

— Orlando, Oct. 26, 1723 

— Robert, April 26, 1718 

Folds, Fowlds, WilUam [B.A. 170f], 
formerly of St John's (See this 
Register under May 9, 1705), master 
of a school in the parish of Carrick 
Macrosse, co. Monaghan, Ireland, p. 
68, 1. 20 

Foljambe, Francis, father of Francis 
F., p. 36, 1. 43 
April 20, 1723 

Foord, William, ' Praelector' of Sidney 
College, p. 71. 1. 37 

Ford, John, May 18, 1748 

— Richard, father of John F., p. 125, 
1.3 

— Thomas, father of Thomas P., p. 
38, 1. 6 

June 26, 1723 

Porster, Mr, master of Halesworth 
school, Suffolk, p. 130, 1. 5 

— George, father of George P., p. 68, 
1. 12 

July 17, 1731 

father of Richard P., p. 92, 1. 37 



202 



INDEX. 



Forster, George, father of Thomas F., 
p. 103, 1. 37 

— John, July 4, 1717 

— Joseph, father of Kalph F., p. 131, 
1. 25 

*— Kalph, May 25, 1750 

— Eichard, Nov. 4, 1738 

— Thomas, Fellow of University 
College, Oxford, p. 144, 1. 41 

Oct. 12, 1741 

father of William F., p. 159, 

1.33 
— William, A.B., Lincoln College, 

Oxford, May 28, 1750 

father of John F., p. 11, 1. 48 

father of William F., p. 97, 1. 

29 

June 16, 1740 

July 3, 1758 

March 10, 1761 

Fortune, John, A.B., Pembroke Coll., 

Oxford, June 28, 1740 
Foster, Mr, master of Beckswell school, 

Norfolk, p. 35, 1. 25 

— Mr, master of the King's school, 
Cambridge, p. 6, 1. 12 

— Kev. Dr, Head-master of Eton, p. 
174, 11. 30, 33; p. 176, 1. 14 

— Mr, master of Heskin school, p. 
7, 1. 12 

— Mr, master of York school, p. 4, 
1. 22 ; p. 14, 1. 25 

— G. (WiUiam?) father of William 
F., p. 50, 1. 47 

— Eichard, father of Eichard F., p. 
70, 1. 19 

May 31, 1732 

*— Mr Vere, p. 51, 1. 1 

— William, July 7, 1726 
♦Foulkes, Mr, p. 2, 11. 27, 34; p. 3, 

I. 34 ; p. 4, 1. 23 ; p. 5, 1. 40 ; p. 6, 

II. 10, 24, 27 ; p. 12, 1. 19 
Fountaine, Eichard, father of Eobert 

F., p. 162, 1. 24 

— Eobert, May 5, 1732 
April 16, 1762 

— William, father of Eobert F., p. 
69, 1. 37 

Fovargue, Stephen, father of Stephen 

F., p. 142, 1. 1 

* Jan. 30, 17541 

Fowle, John Wing, father of William 

Wing F., p. 137, 1. 5 

— William Wing, Jan. 31, 1752 
♦Fowler, Chappel, Oct. 14, 1721; p. 

75, 1. 37 (Mr); p. 119, 1. 17 

— Charles, May 23, 1746 

— Francis, father of Charles F., p. 
119, 1. 15 

— George, father of Chappel F., p. 
30, 1. 37 



Fox, John, father of John F., p. 119, 
1.1 
May 19, 1746 

*Frampton, Algernon, July 7, 1736; 
p. 135, 1. 28 (Mr); p. 142, 1. 22 ; p. 
143, 11. 18, 47 ; p. 146, 1. 34; p. 147, 
1. 30; p. 150, 1. 42; p. 155, 1. 30 
(Mr F., senr.); p. 157, 1. 16; p. 168, 

I. 1 

— Thomas, father of Algernon and 
Thomas F., p. 84, 1. 26 ; p. 108, 1. 10 

* March 17. 174|; p. 160, 1. 33 

(Mr) ; p. 162, 1. 18; p. 168, 1. 5 (Mr 
F., junr.); p. 169, 11. 18, 21; p. 171, 

II. 1, 4, 14, 19, 22; p. 173, 11. 18, 21, 
25, 28, 43, 45, 48; p. 174, 11. 4, 14, 
16, 18, 31, 34, 37, 39; p. 175, 11. 25, 
31, 45, 48; p. 176, 11. 2, 23, 26, 28, 
37, 45 ; p. 177, 11. 3, 13, 15, 18, 21 

Franck, Thomas, father of Thomas F., 

p. 71, 1. 13 

July 19, 1732 

Frank, John, father of Nathaniel F., 

p. 9, 1. 5 

— Nathaniel, 28 March, 1717 

— Thomas, June 6, 1748 

— Walter, father of Thomas F., p. 
125, 1. 30 

Franke, Charles, June 7, 1723 

— Eichard, father of Charles F., p. 
37, 1. 44 

Franklyn, Eichard Farewell, June 30, 
1737 

— Thomas, father of Eichard Fare- 
well F., p. 87, 1. 21 

French, William, A.B. of Wadham 

College, Oxford, April 6, 1749 
Frere, Henry, June 17, 1752 

— John, father of Henry F., p. 138, 
1. 15 

Frewen, Edward, June 26, 1765 

— John, May 24, 1720 

— Thankfull, father of John F., p. 
23, 1. 17 

— Thomas, father of Edward F., p. 
170, 1. 43 

Friend, George, father of Henry F,, p. 
145, 1. 45 

— Henry, April 25, 1755 

— Freind,Dr, master of Westminster 
school, p. 2, 1. 26 ; p. 4, 11. 14, 44 ; p. 
5, 1. 28 ; p. 8, 1. 40 ; p. 11, 11. 1, 10 ; p. 
12, 1. 8; p. 13, 1. 2; p. 21, 1. 18; p. 
22, 1. 41; p. 25, 11. 14, 27, 30; p. 28, 
1. 30; p. 31, 1. 8; p. 32, 1. 36; p. 35, 

1. 4 ; p. 36, 1. 37 ; p. 39, 1. 32 ; p. 40, 
11. 14, 24; p. 41, 11. 8, 23; p. 48, 1. 
31; p. 51, 11. 5,17; p. 53, 1.40; p. 
55, 11. 16, 19; p. 61, 1. 30; p. 62, 11. 

2, 6; p. 66, 1. 18; p. 74,1. 6; p. 75, 
11. 16, 21 



1 Tried in 1774 for tlie manslaughter of his gyp, Thos. Goode, who died Feb. 6, 1770. See History of 
St John's, p. 1076, 1. 32. 



INDEX. 



203 



Fry, Joseph, March 29, 1737 

— Walter, father of Joseph F., p. 86, 
1. 1 

Frye, Mr, Principal of William and 
Mary College, Virginia, p. 38, 1. 41 

Gainsborough, Baptist, late Earl of, 

p. 39, 1. 35 

Earl of, p, 39, 1. 34 

Gale, Thomas, father of William G., 

p. 85, 1. 28 

— William, Jan. 24, 173f 
Galloway, Mr, private tutor, p. 174, 1. 3 
Ganton, Robert, May 17, 1742 

— William, father of Robert G., 
p. 105, 1. 22 

Gardiner, Charles, Sept, 7, 1750 

— Luke, June 7, 1762 

father of Luke G., p. 162, 1. 32 

— Robert, father of Robert G., p. 25, 
1.22 

October 5, 1720 

father of Charles G., p. 133, 

1. 1 
Garmstone, Mr, master of Lincoln 

school, p. 24, 1. 10; p. 25, 1. 25 
Garnett, Henry, May 21, 1725 

— John, father of Henry and John 
G., p. 45, 1. 41 

May 21, 1725 

Garnham, Mr, master of Bury St Ed- 
mund's school, p. 123, 1. 15; p. 126, 
1. 2; p. 132, 1. 34; p. 133, 1. 14; 
p. 146, 1. 19; p. 150, 1. 41; p. 162, 
1. 17 

Garrett, James, father of John G., 
p. 159, 1. 14 

— John, Nov. 2, 1760 

Gates, George, father of Thomas G., 
p. 60, 1. 39 

— Thomas, June 16, 1729 

Gaudy, Mr, master of Biddenden 

school, Kent, p. 36, 1. 2 
Gawthrop, Mr, master of Tottenham 

High Cross school, Middlesex, p. 71, 

1.2 

— Christopher, father of Thomas G., 
p. 29, 1. 39 

— Thomas, July 1, 1721 

Gee, James, father of Richard G., 
p. 157, 1. 28 

— Richard, April 14, 1760 

— Thomas, father of Thomas G., 
p. 3, 1. 36 

9 April, 1716 

Geldart, John, July 2, 1756 
Gem, Richard, father of Richard G., 
p. 80, 1. 17 

June 12, 1735 

George, Mr, Head-master of Eton, p. 65, 
1.21; p. 68,1.41; p. 74, 1. 12 (Dr) ; 
p. 77, 1. 23 ; p. 79, 1. 41 ; p. 80, 1. 12 ; 
p. 85, 1.15; p. 88, 1. 38 ; p. 90, 1. 13 ; 



p. 95, 1. 2; p. 96, 1. 5; p. 98, 1. 7; 

p. 100, 1. 40; p. 102, 1. 26; p. 104, 

1. 30; p. 106,1.42; p. 117, 1. 27 
Gerard, Mr, master of Sherbourne 

school, Dorsetshire, p. 21, 1. 30 
Gerison; see Jernison 
Gery, Thomas, father of Thomas G., 

p. 76, 1. 44 

June 22, 1734 

Gibbes, Mr, master of Urchfont school, 

Wilts, p. 145, 1. 2 
Gibbon, Thomas, father of William G., 

p. 11, 1. 41 

— William, 2 July, 1717 

Gibson, Abraham, father of Richard 
G., p. 105, 1. 25 

— John, May 15, 1739 

— Richard, father of John G., p. 94, 
1. 5 

June 3, 1742 

Gifford, Charles, June 10, 1741 

— John, father of Charles G., p. 102, 
1. 25 

Gilbank, Thomas, father of William 
G., p. 155, 1. 9 

— WiUiam, April 19, 1759 
Gill, Mr, p. 168, 1. 47 

— John, Feb. 2, 1744 

— Peter, father of John G., p. 114, 
1. 29 

— Stephen, father of William G., 
p. 53, 1. 3 

— William, May 25, 1727 

— (G. ?) William, father of William 
G., p. 134, 1. 25 

May 22, 1751 

Gilmour, Sir Alexander, hart., Nov. 16, 
1753 

Charles, father of Sir Alexander 

G., p. 141, 1. 34 
Gisbome, James, father of James G., 
p. 99, 1. 44 

Oct. 17, 1740 

father of Thomas G., p. 113, 

1. 18 
*— Thomas, June 28, 1744, p. 149, 

1. 32 (Mr) ; p. 159, 1. 38 (Dr) 
Gittens, Richard, 11 June, 1716 

— Thomas, father of Richard G., 
p. 5, 1. 24 

Gladwin, Lemuel, father of Lemuel G., 

p. 74, 1. 8 

Oct. 11, 1733 

Glassbrooke, Mr, master of Rivington 

school, Lancashire, p. 3, 1. 8 

— Peter, father of Simon Peter G., 
p. 21, 1. 8 

— Simon Peter, 14 September, 1719 
Glover, John, father of Richard G., 

p. 165, 1. 15 

— Richard, June 6, 1763 
Goddard, Edward, father of Henry G., 

p. 43, 1. 38 



204 



INDEX. 



*Goddard. Henry, Jan. 20, 172 J; p. 66, 

1. 9 (Dominus) 
Godly, Joseph, father of Michael G., 

p. 33, 1. 19 
— Michael, June 12, 1722 
Goldesborough, Mr, master of Brawton 

(Bruton) school, p. 65, 1. 7 ; p. 98, 

1.16; p. 117, 1. 43; p. 124,1. 11 

— Colesbury, Mr, master of Pernton 
(? Taunton) school, p. 43, 1. 16 

Goldwyer, George, father of George G., 

p. 129, 1. 11 

May 30, 1749 

Goodall, Goodal, Grodal, Mr, master 

of Lincoln school, p. 47, 1. 10 ; p. 59, 

1. 2 ; p. 61, 1. 2 ; p. 72, 1. 39 ; p. 80, 

1.46; p. 81, 1.5; p. 97, 1.11; p. 107, 

1. 1 ; p. 112, 1. 38 
Goodday, George, father of George G., 

p. 18, 1. 13 

9 May, 1719 

Goodere, John, father of Bichard G., 

p. 93, 1. 22 

— Bichard, March 27, 1739 ; p. 130, 
1. 34 (Goodeve) 

Goodricke, Henry, June 22, 1741 

— William, father of Henry G., 
p. 102, 1. 34 

*Goodwin, Mr, p. 6, 1. 41 
Gordoun, Bobert, father of Bobert G., 
p. 27, 1. 34 

March 29, 1721 

Gorges, Henry, father of Bobert G., 
p. 28, 1. 6 

— Bobert, June 20, 1721 
Goslin, James, 21 May, 1716 

— Joseph, father of James G., p. 4, 
1. 42 

Gough, Charles, July 4, 1763 

— Owen, father of Charles G., p. 166, 
1.3 

— Thomas, May 26, 1738; Sept. 2, 
1743 

— Walter, father of Thomas G., 
p. 90, 1. 25 

Goulton, Christopher, May 30, 1723 

father of Thomas G., p. 174, 

1. 20 

— Thomas, father of Christopher G., 
p. 37, 1. 27 

Dec. 22, 1766 

Gower, Ho7i. Baptist Leveson, April 22, 
1720 

— John Leveson, Baron, father of 
Hon. Baptist Leveson G., p. 32, 1. 40 

Graham, Charles, father of Thomas 
Fane Charles G., p. 139, 1. 4 

father of William G., p. 123, 

1.6 

— James, ' Praefectus Militum,' p. 34, 
1. 31 



Graham, ^ Thomas Fane Charles, Sept. 
26, 1752 

— William, July 8, 1747 

— Mr, master of Hackney and 
Dalston school, Middlesex, p. 104, 
1.4; p. 107, 1. 28 ; p. 113, 1. 9 ; p. 114, 
1.6 

Grainger, Thomas, father of WilUam 
G., p. 19, 1. 7 

— William, 3 June, 1719 
Grantham, Leonard, father of Bobert 

G., p. 32, 1. 5 

— Bobert, March 30, 1722 
Graves, Edward, May 11, 1730 

— John, father of Edward G., p. 62, 
1.36 

Greatorex, Daniel, father of John G., 
p. 82, 1. 41 

— John, May 1, 1736 
Greaves, George, June 19, 1764 
Green, Mr, master of Birmingham 

school, p. 101, 1. 5 

— Henry, June 20, 1746 

— John, father of John G., p. 41, 
1.48 

*— Greene, John, June 10, 1724 
p. 75, 11. 18, 22 (Mr) ; p. 82, 1. 21 
p. 84, 1. 21; p. 86, 11. 3, 15, 24 
p. 87, 1. 13 ; p. 88, 11. 28, 29; p. 89 
1. 19; p. 91, 11. 38,41; p. 94, 11. 4 
11; p. 95, 1. 15; p. 96, 11. 6, 40 
p. 98, 1. 17; p. 100, 1. 41; p. 102 
1. 16; p. 103, 1. 3; p. 104, 1. 31 
p. 105, 1. 41 ; p. 108, 1. 35 ; p. 109, 
1. 9; p. 117, 1. 44; p. 125, 1. 44 

father of John G., p. 47, 1. 22 

Oct. 19, 1725 

May 28, 1729 

August 26, 1736 

— Maurice, father of John G. , p. 85, 
1. 13 

— Bichard, father of John G. , p. 60, 
1. 5 

father of Henry G., p. 120, 1. 5 

Greenall, Joshua, father of Thomas G., 
p. 172, 1. 3 

— Thomas, Dec. 14, 1765 
Greene, Bobert, Tutor of Clare Hall, 

p. 1,1. 14; p. 33, 1. 18 

— Vincent, Sept. 20, 1761 

— William, father of William G., 
p. 141, 1. 11 

June 29, 1753 

father of Vincent G., p. 161, 

1.8 
Greenhalgh, Henry, July 6, 1722 

— Bichard, father of Henry G., p. 35, 
1.6 

Grey, George, father of George G., 

p. 66, 1. 4 
April 9, 1731 



1 First instance of three Christian names. 



INDEX. 



205 



Grey, George, father of George G., 
p. 157, 1. 25 

April 14, 1760; Nov. 3, 1760 

Griffenhoof, Abraham, father of Nico- 
las G., p. 88, 1. 29 

— Nicolas, Oct. 31, 1737 
Griffies, George, Oct. 8, 1733 

— John, father of George G., p. 74, 
1. 4 

father of John G., p. 96, 1. 38 

May 5, 1740 

Griffin, Giles John, father of Lucock 
G., p. 170, 1. 9 

— Lucock, May 3, 1765 

Griffith, Mr, master of Houghton-le- 
Spring school, Durham, p. 135, 1. 40 ; 
p. 155, 1. 44 ; p. 156, 1. 25 ; p. 159, 
1.41 

— Edward, father of Moses G., p. 106, 

I. 24 

— John, father of Middlemore G., 
p. 77, 1. 3 

father of John G., p. 81, 1. 37 

Oct. 31, 1735 

fatherof Samuel G., p. 140, 1.4 

— Middlemore, June 24, 1734 

— Moses, June 2 (error for some 
date between 25 and 29 inclusive), 
1742 

— Joseph, June 8, 1756 

— Leighton Owen, father of Samuel 
G., p. 131, 1. 1 

— Bichard, A.B., University College, 
Oxford, June 28, 1738 

Nov. 3, 1758 

— Samuel, Feb. 26, 17^ 
May 2, 1753 

— William, father of Joseph G., 
p. 149, 1. 4 

Griffiths, Griffith, Mr, Eichard, master 
of Bangor school, p. 168, 1. 31 ; 
p. 171, 1. 34 ; p. 173, 11. 2, 5; p. 175, 

II. 10, 14; p. 176, 1. 18 

— Mr, master of Brecon school, 
p. 169, 11. 27, 28 

— Griffith, July 3, 1738 

— Maurice, father of Griffith G., 
p. 92, 1. 11 

— Robert, April 17, 1764 

— Simon, father of Bobert G., p. 167, 
1.32 

*Grigman, Dominvs, p. 19, 1. 17 ; p. 20, 
1. 38 (Mr) ; p. 21, 1, 19 

— Mr, private tutor, p. 92, 1. 31 
Grimwood, Mr, master of Dedham 

school, Essex, p. 72, 1. 30; p. 98, 
1. 40; p. 122, 1. 10; p. 128, 1. 36; 
p. 131, 11.6,32; p. 140, 1.42; p. 143, 
1. 12; p. 157, 1.22 

— Thomas Lechmere, March 16, 
1758 

fatherof Thomas Lechmere G., 

p. 152, 1. 24 



Grindall, Simon, father of Simon G., 
p. 152, 1. 21 

March 15, 1758 

Grinfield, Eichard, father of Richard 
G., p. 48, 1. 15 

March 16, 172^ 

father of William G., p. 93, 

1.3 

— William, Nov. 11, 1738 ; Nov. 16, 
1741 

Grodal; see Goodall 

Grosvenor, Sir Eichard, Bart., p. 17, 

1.41 
•Grove, Mr, p. 7, 1. 12; p. 12, 1. 26 

{MrG.senr.); p. 14, 1. 22 
* (junr.),p. 14, 1. 29; p. 16, 1. 33; 

p. 148, 1. 4; p. 149, 1. 9; p. 150, 

1. 15 
father of William Chafin G., 

p. 131, 1. 15 

— Chafin, father of Charles, Harry, 
and Thomas G., p. 160, 1. 32 ; p. 167, 
1.42 

— Charles, July 2, 1765 

— Harry, May 21, 1764 

— J. father of Peirce G., p. 51, 1. 25 

— John, father of Eichard G., p. 74, 
1.37 

— Peirce, Dec. 17, 1726 

*— Eichard, Dec. 17, 1733; p. 138, 
1. 21 (Mr) 

— Thomas, July 8, 1761 

— William Chafin, April 30, 1750 
Guenaire, Mr, tutor in the family of 

E. Vyner, Esq., p. 89, 1. 37 
Guest, John, father of William G., 
p. 58, 1. 18 

— Joseph, father of Joseph G., p. 102, 
1.31 

* June 15, 1741 

— William, Nov. 2, 1728 
Gunning, Mr, master of Ely school, 

Cambridgeshire, p. 58, 1. 28; p. 66, 
1. 11 ; p. 69, 1. 23 ; p. 72, 1. 19 ; p. 79, 

I. 18; p. 83, L 39; p. 90, 1.4; p. 91, 

II. 14, 21; p. 95, 11. 5, 8; p. 113, 
1.42; p. 122, 1.45; p. 129,1. 30 

— Francis, June 13, 1747 

— Henry, father of Francis and 
Stuart G., p. 91, 1. 20 

— Peter, father of Peter G., p. 72, 
1.18 

May 9, 1733 

*— Stuart, June 24, 1738; p. 120, 

1. 23 (Mr); p. 122, 1. 46; p. 155, 

1.24 
Gunnis, Griffin, Fellow of Jesus Coll., 

Oxford, p. 29, 1. 21 
Gunthorp, John, father of Robert G., 

p. 52, 1. 22 

— Bobert, May 3, 1727 
Gutteridge, Bartin, father of Bartin G., 

p. 77, 1. 25 



206 



INDEX. 



Gutteridge, Bartin, June 25, 1734 

Haddon, Peter, Vicar of Bolton, Lanca- 
shire, p. 15, 1. 25 

Haigh, Henry, father of Bichard H., 
p. 33, 1. 3 

— Bichard, June 6, 1722 
♦HaU, Mr, p. 22, 1. 38 ; p. 26, 1. 22 

— Francis, father of Francis H., p. 
90, 1. 42 

June 16, 1738 

— George, June 30, 1720 
July 1, 1727 

— Henry, tutor in the family of Hon. 
Sackville Tufton, p. 39, 1. 28 

father of Thomas Bumbold H., 

p. 99, 1. 9 

— John, father of George H., p. 24, 
1. 39 

— Joseph, father of Samuel H., p. 
44, 1. 24 

— Samuel, March 27, 1725 

father of Samuel H., p. 159, 

1. 40 
AprU 9, 1761 

— Thomas Bumbold, Sept. 27, 1740 

— William, father of George H., p. 
54, 1. 20 

* Nov. 3, 1758 

Halley, George, father of Thomas H., 
p. 53, 1. 16 

— Thomas, June 1, 1727 
Hallows, Brabazon, March 18, 173f ; 

Nov. 3, 1738 

— Chaworth, June 16, 1738 

— John, March 3, 174| 

— Thomas, father of Brabazon H., 
p. 85, 1. 42 

father of Chaworth H., p. 90, 

1.45 

father of John H., p. 124, 1. 14 

Halls, James, father of James H., p. 

176, L 3 
May 21, 1767 

— John, Nov. 30, 1725 

— Eobert, father of John H., p. 47, 
1.34 

Hammond, Antony, father of Thomas 
H., p. 11, 1. 9 

— Thomas, 24 June, 1717 

— William, father of William H., 
p. 84, 1. 3 

June 26, 1736 

Hancock, Mr, master of Stourbridge 
school, Worcestershire, p. 115, 1. 23 

— Benjamin, father of Benjamin H., 
p. 113, 1. 21 

June 30, 1744 

Hancorn, Bichard, father of Bichard 
H., p. 118, 1. 44 

May 14, 1746 

Hankey, Henry, May 25, 1747; May 
22, 1751 



Hankey, Sir Joseph, Bart,, father of 

Henry H., p. 122, 1. 9 
Hanmer, Henry, father of Thomas H., 

p. 134, 1. 19 

— Thomas, May 13, 1751 
Hanson, Antony, 29 April, 1717 

— Thomas, father of Antony H., p. 9, 
1.32 

Harcourt, James, Fellow of Jesus Coll., 

Oxford, p. 29, 1. 18 
Hardy, Mr, master of Nottingham 

school, p. 66, 1. 35 

— Mr, master of Sutton school, Kent, 
p. 141, 1. 13; p. 161,1. 9 

Harding, John, father of William H., 
p. 94, 1. 31 

— Bobert, father of Eobert H., p. 
140, 1. 12 

May 9, 1753 

— William, June 13, 1739 

Hare, Mr, master of Crewkerne school, 
Somersetshire, p. 124, 1. 8 

— John, father of John H., p. 10, 
1. 29 

27 May, 1717 

Hargrave, James, father of William H., 
p. 147, 1. 21 

— William, Dec. 16, 1755 ; May 2, 
1760 

Hargreaves, Mr, master of Trentham 
school, Staffordshire, p. 45, 1. 11 ; 
p. 57, 11. 34, 40 ; p. 60, 1. 29 

— James, father of James H., p. 37, 
1. 31 

May 30, 1723 

— John, father of John H., p. 59, 
1.25 

May 15, 1729 

Harpur, Henry, father of Henry H., 
p. 127, 1. 42 
March 1, 174f 

— G. (William?), father of William 
H., p. 60, 1. 33 

— William, June 16, 1729 
Harrap, Job, p. 124, 1. 42 (No date of 

admission given) 

— John, father of Job H., p. 124, 
1.42 

Harris, Mr, master of Bristol school, 
p. Ill, 1. 11 

— Thomas, father of Thomas H., 
p. 141, 1. 20 

Oct. 5, 1753 

Harrison, Dr, p. 170, 1. 26 
*— Mr, p. 29, 1. 45 

— John, father of John H., p. 12, 
1.28 

2 November, 1717 

father of PhUip H., p. 74, 

1. 33 
June 22, 1763 

— Joseph, April 18, 1724 
June 24, 1734 



INDEX. 



207 



Harrison, Philip, Dec. 14, 1733 

— Eichard, father of Richard H., p. 
156, 1. 7 

June 27, 1759 

father of William H., p. 18, 

1.26 
19 May, 1719 

— William, father of Joseph H., p. 
40, 1. 43 

father of Joseph H., p. 76, 

1.48 
father of William H., p. 170, 

1.31 

June 7, 1765 

Hart, Rawson, father of Robert H., 

p. 10, 1. 22 

— Robert, 22 May, 1717 

Hartley, Robert, father of Thomas H., 
p. 45, 1. 25 

— Thomas, May 10, 1725 
Hartopp, Samuel, father of William 

H., p. 48, 1. 39 

— William, April 19, 1726 
Harvey, James, father of Samuel H., 

p. 132, 1. 1 

— Samuel, June 18, 1750 

— William, May 19, 1767 
Harwood, Edward, father of Edward 

H., p. 136, 1. 1 
July 2, 1751 

— RoUand, 26 September, 1716 

— Thomas, father of RoUand H., 
p. 8, 1. 9 

Hasell, Christopher, father of William 
H., p. 151, 1. 26 

— William, June 20, 1757 
Haselem, Edward, father of Edward 

H., p. 118, 1. 33 

April 10, 1746 

Haslam, Edward, father of William H., 
p. 22, 1. 19 

— William, April 4, 1720 
Haslehurst, Joseph, father of Joseph 

H., p. 124, 1. 38 

April 20, 1748 

Hasaell, Mr, master of Digswell school, 
Herts, p. 27, L 17 

— Mr,masterofMuchHaddam(-ham) 
school, Herts, p. 85, 1. 19 

— Samuel, May 16, 1743 ; Sept. 17, 
1748 

— Thomas, father of Samuel H., p. 
108, 1. 36 

Hastings, Henry, father of Theophilus 
Henry H., p. 125, 1. 16 

— Theophilus Henry, May 25, 1748 
Hatfield, Mr, master of Ghapell le 

Frith school, Derbyshire, p. 80, 1. 6 

— Charles, father of Charles H., p. 
72, 1. 25 

May 16, 1733 



Hatfield, George, May 1, 1736 

— John, father of George H., p. 83, 
1. 4 

Hatton, Alexander, father of Thomas 
H., p. 139, 1. 22 

— Christopher, June 10, 1732 

— Sir John, father of Sir Thomas H., 
p. 117, 1. 3 

— Sir Thomas, Bart., Oct. 8, 1745 

— Thomas, Jan. 26, 1753 

— William, formerly Fellow of St 
John's (B.A. 170|, M.A. 1711, elected 
Fellow, 1710), and father of Chris- 
topher H., p. 70, 1. 26 

Havard, David, A.B., Jesus Coll., Ox- 
ford, p. 20, 11. 9, 11 

Hawky, Mr, private tutor in the family 
of Henry Maxwell, Esq., p. 81, 1. 
19 

Haygarth, John, June 25, 1759 

— Josias, 30 May, 1719 

— Matthew, father of Josias H., p. 
19, 1. 3 

Hayward, Haywood, Mr, master of 
Warrington school, Lancashire, p. 
37, 1.6; p. 76, 1.7 

Hazeland, Mr, master of Bishop Stort- 
ford school, Herts., p. 147, 1. 7 

— G. (William?), father of William 
H., p. 118, 1. 37 

^* — WilUam, May (between 1st and 

13th), 1746 
Hazelhurst, Henry, father of Joseph 

H., p. 36, 1. 12 

— Joseph, Feb. 19, 172§ 

Head, Mr, master of Amesbury school, 
Wilts., p. 129, 1. 38 

— Henry, father of Richard H., 
p. 105, 1. 39 

— John, June 15, 1723 

— Richard, June 9, 1742 

— William, father of John H., p. 38, 
1. 3 

Heal, Hele, Mr, master of Salisbury 

school, p. 46, 1. 45; p. 86, 1. 2 
2 Arthur, Sept. 28 or Sept. 30, 

1730; p. 61, 1. 26 
*Heald, Healde, Mr, p. 9, 1. 34 ; p. 19, 

1.35; p. 21, 1.23 
Heath, Bayly, father of Thomas and 

William H., p. 174, 11. 28, 32 
*— George, July 19, 1755 

— John, M.A., and 'Pro Tutor' of 
King's, p. 86, U. 4, 11 

father of George H., p. 147, 1. 

13 

— Thomas, Feb. 6, 1767 

— William, Feb. 6, 1767 
Heathcote, Edward, June 15, 1746 

— Ralph, father of Edward H., p. 
119, 1. 42 



1 The first Johnian Senior Wrangler, 1749-50. 



> See p. 61, note 1, and p. 64, note 1. 



308 



INDEX. 



Heathcote, Samuel, father of Thorn- 
hill H., p. 118, 1. 18 

— Thornhill, March 25, 1746 
Heaton, Henry, father of Peter H., p. 

9,1.1 

— Peter, 26 March, 1717 
Hebberden, Heberden, Kichard, father 

of William H., p. 43, 1. 32 
*— WiUiam, Dec. 23, 1724 ; p. 82, 11. 
20 (Mr), 23 ; p. 84, 11. 2, 23, 25; p. 
103, 1. 10 (Dr) ; p. 109, 1. 28 
Heber, John, of University Coll., Ox- 
ford, June 2, 1727 ; p. 53, 1. 25 
Heblethwait, Joshua, father of Thomas 
H., p. 31, 1. 42 

— Thomas, March 15, 172^ 
Hele, Arthur, Sept. 28, 1730 
Hemmings, Samuel, M.A. , master of 

Isleworth school, Middlesex, p. 43, 
1. 3 
Henchman, Mr, master of Chester 
school, p. 3, 1. 23 ; p. 14, 11. 9, 12, 
15; p. 32, 1. 6; p. 35,1. 29; p. 39, 
1. 12 ; p. 45, 1. 14 ; p. 49, 1. 20 ; p. 65, 
1.37; p. 66, 1. 25; p. 112,1. 18 

— Charles, father of Charles H., p. 
49, 1. 19 

May 28, 1726 

— father of Humphrey H., p. 66, 1. 
24 

— Humphrey, April 29, 1731 

— Joseph, father of Joseph H., p. 
27, 1. 37 

May 26, 1721 

Henley, Mr, master of As(s)fordby 
school, Leicestershire, p. 26, 1. 37 

— Mr, master of Taunton school, p. 
129, 1. 26 

Henshaw (? Henchman) Mr, master of 

Chester school, p. 31, 1. 15 
Henvill, James, June 22, 1754 

— Philip, January 13, 17^^ 

— William, father of Philip H., p. 21, 
1.28 

fatherof James H., p. 143, 1.12 

Herbert, Mr, master of York school, p. 
4, 1. 18; p. 9, 1. 19; p. 28,1. 22 

— Edward, father of Thomas H., p. 
114, 1. 4 

father of Edward H., p. 116, 

1. 40 

July 23, 1745 

father of Nicolas H., p. 129, 1. 7 

— Nicolas, May 27, 1749 

— Thomas, July 12, 1744 
Heron, John, July 2, 1725 

— Eobert, father of John H., p. 46, 
1.47 

Hesilrige, Arthur, March 28, 1720 

— Eobert, Bart., father of Arthur 
H.,p. 22, 1. 15 

Hesleden, William, father of William 
H., p. 97, 1. 16 



Hesleden, William, June 4, 1740 
Hetley, Henry, July 9, 1762 

— Richard, father of Henry H., p. 
162, 1. 8 

Heton, James, father of James H., p. 
96, 1. 41 

— James, May 12, 1740 
Hewett, Eichard, March 14, 1755 

— Eobert, father of Eichard H., p. 
145, 1. 37 

Hewit, Hewitt, Mr, master of Linton 

school, Yorkshire, p. 128, 1. 8 
— Mr, master of Threshfield school, 

Yorkshire, p. 126, 1. 13; p. 134, 1. 

13; p. 135,11. 3, 6; p. 150,1.9; p. 

161,1.35; p. 162, 1. 26 

— James, father of Eobert H., p. 22, 

I. 36 

June 7, 1746 

— Eobert, April 16, 1720 

— William, father of James H., p. 
119, 1. 33 

Hewthwaite, Mr, master of Lincoln 
school, p. 170, 1. 33; p. 174, 1. 21 

— John, Jan. 13, 174^ 

— Thomas, father of John H., p. 
121, 1. 1 

Highmore, John, July 9, 1763 
Hildrop, Hiltrop, Mr, master of Marl- 
borough school, Wilts., p. 6, 1. 44; 

p. 36, 1. 10; p. 39, 1. 5; p. 48, 1. 16; 

p. 68, 1. 36; p. 70, 1. 40; p. 72, 1. 36 
Hiley, Mr, master of Eeading school, 

Berks., p. 100, 1. 13 
Hill, Mr, master of Bradford school, 

Yorkshire, p. 19, 1. 23 ; p. 23, 1. 3 ; 

p. 27, 1. 25; p. 29, 1. 45; p. 33, 1. 5; 

p. 36, 11. 30, 40; p. 41, 1. 20; p. 44, 

II. 35, 37; p. 45, 1. 33; p. 46, 1. 41; 
p. 47, 1. 7; p. 54,11. 24, 28; p. 57, 
11. 12, 16,44; p. 59, 11. 11, 44 

— Mr, master of Lismore school, co. 
Waterford, Ireland, p. 55, 1. 9 

— Mr, tutor in the family of Sir 
Eoger Jenyns, p. 34, 1. 44 

— John, April 7, 1724 

* — John Samuel [Hist, of S. John's, 

i. 306, 1. 1], p. 107, 1.6 

June 20, 1732 

father of Thomas H., p. 98, 1. 

16 

— Noel, April 25, 1759 

— Eichard, father of John H. , p. 70, 
1.36 

— Eowland, father of John H., p. 
40, 1. 29 

Bart., father of Eowland H., 

p. 169, 1. 16 
Oct. 10, 1764 

— Thomas, June 26, 1740 

father of Noel and Samuel H., 

p. 155, 11. 13, 16 

— Samuel, April 25, 1759 



INDEX. 



209 



Hillman, Mr, master of Brawood (Bre-) 
school, Staffordshire, p. 3, 1. 30 

Hiltrop ; see Hildrop 

Hinds, Mr, master of Cradley school, 
Herefordshire, p. 72, 1. 42 

Hitching, John, 29 June, 1717 

— Nicholas, father of John H., p. 
11, 1. 32 

Hodgson, John, Nov. 3, 1761 
Hodson, Mr, master of a school, or 

private tutor, in Cheshire, p. 58, 1. 

13 

— Mr, master of Southwell school, 
Notts., p. 47, 1. 32; p. 53, 1, 11 (Mr 
Hodgshon) 

— George, 19 March, 171| 

— Henry, father of Henry H., p. 87, 
1.1 

May 27, 1737 

— Henry, father of John H., p. 101, 
1. 24 

— John, father of George H., p. 13, 
1.7 

father of John H., p. 41, 1. 

38 

May 30, 1724 

May 16, 1741 

Hody, Edward, 26 September, 1716 

— John, father of Edward H., p. 8, 
1.5 

Hoggard, John, July 6, 1720 

— Nathaniel, father of John H., p. 
25, 1. 9 

Holbrooke, Edward, father of John H., 
p. 16, 1. 14 

— John, 23 June, 1718 
Holcombe, Mr, master of Tenby 

school, p. 86, 1. 17; p. 142, 1. 21 
(bis) 

— George, father of George H., p. 
74, 1. 45 

Feb. 13, 173| 

— John, Oct. 24, 1720 

— William, father of John H., p. 25, 
1.25 

Holden, Mr, master of Morpeth school, 
Northumberland, p. 69, 1. 42 ; p. 86, 
1.42 

— John, May 3, 1732 

— Eobert, father of John H., p. 69, 
1.33 

Holdon, Humphrey, father of Hum- 
frey H., p. 15, 1. 16 

— Humfrey, 23 June, 1718 
Holdsworth, Mr, tutor in the family of 

W. Wombwell, Esq., p. 28, 1. 22 

— Mr, master of Hal(l)ifax school, 
Yorkshire, p. 141, 1. 24 

Holford, Peter, May 3, 1736 

— Robert, father of Peter H., p. 83, 
1.7 

father of Stayner H., p. 145, 

1. 10 



Holford, Stayner, Jan. 9, 1755; Nov, 

13, 1759 
Holgate, George, father of George H., 

p. 154, 1. 6 
Oct. 23, 1758 

— William, father of William H., 
p. 63, 1. 12 

May 28, 1730 

Holiday, Christopher, father of James 
H.. p. 105, 1. 46 

— James, June 11, 1742 
Holland, John, Warden of Merton 

CoU., Oxford, p. 29, 1. 30 

— Rogers, father of Rogers H., p. 
145, 1. 1 

Dec. 4, 1754; Dec. 3, 1756 

HoUins, Philip, father of Philip H., 
p. 38, 1. 16 

— June 29, 1723 

HoUis, John, father of Thomas H., 
p. 1, 1. 5 

— Thomas, 23 July, 1715; p. 1, 1. 9 
Holme, Mr, master of Sevenoaks 

school, Kent, p. 136, 1. 10; p. 139, 1. 9 

— Mr, master of Wellingborough 
school, Northants, p. 125, 11. 36, 
39; p. 136,1. 15; p. 148,1.47 

— Edward, father of Hugh H., p. 
49, 1. 3 

— Hugh, May 4, 1726 

— John (?), father of John H., p. 57, 
1.8 

May 23, 1728; p. 112, U. 14 

(Mr) 24; p. 113, 11. 17, 34; p. 121, 

I, 11; p, 124, 1. 20; p. 129,1. 35; 
p. 131, 1. 33; p. 140, 1. 9; p. 145, 

II. 20, 24; p. 147, 1. 15; p. 150, 1. 18; 
p. 155, 1. 3; p. 157, 1. 30 

— Thomas, father of Thomas H., 
p. 125, 1. 38 

June 7, 1748 

Holmes, Mr, master of Much Wolton 
school, Lancashire, p. 37, 1. 5 

— Mr, master of Urswick school, 
Lancashire, p. 28, 1. 3 

— Edward, June 6, 1722 

— Henry, father of Robert H., p. 122, 
1. 5 

— John, father of Edward H., p. 83, 
1. 8 

— Joseph, father of Joseph H., p, 32, 
1. 1 

March 26, 1722 

— Robert, April 30, 1747 

— Sarah, maiden name of mother 
of Edmund and John Burton, p, 176, 
1. 39 

Holt, Henry, Dec. 7, 1720 

— Rolland, father of Henry H., p. 26, 
1.5 

Holyoake, Mr, Head-master of Rugby 
school, p. 1, 11. 7, 21 ; p. 3, U. 12, 
16 ; p, 8, 1. 45 

14 



210 



INDEX. 



Hood, Arthur William, between June 
13 and July 2, 1747 

— Samuel, father of Arthur William 
H., p. 122, 1. 48 

Hope, Charles, June 25, 1750 

— John, M.D., father of William H., 
p. 17, 1. 34 

— William, 1 April, 1719 

M.D., father of Charles H., p. 

132, 1. 16 
Hopwood, John, father of John H., 
p. 68, 1. 37 

Oct. 25, 1731 

Home, Mr, master of King's Lynn 
school, p. 37, 1. 24 

— John, father of John H., p. 141, 
1. 38 

1 Jan. 12, 1754 

Horsefal, Henry, June 25, 1746 

— John, father of Henry H., p. 118, 
1. 13 

Horseman, James, father of John H., 

p. 135, 1. 46 
father of James H., p. 157, 

1.18 

March 21, 1760 

*— John, July 2, 1751 ; p. 157, 1. 19 

(Mr); p. 159, 1. 42; p. 165, 1. 26 
Horton, Thomas, June 12, 1729 
Hosken, Anthony, father of John H., 

p. 145, 1. 29 
*— John, Feb. 5, 1755 ; p. 164, 1. 39 
Hotchkis, James, July 5, 1720 

— Joshua, father of James H., p. 24, 
1. 5 

— Eichard, father of Eichard H., p. 
6, 1. 28 

28 June, 1716 

Hotchkiss, Hodgkis, Hotchkis, Mr, 
master of Shrewsbury school, p. 99, 
1. 18; p. 106, 1. 25 ; p. 109, 11. 4, 30; 
p. 112, 1. 45; p. 115, 1. 8; p. 124, 
1. 2 ; p. 127, 11. 11, 14 ; p. 133, 1. 23 ; 
p. 134, 1. 20 ; p. 138, 1. 10 ; p. 139, 
1. 23 (Mr Hodgkis) 
— , Hothskiss, Mr, master of Charter- 
house school, p. 70, 1. 31 ; p. 74, 1. 
2 ; p. 84, 11. 5, 9 ; p. 90, 1. 23 ; p. 96, 
1. 39 ; p. 123, 1. 7 

Hotham, John, father of Eobert H., 
p. 53, 1. 19 

— Eobert, June 1, 1727 
Houblon, James, father of James and 

John H., p. 142, 1. 12; p. 150, 
1. 26 
Feb. 2, 1754 

— John, Feb. 2, 1757; Jan. 18, 1762 
Hough, Henry, May 17, 1749 

— Eichard, father of Henry H., p. 
128, 1. 38 



Hough, Thomas, father of Thomas H., 

p. 45, 1. 3 

April 16, 1725 

Houghton, John, May 6, 1728; Jan. 

14, 173| 

— Ealph, father of John H., p. 57, 
1. 4 

— Eichard, father of Eichard E., p. 
148, 1. 10 

March 25, 1756 

Houlbrooke, Theophilus, June 30, 1762 ; 
May 11, 1765 

father of Theophilus H., p. 165, 

1. 46 
*Houl8ton, Houldston, Thomas, April 

12, 1757 
Hovell, Oliver, father of William H., 
p. 72, 1. 6 

— William, Dec. 23, 1732; Jan. 19, 
173f 

Howard, Mr, master of Ashford school, 
Derbyshire, p. 128, 1. 28 

— Charles, April 26, 1735 

— Henry Booze (by error for Bowes), 
Earl of Berkshire, father of Charles 
H., p. 79, 1. 39 

Howdell, John, June 23, 1742 

— WiUiam, father of William H., 
p. 17, 1. 20 

26 March, 1719 

father of John H., p. 106, 

1. 17 
father of William H., p. 115, 

1.26 

June 7, 1745 

Howen, John, July 8, 1737. See also 

this Eegister, Part H, p. 209, No. 35, 

13 June, 1713 
Hoyland, Edward, April 22, 1720 

— John, father of Edward H., p. 22, 
1.43 

Hubbert, Hubbard, Mr, master of 

Uppingham school, p. 95, 1. 17 ; 

p. 120, 1. 6 
Hubbock, Mr, master of Dorchester 

school, p. 160, 1. 22 
Hucklebridge, Mr, master of Mansfield 

school, Notts, p. 33, 1. 33 ; p. 52, 1. 24 
Huddesford, George, President of 

Trinity College, Oxford, p. 69, 1. 15 
Hudson, Mr, master of Bingley school, 

Yorkshire, p. 131, 1. 40 

— Eobert, father of Eobert H., p. 
172, 1. 42 

April 25, 1766 

Hughes, Hughs, Mr, master of Hanmer 
school, Flintshire, p. 63, 1. 38 (Mr 
Hughs) ; p. 73, 1. 42 

— Mr, master of Kilmerston(-don) 
school, Somerset, p. Ill, 1. 15 



1 This is John Home Tooke, author of "Eirea nrepoevTa. When at Eton, and asked his father's 
profession, lie is said to liave replied, ' My father is an eminent Turkey merchant.' See page of Register 
referred to above. 



INDEX. 



211 



Hughes, Mr, master of Kuthin school, 
Denbighshire, p. 114, 1. 14 ; p. 119, 1. 
5 ; p. 126, 1. 32 ; p. 132, 1. 22 ; p. 137, 

I. 42 ; p. 148, 1. 38 ; p. 156, 1. 39 ; 
p. 164, 1. 1 ; p. 165, 1. 29 ; p. 166, 

II. 12, 16, 20; p. 167, 11.25, 35 

— Mr, master of Whitchurch school, 
Salop, p. 2, 1. 34 ; p. 52, 1. 21 

— John, father of Lewis H., p. 171, 
1.83 

— Lewis, August 22, 1765 

— Robert, father of WilUam H., p. 
77, 1. 18 

— Samuel, Vice-Principal, JesusColl., 
Oxford, p. 20, 1. 15 

— William, June 25, 1734 
Hull, Christopher, Jan. 22, 1761 

— John, father of Christopher H., 
p. 159, 1. 22 

iHulse, John, Sept. 14, 1724 

— Thomas, father of John H., p. 43, 
1.8 

Humberstone, Edward, father of Mat- 
thew H., p. 23, 1. 13 

— Matthew, May 23, 1720 
Himiphreys, Richard, father of Thomas 

H., p. 138, 1. 8 

— Thomas, May 22, 1752 
Hunt,Joseph,Fellow,afterwardsMaster, 

of Balliol Coll., Oxford, p. 34, 1. 24 

— Samuel, May 20, 1765 

— Thomas, father of Samuel H., p. 
170, 1. 24 

Hunter, Mr, master of Arnside school, 
Hawkshead, Lancashire, p. 17, 1. 11 ; 
p. 22, 1. 30 (master of Hawkshead 
school); p. 31, 1. 27; p. 37, 1. 41; 
p. 44, 1. 22 

— Mr, master of Blackburn school, 
Lancashire, p. 117, 1. 13 

2 — Mr, master of Lichfield school, 

p. 21, 1. 26; p. 46, 1. 37; p. 74, 1. 22 
Hurd, Nathaniel, father of Nathaniel 

H., p. 42, 1. 35 

July 9, 1724 

Hurst, Thomas, father of Thomas H., 

p. 66, 1. 34 

May 22, 1731 

Hurt, Francis, father of Low H., p. 

53, 1. 82 

— Low, June 18, 1727 

Hurton, John, father of Pregion H., 
p. 97, 1. 9 

— Pregion, June 2, 1740 

*Husey, George, 30 Oct. 1718; p. 16, 
1. 35; p. 73, 1.27 (Mr) 

— Robert, father of George H., p. 16, 
1.81 

Hussey, Edward, Oct. 25, 1740 

— Thomas, father of Thomas H., p. 
95, 1. 32 



Hussey, Thomas, Oct. 13, 1739 ; 6 Nov, 

1742 
father of Edward H., p. 100, 

1.7 
Hutchin, Hutchins, Mr, master of 

Felstead school, Essex, p. 18, 1. 4 ; 

p. 85, 1. 19 ; p. 38, 1. 21 ; p. 40, 1. 27 
Hutchinson, James, father of John H., 

p. 143, 1. 48 

— John, father of John H., p. 185, 
1.88 

July 1, 1751 

July 1, 1754 

— Joshua, father of Thomas H., p. 
144, 1. 4 

— Matthew, father of Simon H., p. 
44, 1. 89 

— Samuel, father of Samuel H., p. 92, 
1.17 

* July 6, 1738 ; p. 124, 1. 40 (Mr) 

— Simon, April 9, 1725 

— Thomas, between July 1 and July 
4, 1754 

*Hutton, John, June 30, 1759 

— Thomas, father of Thomas H., 
p. 94, 1. 16 

June 2, 1739 

*Ilderton, Francis, May 25, 1744 

— Thomas, father of Francis I,, p. 
112, 1. 26 

Image, Charles, father of John I., p. 

122, 1. 1 
*— John, April 12, 1747 
Lice, Nicholas, father of Thomas I., 

p. 14, 1. 14 

— Thomas, April 26, 1718 
Ingram, Goodrick, May 4, 1718 
Inman, John, father of Thomas I., p. 

108, 1. 1 

— Thomas, March 5, 174^ 
Feb. 1, 1754 

— William, father of Thomas I., p. 
142, 1. 8 

Irby, Hon. Frederick, Oct. 8, 1767 
Irish, Samuel, father of William I., p. 
107, 1. 26 

— William, Feb. 9, 174f 
Ironside, G. (William ?), father of Wil- 
liam I., p. 156, 1. 23 

*— William, July 2, 1759 
Ives, Clement, father of James I., p. 
172, 1. 89 

— James, April 19, 1766; April 20, 
1769 

Iveson, John, May 26, 1718 

— William, father of John I., p. 14, 
1.47 

Jackson, Mr, master of Borton-on- 
Trent school, p. 146, 1. 33 



' Founder of the various Hulsean benefactions. 
2 See this Uegister, Part IL, p. 216, n. 1. 



U— 2 



212 



INDEX. 



Jackson , Mr, master of Coventry school, 
p. 91, 1. 25; p. 120,1.33 (Dr) 

— Mr, master of St Bees school, p. 
40, 1. 36 

— Mr, master of York school, p. 65, 
1.27 

— Jeremiah, father of Jeremiah J., 
p. 176, 1. 10 

June 5, 1767 

— John, May 30, 1723 

— Lancelot, father of William J., 
p. 97, 1. 36 

— Richard, father of John J., p. 37, 
1.35 

father of Thomas J., p. 4, 1. 39 

— Eobert, June 3, 1743 

— Simon, father of Simon J., p. 113, 
1 29 

— — June 30, 1744 

— Thomas, May 19, 1716 

father of Thomas J., p. 10, 1. 

14 

May 17, 1717 

father of Robert J., p. 109, 1. 7 

father of Thomas J., p. 121, 

1.9 

Jan. 26, 174f 

father of William J., p. 131, 

1.43 

— WiUiam, June 19, 1740 
June 18, 1750 

Jacques, Mr, master of Urchfont 

school, Wilts, p. 145, 1. 3 
James, Antony, Feb. 18, 173f 

— David, father of Antony J., p. 65, 
1.20 

father of Thomas J., p. 74, 1. 

11 

— John, father of Robert J., p. 64, 
1. 1 

— Eobert, July 1, 1730 

— Thomas, Oct. 25, 1733 
Janeway, Jacob, April 6, 1743 

— James, father of Jacob J., p. 108, 
1.20 

Jardine, Mr, master of Abergavenny 

school, p. 169, 1. 10 
Jauncey, John, father of Tyge J., p. 

146, 1. 12 

— Tyge, May 15, 1755 
Jebb, John, June 19, 1722 

— Samuel, father of John J., p. 33, 
1. 32 

Jefferson, Mr, master of Beverley 
school, p. 42, 1. 1; p. 44, 1. 18; p. 
52, 1. 36; p. 57, 1. 9; p. 76, 1. 42; p. 
82, 1. 20 

— Henry, father of Henry J., p. 1, 
1.1 

July 11, 1715 

— John, father of John J., p. 70, 1. 3 



Jefferson, John, May 8, 1732 

Jeffery, George, A.B., Balliol Coll., 

Oxford, June 3, 1725 
Jemblein, James, father of John J., p. 

81, 1. 3 

— John, June 30, 1735 

Jenkin, Mr, master of Battle school, 
Sussex, p. 87, 11. 5, 8 ; p. 101, 1. 25 ; 
p. 102, 1. 39 ; p. 109, 1. 21 

— Mr, private tutor in family of Earl 
of Portmore, p. 168, 1. 39 

— Henry, father of Thomas J. , p. 3, 
1.4 

July 5, 1750 

father of Robert J., p. 35, 1. 

24 

— John, father of Thomas J., p. 36, 
1. 1 

— Robert, Oct. 17, 1722 

*— Thomas, 9 February 171|; p. 35, 
1. 26 {Domiims) 

Dec. 14, 1722 

father of Henry J., p. 132, 1. 41 

Jenkinson, Mr, master of Madeley 

school. Staffs, p. 10, 1. 48 
Jenyns, Roger, Knight, father of 
Soame J., p. 34, 1. 43 

1— Soame, July 2, 1722 
Jernison, Gerison, Mr, master of U(c)k- 

field school, Sussex, p. 122, 1. 26 ; p. 
170, 1. 44 
Jephson, Thomas, Dec. 10, 1754 

— William, father of William J., p. 
126, 1. 8 

father of Thomas J., p. 145, 

1. 5 

* June 15, 1748; p. 146, 1. 10 

(Mr) ; p. 152, 1. 16 ; p. 155, 1. 7 

Jessopp, G. (William?), father of Wil- 
liam J., p. 73, 1. 27 

— William, June 29, 1733 

Jodrell, Paul, father of Paul J., p. 170, 

1.3 

March 22, 1765 

♦Johnson, Mr, p. 3, 1. 13; p. 12, 1. 37; 

p. 17, 1. 8; p. 18, 1.8; p. 21, 1.34; 

p. 23, 1. 19; p. 24, 1. 7; p. 25, 11. 11, 

35; p. 28, 11. 9, 23; p. 32, 11. 18, 37 ; 

p. 33, 1. 34; p. 35, 1. 20; p. 36, 1. 3 

2 — Mr, master of Nottingham school, 
p. 3, 1.34; p. 7,1. 16 

— Allen, father of John Allen J., p. 
164, 1. 18 

— Humfrey, June 29, 1724 

— Isaac, father of Thomas J., p. 177, 
1.19 

— John, Oct. 20, 1740 
Allen, April 7, 1763 

— Jonathan, May 17, 1744 

— Joshua, father of Humfrey J., p. 
42, 1. 15 



1 Author of View of the Internal Evidence qfthe Christian Reliijion, etc. 

2 Bentley's opponent. 



INDEX. 



213 



Johnson, Maurice, father of John J., 
p. 100, 1. 3 

— Eichard, father of EoUand J., p. 5, 
1 38 

— Robert, May 31, 1755 

— RoUand, 19 June, 1716 

— Samuel, father of Samuel J., p. 
54, 1. 35 

July 3, 1727 

Aug. 2, 1758 

father of Samuel J., p. 153, 1. 

40 

— Thomas, father of William J., p. 
7, 1. 18 

father of Thomas J., p. 126, 

1.1 
♦ June 11, 1748 ; p. 149, U. 3, 

42 

father of Thomas J., p. 175, 1. 3 

Feb. 18, 1767 

Oct. 14, 1767 

— Walter, Nov. 10, 1722; p. 35, n. 1 

— William, 25 July. 1716 

father of Jonathan J. , p. 112,1. 

16 

father of Robert J., p. 146, 1. 

25 
Johnston, Samuel, father of Samuel 
J.,p. 89, 1. 46 

♦ April 14, 1738; p. 117, 1. 15 

(Mr); p. 121, 1. 32; p. 142, 1. 39; p. 
169, 1. 24 
•Johnstone, Mr, p. 3, 1. 9 
Johnstone, Johnston, Johnson, Mr, 
master of Beverley school, p. 10, 1. 
9; p. 13, 11. 15, 41; p. 17, 11. 19, 32; 
p. 21, 1. 42 (Johnston) ; p. 22, 11. 5, 
25; p. 23, 1. 43; p. 28, 11. 36, 39; p. 
30, 1. 5 
JoUand, George, father of George J., p. 
50, 1. 42 

July 7, 1726 

father of George J. , p. 127, 1. 

46 

March 9, 174f 

Jones, William, Principal of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford, p. 34, 1. 3 

— Mr, master of Oundle school, 
Northamptonshire, p. 43, 1. 36 

— Mr, master of Pwllheli (Pullely) 
school, Carnarvonshire, p. 51, 1. 24 

— Mr, master of Wrexham Grammar 
school, p. 77, 1. 20 ; p. 105, 1. 8 

— Cadwalader, Dec. 1, 1726 

— Evan, A.B., Jesus Coll., Oxford, 
March 14, 1759 

— Edward, May 8, 1724 

— John, Fellow of Balliol Coll., Ox- 
ford, p. 34, 1. 29 

father of Cadwalader J., p. 51, 

1.22 
M.D., father of Salisbury J., 

p. 138, 1. 43 



Jones, Owen, May 10, 1742 

— Peter, June 27, 1763; p. 165, L 
33 

— Randle, father of Edward J., p. 
41, 1. 10 

*— Robert, June 27, 1750; p. 148, 1. 
39 (Mr) ; p. 160, 1. 26 

— Rowland, father of Owen J., p. 
105, 1. 19 

*— Salisbury, July 9, 1752; p. 163, 1. 
21(Mr J.'jun.) 

— Samuel, father of Samuel J., p. 
19, 1. 30 

June 25, 1719 

father of William J., p. 47, 1. 

25 

— Thomas, father of Peter J., p. 165, 
1.28 

father of Robert J., p. 132, 1. 

21 

— WiUiam, Oct. 28, 1726 
Joy, Thomas, June 5, 1756 

Kay, John, April 26, 1720 

— Richard, father of Richard K., p. 
38, 1. 13 

June 28, 1723 

father of William K., p. 56, 

1,30 

— Thomas, father of John K., p. 23, 
1. 1 

— William, April 20, 1728 

Keck, Anthony, father of David An- 
thony K., p. 161, L 40 

James, father of Anthony James 

K., p. 153, 1. 31 

July 5, 1758 

— David Anthony, Jan. 9, 1762 ; May 
28, 1766 

Kellow, Thomas, father of William K., 
p. 103, 1. 1 

— William, June 30, 1741 
Kenrick, Conway, Oct, 22, 1728 

— John, father of Conway K., p. 58, 
1.11 

Kenyon, George, father of George and 

Roger K,, p, 17, 1. 24 
* 31 March, 1719 

— Roger, 31 March, 1719 
Kerchevall, John, father of John E., 

p, 86, 1, 30 

May 5, 1737 

Key, John, June 1, 1726 

— William, father of John K., p, 49, 
1.29 

Keysel, Nicolas, A,B,, Balliol Coll., 
Oxford, June 26, 1721 ; p, 28, 1. 16 

Kidley, Mr, tutor in the family of John 
Prudom, p, 39, L 2 

Kilner, George, April 6, 1720 

— Thomas, father of George K., p, 
22, 1. 28 

Kilvington, Thomas, April 7, 1749 



214 



INDEX. 



Kilvington, William, father of Thomas 
K., p. 128, 1. 23 

Kinesman, Kinersman, Kinnersman, 
Kinnesman, Kinsman, Kynnesman, 
Kynsman, Mr, master of Bury St 
Edmunds school, Suffolk, p. 6, 1. 41 ; 
p. 7, 1. 27 ; p. 8, 1. 33 ; p. 15, 11. 2, 7 
(Kinersman); p. 42, 1. 33; p. 47, 
1. 35 ; p. 48, I. 1 ; p. 49, 1. 24 ; p. 50, 
1. 44 ; p. 51, 11. 20, 26 ; p. 55, 11. 5, 
12 ; p. 58, 1. 40 ; p. 59, 1. 40 ; p. 65, 
1. 18 ; p. 69, 1. 4 ; p. 70, 1. 27 ; p. 72, 
1. 7 ; p. 74, 11. 15, 18, 31, 38 ; p. 76, 
1. 3 ; p. 80, 1. 35 ; p. 90, 1. 10 ; p. 94, 
1. 21 ; p. 98, 1. 44 ; p. 99, 1. 7; p. 103, 
1. 19 ; p. 104, 1. 37 ; p. 105, 1. 11 ; 
p. 110, 1. 10; p. 113, 1. 37; p. 115, 
1. 32 ; p. 116, 1. 32 ; p. 117, 1. 35 ; 
p. 123, 1. 15 

King, Alexander, father of Talbot K., 
p. 124, 1. 35 

— James, June 17, 1734 

— John, May 22, 1717 
June 28, 1757 

— Talbot, April 5, 1748 

— Thomas, father of John K., p. 10, 
1.18 

father of James K., p. 76, 

L 20 

Kingsley, Elizabeth, daughter of Key- 
lock K., maiden name and style of 
the mother of William Pym, p. 175, 
1.39 

Kingsman, Mr, master of Southampton 
school, p. 35, 1. 32 

— Jasper, father of Jasper K., p. 96, 
1.19 

Nov. 14, 1739 

Kingston, Francis, May 25, 1761 

father of Francis K., p. 160, 

1.7 
Kipling, Thomas, June 28, 1764 

— William, father of Thomas K., 
p. 168, 1. 33 

Kippax, Mr, master of Bochdale school, 

p. 22, 1. 20 
Kirby, John, Oct. 9, 1761 

father of John K., p. 161, 1. 12 

Kirkby, John, May 4, 1723 

— Thomas, father of John K., p. 37, 
1.12 

Kirke, Richard, 15 June, 1717 

— William, father of Eichard K., p. 
10, 1. 40 

Knapp, Knap, Mr, master of Upping- 
ham school, p. 153, 1. 16 ; p. 158, 
1. 17 ; p. 159, 1. 34 ; p. 160, 1. 38 ; 
p. 170, 1.26; p. 172,1. 1 

Knipe, Mr, master of Ambleside school, 
p. 146, 1. 29 

Knowler, Gilbert, father of William K., 
p. 9, 1. 46 

— William, 3 May, 1717 



Knowles, Mr, master of Bumsill school, 
Yorkshire, p. 128, 1. 24 

— Knowls, Mr, master of Threshfield 
school, Yorkshire, p. 100, 1. 32 ; p. 
104, 1. 20 ; p. 107, 1. 12 ; p. 108, 1. 8 ; 
p. 113, 1. 34; p. 115, 1. 12; p. 118, 
11. 31, 35 ; p. 121, 1. 3 

— Richard, father of Richard Arthur 
K., p. 101, 1. 39 

Arthur, May 26, 1741 

— Thomas, Feb. i7, 1764 

— William, father of Thomas K., 
p. 167, 1. 8 

Knowlton, Charles, May 16, 1744 

— Thomas, father of Charles K., p. 
112, 1. 11 

Knowsley, Edward, father of Edward 
K., p. 89, 1. 40 
April 4, 1738 

— John, Jan. 26, 1731 

— Robert, father of John K., p. 72, 
1. 9 

Kyffen, John, Oct. 13, 1759 

— Thomas, father of Thomas and 
John K., p. 148, 1. 37 ; p. 156, 1. 38 

May 26, 1756; Jan. 21, 1759 

Kyffin, Elvedale, Fellow of Jesus Coll., 

Oxford, p. 164, 1. 12 ; p. 165, 1. 38 
Kynaston, Edward, Jan, 3, 172f 

— John, father of Edward K., p. 48, 
1. 3 

Lack ; see Luck 

Laidman, John, father of William L., 
p. 63, 1. 19 

— William, June 10, 1730 

Lamb, John, father of Robert L., p. 
56, 1. 27 

— John Taylor, Jan. 17, 174^ 

— Robert, April 13, 1728 

— William, father of John Taylor L., 
p. 117, 1. 29 

Lambe, Mr, master of Southwell school, 

Notts, p. 32, 1. 18; p. 37, 1. 45 
*— Davies, Feb. 20, 173| 

— John, father of Davies L., p. 75, 
1. 5 

— Lacon, June 28, 1733 
♦Lambert, Dr, p. 20, 1. 29; p. 22, 1. 5; 

p. 28, 1. 40; p. 37, 1. 33; p. 38, 
1.37 

— Mr, master of Beverley school, 
Yorkshire, p. 1, 1. 2 ; p. 3, 1. 37 ; p. 11, 
1. 26 ; p. 13, 11. 15, 41 ; p. 17, 1. 32 ; 
p. 21, 1. 42 ; p. 22, 1. 4 

— Charles, father of Robert Heble- 
thwaite L., p. 171, 1. 37 

— John, father of John L., p. 73, 
1.8 

June 15, 1733 

— Robert Heblethwaite, Oct. 7, 1765 
Lamplugh, William, father of William 

L., p. 25, 1. 17 



INDEX. 



215 



Lamplugh, William, July 9, 1720 
Lancaster, Mr, master of Chester 

school, p. 102, 1. 9 
Langhorn, Thomas, father of Thomas 

L., p. 108, 1. 41 
* May 27, 1743; p. 134, 1. 38 

(Mr) ; p. 185, 1. 36 
Langley, Thomas, father of Thomas 

L., p. 125, 1. 26 

June 6, 1748 

Langwade, Mr, private tutor at Nor- 
wich, p. 94, 1. 3 
Lantrow, Mr, master of Pocklington 

school, Yorkshire, p. 31, 1. 12 
Larken, John, father of John L., p. 59, 

1.22 

May 14, 1729 

Latham, John, father of John L., p. 5, 

1.41 

19 June, 1716 

Latter, Edmund, father of Edmund L., 

p. 39, 1. 14 

* Nov. 25, 1723 

Laughton, John, father of Manwaring 

L., p. 77, 1. 10 

— Manwaring, June 24, 1734 
Launce, John, father of Robert Stiles 

L., p. 6, 1. 32 

— Robert Stiles, 30 June, 1716 
Laurie, Walter, father of Walter L., 

p. 74, 1. 1 

Oct. 3, 1733 

Laverack, James, father of John L., 
p. 53, 1. 10 

— John, May 25, 1727 

Lawe, Edmund, father of Edmund L., 
p. 22, 1. 32 
April 6, 1720 

— William, Tutor of Emmanuel Col- 
lege, p. 2, 1. 17 

*Lawrence, Soulden, between March 
16 and April 3, 1767 

— Thomas, father of Soulden L., p. 
175, 1. 21 

Lawson, Mr, master of Manchester 
school, p. 172, 1. 28 ; p. 174, 1. 42 ; 
p. 175, 1. 5 

— Alfrid, father of Alfrid L., p. 78, 
L24 

Oct. 14, 1734 

— Alice, maiden name of the mother 
of Thomas Starkie, p. 176, 1. 6 

— John, father of Johnson L., p. 91, 
1.39 

— Johnson, June 29, 1738 

— Richard, June 29, 1733 
Laxton, Robert, father of Robert L., 

p. 93, 1. 35 
♦ May 3, 1739 ; p. 120, 1. 34 (Mr) ; 

p. 122, 1. 3 ; p. 124, 1. 9 
♦Layard, Charles Peter, June 27, 1766 

— Daniel Peter, father of Charles 
Peter L., p. 173, 1. 39 



Lea, Mr, master of Newport school, 
Salop, p. 73, 1. 15; p. 90, 1. 26; p. 
128, 1. 43 

— Mr, master of Stoke school, Staf- 
fordshire, p. 5, 1. 22 

Leach, John, father of John L., p. 126, 
1.5 
June 14, 1748 

— Richard, May 27, 1720 

— Robert, father of Richard L., p. 
23, 1. 35 

Leadall, Mr, master of Skipton school, 

Yorkshire, p. 8, 1. 13 
Leake, Marmaduke, father of Thomas 

L., p. 22, 1. 3 

— Thomas, February 18, 17^1 
Learoyd, Mr, master of Rishworth 

school, Yorkshire, p. 146, 1. 10; 
p. 154, 1. 40; p. 175, 1. 28 

— Abraham, father of Richard L., 
p. 113, 1. 11 

— Richard, June 28, 1744 
Leaver, William, B.A., New Coll., 

Oxford, March 22, 172^; p. 27, U. 
4,7 
Lebeg, Honoratus, father of Honoratus 
L., p. 4, 1. 9 

May 8, 1716 

*Lee, John, June 19, 1745; p. 140, 
1. 10 (Mr); p. 141, 1. 13; p. 142, 
1. 6 
May 5, 1739 

— William, father of John L., p. 93, 
1 38 

father of John L., p. 115, 1. 46 

Leeds, Mr, master of Ipswich school, 
p. 1, 1. 24 ; p. 12, 1. 11 ; p. 82, 1. 13 

— Mr, master of Woodbridge school, 
Suffolk, p. 9, 1. 37 

*Leake, Leeke, Mr, p. 23, 1. 37; p. 28, 

1. 37 ; p. 59, 1. 3 
Leek, Herbert, father of Herbert L., 

p. 66, 1. 1 

April 8, 1731 

*Leeke, Mr, p. 33, 1. 6; p. 58, 1. 3; 

p. 66, 1.3; p. 67, 1. 5 ; p. 70, 11.8, 

41 ; p. 72, 1. 8 

— Mr, tutor in the family of W. Bur- 
ton, Esq., p. 104, 1. 14 

— Nicholas, August 16, 1726 

— Robert, father of Samuel L., p. 23, 
1.39 

— Samuel, June 1, 1720 

— Seymour, Oct. 25, 1736 ; Nov. 12, 
1740 

Leftwiche, Nathaniel, A.B., New Coll., 

Oxford, p. 19, 11. 45, 47 
Legassicke, Henry, July 8, 1737 

— James, father of Henry L., p. 87, 
1.41 

Legh, Peter, Oct. 7, 1727 

— Thomas, father of Peter L., Oct. 7, 
1727 



216 



INDEX. 



Le Grice, Charles, father of Charles Le 

G.,p. 163,1.3 

July 5, 1762 

Le Hunt, Lehunt, Mr, master of Can- 

terbury school, p. 46, 1. 22; p. 52, 

1. 33; p. 54, 1. 36; p. 55, 1.2; p. 63, 

1.41 
*— Alexander, 2 July, 1719 

— John, father of Alexander Le 
H., p. 20, 1. 23 

father of John Le H., p. 128, 

L31 

May 8, 1749 

Leigh, Egerton, April 24, 1728 
LL.D., father of Egerton L., 

p. 136, 1. 29 
Dec. 26, 1751 

— Thomas, Vice-Principal of B.N. C, 
Oxford, p. 15, 1. 31 

— Mr, private tutor in the family 
of Joseph Martin, banker, p. 172, 
1.24 

Leighton, Charles, Sept. 17, 1763 

— Sir Charlton, Bart., father of 
Charles L., p. 166,1.23 

Leightonhouse, Eichard, father of 
William L., p. 136, 1. 4 

— William, July 2, 1751 
LethieuUier, Samuel, Nov. 1, 1738; 

Oct. 8, 1740 

— William, father of Samuel L., 
p. 92, 1. 29 

Lever, John, father of John Eevel L., 
p. 50, 1. 26 

Kevel, July 4, 1726 

Lewen, James, April 13, 1728 

— Thomas, father of James L., p. 56, 
1. 24 

Lewis, Ambrose Thelwall, p. 167, 11. 25, 
36, note 2 

— Edward, 3 July, 1719 

father of Lewis L., p. 43, 1. 18 

— George, father of Rowland L., 
p. 116, 1. 28 

— John, father of Edward L., p. 20, 
1. 27 

— Lewis, Oct. 24, 1724 

— Owen, Aug. 24, 1763 

— Rowland, July 1, 1745 

— Samuel, father of Samuel L.,p. 92, 
1.1 

June 30, 1738 

Leybourne, Henry, father of Henry L., 
p. 114, 1. 8 
Oct. 13, 1744 

— Talbot, father of William L., 
p. 100, 1. 42 

— WUliam, March 11, 174?; April 2, 
1744 

Leyland, John, father of Thomas L., 
p. 15, 1. 12 

Nov. 24, 1732 

~ Thomas, 21 June, 1718 



Leyland, William, father of John L. , 

p. 71, 1. 38 
Leyton, Thomas, father of William L., 

p. 173, 1. 19 

— William, June 7, 1766 
Liddiard G. (William ?), father of Wil- 
liam L., p. 148, 1. 6 

— William, March 18, 1756 
Lindsey, Robert, father of Theophilus 

L., p. 101, 1.28 

*— Theophilus, May 21, 1741; p. 126, 
1. 33 (Mr); p. 127, 1. 23; p. 128, 1. 37; 
p. 130, 1. 17; p. 131, 1. 24; p. 140, 
1. 6; p. 143, 1.46; p. 144, 1. 2 

Liptrott, Mr, master of Nuneaton 
school, Warwickshire, p. 30, 1. 13 ; 
p. 69, 1. 8; p. 76, 1.34 

Lipyeatt, Christopher, father of Jona- 
than L., p. 173, 1. 26 

* — Lyppeat, Jonathan, March 11, 
173f; p. 123, 1. 19 (Mr); p. 124, 
1. 12; p. 142,1. 15 

*— Jonathan, June 10, 1766 

— Thomas, father of Jonathan L., 
p. 85, 1. 35 

father of Thomas L., p. 53, 

1.35 

* June 15, 1727; p. 135, 1. 10 

(Mr) 

Lisle, Mr, private tutor, p. 5, 1. 15 

*— L'Isle, L'isle, Mr, p. 9, 1. 19 ; 
p. 14, 1. 1; p. 15, 1. 18; p. 19,1.43 
(L'Isle); p. 23, 1. 40 (L'isle) ; p. 27, 
1. 36; p. 32, 1. 14; p. 55,1. 6 

L'Isle ; see Lisle 

Lister, Mr, master of Bury school, Lan- 
cashire, p. 72, 1. 33; p. 83, 1. 30; 
p. 112, 1. 9; p. 113, 1. 30; p. 118, 
1. 4; p. 121, 1. 40 

— Mr, master of Halifax school, p. 33, 
1. 20 

— James, father of John L., p. 27, 
1.23 

— John, March 25, 1721 

— Thomas, father of Thomas Pindar 
L., p. 169, 1. 22 

Pindar, Oct. 22, 1764 

Lithgow, Mr, master of Wooller school, 

Northumberland, p. 112, 1. 28 
Little, Mr, master of a school at Hull, 

p. 77, 1. 34 
Littleton, Thomas, B.A., Oxford, July 

4, 1737 
*Lloyd, Mr, p. 5, 1. 33; p. 6, 1. 30 

— Mr, master of Ruthin school, Den- 
bighshire, p. 5, 1. 39 

— Mr, master of Shrewsbury school, 
p. 5, 1.18; p. 6, 1.27; p. 19, 11. 20,31; 
p. 22,1. 9; p. 27,1. 45; p. 28, 1. 12 

— David, May 27, 1730 

— Edward, father of David LI. , p. 63, 
1. 9 

— Heneage, June 23, 1760 



INDEX. 



217 



Lloyd, Henry, May 17, 1729 

— John, father of John LI., p. 81, 
1.8 

Sept. 22, 1735 

Aug. 24, 1763 

— Maurice, father of Moses LI., p. 19, 
1.19 

*— Moses, 10 June, 1719 

— Owen, father of Henry LI., p. 59, 
1. 17 

* — Dominus Richard, p. 18, 1. 28 
knt., father of Richard Savage 

LI., p. 125, 1. 46 
k7it., father of Heneage LI., p. 

158, 1. 24 
Savage, June 10, 1748 

— Talbot, father of Talbot LI., p. 35, 
1. 8 

July 3, 1722 

— Thomas, father of Thomas LI,, 
p. 2, 1. 32 

4 November, 1715 

— — father of John LI., p. 166, 1. 15 

— William, Fellow of Jesus College, 
Oxford, p. 20, 1. 16 

Lock, Charles, March 26, 1751 

— Gervase, father of Robert L., 
p. 129, 1. 18 

— Robert, June 7, 1749 

— — father of Charles L., p. 134, 
1. 10 

Lodge, Mr, master of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne school, p. 33, 1. 38; p. 73, 1. 18 

— Edmund, father of John L., p. 6, 
1.8 

— John, 26 June, 1716 

father of John L., p. 97, 1. 47 

June 24, 1740 

Loftus, Henry, June 26, 1722 

— James, father of Henry L., p. 84, 
1. 30 

Loggan, G. (William ?), father of Wil- 
liam L., p. 72, 1. 41 

Loggon, George, father of George L., 
p. 151, 1. 22 

• June 14, 1757 

♦—1, WUliam, June 7, 1733; p. 126, 
1. 24 (Mr); p. 138,1.29 

Londonderry, Thomas, Earl of, father 
of Ridgway Pitt, Earl of London- 
derry, p. 99, 1. 6 

Longley, John, June 24, 1767 

— Joseph, father of John L., p. 176, 
1. 24 

Lord, John, father of John L., p. 61, 
1.36 
Oct. 14, 1729 

— Robert, A.B. of Exeter College, 
Oxford, July 1, 1736 

— G. (William?), father of William 
L., p. 159, 1. 8 



Lord, William, Oct. 80, 1760; Nov. 12, 

1768 
Loup, George, father of William L., 

p. 100, 1. 19 

— William, Oct. 30, 1740 

Lovel, Edward, D.D., father of Edward 
L., p. 40, 1. 18 

March 18, 172| 

Lovell, Edward, father of Edward L., 
p. 141, 1. 31 
Nov. 5, 1753 

— Hugh, father of Hugh L., p. 23, 
1.45 

June 9, 1720 

Lowe, Christopher, father of Theophi- 
lus L., p. 46, 1. 35 

— George, 21 June, 1717 

— John, father of George L., p. 10, 
1.47 

— Samuel, June 4, 1741 

father of Samuel L. , p. 102, 1. 8 

*— Theophilus, June 21, 1725 
•Lowndes, John, Feb. 4, 172f 

— Robert, father of John L., p. 58, 
1.30 

— Thomas, Jan. 12, 174^ ; Nov. 19, 
1747 

— William, father of Thomas L., 
p. 104, 1. 85 

Lowten, Timothy, father of Timothy 
L., p. 150, 1. 20 

Nov. 4, 1756 

Lowther, Mr, master of Sherbourne 
school, Yorkshire, p. 46, 1. 2; p. 48, 

I. 10 ; p. 50, 1. 10 ; p. 52, 1. 44 ; p. 58, 

II. 1, 4; p. 72,1.10 

— Thomas, father of Thomas L., 
p. 4, 1. 16 

11 May, 1716 

Lowthian, George, father of Richard 
L., p. 6, 1. 11 

— Richard, 26 June, 1716 

Lucas, Robert, father of Robert Tris- 
tram L., p. Ill, 1. 29 
Tristram, April 2, 1744 

— Mr, master of Corby school, Lin- 
colnshire, p. 81, 1. 20 

Luck, Lack, Mr, master of Barnstaple 
school, p. 26, 1. 18; p. 49, 1. 48; 
p. 84, 1. 20 

Ludlam, John, father of John L., p. 36, 
1. 29 
March 30, 1728 

— Richard, M.D., father of William 
L., p. 78, 1. 17 

father of Thomas L., p. 115, 

1. 18 

— Thomas, May 9, 1745 

*— William, July 24, 1734; p. 124, 
1. 6 (Mr) ; p. 125, 1. 32 ; p. 126, 1. 30 ; 
p. 150, 1. 22 



I So spelt in JlUtorp of St John'$, L 305, 1. 37, and in Grad. Cant. 



218 



INDEX. 



Lupton, Robert, May 20, 1720 

— Thomas, father of Robert L., p. 23, 
1.9 

— William, father of William L., 
p. 130, 1. 36 

Feb. 8, 17^^ 

Lydiott, Mr, master of Warwick school, 

p. 11, 1. 22 
Lyn, Lynn, George, father of George 
L., p. 31, 1. 3 

Nov. 1, 1721; p. 31, 1. 21; 

p. 32, 1. 3 
Lynam, James, father of James L., 
p. 64, 1. 4 

July 1, 1730 

Lynch, Edward, father of William L., 
p. 110, 1. 13 

— George, May 2, 1717 

— John, father of George L., p. 9, 
1.43 

D.D., father of William L., 

p. 125, 1. 23 

— William, Nov. 2, 1743 
May 30, 1748 

Lynn, George, father of John L., p. 51, 

1. 13 
*— John, Oct. 28, 1726 

Machell, James, father of John M., p. 
148, 1. 28 

— John, May 10, 1756 
Mackenzey, Mr, master of Richmond 

school, Surrey, p. 40, 1. 30 
Maddox, John, May 4, 1716 

— William, father of John M., p. 4, 
1. 5 

Maese, Michael, father of Michael 

Driver M., p. 132, 1. 12 
1*— Michael Driver, June 23, 1750 
Mainwaring, Edward, father of Henry 

M., p. 60, 1. 28 

— Gilbert, father of John M., p. 105, 
1. 31 

— Henry, June 9, 1729; May 17, 
1736 

*— John, June 5, 1742 ; p. 131, 1. 20 
(Mr); p. 132, 11. 35, 39; p. 136, 1. 
15; p. 139,1. 10; p. 140,1. 39 

Malbon, Mr, master of Congleton 
school, Cheshire, p. 44, 1. 25 

— Mr, tutor in the family of P. 
Broughton, Esq., p. 78, 1. 35 

Maling, Christopher Thompson, June 
25, 1759 

— Willi-am, father of Christopher 
Thompson M., p. 155, 1. 42 

Mall, Mr, master of Bishop Stortford 
school, Herts, p. 86, 1. 46 ; p. 96, 11. 
32, 36; p. 117, 1. 5; p. 122, 1. 18; p. 
147, 1. 6 

*— John, June 8, 1724 



Mall, Richard, father of John M., p. 41, 

1.41 
Malme, Charles, July 4, 1726 

— Henry, father of Charles M., p. 
50, 1. 30 

Malon ; see Meyler 
Mangey, John, Jan. 10, 174| 

— Thomas, D.D., father of John M., 
p. 114, 1. 25 

Manifold, Henry, Jan. 29, 1753 

— William, father of Henry M., p. 
139, 1. 25 

Manley, Henry, father of William M., 
p. 129, 1. 25 

Churley, July 1, 1762 ; Sept. 20, 

1762 

— William, June 23, 1749 
Manlove, Joseph, father of Thomas 

M.,p. 122, 1. 36 

— Thomas, June 10, 1747 
Manningham, Richard, June 28, 1735 

— Thomas, father of Richard and 
Thomas M., p. 80, 11. 39, 42 

June 28, 1735 

Manwaring, Mr, master of Preston 
school, Lancashire, p. 4, 1. 11 

— Edward, May 18, 1726 

father of Edward M. , p. 57, 1. 39 

July 4, 1728 

— James, father of Edward M., p. 
49, 1. 16 

Mapletoft, Edmund, father of Edmund 

M., p. 66, 1. 13 

April 30, 1731 

father of Matthew M., p. 96, 

1.34 

— Matthew, May 1, 1740 
Markham, Mr, master of Oakham 

school, p. 158, 1. 37 ; p. 163, 1. 31 ; 
p. 176, 11. 11, 31 

— Dr, headmaster of Westminster, 
p. 141, 1. 28 ; p. 145, 1. 27 ; p. 152, 
1. 11; p. 154, 1. 7 

— Ralph, father of Robert M., p. 116, 
1.35 

— Robert, July 4, 1745 
Markland, Matthew, father of Matthew 

M., p. 49, 1. 26 

June 1, 1726 

Marryott, John, father of John M., p. 
23, 1. 25 

May 26, 1720 

Marsden, Henry, father of Henry M., 
p. 98, 1. 31 

July 1, 1740 

Marsh, George, Jan. 25, 1762 

— John, June 18, 1722 

— Richard, father of John M., p. 33, 
1. 28 

father of Richard M., p. 52, 1. 

32 



1 Graduated as Mease {tic). 



INDEX. 



219 



Marsh, Richard, May 15, 1727 

ex-Fellow of St John's, father 

of William M., p. 90, 1. 18 

— William, May 17, 1738 

father of George M., p. 162, 

1.8 
Marshal, Mr, master of Sheffield 

school, p. 127, 1. 22 
Marshall, Mr, master of Beedall (Be- 

dale) school, Yorkshire, p. 23, 1. 6 

— Marshal, Marsham, Mr, master of 
Peterborough school, p. 93, 1. 36 ; p. 
101, 1. 40 ; p. 107, 1. 6 ; p. 108, 1. 18; 
p. 118, 1. 16 ; p. 122, 1. 3 ; p. 123, 1. 
11; p. 157, 1. 39; p. 163, 1. 10 

— Mr, master of Threshfield school, 
Yorkshire, p. 4, II. 25, 37; p. 11, 1. 
34; p. 14, 1. 33; p. 16, 1. 3; p. 18, 
11. 41, 45 ; p. 22, 1. 37 ; p. 23, 1. 10 ; 
p. 24, 1. 2 ; p. 28, 1. 26 ; p. 32, 1. 3 ; 
p. 41, 11. 1, 5 ; p. 45, 1. 31 ; p. 47, 1. 
4 ; p. 55, 1. 34 ; p. 58, 1. 9; p. 65, U. 
11, 15; p. 69, 1. 38; p. 71, 11. 39, 42; 
p. 85, 1. 29; p. 89, 11. 21, 26; p. 96, 
1.2 

— Edmund, June 30, 1749 

— Gervase, father of Thomas M., p. 
106, 1. 14 

— Henry, father of Henry M., p. 59, 
1.1 

♦ March 10, 172f ; p. 155, 1. 40 

(Mr) 
father of Henry M., p. 163, 1. 

27 
Nov. 3, 1762 

— Joshua, father of Edmund M., p. 
129, 1. 40 

— Michael, father of Thomas M., p. 
63, 1. 3 

— Thomas, May 18, 1730 
June 22, 1742 

Marsham, see Marshall 
Marten, John, 'Princip.' of Merton 
College, Oxford, p. 7, 1. 7 

— William, Senior Bursar of Merton 
College, Oxford, p. 7, 1. 6 

Martin, Mr, master of Appleby School, 
Leicestershire, p. 78, 1. 10; p. 83, 
1. 43; p. 95, 1.21; p. 116, 1. 17 

— Mr, master of Loughborough 
school, Leicestershire, p. 69, 1. 34; 
p. 71, 1. 15 ; p. 88, 1. 22 

— Digory, father of John and Wil- 
liam M., p. 91, 1. 46 ; p. 103, 1. 4 

— John, M.D., Fellow of Merton 
College, Oxford, p. 29, 1. 31 

June 30, 1738 

— Joseph, father of Thomas M., p. 
172, 1. 22 

— Samuel, father of Samuel M., p. 
158, 1. 12 

• June 10, 1760 

— Thomas, Feb. 7, 1766 



Martin, William, July 2, 1741 
Mashiler, Mr, master of SolyhuU 

school, Warwickshire, p. 106, 1. 22 
Mason, Edward, May 22, 1761 

father of Edward M., p. 160, 

1. 3 

— George, July 3, 1749 
July 2, 1756 

— Maidwell, 22 May, 1719 

* — Matthew, father of Maidwell M., 
p. 18, 1. 36 

— Miles, father of George M., p. 130, 
1. 15 

— William, father of William M. , p. 
106, 1. 36 

July 1, 1742 

Massey, George, father of Millington 

M., p. 145, 1. 33 
♦— Millington, March 1, 1755 

— Eobert, Oct. 19, 1722 

— Roger, father of William M., p. 
114, 1. 12 

— Trafford, father of Robert M., p. 
35 1. 27 

•— William, Oct. 22, 1744; p. 140, 1. 
6 (Mr) ; p. 153, 1. 11 

Master of Peterhouse and Regius Pro- 
fessor of Divinity (John Whalley), 
p. 164, 1. 29 

— St John's, (Robert Jenkin, D.D.) 
p. 20, 1. 25 ; p. 32, 11. 33, 37 ; p. 35, 
1. 26; p. 51, 1. 18; p. 52, 1. 37 
(Robert Lambert, D.D.) ; p. 62, 1. 21 ; 
p. 88, 1. 23 (John Neiccmnbe, D.D.) ; 
p. 105, 1. 41; p. 170, 1. 14 (William 
Samuel Powell, D.D.) ; p. 175, 1. 36 

Mather, Thomas, father of Thomas M., 

p. 69, 1. 18 

Feb. 25, 173J 

Mathews, Toby, A.B., of Brasenose 

College, Oxford, June 10, 1746 
Mattaire, Mr, private tutor in the 

family of Richard Vaughan, p. Ill, 

1.23 
Matthews, Mr, Master of Huntingdon 

school, p. 8, 1. 37 ; p. 48, 1. 37 

— Andrew, B.A., Jesus College, Ox- 
ford, June 30, 1721 ; p. 28, 1. 44 ; p. 
29, 11. 4, 8 

— Charles, father of John M., p. 
175, 1. 33 

— John, father of Richard M., p. 
119, 1. 8 

April 28, 1767 

— Richard, May 21, 1746 
Mawson, George, father of Robert M., 

p. 79, 1. 24 

— Robert, April 7, 1735 
Maxwell, Edward, Oct. 11, 1735 

— Henry, father of Edward M., p. 81, 
1.17 

May, William, Feb. 12, 171| ; Feb. 11, 



220 



INDEX. 



Maybourne, Mr, master of Buddesdale 

(Botes-) school, Suffolk, p. 23, 1. 26; 

p. 27, 1. 38 
Mayes, Christopher, father of Christo- 
pher M., p. 55, 1. 28 

1 Oct. 25, 1727 

Mayhew, William, father of William 

M., p. 143, 1. 5 

June 11, 1754 

Mayler, Thomas, A.B., of Jesus Coll., 

Oxford, July 8, 1748 
Mayo, Henry, father of Henry M., p. 

101, 1. 38 

June 23, 1741 

Meadowcourt, Richard, A.M., Fellow 

of Merton Coll., Oxford, p. 29, 

1. 33 
Meadows, Mary, maiden name of the 

mother of Charles Matthews, p. 175, 

1. 33 
Mearson, Richard, father of Robert M., 

p. 37, 1. 39 

— Robert, June 5, 1723 

Medcalf, Anthony, father of Matthew 
M., p. 126, 1. 11 

— Matthew, June 15, 1748 
Meddowcroft, Richard, May 16, 1744 

— Thomas, father of Richard M., 
p. 112, 1. 7 

Melford, James, M.D., father of James 
M., p. 44, 1. 8 

— — March 10, 1724 

Mercer, Thomas, father of Thomas M., 

p. 59, 1. 7 

March 25, 1729 

Metcalfe, John, father of Richard M., 

p. 43, 1. 28 

— Marmaduke, father of Thomas M., 
p. 122, 1. 24 

— Richard, Nov. 9, 1724 

*— Thomas, June 1, 1747; p. 160, 11. 
9, 21 (Mr); p. 161, 1. 31; p. 162, 11. 
6, 10; p. 168,11. 18, 22, 27 

Meyler, Malon, Mayler, Naylor (p. 148, 
1. 7), Mr Thomas, master of Marl- 
borough school, Wilts., p. 137, 1. 25; 
p. 140, 1. 32; p. 146, 1. 47; p. 148, 1. 
7; p. 150, 1. 31; p. 154, 1. 14; p. 
167, 1. 43; p. 168, 1. 4; p. 173, 1. 28; 
p. 176, 1. 44 

Meyrick, Essex, March 21, 172| 

— John,fatherofEssexM.,p.36,l. 20 

— Owen Lewis, April 3, 1758 

— Richard, M.D.. father of Owen 
Lewis M., p. 152,' 1.36 

Michell, John, father of Richard M., 
p. 152, 1. 40 

— Richard, April 3, 1758 
Mickelson, Henry, father of Henry M., 

p. 83, 1. 45 
June 21, 1736 



Midgeley, Mr., master of a school at or 

near Coxwould, Yorkshire, p. 12, 1. 

33; p. 19, 1. 12; p. 106, 1. 2; p. 112, 

1. 13; p. 127,1. 30 
Midgley, Samuel, father of Samuel M., 

p. 44, 1. 33 

April 9, 1725 

Mieres, Andrew, father of Andrew M., 

p. 101, 1. 3. 

March 20, 174^ 

Milburne, Milburn, Thomas, father of 

Thomas M., p. 63, 1. 22 

* June 10, 1730 

Milles, Christopher, father of Richard 

M., p. 141, 1. 27 

— James, father of John M., p. 82, 1. 
28 

— John, April 15, 1736 

— Richard, Oct. 27, 1753 

Mills, Thomas, father of Thomas M., 
p. 25, 1. 1 
July 4, 1720 

Milner, ^T., Tutor of Jesus Coll., Cam- 
bridge, p. 166, 1. 37 

— Mr, master of Peckham school, 
Surrey, p. Ill, 1. 16 

Milsington, Viscount, see Colyear, Hon. 

William Charles 
Milton, John, May 24, 1733 

— William, father of John M., p. 72, 
1. 29 

Milward, John, Oct. 31, 1760 

— Richard, father of Richard M., p. 
129 1 33 

June 29, 1749; April 28, 1751 

— Thomas, father of John M., p. 
159, 1. 11 

Mirehouse, Mr, master of Peterborough 
school, p, 140, 1. 20 ; p. 142, 1. 3 

Mitchener, John, A.B., Magd. Hall, 
Oxford, June 27, 1734 

Moises, Moyses, Mr, master of New- 
castle on Tyne school, p. 137, 1. 29 ; 
p. 138, 1. 6; p. 157, 1. 26; p. 169, 1. 14 

Molineux, Charles, father of Crisp M., 
p. 127, 1. 24 

— Crisp, Nov. 5, 1748 
Mompesson, George, father of William 

M., p. 3, 1. 26 

— William, March 20, 171| 
Monckton, Charles, father of Jonathan 

M., p. 62, 1. 1 

— Jonathan, Oct. 23, 1729 
*Monins, Mr, p. 18, 1. 15; p. 23, 1. 16; 

p. 25, 1. 11 

— Munnings, master of Canterbury 
school, p. 83, 1. 13; p. 85, 1. 25; p. 
90, 1. 20; p. 91, 1. 40; p. 94, 1. 37; 
p. 97, 1. 45 ; p. 99, 1. 37 ; p. 102, 1. 42 ; 
p. 104, 1. 40; p. 108, 1. 21; p. 112, 1. 
31; p. 114, 1. 30; p. 133, 1. 38 



1 See Camhridtie Calendar, Mathematical Tripos 1757. 

2 This sliould be J., according to Grad. Cant. 



INDEX. 



221 



Monins, Bichard, father of Bichard M., 

p. 133, 1. 37 

* Jan. 16, 175? 

Monnox, Eichard, Fellow of Balliol 

Coll., Oxford, p. 34, 1. 25 
Montgomery, George, father of George 

M., p. 68, 1. 40 

Jan. 12, 173§ 

Moody, William, Nov, 29, 1746 
Moor, Henry, D.D., father of Henry 

M., p. 55, 1. 4 

Sept. 18, 1727 

Moore, Henry, father of Thomas M., 

p. 35, 1. 21 

— Eichard, June 24, 1731 

— Stephen, father of Stephen M., p. 
174, 1. 24 

Feb. 3, 1767 

— Thomas, Oct. 11, 1722 

— William, father of Bichard M., p 
67, 1. 22 

Moorhouse, Edward, May 21, 1716 

— John, father of Edward M., p. 5 
1. 1 

Moresby, John, father of John M., p 

48, 1. 27 

March 28, 1726 

Moreton, Mr, private tutor at Staple 

hurst, Kent, p. 95, 1. 34 

— Bobert, June 27, 1733 

father of Bobert M., p. 126, 1 

22 
June 29, 1748 

— Thomas, father of Eobert M., p 
73, 1. 14 

Morgan, Mr, master of Hitchin school 
Herts., p. 164, 1. 25 

— Charles, April 15, 1731 

— David Edwards, father of Edward 
M., p. 86, 1. 26 

— Edward, May 2, 1737 

— Henry, father of Charles M., p. 
66, 1. 10 

*— John, July 2, 1719 ; p. 114, 1. 20 
(Mr); p. 118, 1. 16 

— Nathaniel, father of John M., p. 
20, 1. 19 

Morland, Mr, master of St Paul's 
school, London, p. 62, 1. 30; p. 63, 
1.47 

Morris, Mr, master of Brentwood 
school, Essex, p. Ill, 1. 23 

— Charles, June 19, 1753 ; April 19, 
1757 

— Evan, May 3, 1766 

— David, fatherof Evan M., p. 173,1.1 
*— John, Nov. 2, 1745 ; p. 144, 1. 25 

(Mr); p. 146, 1. 27; p. 149, 1. 36; p. 
150, 1.31; p. 154, 1. 10 

— Balph, father of John M., p. 117, 
1,12 

— Boger, father of Charles M., p, 
140, 1. 44 



Morrison, G. (William ?), father of 
William M., p. 55, 1. 14 

— William, Sept, 27, 1727 
Morton, Edward, Feb. 26, 172^ 

— John, father of Bichard M., p. 6, 
1.19 

May 30, 1744 

— Eichard, June 27, 1716 

— Eobert, father of John M., p. 112, 
1.37 

— Thomas, father of Edward M., p. 
48, 1. 12 

Moseley, Mr, master of Sherbourne 
school, Yorkshire, p. 26, 1. 3 ; p. 27, 
1. 29; p. 31, 1. 35; p. 32, 1.22 

— Mr, p. 176, 1. 28 

— Maurice, father of Maurice M., p. 
42, 1. 31 

July 6, 1724 

June 23, 1762 

— Bichard, father of Thomas M,, p. 
96, 1. 44 

April 19, 1757; Jan. 29, 1761 

May 22, 1758; Feb. 20, 1762 

— Thomas, May 21, 1740 

father of Thomas and Bichard 

M., p. 146, 1. 18; p. 150, 1.40 

— William, May 27, 1755 
Mostyn, Boger, M.A., Christ's College, 

Feb. 12, 174| 
Motte, Samuel, father of Samuel M., 

p. 1, 1. 23 

Sept. 29, 1715, p. 2, 1. 3 

Mottershaw, John, father of Thomas 

M., p. 68, 1. 3 

— Thomas, July 5, 1731 

Mount, James, father of James M., p. 
89 1 8 

— — March 7, 173| 
Mountmorris, Lord, p. 18, 1. 34 
Mower, Edmund, father of Marma- 

duke M., p. 60, 1. 22 

— Marmaduke, June 6, 1729 
Munton, Mi-, master of WoUaston 

school, Northamptonshire, p. 9, 1. 23 
Munnings ; see Monins 
Murdin, Edward, father of William 

M., p. 19, 1, 15 

— William, June 9, 1719 

Dean of Sidney College, p, 71, 

1.36 
Murray, Hon. Charles, June 29, 1754 ; 
Oct, 21, 1754 

— WiUiam, A,B. of Oxford, April 11, 
1738 

*Murthwaite, Peter, March 31, 1742 ; 
p. 131, 1, 7 (Mr); p, 133, 1, 32; p, 
136, 1. 19 ; p. 137, 11. 36, 38 ; p. 138, 
1.35; p. 142, 1. 35; p. 174, 1.7 

father of Samuel M., p. 137, 1, 

34 

— Eichard, father of Peter M., p. 
104, 1. 43 



222 



INDEX. 



Murthwaite, Samuel, April 18, 1752 
Murton, Antony, father of Antony M., 
p. 88, 1. 1 

July 11, 1737 

Musgrave, Bichard, father of Richard 
M., p. 55, 1. 7 

Sept. 18, 1727 

Myres, Charles, March 25, 1745 

— Christopher, father of Charles M. , 
p. 114, 1. 35 

— John, father of John M., p. 121, 1. 
33 

April 7, 1747 

Nabbs, John, father of William N., 
p. 39, 1. 44 

— William, March 6, 172| 
Nairn, Eichard, June 29, 1749 

father of Thomas N., p. 135, 

1. 12 

— Thomas, June 19, 1751 

— William, father of Richard N. , 
p. 129, 1. 37 

Naime, Nairn, Bichard, father of 

Eichard N., p. 12, 1, 35 
* Dec. 11, 1717; p. 41, 1. 2 

{Domimis) ; p. 172, 1. 5 
Nash, Charles, May 28, 1746 

— Gawen, father of Charles N., p. 119, 
1.18 

Nayler, Mary, maiden name of the 
mother of William Wade, p. 175, 
1. 27 

Naylor, Christopher, Oct. 26, 1756 

fatherof Christopher N., p. 150, 

1. 12 

— John, Bursar of King's, p. 85, 1. 6 

— See Meyler 

Neale, James, father of James N., 

p. 172, 1. 7 

Jan. 17, 1766 

Needham, Peter, Nov, 18, 1728 
Neepe, Mr, master of Southwell school, 

Notts, p. 30, 1. 38 
Neeve; see Neve 
Negus, Edward, father of John N., 

p. 24, 1. 46 

— John, July 2, 1720 

Nelson, Mr, master of Dent school, 
Kirby Lonsdale, p. 29, 1. 41 

— Mr, master of Hougbton-le- Spring 
school, Durham, p. 32, 1. 33 

— Edward, June 28, 1751 

— Thomas, Fellow of University 
College, Oxford, p. 144, 1. 40 

— WUliam, father of Edward N., 
p. 135, 1. 34 

Nelthorp, Griffith, Oct. 20, 1731 

— James, father of Griffith N., p. 68, 
1. 30 

Nelthorpe, James, father of Bichard 
N., p. 59, 1. 16 

— Bichard, April 11, 1729 



Neve, Neeve, Mr, master of Spalding 
school, p. 25, 1. 3; p. 30, 1. 35; p. 31, 
1.4; p. 47, 1. 23; p. 51, 1.14 

— Gabriel, father of Henry N., p. 177, 
1.22 

— Henry, Nov. 2, 1767 
Newborough, Mr, Head-master of 

Eton, p. 10, 1, 30; p. 11, 1. 5; p. 40, 

I. 33 

*Newcome, Mr, p. 7, U. 20, 24, 33; 
p. 8, 11. 7, 11, 19, 22, 26, 34, 45; p. 9. 

II. 11, 16, 19, 27, 3S; p. 10, 11. 5, 7, 

13, 21, 24, 27, 31, 35, 39, 42; p. 11, 

11. 2, 11, 15, 19, 34 ; p. 12, 11. 5, 9, 

12, 15, 19, 23, 26, 30, 34, 37; p. 13, 
11. 3, 6, 12, 20, 25, 37; p. 14, 11. 2, 6, 

22, 26, 30; p. 15, 11. 11, 18, 35; 
p. 16, 11. 12, 16, 30, 33; p. 17, 11. 3, 

23, 27 ; p. 18, 11. 5, 11, 21, 32, 35, 38, 
42 ; p. 19, U. 6, 13, 18, 21, 32, 39, 43 ; 
p. 20, 11. 10, 22,26, 33, 38; p. 21,11. 11, 
15, 19, 30; p. 22, 11. 9, 17, 22, 38, 
42; p. 23, 11. 8, 11, 37, 41; p. 24, 
11. 17, 21 ; p. 25, 11. 4, 7, 15, 24, 28, 
31, 38, 41; p. 26, II. 7, 12, 18, 22, 26, 
38, 42, 45 ; p. 27, 11. 2, 18, 36, 39, 
46; p. 28, 11. 12, 15, 27, 31, 37; p. 29, 
11. 23, 42; p. 30, 11. 2, 10, 13, 18, 21, 
25, 29, 36, 40; p. 31, 11. 5, 9, 21, 25, 
36, 41, 44; p. 32, 11. 4, 14, 28, 33; 
p. 33, 11. 6, 10, 27, 38, 41 ; p. 34, 
11.33,41; p. 35, 1.37; p. 36, 11. 6, 25, 
38; p. 37, 11. 14, 18, 25, 37; p. 38, 
11. 1, 8, 12, 15, 18, 22, 34, 41 ; p. 39, 
11. 3, 6, 9, 33, 37, 40; p. 40, 11. 21, 34, 
41 ; p. 41, 11. 2, 6, 18, 27, 30, 33, 43, 
46; p. 42, 11. 8, 17, 20, 30, 37, 40; 
p. 43, 11. 7, 14, 17, 20, 34, 37, 40; 
p. 44, 11. 3, 7 (Dr), 10, 16, 26, 29, 32, 
41, 44; p. 45, 11. 2, 8, 21, 31, 37,40, 
48; p. 46, 11. 3, 12, 17, 20,46; p. 47, 
11. 2, 5, 11, 14, 20, 24; p. 48, 11. 2, 

14, 20, 23, 26; p. 49, 11. 1, 5, 12, 18, 

24, 34, 41, 44, 47; p. 50, 11. 14, 20, 
24, 32, 36 ; p. 51, 11. 5, 12, 15, 18, 34 ; 
p. 52, 11. 9, 12, 15, 24, 28, 31 ; p. 53, 
1. 8; p. 54, 11. 2, 5, 8, 10, 16, 19, 22; 
p. 55, 11. 13, 16, 20 

— Newcombe, Mr Henry, master of 
Hackney school, p. 93,' 1. 2; p. 96, 
1. 20; p. 127, 1. 26; p. 139, 11. 37 
(Dr), 40 ; p. 155, 1. 6 

Newlin, John, father of Bichard N., 
p. 8, 1. 28 

— Eichard, 5 November, 1716 
Newling, Adam, father of Charles N., 

p. 112, 1. 44 
*— Charles, June 16, 1744; p. 138, 

1. 10 (Mr); p. 140, 1. 33; p. 149, 1. 16 
* — Mr, master of Shrewsbury school, 

p. 150, 11. 33, 37; p. 153, 1. 41; 

p. 156, 1. 8; p. 158, 1. 21; p. 161, 

1. 27; p. 162, 1. 42; p. 165, 1. 3; 



223 



p. 166, 11. 1, 24; p. 171, 1. 22; p. 173, 

1.45 
Newman, John, father of John N., 

p. 130, 1. 30 

Jan. 19, nu 

Newsholme, Mr, master of Fresswell 

(Tr-) school, Notts, p. 24, 1. 7; p. 25, 

1. 11 
*Newton, Mr, p. 24, 1. 12; p. 37, 1. 17 ; 

p. 49, 1. 15; p. 58, 1. 25 (Dr) 

— Humphrey, father of Isaac N., 
p. 109, 1. 26 

— Isaac, June 25, 1743 

— Stephen, father of Stephen N., 
p. 59, 1. 13 

April 10, 1729 

— Thomas, father of Thomas N., 
p. 140, 1. 37 

June 13, 1758 

Nichols, Nicol, NicoU, Nicolls, Nicols, 
Dr, Head-master of Westminster, 
p. 74, 11. 6, 41; p. 75, 1. 44; p. 76, 

I. 38 ; p. 78, 1. 39; p. 79, 1. 5 ; p. 80, 

II. 40, 43; p. 83, 1. 9; p. 85, 1. 22; 
p. 89, 1. 6 ; p. 90, 1. 33 ; p. 96, 1. 9 ; 
p. 100, 1. 25; p. 104, 1. 7; p. 107, 

I. 21 ; p. 109, 1. 17 ; p. 114, 11. 18, 26 ; 
p. 116, 1. 29; p. 119, 1. 20; p. 121, 

II. 15, 22, 28; p. 122, 1. 14; p. 126, 

I. 35; p. 127, 1. 19; p. 129, 1. 45; 
p. 130, 1. 32; p. 134, 1. 7; p. 137, 

II. 17, 46; p. 141, U. 5, 28; p. 144, 
1.32 

Nicholson, Mr, master of Heversham 
school, Westmoreland, p. 101, 1. 9 

— Mr, master of Sebergham school, 
Cumberland, p. 135, 1. 10 

— Edward, June 14, 1766; Nov. 6, 
1771 

— Thomas, father of Edward N., 
p. 173, 1. 30 

Nickins, Michael, father of Michael N., 

p. 17, 1. 13 
* 17 March, 171f; p. 40, 1. 41 

(Domimis) 
Nicklin, Joseph, April 28, 1767 
Nield, Joseph, father of Robert N., 

p. 109, 1. 39 

— Robert, June 29, 1743 

Noble, Mr, master of Croglin school, 
Cumberland, p. 119, 1. 13 

— Mr, master of Scorton or Skorton 
school, Yorkshire, p. 91, 11. 6, 10; 
p. 97, 1. 25 ; p. 98, 1. 34 ; p. 100, 1. 17 ; 
p. 108, 1. 14; p. 116, 1, 2; p. 121, 
1. 34; p. 134, 1. 37; p. 138, 1. 3; 
p. 139, 1. 34; p. 149, 1. 1; p. 151, 
1.8; p. 154, 1.4; p. 170, 1.41 

— Henry LoveU, A.B., All Saints 
(? All Souls) Coll., Oxford, July 2, 
1764 

Noden, Ralph, father of Ralph N., 
p. 83, 1. 24 



Noden, Ralph, May 24, 1736 

Noel, Baptist, late Earl of Gains- 
borough, father of Baptist N., E. of 
Gainsborough, p. 39, 1. 34 

Earl of Gainsborough, Feb. 26, 

172| 

Norcross, Mr, master of Rivington 
school, Lancashire, p. 81, 1. 12; 
p. 101, 1. 33; p. 112, 1. 5 

— John, March 16, 172| 

father of John N., p. 121, 1. 30 

April 1, 1747 

— Thomas, father of John N., p. 44, 
1. 14 

Norris, Samuel, A.B., Brasenose Coll., 

Oxford, July 2, 1742 
North, John, father of Samuel N., 

p. 49, 1. 6 

— Samuel, May 6, 1726 
Northcrosse, Mr, master of Houghton 

school, Lancashire, p. 38, 1. 37 
Northon, John, father of John N., 

p. 134, 1. 32 

May 29, 1751 ; Nov. 6, 1751 

Northumberland, Hugh, Earl of, father 

of Hugh Percy, Lord Warkworth, 

p. 157, 1. 7 
Norton, Fletcher, June 1, 1734 
father of William N., p. 156, 

1.31 

— Thomas, father of Fletcher N., 
p. 76, 1. 23 

— William, July 21, 1759 
Nottingham, Earl of, p. 3, 1. 19 
•Nourse, Major, Oct. 20, 1722 

— Peter, Deputy Dean of Peter- 
house, Cambridge, p. 116, 1. 9 

D.D., father of Major and 

Peter N., p. 35, 1. 31; p. 58, 1. 33 
Feb. 5, 172| 

Oakley, Mr, master of Kirk Leadam 

school, p. 61, 1. 6 
Oborne, Henry, father of Henry 0., 

p. 58, L 4 

Sept. 11, 1728 

Oddie, Christopher, father of William 

O., p. 150, 1. 8 

— Thomas, June 26, 1724 

— William, father of Thomas 0., 
p. 42, 1. 9 

Oct. 19, 1756 

*Ogden, Samuel, August 25, 1736; 
p. 84, 11. 35, 37; p. 86, 1. 8; p. 112, 
1. 9 (Mr); p. 115, 1. 13; p. 119, 1. 6; 
p. 121, 1. 3; p. 122, 1. 18; p. 129, 
1. 24; p. 138, 1. 45; p. 141, 1. 25 (Dr); 
p. 145, 1. 35; p. 152, 1. 30; p. 162, 
1. 30; p. 165, U. 6, 10; p. 177, 1. 4 

— Thomas, father of Samuel 0., 
p. 83, 1. 31 

Ogle, Henry, father of Nathaniel 0., 
p. 73, 1. 17 



I 



224 



INDEX. 



Ogle, Nathaniel, June 27, 1733 
Okeley, Francis, father of Francis 0., 

p. 84, 1. 7 

June 26, 1736 

♦Oldham, Mr, p. 31, 1. 44 

Oliver, Mr, master of Preston school, 

Lancashire, p. 95, 1. 1 

— Daniel, father of Daniel 0., p. 52, 
1. 13 

AprU 15, 1727 

— George, June 10, 1725 

— Henry, father of John 0., p. 66, 
1.20 

— John, April 27, 1731 

— Walram, father of George 0., 
p. 46, 1. 21 

Omer, Jacob, Nov, 6, 1736; Feb. 2, 173| 

— Peter, father of Jacob 0., p. 85, 
1.24 

Orme, Thomas, June 11, 1763 
father of Thomas 0., p. 165, 

1. 18 
Osborne, George, father of Marcellus 

0., p. 88, 1. 8 

— Marcellus, July 30, 1737 
Otteley, William, May 31, 1760 
Overend, George, father of George 0. , 

p. 47, 1. 3 

July 2, 1725 

Owen, Humphrey, Principal of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford, p. 165, 1. 37 

— Mr, master of Beaumaris school, 
p. 55, 1. 23 ; p. 59, 1. 29 

— Dr, master of Kimbolton school, 
Hunts, p. 98, 1. 24; p. 113, 1. 42; 
p. 135, 1. 20 

— Mr, Master of Shrewsbury school, 
p. 41, 1. 42; p. 42, 11. 16, 19 

Paddon, George, Oct. 26, 1726 

father of Thomas P., p. 160, 

1. 11 

father of George P., p. 163, 1.33 

Feb. 16, 1763 

— Thomas, May 27, 1761 

— William, father of George P., p. 
51, 1. 10 

Pagan, Mr, master of a private school 

at Norwich, p. 119, 1. 18 
♦Palmer, Mr, p. 4, 1. 37; p. 23, 1. 44; 

p. 34, 1. 37 

— Charles, father of Charles P., p. 
40, 1. 32 

April 14, 1724 

— Eichard, June 30, 1760 

— Thomas, father of Eichard P., p. 
158, 1. 33 

Panther, Parnther, Mr, master of Wath 
school, Yorkshire, p. 100, 1. 21 ; p. 
109 1 33 

Panto'n, Hugh, Feb. 9, 1758 

Parde, Thomas, Fellow of Jesus Col- 
lege, Oxford, p. 20, 1. 18 



Pardo, Thomas, Principal of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford, p. 164,1.10 

— William, B.D., Fellow of Jesus 
Coll., Oxford, p. 34, 1. 4 

Pardee, Thomas, B.A., Oxford, July 

4, 1737 
Park, Parke, Mr, master of Clitharo 

(-eroe) school, Lancashire, p. 77, 1. 

42; p. 82, 1. 30; p. 89, 1. 10; p. 108, 

1. 24 
*— Mr, p. 6, 1. 35; p. 8, 1. 30; p. 10, 

1. 45; p. 11, 11. 30, 31; p. 15, 1.15; 

p. 18,11.25, 29; p. 22, 1. 30 
Parker, Bannister, father of Eobert P., 

p. 120, 1. 39 

— Edward, May 19, 1748 

— John, father of Edward P., p. 125, 
1.9 

May 29, 1754 

— Eobert, Dec. 1, 1746 

— William, father of John P., p. 
142, 1. 47 

Parkinson, Barton, June 29, 1731; p. 

67, 1. 35 
♦Parnham, Doviinus, p. 12, 1. 15; p. 

19, 1. 39 (Mr) 
Parr, Mr, master of Hawstead school, 

Norfolk, p. 149, 1. 16 
Parrot, Andrew, April 13, 1730 

— Thomas, father of Andrew P., p. 
62, 1. 20 

Parry, Mr, master of Shrewsbury 
school, p. 113, 1. 2; p. 131, 1. 2; p. 
136, 1. 2 

— Henry, father of Humfrey P., p. 
49, 1. 32 

father of Henry P., p. 67, 1. 16 

June 12, 1731 

*— Humfrey, June 2, 1726 

— John, April 5, 1742 

— Love, father of John P., p. 105, 1. 6 

— Eolland, father of Thomas P., p. 
22, 1. 7 

— Thomas, March 8, 17^ 
Parsell, Mr, master of Merchant 

Tailors' School, p. 6, 1. 33 ; p. 10, 1. 
31; p. 17, 1. 7; p. 19, 1. 17; p. 30, 
1.28 
Parsons, Edward, father of James P., 
p. 173, 1. 23 

— James, June 10, 1766 
Pasham, James, June 11, 1723 

— John, father of James P., p. 37, 1. 
47 

Pate, Mr, master of Norwich school, 

p. 8, 1. 22 
Pateman, William, father of William 

P., p. 95, 1. 11 

June 27, 1739 

Patrick, Mr, master of Oswestry school, 

Salop, p. 49, 1. 33 

— John, father of Thomas P., p. 23, 
1.42 



INDEX. 



225 



Patrick, Thomas, June 7, 1720 
Pawsey, James, father of James P., 

p. 85, 1. 32 

March 4, 173f 

Pawson, Mr, master of Heptonstall 

school, Yorkshire, p. 161, 1. 22 
Peacock, Mr, master of Burneston 

school, Yorkshire, p, 66, 1. 8 

— Aungier, June 16, 1756 

— George, father of Aungier P., p. 
149, 1. 18 

— Samuel, father of William P., p. 
139 1. 33 

— Wiiham, Feb. 22, 1753 

Peake, Eichard, B.A., Queen's Coll., 
Oxford, June 25, 1718; p. 15, 11. 38, 
42 

*— Dominus, p. 5, 1. 22; p. 8, 1. 14; 
p. 9, 1. 23 (Mr) ; p. 15, 1. 14 ; p. 18, 
1. 25; p. 21, 1. 38; p. 23,1. 47 

— James, May 25, 1763 

— Jonathan, May 11, 1730 

father of James P., p. 165, 1. 8 

— Peter, father of Jonathan P., p. 
62, 1. 39 

Pearce, William, father of William P., 

p. 164, 1. 37 

♦ May 7, 1763 

Pearse, Henry, father of Offspring P. , 

p. 126, 1. 19 

— Offspring, June 29, 1748 

— Thomas, father of Thomas P., p. 
49, 1. 13 

May 17, 1726 

♦Pearson, Mr, p. 2, 1. 45 ; p. 3, 1. 43 
(Dr) 

— John, June 30, 1766 

— Samuel, July 5, 1765 

Peck, Francis, father of Francis P., p. 
88, 1. 20 

Oct. 27, 1737 

Pedley, James, July 15, 1767 

Pegge, Christopher, father of Samuel 

P., p. 32, 1. 42 
*— Samuel, May 30, 1722 

father of Samuel P., p. 133, 1. 

41 

March 14, 175f 

Peke, Edward, April 17. 1719 

— Thomas, father of Edward P., p. 
18, 1. 6 

Penfold, James, June 2, 1753 

— John, father of James P., p. 140, 
1. 31 

Penington, Joseph, father of Lowther 
P., p. 61, 1. 33 

— Lowther, Oct. 11, 1729 
Penn, Alexander, April — , 1729 

— John, father of John P., p. 44, 1. 
45 

AprU 16, 1725 ; Jan. 13, 173f 

father of Alexander P., p. 59, 

1. 10 



S. 



Penn, Richard, father of Eichard P., 
p. 139, 1. 12 

Oct. 13, 1752 

*Pennington, Isaac, August 13, 1762 

— Paul, father of Isaac P., p. 163, 1. 
12 

Pennoyre, Thomas, father of Thomas 

P., p. 2, 1. 18 

October 17, 1715 

Penwarne, Mr, tutor in the family of 

W. Potton, p. 105, 1. 37 
Pepper, Cuthbert, father of Prescot P. , 

p. 62, 1. 11 

— Prescot, March 17, 17H 

Percy, Hugh, Lord Warkworth, Jan. 

11, 1760 
Perfect, Caleb, July 2, 1731; p. 67, 1. 

44 
Perne, Chester, 24 June 1717, 20 

January 172^ 

— John, father of Chester and John 
P., p. 11, 1.3; p. 41, 1. 13 

May 18, 1724 

*Perkins, Mr, p. 1, 1. 3 
Perronett, Edward, July 8, 1741 

— Vincent, father of Edward P., p. 
103, 1. 14 

Perrot, Andrew, June 12, 1731; Jan. 
25, 173^ 

— Charles, father of Andrew P., p. 
67, 1. 19 

Petty, Eustace, father of James P., p. 
135, 1. 19 

— James, June 24, 1751 
Peyton, Henry, March 23, 172| 

— Mr Thomas, July 6, 1719 

— Sewster, Bart., Father of Henry 
and Thomas P., p. 20, 1. 44; p. 40\ 
1. 23 

Philips, Phillips, Dr, Head-master of 
Shrewsbury school, p. 55, 1. 44 ; p. 
56,1.14; p. 57, 1. 21; p. 64,1.34; 
p. 70, 11. 10, 14; p. 74, 1. 28; p. 75, 
1.25; p. 81, 1. 9 

— Isaac, father of Eichard P., p. 42, 
1.18 

— John, May 31, 1718 

— Owen, A.B., BalUol ColL, Oxford, 
June 27, 1755 

— Pepys, father of John P., p. 15, 
1.1 

— Eichard, June 29. 1724 

— Wiiham, clerk, private tutor at 
Worcester, p. 80, 1. 19 

Phillcox, John, June 18, 1737 ; p. 87, 
1. 10. (06. Dec. 25, 1738.) 

— Thomas, father of John P., p. 87, 
1.7 

Phillips, John, June 24, 1728 

— Eobert, D.D., father of John P., 
p. 57, 1. 20 

Pidding, John, father of John P., p. 6, 
1.43 

15 



226 



INDEX. 



Pidding, John, July 4, 1716; p. 7, 1. 2 
Pierce, Mr, master of Lewis (-es) 

school, Sussex, p. 5, 1. 41 ; p. 21, 

1. 6 
Pierpoint, Mr, master of Eivington 

school, Lancashire, p. 39, 1. 45 
Pigge, Mr, master of Lynn school, p. 

120, 1. 25 
Pigott, Eobert, father of Thomas P., 

p. 17, 1. 40 

— Thomas, April 9, 1719 
Pilborough, John, father of John P., 

p. 159, 1. 19 

Dec. 15, 1760 

Pilgrim, John, father of John P., p. 

129, 1. 14 

1 June 7, 1749 

Pilver, Mr, master of Crewkern(e) 

school, Somerset, p. 31, 1. 1 
Pinckney, Francis, June 29, 1730 

— Thomas, father of Francis P., p. 
63, 1. 46 

Pindar, Charles, father of Charles P., 
p. 104, 1. 19 
Nov. 11, 1741 

— John, March 6, 172$ 

— Eichard, father of John P., p. 26, 
1.39 

Pinnell, Eichard, father of Eichard P., 

p. 90, 1. 12 

May 6, 1738 

Pitman, Dr, master of a school at 

Market Street, Herts, Beds, and 

Bucks, p. 112, 1. 35; p. 136, 1. 38; 

p. 137,1. 11; p. 142, h 13 
Pinsent, John, father of John P. , p. 27, 

1.16 

March 22, 172$ 

Pitt, Eidgway, Earl of Londonderry, 

Sept. 25, 1740 
Place, Conyers, father of Henry P., 

p. 162, 1. 4 

— Henry, Jan. 25, 1762 
Piatt, Joshua, April 14, 1740 

— Williamson, father of Joshua P., 
p. 96, 1. 23 

Plucknett, Charles, father of William 

P., p. 146, 1. 46 
*— William, June 16, 1755 
Plummer, Mr, master of Skipton school, 

p. 158, 1. 10 
Pocklington, Christopher, father of 

Christopher P., p. 144, 1. 11 

July 5, 1754; Sept. 29, 1756 

PolhiU, Eobert, father of Eobert P., 

p. 67, 1. 26 

June 26, 1731 

Pomfret, Benjamin, father of Eobert 

P., p. 117, 1. 17 

— Eobert, Nov. 4, 1745 
Poole, Cudworth, April 26, 1734 



Poole, Edward, father of Cudworth and 
Edward P., p. 75, 11. 27, 31 
April 26, 1734 

Portmore, Charles, Earl of, father of 
Hon. William Charles Colyear, Vis- 
count Milsington, p. 168, 1. 37 

Potter, Mr, master of Sherbourne 
school, Yorkshire, p. 4, 11. 17, 21 

— Charles, father of Charles P., p. 
115, 1. 30 

June 7, 1745 

— Daniel, June 19, 1750 

— Henry, father of Thomas P., p. 37, 
1. 3 

— John, March 16, 173f 

father of Daniel P., p. 132, 

1.4 

— Eobert, father of John P., p. 75, 
1. 12 

father of Eobert P., p. 170, 

I. 6 

March 22, 1765 

— Thomas, April 22, 1723 

— William, father of William P., p. 
168, 1. 45 

July 1, 1764 

Potts, Thomas, May 12, 1758 

father of Thomas P., p. 153, 

1.9 
Powel, Charles, Sept. 19, 1739 

— Francis, father of Charles P., p. 
95, 1. 24 

— Watson, father of Walpole Clinch 
Powell, p. 113, 1. 40 

— William, father of William P., p. 

36, 1. 4 

Jan. 14, 172f 

PoweU, Mr, master of Oakham school, 
p. 141,1, 17; p. 153,1. 2 

— Francis, father of William Samuel 
Powell, p. 77, 1. 48 

2*_ William Samuel, July 4, 1734 
p. Ill, 1. 36 (Mr) ; p. 112, 1. 1 ; p 
114, 11. 23, 37 ; p. 115, 11. 1, 5, 13 
20, 25, 28, 48; p. 116, 11. 3, 30 
p. 117, 11. 10, 15, 28, 31, 38, 41, 44 
p. 118, 11. 2, 5, 9, 13, 20, 32, 36, 40 
p. 119, 11. 6, 20, 28, 44, 48; p. 120 

II. 4, 8, 12. 15, 19, 31, 41; p. 121 
11. 4, 11, 25, 39, 42 ; p. 122, 11. 11 
18, 35, 38, 43; p. 123, 11. 20, 27, 38 
40; p. 124, 11. 13, 16, 20, 24, 31, 34 
p. 125, 11. 2, 6, 8, 11, 19, 22, 32, 37 
40, 44 ; p. 126, 11. 10, 14, 21, 33, 40 
p. 127, 11. 20, 23, 30, 44; p. 128 
11. 2, 6, 9, 12, 16, 19, 25, 29, 32, 34, 

37, 44 ; p. 129, 11. 6, 13, 16, 24, 3l' 
35, 39 ; p. 130, 11. 2, 14, 18, 23, 26 
29, 38; p. 131, 11. 7, 10, 13, 17, 20^ 
24, 33, 38, 41, 45 ; p. 132, U. 3, 10 
14, 18, 23, 26, 29, 35, 39; p. 133 



1 Chancellor's Medallist, 1753. Ob. July 12, 1753. See HUtort/ of St John's, p. 1089, L 9. 

2 Master of St John's, Jan. 25, 176S. See this Register, p. 169, 1. 33, and Hitt. qfSt John's, p. 1042. 



INDEX. 



227 



11. 11, 15, 18, 32 ; p. 134, 11. 1, 5, 8, 

12, 18, 24, 27, 30, 38, 44; p. 135, 
11, 3, 7, 11, 14, 17, 22, 24, 37 ; p. 136, 
11. 11, 16, 19, 27 ; p. 137, 11. 15, 21, 
25, 37, 39 ; p. 138, 11. 4, 14, 32, 36, 
45 ; p. 139, 11. 6, 10, 14, 35 ; p. 140, 
11. 7, 10, 14, 18, 36, 40, 43, 47 ; p. 
141, 11. 3, 14, 26, 29 ; p. 142. 11. 7, 

10, 18, 26, 32, 39 ; p. 143, 11. 7, 10, 
16, 20, 27, 34; p. 144, 11. 10, 19, 25; 
p. 145, 11. 7, 17, 21, 24, 36, 39 ; p. 
146, 11. 11, 27, 31, 38, 42, 45 ; p. 147, 

11, 4, 7, 15, 19, 23, 27; p. 148, 11. 9, 
16, 31, 40, 44, 47; p. 149, 11. 3, 6, 21, 

29, 38, 36, 39; p. 150, 11. 10 (Dr), 

19, 22, 28, .32 ; p. 151, 11. 2, 5, 10, 
37, 40, 42, 44 ; p. 152, 11. 6 (Mr), 16, 

20, 23, 27, 31 ; p. 153, 11. 21, 24, 27, 

30, 38, 39 ; p. 154, 11. 5, 10, 13, 22, 
27, 30, 38, 41, 45; p. 155, 11. 4, 8, 

12, 27, 44, 48 ; p. 156, 11. 3, 6, 13, 
16, 19, 33, 36, 40 ; p. 157, U. 9, 13, 
24, 30, 37, 46 ; p. 158, 11. 11, 15, 29, 
32, 38; p. 159, IL 1, 4, 7, 10, 21, 
24 

Powell, Charles, March 28, 17f| 

— Greorge, father of George P., p. 56, 
1.1 

Feb. 17, 172| 

— Henry, father of Thomas P., p. 8, 
1. 1 

father of Charles P., p. 22, 

1.11 

— Joseph, Feb. 11, 172^ 

— Roger, father of Joseph P., p. 26, 
1.24 

— Thomas, Sept. 21, 1716 

— Walpole Clinch, July 5, 1744 
Power, Mr, master of Killarney school, 

CO. Kerry, Ireland, p. 117, 1. 1 
Powerscourt, Richard, Viscount, father 
of Hons. Edward and John Wing- 
field, p. 127, U. 1, 5 
Powley, John, May 28, 1740 

— Robert, father of John P., p. 97, 
1. 5 

Prat, George, father of John P., p. 
123, 1. 18 

— John, Oct. 9, 1747 

Pratt, John, March 20, 174f ; May 25, 
1749 

— Simon, father of John P., p. 118, 
1. 11 

President of St John's, p. 5, 1. 86; 

p. 26, 1. 4 
Prettyman, Nunn, father of Nunn P., 
p. 57, 1. 17 

June 21, 1728 

Price, Howell, father of Howell P., p. 
169, 1. 26 
Oct. 27, 1764 



Price, Hugh, father of Hugh P., p. 173, 
1. 4 

May 13, 1766 

*— Mansfield, April 12, 1728 

— Morgan, June 20, 1744 ; June 30, 
1748 

— Morris, father of Mansfield P., p. 
56, 1. 13 

— Richard, father of Richard P., p. 
25, 1. 39 

Nov. 8, 1720 

B.A., Oxford, July 4, 1787 

— Thomas, Fellow of Jesus Coll., 
Oxford, p. 20, 1. 18 

— Vincent, father of Vincent P., p. 
47, 1. 12 

July 5, 1725 

— William, A.B., St Mary's Hall, 
Oxford, June 30, 1720 

father of Morgan P., p. 118, 

1.4 
Prichard, Evan, father of William 

Evans, p. 175, 1. 8 
•Prime, Arthur, Dec. 1, 1726 ; p. 80, 

1. 10 (Mr) ; p. 91, 11. 30, 82 ; p. 143, 

1. 30 (Dr); p. 145, 1. 31; p. 160, 

1. 12 ; p. 162, 1. 86 
*— Samuel, June 10, 1718 

— Sir Samuel, Kt, father of Samuel 
P., p. 172, 1, 80 

— Samuel, March 16, 1766 

— Thomas, father of Samuel P., p. 
15, 1. 5 

father of Arthur P., p. 51, 1. 19 

Prince, William, father of William P., 
p. 26, 1. 16 

Feb. 6, 172f 

Prinsep, Mr, master of Tamworth 

school, p. 105, 1. 88 
*iPrior, Mr, p. 8, 1, 41 ; p. 26, 1. 29 
Pritchett, Charles Pigott, March 8, 
1760 

— Delabere, father of Charles Pigott 
and Richard P., p. 155, 1. 28; p. 157, 
1.14 

*— Richard, May 81, 1759 
Procter, George, May 14, 1716 

— Robert, father of George P., p. 4, 
1. 24 

— Thomas, father of William P., p. 
158, 1. 9 

— Wiiliam, June 9, 1760 
Prothero, Mr, master of Langathen 

school, Carmarthenshire, p. 86, 1. 
28 
Prowse, Charles, father of John P., 
p. 110, 1. 24 

— John, Nov, 23, 1743 

Prudom, John, father of John P., p. 
39, 1. 1 
Oct. 4, 1728; p. 41, 1. 18 



h 



1 This is Mat Prior. 



15—2 



228 



INDEX. 



Prydhan, Mr, master of Burton on 

Trent school, p. 18, 1. 1 
Prythyrch, Mr, master of Wem school, 

Salop, p. 147, 1. 36 
Pngh, William, father of William P., 

p. 14, 1. 27 

May 21, 1718 

Pulford, Alexander, father of Thomas 

P., p. 6, 1. 22 

— Thomas, June 27, 1716 
PuUein, Samuel, father of Samuel P., 

p. 23, 1. 5 

May 13, 1720 

Pulleyn, Charles, father of Charles P., 

p. 45, 1. 32 

May 12, 1725 

Purnell, Mr, master of Manchester 

school, p. 139, 1. 27 ; p. 140, 1. 13 ; 

p. 145, 1. 34 ; p. 149, 1. 41 ; p. 151, 

1. 21 ; p. 152, 1. 30 ; p. 158, 1, 13 ; 

p. 159, 1. 45 ; p. 165, 11. 5, 9 
Pye, Thomas, father of William P., 

p. 69, 1. 41 

— William, May 7, 1732 

Pym, William, father of William P., 
p. 175, 1. 39 
April 30, 1767 

Quellyn, Hugh, father of William Q., 
p. 10, 1. 33 

— William, June 6, 1717 

Eadcliff, John, father of William E., 
p. 11, 1. 21 

— William, June 26, 1717 
Eadcliffe, Edward, Tutor and Dean of 

B. N. C, Oxford, p. 15, 1. 32 
Eadford, Samuel, father of Thomas E., 

p. 171, 1. 29 
*— Thomas, July 15, 1765 
*Eaikes, Eichard, Oct. 11, 1762 

— Eobert, father of Eichard E., p. 
163, 1. 24 

Eaincock, John, father of William E., 
p. 138, 1. 12 

— William, June 16, 1752 
Eake, John, Oct. 15, 1724 

— Samuel, father of John E., p. 43, 
I 15 

Eakes, John, June 28, 1721 

— William, father of John E., p. 28, 
1. 24 

Eamesden, Mr, master of Pennystone 
school, Yorkshire, p. 45, 11. 2, 4 

Eamsden, John, father of William E,, 
p. 92, 1. 7 

— WiUiam, July 3, 1738 
Eamshaw, Eichard, July 4, 1754 
Eandal, Eandall, Mr, master of Bury 

St Edmunds school, Suffolk, p. 6, 
1. 40 ; p. 7, 1. 28 ; p. 15, 1. 6 

— Mr, master of Diss school, Norfolk, 
p. 61, 1. 18 



Eandal, Mr, master of Durham school, 

p. 32, 1. 32 
Eawlins, Thomas, father of Thomas E., 

p. 59, 1. 38 

May 23, 1729 

Eaworth, Routh, Mr, master of West 

Hallum(-am) school, Derbyshire, p. 

64, 1. 6 ; p. 73, 1. 6 
Eawstorne, James, July 7, 1737 

— G. (William?), father of William 
E., p. 71, 1. 25 

♦—William, Nov. 13, 1732 ; p. 71, U. 29, 

32 ; p. 82, 1. 30 (Dondnus) 
father of James E., p. 87, 

1. 36 
Eay, Benjamin, Oct. 10, 1721 

— Joseph, father of Benjamin E., p. 
30, 1. 34 

Eaye, Mr, master of Monks- Soam 

(Monk Soham) school, Suffolk, p. 57, 

1. 18; p. 110, 1.5 
Eayner, Reyner, Mr, master of Tiverton 

school, Devonshire, p. 45, 1. 7 ; p. 49, 

1.40; p. 51, 1. 12 
Eead, Henry, father of Henry E., p. 88, 

1.5 

July 29, 1737 

Eeade, John, father of John E., p. 131. 

1. 8 

April 18, 1750 

Eeddall, Mr, master of Uppingham 

school, p. 34, 1. 37 ; p. 37, 1. 17 ; p. 

38, 1. 29 

— Dixon, Oct. 11, 1751 

— Eichard, father of Dixon E., p. 
136, 1. 13 

Eedman, Mr, master of the King's 

school, Cambridge, p. 35, 1. 1 
Eeed, James, March 23, 174§ 

— John, father of James E., p. 108, 
1. 13 

Eeid, Anthony, father of Farington E., 

p. 47, 1. 9 
*— Farington, July 3, 1725; p. 155, 

1.20 
— , Eeed, Mr, master of Stamford 

school, p. 77, 1. 39 ; p. 82, 1. 5 ; p. 

122, 1. 42; p. 134, 1. 34 ; p. 142, 1. 45 
Eemington, Thomas, father of William 

E., p. 74, 1. 20 

— William, Nov. 2, 1733 
Eeveley, George, father of Hugh E., 

p. 157, 1. 11 

— Hugh, Jan. 12, 1760 
Eeyner ; see Eayner 

Eeynolds, Mr, master of Exeter school, 

p. 6, 1. 6 
*— Anthony, Oct. 23, 1750 

— George, father of Eichard E., p. 
106, 1. 47 

fatherof Anthony, George, and 

Laurence R., p. 133, 1. 9; p. 135, 
1. 15 ; p. 146, 1. 43 



INDEX. 



229 



Beynolds, George, June 14, 1755 

— Laurence, June 24, 1751 

— Bicbard, father of Eobert E., p. 46, 
1. 24 

July 6, 1742 

father of Richard R., p, 107, 

1. 4 
July 9, 1742 

— Robert, June 12, 1725 
Riccard, John, father of John Peter R., 

p. 17, 1. 30 

Peter, April 1, 1719 

Rich, Edward Pickering, father of 

Edward Temple R., p. 110, 1. 16 
Temple, Nov. 3, 1743 

— Thomas, Fellow of BaUiol Coll., 
Oxford, p. 34, 1. 27 

Richard, John, father of Thomas R., 

p. 63, 1. 6 
*i— Thomas, May 18, 1730 
Richards, George, May 2, 1763 
father of George B., p. 164, 

1. 33 

— John, Nov. 2, 1716 

— Bichard, father of John R., p. 8, 
1.24 

*Richardson, Mr, p. 6, 1. 13; p. 13, 
1. 9 ; p. 17, 1. 12 ; p. 19, 1. 10 ; p. 40, 
1. 37 ; p. 70, 1. 1 

— Mr, -master of Blackheath school, 
Kent, p. 64, 1. 2 

— Mr, master of Blencow school, 
Cumberland, p. 102, 1. 12 ; p. 136, 
1.18 

— Mr, master of Darlington school, 
p. 24, 1. 40 ; p. 32, 1. 13 ; p. 34, 1. 
40 

— Mr, master of St Martin's Library, 
i.e. Abp. Tenison's school, London, 
p. 25, 1. 20 

— Benjamin, Jan. 20, 171^ 

— James, father of Benjamin R., p. 
13, 1. 4 

— John, father of John R., p. 138, 
1. 1 

May 18, 1752 

father of John R., p. 156, 1. 

28 
July 13, 1759 

— Peter, June 17, 1727 

— Richard, father of Richard R., p. 2, 
1 28 

Oct. 28, 1715 

father of William R., p. 59, 

1.42 

— Samuel, father of Peter R., p. 53, 
1.44 

— Thomas, father of Thomas R., p. 
9, 1. 17 

April 11, 1717 

* July 1, 1737 ; p. 118, 1. 28 



(Mr) ; p. 120, 1. 19 ; p. 123, 1. 37 ; 

p. 125, 1. 1 ; p. 126, 1. 14 ; p. 128, 

1.28 
Richardson, William, May 24, 1729; 

p. 60, 1. 1 
fether of Thomas R., p. 87, 

1.25 
Richmond, Richard, June 19, 1746 

— Sylvester, father of Richard R., 
p. 120, 1. 1 

— Thomas, A.B., BaUiol CoU., Ox- 
ford, June 29, 1722, p. 34, 11. 10, 15 

Bickard ; see Bichard, Thomas 
Bickson, Joseph, father of William R., 
p. 81, 1. 29 

— William, Oct. 28, 1735 

Bider, Mr, master of Bury school, 
Lancashire, p. 35, 1. 8 

*Bigden, Ds, p. 2, 1. 30; p. 6, 1. 21 
(Mr); p. 24, 1. 7; p. 32, 1. 28; p. 33, 
1. 7 ; p. 36, 1. 3 ; p. 38, 1. 18 ; p. 42, 
1. 34 ; p. 50, 1. 7; p. 54, 1. 37 ; p. 65, 
L3 

— Mr, master of Beigate school, 
Surrey, p. 63, 1. 24 

Riley, James, father of Joseph R., p. 
97, 1. 1 

— Joseph, May 23, 1740 
Ripley, John, Oct. 19, 1728 

— William, father of John R., p. 58, 
1. 7 

Ris, Abraham, father of James R., p. 
69, 1. 29 

— James, May 2, 1732 
*Rishton, Henry (see this Register, 

under Oct. 22, 1706), M.A., late 

Fellow of St John's [B. A. 1710, M.A. 

1714, Grad. Cant.\ master of a 

school in the parish of St James, 

Barbadoes, p. 68, 1. 15 
Bitson, Mr, master of Cockermouth 

school, Cumberland, p. 105, 1. 1 
Boberts, Eubule, father of Thomas R., 

p. 137, 1. 41 

— Hugh, Oct. 24, 1715 

— James, July 3, 1758 

— John, father of Hugh B., p. 2, 
1. 25 

father of James B., p. 153, 1. 25 

A.B., Brasenose Coll., Oxford, 

June 29, 1758 

— Thomas, April 24, 1752 

father of William B., p. 29, 

1. 47 

— WiUiam, July 3, 1721 

— W. H., M.A., p. 176, 1. 15 

— Mr, master of Walsingham school, 
Norfolk, p. 55, 1. 30 

Bobertshire, Mr ; see Shaw, Mr Bobert 
Robins, Thomas, father of Thomas R., 
p. 73, 1. 37 



I Admitted Fellow as Rictord. 



230 



INDEX. 



Eobins, Thomas, July 3, 1733 
Eobinson, Mr, Hebrew Professor in 

the University of Edinburgh, p. 143, 

1.37 
*Eobinson, Dominus Robert, p. 13, 1. 25 ; 

p. 26, 1. 41 (Mr) ; p. 27, 1. 46; p. 28, 

1. 12 ; p. 33, 1. 10 ; p. 34, 1. 41 ; p. 36, 

1. 15 (bis) ; p. 57, 1. 25 ; p. 59, 1. 15 ; 

p. 60, 1. 35; p. 61, 1. 15; p. 63, 11. 

24, 45; p. 64, 1. 28; p. 79, 1. 37; 

p. 88, 1. 35; p. 122, 1. 42; p. 135, 

I. 21; p. 144, 1. 7; p. 145, 11. 20, 
39; p. 148, 1. 15; p. 155, 1. 11; p. 
160, 1. 15; p. 162, 1. 22; p. 165, 1. 
23; p. 167, 1. 6; p. 172,1. 16 

— Mr, master of Cunistone (Co-) 
school, p. 2, 1. 41 ; p. 18, 1. 44 

— Mr, master of Pocklin(g)ton school, 
Yorkshire, p. 114, 1. 9; p. 124, 1. 30; 
p. 145, 1. 38 

— Mr, master of Sheffield school, 
p. 41, 1. 36; p. 44, 11. 28, 31; p. 52, 

II. 11, 14, 17; p. 57, 1. 24; p. 59, 
1. 14; p. 61, 1. 11; p. 67, 11. 10, 13; 
p. 78, 1. 38 

— Mr, master of Staveley school, 
Derbyshire, p. 100, 1. 2; p. 113, 1. 
19 

— Anthony, father of John E., p. 67, 
1.12 

— Caleb, June 14, 1726 

— Christopher, father of Solomon 
E., p. 173, 1. 10 

— Edward, father of John E., p. 11, 
1. 25 

March 20, 173^ 

June 20, 1 738 

— George, father of William E., p. 
45, 1. 22 

father of John E., p. 80, 1. 14 

— Henry, father of Henry E., p. 17, 
1.9 

March 4, 171f 

— James, father of Eobert E., p. 65, 
1.30 

father of Edward E., p. 82, 

1.18 

— John, father of Thomas E., p. 3, 
1.42 

June 6, 1735 

father of Edward E., p. 91, 

1. 4 

June 27, 1717 

father of Thomas E., p. 34, 

1.39 

father of John E., p. 48, 1. 21 

March 21, 172f 

June 10, 1731 

June 28, 1734 

father of John E., p. 110, 1. 20 

Nov. 9, 1743 

father of William E., p. 112, 

1. 21 



Eobinson, Josiah, father of John E., 
p. 77, 1. 33 

— Matthew, father of Thomas E., 
p. 66, 1. 17 

father of William E., p. 121, 

1. 13 

— Peter, Nov. 5, 1758 

— Eichard, father of Caleb E., p. 49, 
1. 35 

* — Eobert, father of Peter E., p. 154, 

1. 15 
* March 29, 1731 

— Solomon, May 15, 1766 

— Stapyltou, May 9, 1757 

— Stephen, father of William E., p. 
23, 1. 32 

— Thomas, April 20, 1716 
June 30, 1722 

father of Stapylton E., p. 151, 

1. 7 
father of Thomas E., p. 53, 

1.6 

May 25, 1727 

April 19, 1731 

June 24, 1732 

father of William E., p. 83, 

1. 32 
*— William, May 21, 1744; p. 141, 

1. 2 (Mr) 

Feb. 4, 174f 

May 27, 1720 

May 10, 1725 

father of Thomas E., p. 70, 

1.42 

June 4, 1736 

father of William E., p. 146, 

1. 8 

May 8, 1755 

father of William E., p. 174, 

1. 1 

July 1, 1766 

Eobotom, Thomas, father of Thomas 

E., p. 37, 1. 23 

May 20 1723 

Eocke, Eichard', July 13, 1767 

Eodd, Mr, master of Hereford school, 

p. 14, 1. 28; p. 28, 1. 8; p. 66, 1. 28 
Eoet ; see Eolt 
Eoe, James, June 26, 1729 

— Thomas, father of James E., p. 
60, 1. 45 

Eogers, Mr, master of Finchampstead 
school, Berks., p. 71, 1. 19 

— Mr, master of Sutton school, Wilts, 
p. 131, 1. 16 

— John, July 8, 1727 

— Eobert, father of Eobert E., p. 6, 
1,36 

July 2, 1716 

— Samuel, father of John E., p. 64, 
1. 39 

Eogerson, Mr, master of a school in 
London, p. 16, 1. 12 



INDEX. 



231 



Kolle, Dennis, father of Samuel R., p, 
6,1. 5 

— Samuel, June 21, 1716 

Eolt, Roet, Eolte, Mr, master of Lin- 
coln school, p. 109, 1. 1 (Mr Roet) ; 
p. 112, 1. 39; p. 126, 1. 23; p. 135, 
1. 16; p. 146, 1.44 

*Roper, Mr, p. 1, 1. 7; p. 3, 1. 28; p. 
4, 11. 18, 31; p. 9, 1. 42; p. 11, 1. 19; 
p. 25, 1. 37 

— Bryan, father of Robert R., p. 90, 
1. 35 

— Robert, June 5, 1738 

Rose, Mr, master of Kew school, Surrey, 

p. 147, 1. 3 
Rosenhagen, Arnold, father of Philip 

R., p. 147, 1. 17 
•— Phihp, Oct. 20, 1755 
Roskell, Mr, master of Cartmel school, 

Lancashire, p. 22, 11. 29, 33 
Ross, Charles, June 29, 1754 

— George, father of Charles R., p. 

143, 1. 35 

— John, father of William R., p. 42, 
1.3 

— William, June 13, 1724 

Rosse, John, father of John R., p. 86, 

1.7 
* April 18, 1737; p. 113, 1. 6 

(Mr) ; p. 139, 11. 20, 24; p. 142, 1. 42 

— Mr, master of Durham school, p. 
27, 1. 35 

Rotherham, Mr John, tutor in Barba- 
does, p. 138, 1. 16; p, 140, 1. 24 

Rothery, Joseph, father of William R., 
p. 90, 1. 22 

— Robert, father of William R., p. 
28 1 28 

— William, June 29, 1721 
May 24, 1738 

— Mr, master of Chelsea school, p. 

144, 1. 13 

Rothwell, James, father of Richard 
R., p. 101, 1. 32 

— Richard, May 23, 1741 
Round, John, July 2, 1751 

— William, father of John R., p. 
135, 1. 42 

Rouse, Ezekiel, father of Ezekiel and 
William R., p. 138, 1. 27 ; p. 147, 1. 
28 
Feb. 8, 1756 

— Susannah, maiden name of the 
mother of Francis De Crousar, p. 
176, 1. 34 

— William, June 23, 1752 
Routh, Mr; see Raworth 

— John, father of William R., p. 13, 
1. 10 

— William, March 27, 1718 

Rowe, Row, Antony, father of Thomas 
R., p. 26, 1. 20 

— Henry, Oct. 3, 1717 



Rowe, John, June 26, 1754 

— Lewis, father of Henry R., p. 12, 
1.17 

*— Thomas, Feb. 7, 172J; p. 69, 
1.28 

— William, father of John R., p. 143, 
1. 28 

Rowley, William, father of William R., 

p. 94, 1. 12 

May 30, 1739 

•Rowse, Rouse, Mr, p. 10, 1. 42 ; p. 22, 

1. 21; p. 26, 11. 11, 18; p. 30, 1. 18; 

p. 49, 1. 44; p. 69, 1.35; p. 91, 1.48; 

p. 103, 1. 6; p. 114,1.31 

— Ezekiel, June 16, 1726 

— John, father of Ezekiel and John 
R., p. 49, 1. 42 

June 16, 1726 

— OUver, April 28, 1725 

— Samuel, father of Oliver R., p. 45, 
1. 6 

Rudd, Antony, bart., father of Antony 
R., p. 41,1. 22 
May 21, 1724 

— James, June 15, 1761 

— Thomas, Dec. 20, 1751 

Rugg, John, A.B., Balliol Coll. Oxford. 
March 21, 1759 

Russel, Russell, Mr, master of Maid- 
stone school, p. 127, 1. 43; p. 161, 
1. 14 

— John, father of Joseph R., p. 58, 
1. 1 

father of John R., p. 58, 1. 36 

Feb. 6, 172f 

^ father of John R., p. 123, 

1. 10 
July 9, 1747 

— Joseph, August 14, 1728 

— Peter, Jan. 15, 175^ 

— Richard, father of Peter R. , p. 133, 

I. 34 

♦Russell, Russel, Mr, p. 17, 1. 28; p. 
19, 11. 6, 31; p. 29, 1. 42; p. 83,1. 
38; p. 38,1. 1 

— Hugh, father of Richard R., p. 
18; 1. 19 

— John, father of Robert R., p. 162, 
1.44 

— Richard, May 14, 1719 
*— Robert, June 30, 1762 
Rutherford, Aaron, father of John R., 

p. 46, 1. 44 

— John, June 30, 1725 

— Thomas, father of Thomas R., p. 
48, 1. 36 

* April 6, 1726; p. 83, 1. 47 (Mr 

Rutherforth) p. 90, 1. 5; p. 98, 1. 
33; p. 100, 1. 44; p. 101,11. 2,5,87, 
41 ; p. 102, 11. 10, 13, 19, 23, 27, 33, 
36, 48; p. 103, 11. 6, 19, 28, 26, 31; 
p. 104, U. 1, 8, 18, 88, 41 ; p. 105, 

II. 9, 21, 24, 88; p. 106, 11. 6, 9, 26; 



232 



INDEX. 



p. 107, 11. 10, 15, 25, 29; p. 108, 
11. 12, 19, 22, 28; p. 109, 11. 2, 5, 
15, 18, 31, 37; p. 110, 11. 8, 11, 18, 
26; p. Ill, 11. 1, 12, 17, 28, 31, 38. 
42; p. 112, 11. 29, 31, 36, 40, 43, 46; 
p. 113, 11. 3, 6, 9, 23, 38; p. 114, 
11. 8, 7, 10, 15, 19, 27, 31, 34; p. 
115, 11. 9, 16, 33 (Dr), 37, 40, 44; 
p. 116, 11. 14, 18, 21, 24, 27, 33, 38 ; 
p. 117, 11. 2, 6, 20, 23, 36 ; p. 118, 
11. 17, 23, 42, 46 ; p. 119, 11. 3, 10, 14, 

17, 31, 36, 39; p. 120, 11. 24, 27, 34, 
87; p. 121, 11. 7, 15, 19, 23, 29; p. 
122, 11. 4, 8, 15, 22, 27, 31, 46; p. 

128, 11. 3, 5, 8, 12, 16, 23, 30, 33; 
p. 124, 11. 3, 27, 37, 41 ; p. 125, 11. 
15, 25, 28, 48; p. 126, 11. 3, 7, 18, 
24, 27, 36; p. 127, U. 3, 7, 11, 15, 
27, 34, 37, 40; p. 128, 11. 21, 41; p. 

129, 11. 3, 9, 20, 27, 42, 46 ; p. 130, 
11. 5, 9, 32, 35; p. 131, 11. 3, 27, 30; 
p. 132, 11. 6, 20, 43 ; p. 133, 11. 3, 7, 
20, 24, 28, 36, 40; p. 134, 11. 21, 35, 
41; p. 135, 11. 28, 33, 41, 44, 48; p. 
136, 11. 3, 6, 23 

Eutter, Henry, father of Martin E., 
p. 1, 1. 15 

— Martin, August 6, 1715 
Eutton, Mr, master of Sandwich 

school, p. 82, 1. 26 
Eycroft, Henry, father of Henry E., p. 

18, 1. 43 

May 25, 1719 

Eyley, James, father of John E., p. 
124, 1. 18 

— John, father of John E., p. 93, 
1. 18 

March 19, 173f 

March 17, 174| 

Eymer, Mr, master of Durham school, 
p. 23, 1. 40; p. 56, 1. 20; p. 57, 1. 87 

' S. ', p. 54, 1. 28 

Saffery, Henry, father of Thomas S., 
p. 8, 1. 20 

— Thomas, Oct. 30, 1716 

Sagge, Thomas, father of Thomas S., 

p. 5, 1. 31 

June 18, 1716 

St John, Pawlet, father of Pawlet St 

J., p. 65, 1. 17 

* Jan. 14, 173^ 

Sale, William, father of William S., 

p. 134, 1. 3 
either 14th or 15th of March, 

175f 
Salisbury, William, father of William 

S., p. 30, 1. 19 
* Sept. 8, 1721; p. 114, 1. 2 

(Mr); p. 126,1. 6 
Salkeld, Mr, master of Newcastle on 

Tyne school, p. 63, 1. 23 ; p. 66, 1. 

5; p. 69, 1. 27 



Salkeld, Mr, master of Wigton school, 

Cumberland, p. 19, 1. 9 
Salt, James, father of William S., p. 

69, 1. 3 
father of Thomas S., p. 94, 

1.20 

— Thomas, June 5, 1739 

— WiUiam, Jan. 15, 173^ 

Salter, Mr, master of Carleton Curlew 

school, Leicestershire, p. 10, 1. 4 ; 

p. 22, 1. 17 
Salvin, Antony, father of Antony S., 

p. 78, 1. 4 

July 4, 1734 

Samber, James Stirling, May 18, 1739; 

March 17, 174| 

— Samuel Legg, father of James 
Stirling S.,p. 94, 1. 9 

Sampson, Joshua, father of Joshua S., 
p. 64, 1. 26 

July 4, 1780 

Sanderson, Francis, father of William 
S., p. 7, 1. 30 

— William, Sept. 20, 1716 
Sandford, Daniel, father of Daniel S., 

p. 37, 1. 19 
May 18, 1723 

— John, father of John S., p. 25, 
1. 29 

— ' — Oct. 24, 1720 

— Samuel, father of Samuel S., p. 
69, 1. 22 

March 3, 178^ 

Sandiford, Charles, Nov. 15, 1718 

— Thomas, father of Charles S., p. 
17, 1, 5 

Sandland, Thomas, father of Thomas 

S., p. 119, 1. 29 

June 7, 1746 

Sanf ord, John, fellow of BaUiol Coll. , 

Oxford, p. 34, 1. 26 
Sargent, George Arnold, Feb. 6, 1766 

— John, father of George Arnold S., 
p. 172, 1. 18 

father of John S., p. 176, 

1. 13 

June 5, 1767 

Sarraude, John, A.B., Oriel Coll., 

Oxford, Dec. 12, 1754 
Saunders, Mr, master of Burton school, 
Notts., p. 66, 1. 2 

— Mr, master of Sedbergh school, 
Yorkshire, p. 1, 1. 16 ; p. 4, 11. 8, 10, 

29, 40; p. 6, 1. 17; p. 9, U. 6, 15, 

30, 41; p. 11, 1. 42; p. 13, 11. 24, 
37; p. 14, 1. 1; p. 19, 1. 5; p. 23, 
1. 7; p. 24, 1. 20; p. 26, 11. 3, 28; 
p. 29, 1. 41; p. 31, 11. 40, 43; p. 82, 

I. 22; p. 33, 1. 9; p. 34, 1. 33; p. 
37, 1. 37 (Dr S.) ; p. 38, 11. 11, 14; 
p. 40, 1. 20; p. 41, 1. 46; p. 42, 1. 
10; p. 44, 1. 15; p. 48, 1. 25; p. 49, 

II. 11, 17; p. 50, 11. 14, 24; p. 51, 



INDEX. 



233 



\ 



1. 40; p. 54, 11. 4, 18; p. 56, 1. 11 
p. 58, 1. 16; p. 60, 1. 35; p. 61, 11 
8, 15; p. 62, 1. 18; p. 63, U. 20, 29 
p. 65, 11. 1, 31; p. 66, 11. 31, 42 
p. 67, 1. 30; p. 70, 1. 47; p. 71 
1. 26; p. 74, 1. 25; p. 79, 11.22,25 
p. 83, 1. 35; p. 84, U. 13, 17; p. 91 
1.34; p. 94, 1. 18; p. 97, 11. 7, 22 
p. 102, U. 19, 23, 35 (Dr Sanders) 
p. 105, 1. 23; p. 106, 11. 5, 18, 30, 33 
Saunders, Mr, master of Chesterfield 
school, p. 141, 1.2; p. 143, L 33; p. 
157, 1. 45 ; p. 160, 1. 4 

— Mr, master of Sutton Coldfield 
school, Warwickshire, p. 11, 1. 15 

— John, father of Joseph S., p. 110, 
1.30 

— Joseph, Nov. 26, 1743 
Saunderson, William, June 30, 1759 
Savage, Mr, master of Sutton Valence 

school, Kent, p. 54, L 31 ; p. 73, 1. 
12 

— Mr, master of Uppingham school, 
p. 16,1.26; p. 30, 1. 1; p. 37,1. 17 

— Thomas, Oct. 29, 1734 

— William, father of Thomas S., p. 
78, 1. 37 

Savignee, James, father of James S., 
p. 62, 1. 4 

Oct. 23, 1729 

Sawkins, James, Oct. 12, 1751 

— Joseph, father of James S., p. 136, 
1. 21 

Sayer, John, father of John S., p. 65 ; 
1. 34 
April 1, 1731 

— Bobert, father of Bobert John S., 
p. 168, 1. 15 

John, Jane 23, 1764 

— Mr, master of Windham (Wy- 
mondham) school, Norfolk, p. 9, 1. 
10 

Scaife, Mr, master of Histon school, 

Cambridgeshire, p. 8, 1. 3; p. 24, 

1. 47 
* Scales, Bichard, March 21, 174f ; p. 

130. 11. 13 (Mr), 38; p. 137, 1. 21; 

p. 139, 1. 6; p. 146, 1. 30 (bis); p. 

176, 1. 9 

— Bobert, father of Bichard S., p. 
101, 1. 7 

.Scot, Scott, Benjamin, father of John 
S., p. 36, 1. 8 

— John, Feb. 12, 172| 
Feb. 25, 172f 

— Joshua, March 27, 172f 

— Nathaniel, June 25, 1751 

— Bobert, father of Thomas S., p. 
30, L 3 

father of Nathaniel S., p. 135, 

1. 26 

— Thomas, father of Joshua S., p. 
36, 1. 26 



Scot, Thomas, July 3, 1721 

— William, father of John S., p. 51, 
1. 35 

— Mr, master of Southampton 
school, p. 98, 1. 21 

Scurfield, George, June 25, 1759 

— William, father of George S., p. 
155, 1. 46 

Searl, John, father of John S., p. 40, 

1. 26 

April 6, 1724 

Seddon, John, father of Thomas S., p. 

115, 1. 3 

— Thomas, April 4, 1745 
Sedgwick, Edward, father of Edward 

S.,p. 114, 1. 38 
April 1, 1745 

— Giles, father of Bichard S., p. 
106, 1. 28 

— Hunter, May 22, 1754 

— Philip, father of Hunter S., p. 

142, 1. 44 

— Bichard, June 29, 1742 

July 8, 1757 ; March 28, 1759 

— Bobert, father of Boger S., p. 105, 
1. 16 

— Boger, May 5, 1742 

— Mr, master of Leed(e)8 school, p. 
140, 1. 17 

— Mr, master of Walkington school, 
Beverley, p. 43, L 30 

Seller, Thomas, father of William S., 
p. 52, 1. 7 

— William, April 12, 1727 
Selwin, William, father of William S., 

p. 62, 1. 29 

April 28, 1730 

SetteU, Mr, master of Skipton school, 

Yorkshire, p. 5, 1. 3 
Seward, Benjamin, Nov. 2, 1721 ; Oct, 

19, 1734 

— John, father of Benjamin S., p. 31, 
1. 6 

father of Thomas S., p. 53, 

1. 38 

— Thomas, June 17, 1728 
SeweU, Cuthbert, July 2, 1726 

— Joseph, father of Cuthbert S., p. 
50, 1. 22 

Seymour, Christopher, June 20, 1754 

— John, father of Christopher S., p. 

143, 1. 17 

Shakleford, G. (William?), father of 
William S., p. 50, 1. 34 

— William, July 4, 1726 

Shan, John, father of John S., p. 116, 

1. 15 

June 27, 1745 

father of Lawson S., p. 144, 

1. 23 

— Lawson, Nov. 6, 1754 

Sharp, Martin, M.A., Christ's College, 
p. 12, 1. 3 



234 



INDEX. 



Sharpe, Mr, master of Hipperholm 
school, Halifax, p. 37, 1. 10; p. 46, 
1. 9 ■ 

— Mr, tutor in the family of T. King, 
Esq., p. 10, 1. 19 

*Shaw, Mr, p. 22, 1, 34; p. 31, 1. 28; 
p. 37, 1. 6 

— Mr, master of Atherstone school, 
Warwickshire, p. 113, 1. 27 

— Mr Eobert, master of Burnley 
school, Lancashire, p. 10, 1. 15 ; p. 
33, 1. 26 (Mr Eobertshire) 

— Mr, master of Tamworth school, 
p. 19, 1. 1 

— James, father of Thomas S., p. 77, 
1. 41 

— John, father of Timothy S., p. 87, 
1. 17 

father of Stebbing S., p. 143, 

I. 44 

— Samuel, B.A., Clare Hall, p. 33, 

II. 12, 14 

— Stebbing, July 1, 1754 

— Thomas, July 1, 1734 

— Timothy, June 27, 1737 
Sheepshanks, James, father of James 

S., p. 18, 1. 39 
May 22, 1719 

— Bichard, father of William S., p. 
161, 1. 33 

•— William, Dec. 12, 1761 
Shepherd, Antony, June 25, 1740 

— Arthur, father of Antony S., p. 98, 
1. 3 

— Henry, father of Henry S., p. 155, 
1. 38 

* June 23, 1759 

Sherson, Mr, master of Buntingford 

school, Herts, p. 59, 1. 23; p. 81, 

1. 22 
Sherwood, James, father of James S., 

p. 64, 1. 13 

July 1, 1730 

Shields, James, March 14, 174J 

— John, father of James S., p. 100, 
1. 45 

Shippen, Robert, Principal of Brasenose 

College, Oxford, p. 51, 1. 9 
Shrigley, William, A.B., Brasenose 

Coll., Oxford, p. 102, 1. 45 
Shuttleworth, Barton, March 28, 1741 

— Ralph, father of Barton S., p. 101, 
1. 11 

Sidebottom, Samuel, June 25, 1718; 

p. 15, 11. 21, 27 
Simcock, John, father of John S., p. 

10, 1. 25 

May 25, 1717 

•Simpson, Mr, p. 9, 1. 11; p. 59, 1. 

40 

— Mr, master of Sevenoaks school, 
Kent, p. 58, 1. 2 ; p. 103, 1. 15 

— David, June 19, 1765 



Simpson, Ralph, father of David S., 

p. 170, 1. 39 
Sismey, John, father of Thomas S., 

p. .38, 1. 23 

— Thomas, July 1, 1723 

Skelton, Mr, master of Brigg school, 
Lincolnshire, p. 174, 1. 25 

— George, father of George S., p. 72, 
1. 38 

June 5, 1733 

Skiddy, Francis, father of Eobert S., 
p. 132, 1. 37 

— Robert, July 3, 1750 

Skinner, John, father of John S., p. 

100, 1. 11 
*Skynner, John, Oct. 25, 1740 ; p. 146, 

1. 23 (Mr) 
Skyrme, John, father of William S., 

p. 89, 1. 4 

— William, March 3, 173| 

Slade, Mr, master of Dillon (Dilhorne) 
school, Staffordshire, p. 131, 11. 19, 
23; p. 143,1. 25 

— Mr, master of Market Bosworth 
school, Leicestershire, p. 153, 1. 7 

— William, A.B., Wadham CoU., Ox- 
ford, June 28, 1755 

Sleech, Dr, p. 163, 1. 35 
Smales, Matthew, father of Thomas S., 
p. 64, 1. 39 

— Thomas, Oct. 24, 1730 
Smallwood, Mr, master of Marre school, 

Staffordshire, p. 138, 1. 24 

— John, June 28, 1728 

— Thomas, father of Thomas S., p. 
40, 1. 39 

April 17, 1724 

father of John S., p. 57, 1. 33 

Smith, Dr, Head-master of Merchant 

Taylors' school, London, p. 30, 1. 29 ; 

p. 39, 1. 9 ; p. 50, 1. 36 ; p. 54, i. 21 ; 

p. 63, 1. 26 

— Dr, Head-master of Westminster, 
p. 169, 1. 38 ; p. 176, 1. 36 

♦— Mr WiUiam, p. 27, 1. 39 

— Mr, master of Blackburn school, 
p. 45, 1. 16 

— Mr, master of Boston school, p. 
80, 1. 2 

— Mr, master of Canterbury school, 
p. 9, 1. 44 ; p. 10, 1. 1 ; p. 12, 1. 36 ; 
p. 25, 1. 34 ; p. 33, 1. 29 

— Mr, master of Huntingdon school, 
p. 172, 1. 11 

— Mr, master of Ormesby school, 
Lincolnshire, p. 163, 1. 28 

— Mr John, master of Sheffield 
school, p. 165, 1. 13 ; p. 177, 1. 8 

— Mr, master of Tiverton school, p. 
99, 1. 41 

— Caleb, June 6, 1719 

— Edward, father of Sawyer S., p. 
91, 1. 23 



INDEX. 



235 



Smith, Eyi-e Foster, June 5, 1731 

— Francis, March 24, 172^ 

— George, June 26, 1716 
May 23, 1724 

father of John S., p. 127, 1. 

21 
April 5, 1756 

— James, father of Lawrence S., p. 
91, 1. 16 

— John, father of George S., p. 6, 
1.15 

father of William S., p. 27, 1. 

27 
father of Joseph S., p. 35, 

1. 15 

father of John S., p. 39, 1. 38 

Feb. 26, 172J ; p. 39, 1. 41 

father of John S., p. 61, 1. 17 

July 1, 1729 

father of John S., p. 70, 1. 16 

May 30, 1732 

father of John S., p. 98, 1. 39 

July 1, 1740 

June 28, 1739 

Nov. 1, 1748 

father of George S., p. 148, 

1. 21 
father of WilUam S., p. 172, 

1. 10 

— Joseph, Sept. 22, 1722 

— Joshua.father of JoshuaS.,p. 113, 
1. 15 

June 28, 1744 

— Kenelm, father of John S., p. 95, 
1.16 

— Lawrence, June 23, 1738 

— Michael, Deputy Praelector of 
Peterhouse, Cambridge, p. 116, 1. 
10 

— Philip Foster, father of Eyre 
Foster S., p. 67, 1. 3 

— Eobert, father of Robert S., p. 11, 
1.17 

June 26, 1717 

father of Robert S., p. 34, 1. 

45 

June 29, 1722 

father of Robert S., p. 91, 1. 12 

June 22, 1738 

— Sawyer, June 28, 1738 

— Thomas, father of Francis S., p. 
27, 1. 19 

April 2, 1752 

— William, father of Caleb S., p. 19, 
1.11 

March 27, 1721 

father of George S., p. 41, 1. 

25 
father of William S., p. 113, 

L36 

July 2, 1744 

father of William S., p. 123, 

1. 21 



Smith, William, Oct. 23, 1747 

Jan. 17, 1766 

Smyth, Smith, Mr, master of Hudders- 

field school, p. 36, 1. 33 ; p. 63, 1. 17 

(Mr Smith) 

— George, father of Ozias S., p. 156, 
1.20 

— Henry, father of Henry S., p. 71. 
1.17 

Oct. 28, 1732 

James, father of James S., p. 

164, 1. 24 
April 26, 1763 

— Ozias, June 30, 1759 

Smythe, Henry, father of Sidney Staf- 
ford S., p. 29, 1. 35 

— Sidney Stafford, July 1, 1721 
Smythies, Smithies, Rev. Mr, master 

of Colchester school, p. 50, 1. 45 ; 
p. 77, 1. 46; p. 78, 1.2; p. 90, 1.9; 
p. 95, 1. 25; p. 98, 1. 43; p. Ill, 
1. 35; p. 143, 11. 6, 9; p. 170, 1. 29; 
p. 175,1. 35; p. 176, 1.4 

— Mr, master of Lavenham school, 
Suffolk, p. 104, 1. 33 ; p. 122, 1. 34 

— William, father of Yorick S., p. 
143, 1. 8 

— Yorick, June 11, 1754 

Snaith, John, father of John S., p. 140, 
1.8 

May 7, 1753 

Snape, Dr, Head-master of Eton, p. 3, 

I. 5; p. 5, 1.25; p. 8, 1. 10; p. 16, 

II. 19, 29 ; p. 17, 1. 42 ; p. 18, 1. 31 ; 
p. 20, 1. 24; p. 23, 1. 21 ; p. 30, 1. 32 

Sneade, Samuel, May 23, 1763 
Sneyd, Bowyer, December 9, 1719 

— Ralph, father of Bowyer S., p. 21, 
1.25 

Soan, Mr, master of the King's school, 

Rochester, p. 125, 1. 31 ; p. 129, 1. 15 ; 

p. 134, 1. 11 
Soane, Mr, master of Corhampton 

school, Hants, p. 20, 1. 37 
Sole, Cockin, father of John Cockin S., 

p. 130, 1. 7 

— John Cockin, July 3, 1749 
Somerscale, Joseph, Oct. 28, 1727 

— Richard, father of Joseph S., p. 
55, 1. 32 

Somerset, Duchess of, p. 4, n. 1 ; p. 6, 

n. 1 ; p. 13, 1. 21 ; p. 18, 1. 22 
Somner, Dr, Head-master of Eton, p. 

118, 1. 27; p. 119, 1. 47; p. 120,1. 

37; p. 123, 1. 22; p. 128, 1. 18; p. 

131, 1. 13; p. 134, 11. 30, 40; p. 137, 

1. 32; p. 139, 1. 13; p. 140, 1. 46; 

p. 141, 11. 32, 39 
Sorsbie, Mr, master of Battle school, 

Sussex, p. 66, 1. 45 

— Benjamin, June 20, 1730 
Sorsby, Malin, father of Benjamin S., 

p. 63, 1. 28 



236 



INDEX. 



Southernwood, Mr, master of the King's 

school, Cambridge, p. 76, 1. 46 
Southgate, Kichard, March 21, 174^ 

— William, father of Eichard S., p. 
118, 1. 14 

Sparke, John, April 24, 1730 

— Joseph, father of John S., p. 62, 
1.25 

Sparkes, Mr, master of a school at 
Cambridge, p. 55, 1. 29 

— Mr, master of Peterborough school, 
p. 47, 1. 38 

Sparrow, Charles, father of Charles S., 

p. 133, 1. 13 

Oct. 27, 1750 

Spearman, Mr, master of Eoyston 

school, Herts, p. 107, 1. 9 

— Charles, March 30, 1723 

— Gilbert, father of Charles S., p. 36, 
1.35 

Spencer, Mr, master of Lym(m) school, 
Cheshire, p. 36, 1. 14; p. 48, 1. 22 

— Mr, master of Tunbridge school, 
p. 2, 1. 29; p. 6, 1. 20; p. 9, 1. 26; 
p. 38, 1. 4; p. 39, 1. 15; p. 62, 1. 
15; p. 67, 1. 27; p. 87, 1*. 2; p. 100, 
1. 8 

— Richard, father of Bichard S., p. 
62, 1. 14 

March 28, 1730 

Spicer, J., M.A., master of Reading 

school, p. 175, 1. 46 
Sprat, Harflete, father of John S., p. 

82, 1. 24 

— John, April 9, 1736 

Squire, Mr, master of Lynn Regis 
school, p. 83, 1. 47 

— John, B.A., Merton Coll., Oxford, 
June 30, 1721, p. 29, 1. 25 

— Edward, father of Samuel S., p. 
49, 1. 39 

— Edwards, Jan. 10, 175? 

— Samuel, June 16, 1726 

father of Samuel S., p. 63, 

I. 34 

* June 23, 1730; p. 102, 1. 48 

(Mr) 

father of Edwards S., p. 133, 

1.26 
Stabber, Mr, master of Burton Agnes 

school, Yorkshire, p. 22, 1. 25 
Stacye, John, June 13, 1741 

— Thomas, father of John S., p. 102, 
1.28 

Stafford, Antony, father of James S., 
p. 92, 1. 14 

— James, July 6, 1738 
Staige, Theodosius, Dec. 17, 1715 

— William, father of Theodosius S., 
p. 2, 1. 43 

Standish, David, father of David S., 

p. 11, 1. 45 
July 3, 1717 



Stapylton, Henry, father of Henry S., 

p. 154, 1. 36 

March 20, 1759 

Starkie, James, father of Thomas S., 

p. 176, 1. 6 
*— Thomas, May 29, 1767 
Starky, John, father of John S., p. 72, 

1 32 

— — May 28, 1732 

father of Joseph S., p. 81, 

1. 11 

— Joseph, Sept. 29, 1735 

Stead, Jonathan, father of William S., 
p. 66, 1. 41 

— William, June 4, 1731 
Stearne, Richard, father of Richard S., 

p. 156, 1. 34 

Oct. 12, 1759 

Steed, Thomas, A.B., Pembroke Coll., 

Oxford, June 25, 1736 
Steele, Mr, master of Millom school, 

Cumberland, p. 14, 1. 45 

— William, April 18, 1752 
Steer, Charles, 10 Sept. 1718 

— George, father of George Steer, 
p. 99, 1. 33 

Oct. 13, 1740 

— William, father of Charles S., p. 
16, 1. 21 

— G. (WiUiam?), father of William 
S., p. 61, 1. 7 

— William, June 30, 1729 
Steevens, Stephens, Mr, master of 

Rip(p)on school, p. 70, 1. 34 ; p. 76, 
U. 11, 21, 24, 30; p. 82, 1. 16; p. 86, 
1.11 

— Jonathan, father of Jonathan S., 
p. 66, 1. 44 

June 5, 1731 

Stegals, Steggolds, Mr, private tutor, 

p. 156, 1. 21 ; p. 163, 1. 5 
Steggall, Charles, June 24, 1767 

— William, father of Charles S., p. 
176, 1. 21 

Stephens, Henry, father of William S., 
p. 131, 1. 5 

— Roger, father of Roger S., p. 45, 1. 
35 

May 18, 1725 

— Stevens, William, March 5, 17|f ; 
p. 152, 1. 26 (Mr); p. 157, 1. 23; p. 
159, 1. 20 

Mr, master of Hereford school, 

p. 136, 1. 30 ; p. 139, 1. 19 ; p. 143, 
1.41; p. 151,1. 24 
Stephenson, Mr, master of Rotherham 
school, p. 98, 1. 29 

— Anthony, father of Anthony S., p. 
66, 1. 37 

June 1, 1731 

Steuart, John, father of John Stuart, 

p. 98; 1. 20 
Stevens, Richard, April 17, 1735 



IITDEX. 



237 



Stevens, Thomas, father of Richard S., 

p. 79, 1. 35 
Stevenson, David, father of William 

S.,p. 146,1. 15 

— William, May 20, 1755 

Stiles, Mr, master of Northampton 

school, p. 3, 1. 3; p. 13, 11. 28, 33; 

p. 21, 1. 14; p. 23, 1. 47; p. 38, 

1. 1 
♦Stillingfleet, Fairfax, June 21, 1720; 

p. 41, 1. 5 {*Domimis) 

— John, father of Fairfax S., p. 24, 
1.9 

Stirling, Dr, master of Hemel Hemp- 
stead school, Herts., p. 149, 1. 24 
Stockdale, John, March 15, 172f 
March 21, 173| 

— William, father of John S., p. 51, 

I. 38 

father of John S., p. 89, 1. 24 

Stoddart, John, father of William S., 
p. 86, 1. 41 

— William, May 17, 1737 

Stone, Mr, master of Marlborough 
school, Wilts., p. 84, 1. 27; p. 85, 1. 
36; p. 87, 1. 23; p. 88, 1. 6; p. 93, 

II. 4, 12; p. 105, 1. 32; p. 108, 1. 11; 
p. 110, 1. 31; p. 118, 1. 39; p. 129, 

I. 12; p. 131,1.9; p. 137,1.24 
Stoney, Joseph, April 10, 1746 

— Thomas, father of Joseph S., p. 
118, 1. 29 

Stor, Joseph, father of Joseph S., p. 

44, 1. 11 

March 13, 172| 

Storie, John, A.B., St John's Coll., 

Oxford, March 14, 172|; p. 40, 1. 10 
Story, Dixon, June 30, 1735 

— Robert, father of Dixon S., p. 80, 
1.45 

Stringer, Mr, master of Golne school, 

Essex, p. 128, 1. 11 
Strong, Isaac, father of Thomas S., 

p. 82, 1. 3 

— Thomas, Nov. 4, 1735 
Stroother, Thomas, April 23, 1718 

— WUfrid, p. 13, 1. 43 
Stuart, John, June 26, 1740 
Stubbinge, Godfrey, father of John S., 

p. 32, 1. 38 

— John, May 30, 1722 

Stubbs, Mr, master of Kirby Hill 
school, Richmondshire, Yorkshire, 
p. 81, 1. 27 

♦Stubs, James, March 16, 174f; p. 
134, 11. 27 (Mr Stubbs), 44; p. 138, 

II. 3, 36 

— John, father of James S,, p. 108, 
1.7 

Sturgeon, Mr, master of Cambridge 

school, p. 138, 1. 20 
Stygal, Mr, master of Wiverston school, 

Suffolk, p. 135, 1. 27 



Suger, Nicholas, father of Zachary S., 
p. 76, I. 29 

— Zachary, June 3, 1734 
Summers, Henry, father of John S., 

p. 63, 1. 31 

father of Sparrow S., p. 101, 

1.21 

— John, June 23, 1730; May 18, 
1736 

— Sparrow, May 9, 1741. 
Sumpster, Mr, master of Leeds school, 

p. 83, 1. 15 
Sutcliffe, Jonathan, father of Joseph 
S., p. 33, 1. 23 

— Joseph, June 12, 1722 

— Richard, p. 141, 1. 24 
Suttliffe, Suttcliffe, Mr, master of 

Rochdale school, p. 91, 1. 2 ; p. 101, 
1. 13; p. 109,1.11 
Sutton, Richard, father of Stephen S.. 
p. 12, 1. 31 

— Stephen, Nov. 2, 1717 

Swaile, Swale, Mr., master of Notting- 
ham school, p. 75, L 6; p. 78, 1. 34 
Swain, Thomas, July 1, 1727 

— 'S,' father of Thomas Swain, p. 
54, 1. 23 

Swale, John, father of Richard S., p. 
31, 1. 34 

father of John S., p. 158, 1. 6 

June 5, 1760 

— Richard, March 6, 172^ 
Swallow, Thomas, Sub-Warden of New 

CoU., Oxford, p. 27, 1. 14 
Swift, George, father of George S., p. 
80, 1. 48 

— John, June 30, 1735 

Swire, John, father of Samuel John S., 
p. 23, 1. 29 

— Samuel John, May 27, 1720 
Switzer, Stephen, father of Thomas S., 

p. 104, 1. 6 

— Thomas, Oct. 30, 1741 
*Symond8, Mr, p. 28, 1. 26; p. 31, 1. 25 

— Mr, master of Southwark school, 
Surrey, p. 43, 1. 33 

— John, D.D., father of John S., p. 
123, 1. 14 

July 11, 1747 

father of John S., p. 129, 1. 29 

* June 29, 1749 

Sympson, Hugh, June 30, 1749 

— Thomas, father of Hugh S., p. 
129, 1. 48 

Tailer, John, father of John T., p. 57, 
L 23 
June 24, 1728 

Talbot, Mr, master of Streatham 
school, Surrey, p. 104, 1. 1; p. 117, 
1.30; p. 130,1. 25 

Tanner, Culpepper, father of Culpep- 
per T., p. 163, 1. 30 



238 



INDEX. 



Taylor, John, father of John T., p. 170, 
1. 16 
May 6, 1765 

— Richard, Jan. 24, 174^ 

— Eobert, father of John T., p. 41, 
1. 44 

April 17, 1727 

* June 23, 1727 

— Simon Oliver, June 25, 1760; Nov. 
10, 1761 

— Thomas, father of Clemens T., p. 
61, 1. 13 

fatherofZacharyT.,p. 141,1.4 

— William, father of John T., p. 10, 
1.8 

father of Robert T., p. 52, 1. 16 

father of John T., p. 169, 1. 4 

— Zachary, June 28, 1753 
Teasdale, John, June 5, 1725 

— Marmaduke, father of John T., p. 
46, 1. 15 

father of Marmaduke T., p. 

76, 1. 26 

June 1, 1734 

Tempest, John, father of John and 

William T., p. 56, 1. 19 
April 13, 1728 

— William, April 13, 1728 
Tench, Mr, master of Shrevrsbury 

school, p. 47, 1. 13 
Tennant, Mr, master of Ely school, p. 

45, 1. 39 
*— , Tenant, Calvert, June 28, 1736; 

p. 124, 1. 27 (Mr); p. 129, 1. 20; p. 

144, 1. 9; p. 145, 1. 16; p. 146, 1. 41; 

p. 149, 11. 2, 35; p. 153, 1 26; p. 154, 

1.4 

— Edward, father of Calvert T., p. 
84, 1. 15 

— Francis, March 15, 172^ ; Feb. 7, 
173f 

— John, father of John T., p. 96, 1. 1 
Oct. 30, 1739; June 14, 1740 

— Richard, father of Francis T., p. 
31, 1. 88 

Tetlow, John, Nov. 7, 1715 

— Eobert, father of John T., p. 2, 1. 
39 

Thackeray, Mr, Head-master of Har- 
row, p. 136, 1. 34; p. 142, 1. 14 (Dr); 
p. 148, 1. 19; p. 149, 1. 31 ; p. 150, 1. 
27; p. 152. 1. 14; p. 156,1. 32 

— Frederick, July 1, 1756 

— Thomas, i).D., father of Frederick 
T., p. 149, 1. 30 

Thelwall, Ambrose; see Lewis, Am- 
brose Thelwall 

— ^Eubule, Fellow, afterwards (1725) 
Principal, of Jesus Coll. , Oxford, p. 
29, 1. 19 

1 Elected in April, 1720. See Hist, of St John's, l. 303, 1. 24, and this Register, Part ii. July 7, 1714. 

2 Thelwall is an error. The O.xford Calendar gives an E. T. as Principal of Jesus Coll. in 1621 and 
1725. 



Tanner, Culpepper, Dec. 14, 1762 
*Tatham, Domimis, p. 9, 1. 3 ; p. 10, 1. 
16; p. 14, 1. 33; p. 16,11. 3, 23 

— Mr, master of Beverley school, 
Yorkshire, p. 37, 11. 28, 32; p. 44, 1. 
12 ; p. 45, 1. 42 

— Mr, master of Boxford school, 
Suffolk, p. 21, 1. 3 

— Edmund, father of James T., p. 
21, 1. 1 

— James, July 9, 1719 

— Ralph, father of Ralph T., p. 32, 
1. 12 

April 21, 1722 

— Sandford, Oct. 27, 1740 

— William, father of Sandford T., p. 
100, 1. 15 

Taunton, Mr, master of Totness school, 

Devonshire, p. 99, 1. 41 
Taylerson, Henry, May 21, 1767 
Tayleure, Samuel, June 18, 1765 

— William, father of Samuel T., p. 
170, 1. 35 

♦Taylor, Mr, Senr., p. 56, 11. 15, 21 ; 
p. 58, 1. 38 ; p. 70, 1. 14 ; p. 75, 1. 25 ; 
p. 78, 1. 6; p. 83, 1. 26; p. 90, 1. 24; 
p. 101, 1. 45 (Dr); p. 108, 1. 40; p. 
112, 1. 46 (Dr Tayler); p. 133, 1. 24; 
p. 152, 11. 9, 12; p. 157, 1. 2; p. 
164, 1. 35; p. 168,1. 9 

— Mr, master of Hode school. Kirk- 
ham, Lancashire, p. 18, 1. 28 

— Mr, master of Kellmore school, 
Kirkham, Lancashire, p. 15, 1. 14 

— Mr, master of Kirkham school, p. 
68, 1.24; p. 89, 1. 9 

— Clemens, June 30, 1729 

— Daniel, father of Daniel T., p. 38, 
1. 39 

August 17, 1723 

— Edward, June 24, 1751 

* — Herbert, i ex-Fellow of St John's, 
and father of Herbert T., p. 124, 1. 
32 

March 30, 1748 

father of Edward T., p. 135, 1. 

23 

— John, May 10, 1717 

— — father of John T., p. 27, 1. 44 
June 7, 1721 

* June 9, 1724; p. 79, 1. 26 (Mr 

T., junior) ; p. 94, 11. 26, 41; p. 96, 
1. 33; p. 97, 1. 14; p. 98,1. 11; p. 
100, 1. 13 ; p. 129, 1. 31 

father of Robert T., p. 54, 1. 6 

father of John T., p. 96, 1. 31 

May 1, 1739 

father of Richard T., p. 100, 1. 

30 

July 5, 1764 



INDEX. 



239 



Thetwall ; see Thelwall 

Thickness, Mr, master of St Paul's 
school, London, p. 147, 1. 18; p. 152, 
U. 58; p. 167, 1. 21; p. 175, 1. 22 

Thistlewait, Joseph, father of Joseph 
T., p. 102, 1. 21 
June 8, 1741 

— Robert, father of Robert T., p. 
130, 1. 20 

— — October 11, 1749 

Thomas, David, father of Thomas T., 
p. 75, 1. 1 

— Edward, May 18, 1757 

Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, 

p. 165, 1. 41 

— George, July 8, 1748 

father of George T., p. 126, 1. 

31 

— Hophin, (Hophni ?), father of 
Noah T., p. 92, 1. 22 

— Isaac, father of Edward T,, p. 151, 
1. 15 

— John, father of John T., p. 52, 1. 4 
April 6, 1727 

— Lewis, father of Owen Lewis, p. 
166, 1. 19 

— Noah, July 18, 1738; April 12, 
1744 

— Thomas, Feb. 13, 173f ; May 17, 
1734 

April 3, 1767 

— William, father of William T., 
and master of Leicester school, p. 2, 
1. 8 

October 7, 1716 ; p. 2, 1. 11 

*— Mr, p. 32, 1. 28; p. 35, 1. 1 ; p. 64, 
1. 24 

— Mr, master of Salisbury school, 
p. 94, 1. 10 ; p. 103, 1. 2 

Thomason, Thomasen, Mr, master of 
Tarvin school, Cheshire, p. 47, 1. 26 ; 
p. 114, 1. 14; p. 116, 1. 36 

Thompson, Mr, master of Barnetby 
school, Lincolnshire, p. 28, 1. 34 

— Mr, master of Bumsall school, 
Yorkshire, p. 106, 1. 29 

— Mr, master of Durham school, p. 
47, 1. 1 

— Mr, master of Kelloe school, near 
Durham, p. 14, 1. 21 

— Mr, master of Morland school, 
Westmorland, p. 48, 1. 28 

— Mr, master of Richmond school, 
Yorkshire, p. 3, 1. 43 

— Henry, April 25, 1755 

father of Henry T., p. 146, 1. 4 

— John, father of John T., p. 138, 
1.5. 

May 19, 1752 

— Samuel, father of William T., p. 
57, 1. 25 

— Thomas, father of Thomas T., p. 
125, 1. 42 



•Thompson, Thomas, June 9, 1748 

father of William T., p. 140, 

1.16 

— William, June 27, 1728 

May, 24, 1753; Feb. 1, 1754 

Thornton, Arabella, name of the mother 
of Edmund Crofts, p. 175, 1. 18 

— Mr, master of Horton school, 
Bradford, Yorkshire, p. 97, 1. 18 

— Mr, master of Ludsdown(Luddes-) 
school, Kent, p. 49, 1. 14 

— Sir William, Knight, father of 
William T., p. 65, 1. 26 

— William, March 27, 1731 
Thwaits, James, June 30, 1759 
Thynne, Hon. Henry Frederick, Jan. 

10, 1752 
Tighe, Edward, June 25, 1759 

— G. (WUliam ?), father of William 
T., p. 149, 1. 26 

June 28, 1756 

father of Edward T., p. 156, 1. 1 

Tillotson, Stephen, May 10, 1725 

— Thomas,fatherofStephenT.,p.45, 
1. 29 

Tindall, Mr, master of Chelmsford 

school, p. 88, 1. 31 
Tipton, Edward, father of Edward T., 

p. 70, L 9 

May 25, 1732 

Tod, David, father of Joseph T., p. 

136, 1. 17 

— Joseph, Oct. 11, 1751 

Todd, Abraham, father of John T., p. 
116, 1. 1 

— John, June 21, 1745; p. 116, 1. 4 
Todington, Thomas, father of Thomas 

T., p. 134, 1. 13 
* April 12, 1751; p. 167, 1. 18 

(Mr); p. 175,1. 19 
ToUett, Cooke, June 15, 1716; Jan. 

17M 

— George, father of Cooke T., p. 5, 
1.27 

Tomlin, G. (William ?), father of Wil- 
liam T., p. 52, 1. 26 
May 5, 1727 

Tomlins, WiUiam, A.B. of St Mary's 
Hall, Oxford, July 2, 1747 

Tompson, Carrier, father of Isaac 
Newton C, p. 112, L 33 

— Isaac Newton, May 29, 1744 
Tong, Francis, May 2, 1754 

— John, father of Francis T., p. 142, 
1.37 

— G. (William ?), father of William 
T., p. 107, 1. 30 

Feb. 19, 174| 

Tonge, James, father of John T., p. 73, 
1. 11 

— John, June 20, 1733 

Took, Mr, master of Charterhouse, p. 
69, 1. 5 



240 



INDEX. 



Tooke, Dr, master of Bishop's Stort- 
ford school, Herts., p. 2, 1. 37; p. 7, 
1. 23 ; p. 18, 1. 14 ; p. 21, 1. 34 ; p. 25, 
1.41 

Topham, Benjamin, Jan. 11, 173^ 

— Christopher, father of Benjamin 
T., p. 65, 1. 13 

Topsham, Christopher, father of Mat- 
thew T., p. 41, 1. 3 

— Matthew, April 18, 1724 
Torkington, James, father of James 

and Philip T.. p. 139, 1. 1; p. 141, 
1. 16 
July 13, 1752 

— Philip, Sept. 28, 1753 
Torre, James, June 8, 1741 

— Nicolas, father of James T., p. 
102, 1. 14 

Totton, Stephen, father of Wilham T., 

p. 105, 1. 35 
*— William, June 5, 1742; p. 144, 1. 

13 (Mr) ; p. 146, 1. 23 
Tovey, Bloss, LL.D., Fellow of Merton 

Coll., Oxford, p. 29, 1. 32 
Towers, Mr, master of Kendal school, 

p. 4, 1. 33; p. 22, 1. 34; p. 28, 1. 4; 

p. 37, 1. 41; p. 45, U. 23, 26; p. 50, 

1. 3; p. 53, 1. 46; p. 66, 1. 39; p. 76, 

1.18; p. 96, 1. 13; p. 98, 1. 4 

— Mr, master of Tunbridge school, 
p. 164, 1. 34 

— James,fatherof John T., p. 96,1.11 

— John, Nov. 6, 1739 

Townley, Richard, father of Richard 

T., p. 109, 1. 10 

June 15, 1743 

Townsend, Charles, Viscount, father of 

Hon. George T., p. 100, 1. 38 

— Hon. George, Feb. 21, 174^ 

— Gerrard, father of Gerrard T. , p. 
45, 1. 13 

April 30, 1725 

— Mr, private tutor, p. 57, 1. 6 
Townshend, Thomas, father of Thomas 

T., p. Ill, 1. 44 

May 9, 1744 

Traheme, Mr, master of Hereford 

school, p. 2, 1. 19; p. 4, 1. 6; p. 18, 

1. 21; p. 20, 1. 21; p. 26, 1. 25; p. 

36, 1. 5 ; p. 38, 11. 7, 33 
Trapier, Paul, father of Paul T., p. 

172 1. 33 

March 20, 1766 

Travis, George, April 17, 1761 

— John, father of George T., p. 159, 
1. 44 

Trevor, Roger, father of Roger and 
Thomas T., p. 46, 1. 30 
June 21, 1725 

— Thomas, June 21, 1725 
Trot, Edward, May 22, 1734 

— John, father of Edward T., p. 76, 
1.1 



Trowe, Gilbert, 'Decan. Med.' of Mer- 
ton Coll., Oxford, p. 7, 1. 9; p. 29, 

I. 34 (M.B.) 

Tucker, Francis, father of John Carter 
T., p. 84, 1. 19 

— John Carter, June 28, 1736 
Tufton, Hon. Sackville, Esq., father of 

Thomas T., p. 39, 1. 26 

— Thomas, Jan. 9, 172| 
Tunstall, James, father of James T., 

p. 42, 1. 21 

* June 29, 1724; p. 82, 1. 14 

(Mr) ; p. 89, 11. 38, 42 ; p. 95, 1. 26 ; 
p. 96, 1. 36; p. 98, 1. 35; p. 103, 1. 
12; p. 104, 1. 15; p. 106, 1. 43; p. 
107, 1. 1; p. 110, 11. 6, 15, 22, 29, 32, 
35; p. Ill, 11. 6, 20, 24, 36; p. 112, 

II. 1, 5, 10, 14, 20, 25; p. 113, 11. 13, 

17, 20, 27, 31, 35, 43 (Dr) ; p. 145, 
1.43; p. 146, 11. 2, 6; p. 151,1.36; 
p. 154, 1. 41; p. 156, 1. 36; p. 160, 
1. 1 ; p. 161, 1. 35 

Turner, Mr, master of Colchester 
school, Lancashire, p. 18, 1. 24 

— Mr, master of Gorthrop school, p. 
49, 1. 7 

— Mr, master of Lund school, Lan- 
cashire, p. 18, 1. 24 

— Mr, master of Stamford school, p. 
12, h 1; p. 21; 1.38; p. 38, 1.25 

— Baptist Noel, April 8, 1758 
father of Baptist Noel T., 

p. 153, 1. 1 

— Bernard, father of Henry T., p. 
138, 1. 19 

father of Bernard T., p. 167, 

1.38 
May 14, 1764 

— David, father of David T., p. 25, 
1. 33 

— — Oct. 27, 1720 

— Edward, father of George T., p. 
108, 1. 16 

— Exuperius, Dec. 22, 1742; March 
3, 174| 

— George, March 26, 1743 
*— Hammond, May 17, 1722 

*— Henry, June 18, 1752; p. 167, I. 
40 

— Jonathan, father of Jonathan T., 
p. 52, 1. 10 

April 15, 1727 

— Thomas, father of Thomas T., p. 

18, 1. 16 

May 11, 1719 

father of Thomas T., p. 109, 

1. 42 
June 29, 1743 

— William, father of WilUam T., p. 
90, 1. 28 

May 29, 1738 

father of Exuperius T., p. 107, 

1. 20 



INDEX. 



241 



Turner, William, father of Hammond 

T., p. 32, 1. 25 
Twells, John, Feb. 15, 173| 

— Leonard, father of John T., p. 93, 
1.11 

— Thomas, father of Thomas T., p. 
101, 1. 35 

• May 25, 1741 ; p. 129, 1. 27 

(Mr); p. 147, 1.33; p. 155,1. 36 

Twentyman, Childers, Oct. 19, 1737; 
Nov. 6, 1741 

— John, father of Childers T., p. 88, 
I. 12 

Twyford, Robert, father of William T., 
D. 99 1 22 

'a.B., of Oriel Coll., Oxford, 

May 29, 1760 

— William, Oct. 10, 1740 
Tylden, Bichard, father of Richard 

Osborn T., p. 102, 1. 41 

— Richard Osborn, Jane 24, 1741 
Tyson, Michael, father of Michael T., 

p. 58, 1. 15 

• Oct. 25, 1728; p. 85, 1. 30 (Mr) ; 

p. 153, 1. 3 

Udale, Mr, master of Garsdale school, 

Yorkshire, p. 135, 1. 35 
Underwood, George, A.B., Christ 

Church, Oxford, June 28, 1738 

— John, father of John U., p. 148, 
1. 45 

June 5, 1756; Feb. 7, 1759 

Unett, Richard, father of Thomas U., 
p. 135, 1. 30 

— Thomas, June 28, 1751 
'Unwin, Mr, master of Huntingdon 

school, p. 133, 1. 11 ; p. 135, 11. 17, 

21; p. 146, 1. 45; p. 151, 1. 32; p. 

173, 1. 41 
Upton, Mr, master of Taunton school, 

D. 39 1 39 
Usticke', G. (William ?), father of 

WilUam U., p. 148, 1. 18 

April 2, 1756 

Uvedale, Dr, master of En(t)field 

school, p. 20, 1. 45 

Vades, Abraham, father of Thomas V., 
p. 128, 1. 18 

— Thomas, March 17, 174f 
Yalentia, Francis, Viscount, p. 18, 1. 

34 
Vallate, Peter, father of Peter V., p. 

81, 1. 21 

Oct. 25, 1735 

Vanbrugh, George, father of Robert V., 

p. 124, 1. 25 

— Robert, March 17, 174| 
Vandernan, Fretwell, father of Fret- 

weU v., p. 80, 1. 28 



Vandernan, Fretwell, June 25, 1735 
Vaughan, Arthur, May 25, 1732 

— Evans, Feb. 6, 172| 

— John, father of Richard V., p. Ill, 
L21 

— Richard, father of William V., p. 
51, 1. 28 

2 father of Evans V., p. 55, 

1. 39 
father of Arthur V., p. 70, 1. 

12 
March 31, 174f 

— William, Dec. 22, 1726 

— Mr, master of Ruthin school, 
Denbighshire, p. 65, 1. 4 

Vaux, Thomas, father of Thomas V., 

p. 117, 1. 21 

Jan. 15, 174| 

Veale, Charles, A.B. of Balliol Coll., 

Oxford, May 28, 1725 
Venn, Edward, May 9, 1737 

— Henry, June 21, 1742 

— Richard, father of Edward V., p. 
86, 1. 33 

father of Herury V., p. 106, 

1.7 
Vernon, Edward, Nov. 4, 1741 

— John, father of Edward V., p. 
104, 1. 9 

Vidal, Peter, father of Peter V., p. 21, 

1.17 

Oct. 30, 1719 

Villette, John, June 26, 1765 
Vincent, Nathaniel, President of Clare 

Hall, p. 1, 1. 13 
Vowe, John, May 8, 1717 

— Leonard, father of John V., p. 10, 
1. 3 

Vyner, Eobert, father of Robert V., p. 
89, 1. 36 
April 8, 1738 

Wade, Abraham, father of William 

W., p. 175, 1. 26 
*_ William, April 14, 1767 
Wadeson, Richard, father of Richard 

R., p. 148, 1. 41 

— Richard, May 26, 1756 
Wadsworth, Wadesworth, Mr, master 

of Rishworth school, Yorkshire, p. 
54, L 15; p. 97, 1. 3; p. 99, 1. 27; 
p. 105, 1. 26; p. 113, 1. 12; p. 125, 
1. 1 

— Charles, Nov. 29, 1720 

— Nathaniel, father of Charles W., 
p. 26, 1. 1 

— Richard, father of Richard W., p. 
99, 1. 25 

♦ Oct. 11, 1740 

Wainhouse, Nathaniel, father of Bi- 
chard W,, p. 19, 1. 22 



1 The husband of Cowper's friend. 



* See p. 51, no. 9. 



16 



242 



INDEX. 



Wainhouse, Bichard, June 11, 1719 
Wainman, Bichard, father of Bichard 
and William W., p. 153, 1. 28 
Bichard, Feb. 20, 1759 

— William, Feb. 20, 1759 
Walburge, Bichard, father of Simon 

W., p. 8, 1. 43 

— Simon, March 15, 171f 
Walford, Edwin, father of Edwin W., 

p. 88, 1. 37 

Jan. 9, 173| 

Walker, Dr, master of Charterhouse 
school, p. 6, 1. 37; p. 7, 1. 31; p. 8, 
1. 7; p. 11, 1. 38 (Mr); p. 12,1. 25; 
p. 14, 1. 48; p. 15, 1. 10; p. 18, 
1. 17; p. 19, 11. 38, 42; p. 25, 1. 7; 
p. 26, 1. 45; p. 30, 1. 21; p. 35, 
1. 16; p. 43, 1. 6 (Mr) 

— AUin, father of AlUn W., p. 147, 
1.1 

June 16, 1765 

— Christopher, father of Christopher 
W., p. 28, 1. 38 

June 29, 1721 

— Edmund, father of Edmund W., 
p. 63, 1. 15 

May 28, 1730 

— Edward, A.B. of BalUol Coll., 
Oxford, p. 84, 1. 24 

— James, father of John W., p. 119, 
1. 26 

— John, May 30, 1746 

— Thomas, father of Thomas W., p. 
118, 1. 7 

March 20, 174^ 

♦Waller, Dr, p. 37, 1. 14; p. 52, 1. 30 

— John, May 9, 1727 

— William, father of John W., p. 
52, 1. 29 

Walmsley, John, Begistrar of Trinity 
College, Dublin, p. 14, 11. 35, 42 

Walton, Mr, master of Carlisle school, 
p. 6, 1. 12 

— Bannister, April 9, 1747 

— Henry, father of Bannister W., p. 
121, 1. 36 

— Isaac, father of Isaac W., p. 54, 1. 
14 

June 30, 1727 

— John, father of John W., p. 57, 1. 
36 

July 1, 1728 

Walvyn; see Walwyn 

Walwyn, Walvyn, Mr, master of Maid- 
stone school, p. 27, L 21 ; p. 95, 1. 
34; p. 97,1.44 

Wankford, Bobert, Nov. 9, 1725 

— Shelly, father of Bobert W., p. 
47, 1. 28 

Warburton, Mr, master of Newark 
school, Notts., p. 30, 1. 39; p. 42, 



1. 29; p. 50, 1. 32; p. 54, 1. 7 ; p. 56, 
1. 42 
Warburton, John, father of Thomas 
W., p. 12, 1. 13 

— Thomas, Sept. 28, 1717 
Warcopp, John, father of John W. , p. 

66, 1. 7 

April 9, 1731 

Ward, Mr, master of Beverley school, 
p. 140, 1. 9; p. 147, 1. 14; p. 150, 1. 
17; p. 152, 1. 22; p. 154, 11. 24, 37; 
p. 155, L 2; p. 156, 1. 35; p. 157, 1. 
29; p. 162, 1. 21; p. 164, 1. 16; 
p. 167, 1. 5; p. 169, 1. 23; p. 171, 
1. 30 

— Charles, June 16, 1729 

— Edmund, June 6, 1729 

— John, father of Thomas Watson 
W., p. 78, 1. 13 

Oct. 17, 1760 

— Joseph, father of Edmund W., p. 
60, 1. 25 

— Thomas Watson, July 5, 1734 
father of Thomas W., p. 84, 1. 

11 
June 28, 1736 

— William, father of Charles W., p. 
60, 1. 36 

— John, father of John W., p. 159, 
1. 5 

Waring, Mr, master of Spalding school, 
Lincolnshire, p. 8, 1. 25 

— John, Nov. 10, 1733 

— Joseph, father of John W., p. 74, 
1.27 

— Bichard, father of Bichard W., p. 
66, L 27 

May 4, 1731 

father of Thomas Booses W., 

p. 109, 1. 3 

— Bobert, father of Walter W., p. 
115, 1. 7 

Thomas ^ Booses, June 3, 1743 

— Walter, April 8, 1745 
Warkworth, Lord ; see Percy, Hugh 
Warren, Martin, father of Thomas W., 

p. 13, 1. 39 

— Thomas, April 18, 1718 
Warrington, George, father of George 

W., p. 161, 1. 26 

Nov. 4, 1761 

Washbourne, Bichard, May 16, 1732 

— William, father of Bichard W., p. 
70, 1. 6 

Waterhouse, Henry, father of Bobert 

W., p. 44, 1. 27 
*— Bobert, April 1, 1725 
Waterland, Mr, Tutor of Magdalene 

College, Cambridge, p. 43, 1. 27 
Waterworth, Mr, master of Brigg, or 

Glamford Brigg, school, Lincoln- 



1 See note 1 ; Rooses is probably an error for Root. We find Jolrn Roos W. in Grad. Cant. (ed. 



INDEX. 



243 



shire, p. 43, 1. 23; p. 44, 1, 9; p. 46, 
1. 28; p. 59, 1. 17; p. 63, 1. 18; p. 
68, 11. 9, 31; p. 70, 1. 17; p. 72, 1. 
22 
Watkin, John, father of Joseph W., p. 
165, 1. 41 

— Joseph, June 29, 1763 
Watson, John, father of Eobert W., p. 

82, 1. 15 

— Bobert, Feb. 2, 173^ 

Watts, Giles, father of Giles W., p. 

109, 1. 20 

June 25, 1743 

Weatherhead, Anthony, father of 

Thomas W., p. 73, 1. 30 

— Antony, father of Antony W., p. 
103, 1. 11 

July 4, 1741 

— Thomas, June 13, 1733 
July 1, 1761 

father of Thomas W., p. 160, 

1. 24 
Webb, Nathaniel, father of Thomas 

W., p. 20, 1. 35 
father of Richard W., p. 137, 

1.31 

— Richard, April 11, 1752 

— Thomas, July 4, 1719 
*Webster, James, July 1, 1766 

— Joseph, father of William W., p. 
140, 1. 48 

father of James W., p. 174, 

1. 5 

— Robert, father of William Theo- 
philus Mountjoy W., p. 148, 1. 1 

— Thomas, June 28, 1740 

— William, father of Thomas W., p. 
98, 1. 23 

June 27, 1753 

Theophilus Mountjoy, Feb. 28, 

1756 
Weddell, Richard, father of Thomas 

and William W., p. 139, 1. 36 

— Thomas, May 2, 1753 

— William, May 2, 1753 

Wegg, George, father of Samuel W., 
p. 98, 1. 42 

— Samuel, July 2, 1740 
Weightman, Thomas, father of Wil- 
liam W., p. 67, 1. 9 

— William, June 10, 1731 

Welch, John, father of John W., p. 24, 
1. 5 

June 15, 1720 

Wells, William, father of William W., 
p. 64, 1.23 

July 4, 1730 

Wentworth, Godfrey, father of Godfrey 
W., p. 35, 1. 11 

July 21, 1722 

♦Wenyeve, Edward, Sept. 17, 1716 

— George, father of Edward W., p. 
7, L 26 



Westley, Mr, master of Tiverton school, 

p. 91, 1. 47 
Weston, Mr, master of Denbigh 

school, p. 74, 1. 45 ; p. 75, 1. 3 

— John, father of Samuel Ryder R., 
p. 164, 1. 21 

— Nathaniel, father of William W,, 
p. 56, 1. .38 

— Richard, father of Thomas W., p. 
121, 1. 5 

*— Samuel Ryder, April 12, 1763 

— Thomas, Jan. 14, 174f 

•— William, April 26, 1728; p. 114, 

1. 10 (Mr); p. 136,1. 3 
Weymouth, Thomas, late Viscount, 
father of Thomas Viscount W., and 
Hon. Henry Frederick Thynne, p. 
136, 1. 37 ; p. 137, 1. 2 

Viscount, Jan. 10, 1752 

Whaley, John, Lecturer of King's, p. 

85, 1. 7 
Whalley, John, Master of Peterhouse, 
Cambridge, p. 116, 1. 8; p. 164, 
1.29 

father of John W., p. 107, 1. 

35 

March 5, 174f 

father of Thomas Sedgewick 

W., p. 164, 1. 28 

— Thomas Sedgewick, April 27, 1764 
Wharton, Mr, late master of Sedbergh 

school, p. 24, 1. 19 

— Mr, master of a school in Bar- 
badoes, p. 152, 1. 2 

Wheeldon, John, June 20, 1755 

— William, father of John W., p. 
146, 1, 32 

Wheeler, Mr, master of Wells school, 
Somerset, p. 110, 1. 25 

— John, father of Julines W. , p. 168, 
1.3 

— Julines, May 21, 1764 

Wheler, Sir Trevor, bart., August 26, 
1715 

— Sir William, bart., father of Sir 
Trevor W., p. 1,1. 19 

Whieldon, Ellen, maiden name of the 
mother of Thomas Johnson, p. 175, 
1.4 

Whistler, John, father of Webster W., 
p. 171, 1. 5 

— Webster, June 27, 1765 
Whiston, Thomas, Oct. 25, 1766 
Whitaker, Thomas, father of Thomas 

W., p. 5, 1. 20 

6 June, 1716 

father of William W., p. 131, 

1. 39 

— William, June 11, 1750 
Whitchurch, G. (WilUam?), father of 

Waiiam W., p. 148, 1. 32 

— William, May 20, 1756 
•White, Mr, p. 2, 1. 41 

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244 



INDEX. 



White, Mr, master of Scorton school, 
Yorkshire, p. 165, 1. 44 

— Thomas, A. B., Merton Coll., 
Oxford, p. 91, 1. 37 

— Mr, tutor in the family of Sir 
Koger Jenyns, p. 34, 1. 45 

— Mr, tutor in the family of Sir 
John WilUams, p. 61, 1. 29 ; p. 75, 

II. 17, 21 

— Charles, June 19, 1761 

— John, father of Thomas W., p. 

III, 1. 34 

— Joseph, father of Thomas W., p. 
86, 1. 4 

— Thomas, April 18, 1737 
April 4, 1744 

Whitear, G. (William?), father of 
William W., p. 150, 1. 29 

— William, March 28, 1757 
Whitehead, John, father of Robert W., 

p. 24, 1. 42 

— Robert, June 30, 1720 
Whiting, Mr, master of Spalding 

school, Lincolnshire, p. 100, 1. 5; p. 
Ill, 1. 45 
Whitmore, Bethel William, May 23, 
1729 

— Joseph, father of Bethel William 
W., p. 59, 1. 34 

•iWhitstones, Mr, p. 12, 1. 34 
Whitworth, Henry, Oct. 11, 1740 

— William, father of Henry W., p. 
99, 1. 29 

Wibbersley, Isaac, father of John W., 
p. 80, 1. 4 

— John, May 26, 1735 

Wickins, Edmund, father of John W., 

p. 48, 1. 24 
*— John, March 26, 1726 
Wigglesworth, Henry, father of James 

W., p. 107, 1. 17 

— James, Nov. 18, 1742 
Wiglesworth, Henry, father of Henry 

W., p. 101, 1. 18 

May 4, 1741 

Wightwick, Richard, June 26, 1765 

— William, father of Richard W,, p. 
170, 1. 46 

Wigley, Edward, father of Henry W., 
p. 120, 1. 29 

— Henry, July 8, 1746 

Wild, Mr, master of Braightmote 

school, Lancashire, p. 82, 1. 35 
Wilding, Mr, master of Sherburne 

school, Dorsetshire, p. 35, 1. 22; p. 

65, 1. 44; p. 67, 1. 23; p. 72, 1. 

13 
Wilkes, Thomas, Dean of Trinity 

College, Oxford, p. 69, 1. 17 
Wilkinson, Mr, master of Lowther 

school, Westmorland, p. 61, 1. 34 ; 



p. 87, 1. 27; p. 89, 1. 14; p. 97, 11. 
37,41 
Wilkinson, Mr, master of Skipton in 
Craven school, p. 80, 1. 26 ; p. 118, 

11. 9, 12; p, 128, 1. 5; p. 137, 1. 14 

— James, Sept. 30, 1740 

— John, father of Matthew W., p. 
29, 1. 43 

father of John W., p. 57, 1. 11 

June 7, 1728 

— — father of James W., p. 99, 1. 
13 

— Matthew, July 1, 1721 

— Thomas, father of Thomas W., p. 
48, 1. 18 

March 17, 172| 

•Wilkes, Wilks, Mr, p. 16, 1. 16; p. 17, 

1. 16; p. 21, 1. 27 
Willan, Robert, Jan. 18, 1766 

— Thomas, father of Thomas W., p. 
134, 1. 42 

June 10, 1751 

father of Robert W., p. 172, 1. 

14 
Williams, Edward, A. B. Jesus Coll. 

Oxford, June 30, 1764 

— Ellin (sic), maiden name of mother 
of William Evans, p. 175, 1. 9 

— George, A.B., New Inn Hall, Ox- 
ford, July 1, 1738 

— Griff(ith), father of William W., 
p. 119, 1. 4 

— Hugh, June 17, 1767 

— James, Fellow of Jesus Coll., Ox- 
ford, p. 164, 1. 11 

— Jenkin, father of Thomas W., p. 
152, 1. 7 

— Sir John, knight, father of Richard 
W., p. 61, 1. 29 

June 15, 1730 

April 5, 1734 

— Sir John, knight, father of John 
W., p. 75, 1. 15 

Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, 

p. 165, 1. 40 
father of Owen James W., p. 

169, 1. 9 
father of Richard W., p. 176, 

1. 29 

— Luke, Fellow of Jesus Coll., Ox- 
ford, p. 29, 1. 16 

— Owen James, Sept. 13, 1764 

* — Dominus Philip, p. 10, 1. 35; p. 
20, 1. 46; p. 31, 1. 36 (Mr); p. 33, 

I. 26; p. 40, 1. 25; p. 41, 1. 24; p. 
43, 1. 4; p. 46, 1. 37; p. 48, 11. 38, 
41; p. 51, 11. 24, 30; p. 52, 1. 21; 
p. 55, U. 41, 45; p. 56, 11. 3, 6, 9, 

12, 17, 25, 29, 32, 37, 40, 43 ; p. 57, 

II. 19, 35, 41; p. 58, 11. 9, 20, 23, 
28, 32 ; p. 59, 11. 3, 6, 12, 30, 36, 41; 



1 Whitstons In Grcul. Cant. 



INDEX. 



245 



p. 60, U. 30, 47; p. 61, U. 3, 24 (Dr), 
35 (Mr); p. 62, 11. 3, 6, 10, 13, 19, 
28, 41; p. 63, 11. 1, 5, 8, 11, 21, 27, 
36, 39; p. 64, 11. 1 (Dr), 9, 20, 31, 
38; p. 65, 11. 5, 8, 19, 22, 28, 32, 
45; p. 66, U. 6, 12, 19, 29, 36, 43; 
p. 67, 11. 8, 18, 24, 31, 34; p. 68, 

11, 2, 16, 25; p. 69, 11. 1, 35, 43; 
p. 70, 11. 18, 21, 24, 27, 32, 44, 47; 
p. 71, 11. 3, 19, 23; p. 72, 11. 14, 20, 
28, 37, 40, 43; p. 73, 11. 6, 16, 19, 

24, 36, 39, 43 ; p. 74, 11. 3, 10, 13, 
16, 19, 23, 26, 46 ; p. 75, 11. 3, 26, 
30, 34, 38 ; p. 76, 11. 8, 28, 38, 47 ; 
p. 77, 11. 24, 28, 30, 32, 39, 46; 
p. 78, 11. 22, 32, 40; p. 79, 11. 10, 

12, 19, 23, 26, 33, 38, 42; p. 80, 
11. 3, 7, 13, 16, 20, 30, 36, 38, 44, 
47 ; p. 81, 11. 10, 19, 23, 27, 31, 35 ; 
p. 82, 11. 6, 8, 10, 26; p. 83, 11. 10, 

13, 17, 21, 36, 39, 48; p. 84, 11. 6, 

10, 14, 18, 28 ; p. 85, 11. 20, 23, 26 ; 
p. 86, U. 6, 9, 18, 29, 36, 43 ; p. 87, 

11. 6, 9, 19, 40, 43 ; p. 88, 11. 3, 10, 

14, 23, 31, 35 ; p. 89, 11. 6, 35 ; p. 90, 
11. 5, 11, 21, 27, 37, 40 ; p. 91, 11. 14, 
22, 28, 35, 48 ; p. 92, 11. 13, 16, 19, 

25, 28; p. 93, 11. 2, 8, 13, 24, 27, 
34, 37, 44 ; p. 94, U. 15, 18, 33, 37, 
45 ; p. 95, 11. 6, 9, 13, 35 ; p. 96, 
11. 9, 14, 21, 29 ; p. 97, 11. 7, 12, 23, 
32, 35, 46; p. 98, 11. 1, 8, 25, 38, 41; 
p. 99, 11. 15, 19, 38; p. 100, 11. 6, 9, 

26, 28; p. 104, 1. 17 
Williams, Eichard, August 4, 1729 

June 27, 1767 

— Robert, father of Hugh W., p. 176, 
1.17 

— Thomas, father of Thomas W., 
p. 55, I. 21 

Oct. 7, 1727 

Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford, 

p. 164,1. 13; p. 165,1.39 

Dec. 22, 1757 

father of William W., p. 168, 

1. 29 

— William, father of William W., 
p. 63, 1. 37 

June 25, 1730 

father of John W., p. 63, 1. 25 

July 4, 1730 

July 10, 1741 

May 21, 1746 

father of William W., p. 142, 

1.19 

March 16, 1754 

• June 26, 1764 

— G. (William?) Williams, father of 
William W., p. 103, 1. 24 

— Mr, master of Lowth(e) school, 
Lincolnshire, p. 17, 1. 22 

— Mr, master of Sherbourne school, 
Yorkshire, p. 13, 1. 12 



Williamson, Edmund Thomas, July 

31, 1724 

— Henry, father of Edmund Thomas 
W., p. 43, 1. 1 

— Joseph, father of William W., p. 
115, 1. 10 

— William, April 26, 1745 
Willim, Mr, master of Hereford school, 

p. 86, 11. 5, 8 ; p. 94, 1. 14 ; p. 102, 

1.32; p. 113, 1. 5; p. 118, 1. 45; p. 

122,1.37; p. 127,1. 36 
Willis, Richard, father of Richard W., 

p. 12, 1. 24 

22 October, 1717 

Wilmot, Richard, March 29, 1721 
father of Richard W., p. 78, 

1. 8 

July 5, 1734 

father of William W., p. 95, 

1. 19 

— Robert, father of Richard W., p. 

27, 1. 30 

— William, July 5, 1739 
Wilmott, father of Francis Ballidon 

and Richard W., p. Ill, 1. 3 

— Francis Ballidon, Feb. 19, 174| 

— Richard, Feb. 19, 174| 
Wilsford, Thomas, M.D., father of 

Thomas W., p. 130, 1. 27 

Jan. 17, 17M 

Wilson, Mr, master of Barton school, 
Westmorland, p. 110, 1. 21 

— Mr, master of Heptinstall school, 
Halifax, p. 33, 1. 25 

— Mr, master of Wakefield school, 
p. 73, 1. 28 

— Mr, master of Worcester school, 
p. 6, 1. 34 

— Charles, father of Thomas W., p. 

32, 1. 16 

— Cuthbert, June 28, 1738 

— George, May 8, 1725 

— Henry, March 9, 1752 

— Isaac, father of William W., p. 

28, 1. 1 

father of John W., p. 50, 1. 1 

— James, A.B., Jesus Coll., Oxford, 
June 26, 1740 

— John, father of George W., p. 45, 
1.19 

father of William W., p. 5, 

1. 10 
♦ June 18, 1726 ; p. 82, 1. 35 (Mr) ; 

p. 115, 1. 5 ; p. 125, 1. 40 

Feb. 15, 174f 

May 7, 1759 

father of John W., p. 155, 

1.19 
father of Matthew W., p. 128, 

1. 4 

— Matthew, father of Henry W., p. 
137, 1. 13 

March 16, 174f 



246 



INDEX. 



Wilson, Bobert, father of William W., 

p. 9, 1. 28 
father of Eobert W., p. 140, 

1. 34 
June 4, 1753 

— Boger, father of Cuthbert W., p. 
91, 1. 33 

— Thomas, May 10, 1722 

father of Thomas W., p. 127, 

1.38 

Feb. 27, 174| 

father of William W., p. 155, 

1. 1 

father of John W., p. 121, 

1. 17 
*— William, May 24, 1716 ; p. 36, 
1. 18 (*Dominus); p. 37, 1. 10 

April 29, 1717 

June 12, 1721 

March 31, 1759 

Windsor, Lord, p. 31, 1. 7 
Wingfield, Borlace, father of Borlace 
W., p. 124, 1. 1 

* Jan. 4, 174| ; p. 150, 1. 38 (Mr) ; 

p. 177, 1. 2 

— Hon. Edward, Oct. 3, 1748 

— Hon. John, Oct. 3, 1748 

— Benjamin, April 12, 1728 

father of Benjamin W., p. 56, 

1. 16 

— John, father of Thomas W., p. 80, 
1. 22 

— Jonathan, father of William W., 
p. 48, 1. 42 

— Thomas, June 16, 1735 

— William, April 26, 1726 
Winter, Mr, master of Derby school, 

p. 78, 1. 21; p. 108, 1. 5; p. 118, 
1.19 
Wise, Edward, father of John W., p. 
164, 1. 41 

— Francis, Vice-President of Trinity 
College, Oxford, p. 69, 1. 16 

*— John, May 7, 1763 
Withers, Mr, master of Doncaster 
school, p. 17, 1. 38 

— Mr, master of Eother(h)am school, 
Yorkshire, p. 26, 1. 33; p. 48, 1. 34; 
p. 49, 1. 1 

Wolfe, Nicholas, April 6, 1720; Dec. 
12, 1724 

— Bichard, father of Nicholas W., p. 
22, 1. 23 

Wombwell, George, June 26, 1721 

— William, father of George W., p. 
28, 1. 20 

Wood, Mr, master of Bampton school, 
Devonshire, p. Ill, 11. 27, 30; p. 
133,1.27; p. 142,1.34 

— George, March 30, 1723 
*i— James, Feb. 7, 1767 



Wood, John, father of George W., p. 

36, 1. 32 
(?), father of John W., p. 46, 

1.8 

June 1, 1725 

father of John W., p. 102, 

1. 1 
John, May 27, 1741 

— Nathaniel. Jan 26, 171^ 

— Eobert, father of Bobert W., p. 55, 
1.43 

Feb. 12, 172^ 

— Thomas, A.B., Oxford, June 27, 
1739 

father of William W., p. 116, 

1. 22 

— William, father of Nathaniel W., 
p. 3, 1. 1 

WiUiam, June 29, 1745 

father of William W., p. 167, 

1.16 

* March 16, 1764 

Woodford, John, father of Bichard W., 
p. 21, 1. 12 

— Bichard, Oct. 8, 1719 

— Thomas, father of Thomas W., p. 
105, 1. 13 

April 30, 1742 

Woodhouse, William, father of William 
W., p. 137, 1. 9 

Jan. (Feb. or March ?) 5, 

1752 
Woodroffe, John, Oct. 10, 1722 

— William, father of John W., p. 35, 
1.18 

Woodson, Mr, master of Kingston-on- 
Thames school, Surrey, p. 146, 1. 
36 

WooUey, John, father of Bichard W., 
p. 94, 1. 27 

— Bichard, June 11, 1739 
Woolright, Joseph, father of Thomas 

W., p. 117, 1. 7 

— Thomas, Oct. 24, 1745 
Woolwright, Mr, p. 171, 1. 18 
Worge, John, May 23, 1746 

— Bichard, father of John W., p. 
119, 1. 12 

Worthington, William, July 1, 1730 
*Wotton, Mr, p. 2, 1. 1; p. 4, 1. 26 

— Mr, private tutor in the family of 
T. Boberts, Esq., p. 30, 1. 1 

— Francis, July 9, 1741 

— Mary, maiden name of the mother 
of Bichard Williams, p. 176, 1. 30 

— Thomas, father of Francis W., p. 
103, 1. 21 

Wragg, William, father of William 
W., p. 117, 1. 39 

Feb. 15, 174| 

Wragge, James King, June 30, 1744 



» Not the Master. See Hiit. of St John's, ii. p. 1101, 11. 13 and following. 



INDEX, 



247 



Wragge, William, father of James 

King W., p. 113, 1. 25 
Wren, Mr, master of Durham school, 

p. 15, 1. 17 
Wright, Mr, master of Oakham school, 

p. 3, 1. 20; p. 12, 1. 14; p. 14, 1. 5; 

p. 18, 1. 37; p. 20, 1. 32; p. 27, 

1.37; p. 31,1.20; p. 41,1. 29; p. 42, 

1. 5; p. 49, 1. 36 

— Mr, master of Winwick school, 
Lancashire, p. 49, 1. 4 

— Charles, May 7, 1760 

— Edward, father of Thomas W., p. 
45, 1. 16 

— George, father of Charles W., p. 
157, 1. 38 

— Henry, father of Henry W., p. 89, 
1. 1 

Feb. 14, 173^; Nov. 7, 1739 

— John, March 25, 1719 

father of William W., p. 77, 1. 

14 
June 21, 1742 

— Joseph, father of Thomas W., p. 
75, 1. 41 

father of Joseph W., p. 124, 

1. 21 
March 12, 174| 

— Martin, father of Martin and 
William W., p. 117, 1. 25; p. 131, 
1. 11 

Jan. 17, 174^ 

— Richard, father of John W., p. 17, 
1. 17 

— Eobert, father of John W., p. 106, 
1.10 

— Thomas, M.A., p. 33, 1. 1 
May 1, 1725 

— Thomas, May 22, 1734 

father of Thomas W., p. 107, 

1. 8 
July 31, 1742 

— WiUiam, June 24, 1734 
April 25, 1750 

♦Wrigley, Mr, p. 36, 11. 10, 34; p. 62, 
1. 38 ; p. 65. 11. 1, 12, 16, 25, 36, 39, 
42 ; p. 66, 11. 15, 22, 26, 32, 39, 46; 
p. 67, 11. 2, 11, 14, 21, 28, 40, 43 ; 
p. 68, U. 5, 9, 21, 28, 32, 36, 39 ; p. 
69, 11. 5, 9, 20, 24, 31, 40; p. 70, 11. 

1, 5, 11, 35, 38; p. 71, U. 7, 11, 15, 
27, 40; p. 72, 11. 1, 5, 11, 17, 24, 
31, 34 ; p. 73, 11. 3, 10, 13, 22, 26, 

29, 32 ; p. 74, U. 6, 29, 35, 39, 42 ; 
p. 75, 11. 10, 14, 45 ; p. 76, 11, 4, 12, 
15, 18, 22, 25, 31, 34, 43; p. 77, 11. 

2, 6, 9, 13, 16, 21, 35, 43; p. 78, 11. 
2, 10, 15, 19, 27; p. 79, 11. 1, 6, 15, 
30; p. 80, 11. 10, 24, 27, 33; p, 81, 
11. 2, 6, 13, 16, 39 ; p. 82, 11. 1, 17, 
31, 36, 39, 43; p. 83, 11. 3, 6, 23, 
31, 43; p. 84, 1. 33; p. 85, 11. 16, 

30, 37, 40, 44; p. 86, U. 12, 21, 32, 



40; p. 87, U. 3, 16, 23, 27, 31, 38; 
p. 88, 11. 7, 18; p. 89, 11. 3, 11, 15, 
22, 26, 30, 42; p. 90, U. 2, 14, 17, 
30, 33, 44, 48; p. 91, 11. 3, 6, 11, 18. 
25, 44; p. 92, 11. 3, 10, 36; p. 93, 
11. 5, 10, 17, 20, 40; p. 94, 11. 7, 22, 
29; p. 95, 11. 3, 18, 21, 26, 30, 39; 
p. 96, 11. 3, 18, 26, 43, 46; p. 97, 
11. 3, 18, 26, 28, 38, 41 ; p. 98, 11. 5, 22, 
27, 30, 45; p. 99, 11. 3, 11, 24, 28, 
32, 35; p. 100, 11. 2, 18, 22, 32, 37; 
p. 101, 11. 10, 14, 17, 20, 23, 27, 30, 
34; p. 102, 11. 3, 6, 30, 40, 46; p. 
103, U. 16, 35; p. 104, 11. 11, 21, 
24, 28, 34; p. 105, 11. 1, 5, 12, 15, 
18, 27, 30, 34, 44 ; p. 106, 11. 2, 12, 
16, 19, 23, 31, 34, 38, 40, 46; p. 

107, 11. 7, 13, 19, 22, 32, 34, 37 ; p. 

108, 11. 3, 6, 9, 15, 25, 31, 38, 43; 
p. 109, 11. 12, 22, 25, 34, 41, 44; p. 
110,1. 2; p. 171,1. 11 

Wroughton, William, A.B., Wadham 

Coll., Oxford, April 8, 1736 
Wyatt, Wyat, Mr, master of Felstead 

school, Essex, p. 58, 1. 5; p. 63, 1. 

32; p. 90, 1. 39; p. 101, 1, 22; p. 

115,1.36; p. 116,1.20 
Wyke, Anthony, Jan. 13, 1759 

— William, father of Anthony W., 
p. 154, 1. 18 

Wynd, Mark, father of Robert W., p. 
52, 1. 39 

— Robert, May 22, 1727 
Wynn,John, A.B., Jesus Coll., Oxford, 

June 26, 1740 
Wynne, John, Bishop of St Asaph, 
Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, 
p. 6, 1. 3 

Yale, John, Sept. 27, 1762 

♦ p. 167, 11. 25, 35; p. 168, 1. 

31 (Mr) 

— S., father of John Y., p. 163, 
1. 20 

•Yardley, Mr, p. 30, 1. 29; p. 60, 

1. 32 
Yate, Francis, A.B., Queen's Coll., 

Oxford, March 14, 172|; p. 40, 

1.5 
Yates, Mr, master of Appleby school, 

Westmorland, p. 68, 1. 35; p. 78, 

1. 26; p. 86, 1. 39; p. 87, 1. 31; p. 

88, 1. 27 ; p. 130, 1. 1 

— Mr, master of Penrith school, 
Cumberland, p. 138, 1. 13 

— Joseph, father of Maile Y., p. 71, 
1. 21 

— Maile, Nov. 7,. 1732 

Yonge, Vernon, father of Walter Y., p. 
127, 1. 9 

father of Vernon Y,, p. 138, 

1. 23 

— — June 18, 1752 



248 INDEX. 

Yonge, Walter, Oct. 6, 1748 ; Nov. 21, Young, John, father of John Y., p. 72, 

1750 1. 3 

*Youde, John, Feb. 23, 1763; p. 164, Dec. 14, 1732 

1. 6 Younge, Thomas, father of Thomas 

— Thomas, father of John Y., p. 163, Y., p. 95, 1. 28 

1. 37 Oct. 10, 1739 

Young, Mr, master of Burlington Youngson, Dacre, Dec. 28, 1763 

school, Yorkshire, p. 65, 1. 41 — George, father of Dacre Y., p. 167, 

— Mr, master of Sherbourne school, 1. 4 
Yorkshire, p. 71, 1. 6; p. 73, 1. 2 



ENGLAND, COUNTIES OF. 



Beds, p. 12, 1. 8; p. 14, 1. 21; p. 17, 
1.2; p. 27, 1.41; p. 30, 1.16; p. 47, 
1. 19 ; p. 64, 1. 36 ; p. 65, 1. 17 ; p. 84, 
1. 8;p. 91, 1. 17; p. 95, 1. 12; p. 117, 
1. 21; p. 124,1. 35; p. 126,1. 5; p. 
132, 1. 1; p. 138, 1. 26; p. 147, 1. 28; 
p. 152, 1. 18; p. 157, 1. 42; p. 161, 

I. 43; p. 164, 1. 24; p. 166, 1. 3; 
p. 172, 1. 10; p. 174, 1. 11; p. 175, 

II. 41, 44 

Berks, p. 23, 1. 25; p. 52, 1. 4; p. 56, 

1. 10; p. 62, 11. 17, 23; p. 68, L 19; 

p. 122, 1. 13; p. 148, 1. 2; p. 164, 

1. 41; p. 175, 1. 46 
Buckingbamsbire, Bucks, p. 4. 1. 43; 

p. 8,1. 17; p. 12, 1. 28; p. 25,1. 6; 

p. 26, 1. 10; p. 40, 1. 32 ; p. 52, 1. 29; 

p. 58, 1. 30; p. 95, 11. 5, 8; p. 117, 

1. 18; p. 144, 1. 24; p. 146, 1. 16; 

p. 176, 1. 43 
Cambridgeshire, p. 5, 1. 11; p. 13, 

1. 40; p. 20, 1. 40; p. 24, 1. 46; 

p. 34, 1. 48; p. 35, 1. 18; p. 38, 

L 20; p. 40, 1. 16; p. 41, 1. 14; 

p. 42, 1. 39; p. 43, 1. 2; p. 45, 1. 

20; p. 48, 1. 36; p. 51, 1. 25; p. 

53, 1. 13; p. 55, 11. 21, 29; p. 58, 

I. 27 ; p. 63, 1. 7 ; p. 66, 1. 14 ; p. 69, 

II. 3, 29; p. 70, 11. 22, 36; p. 72, 
1. 18 ; p. 76, 1. 44; p. 77, 1. 22 ; p. 78, 
1. 14 ; p. 79, 1. 18 ; p. 81, 1. 4 ; p. 82, 
1. 4; p. 83, 1. 38; p. 86, 1. 45; p. 90, 
1. 3; p. 94, 1. 20; p. 96, 1. 35; p. 97, 
1. 47; p. 99, 1. 10; p. 101, 1. 3; p. 
116, 1. 32 ; p. 117, 1. 4 ; p. 121, 1. 14 ; 
p. 122, 1. 44; p. 128, 1. 10; p. 129, 

I. 29; p. 137, 1. 10; p. 138, 1. 19; 
p. 142, 1. 2; p. 149, 1. 18; p. 164, 
1.29; p. 167,1.39 

Cheshire, p. 3, 1. 23; p. 6, 1. 23; p. 10, 

II. 26, 47; p. 13, 1. 7 ; p. 14, 11. 8, 
11, 14; p. 20, 1. 28; p. 32,1. 6; p. 35, 
1. 28; p. 36, 1. 13; p. 39, U. 11, 22; 
p. 41, 1. 38; p. 43, 11. 8. 12; p. 44, 
1. 25; p. 45, 1. 13; p. 47, 1. 25; p. 48, 
1. 22; p. 49, 11. 17, 19; p. 55, 1. 36; 
p. 56,11.5, 7, 36; p. 68, 11. 12, 21; 
p. 66, 1. 25; p. 69, 1. 19; p. 87, 1. 18; 
p. 89, 1. 1 ; p. 101, 1. 29; p. 102, 1. 8; 



p. 108, 1. 30; p. 109, 1. 40; p. 112 
1. 17; p. 113, 1. 29; p. 115, 1. 13 
p. 116, 1. 35 ; p. 134, 1. 29 ; p. 136 
1. 29; p. 140, 1. 5; p. 142, 1. 25 
p. 145, 1. 34; p. 150, 1. 20; p. 165 
1.8; p. 168, 1. 30; p. 171, 1. 18 

Cornwall, p. 62, 1. 2; p. 103, 1. 25 
p. 145, 1. 29 ; p. 164, 1. 37 

Cumberland, p. 6, 1. 12; p. 9, I. 29 
p. 14, 1. 44 ; p. 19, 1. 8 ; p. 40, 11. 3 
35; p. 48, 1. 27 ; p. 50, 1. 23; p. 68 
1. 34; p. 70, 1. 3; p. 78, 1. 25; p. 86 
1. 38 ; p. 87, 11. 26, 30; p. 88, 1. 26 
p. 104, 1. 44; p. 110, 1. 20; p. 118 
1. 25; p. 130, 1. 1; p. 135, 1. 9 
p. 136, 1. 17; p. 137, IL 85, 38 
p. 138, 1. 13 

Derbyshire, p. 3, 1. 40; p. 10, 1. 38 
p. 16,1. 6; p. 17, 11. 34, 45; p. 27 

I. 32; p. 32, 11. 39, 43; p. 39, 1. 19 
p. 40, 1. 39; p. 41, 1. 19; p. 42 

II, 12, 26; p. 47, 1. 15; p. 49, 1. 29 
p. 50, 1. 17; p. 52, 11. 14, 35; p. 53 
11, 11, 29, 32, 41; p. 57, 1. 23; p. 59 
1. 19; p. 60, 11. 16, 25, 45; p. 62 
1. 43 ; p. 63, 1. 4 ; p. 64, 1. 27 ; p. 66 
1. 48; p. 67, 11. 7, 13, 30; p. 68 
1. 4; p. 69, 1. 33; p. 72, 1. 26; p. 7.S 
1.21; p. 77,11. 5,7, 15; p. 78, 11. 9 
21; p. 80, 11. 5, 48; p. 81, 1. 37 
p. 82, U. 38, 42; p. 83, 11. 2, 42; p. 88 
1. 8; p. 90, 11. 29, 46; p. 92,1. 15 
p. 94, L 28; p. 95, 1. 20; p. 98, 1. 28 
p. 99, 1. 23; p. 100, 1. 1 ; p. 102 
1. 1; p. 104, 1. 22; p. 105, 1. 3 
p. 107, 1. 21 ; p. 108, 1. 5 ; p. 110 
1. 33; p. Ill, U. 4, 19; p. 113, 1. 18 
p. 118, 1. 19; p. 122, 11. 6, 20, 29 
36; p. 124, 1. 14; p. 127, 1. 46 
p. 129, 1. 1; p. 132, 1. 16; p. 138 
1. 38; p. 141, 1. 1; p. 142, 1. 30 
p. 143, L 32; p. 153, 1. 5; p. 157 
1. 45; p. 165, 1. 5; p. 168, 1. 12 
p. 169, 1. 38 

Devon, p. 6, 1. 5; p. 26, 1. 17; p. 45 
1. 6; p. 46, 11. 4, 11; p. 49, IL 39 
42; p. 51, 1.11; p. 66, 1. 10; p. 84 
1. 20; p. 85, 1. 18; p. 87, 1. 42; p. 91 
1. 47; p. 99, 1. 40; p. 103, 1. 4; p. Ill 



250 



INDEX OF COUNTIES. 



11. 14, 30; p. 116, 1. 22; p. 142, 1. 34; 
p. 143, 1. 29; p. 162, 11. 12, 35; 
p. 163, 1. 33 ; p. 164, 1. 21 
Dorset, p. 8, 1. 5; p. 16, 1. 32; p. 21, 
1. 29; p. 50, 11. 38, 48; p. 65, 1. 43; 
p. 70, 1. 30; p. 72, 1. 12; p. 94, 1.10; 
p. 96, 11. 4, 28; p. 107, 1. 27; p. 115, 

I. 31; p. 117, 1. 43; p. 141, 1. 7; 
p. 143, 1. 22; p. 161, 1. 30; p. 162, 

II. 4, 9; p. 168, 1. 25; p. 173, 1. 47 
Durham, p. 6, 1. 33; p. 15, 1. 17; p. 

18, 1. 10; p. 28, 1.40; p. 24,11. 14, 

39 ; p. 26, 1. 21; p. 27, 1. 35 ; p. 30, 1. 

8; p. 32,11. 12, 31; p. 34,1. 40; p. 

36, 1. 36 ; p. 40, 1. 20 ; p. 52, 1. 16 ; 

p. 53, 1. 17; p. 56, 11. 19, 24, 28; 

p. 60, 1. 34 ; p. 63, 1. 29 ; p. 67, 1. 29 ; 

p. 76, 1. 10; p. 78,1.5; p. 80, 1. 15; 

p. 90, 1. 35; p. 94, 11. 40, 44; p. 97, 

1. 30; p. 98, 11. 7, 10; p. 100, 1. 45; 

p. 102, 1. 11; p. Ill, 1. 41; p. 119, 

1. 11 ; p. 135, 11. 39, 46 ; p. 139, 1. 30 ; 

p. 155, 11. 43, 46; p. 156, 11. 17, 24; 

p. 157,11. 18, 25; p. 165, 1. 25 
Essex, p. 1, 1, 23; p. 6, 1. 36; p. 11, 1. 

37; p. 18, 1. 3; p. 21, 11. 1, 5; p. 40, 

1. 26; p. 47, 11. 29, 34; p. 55, 1. 12; 

p. 56, 1. 34; p. 58, 1. 4; p. 59, 1. 38; 

p. 63, 1. 32; p. 65, 1. 35 ; p. 68, 1. 37; 

p. 72, I. 30; p. 77, 1. 44; p. 78, 1. 1; 

p. 82, 1. 12; p. 88, 11. 30, 37; p. 90, 

1. 8; p. 92, 1. 27; p. 93, 1. 23; p. 95, 

1. 25; p. 98, 11. 39, 43; p. 101, 1. 22; 

p. 105, 1. 10; p. Ill, 1. 22; p. 116, 1. 

19 ; p. 122, 1. 17; p. 131, 1. 5; p. 139, 

1. 5; p. 140, 1. 41; p. 142, 1. 12; p. 

143,11. 6, 9; p. 147, 1.5; p. 149, 1. 

31; p. 150, 1. 26; p. 152, 1. 25; p. 

157, 1. 22; p. 162, 1. 1; p. 167, 1. 20; 

p. 168, 1. 8; p. 170,1. 28 
Gloucestershire, p. 108, 1. 34; p. 110, 

1. 17; p. 117, 1. 8; p. 126, 1, 19; 

p. 144, 1. 81 ; p. 163, 1. 25 
Hampshire, Hants, p. 8, 1. 28; p. 20, 

I. 36; p. 28, 1, 14; p. 35, 1. 31; 
p. 46, 1. 45; p. 50, 1. 35; p. 58, 

II. 24, 33; p. 60, 1. 42; p. 93, 1. 12; 
p. 129,1. 15; p. 150, 1.30 

Hants, see Hampshire 

Herefordshire, p. 2, 1. 19; p. 4, 1. 6; 
p. 18, 1. 20 ; p. 26, 1. 24 ; p. 28, 1. 6 ; 
p. 38, 1. 7; p. 56,1. 1; p. 66,1. 27; 
p. 71, 1. 17 ; p. 72, 1. 42; p. 86, 11. 5, 
8; p. 94, 1. 13; p. 102, 1. 31 ; p. 109, 
1. 4; p. 118, 1. 44; p. 127, 1. 35; 
p. 139, 1. 19; p. 142, 1. 40; p. 151, 

I. 23; p. 168,1. 21 
Hertfordshire, Herts, Hertford, p. 11, 

II. 4, 29; p. 21, 1. 32; p. 27, 1. 16; p. 
59, 1. 22 ; p. 60, 1. 12 ; p. 61, 1. 36 ; p. 
80, 1. 12; p. 98, 1.36; p. 107, 1. 9; 
p. 128, 1. 31; p. 142, 1. 17; p. 178, 
1.23 



Hunts, p. 8, 1. 36 ; p. 15, 1. 9 ; p. 24, 

1. 22; p. 76, 1.2; p. 77, 1. 38; p. 94, 

1. 32; p. 98, 1. 24; p. 109, 1. 14; 

p. 112, 1. 34; p. 113, 1. 41; p. 118, 

1. 15; p. 183, 1. 10; p. 135, 11. 15, 

20 ; p. 139, 1. 1 ; p. 141, 1. 16 ; p. 146, 

1.43; p. 151,1. 31: p. 174,1. 15 
Kent, p. 2, 1. 29; p. 6, 1. 20; p. 9, 11. 48, 

46; p. 12, 1. 36; p. 18, 1. 1; p. 18, 1. 

6; p. 21, 1. 9; p. 25. 1. 83; p. 27, 1. 

37; p. 33, 1. 28; p. 86, 11. 2, 24; p. 

88, 1. 3; p. 39, 1. 15; p. 41, 1. 32; 

p. 46, 1. 21; p 50, 1. 6; p. 52, 1. 82; 

p. 54, 11. 29, 36; p. 55, 1. 1; p. 62, 1. 

14 ; p. 63, 1. 40 ; p. 67, 1. 26 ; p. 71, 1. 

1 ; p. 72, 1. 3 ; p. 73, 1. 11 ; p. 79, 1. 11 ; 

p. 82, 1. 25; p. 83, 1. 12; p. 87, 1. 1; 

p. 90, 1. 19; p. 91, 1. 40; p. 96,1. 31; 

p. 97, 1. 44; p. 99, 1. 86; p. 101, 

I. 24; p. 102, 1. 42; p. 108, 1. 14; 
p. 104, 1. 40 ; p. 106, 1. 17 ; p. 108, 

II. 20, 26; p. 109, 1. 17; p. 114, 
11. 29, 39; p. 115, 1. 26; p. 116, 
11. 25, 28; p. 122, 1. 25; p. 128, 

I. 18; p. 124, 1. 83; p. 125, 1. 80; 
p. 180, 1. 8; p. 132, 1. 9; p. 133, 

II. 87, 41; p. 134, 11. 7, 10; p. 135, 
1. 23; p. 186, 11. 1, 5, 21; p. 137, 
1. 6; p. 141, 11. 12, 27; p. 145, 11. 
41, 45; p. 146, 11. 4, 19; p. 147, 

I. 25; p. 149, 1. 7; p. 150, 1. 40; p. 
151, 11. 27, 35, 48; p. 161, 11. 9, 12; 
p. 164, 1. 83; p. 176, 1. 25; p. 177, 

II. 19, 23 

Lancashire, p. 3, 1. 7; p. 4, 11. 2, 9; 
p. 6, 1. 9; p. 7,1. 11; p. 9, 11.2, 6; 
p. 10, 11. 15, 44; p. 18, 11. 28, 36; 
p. 14, 1. 32; p. 15, 11. 18, 22; p. 16, 
1. 1; p. 17, 11. 10, 25; p. 18, 11. 28, 
27; p. 22, 11. 20, 28, 82; p. 23, 1. 2; 
p. 26, 1. 14; p. 28, 1. 2; p. 31, 
1. 27; p. 87, 1. 3; p. 38, 1. 86; p. 39, 

I. 45; p. 41, 1. 45; p. 44, 1. 21; 
p. 45, 11. 17, 28; p. 49,1. 3; p. 50, 

II. 2, 26; p. 51, 1. 39; p. 53,1. 45; 
p. 55,1. 18; p. 57, 1. 5; p. 59,1, 7; 
p. 61, 1. 14; p. 62, 11. 86, 39; p. 67, 
1. 38; p. 68, 1. 24; p. 71, 11. 8, 21, 
25; p. 72, 1. 32; p. 76, 1. 6; p. 77, 
1. 41; p. 78, I. 42; p. 79,11. 7, 21; 
p. 81, 1. 12; p. 82, 11. 29, 33; p. 83, 

I. 29; p. 84, 1. 32; p. 86, 1. 20; 
p. 87, 1. 37; p. 88, 1. 17; p. 89, 

II. 8, 13, 29; p. 91, 11. 2, 5; p. 98, 
11. 15, 42; p. 94. 11. 6, 48; p. 96, 
11. 12, 24, 42; p. 97, I. 40; p. 99, 
1.2; p. 100, 11. 16,31; p. 101,11. 7, 
19, 32; p. 105, 1. 17; p. 108, 1. 23; 
p. 109, 11. 10, 23; p. 112, 11. 4, 8; 
p. 115, 1. 3; p. 117, 1. 13; p. 120, 
11. 2, 39 ; p. 121, 11. 30, 36, 40 ; p. 124, 
11. 18, 22; p. 125, 11. 4, 38; p. 131, 11. 
36, 40; p. 138, 1. 34; p. 144, 1. 17; 



INDEX OF COUNTIES. 



251 



p. 146, 1. 28; p. 148, 11. 11, 28 
p. 149, 1. 34; p. 150, 1. 4; p. 152 

I. 29 ; p. 153, 1. 9 ; p. 155, 1. 25 ; p. 161 
11. 16, 27 ; p. 162, 1. 45 ; p. 163, 1. 14 
p. 167, 1. 8; p. 169, 1. 5; p. 171 

II. 9, 38; p. 173, 1. 7; p. 174, 11. 6 
42; p. 176, 1. 7 

Leicestershire, p. 2, 1. 9 ; p. 10, 1. 3 ; p 
20, 1. 31 ; p. 26, 1. 36 ; p. 30, 1. 11 ; p 
37, 1. 16; p. 48, 1. 39 ; p. 49, 11. 7, 36 
p. 64, 1. 23; p. 65, 1. 24; p. 71, 1. 14 
p. 72, 1. 16; p. 76, 1. 13; p. 78, 1. 18 
p. 105, 1. 14; p. 108, 1. 17; p. 113, 1 
25; p. 115, 11. 19, 46; p. 116, 1. 15 
p. 117, 1. 39; p. 119, 1. 43; p. 120 
11. 5, 29; p. 125, 1. 17; p. 128. 1. 39 
p. 134, 1. 14; p. 140, 1. 1; p. 144 
1. 1; p. 149, 1. 14; p. 155, 1. 32 
p. 162, 1. 28; p. 165, 1. 19; p. 169 
1. 1 ; p. 170, 1. 25 

Lincolnshire, p. 8, 1. 25 ; p. 10, 11. 22 
41; p. 11, 1. 48; p. 14, 1. 4; p. 17 

I. 18; p. 21, 1, 37; p. 24, 1. 10; p. 25 

II. 2, 23; p. 28, 1. 33; p. 30,1. 34 
p. 42, 1. 4; p. 43,1. 35; p. 44,1. 8 
p. 45, 1. 35; p. 47, 11. 9, 22; p. 50 
11. 30, 42; p. 52, 1. 7; p. 53, 1. 7 
p. 59, U. 1, 17; p. 61, 1. 1; p. 63 
1. 12; p. 68, 1. 31; p. 70, 1. 16; p. 72 
1. 22; p. 79, 1. 36; p. 80, 11. 2,46 
p. 86, 1. 31; p. 88, 1. 34; p. 92, 1. 18 
p. 97, 1. 10; p. 100, 1. 4; p. 103 
1. 9; p. 106, 11. 22, 42, 48; p. 108 
1. 45; p. 109, 1. 26; p. Ill, 1. 45 
p. 112, 1. 37; p. 115, 11. 39, 43 
p. 123, 1. 10; p. 125, 1. 27; p. 126 
1. 22; p. 133, 1. 1; p. 134, 1. 33 
p. 139, 1. 15; p. 142,1. 44; p. 151 
1. 19; p. 155, 1. 38; p. 163, I. 27 
p. 164, 1. 15; p. 169, 1. 23; p. 170 

I. 32; p. 171, 1. 26; p. 173, 11. 15 
35; p. 174, 1.25 

Middlesex, p. 2, 11. 22, 43; p. 3, 1. 12 
p. 5, 11. 6, 27, 35; p. 6. 1. 39; p. 7 

II. 22, 31, n. 1; p. 10,1. 29; p. 11 
11. 10, 22; p. 13, 1. 5; p. 16, 1.28 
p. 18, 1. 17; p. 19, U. 16, 37; p. 20 

I. 44; p. 21, 1. 18; p. 22, 1. 40; p. 25 

II. 13, 29, 40; p. 26, 1. 6; p. 28, 1. 29 
p. 29, 1. 36; p. 30, U. 24, 28, 32; p 
31, U. 3, 15; p. 32, 1. 35; p. 34, 1. 43 
p. 35, 11. 4, 7; p. 37, 1. 20; p. 39, 11 
1, 8, 31 ; p. 40, 1. 24 ; p. 41, 1. 7 ; p. 42 
1. 32; p. 43, 1. 5; p. 45, 1. 26; p. 49 
1. 13 ; p. 51, 11. 4, 16, 32 ; p. 54, 1. 21 
p. 55, U. 4, 15; p. 57, 1. 30; p. 58 

I. 1; p. 59, 1. 4; p. 62, U. 4, 8,30 
p. 63, 1. 26; p. 65, 1. 20; p. 68 
1.41; p. 70,1.7; p. 71,1. 2; p. 74 

II. 11, 14, 18; p. 81, 11. 8, 15, 26 
p. 83, 1. 25; p. 85, 11. 14, 21; p. 86 
1. 33; p. 89, 1. 36; p. 90, 1. 39 
p. 92, 1. 30; p. 94, 11. 24, 36; p. 96, 



11. 8, 20; p. 97, 1. 34; p. 100, 11. 12, 
24; p. 101, 1. 12; p. 102, 1. 35; 
p. 103, 1. 18; p. 104, 11. 3, 29, 36; 
p. 105, 1. 36; p. 109, 1. 29; p. 110, 
1. 37 ; p. 113, 1. 8 ; p. 114, 11. 5, 
26; p. 115, 1. 15; p. 116, 1. 41; 
p. 117, 1. 26; p. 119, 11. 9, 23; 
p. 120, 11. 6, 22, 24, 27; p. 122, 
1. 10; p. 123, 11. 22, 29, 32, 36; 
p. 124, 1. 26; p. 125, 1. 9; p. 126, 
1. 34; p. 127, 11. 18, 32, 42; p. 128, 

I. 35; p. 129, 11. 8, 18, 41, 44; 
p. 130, 1. 31; p. 131, 1. 12; p. 133, 

II. 5, 14; p. 135, 1. 43; p. 136, 
11. 14, 37; p. 137, U. 2, 16, 31; p. 
139, 1. 12; p. 140, 1. 45; p. 141, 
11. 4, 32, 39; p. 143, 1. 35; p. 145, 
1. 26; p. 146, 11. 12, 21 ; p. 147, 1. 18; 
p. 148, 1. 19; p. 149, 1. 5; p. 152, 
11. 4, 11, 14, 37; p. 153, 1. 32; p. 154, 
11. 7, 9; p. 155, 11. 13, 16; p. 156, 

I. 31 ; p. 161, 1. 41 ; p. 168, 11. 16, 
38; p. 170, 1. 3; p. 171, 1. 3; p. 172, 
IL 19, 23, 30; p. 173, 1. 40; p. 174, 

II. 29, 32; p. 175, 11. 14, 22, 34; 
p. 176, 11. 14, 34 ; p. 177, II. 17, 23 

Norfolk, p. 3, 1. 4; p. 8, I. 21; 
p. 9, 1. 9; p. 26, 1. 2; p. 32, 
1. 26; p. 35, 1. 25; p. 37, 1. 24; 
p. 61, 1. 17; p. 70, 1. 19; p. 83, 
1. 46; p. 94, 1. 2; p. 113, 1. 36; 
p. 120, 11. 17, 22; p. 132, 11. 13, 34, 
41; p. 135, 1. 27; p. 149, 11. 10, 22; 
p. 156, 1. 20; p. 162, 1. 16; p. 164, 
1. 45 ; p. 172, 1. 40 ; p. 174, 1. 1 

Northamptonshire, Northants, p. 1, 1.6 ; 
p. 3, 1. 1; p. 9, 1. 22; p. 11, 11. 18, 45; 
p. 12, 1. 24; p. 13, U. 27, 32; p. 16, 
1. 26; p. 21, 1. 12; p. 22, 1. 15; 
p. 23, 1. 46; p. 37, 1. 48 ; p. 39, 1. 26 ; 
p. 47, 1. 37; p. 51, 1. 13; p. 59, 

I. 25; p. 62, 1. 26; p. 77, 1. 26; p. 88, 

II. 2, 20; p. 91, 1. 42; p. 93, 1. 35; 
p. 107, 1. 5; p. 118, 1. 21; p. 122, 
1. 2; p. 125, 1. 35; p. 128, 1. 15; 
p. 141, 11. 12, 19; p. 142, 1. 48; 
p. 148, 1. 46; p. 153, 1. 37; p. 157, 
1. 39; p. 163, 1. 9 

Northants; see Northamptonshire 
Northumberland, p. 5, 1. 14; p. 7, 

1. 19; p. 19, 1. 41; p. 33, 1. 37; 

p. 47, 1. 1; p. 49, 1. 10; p. 55, 1. 25; 

p. 60, U. 36, 39 ; p. 63, U. 19, 22 ; 

p. 66, 1. 4; p. 69, 11. 41,45; p. 73, 

1. 17; p. 86, 1. 42; p. 91, 1. 34; 

p. 103, 1. 30; p. 112, 1. 27; p. 131, 

1. 25; p. 132, 1. 4; p. 134; 1. 40; 

p. 137, 1. 28; p. 138, 1. 6; p. 147, 

1. 22; p. 154, 1. 12; p. 157, 1. 35; 

p. 169, 1. 13 
Notts, p. 1, 1. 16; p. 3, 1. 33; p. 7, 1. 16; 

p. 16, 1. 19; p. 19, 1. 34 ; p. 23, 1. 20; 

p. 24, 1. 6; p. 25, 1. 10; p. 30, 1. 38; 



252 



INDEX OF COUNTIES. 



p. 32, 1. 17; p. 33, 1. 33; p. 37, 1. 44; 

■ p. 42, 1. 29; p. 44, 1. 45; p. 47,1. 32; 
p. 49, 1. 27; p. 60, 1. 9; p. 52, 1. 23 ; 
p. 64, 1.6; p. 56, 1.41; p. 59, 1. 10; 
p. 60, 1. 23; p. 64, 1. 5; p. 66, 
11. 1, 34; p. 73, 1. 5; p. 78, 1. 34; 
p. 80, 11. 8, 29; p. 83, 1. 7 ; p. 85, 
1. 43; p. 89, 1. 32; p. 90, 11. 15, 47; 
p. 101, 1. 36; p. 110, 1. 1; p. 116, 
1. 11; p. 119, 1. 16; p. 124, 1. 39; 
p. 132, 1. 28; p. 134, 1. 3; p. 147, 
1. 31; p. 166, 1. 27; p. 167, 1. 17; 
p. 169, 1. 30; p. 174, 1. 36; p. 175, 
1.18 

Oxfordshire, p. 131, 1. 8; p. 171, 1. 6; 
p. 172, 1. 7 

Eutlandshire, p. 12, 1. 13 ; p. 18, 1. 36 ; 
p. 29, 1. 48; p. 31, 1. 19; p. 34, 
1. 36; p. 38, U. 24, 28; p. 39, 1. 35; 
p. 41, 1. 29 ; p. 48, 1. 6 ; p. 54, 1. 39; 
p. 56, 1. 38; p. 66, 1. 21; p. 80, 
1. 23; p. 95, 1. 17; p. 101, 1. 36; 
p. 103, 1. 22; p. 122, 1. 41; p. 129, 
1. 22; p. 153, 11. 1, 15; p. 155, 1. 19; 
p. 163, 1. 30; p. 171, 1. 41; p. 176, 
1. 30 

Salop, Shropshire, p. 5, 1. 26 ; p. 6, 
1. 29; p. 8, 1. 10; p. 19, 11. 20, 27, 
30; p. 26, 1. 43; p. 27, 1. 44; p. 28, 
1. 11; p. 40, 1. 29; p. 41, 1. 41; 
p. 42, 11. 16, 18; p. 45, L 9; p. 47, 
1. 12; p. 48, 1. 4; p. 55, 1. 44; 
p. 56, 1. 16; p. 57, 1. 20; p. 58, 

I. 36; p. 63, 11. 37, 38; p. 64, 1. 33 ; 
p. 69, 1. 23; p. 70, 11. 10, 13; p. 73, 

II. 15,41; p. 80,1.31; p. 93,1. 32; 
p. 99, 1. 18; p. 106, 11. 25, 44; p. 112, 
1. 44; p. 114, 1. 1; p. 115, 1. 7; 
p. 119, 11. 30, 34, 38; p. 124, 1. 1; 
p. 128, 1. 42: p. 131, 1. 2; p. 134, 
1. 20; p. 138, 1. 9; p. 139, 1. 22; 
p. 147, 1. 34; p. 150, 1. 33; p. 153, 
1. 41; p. 156, 1. 8; p. 166, 1. 24; 
p. 169, 1. 16; p. 170, 1. 21; p. 171, 
1.21; p. 173, 1.44; p. 177, 1. 1 

Somerset, p. 30, 1. 41; p. 35, 1. 21; 
p. 39, 1. 39; p. 43, 1. 15; p. 56, 
1. 13; p. 67, 1. 23; p. 73, 1. 38; 
p. 110, 1. 25; p. Ill, 1. 26; p. 113, 
1. 22; p. 124, U. 7, 10; p. 129, 1. 26; 
p. 133, 1. 26 ; p. 136, 1. 33 ; p. 146, 
1. 47; p. 148, 1. 33; p. 162, 1. 48; 
p. 163, 1. 17 

Staffordshire, p. 3, 1. 30; p. 5, 1. 21; 
p. 16, 1. 15; p. 17, 1. 14; p. 18, 
1.48; p. 21,1. 25; p. 42, 1. 35; p. 44, 
1. 2; p. 46, 1. 36; p. 67, 11. 34, 40; 
p. 60, 1. 29; p. 62, 1. 33; p. 66, 1. 4; 
p. 90, 1. 25 ; p. 104, 1. 9 ; p. 105, 
1. 32 ; p. 113, 1. 1 ; p. 127, 1. 9 ; p. 128, 
1. 27; p. 129, 1. 34; p. 131, 1. 19; 
p. 133, 1. 19; p. 134, 1. 17; p. 135, 
1. 31; p. 138, 1. 23; p. 139, 1. 26; 



p. 143, 11. 25, 45; p. 146, 1. 33; 
p. 151, 1. 41; p. 154, 1. 15; p. 155, 
1. 35; p. 165, 1. 47 ; p. 175, 11. 4, 30 
Suffolk, p. 4, 1. 13; p. 8, 1. 33; p. 9, 
1. 36; p. 10, 1. 19; p. 15, U. 1, 6; 
p. 18, 1. 13; p. 31, 1. 24; p. 42, 11. 
7, 31 ; p. 47, 1. 40; p. 48, 1. 30; p. 49, 
1.23; p. 51,1.20; p. 62, 1. 1; p. 66, 
1. 45; p. 57, 11. 2, 18; p. 58,1. 39; 
p. 64, 1. 1; p. 72, 1. 7; p. 79, 
1. 32; p. 80, 1. 34; p. 83, 1. 9; p. 
92, 1. 2; p. 104, 1. 32; p. 106, 1. 4; 
p. 110, 11. 4, 10, 13; p. Ill, 1. 34; 
p. 117,1. 34; p. 122,1. 33; p. 123, 
1. 14; p. 125, 1. 47; p. 126, 1. 2; 
p. 130, 1. 4; p. 131, 1. 32; p. 143, 

I. 11; p. 149, 1. 40; p. 153, 1. 22; 
p. 162, 1. 38; p. 163, 1. 4; p. 176, 

II. 21, 27 

Surrey, p. 11, 1. 14; p. 12, 1. 21; 
p. 20, 1. 24; p. 32, 1. 9; p. 40, 1. 13 ; 
p. 42, 1. 31 ; p. 43, 1. 33 ; p. 45, 1. 41 ; 
p. 85, 1. 25 ; p. 90, 1. 13 ; p. 93, 1. 25 ; 
p. 102, 1. 25; p. 106, 1. 7; p. 119, 
1. 46; p. 125, 1. 24; p. 126, 1. 8; 
p. 130, 1. 24; p. 137, 1. 46; p. 139, 
1. 9; p. 145, 1. 5; p. 146, 1. 35; 
p. 148, 1. 21 ; p. 157, 1. 32 

Sussex, p. 6, 1. 41; p. 9, 1. 25; p. 22, 
1. 18; p. 27, 1. 20; p. 66, 1. 45; 
p. 79, 1. 29 ; p. 80, 11. 40, 43 ; p. 84, 
1. 4; p. 87, 11. 5, 8; p. 90, 1. 32; 
p. 95, 1. 33; p. 98, 1. 20; p. 100, 
1. 8; p. 102, 1. 39; p. 107, 1. 14; 
p. 109, 1. 21; p. 112, 1. 42; p. 117, 
1. 29; p. 118, 1. 3; p. 119, 1. 18; 
p. 125, 1. 13; p. 135, 1. 13; p. 138, 
1. 41; p. 140, 1. 31; p. 152, 1. 41; 
p. 170, 1. 44 

Warwickshire, p. 3, 1. 16; p. 30, 1. 20; 
p. 69, 1. 7; p. 76, 1. 33; p. 91, 1. 24; 
p. 101,1. 43; p. 109, 1. 36; p. 115, 
1. 23; p. 120, 1. 32; p. 140, 1. 34; 
p. 151, 1. 11 

Westmorland, p. 4, 1. 32; p. 9, 1. 40; 
p. 34, 1. 31; p. 37, 1. 40; p. 38, 
1. 10; p. 48, 1. 24; p. 57, 1. 36; 
p. 58, 1. 15 ; p. 61, 1. 34; p. 66, 
1. 38 ; p. 76, 1. 17 ; p. 94, 1, 17 ; 
p. 97, 1. 37; p. 98, 11. 4, 33; p. 108, 
1. 42; p. 120, 1. 10; p. 121, 1. 18; 
p. 127, 1. 38; p. 130, 1. 16; p. 136, 
1. 10; p. 140, 1. 38; p. 144, 1. 5; 
p. 146, 1. 40; p. 148, 1. 42; p. 156, 

I. 14; p. 161, 1. 4; p. 165, 1. 16; 
p. 166, 1. 8; p. 172, 1. 4 ; p. 173, 

II. 11, 31; p. 176, 1.40 
Wiltshire, p. 6, 1. 44; p. 13, 1. 18; 

p. 34, 1. 7; p. 35, 1. 15; p. 36,1. 9; 
p. 48, 1. 15; p. 53, 1. 35; p. 60, 1. 9; 
p. 61, 1. 23; p. 63, 1. 35; p. 64, 1. 30; 
p. 65, 1. 6; p. 70, 1. 39; p. 84, 1. 27; 
p. 85, 1. 36; p. 86, 1. 2; p. 87, 1. 22; 



INDEX OF COUNTIES. 



253 



p. 88, 1.6; p. 93,1. 4; p. 98, 1. 15 
p. 103, 1. 1; p. 104, 11. 6, 26; p. 105 
1. 39; p. 108, 1. 11; p. 110, 1. 30 
p. Ill, 1. 9; p. 118, L 38; p. 120 
1. 36; p. 129, 11. 12, 37; p. 131, 1. 16 
p. 137, 1. 24; p. 145, 1. 1; p. 148, 
1. 7; p. 167, 1. 42; p. 168, 1. 3 
p. 170, 1. 47; p. 171, 1. 13; p. 173 
1. 27 

Worcestershire, p. 31, 1. 8; p. 53 
1.38; p. 78, 1.80; p. 80, 1. 18 

Yorks, Yorkshire, p. 1, 1. 1; p. 2, 1. 40 
p. 3, U. 27, 36, 42 ; p. 4, U. 16, 20 
25, 28, 36, 40; p. 5, 11. 2, 31; p. 6 

I. 16; p. 8, 1. 13 (Yorks); p. 9, 11. 14, 
18, 32; p. 10, 11. 8, 12; p. 11, 11. 26 
33; p. 12, 1. 32; p. 13, 11. 10, 44 
p. 14, 11. 24, 47; p. 16, 1. 22; p. 17 

II. 31, 38; p. 18, U. 40, 44; p. 19 
11. 4, 12, 23; p. 21, 11. 22, 41; p. 22 
11. 4, 23, 36, 40, 44; p. 23, 11. 3, 6 
9, 29, 32, 36, 42; p. 24, 11. 1, 18, 43 
p. 25, 11. 18, 36; p. 26, 11. 28, 31 
39; p. 27, U. 23, 27 ; p. 28, 11. 21, 25 
39; p. 29, 11. 40, 44; p. 30, 1. 4 
p. 31, 11. 11, 30, 35, 39, 43; p. 32 
U. 2, 21; p. 33, IL 4, 9, 19, 24 
p. 35, 1. 12; p. 36, 11. 17, 30, 33 
40; p. 37, U. 1, 9, 12, 28, 32, 36 
p. 38, U. 13, 16; p. 40, 1. 44; p. 41 
11. 4, 16, 26, 36; p. 42, U. 1, 9 
p. 43, 11. 21, 29, 39; p. 44, 11. 6 
11, 18, 28, 31, 37, 42 ; p. 45, 11. 1 
3, 30, 33, 38, 47; p. 46, 11. 1, 8 
15, 19, 24, 27, 40; p. 47, 1. 3 
p. 48, 11. 10, 19, 33, 43; p. 50, 1. 13 
p. 51, 1. 36; p. 52, 11. 10, 27, 43 
p. 53, 11. 4, 17, 20,23; p. 54,11.4 
14, 23, 27; p. 55, 11. 8, 33; p. 56 

I. 30; p. 57, 11. 9, 11, 15, 27, 43 
p. 58, 11. 8, 19 ; p. 59, 11. 14, 32, 43 
p. 60, 11. 6, 19; p. 61, U. 5, 7, 11 
p. 62, 1. 20; p. 63, IL 16, 44; p. 64 
U. 14, 17; p. 65, 11. 11, 14, 27, 40 
p. 66, 11. 7, 18, 41; p. 67, U. 10, 19 
p. 69, 1. 37; p. 70, 11. 34, 46; p. 71 

II. 6, 39, 42 ; p. 72, 1. 10; p. 73 



11. 1, 8, 28, 31; p. 74,1. 24; p. 75 
11. 9. 12; p. 76, 11. 10, 20, 24, 27 
30, 41; p. 77, 11. 1, 11, 34; p. 78 
11. 28, 38; p. 79, 11. 4, 14, 25; p. 80 

I. 26; p. 82, 11. 15, 19; p. 83,11.5 
16, 33; p. 84, 11. 12, 16; p. 85, 1. 28 
p. 86, 11. 11, 14, 23; p. 87, 1. 12 
p. 89, 11. 18, 21, 25, 41, 46; p. 90 

II. 23, 43; p. 92, 1. 8; p. 93,11. 19 
38; p. 95, 11. 29, 37; p. 96, 11. 2, 45 
p. 97, 11. 2, 6, 17, 21; p. 99, 11. 14 
26, 30, 34 ; p. 100, 11. 20, 43; p. 101 

I. 15; p. 102, 11. 5, 15, 18, 22, 28 
p. 103, 1. 12; p. 104, 11. 13, 20 
p. 105, U. 22, 26, 28, 43; p. 106, U. 1 

II, 29, 32, 36; p. 107, 11. 12, 18, 31 
36; p. 108, 11. 1, 14, 34, 36; p. 109 
11. 8, 33, 43; p. Ill, 1. 32; p. 112 
U. 12, 22; p. 113, 11. 12, 16, 33 
p. 114, 11. 8, 36; p. 115, 1. 11; p. 
116, 1. 1; p. 118, U. 8, 12, 30, 34 
p. 119, U. 1, 27; p. 120, 1. 13 
p. 121, 11. 2, 9; p. 123, 1. 26; p. 124 
11. 29, 43; p. 125, 11. 5, 43; p. 126 

I. 12 ; p. 127, 11. 21, 29; p. 128, U. 5 
8, 23; p. 130, 11. 12, 21, 27, 37 
p. 132, 1. 24; p. 133, 1. 30; p. 134 

II. 25, 37, 43; p. 135, 11. 2, 6, 35 
p. 136, 1. 26; p. 137, 11. 14, 20 
p. 138, 11. 2, 30; p. 139, 1. 34 
p. 140, 11. 8, 17; p. 141, 1. 24 
p. 142, 11. 5, 9, 38; p. 143, U. 14 
18; p. 144, 1. 8; p. 145,11. 15, 19 
22, 37; p. 146, 11. 9, 25; p. 147 

I. 13; p. 148, 1. 14; p. 149, 11. 1, 37 
p. 150, 11. 9, 13, 17 ; p. 151, U. 3 
38; p. 152, 11. 21, 32; p. 153, 11. 12 
25, 28; p. 154, 11. 23, 29, 36, 39 
p. 155, 11. 2, 5, 10; p. 156, 11. 4, 11 
34; p. 157, 1. 28; p. 158, 1. 10 
p. 159, 1. 5; p. 160, U. 4, 14; p. 161 

II. 22, 34; p. 162, 11. 14, 20, 25 
p. 165, 11. 12, 22, 42; p. 167, U. 5 
29 ; p. 168, 1. 45 ; p. 170, 11. 6, 16, 
36, 40; p. 171, 1. 30; p. 172, 11. 15 
27; p. 173, 1. 20; p. 174, 1. 21; p 
175, 1. 27 ; p. 176, 1. 1 ; p. 177, 1. 7 



PLACES. 



Aberdaren (-on), Carnarvonshire, p. 

52, 1. 20; p. 92, 1. 12 
Acaster-Selby, Yorkshire, p. 48, 1. 19 
Ackworth, Pontefract, Yorkshire, p. 38, 

1.17 
Addingham, Penrith, Cumberland, p. 

68, 1.34; p. 86,1.38 
Adgdon (?), Knutsford, Cheshire, p. 

134, 1. 29 
Ailesbury (Ay-), Bucks, p. 8, 1. 17 
Ailestone (Ay-), Leicestershire, p. 65, 

1. 24 
Aisgarth, Yorkshire, p. 91, 1. 9 
Aketon (Aik-), Cumberland, p. 135, 

1. 9 
Aldborough, Borrow-, (Borough)- 

bridge, Yorkshire, p. 12, 1. 32 
Aldenham, Herts, p. 60, 1. 13 
Aldersey, Chester, p. 20, 1. 28 
Aldwarke, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 1 
Almondbury, Yorkshire, p. 54, 1. 15 
Alnwick, Northumberland, p. 112, 1. 

27 
Alresford, Hants, p. 50, 1. 35 
Alston, p. 86, 1. 20 
Alverstoke, Hants, p. 129, 1. 15 
Alwalton, Hunts, p. 118, 1. 15 
Ambleside, p. 10, 1. 44 ; p. 120, 1. 10 
America, p. 38, 1. 39; p. 92, 1. 38; p. 

107, 1. 26; p. 126, 1. 16; p. 127, 11. 

14, 25; p. 131, 1. 44; p. 133, 1. 23; 

p. 138, 1. 15; p. 140, 1. 23; p. 141, 

1. 20; p. 150, 1. 36; p. 151, 1. 15; p. 

152, 1. 1; p. 154, 1. 19; p. 157, 1. 1 ; 

p. 158, 1. 3, p. 172, 1. 33; p. 177, 

1.11 
Amesbury, Wiltshire, p. 105, 1. 40 
Ampthill, Beds, p. 14, 1. 21 
Amsterdam, Holland, p. 147, 1. 2 
Anglesea, p. 171, 1. 34; p. 173, 1. 4 
Annesley, Notts, p. 16, 1. 19; p. 23, 1. 

21 
Annesley (Barnsley ?), Yorkshire, p. 

28, 1. 21 
Antona (Northampton), p. 23, 1. 46; p. 

37, 1. 48 
Apley, Lincolnshire, p. 97, 1. 10 
Appersete (Appleton-le-Streete ?), York- 
shire, p. 134, 1. 43 



Ardfart, co. Kerry, Ireland, p. 100, 1. 

35 
Arlsey, Bedfordshire, p. 95, 1. 12 
Arnold, Nottingham, p. 32, 1, 17 
Arnside, Hawkshead, Lancashire, p. 

17, 1. 10 
Asfordby, Leicestershire, p. 26, 1. 36 ; 

p. 160, 1. 37 
Ashbourne, Ashborne, Derbyshire, p. 

40, 1. 40; p. 153, 1. 6; p. 160, 1. 18 
Ashby (de la) Zouch, Leicestershire, p. 

165, 1. 19 
Ascham, (Muskham?), Notts, p. 56, 1. 

42 
Ashe, Sandwich, Kent, p. 18, 1. 7 
Ashley -Hay, Works worth (Wi-), Derby- 
shire, p. 53, 1. 29 
Ashover, Derbyshire, p. 105, 1. 4 
Ashwell, Kutland, p. 18, 1. 36 
A8(k)ham, Lancashire, p. 98, 1. 33 
Askrigg, Yorkshire, p. 118, 1. 12 
Atherley, Salop, p. 106, 1. 45 
Atherstone, Warwickshire, p. 30, 1. 20 ; 

p. 109, 1. 36 
Austwicke, Yorkshire, p. 4, 1. 40 
Axton, Hampshire, p. 8, 1. 29 
Azerley, Eip(p)on, Yorkshire, p. 127, 

1. 29 

Babworth, Notts, p. 158, 1. 27 

Back o' th' Hill, Bradford, Yorkshire 

p. 6, 1. 16 
Backford, Cheshire, p. 140, 1. 5 
Badsey, Evesham, Worcestershire, p 

31,1. 7; p. 53, 1.39 
Bakewell, Barkwell, Bashwell, Derby 

shire, p. 62, 1. 44; p. 80, 1. 5; p 

143, 1. 33 
Baldestone, Preston, Lancashire, p. 14 

1 32 
Baiufield, Sheffield, p. 102, 1. 29 
Balsam (-sh-), Cambridgeshire, p. 35 

1.19 
Balvan (Barling ?), Essex, p. 167 

1. 21 
Bampton, Devonshire, p. Ill, 1. 30; p 

116, 1. 23 
— Westmorland, p. 97, 1. 37 ; p. 140 

1. 38 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



255 



Banf(f), Scotland, p. 144, 1. 27 
Bangor, p. 92, 1. 12 

— diocese of, p. 59, 1, 29 ; p. 63, 1. 10 
Bangoriensis, p. 114, 1. 33 

Bank Newton, Yorkshire, p. 41, 1. 26 
Barbadoes, p. 17, 1. 6; p. 68, 11. 13, 14; 

p. 92, 1. 38; p. 103, 1. 38; p. 138, 1. 

16; p. 140, 1. 24; p. 141, 1. 21; p. 

150,1.37; p. 152,1.2 

— parish of St James in, p. 68, 1. 14 

— — Joseph in, p. 92, 1. 38 

— — Peter in, p. 177, 1. 11 
Barfield, Suffolk, p. 131, 1. 32 
Barford, Beds, p. 12, 1. 8 

Barking, Essex, p. 93, 1. 23 
Barkwell ; gee Bakewell 
Bannby, Yorkshire, p. 173, 1. 20 
Barnes, Surrey, p. 106, 1. 8 
Barnsley, Yorkshire, p. 36, 1. 30 
Barnsley Hall, Bromsgrove, Worcester- 
shire, p. 80, 1. 18 
Barrow, Lancashire, p. 119, 1. 43 
Barrowdon (-den), Rutland, p. 95, 1. 17 
Barson, Grantham, Lincolnshire, p. 

45, 1. 36 
Bartlow, Cambridgeshire, p. 66, 1. 14 ; 

p. 96, 1. 35 
Barton, Kirby Lonsdale, Westmore- 
land, p. 9, 1. 40 
Barum, i.e. Barnstaple, Devonshire, p. 

49, 1. 42 
BashweU ; see Bakewell 
Bassington (-ham), Lincolnshire, p. 44, 

1.9 
Bath, p. 73, 1. 38 
Batley, Wakefield, Yorkshire, p. 120, 1. 

14 
Batterfitt (Attercliffe ?), Sheffield, p. 

48, 1. 43 
Battersea, Richmond, Surrey, p. 20, 1. 

24 
Battle, Battel, Battell, Sussex, p. 27, 1. 
20; p. 84, 1. 4; p. 87, 1. 8; p. 102, 1. 
39; p. 109, 1.21; p. 135, 1. 13 
Beamhurst, Staffordshire, p. 67, 1. 4 
Beamish, co. Durham, p. 94, 1. 40 ; p. 

98, 1. 10 (bis) 
Beckingham, Lincolnshire, p. 24, 1. 10 
Bedale, Bedle, Yorkshire, p. 70, 1. 46 
Bedford, p. 17, 1. 2; p. 84, 1. 8 ; p. 152, 

1.19 
Bedle ; see Bedale 
Beely, Derbyshire, p. 77, 1. 15 
Beighton, Derbyshire, p. 41, 1. 20 ; 53, 

1. 42 
Bentley, Derbyshire, p. 10, 1. 38 
Berrington, Lemster (Leomin-), Salop, 

p. 26, 1. 44 
Berry-Herbert ; see Berrynarbor 
Berrynarbor, B. Herbert, Somerset- 
shire, p. Ill, 1. 14 
Bessingby, Bridlington, Yorkshire, p. 
37, 1. 27 



Beverley, Yorkshire, p. 1, 1. 2; p. 10, 

1.8; p. 11,1. 26; p. 13,1. 15; p. 21, 

1. 42; p. 22, 1. 4; p. 23, 1, 43; p. 42, 

1. 1; p. 43, 1. 30; p. 46, 1. 28; p. 52, 

1. 27; p. 63, 1. 14; p. 76, 1. 41; p. 82, 

1. 19; p. 89, 1. 18; p. 90, 1. 1; p. 

104, 1. 13; p. 107, 1. 31; p. 108, 1. 

34; p. 114, 1. 36; p. 125, 1. 43; p. 

142, 1. 38; p. 150, 1. 17; p. 155, 1. 2; 

p. 174, 1. 21 
BexweU, Norfolk, p. 70. 1. 19 
Biddenden, Kent, p. 72, 1. 3 
Bideford, Devonshire, p. 26, 1. 17 
Bierley, Bradford, Yorkshire, p. 59, 1. 

43 
Bifrons, Patricksboume, Kent, p. 124, 

1.33 
Biggleswade, p. 21, 1. 33 
Billaston ; see Billesdon 
Billesdon, Billaston, Leicestershire, p. 

49, 1. 36 
Bilsthorpe, Notts, p. 64, 1. 5 
Binfield, Pinfield, Windsor, Berks., p. 

23, 1. 26 
Bingley, Yorkshire, p. 113, 1. 16 
Bishopberry (?), Staffordshire, p. 90, 1. 

26 
Bishops Burton, Yorkshire, p. 3, 1. 36 
Bishopton, Stockton, Durham, p. 32, 

1.13 
Bishops Auckland, co. Durham, p. 139, 

1.30 
Bishton, Stafford, p. 21, 1. 26 
Blackburn, -born, -bourne, Lancashire, 

p. 45, 1. 17; p. 93, 1. 15; p. 131, 1. 

36 
Blackwell Hall, Middlesex, p. 30, 1. 28 
Blakeney, Norfolk, p. 132, 1. 34 
Blakiston, co. Durham, p. 68, 1. 27 
Blan(d)ford, Dorset, p. 50, 1. 40; p. 70, 

1. 30 
Bloxholm (-am), Sleeford, Lincolnshire, 

p. 50, 1. 31 
Bloxham ; see Bloxholm 
Blyton, Lincolnshire, p. 8, 1. 40 
Bobbing, Kent, p. 130, 1. 8 
Booking, Essex, p. 92, 1. 27 
Bockton Mallard; see Boughton Mal- 

herbe 
Bodmyn (-in), Cornwall, p. 145, 1. 30 
Bolland, ' Saltus de', Yorkshire, p. 113, 

1.33 
Bolton, Lancashire, p. 6, 1. 9 ; p. 15, 1. 

25; p. 93, 1. 19; p. 96, 1. 42; p. 101, 

1.33 
Bonebury ; see Bunbury 
Bonsall, Derbyshire, p. 67, 1. 1 
Booth, Cumberland, p. 14, 1. 44 
Borough bridge. Borrow-, Burrow-, 

Yorkshire, p. 12, 11. 32, 33; p. 18, 1. 

44 
Borton (Bour-) on the Hill, Glouces- 
tershire, p. 144, 1. 31 



256 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Berwick Ground, Lancashire, p. 44, 1. 

21; p. 45, 1.23 
Boston, Lincolnshire, p. 80, 1. 2 
Bosworth (Market B.), Leicestershire, 

p. 149, 1. 15 
Bottesford, Leicestershire, p. 75, 1. 

36; p. 128, 1.40 
Boughton, Northampton, p. 23, 1. 46 
Boughton Malherbe, Bockton Mallard, 

Lenham, Kent, p. 54, 1. 30 
Bowdon, Cheshire, p. 36, 1. 14 
Bowes, Eichmondshire, Yorkshire, p. 

168, 1. 34 
Brackstead, Essex, p. 6, 1. 37 
Brack on Bank, K(e)ighley, Yorkshire, 

p. 9, 1. 14 
Bradeley Hall, co. Durham, p. 18, 1. 

10 
Bradford, Yorkshire, p. 6, 1. 16 ; p. 19, 

1. 23; p. 44, 1. 37; p. 54, 1. 23; p. 59, 

1.43; p. 154, 1.29 
Braintree, Essex, p. 65, 1, 35 
Brampton, Derbyshire, p. 77, 1. 8 
Brandsburton, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 32 ; 

p. 89, 1. 41 
Branting Thorp ; see Bruntingthorpe 
Brathey (-ay), Lancashire (Westmor- 
land ?), p. 146, 1. 29 
Brawood ; see Brewood 
Brearly, Wakefield, Yorkshire, p. 22, 1. 

44 
Brecon, county of, p. 168, 11. 41, 43; 

p. 169, 11. 9, 26 
Brentwood, Essex, p. 168, 1. 8 
Brewood (Brawood), Staffordshire, p. 

3, 1. 30 
Bridlington, Yorkshire, p. 17, 1. 31; 

p. 37, 1. 28 
— Key (Quay), Yorkshire, p. 22, 1. 24 
Bridport, Dorset, p. 50, 1. 39 
Brigg, Lincolnshire, p. 50, 1. 43 ; p. 68, 

1. 31 
Brightling, Sussex, p. 87, 1. 5 
Bristol, p. 56, 1. 14; p. 136, 1. 34 
Broadhinton (Broad H.), Wiltshire, p. 

168, 1. 4 
Brodsworth, Doncaster, Yorkshire, p. 

35, 1, 12 
Brompton, Yorkshire, p. 154, 1. 24 
Brooke, Norwich, p. 26, 1. 2 
Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, p. 80, 1. 

18 
Brownslett (?), Pembrokeshire, p. 74, 

1.45 
Bruntingthorpe, Branting Thorp, 

Leicestershire, p. 20, 1. 32 
Brushford, Somersetshire, p. Ill, 1. 26 
Bruton, Somersetshire, p. 124, 1. 11 
Bryn Eglwys, Denbighshire, p. 166, 

1. 20 
Bubwith, Yorkshire, p. 53, 1. 17 
Buckden, Hunts, p. 106, 1. 48; p. 133, 

1.10; p. 135,1. 16; p. 146,1.44 



Bucknall, Lincolnshire, p. 151, 1. 19 

— Staffordshire, p. 5, 1. 21 
Bulkington, Warwickshire, p. 69, 1. 7; 

p. 76, 1. 33 
Bulmer, Bulmore, Essex, p. 18, 1. 4 

— Yorkshire, p. 100, 1. 43 
Bulmore; see Bulmer 

Bunbury, Bone-, Cheshire, p. 102, 1. 9 
Burchington, (Bir-), Isle of Thanet, 

Kent, p. 146, 1. 1 
Burghley, Burleigh House near Stam- 
ford, p. 13, 11. 27, 31; p. 114, 1. 22 
Burleigh on the Hill, p. 3, 1. 19 
Burleigh, Rutland, p. 129, 1. 23 
Burlersett (?), Yorkshire, p. 107, 1. 36 
Burley, near Ot(te)ley, Yorkshire, p. 

45, 1. 13 
Burlington, Yorkshire, p. 26, 1. 32 
Burnham, Essex, p. 116, 1. 20 
Burnley, Lancashire, p. 10, 1. 15 
Burnsall, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 96, 1. 

2; p. 133, 1. 31 
Burstow, Surrey, p. 139, 1. 9 
Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, p. 62, 

1.34 
Burwash, Sussex, p. 95, 1. 33 ; p. 100, 

1.8 
Bury, Lancashire, p. 82, 1. 33; p. 112, 

1.8 
Bury St Edmunds, p. 10, 1. 19; p. 15, 
11. 2, 6; p. 48, 1. 1 ( Villa Faustini); 
p. 49, 1. 23; p. 51,1.20; p. 72, 1. 7; 
p. 117, 1. 34; p. 126, 1. 2; p. 163, 
1.4 
'Butleigh near Soberton,' Somerset- 
shire, p. 123, 1. 1 
Butteley Abbey, Suffolk, p. 12, 1. 11 
Buxtead, Sussex, p. 125, 1. 13 
Bygrave, Herts, p. 11, ]. 30 

Camberwell, Surrey, p. 126, 1. 9; p. 

145, 1. 6 
Cambridge, p. 5, 1. 11; p. 38, 1. 21; 

p. 41, 1. 14; p. 45, 1. 20; p. 51, 1. 

26; p. 55, 11. 22, 29; p. 70, 1. 36; 

p. 74, 1. 38; p. 77, 1. 23 ; p. 101, 1. 4; 

p. 121, 1. 14; p. 128, 1. 11; p. 138, 

1.20; p. 164, 1.30; p. 167,1.39 
Cambro-britannus, p. 2, 1. 32 
Cansery, Hawkshead, Lancashire, p. 

125, 1. 4 
Canterbury, p. 21, 1. 10; p. 54, 1. 36; 

p. 63, 1. 41; p. 91, 1. 40; p. 104, 

1. 40; p. 114, 1. 30; p. 122, 1. 25; 

p. 130, 1. 9; p. 136, 1. 22; p. 169, 1. 

20; p. 177, 1. 20 
Carleton, Notts, p. 66, 1. 1 
Carhsle, p. 50, 1. 23 
Carlton, Northants, p. 118, 1. 22 
— Yorkshire, p. 162, 1. 21 
Carmarthen, p. 74, 1.5; p. 96, 1. 39 
Carmarthenshire, p. 86, 1. 27; p. 96, 

1.39 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



257 



Carnarvon, p. 172, 1. 37 
Carnarvonshire, p. 51, 1. 23; p. 52, 

I. 20; p. 64, 1. 38; p. 105, U. 7, 20; 

p. 148, 1. 37; p. 156, 1. 38; p. 172, 

L 36 
Carperley, Yorkshire, p. 112, 1. 22 
Cartmel, Lancashire, p. 22, 11. 29, 33 ; 

p. 173, 1. 8 
Casterton, Castraton, Kutlandshire, 

p. 122, 1. 41 
Castleford, Yorkshire, p. 4, 1. 28 
Castlethorpe (?), Lincolnshire, p. 174, 

1.25 
Castleton, Derbyshire, p. 42, 1. 13; 

p. 60, I. 46; p. 67, 1. 39; p. 85, 

1. 39 
Castraton ; see Casterton 
Catcomb (Cut-), Min(e)head, Somer- 
setshire, p. 133, 1. 27 
Catterick, Richmond, Yorkshire, p. 14, 

1. 48 
Cawood, Yorkshire, p. 27, 1. 28 
Chaffen St Peters, Bucks, p. 4, 1. 43 
Challey (Chudleigh ?), Devonshire, p. 

163, 1. 34 
Chappell Anston, Rotherham, York- 
shire, p. 106, 1. 11 
Chappel-in-le-frith, Derbyshire, p. 72, 

1. 26 
Chappel-town, Leeds, p. 46, 1. 2 
Chames, Eccleshal, Staffordshire, p. 

127, 1. 10 
Charnock, Lancashire, p. 39, 1. 45 
Chatham, Kent, p. 27, 1. 38; p. 97, L 

44; p. 125, 1.31; p. 176,1. 25 
Chatteris, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, 

p. 76,1. 45; p. 82, 1. 4 
Cheddleton, Staffordshire, p. 131, 1. 19 
Cheifning; see Chevening 
Chelmsford, p. 88, 1. 30 
Chelsea, p. 156, 1. 29 
Chermingham (?), Cheshire, p. 87, 1. 

18 
Cher(r)iton, Somersetshire, p. 146, 1. 47 
Chester, p. 6, 1. 23; p. 14, 11. 9, 12, 

15; p. 17, 1.41; p. 32, 1.7; p. 35, 

1. 28; p. 39, 1. 12; p. 49, 11. 17, 20; 

p. 55, 1. 37; p. 66, 1. 25; p. 69, 1. 

19; p. 112, 1. 17; p. 113, 1.30; p. 

114, 1. 13; p. 168, I. 30; p. 171, 

1. 18 
Chesterfield, Derbyshire, p. 32, 11. 39, 

43; p. 39, 1. 19; p. 42, 1. 26; p. 49, 

1. 30; p. 50, 1. 17; p. 52, 1. 36; 

p. 60, U. 16, 26; p. 81, 1. 1; p. 83, 

1.2; p. Ill, 1. 19; p. 122, 1. 30; p. 

141, 1. 1 
Chester Street (C. le S.), Durham, p. 

24, 1. 40 
Chesterton, Cambridgeshire, p. 69, 1. 

4; p. 94, 1.- 21 
Chevening, Cheifning, Kent, p. 109, 

1.16 



S. 



Chich(e)ley, Bocks, p. 144, 1. 24 
Chichester, p. 79, 1. 29; p. 98, 1. 21; 

p. 118, 1.4; p. 138, 1. 41 
Chippenham, Wilts, p. 36, 1. 9; p. 

145, 1. 2 
Chorley, Chorlay, Lancashire, p. 121, 

1.31; p. 124, 1. 19 
Chrisbleton; see Christleton 
Christleton, Chrisbleton, Cheshire, p. 

13, 1. 8; p. 45, 1. 14 
Churbury, p. 6, 1. 29 
Church Broughton, Derbyshire, p. 122, 

1. 37 
Church Stoke, Montgomeryshire, p. 

165, 1. 2 
Clapham, Settle, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 

36 
Clappergate, Ambleside, Westmorland, 

p. 120, 1. 10 
Clare, Suffolk, p. 104, 1. 33 ; p. 122, 1. 

34 
Clay-Cross, Derbyshire, p. 68, L 4 
Cleager, Pembroke, p. 12, 1. 18 
Cleasby, Richmond, Yorkshire, p. 97, 

1.25 
Cle(a)veland, Yorkshire, p. 61, L 5 ; p. 

165, 1. 42 
Cliff (King's Cliffe), Northants, p. 153, 

1.37 
Clifford, Herefordshire, p. 2, 1. 19 
Clifton, Lancashire, p. 82, 1. 29 
— Yorkshire, p. 73, 1, 1 
Clitheroe, Lancashire, p. 100, 1. 31 
Clovelly, Bideford, Devonshire, p. 26, 

1.17 
Cocken Hatch, Herts, p. 11, 1. 4 
Cockermouth, Cumberland, p. 118, 1. 

26 
Cockfield, Durham, p. 102, 1. 12 
Cockram, Lancaster, p. 41, 1. 45 
Coddenham, Suffolk, p. 149, 1. 41 
Codford, Wilts, p. 103, 1. 2 
Coggelston ; see Congleton 
Cogg(e)shall, Essex, p. 88, 1. 38 
Coker, Yeovil, Somersetshire, p. 35, 1. 

22 
Colchester, Essex, p. 1, 1. 24; p. 11, 

1. 37; p. 47, 1. 35; p. 54, 1. 1 ; p. 56, 

1. 34; p. 82, 1. 13; p. 90, 1. 8; p. 95, 

1. 25; p. 98, 1. 43; p. 143, 11. 6, 9; 

p. 159, 1. 20 
Coley, Halifax, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 9 
CoUingborne Ducis, Wilts, p. 159, 1. 30 
Collyhurst, Manchester, p. 50, 1. 27 
Coin ; see Golne 

Coin-Bridge, Yorkshire, p. 54, 1. 26 
Colne, Coin, Lancashire, p. 16, 1. 2; 

p. 101, L 19; p. 121, 1. 37 
Colomendy, Corwen, Merionethshire, 

p. 167, 1. 32 
Colwall, Herefordshire, p. 151, 1. 23 
Congleton, Coggelston, Cheshire, p. 44, 

1. 25 

17 



258 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



Conway, p. 75, 1. 2 , 

Corfe Mullen, Dorsetshire, p. 16, 1. 32 

Cork(e), Ireland, p. 133, 1. 35; p. 161, 

1. 2 
Cors-y-gedol, Cross-y-gedol, Kessyge- 

dol, Merionethshire, p. 51, 1. 29 ; p. 

55, 1. 40 
Corwen, Merionethshire, p. 167, 1. 33 
Cot(t)ham, Yorkshire, p. 72, 1. 10 
Coventry, p. 91, 1. 24; p. 120, 1. 33 
Cradley, Herefordshire, p. 72, 1. 42 
Craigmiller, Midlothian, Scotland, p. 

141, 1. 35 
Crambe, Yorkshire, p. 87, 1. 12 
Cranbrook, Kent, p. 55, 1. 2 
Craven, Yorkshire, p. 4, 1. 25 
Cressington, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 41, 

1.4 
Cricklade, Wilts, p. 72, 1. 36 
Croft, Herefordshire, p. 56, 1. 2 
Crooke, co. Durham, p. 98, 11. 6, 7 
Crossby Garret, Westmorland, p. 57, 

1.37 
Crosse, Booth, Cumberland, p. 14, 1. 

44 
Cross-y-gedol; see Cors-y-gedol 
Crost(h)waite, Westmorland, p. 37, 1. 

40 
Crowood, Wilts, p. 88, 1. 6 
Croydon, Surrey, p. 119, 1. 47 
Cunistone Cold, Yorkshire, p. 23, 1. 33 
Cunningley, Yorkshire, p. 45, 1. 30 
Cusworth, Doncaster, p. 24, 1. 43 
Cutcombe; see Catcomb 
Cynful (?), Merionethshire, p. 173, 1. 2 

Daddlespool, Staffordshire, p. 113, 

1. 1 
Dalby, Leicestershire, p. 48, 1. 40 
Dalton, Lancashire, p. 51, 1, 39; p. 53, 

1. 45 
Danby, Yorkshire, p. 139, 1. 34 
Darenth, Kent, p. 96, 1. 32 
Darlington, p. 6, 1. 33; p. 34, 1. 40 
Darrington, Yorkshire, p. 53, 1. 1 
Deane, Bolton, Lancashire, p. 77, 1. 

41 ; p. 101, 1. 33 
Dearham, Cumberland, p. 104, 1. 44 
Dedham, Essex, p. 72, 1. 30; p. 131, 

1. 6; p. 140, 1. 42; p. 152, 1. 25; p. 

157, 1. 22 
Deepdale, Dent, Yorkshire, p. 84, 1. 12 
Denbigh, County of, p. 2, 1. 26; p. 5, 

1. 45; p. 48, 1. 12; p. 65, 1. 4; p. 77, 

1. 19; p. 119, 1. 5; p. 132, 1. 21; p. 

187, 1. 42; p. 138, 1. 43; p. 163, 

1. 21; p. 164, 1. 1; p. 166, 11. 11, 16, 

19 ; p. 167, 1. 24 
Denbigh, p. 166, 1. 12 
Dent, Kirby Lonsdale, p. 29, 1. 40; p. 

31, 1. 43; p. 44, 1. 6; p. 84, 1. 12; 

p. 102, 1. 22; p. 106, 1. 29; p. 149, 

1. 37 



Dent, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, p. 172, 1. 15 
Derby, p. 3, 1. 40; p. 17, U. 35, 45; 

p. 27, 1. 32 ; p. 78, 11. 9, 21 ; p. 82, 

1. 38; p. 83, 1. 42; p. 88, 1. 9; 

p. 90, 1. 29; p. 95, 1. 20; p. 108, 

1. 5; p. 118, 1. 19; p. 122, 1. 6; p. 

132, 1.17; p. 142,1.30 
Derwent, Derbyshire, p. 47, 1. 16; p. 

98, 1. 29 
Deverel, Wiltshire, p. 60, 1. 9 
Digswell, Welling (-wyn), Herts, p. 27, 

1.17 
Dilhome, Dillon, Staffordshire, p. 131, 

1. 23 
Dillon ; see Dilhome 
Diss, Norfolk, p. 61, 1. 18; p. 135, 1. 

27 
Ditch(er)ling, Sussex, p. 117, 1. 30 
Ditton, Cambridgeshire, p. 20, 1. 41 
Doddington, Isle of Ely, Cambridge- 
shire, p. 97, 1. 48 
Dolegelle, Merioneth, p. 5, 1. 38 
Doncaster, p. 17, 1. 38; p. 24, 1. 43; 

p. 25, 1. 18; p. 35, 1. 12; p. 119, 1. 1 

(hy error in original Register, Don- 
aster); p. 151, 1. 4 
Donington, Salop, p. 45, 1. 10 
Dorchester, p. 94, 1. 10; p. 115, 1. 31; 

p. 160, 1. 8 
Dorking, Surrey, p. 137, 1. 46 
Dormington, Herefordshire, p. 71, 1. 

18 
Dover, p. 33, 1. 29; p. 90, 1. 19; p. 133, 

1,38 
Dowland, Devonshire, p. 51, 1. 11 
Down, county, Ireland, p. 81, 1. 18 
Downham, Lancashire, p. 176, 1. 7 
Downham Market, Norfolk, p. 8, 1. 

21 
Dranfield (Dron-), Derbyshire, p. 57, 

1. 24 
Drayton, Salop, p. 80, 1. 32 
Drayton Man(n)or, Staffordshire, p. 

105, 1. 32 
Droxford, Hants, p. 35, 1. 32; p. 58, 

1. 34 
Dublin, p. 18, 1. 31; p. 68, 1. 18; p. 

90, 1. 46; p. 127, U. 2, 6; p. 132, I. 

38; p. 144, 1. 12; p. 149, 1. 27; p. 

164, 1. 19 
Duffield, South, Yorkshire, p. 83, 1. 

33 
Dukes, Layer-Mamey, Essex, p. 77, 1. 

45 
DuUingham, Cambridgeshire, p. 129, 

1. 30 
Dunham, Cheshire, p. 145, 1. 34; p. 

150, 1. 21 
Dunscroft, Yorkshire, p. 154, 1. 37 
Dunstable, Bedfordshire, p. 64, 1. 37 
Durham, p. 15, 1. 17; p. 23, 1. 40; 

p. 24, 1. 40; p. 36, 1. 36; p. 40, 1. 

20; p. 54, 1. 18; p. 56, U. 20, 25, 



INDEX OP PLACBS. 



259 



28; p. 78, 1. 5; p. 97, 1. 30; p. 101, 
1. 1; p. 135,1. 39 
Durham, Bishopric of, p. 68, 1. 27 ; p. 

69, 1. 26 

Duston, Northampton, p. 21, 1. 13 
Duxford, Cambridgeshire, p. 86, 1. 45 
Dymchurch, Kent, p. 137, 1. 6 

Ealing, Middlesex, p. 114, 1. 26 
Earls Colne, Earlscoln, Essex, p. 105, 

1. 11 
Easby, Bichmond, Yorkshire, p. 70, 

1.43 
EasingtoD, co, Durham, p. 80, 1. 15 
East Ghinnock, Somerset, p. 31, 1. 1 
Eastfield, p. 77, 1. 11 
Eastham, Cheshire, p. 142, 1. 25 
East Mean (-on), Petersfield, Hants, p. 

20, 1, 36 
East Thorp, Easthorpe, Essex, p. 170, 

1. 29 
Ecclesfield, Yorkshire, p. 61, 1. 11 ; p. 

160, 1. 4 
Eccleshal, Staffordshure, p. 127, 1. 10; 

p. 129, 1. 34 
Edenderry, King's County, Ireland, p. 

128, 1. 19 
Edenser (-or), Derbyshire, p. 67, 1. 7 
Edwinstowe, Ednistow, Edwistow, 

Mansfield, Notts, p. 45, 1. 1; p. 59, 

1. 11 
Elford, Staffordshire, p. 79, 1. 40 
EUand, Yorkshire, p. 146, 1. 9 
Elliker (-erk), Beverley, Yorkshire, p. 

52, 1. 27 
Ellismere (-es), Salop, p. 73, 1. 42 
Elston, Notts, p. 110, 1. 1 ; p. 132, 1. 

28 
Eltham, Kent, p. 146, 1. 19; p. 150, 1. 

41 
Ely, Cambridgeshire, p. 58, 1. 28 ; p. 70, 

1. 23; p. 72, 1. 19; p. 90, 1. 4; p. 91, 

1.21; p. 122, 1.45 

— Isle of, p. 43, 1. 2; p. 69, 1. 30; p. 

70, 1. 20; p. 76, 1. 45; p. 79, 1. 18; 
p. 81, 1. 4; p. 82, 1. 4; p. 91, 11. 13, 
21 ; p. 97, 1. 48 ; p. 142, 1. 2 

Endfield ; see Enfield 

Enfield, Endfield, Middlesex, p. 70, 1. 

7 
Erith, Kent, p. 136, 1. 2 
Eshton, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 28, 1. 

25; p. 128, 1.5; p. 137, 1. 14 
Eskrigg, Lancashire, p. 149, 1. 34 
Etchingham, Sussex, p. 5, 1. 42 
Eveden, Lincolnshire, p. 133, 1. 2 
Everingham, Yorkshire, p. 114, 1. 9 
Evesham, Worcestershire, p. 31, 1. 7; 

p. 53, 1. 39 
Exeter, p. 66, 1. 11; p. 99, 1. 40; p. 

159,1. 15; p. 164,1.22 
Exton, Lancashire, p. 108, 1. 24 

— Rutland, p. 54, 1. 40 



Eyam, Higham, Derbyshire, p. 157, 1. 

45 
Eye, Leominster, Herefordshire, p. 28, 

1.7 
Eynning (Aynhoe ?), Northants, p. 39, 

1. 35 

Farrington (-don), Berks, p. 62, 1. 24 
Fenn(e)y Bentley, Derbyshire, p. 138, 

1. 38 
Fenton, Sherboume, Yorkshire, p. 52, 

1. 43; p. 53, 1.4 
Festiniog, Merionethshire, p. 175, 1. 10 
Fieldhouse, Ganford (Gain-), co. Dur- 
ham, p. 67, 1. 30 
Fishlake, Doncaster, Yorkshire, p. 116, 

1.2 
Fishtoft, Lincolnshire, p. 139, 1. 16 
Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, p. 123, 1. 11 ; 

p. 170, 1. 32 
Flanders, p. 94, 1. 25 
Fleetgreen, Leeke, Staffordshire, p. 

128, 1. 28 
Flintshire, p. 175, 1. 24 
Fonthil(l) Bishop, Wilts, p. 129, 1. 38 
Foord, Salop, p. 74, 1. 28 
Force-Forge, Lancashire, p. 162, 1. 45 
Foreness ; see Furness 
Foster (?), Derbyshire, p. 104, 1. 23 
Fonlmire, Cambridgeshire, p. 99, 1. 10 
France, p. 7, 1. 27, n. 1 
French-Drove, Isle of Ely, p. 142, 1. 2 
Frodsham, Cheshire, p. 47, 1. 26 
Frogget, Derbyshire, p. 52, 1. 14 
Frome, Somersetshire, p. 148, 1. 33 
Froshall, Staffordshire, p. 68, 1. 1 
Froxfield, Hants, p. 150, 1. 30 
Fulham, Middlesex, p. 7, n. 1 
FuUetby, Lincolnshire, p. 59, 1. 2 
Furness Fells, Foreness Fell, Furness, 

Lancashire, p. 71, 1. 9; p. 125,1. 39; 

p. 163, 1. 14 
Fynnabrouge, co. Down, Ireland, p. 81, 

1. 18 

Gabrocentum, see Gateshead 
Gainford, Ganford, co. Durham, p. 67, 

1.30 
Gainsborough, p. 24, 1.6; p. 68, 1. 8 
Galltvaynan (?), Denbighshire, p. 138, 

1.44 
Ganford ; see Gainford 
Ganthorp, Yorkshire, p. 79, L 14 
Garboldisham, Norfolk, p. 174, 1. 2 
Garsdale, Yorkshire, p. 142, 1. 9 
Gatenby, Yorkshire, p. 66, 1. 8 
Gateshead, Gateside, p. 26, 1. 21 ; p. 

60, 1. 34; p. 69, 1. 26 (Gabrocentum) 
Gateside, see Gateshead 
Gaulby, Galbye, Leicestershire, p. 113, 

1. 26; p. 117, 1.40 
Gautby, Lincolnshire, p. 80, 1. 46 
Gayle (?), Yorkshire, p. 135, 1. 6 

17-2 



260 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



George Town, South Carolina, America, 

p. 172, 1. 34 
Gillcross, Gilcrux, Cumberland, p. 137, 

1.35 
Gilling, Eichmond, Yorkshire, p. 64, 1. 

40 
Gilsfield, p. 49, 1. 33 
Girsby (Grimsby ?), Lincolnshire, p. 

169, 1. 23 
Girton, Cambridgeshire, p. 24, 1. 47 
Gisbourne, Yorkshire, p. 42, 1. 10 
Glamorganshire, p. 92, 1. 23; p. 113, 1. 

4; p. 152,1. 7 
Glapwell, Derbyshire, p. 124, 1. 15 
Glossop, Derbyshire, p. 99, 1. 23 
Gloucester, p. 163, 1. 25 
Glumsford (Glamf-) Brigg, 'vulgo 

Brigg,' Lincolnshire, p. 50, 1. 43 
Glusburne in Keldwick (Ki-), York- 
shire, p. 40, 1. 44 
Godmersham, Kent, p. 133, 1. 42 
Goodmanham, Yorkshire, p. 106, 1. 1 
Goroton, Groton, Grotton, Suffolk, p. 

52, 1. 2 
Gorton, Lancashire, p. 152, 1. 29 
Gouthwaite Hall, Nidderdale, York- 
shire, p. 130, 1. 12 
Grantham, Grantam, Lincolnshire, p. 

10, 11. 23, 41; p. 14, 1. 4; p. 24, 1. 

11; p. 25, 1. 2; p. 45, 1. 36; p. 79, 1. 

36; p. 86, 1. 31; p. 109, 1. 27; p. 

115, 1. 39; p. 125, 1. 27; p. 171, 1. 26 
Grantley, Yorkshire, p. 76, 1. 24 
Grassington, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 89, 

1.25; p. 118,1.34 
Graystock, Cumberland, p. 11, 1. 42 
Greatham, Durham, p. 135, 1. 47 ; p. 

157, 1. 19 
Great Grimsby, Lincolnshire, p. 28, 1. 34 
Great Houghton, Northamptonshire, 

p. 3, 1. 2 
Great Waltham, Essex, p. 58, 1. 5 
Greenham, Dalton, Lancashire, p. 51, 

1.39 
Greenhead, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, 

p. 57, 1. 12 
Greetham, Rutland, p. 31, 1. 19 
Gressington, Linton, Yorkshire, p. 65, 

1. 14; p. 71,1.39 
Gretford, Lincolnshire, p. 43, 1. 36 
Grinton, Eichmond, Yorkshire, p. 150, 

1. 13 
Guildfield, Montgomeryshire, p. 67, 1. 

17 
Guisborough, Guisbourne, Yorkshire, 

p. 4, 1. 36 
Guisbourne ; see Guisborough 
Guisley, Guisly, Yorkshire, p. 107, 1. 

12; p. 118, 1. 8 
Gunnerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire, 

p. 14, 1. 4 
Gunthwaite, Pennington, Lancashire, 

p. 79, 1. 4 



Hackness, Scarborough, Yorkshire, p. 

59, 1. 32 
Hale, Sleeford, Lincolnshire, p. 53, 

1.7 
Halifax (Hall-), Yorkshire, p. 27, 1. 24; 

p. 29, 1. 44; p. 32, 1. 2; p. 33, 11. 4, 

20, 24; p. 37, 1. 9; p. 46, 1. 9 ; p. 66, 

1. 42; p. 99, 11. 27, 30; p. 167, 1. 29 
Hallam, West, Westhallam, p. 82, 1. 

42 
Hallaton, Leicestershire, p. 10, 1. 4 ; p. 

37, 1. 16; p. 140, 1. 2 
Hallingbury Place, Essex, p. 142, 1. 13 ; 

p. 150, 1. 27 
Halsham, Yorkshire, p. 140, 1. 9 
Halywell, Lancashire, p. 3, 1. 8 
Hammerton, p. 77, 1. 38 
Hammoon, Dorsetshire, p. 65, 1. 44 
Hampreston, Winburne (Wim-), Dor- 
set, p. 50, 1. 48 
Hampstead Marshall, Middlesex, p. 3, 

1. 12 
Hare Hatch, Berks, p. 122, 1. 14 
Harlaxton, Lincolnshire, p. 74, 1. 21; 

p. 88, 1. 34 
Harleston, Norfolk, p. 113, 1. 37 
Harlow, Essex, p. 147, 1. 6 
Harpenden, Herts, p. 80, 1. 12 ; p. 98, 

1. 37 
Harston, Leicestershire, p. 108, 1. 18 
Hartlepoole, co. Durham, p. 119, 1. 13 
Hasell Hall, Bedfordshire, p. 175, 1. 40 
Hassell, Yorkshire, p. 105, 1. 23 
Hastings, Sussex, p. 90, 1. 32 
Hatfield Peverel, Essex, p. 55, 1. 12 
— Yorkshire, p. 83, 1. 6 
Hatherleigh, Devonshire, p. 91, 1. 47 ; 

p. 103, 1. 5 
Haverhill, Suffolk, p. 56, 1. 45 
Hawkshard ; see Hawkshead 
Hawkshead, Hawkshard, Hall, Amble- 
side, p. 10, 1. 44 
Hawkshead, Hawkstead, Lancashire, 

p. 17, 1. 10; p. 31, 1. 27; p. 61, 1. 14; 

p. 89, 1. 13; p. 97, 1. 40; p. 125, 1. 4 
Hawxton, Hawkston, Salop, p. 40, 1. 

30; p. 169, 1. 17 
Hay, Uxbridge, Bucks, p. 40, 1. 33 
Haydon, Stirmister (Sturminster), 

Dorsetshire, p. 21, 1. 29 
Hayes, Kent, p. 177, 1. 22 
Headcorn, Kent, p. 87, 1. 2 
Headley, Surrey, p, 12, 1. 22 
Heasom, Westmorland, p. 34, 1. 32 
Heddingley, p. 73, 1. 5 
Hedingham Sible, Heningham Sybill, 

Henningham Syble, Essex, p. 63, 1. 

32; p. 101, 1. 22 
Hedon, Yorkshu-e, p. 28, L 39; p. 121, 

1. 10 
Height (?), Yorkshire, p. 153, 1. 26 
Helstone, Cornwall, p. 164, 1. 38 
Hemingbrough, Hemingburgh, Hem- 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



261 



mimborongh, Yorkshire, p. 76, 1. 27 ; 

p. 168, 1. 46 
Hemingford Grey, Hunts, p. 151, 1. 31 
Hemmimborough ; see Hemingbrough 
Hemmingworth, Yorkshire, p. 46, 1. 19 
Henham, Essex, p. 122, 1. 17 
Heningham Sybill; see Hedingham 

Sible 
Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, p. 

172, 1. 8 
Heptonstall, Yorkshire, p. 161, 1. 22 
Hereford, p. 4, 1. 6; p. 18, 1. 20; p. 38, 

1. 7; p. 66, 1. 28; p. 86, 1. 5; p. 94, 

1. 13; p. 109, 1. 4; p. 127, I. 36; p. 

139, 1. 19; p. 142, 1. 41; p. 168, 1. 

21 
Heme, Canterbury, p. 10, 1. 1 
Hertford, p. 128, 1. 32 
Hartley, Kirby Stephen, Westmorland, 

p. 144, 1. 5 
Hetton, Yorkshire, p. 71, 1. 42 
Heversham, Westmorland, p. 173, 1. 31 
Hexham, Northumberland, p, 7, 1. 19 ; 

p. 47, 1. 1 
Heydon (Hay-), Dorsetshire, p. 143, 1. 

22 
— Essex, p. 149, 1. 31 
Higham, Derbyshire ; see Eyam 
Higham Ferrers, p. 12, 1. 25 
Highfield, Lancashire, p. 138, 1. 34 
High House, Sheffield, p. 57, 1. 44 
Hill-side, Worksworth (Wi-), Derby- 
shire, p. 53, 1. 33 
Hilston, Yorkshire, p. 44, 1. 12 
Hilton, Hunts, p. 113, 1. 41 
Hinxworth, Biggleswade, p. 21, 1. 33 
Hockerwood, Southwell, Notts, p. 167, 

1.17 
Hoddesdon, Herts, p. 142, 1. 17 
Hode, Kirkham, Lancashire, p. 18, 1. 

27 
Holbeach, Lincolnshire, p. 134, 1. 33 
Holden (Howden ?), Yorkshire, p. 30, 

1. 4 
Holland, p. 147, 1. 2 
Holland (Lancashire ?), p. 49, 1. 4 
Hollingby (Hunmanby ?), Yorkshire, 

p. 31, 1. 31 
Hollinghead, Lancashire, p. 94, 1. 6 
HoUins, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, p. 19, 

1.4 
Hollow Oak, Ulverston, Lancashire, p. 

148, 1. 29 
Holm (Holm-next-the-sea ?), Lynn, 

Norfolk, p. 35, 1. 25 
Holme, Lancashire, p. 131, 1. 40 
Holt Lodge, Winbourne, Dorset, p. 8, 

1.6 
Holton, Lancashire, p. 91, 1. 5 
Hordley, Salop, p. 48. 1. 4 
Horncastle, Lincolnshire, p. 155, 1. 39 
Horningsea, Cambridgeshire, p. 53, 1. 

14 



Horringer, Suffolk, p. 123, 1. 15 
Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire, p. 97, 1. 
17 

— Northumberland, p. 132, 1. 5 
Hotton Moss, Lancashire, p. 55, 1. 19 
Houghton, Great Grimsby, Lincoln- 
shire, p. 28, 1. 34 

Houghton (Hut-), Bushell, Yorkshire, 

p. 71, I. 6 
Houghton le Spring, eo. Durham, p. 32, 

1. 31 ; p. 156, L 24 
Howden (Holden ?), Yorkshire, p. 30, 

1. 4; p. 102, 1.5 
Howgill, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, p. 97, 1. 

21 
Hoyland, Soyland, Halifax, Yorkshire, 

p. 99, 1.30; p. 113,1. 12 
Huddersfield, p. 57, 11. 12, 15; p. 63, 1. 

16 
Huish, Devonshire, p. 45, 1. 7 
Hull, p. 36, 1. 27; p. 75, 1. 9; p. 77, 1. 

34; p. 99,1. 14; p. 106,1. 37 
Hu(s)thwaite, Yorkshire, p. 177, 1. 7 
Hutton Cranswick, Yorkshire, p. 145, 

L19 

— Pannel, Yorkshire, p. 54, 1. 4 

Iklington (Ilkley ?), Yorkshire, p. 57, 

1.9 
Illingworth, Hallifax, Yorkshire, p. 29, 

1.44 
Ingleby-Arncliffe, Yorkshire, p. 170, 

1.40 
Ingram, Northumberland, p. 55, 1. 26 
Ipsden, Oxfordshire, p. 131, 1. 9 
Ipstone(8), Staffordshire, p. 175, 1. 5 
Ipswich, Suffolk, p. 110, 11. 4, 14; p. 

125, 1. 47; p. 143, 1. 12 
Ireland, p. 2, 1. 21 ; p. 5, 1. 5 ; p. 18, 
1. 31 ; p. 65, 1. 7 ; p. 68, 11. 18, 19 
p. 75, 1. 42 ; p. 81, 1. 18 ; p. 90, 1. 46 
p. 100, 1. 35; p. 114, 1. 5; p. 116, 
1. 41 ; p. 118, 1. 41 ; p. 121, 1. 27 
p. 127, 11. 2, 6; p. 128, 1. 18 ; p. 129 

I. 7 ; p. 132, 1. 37 ; p. 133, 1. 35 
p. 144, 1. 12 ; p. 149, 1. 27 ; p. 156 

II. 1, 28 ; p. 161, 1. 1 ; p. 162, 1. 32 
p. 164, 1. 19 ; p. 176, 11. 3, 11 

Ireswell, Notts, p. 124, 1. 39 
Irish Town, America, p. 131, 1. 44 
Isle of Thanet, p. 136, 1. 5; p. 146, 

1. 1 
Isleham, Cambridgeshire, p. 116, 1. 32 
Isleworth, Middlesex, p. 147, 1. 18 
Islington, London, p. 31, 1. 15; p. 127, 

1.43 
Islip, Northamptonshire, p. 59, 1. 26 

Jamaica, p. 81, 1. 22; p. 126, 1. 16; 
p. 170, 1. 10; p. 174,1.12 

K(e)ighley, Yorkshire, p. 9, 1. 14; p. 
85, 1. 29 



262 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



Kellmore, Kirkham, Lancashire, p. 15, 

1.13 
Eendal, Kendall, Westmorland, p. 4, 

1. 33 ; p. 38, 1. 10 ; p. 76, 1. 17 ; p. 

98, 1. 4 ; p. 108, 1. 42; p. 121, 1. 18; 

p. 127, 1. 39 
Kennington, Kent, p. 116, 1. 26 
Kensington, Middlesex, p. 39, 1. 31 ; p. 

43, L 6; p. 62, 1.9 
Kerry, county of, Ireland, p. 100, 1. 35 ; 

p. 114,1. 5; p. 129, 1. 8 
Kessygedol; see Cors-y-gedol 
Kettlewell, Yorkshire, p. 41, 1. 17 
Ketton, Rutland, p. 103, 1. 22 
Kiaesworth (?), p. 61, 1. 37 
Kibhlesworth, co. Durham, p. 52, 1, 

17 
KiUallon, co. Meath (?), Ireland, p. 5, 

1. 6 
Killemey(-arn-), co. Kerry, Ireland, p. 

114, 1. 5 
Killham, Kilham, Yorkshire, p. 160, 

1. 14; p. 167, 1. 5 
KQsby, Northants, p. 1, 1. 6 
Kimbolton, Hunts, p. 94, 1. 32 ; p. 98, 

1.24 
King's Cliffe, Northants, p. 16, 1. 26 ; 

p. 88, 1. 21 
King's County, Ireland, p. 128, 1. 19 
King's Lynn, Norfolk, p. 37, 1. 24 
King's Rippon (Ripton), Hunts, p. 139, 

1. 2; p. 141,1. 17 
Kington, Middlesex (? Surrey), p. 74, 

1.34 
Kippax, Pontefract, Yorkshire, p. 32, 

L 21; p. 36,1. 17; p. 109,1.33 
Kirby Moor, Yorkshire, p. 19, 1. 12 
Kirby-Thore, Westmorland, p. 48, 1. 

25 
Kirkby, Kirby, Lonsdale, Westmor- 
land, p. 9, 1. 40 ; p. 29, 1. 40 ; p. 94, 

1. 17; p. 161, 1. 5; p. 165, 1. 15 
Kirkby, Yorkshire, p. 76, 1. 21 ; p. 102, 

1. 18 (K. South); p. 143, 1. 15 
Kirkby-Irelyth in Furness, Lancashire, 

p. 125, 1. 39 
Kirkby-Marhamdale, K. in Malham- 

dale, Yorkshire, p. 135, 1. 2 
Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland, p. 130, 

1. 16; p. 144,1.5 
Kirkham, Lancashire, p. 15, 1. 13; p. 

68,1.24; p. 89, 1.9 
Kirkham-in-the-Fields, Lancashire, p. 

171, 1. 10 
Kirk Leatham, Yorkshire, p. 138, 1. 2 
Kirkleese, Yorkshire, p. 46, 1. 40 
Knowsley, Liverpool, p. 37, 1. 4 
Knutsford, Knotsford, Nutsford, Che- 
shire, p. 39, 1. 23 ; p. 134, 1. 29 ; p. 

136, L 30 

Lacus Setantiorum (The Lakes), p. 173, 
1.12 



Lambeth, Surrey, p. 11, 1. 14; p. 45, 

h 41 
Lamesby, co. Durham, p. 76, 1. 10 
Lancaster, p. 13, 1. 23 ; p. 41, 1. 45 ; 

p. 94, 1.48; p. 171, 1.38 
Landkey, Lankey, Devonshire, p. 84, 

1. 20 
Landvinium, Montgomeryshire, p. 5, 

1. 18 
Lanebster (?), p. 63, 1. 10 
Langadock, Carmarthenshire, p. 8, 1. 2 ; 

p. 22, 1. 12 
Langer House, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 

45, 1. 46 
Langley, Maidstone, Kent, p. 114, 1. 39 
Langton, Lincolnshire, p. 92, 1. 18 
Langton, Malton, Yorkshire, p. 26, 1. 

40; p. 121,1.34 
Lankey ; see Landkey 
Lansadum (L1-), Carmarthenshire, p. 

86, 1. 27 
Lapidon, Salop, p. 106, 1. 25 
Laughton, Yorkshire, p. 109, 1. 43 
Lavenham, Suffolk, p. 48, 1. 31 ; p. 57, 

1.2 
Lawrence House, Hearsom, Westmor- 
land, p. 34, 1. 32 
Laxfield, Suffolk, p. 57, 1. 18 
Layer-Marney. Essex, p. 77, 1. 45 
Lea, Cheshire, p. 109, 1. 40 
Leamington Hastange (L. Hastings), 

Warwickshire, p. 1, 1. 20 
Leamington Hastings ; see L. Hastange 
Leathley, Yorkshire, p. 115, 1. 11 
Lecconfield (Leek-), Beverley, York- 
shire, p. 93, 1. 39 
Leeds, p. 24, 1. 2 ; p. 46, 1. 1 ; p. 83, 

1. 16; p. 87, 1. 15; p. 101, 1. 16; 

p. 128, 1. 8; p. 130, 1. 37; p. 138, 

1.31; p. 140,1. 17 
Leek(e), Staffordshire, p. 128, 1. 28; 

p. 139, 1. 26 ; p. 143, 1. 25 
Lees Hill, Staffordshire, p. 104, 1. 10 
Leicester, p. 2, 1. 9 ; p. 64, 1. 23 ; p. 72, 

1. 16 ; p. 76, 1. 14 ; p. 78, 1. 18 ; p. 

115,11. 19,47; p. 120,1. 30 
Leigh, Manchester, p. 23, 1. 2 
Leighten(-on) Buzzard, Beds, p. 166, 

1. 4 
Leith, Scotland, p. 83, 1. 29 
Lempster ; see Leominster 
Lemster ; see Leominster 
Lenham, Kent, p. 54, 1. 30 
Leominster, Lempster, Lemster, Here- 
fordshire, p. 26, 1. 44 ; p. 28, 1. 7 
Lestingham, p. 3, 1. 43 
Leverpool ; see Liverpool 
Lichfield, Litchfield, p. 46, 1. 36; p. 

165, 1. 47 
Liddington, Littington, Rutland, p. 34, 

1. 36 ; p. 158, 1. 37 
Lightcliffe, Halifax, Yorkshire, p. 32, 

1. 2 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



263 



Lincoln, p. 47, 1. 10 ; p. 61, 1. 1 ; p. 72, 

1.39; p. 109, 1. 1; p. 115,1.43 
Lindfield, Sussex, p. 112, 1. 42 
Linton, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 18, 1. 40; 

p. 23, 1. 10; p. 65, 1. 14 ; p. 69, 1. 38; 

p. 161, 1, 34 ; p. 162, 1. 25 ; p. 165, 

1.22 
Lisgard ; see Liskeard 
Liskeard, Lisgard, Cornwall, p. 62, 

I. 2 

Lismore, co. Waterford, Ireland, p. 55, 

1.8 
Littington ; see Liddington 
Littlebourne, Kent, p. 122, 1. 25 
Little Bristol, Barbadoes, p. 68, 1. 13 
Liverpool, Leverpool, p. 4, 1. 10; p. 

37, 1. 4; p. 83, 1.29; p. 120, I 2- 

p. 150, 1. 5 
Llandaff, p. 113, 1. 5; p. 126, 11. 26, 

32 
Lland(d)erfel, Merionethshire, p. 165, 

L 29 
Llandegla, Merionethshire, p. 167, 1. 

34 
Llandrillo, Merionethshire, p, 176, 1. 

18 
Llanganafal, Denbighshire, p. 167, 1. 

24 
Llangniven, Denbighshire, p. 132, 1. 

22 
Llangyby, GarnEirvonshire, p. 51, 1. 

23 
Llanidan, Llanjden, Anglesea, p. 171, 

1.34 
Llanilar, Cardiganshire, p. 73, 1. 34 
Llanjden ; see Llanidan 
Llanrath (-rwst), Denbighshire, p. 137, 

1.41 
Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire, p. 89, 1. 5 
Londesborough, Lownsborough, York- 
shire, p. 37, 1. 13; p. 112,1. 12 
London, p. 2, 1. 44 ; p. 5, 11. 28, 35 

p. 6, 1. 40; p. 7, U. 23, 31; p. 11 

II. 10, 22; p. 13, 1. 5; p. 16, 11. 11 
29 ; p. 18, 1. 17 ; p. 19, U. 16, 38 
p. 20, 1. 45; p. 21, 1. 18; p. 25, 11 
14, 40; p. 26, 1. 6; p. 28, 1. 29 
p. 29, 1. 36; p. 30, 11. 24, 32; p. 31 
1. 4; p. 34, 1. 43; p. 35, 11. 4, 7 
p. 37, 1. 20; p. 39, U. 2, 5, 8; p. 40 
1. 24; p. 42, 1. 33; p. 45, 1. 26; p. 49 
1.14; p. 51, 11. 17,33; p. 54, 1.21 
p. 55, U. 5, 15 ; p. 57, 1. 31 ; p. 58 
1. 2 ; p. 59, 1. 6 ; p. 60, 1. 31 ; p. 61 
1. 30; p. 62, 1. 30; p. 63, 1. 26; p 
65, 1.37; p. 68, 1. 41; p. 70, 1.26 
p. 74, U. 12, 16, 18, 41 ; p. 81, 11. 9 
26; p. 83, 11. 8, 25; p. 85, 1. 15 
p. 86, 1. 34 ; p. 89, 1. 37 ; p. 90, 1. 39 
p. 92, 1. 30; p. 94, 11. 25, 36; p. 96 

I. 20; p. 9.7, 1. 34 ; p. 99, 1. 5 ; p. 100, 

II. 12, 39; p. 101, 1. 12 ; p. 102, 1. 35 
p. 103, 1. 18; p. 104, 11. 4, 30; p. 105, 



1. 36; p. 109, 1. 30; p. 110, 1. 37 
p. 112, 1. 30; p. 113, 1. 8; p. 114 

I. 18; p. 115, 1. 36; p. 117, 1. 26 
p. 119, 11. 9, 23 ; p. 121, IL 6, 22 
p. 122, 1. 10; p. 123, 1. 22; p. 124 
L 26; p. 125, 1. 10; p. 127, U. 18, 
33; p. 128, 1. 37; p. 129, U. 19, 41 
45; p. 130, 1. 31; p. 131, L 12; p 
133, 11. 6, 14; p. 135, 1. 39; p. 136 

II. 14, 36; p. 137, 11. 2, 17. 32; p 
139, 1. 13 ; p. 140, L 46 ; p. 141 
11. 5, 32, 39; p. 143, 1. 36; p. 145 

I. 27; p. 146, 11. 13, 22; p. 148, L 19 
p. 149, 1. 5; p. 154, 1. 7; p. 155 

II. 14, 17, 23; p. 156, 1. 32; p. 157 
1. 8 ; p. 158, 11. 6, 41 ; p. 168, L 38 
p. 170, 1. 4; p. 172, 11. 19, 31; p. 
174, 11. 29, 33; p. 175, 11. 14, 22 

London, city of, p. 75, 11. 20, 42 
London localities : — 

Clarkenwell, p. 100, 1. 24 

Islington, p. 31, 1. 15; p. 127, L 
43 

St Andrew's, Holborn, parish of, p. 
168, 1. 16 

St Ann, Westminster, parish of, p. 
173, 1. 40 

St James', parish of, Westminster, 
p. 177, 1. 23 

St Margaret's, Westminster, parish 
of, p. 176, 1. 35 

St Martin in the Fields, parish of, 
p. 175, 1. 34 

Wapping, p. 123, 1. 36 
Longden, Salop, p. 93, L 32 
Longdon Abbey, Dover, p. 33, L 29 
Longmire, Foreness (Fur-) Fell, Lanca- 
shire, p. 163, 1. 13 
Loughborough, Leicestershire, p. 116, 

1. 16; p. 170,1.25 
Lowdham, Notts, p. 78, 1. 34 
Lowdon, Yorkshire, p. 4, 1. 17 
Lowes, Eadnor, p. 14, 1. 28 
Lowestoft, Suffolk, p. 130, 1. 4 
Lowth(e), Lincolnshire, p. 17, U. 18, 

22 
Lowther, Westmorland, p. 61, 1. 34 
Lund, Ulverston, Lancashire, p. 18, 

1.24 
Luton, Beds, p. 164, 1. 25 
Lutterworth, Leicestershire, p. 125, 

1. 17 
Lyddington, Cheshire, p. 48, 1. 22 
Lymm, Nutsford (Kn-), Cheshire, p. 39, 

1. 23 ; p. 136, 1. 30 
Lynn Regis, p. 83, 1. 46 ; p. 100, L 39 ; 

p. 120, 1. 25 

Macclesfield, p. 58, L 22 
Machynlleth, Machylleth, Montgome- 

ryshire, p. 22, 1. 8 ; p. 43, 1. 19 
Maenan, Carnarvonshire, p. 148, 1. 37 ; 

p. 156, 1. 39 



264 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Maidstone, Kent, p. 13, 1. 2; p, 114, 

1. 39 
Maiden; see Maulden 
Malton, Yorkshire, p. 26,1. 40; p, 121, 

1.2 
Manchester, p. 4, 1. 2; p. 50, 1. 27; 

p. 57, 1. 5; p. 62, 11. 37, 40; p. 71, 

1. 22; p. 78, 1. 42; p. 84, 1. 32; 

p. 88, 1. 17; p. 105, 1. 17; p. 115, 

1.4 
Mansfield, Notts, p. 33, 1. 33 ; p. 49, 1. 

27; p. 90,1. 16 
Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts, p. 52, 1. 

23; p. 169, 1.31 
March, Doddington, Isle of Ely, Cam- 
bridgeshire, p. 43, 1. 2; p. 97, 1. 48 
Marden, Kent, p. 147, 1. 26 
Margate, Isle of Thanet, Kent, p. 25, 

1.34 
Mark Hall, Essex, p. 2, 1. 34 
Market Drayton, Salop, p. 170, 1, 22 
Marlborough, "Wilts, p. 6, 1. 44; p. 35, 

1. 16; p. 53, 1. 36; p. 84, 1. 27; 

p. 85, 1. 36; p. 87, 1. 22; p. 108, 

1. 11; p. 110, 1. 31; p. 129, 1. 12; 

p. 137, 1. 24; p. 148, 1. 7; p. 173, 1. 

27 
Marnhull, Dorsetshire, p. 162, 1. 4 
Marsden, Ahnondbury, Yorkshire, p. 

54, 1. 15 
Marsden, Colne, Lancashire, p. 121, 

1. 37 
Marsh GhappeU, Lincolnshire, p. 72, 

1.22 
Marston Montgomery, Derbyshire, p. 

94, 1. 28 
Martin(g)dale, Westmorland, p. 58, 

1.16 
Marton, Burlington, Yorkshire, p. 26, 

1. 32; p. 65, 1. 41 

— Lancashire, p. 159, 1. 23 

— Long, Westmorland, p. 159, 1, 12 
Mashfield, p. 42, 1. 36 

Maulden, Maiden, Beds, p. 30, 1. 17; 

p. 138,1.28; p. 147,1. 29 
Maxey, Northamptonshire, p. 47, 1. 

38 
Mear, Staffordshire, p. 57, 1. 34 
Meath, county of {Comitatus Mediensis) , 

Ireland, p. 5, 1. 6 
Melbourne, Cambridgeshire, p. 117, 

1.4 
Melford, Suffolk, p. 10, 11. 18, 19 
Melling, Lancashire, p. 93, 1. 43; p. 

98, 1. 32 
Melsonby, Bichmond, Yorkshire, p. 52, 

1.40 
Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, p. 26, 

1. 36; p. 30, 1. 12 
Melton, Suffolk, p. 106, 1. 5 
Menevia; see S. David's 
Mere, Wilts, p. 131, 1. 16; p. 167, 

1.43 



Merebeck (?), Yorkshire, p. 158, 1. 10 
Merionethshire, p. 51, 1. 29; p. 55, 
1. 39; p. 165, 1. 28; p. 167, 1. 33; 
p. 173, h 1; p. 175, 1. 9 
Merton, Devonshire, p. 6, 1. 6 
Methley, Yorkshire, p. 170, 1. 17 
Micklethwait, Bingley, Yorkshire, p. 

23, 1. 36 
Middleham, Eichmondshire, York- 
shire, p. 66, 1. 31 ; p. 108, 1. 8 
Middleton, Lancashire, p. 15, 1. 21 

— Westmorland, p. 172, 1. 4 

— Leeds, Yorkshire, p. 57, 1. 27 
Midd(l)ewich, Middle Wyche, Cheshire, 

p. 10, 1. 26; p. 43, 1. 9; p. 101, 1. 

29 
Midghole, Yorkshire, p. 105, 1, 26 
Midlothian, Scotland, p. 141, 1. 35 
Milbeck, Sedbergh, Yorkshire, p. 31, 

1. 39 
Mildenhall, Suffolk, p. 15, 1. 2 

— Wilts, p. 93, 1. 4 

Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, p. 81, 

1. 30 
Milste(a)d, Kent, p. 102, 1. 42 
Min(e)head, Somersetshire, p. 133, 1. 

27 
Mirfield, Yorkshire, p. 47, 1. 6 
Mitton, Yorkshire, p. 146, 1. 26 
Modbury, Devonshire, p. 87, 1. 42 
Monaghan, Ireland, p. 68, 1. 18 
Monckton (Moun-), Deverill, Wilts, p. 

65, 1. 7 
Monk Friston, Pontefract, Yorkshire, 

p. 13, 1. 11 
Monk Haselden, Monkhesleton, co. 

Durham, p. 94, 1. 44 
Montfort, Salop, p. 112, 1. 45; p. 134, 

1. 20 
Montgomery, county of, p. 5, 1. 17; 

p. 46, 1. 30; p. 49, 1. 32; p. 67, 

1.16; p. 162,1. 41; p. 165, 1.2 
Montserrat, island of, p. 107, 1. 27 ; p. 

154, 1. 19 
Moor Mounton (Normanton ?), p, 56, 

1. 31 
Moorhouse, Houghton le Spring, Dur- 
ham, p. 32, 1. 31 
Moortown, Yorkshire, p. 119, 1. 27 
Morden, Cambridgeshire, p. 137, 1. 10 
More Monckton, York, p. 38, 1. 14; p. 

86, 1. 42 
Moreton, Salop, p. 119, 1. 34 
Morpeth, Northumberland, p. 69, 1. 

42; p. 169,1. 14 
Morton, Derbyshire, p. 53, 1. 11 

— Salop, p. 58, 1. 37 
Moulsey, Surrey, p. 40, 1. 13 
Moulsoo (-oe), Newport, Bucks, p. 25, 

1.6 

Moulton (?), Bichmondahire, York- 
shire, p. 62, 1. 12 

Mountgate, York, p. 9, 1. 18 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



265 



Mounton, Pembroke, p. 25, 1. 26 
Mounton Deverell ; see Monckton D. 
Mount Parke, Wensley, Yorkshire, p. 

84, 1. 16 
Muckruss (-ross), co. Kerry, Ireland, p. 

116,1.41; p. 129,1. 8 
Munden, Herts, p. 59, 1. 23 
Muston, Leicestershire, p. 105, 1. 14 
Muston, HoUingby (Hunmanby ?), 

Yorkshire, p. 31, 1. 31; p. 152, 1. 

22 

Nackington, Kent, p. 141, L 28 
Nanteos, Cardiganshire, p. 36, 1. 5 
Neath, Glamorganshire, p. 92, 1. 24 
Netherbury, Eotherbury, Bridport, 

Dorset, p. 50, 1. 39 
Netherton, Yorkshire, p. 65, 1. 27 
Newall (?), Cheshire, p. 75, 11. 28, 32 
Newark, Notts, p. 54, 1. 7; p. 60, 1. 
23; p. 66, 1. 35; p. 88, 1. 13; p. 132, 
1.28 
Newbald, Yorkshire, p. 43, 1. 29 
Newbiggin, Cumberland (? Westmor- 
land), p. 136, 1. 18 
Newbottle, Northamptonshire, p. 39, 

1. 27 
Newcastle on Tyne, p. 19, 1. 42; p. 
24, 1. 15; p. 30, 1. 8; p. 33, 1. 37; 
p. 49, 1. 10; p. 60, 11. 34, 37, 40; 
p. 63, 1. 23; p. 66, 1. 6; p. 73, 1. 18; 
p. 91, 1. 34; p. 103, 1. 30; p. 134, 
1. 40; p. 137,1. 28; p. 138,1.6 
Newcourt, co. Brecon, p. 169, 1. 10 
New Kent, county of, Virginia, Ame- 
rica, p. 38, 1. 40 
New Place, Hertfordshire, p. 173, 1. 

24 
Newport, Bucks, N. Pagnal, Pagnell, 
p. 12, 1. 29; p. 25, 1. 6; p. 52, 1. 30; 
p. 117, 1. 18 

— Essex, p. 21, 1. 2 

— Salop, p. 128, 1. 44 

Newton, Northumberland, p. 131, 1. 
26 

— Warrington, Lancashire, p. 124, 
1.22 

— Warwickshire, p. 158, 1. 13 
Neyland, Nay-, Suffolk, p. Ill, 1. 35 
Nidderdale, Yorkshire, p. 130, 1. 12 
Nithsdale, Scotland, p. 74, 1. 2 
Normanby, Lincolnshire, p. 63, 1. 13 
Normanton, South, Chesterfield, p. 52, 

1.36; p. 159,1. 9 

— Rutland, p. 56, 1. 39 
Northallerton (N. Allerton), York- 
shire, p. 44, 1. 34; p. 76, 1. 10 

Northampton {Antona), p. 21, 1. 13; 
p. 22, 1. 16; p. 37, 1. 48; p. 128, 1. 
15 

North Cemey, N. Sanew, Gloucester- 
shire, p. 110, 1. 17 

North Crawley, Bucks, p. 95, 11. 5, 8 



Northiam, Sussex, p. 23, 1. 17 
North Leverton, Notts, p. 19, 1. 34 
North-perrot (N. Perrott), Somerset, p. 

124, 1. 8 
North Sanew ; see North Cemey 
Northwyche, Cheshire, p. 10, 1. 48 
Norwich, p. 26, 1. 2; p. 94, 1. 2; p. 

120, 1. 18; p. 149, 1. 23; p. 164, 

1.46 
Nottingham, p. 3, 1. 33; p. 7, 1. 16; 

p. 32, 1. 17; p. 80, 1. 9; p. 85, 1. 43; 

p. 89, 1. 33 
Nutsford ; see Knutsford 

Oakford, Devon, p. 49, 1. 40; p. 142, 

1.34 
Oakham, Okeham, Eutlandshire, p. 

12, 1. 14; p. 66, 1. 21; p. 163, 1. 31; 

p. 176, 1. 30 
Odell, Bedfordshire, p. 172, 1. 11 
Offerton, Cheshire, p. 89, 1. 2 
Offord Darcy, Hunts, p. 8, 1. 37; p. 

24, 1. 22 
Old Cleeve, Oldclive, Somersetshire, 

p. 110, 1. 25 
Oldclive ; see Old Cleeve 
Onibury, Owlbury, Salop, p. 115, 

1. 8 
Orgrave (Youlgrave ?), p. 77, 1. 1 
' Oriundus ex Agro Northumbriensi,' p. 

68, 1. 13 
Ormskirk, Lancashire, p. 153, 1. 10; 

p. 167, 1. 9 
Osborne, Yorkshire, p. 44, 1. 43 
Osset, Wakefield, Yorkshire, p. 124, 1. 

44; p. 175, 1.27 
Otford, Chester, p. 17, 1. 41 
Ot(te)ley, Yorkshire, p. 45, 1. 33 
Over Cotton, Leeke, Staffordshire, p. 

139, 1. 26 
Over Hall, Thornton, Lancashire, p. 

100, 1. 16 
Over Standon, Beds, p. 126, 1. 6 
Overton, Flint, p. 2, 1. 33 
Ower Moigne, Dorsetshire, p. 141, 1. 

8; p. 168,1. 26 
Owlbury ; see Onibury 
Oxford, p. 56, 1. 36; p. 58, 1. 24 

Packington, Leicestershire, p. 144, 

1. 1 
Pakingham, Pakenham, Suffolk, p. 8, 

1. 33; p. 31, 1. 24 
Papworth St Agnes, Cambs, p. 48, 1. 

37 
Pat(e)ley Bridge, Rip(p)on, Yorkshire, 

p. 118, 1. 30 
Patrick Brompton, Yorkshire, p. 86, 1. 

14 
Patricksboume, Kent, p. 124, 1. 33 
Paxton, Great, Hunts, p. 135, 1. 20 
Peale, Lancashire, p. 17, 1. 25 
Pearith; see Penrith 



266 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



Peckham, Kent, p. 164, 1. 34 
Peilton Banks, Alnwick, Northumber- 
land, p. 112, 1. 27 
Pembroke, p. 12, 1. 18; p. 25, 1. 26; 

p. 36, 1. 21; p. 38, 1. 33; p. 81, 1. 

34 
Pembrokeshire, p. 81, 11. 30, 34; p. 

86, 1. 17; p. 89, 1. 5: p. 142, 1. 20; 

p. 155, 1. 28; p. 157, 1. 15 
Penmynydd, Anglesea, p. 173, 1. 5 
Pennington, Lancashire, p. 79, 1. 4 
Pennistone, Yorkshire, p. 92, 1. 8 
Penrith, Pearith, Penreth, Cumber- 
land, p. 9, 1. 29; p. 68, 1. 35; p. 87, 

1. 26; p. 130, 1. 1; p. 138, 1. 13 
Pen- Sel wood, Pens-Elwood, Somerset, 

p. 43, 1. 16 
Perth, county of, p. 143, 1. 41 
Peterborough, p. 11, 11. 18, 46; p. 62, 

1. 27; p. 93, 1. 36; p. 107, 1. 5; p. 

112, 1. 34; p. 122, 1. 2; p. 140, 1. 20; 

p. 142, 1. 48; p. 157, 1. 39; p. 163, 

1.9 
Petersfield, Hants, p. 20, 1. 36 
Petersham, Surrey, p. 146, 1. 36 
Petham, Kent, p. 146, 1. 5 
Petton, Salop, p. 119, 1. 38 
Petworth, Sussex, p. 119, 1. 19 
Pewley ; see Pewsey 
Pewsey, Pewley, Wilts, p. 70, 1. 40; p. 

104, 1. 7 
Pickering, Malton, Yorkshire, p. 121, 

1.2 
Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, p. Ill, 1. 45 
Pinfield; see Binfield 
Place-Nowith (Plas Newydd), Denbigh, 

p. 2, 1. 25 
Pluckley, Kent, p. 134, 1. 7 
Plymouth, p. 85, 1. 18 
Pocklington, Poc-, Yorkshire, p. 21, 

1. 22; p. 31, 1. 11; p. 109, 1. 8; 

p. 124,1. 30; p. 143,1. 18 
Polstead, Suffolk, p. 4, 1. 14; p. 58, 1. 

40 
Pomfret ; see Pontefract 
'Pomoeria Westmonasterii,' p. 62, 

1.5 
Pontefract, Pomfret, Yorkshire, p. 13, 

1. 11; p. 32, 1. 21; p. 38, 1. 17; p. 

102, 1. 15; p. 130, 1. 28; p. 160, 1. 

25 
Poodell, Threshfield, Yorkshire, p. 58, 

1.8 
Portbury, Somersetshire, p. 113, 1. 21 
Portlade, Sussex, p. 152, 1. 41 
Port Royal, Jamaica, p. 81, 1. 22 
Portsmouth (Partum Magnum), p. 23, 

1. 14 
Portum Magnum; see Portsmouth 
Potterspury, Northamptonshire, p. 

140, 1. 13 
Prestcliff, Bakewell, Derbyshire, p. 80, 

1.5 



Preston, Lancashire, p. 9, 11. 2, 6; 
p. 14, 1. 32; p. 26, 1. 14; p. 38, 
1. 36; p. 59, 1. 8; p. 71, 1. 26; p. 87, 
1. 37; p. 120,1. 40 

— Rutland, p. 38, 1. 29; p. 172, 1. 1 
Preston Brockhurst, Salop, p. 124, 1. 

2; p. 131,1. 2; p. 147, 1. 35 
Prestwick(-h), Lancashire, p. 15, 1. 25 
Putney, Surrey, p. 93, 1. 26 

Quainton, Ailesbury, p. 8, 1. 17 

Quarnby; see Queensbury 

Queen(i)borough, Leicestershire, p. 71, 
1.14 

Queenby; see Queensbury 

Queensbury, Quarnby, Queenby, Hali- 
fax, Yorkshire, p. 33, 1. 4 

Quellyn, Carnarvon, p. 10, 1. 34 

Rackheath, Norfolk, p. 9, 1. 10 
Radnor, p. 14, 1. 28 
Ramsgate, Kent, p. 132, 1. 9 
Raynor, Derbyshire, p. 59, 1. 20 
Redford (-t-), Notts, p. 25, 1. 10; p. 

134, 1. 4 
Redgrave, Suffolk, p. 26, 1. 5 
Redkar, Cleaveland, Yorkshire, p. 61, 

1.5 
Reeth (?), Yorkshire, p. 134, 1. 37 
'Regnum Galliae,' p. 7, n. 1 
Repington ; see Repton 
Repton, Repington, Derbyshire, p. 122, 

1. 21 
Ribchester, Preston, Lancashire, p. 38, 

1.36; p. 44, 1. 15 
Richmond, Surrey, p. 20, 1. 24 

— Yorkshire, p. 14, 1. 48; p. 42, 
1. 22; p. 43, 1. 39; p. 44, 1. 40; p. 
52, 1. 40; p. 64, 1. 40; p. 65, 1. 31; 
p. 150, 1. 13 

Richmondshire, p. 42, 1. 21; p. 43, 

1. 39; p. 44, 1. 40; p. 52, 1. 40; 

p. 62, 1. 12; p. 64, 1. 39; p. 65, 

1. 31; p. 66, 1. 31; p. 70, 1. 43; 

p. 84, 1. 17; p. 91, 1. 9; p. 97, 1. 24; 

p. 108, 1. 7; p. 121, 1. 33; p. 125, 

1. 20; p. 151, 1. 8; p. 154, 1. 3; p. 

161, 1. 37; p. 168, 1. 34 
Ringwo(u)ld, Dover, Kent, p. 133, 1. 

38 
Ripe (Ry-), Sussex, p. 140, 1. 32 
Ripley, Yorkshire, p. 89, 1. 20 
Rip(p)on, Yorkshire, p. 70, 1. 34; 

p. 82, 1. 16; p. 86, 1. 11; p. 100, 

1. 20; p. 118, 1. 30; p. 127, 1. 29 
Risley, Trisley, Derbyshire, p. Ill, 

1.4 
Rivenal; see Rivenhall 
Rivenhall, Rivenal, Witham, Essex, p. 

59, 1. 39 
Rivington, Chorlay (-ey), Lancashire, 

p. 121, 1. 31 
Rochdale, Lancashire, p. 22, 1. 20; 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



267 



p. 72, 1. 33; p. 81, 1. 12; p. 91, 1. 2; 
p. 109, 1. 11 
Eochester, p. 36, 1. 24; p. 41, 1. 32; 
p. 99, 1. 37; p. 108, 1. 27; p. 134, 
1.11 
Koger-Ridding, Hawxstead (Hawks- 
head), Lancashire, p. 61, 1. 14 
Eolleston, Leicestershire, p. 120, 1. 6 
Eoss, Herefordshire, p. 86, 1. 8 
Rothbery (-bur-), Northumberland, p. 

69, 1. 46 
Eotheram, Yorkshire, p. 48, 1. 34 
Eothersbridge, Sussex, p. 66, 1. 45 
Eougham, Suffolk, p. 74, 1. 31 
Eoyston, Herts, p. 32, 1. 1; p. 107, 
1.9 
— Yorkshire, p. 154, 1. 39 
Eoyton, Lancashire, p. 159, 1. 45 
Eumsey (Eom-), Hampshire, p. 46, 1. 

45 
Eussop; see Euswarp 
Euswarp, Eussop, Yorkshire, p. 10, 1. 

12 
Rutherbury; see Netherbury 
Euthin, Euthen, Euthwyn, Denbigh- 
shire, p. 6, 1. 26; p. 65, 1. 4; p. 
119, 1. 5 ; p. 164, 1. 1 ; p. 166, 1. 16 
Eye, Sussex, p. 170, 1. 44 
Eyegate (Eei-), Surrey, p. 32, 1. 10 
Eyton, Durham, p. 63, 1. 29 

Saddleworth, Yorkshire, p. 172, 1. 27 
St Asaph, diocese of, p. 59, 1. 35; p. 

167, 1. 34 
St Christopher, island of, p. 127, 1. 25 ; 

p. 151, 1. 16 
St David's (Menevia), p. 155, 1. 29 ; p. 

157, 1. 15 
St David's, diocese of, p. 73, 11. 34, 35 
St Ives, Hunts, p. 15, 1. 10; p. 109, 

1.14 
St James, Westminster, parish of, p. 

76, 1. 37 
St Kevern, Helstone, Cornwall, p. 164, 

1.38 
St Margaret's, Atcliff (At Cliff), Dover, 

p. 52, 1. 33 
St Michael's, Lancashire, p. 174, 1. 6 
St Neots, Hunts, p. 76, 1. 2 
Salisbury, p. 61, 1. 23; p. 86, 1. 2 
Salmondby, Lincolnshire, p. 163, 1. 28 
Saltby, Leicestershire, p. 49, 1. 7 
Sandhurst, Kent, p. 101, 1. 25 
Sandwich, -ych, Kent, p. 9, 1. 44; p. 12, 

1. 36; p. 18, 1. 7; p. 46, 1. 22; p. 82, 

1.25 
Satterthwait, Furness Fells, Lanca- 
shire, p. 71, 1. 9 
Scampston, Yorkshire, p. 145, 1. 23 ; 

p. 155, 1. 6 
Scarborough, Yorkshire, p. 59, 1. 32 
Scarle, South, South-searl, Newark, 

Notts, p. 42, 1. 29 



Scawby, Lincolnshire, p. 59, 1. 17 
Scothill, Wakefield, Yorkshire, p. 36, 

1.40 
Scotland, p. 74, 1. 2; p. 141, 1. 35; p. 
143, 1. 41; p. 144, 1. 27; p. 159, 
1. 40 
Seckington, Warwickshire, p. 151, 1. 

12 
Sedbergh, Sedberg, Yorkshire, p. 19, 
1. 4; p. 24, 1. 19 ; p. 31, 1. 39 ; p. 33, 
1. 9 ; p. 50, 1. 13 ; p. 74, 1. 25 ; p. 79, 
1. 25 ; p. 97, 11. 6, 21 ; p. 106, 1. 29 ; 
p. 108, 1. 2 ; p. 130, 1. 21 ; p. 135, 
1. 35 ; p. 137, 1. 20 ; p. 156, 1. 4 ; p. 172, 
1. 15 
Selby, Yorkshire, p. 123, 1. 26 
Selside, Westmorland, p. 66, 1. 38 
Settle, Yorkshire, p. 37, 1. 36 
Shap, Westmorland, p. 176, L 40 
Shapwick, Dorsetshire, p. 96, 1. 28 
Sharpinhoe, Bedfordshire, p. 91, 1. 17 
Shawdon, Northumberland, p. 147, 1. 

22 
Shaw-Hall, Lancashire, p. 99, 1. 2 
Sheen, Staffordshire, p. 154, 1. 16 
Sheffield, p. 16, 1. 22 ; p. 41, 1. 36 ; p. 
44, 11. 28, 31 ; p. 48, 1. 43 ; p. 52, 1. 11 
p. 57, 1. 44 ; p. 58, 1. 19 ; p. 59. 1. 14 
p. 60, 1. 20 ; p. 78, 1. 38 ; p. 95, 1. 29 
p. 99, 1. 34; p. 127, 1. 22; p. 171, 
1. 30 
Shenfield, Essex, p. Ill, 1. 22 
Shenton, Notts, p. 78, 1. 34 
Sherbourne, Sherbum, Shirbourne, 
Yorkshire, p. 48, 1. 10; p. 52, 1. 43; 
p. 75, 1. 13 ; p. 134, 1. 26 
Shiffnal, Salop, p. 73, 1. 15 
Shoreham, Kent, p. 141, 1. 12; p. 161, 

1.9 
Shotisham (-esham), Norfolk, p. 149, 

1. 11 
Shrewsbury, p. 5, 1. 25; p. 8, 1. 10; 
p. 19, 11. 20, 27, 31 ; p. 27, 1. 45 ; 
p. 28, 1. 11 ; p. 41, 1. 42 ; p. 42, 11. 16, 
19 ; p. 47, 1. 13 ; p. 55, 1. 44 ; p. 56, 
1. 17 ; p. 57, 1. 21 ; p. 64, 1. 34 ; p. 70, 
1. 13; p. 99, 1. 18; p. 139, 1. 23; p. 
156, 1. 8 
Silsden, Yorkshire, p. 55, 1. 33 
Silsoe, Beds, p. 138, 1. 28 ; p. 147, 1. 

29 
Sittingboume, Kent, p. 73, 1. 12 
Skibden ; see Skipton 
Skipton, Skipton in Craven, Skibden, 
Yorkshire, p. 5, 1. 2 ; p. 8, 1, 13; 
p. 9, 1. 33 ; p. 18, 1. 40 ; p. 23, 11. 10, 
30; p. 28, 1. 25; p. 41, 1. 4; p. 46, 
1. 47; p. 80, 1. 26; p. 118, 1. 34; p. 
126, 1. 12 ; p. 133, 1. 31 
Skirding, Yorkshire, p. 2, 1. 40 
Sladboum, Sladbom, Yorkshire, p. 73, 

1. 31 ; p. 107, 1. 18 ; p. 150, 1. 9 
Sleeford, Slea-, Lincolnshire, p. 25, 



268 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



1. 23 ; p. 50, 1. 31 ; p. 62, 1. 8 ; p. 53, 

1. 7 ; p. 173, 1. 36 
Slinfold, Sussex, p. 80, 11. 40, 43 
Smithes, Yorkshire, p. 36, 1. 33 
Snairholme, Yorkshire, p. 106, 1. 33 
Snaisholme, Aysgarth, Yorkshire, p. 91, 

1. 9 
Snape, Yorkshire, p. 51, 1. 36 
Snowhill, Cambridgeshire, p. 13, 1. 40 
SobertoD, Somersetshire, p. 123, 1. 1 
Solihull, Solyhul, Solyhull, Warwick- 
shire, p. 101, 1. 44; p. 106, 1. 22 

{bis) 
Souldrop, Beds, p. 124, 1. 36 
Sourby; see Sowerby 
Southam, Warwickshire, p. 3, 1. 16 
South Carolina, America, p. 172, 1. 34 
Southchurch, Essex, p. 139, 1. 5 
Southill, Beds, p. 47, 1. 19 
South Normanton ; see Normanton, 

South 
South-searl; see Scarle, South 
Southwark, Surrey, p. 43, 1. 33 ; p. 85, 

1. 25 ; p. 148, 1. 22 ; p. 157, 1. 32 
Southwell, Notts, p. 30, 1. 38 ; p. 37, 

1. 45 ; p. 47, 1. 32 ; p. 50, 1. 9; p. 75, 

1. 6 ; p. 80, 1. 29 (bis) ; p. 101, 1. 36 ; 

p. 106, 1. 15; p. 116, 1. 12; p. 119, 

1. 16 ; p. 147, 1. 31 ; p. 148, 1. 2 ; 

p. 158, 1. 17; p. 167, 1. 17; p. 175, 

1.18 
Southwick, Durham, p. 157, 1. 26 
— Northamptonshire, p. 51, 1. 14 
Sowerby, Sourby, Yorkshire, p. 97, 1. 2 ; 

p. 99, 1. 26 
Soyland ; see Hoyland 
Spain, p. 157, 1. 12 
Spalding(e), Lincolnshire, p. 8, 1. 25 ; 

p. 25, 1. 2; p. 30, 1. 35; p. 47, 1. 23; 

p. 100,1. 4; p. 106,1.42 
SpUsby, Lincolnshire, p. 70, 1. 17 
Spoondon (Spon-), Derbyshire, p. 129, 

1.2 
Spring, Vermont, America, p. 127, 1. 

14 
Sprotborough, Doncaster, Yorkshire, 

p. 25, 1. 18 
Stackington (Hackington, St Ste- 
phen's ?), Kent, p. 145, 1. 42 
Staffield, Cumberland, p. 48, 1. 28 
Staffold, Cumberland, p. 6, 1. 12 
Stafford, p. 21, 1. 26; p. 135, 1. 31; 

p. 138, 1. 24 
Stainton Gap, Stanten G., Ulverstone, 

Lancashire, p. 28, 1. 2; p. 50, 1. 2 
Stamford, Lincolnshire, p. 8, 1. 44 ; 

p. 13, 11. 27, 32 ; p. 21, 1. 37; p. 42, 

1.3 
Stanbourn, Essex, p. 47, 1. 29 
Standish, Wigan, Lancashire, p. 7, 

1. 11 
Stanground, Peterborough, p. 112, 1. 

34 



Stannerdine, Shrewsbury, p. 19, 1. 27 
Stanningfield, Suffolk, p. 85, 1. 33 
Stansfield, Halifax, Yorkshire, p. 33 

1. 24 
Stanton, Derbyshire, p. 77, 1. 5 ; p. 81 

1. 38 

— Northumberland, p. 5, 1. 15 
Stanway, Stannaway, Stanneway, Es 

sex, p. 68, 1. 38 ; p. 98, 1. 40 ; p. 159 

1. 37 
Staple, Sandwich, Kent, p. 9, 1. 44 

p. 106, 1. 18 ; p. 115, 1. 27 
Staveley, Derbyshire, p. 100, 1. 1 ; p, 

113, 1. 19 
StUlingfleet, Yorkshire, p. 47, 1. 4 ; p 

170, 1. 7 
Stirkhouse, Gisbourne, Yorkshire, p 

42, 1. 10 
Stirmister (-urmin-), Dorsetshire, p. 21 

1. 29 
Stittenham, Yorkshire, p. 22, 1. 40 
Stockport, Cheshire, p. 56, 11, 5, 8 

p. 109, 1. 24 
Stockton, Durham, p. 32, 1. 13 
Stogumber, Stokegomer, Somerset, p 

39, 1. 39 
Stoke- (Stoak) Lane, Somerset, p. 67 

1. 23 
Stoke near Chester, p. 55, 1. 37 
Stoke, Northamptonshire, p. 91, 1. 43 

— Salop, p. 62, 1, 38 

— Surrey, p. 102, 1. 25 
Stokegomer; see Stogumber 
Stokesley in Cleveland, Yorkshire, p. 

165, 1. 42 
Stone, Staffordshire, p. 143, 1. 45 
Stone-raise, Wigtowne, Cumberland, 

p. 19, 1. 8 
Storston, Suffolk (Starston, Norfolk?), 

p. 110, 1. 10 
Storthwate, Yorkshire, p. 53, 1. 20 
Stour, West, West Tower, Dorsetshire, 

p. 117, 1. 43 
Stourbridge, Worcestershire, p. 115, 

1. 23 
Stourton (Wilts), p. 98, 1. 16 
Stowmarket, Suffolk, p. 79, 1. 31 
Strand (?), Derbyshire, p. 92, 1. 15 
Stratford, Suffolk, p. 92, 1. 2 
Streatham, Croydon, Surrey, p. 119, 

1. 47; p. 130, L 25 
Streatley, Luton, Beds, p. 164, 1. 25 
Stretham, Cambridgeshire, p. 149, 1. 

19 
Stroud (-ood), Kent, p. 50, 1. 6 ; p. 71, 

1. 2 
Sturry, Kent, p. 151, 1. 27 
Sturston, Suffolk, p. 42, 1. 7 
Sturton, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, 

p. 24, 1. 6 
Sudbury, Suffolk, p. 64, 1. 2 
Sunderland, p. 155, 11. 43, 47 
Sundri(d)ge, Kent, p. 103, 1. 15 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



269 



Sunning, Suning, Berks, p. 52, 1. 5 
Sutton, Staffordshire, p. 18, 1, 48 

— Yorkshire, p. 5, 1. 32 
Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire, p. 

63, 1. 7 ; p. 83, 1. 38 
Swanwick, Derbyshire, p. 102, 1. 2 
Swath (Wath?), Yorkshire, p. 90, 1. 43 
Swift, Cranbrook, Kent, p. 55, 1. 2 
Synderland, Bowdon, Cheshire, p. 36, 

1.13 

Tadcaster, Yorkshire, p. 86, 1. 23 
Tamworth, p. 140, 1. 35 
Tarporley, Cheshire, p. 116, 1. 36 
Tatham, Lancaster, p. 13, 11. 23, 36 
Taunton, Somerset, p. 129, 1. 26 
Tavistock, Devonshire, p. 143, 1. 29 
Tedbury; see Tetbury 
Teesdale, Teesdal (Tideswell ?), Derby- 
shire, p. 63, 1. 4 ; p. 64, L 27 
Tenby, Tenbury, p. 86, 1. 17 ; p. 142, 

1.20 
Terrington, Norfolk, p. 162, 1. 17 
Teston, Maidstone, Kent, p. 13, 1. 2 
Tetbury, Ted-, Gloucestershire, p. 103, 

1.34 
Thanet, Isle of, Kent, p. 25, 1. 34 ; p. 

136, 1. 5 ; p. 161, 1. 13 
The Lakes (Locus Setantiorum), p. 173, 

1. 11 
Thicket, Wheldrake, Yorkshire, p. 46, 

1.41 
Thirsk, Thursk, Thusk, Yorkshire, p. 

95, 1. 38; p. 105, 1. 43; p. 128, 1. 

24 
Thistleton, Eutlandshire, p. 153, 1. 16 
Thomey, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, 

p. 69, 1.30; p. 81, 1. 4 
Thornton, Pocklington, Yorkshire, p. 

145, 1. 38 
Thornton, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 9, 

1. 33 

— Lancashire, p. 100, 1. 17 

— Yorkshire, p. 159, 1. 6 
Thornton Watlass, Yorkshire, p. 125, 

1.20 

Thorp, Yorkshire, p. 105, 1. 29 ; p. 126, 
1. 12; p. 132,1.25 

Thorpe- Melsworth (Malzor), North- 
amptonshire, p. 77, 1. 26 

Thorpe (Acre), Loughborough, Leices- 
tershire, p. 116, 1. 16 

Thorpe, Uppingham, Rutland, p. 38, 
1.24 

— Yorkshire, p. 108, 1. 37 
Threapland, Yorkshire, p. 11, 1. 33 
Threshfield, Yorkshire, p. 58, 1. 8 ; p. 

65, 1. 11 
Thrushes, Sutton, Yorkshire, p. 5, 1. 

32 
Thruxton, Hereford, p. 18, 1. 20 
Thurcaston, Leicestershire, p. 162, 1. 

29 



Thurnscoe, Yorkshire, p. 73, 1. 28 

Thurstaston, Thurstanton, Thurteston, 
Cheshire, p. 41, 1. 39; p. 58, 1. 12 

Thurteston ; see Thurstaston 

Thusk ; see Thirsk 

Thwaitehead, Lancashire, p. 101, 1. 8 

Tichencoat ; see Tickencote 

Tickencote, Tichencoat, Rutlandshire, 
p. 80, 1. 23 

Tideswell, Tidswell, Derbyshire {?), p. 
63, 1. 4 ; p. 67, 1. 13 

Tilney, Norfolk, p. 3, 1. 5 ; p. 35, 1. 24 

Tinwell, Rutland, p. 101, 1. 41 

Tipton, Wolverhampton, p. 17, 1. 14 

Tissington, Derbyshire, p. 169, 1. 38 

Titley, Herefordshire, p. 102, 1. 32 

Tonbridge, Tunbridge, Kent, p. 2, 1. 29 ; 
p. 6, 1. 20 ; p. 38, 1. 4 ; p. 39, 1. 15 ; 
p. 62, 1. 15; p. 67, 1.27 

Tooting, Surrey, p. 90, 1. 13 

Topcroft, Norfolk, p. 120, 1. 22; p. 156, 
1.21 

Tostock, Suffolk, p. 18, 1. 14 

Tottenham, Middlesex, p. 123, 1. 7 

Trallwng, Trallong, Tralong, Breck- 
nockshire, p. 169, 1. 27 

Tresswell, Bedford (-t-), Notts, p. 25, 
1. 11 

Trimdon, Durham, p. 90, 1. 36 

Trimmingam, Halifax, Yorkshire, p. 
33, 1. 20 

Trisley ; see Risley 

Truro, p. 103, 1. 25 

Trwsdaugoed (Traws-), Carnarvon- 
shire, p. 105, 1. 19 

Tupton (?Tapton), Derbyshire, p. 74, 
1. 9 

Turvey, Beds, p. 27, 1. 42 

Twickenham, Middlesex, p. 152, 1. 5 

Ulcombe, Utcomb, Kent, p. 151, 1. 35 
Ulverston, Ulverstone, Lancashire, p. 

18, 1. 24 ; p. 28, 1. 2 ; p. 50, 1. 2 
Unerigg, Cumberland, p. 88, 1. 26 
Uppingham, p. 29, 1. 48 ; p. 38, 1. 24 ; 

p. 159, 1. 34 
Upton, Hunts, p. 6, 1. 7 
Upton Magna, Salop, p. 138, 1. 9 
Upton Scudamore, Wilts, p. 13, 1. 19 
Utcomb ; see Ulcombe 
Utterby, Lincolnshire, p. 164, 1. 16 
Uxbridge, p. 40, 1. 33 

Villa Faustini (Bury St Edmunds), p. 

48, 1. 1; p. 49, L 23 
Virginia, state of, p. 38, 1. 40 

Waddington, Lincolnshire, p. 112, 1. 

38; p. 126, 1. 23 
Wadsley, Yorkshire, p. 165, 1. 12 
Wakefield, Yorkshire, p. 36, 1. 40 ; p. 

104, 1. 20; p. 120, 1. 14; p.. 124, 1. 

42; p. 132, L 25 



270 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



Walden, Essex, p. 47, 1. 29 
Wales, p. 2, 1. 32; p. 8, 1. 1; p. 10, 1. 
33; p. 12, 1. 17; p. 14, 1. 28; p. 20, 

I. 20; p. 22, 11. 7, 11; p. 25, 1. 26; 
p. 36, 11. 4, 20; p. 38, 1. 32; p. 41, 

II. 10, 22; p. 43, 1. 18; p. 59, 1. 28; 
p. 74, 1. 5 

Wallop, Hants, p. 93, 1. 12 

Walney Island, Dalton, Lancashire, p. 

53, 1.45; p. 96, 1. 12 
Walton, Liverpool, p. 120, 1. 2 

— Newport, Bucks, p. 12, 1. 28 
Wantage, Berks, p. 56, 1. 11 
Warbleton, Sussex, p. 9, 1. 26 
Warden, Beds, p. 132, 1. 2 
Wardley, Uppingham, Eutlands, p. 

29, 1. 48 
Warminster, Wilts, p. 63, 1. 35 
Warrington, Lancashire, p. 76, 1. 6 ; p. 

96, 1. 24; p. 124,1. 22 
Washingborough, Lincoln, p. 115, 1. 43 
Water (?), Bury, Lancashire, p. 121, 1. 

40 
Waterford, county of, Ireland, p. 55, 1. 

8 
Water-Millock, Watermilloes, Cumber- 
land, p. 110, 1. 21 
Watermilloes ; see Water-Millock 
Wavenden, Bucks, p. 26, 1. 10 
Welling ; see Welwyn 
Wellingborough, Northants, p. 125, 1. 

35; p. 148,1. 46 
Wells, Norfolk, p. 132, 1. 13 
Welsh Whittle, Lancashire, p. 112, 1. 4 
Welwyn, Welling, Herts, p. 27, 1. 17 
Wem, Salop, p. 114, 1. 1 ; p. 119, 1. 30 
Wendling, Norfolk, p. 32, 1, 26 
Wennington Hall, Melling, Lancashire, 

p. 98, 1. 32 
Wensley, Richmondshire, Yorkshire, 

p. 84, 1. 16 
Wentworth, Yorkshire, p. 60, 1. 6 
Wemfaeer, Pwllhely, Carnarvonshire, 

p. 105, 1. 6 
Wervil, Cheshure, p. 108, 1. 30 
Westerham, Westram, Kent, p. 116, 1. 

29 
Westhallam ; see Hallam, West 
Westminster, p. 76, 1. 37; p. 96, 1. 8; 

p. 104, 1. 36; p. 126, 1. 35; p. 173, 1. 

41 ; p. 175, 1. 35 ; p. 176, 1. 35 ; p. 177, 

1.23 
Westram ; see Westerham 
West Tower; see Stour, West 
Westward, Cumberland, p. 87, 1. 30 
Westwick, Westwinck, Norfolk, p. 132, 

1.42 
Wheldrake, Yorkshire, p. 46, 1. 41 
Whickham, Newcastle, p. 24, 1. 15; p. 

30, 1. 8 
Whipsnade, Bedfordshire, p. 117, 1. 22 
Whitby, Yorkshire, p. 146, 1. 14 
Whitchurch, Salop, p. 69, 1. 23 



Whitehaven, Cumberland, p. 40, 1. 36; 

p. 78, 1. 25 
Whitmore, Staffordshire, p. 44, 1. 2 ; 

p. 57,1. 40; p. 60, 1. 29 
Whitney, Herefordshire, p. 118, 1. 45 
Whitstable, Canterbury, p. 21, 1, 9 
Whittington, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 

p. 32, 1. 39 
Whittlesea, Isle of Ely, Cambridge- 
shire, p. 91, 1. 13 
Whittlesford, Witzer, Cambridgeshire, 

p. 34, 1. 48 
W(h)itwell, Norfolk, p. 172, 1. 40 
Wiffordby (Wy-), Melton Mowbray, 

Leicestershire, p. 30, 1. 12 
Wigan, Wiggan, Lancashire, p. 7, 1. 

11; p. 89, 1. 29; p. 174,1.42 
Wigton, Wigtowne, Cumberland, p. 19, 

I. 8 ; p. 70, 1. 4 
Wigtowne; see Wigton 
Wigwall, Derbyshire, p. 16, 1. 6 
Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire, p. 78, 1. 

14 
Wilcott, Wilts, p. 118, 1. 38 
Wiley, Wiltshire, p. Ill, 1, 10 
Wilsford, Lincolnshire, p. 103, 1. 9 
Wilton, Wilts, p. 120, 1. 36 
Wimbourne, Winbourne, Winburne, 

Dorset, p. 8, 1. 6; p. 50, 1. 48; p. 96, 

1.5 
Winbourne ; see Wimbourne 
Winburne ; see Wimbourne 
Windsor, p. 23, 1. 26 
Wing, Eutlandshire, p. 153, 1. 2 
Wingfielde, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, 

p. 122, 1, 30 
Wiugham, Kent, p. 83, 1. 12 
Winslow, Bucks, p. 58, 1. 31 
Winterbourn, Wilts, p. 170, 1. 47 
Winwick, Lancashire, p. 148, 1. 11 
Wiresdale, Lancashire, p. 79, 1. 21 
Wireside, Wiresdale, Lancashire, p, 

79, 1. 21 
Wirksworth (Works-), Derbyshire,?. 53, 

II. 29, 33 ; p. 128, 1. 1 
Wisbeach, Wisbich, Wisbitch, Cambs, 

p. 40, 1. 17; p. 70, 1. 20 
Wisbich; see Wisbeach 
Wisbitch ; see Wisbeach 
Witham, Essex, p. 59, 1. 39 
Withington, Herefordshire, p. 26, 1. 25 
— Lancashire, p. 43, 1. 13 
Withnall; see Withnell 
Withnell, Withnall, Lancashire, p. 117, 

L 13 
Witzer ; see Whittlesford 
Wokingham, Berks, p. 164, 1. 42 
Wollaston, Northamptonshire, p. 9, 1. 

22 
Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, p. 16, 

1. 15; p. 17, 1. 14; p. 158,1. 20 
Wolveston (-vis-), co. Durham, p. Ill, 

1.41 



INDEX OP PLACES. 



271 



Wombwell, Annesley (Bamsley ?), 

Yorkshire, p. 28, 1. 21 
Wood, Essex, p. 21, 1. 6 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, p. 80, 1. 35 
Woodchurch, Kent, p. 171, 1. 6 
Woodhall (?), Northumberland, p. 63, 

1. 20 
Woodin (?), Lancashire, p. 75, 11, 28, 

32 
WooUaston (Woll-), Northampton- 
shire, p. 88, 1. 2 
Wo(o)l8ingham, Durham, p. 27, 1. 35 
Wootton, Kent, p. 108, 1. 21 
Worcester, p. 75, 1. 24 ; p. 80, 1. 20 
Workbey ; see Wortley 
Workington, Cumberland, p. 118, 1. 26 
Worksop, Notts, p. 1, 1. 16 
Worksworth ; see Wirksworth 
Worthen, Salop, p. 70, 1. 10 
Wortley, Workbey, Leeds, p. 24, 1. 2 
Worton, Lancashire, p. 169, 1. 5 
Wotton under Edge, W. under hedge, 
Gloucestershire, p. 117, 1. 8; p. 126, 
1.20 



Wotton under hedge; see W. under 

Edge 
Wrexham, Denbighshire, p. 48, 1. 13 ; 

p. 77, 1. 19; p. 163, 1. 21 
Wycliffe, Richmondshire, Yorkshire, p. 

151, 1. 8 
Wye, Kent, p. 36, 1. 2 
Wyverston{e), Suffolk, p. 176, 1. 22 

YarIin{g)ton, Bruton, Somersetshire, 

p. 124, 1. 11 
Yarm, Yorkshire, p. 108, 1. 14 
Yelden, Beds, p. 65, 1. 18 
Yeovil, Somersetshire, p. 35, 1. 22 
Yokefleet, Holden, Yorkshire, p. 30, 1. 

4 
York, p. 3, 1. 27; p. 4, 1. 21; p. 9, 1. 

18; p. 14, 1. 24; p. 26, 1. 28; p. 31, 

1. 35; p. 38, 1. 14; p. 45,1. 39; p. 46, 

I. 25; p. 63, 1. 44; p. 66, 1. 18; p. 67, 

II. 10, 20; p. 76, 1. 30; p. 90, 1. 23; 
p. 96, 1. 45; p. 139, 11. 37, 40; p. 148, 
1. 14; p. 155, 1. 10; p. 156, 1. 35; p. 
157,1.29; p. 170, 1.38 



SCHOOLS. 



Abby -Milton ; see Milton Abbas 
Aberdeen, University of, p. 35, 1. 34 
Abergavenny (Mr Jardine), p. 169, 1. 

10 
Abington, Berks, p. 52, 1, 30 
Aldenham, Herts (Mr AUenson), p. 

60, 1. 13 
All Saints (All Souls ?) College, Oxford, 

p. 169, 1. 1 
Amberley, Sussex (Mr Carleton), p. 

138, 1. 41 
Ambleside (Mr Knipe), p. 146, 1. 29 
Amesbury, Wilts (Mr Head), p. 129, 

1. 38 
Amsterdam, Holland, p. 147, 1. 2 
Annus-Burton ; see Burton Agnes 
Antona ; see Northampton 
Appleby, Leicestershire (Mr Martin), 

p. 78, 1. 9; p. 83, 1. 42; p. 95, 1. 20; 

p. 116, 1. 16 

— Westmoreland (Mr Bankes), p. 19 
1. 9; p. 68, 1. 35 (Mr Yates); p. 78, 
1. 25; p. 86, 1. 39; p. 87, 1. 30; 
p. 88, 1. 26; p. 130, 1, 1 ; p. 159, 1. 
12 

Arlsey, p. 95, 1. 12 

Arnside, Hawkshead, Lancashire (Mr 

Hunter), p. 17, 1. 10 
Ashford, Derbyshire (Mr Howard), p. 

128, 1. 28 

— Kent (Mr Bates), p. 18, 1. 7; p. 
116, 1. 26 (Mr Bate); p. 135, 1. 24; 
p. 151, 1. 35 (Mr Barret) ; p. 170, 1. 
47 

A8(s)fordby, Melton, Leicestershire 

(Mr Henley), p. 26, 1. 36 
Atherstone, Warwickshire (Mr Shaw), 

p. 113, 1. 26 
Audlem, Cheshire (Mr Evans), p. 6, 1. 

28; p. 87, 1. 18 

Backford, Cheshire (Mr Eobert Den- 
son), p. 108, 1. 30; p. 109, 1. 40; p. 
140, 1. 5 

Bainbridge, Yorkshire (Mr Clapham), 
p. 112, 1. 23 

Balliol College, Oxford, p. 73, 1. 23; p. 
84, 1. 24; p. 91, 1. 27; p. 109, 1. 45; 
p. 147, 1. 8 ; p. 153, 1. 18 



Bampton, Devonshire (Mr Wood), p. 
Ill, 11. 27, 30; p. 142, 1. 34; p. 163, 
1.34 

— Westmorland (Rev. William Col- 
linson), p. 140, 1. 38; p. 176, 1. 41 

Bangor (Mr Doulben), p. 10, 1, 34 ; p. 
168, 1. 30 (Mr Eichard Griffiths); p. 
171, 1. 34 (Mr Griffith); p. 172, 1. 37; 
p. 173, 11. 2, 5; p. 175, U. 10, 14; p. 
176, 1. 18 

Bannagh, co. Kerry, Ireland (Mr 
Casey), p. 100, 1. 35 

Barnetby, Barnaby, Lincolnshire (Mr 
Thompson), p. 28, 1. 35 

Barnstaple, Barum (Mr Lacke), p. 26, 
1. 17; p. 49, 1. 43 (Mr Luck); p. 84, 
1. 20 

Barton, Westmorland (Mr Wilson), 
p. 110, 1. 21 

Barum ; see Barnstaple 

Battle, Battell, Sussex, p. 27, 1. 20 ; p. 
66, 1. 45 (Mr Sorsbie); p. 87, 11. 5, 
8 (Mr Jenkin); p. 101, 1. 25; p. 102, 
1. 39; p. 109, 1. 21; p. 122, 1. 26; p. 
135, 1. 13 

Beaumaris in the Isle of Anglesea (Mr 
Owen), p. 55, 1. 22 ; p. 59, 1. 29 

Beckswell (Mr Foster), p. 35, 1. 25 

Bedale, Beedall, Yorkshire (Mr Mar- 
shall), p. 23, 1. 6 

Bedford (Mr Aspinhall), p. 17, 1. 2 

Beighton, Sheffield (Mr Drake), p. 16, 
1. 22 

Beverley, Yorkshire (Mr Lambert), p. 
1, 1. 2; p. 3, 1. 37; p. 10, 1. 9 (Mr 
Johnstone); p. 11, 1. 26 (Mr Lam- 
bert) ; p. 13, 11. 15, 40 (Mr L. and 
Mr J.); p. 17, 1. 18 (Mr Johnstone); 
p. 17, 1. 31 (Mr L. and Mr J.) ; p. 21, 
1. 42; p. 22, 11. 4, 25; p. 23, 1. 43; p. 
28, 11.35, 39; p. 30, 1. 4; p. 37, 11. 
28 (Mr Tatham), 32; p. 42, 1. 1 (Mr 
Jefferson); p. 44, 11. 12 (Mr T.), 18 
(Mr J.); p. 45, 1. 42; p. 52, 1. 36; 
p. 57, 1. 9; p. 64, IL 14, 17; p. 76, 
1. 42; p. 82, 1. 19; p. 89, 11. 18 (Mr 
Clarke), 41; p. 90, 1. 1; p. 93, 1. 40; 
p. 95, 1. 38; p. 96, 1. 45; p. 99, 1. 14; 
p. 100, 1. 43; p. 102, 1. 15; p. 104, 



INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



273 



I. 13; p. 105, 1. 43; p. 107, 1. 31; p. 
108, U. 34, 37; p. 114, 1. 36; p. 115, 

II. 11, 27, 43; p. 119, 1. 2; p. 121, 1. 
10; p. 125, 11. 21, 43; p. 130, 1. 28; 
p. 133, 1. 2 ; p. 134, 1. 26 ; p. 140, 1. 
9 (Mr Ward); p. 142, 1. 38 (Mr 
Clarke); p. 145, 1. 19; p. 147, 1. 14 
(Mr Ward) ; p. 150, 1. 17 ; p. 152, 1. 
22; p. 154, 11. 24, 37; p. 155, 1. 2; 
p. 156, 1. 35; p. 157, 1. 29; p. 159, 1. 
6; p. 162, 1. 21; p. 164, 1. 16; p. 167, 
1.5; p. 169, 1.23; p. 171, 1. 30 

Biddenden, Kent (Mr Gaudy), p. 36, 

1. 2 
Bingley, Yorkshire, p. 131, 1. 40 
Birmingham, Burmingham, p. 101, 1. 

4 (Mr Green) 
Bishop's-Stortford, Bishops-, Herts (Dr 

Tooke), p. 2, 1. 37; p. 7, 1. 23; p. 

18, 1. 14; p. 21, 1. 33; p. 23, 1. 15; 

p. 25, 1. 40; p. 86, 1. 45; p. 96, 11. 

32, 36 (Mr Mall) ; p. 117, 1. 4; p. 122, 

1. 17; p. 147, 1. 6 (Mr M. and Mr 

Hazeland) 
Bishop Auckland, co. Durham (Mr 

Emerson), p. 18, 1. 10 
Blackburn, Blackbourne, Lancashire 

(Mr Smith), p. 45, 1. 16; p. 117, 1. 

13 (Mr Hunter); p. 131, 1. 36 
Blackheath, Kent (Mr Richardson), p. 

64, 1. 2 
Blandford, Dorsetshire, p. 168, 1. 26 
Blencow, Cumberland (Mr Richard- 
son), p. 102, 1. 12; p. 136,1. 18 
Bodmin, Cornwall (Mr Fisher), p. 

103, 1. 26; p. 145, 1. 30 
Bolton (Mr Carr), p. 41, 1. 26 ; p. 96, 

1. 42 (Mr Ashburnell) 
Boston (Mr Smith), p. 80, 1. 2 
Bosworth, Leicestershire, p. 138,1, 38; 

p. 153, 1. 6 (Mr Slade) 
Botesdale, Buddesdale, Suffolk (Mr 

Mayboume), p. 23, 1. 26; p. 26, 1. 6; 

p. 27, 1. 38 
Boxford, Suffolk (Mr Tatham), p. 21, 

1.3 
Bradford, Yorkshire (Mr Hill, etc., 

sic), p. 19, 1. 23; p. 23, 1. 2; p. 27, 

1. 24; p. 29, 1. 45; p. 33, 1. 5; p. 36, 

U. 30, 40; p. 41, 1. 20; p. 44, U. 34, 

37; p. 45, 1. 33; p. 46, 1. 41; p. 47, 

1. 7; p. 54, 11. 24, 27; p. 57, 11. 12, 

15, 44; p. 59, 11. 11, 43; p. 62, 1. 37; 

p. 113, 1. 16 (Mr Butler); p. 132, 1. 

25 
Braightmote (?), Lancashire (Mr 

Wild), p. 82, 1. 35 
Brampton, Cumberland (?), (Mr Wood), 

p. 133, 1. 27 
Brasenose College, Oxford, p. 51, 1. 7 ; 

p. 73, 1. 25; p. 102, 1. 45; p. 106, 

1. 39; p. 119, 1. 40; p. 153, 1. 20; 

p. 159, 1. 3; p. 160, 1. 28 



Brawood ; see Brewood 

Brawton (Mr Goldsborough), p. 98, 1. 
16 

Brecknock, Brecon, p. 22, 1. 12; p. 169, 
1.27 

Brentwood, Essex (Mr Morris), p. Ill, 
1. 22 

Brewood, (Bra-), Staffordshire (Mr 
Hillman), p. 3, 1. 30; p. 104, 1. 10 
(Mr Budworth); p. 135, 1. 31 

Brewton ; see Bruton 

Bridgewater, Somerset (Mr Burrows), 
p. Ill, 1.15 

Brigg, Lincolnshire (Mr Waterworth), 
p. 43, 1. 22; p. 44, 1. 9; p. 46, 1. 28; 
p. 59, 1. 17; p. 63, 1. 13; p. 68,11. 
8, 31 ; p. 174, 1. 25 (Mr Skelton) 

Bristol (Mr Cathcart), p. 73, 1. 38; p. 
Ill, 1. 11 (Mr Harris) 

Bruton, Brewton, Somerset (Mr Coles- 
bury), p. 65, 1. 7; p. 117, 1. 43 (Mr 
Gold(e)sborough) ; p. 124, 1. 11 

Buddesdale ; see Botesdale 

Buntingford, Herts (Mr Sherson), p. 
59, 1. 23; p. 81, 1. 22 

Burlington, Yorkshire (Mr Young), p. 
65, 1. 41 

Burmingham ; see Birmingham 

Burneston, Yorkshire (Mr Peacock), 
p. 66, 1. 8 

Burnley, Lancashire (Mr Robert 
Shaw), p. 10, 1. 15; p. 33, 1. 25 (Mr 
Robertshire) 

Burnsall, Yorkshire (Mr Alcock), p. 
69, 1. 39; p. 105, 1. 29 (Mr Thomp- 
son) 

Burnsill, Yorkshire (Mr Knowles), p. 
128, 1. 24 

Burton Agnes, 'Annus-Burton,' York- 
shire (Mr Stabber), p. 22, 1. 25 

Burton, Notts (Mr Saunders), p. 66, 
1. 2 

Burton on Trent (Mr Prydhan), p. 18, 
1. 1; p. 62, 1. 34; p. 146, 1. 33 (Mr 
Jackson) 

Bury, Lancashire (Mr Rider), p. 35, 1. 
8; p. 72, 1. 33 (Mr Lister); p. 82, 1. 
33 (Mr Boardman) ; p. 83, 1. 30 (Mr 
L.); p. 112, 1. 9; p. 113, 1. 30; p. 
118, 1. 4; p. 121, 1. 40 

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk (Mr Ran- 
dal and Mr Kinesman), p. 6, 1. 40; 
p. 7, 1. 27 (Messrs K, and R.); p. 8, 
1. 33; p. 15, 11. 2, 6 (Mr R. and Mr 
Kinersman); p. 41, 1. 14; p. 42, II. 
7, 33; p. 47, 1. 35; p. 48, 1. 1; p. 
49, 1. 24; p. 50, 1. 43; p. 51, 11. 20, 
26; p. 52, 1. 2; p. 55, 11. 6, 12; p. 
58, 1. 40; p. 59, 1. 39; p. 65, 1. 18; 
p. 69, 1.4; p. 70, 1. 26; p. 72, 1. 7; 
p. 74. 11. 15, 18, 31, 38; p. 76, 1. 3; 
p. 80, 1. 35; p. 85, 1. 33; p. 90, 1. 9; 
p. 94, 1. 21; p. 98, 1. 44; p. 99, 1. 6; 

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INDEX OP SCHOOLS. 



p. 103, 1. 18; p. 104, 1. 37; p. 105, 1. 
11; p. 110, 1. 10; p. 113, 1. 37; p. 
115, 1. 31; p. 116, 1. 32; p. 117, 1. 
34; p. 123, 1. 15 (Mr K. and Mr 
Gamham); p. 125, L 10; p. 126, 1. 
2; p. 132, 1. 34; p. 133, 1. 14; p. 
146, 1. 19; p. 150, 1. 41; p. 162, 1. 
17 

Cambridge, The King's School (Mr 

Foster), p. 5, 1. 11; p. 34, 1. 48 (Mr 

Eedman) ; p. 55, 1. 29 (Mr Sparkes) ; 

p. 76, 1. 45 (Mr Southernwood); 

p. 138, 1. 20 (Mr Sturgeon) 
Canterbury, The King's School (Mr 

Smith), p. 9, 1. 44; p. 10, 1. 1; p. 12, 

1. 36; p. 21, 1. 9 (Mr Burroughs) ; p. 

25, 1. 34 (Mr Smith); p. 33, 1. 29; p. 

46, 1. 22 (Mr Le Hunt); p. 52, 1. 33 

(Mr Lehunt); p. 54, 1. 36; p. 55, 1. 

2; p. 63, 1. 41; p. 83, 1. 12 (Mr 

Monins); p. 85, 1. 25; p. 90, 1, 20; 

p. 91, 1. 40; p. 92, 1. 27; p. 94, 1. 36, 

p. 97, 1. 45; p. 99, 1. 37; p. 102, 1. 

42; p. 104, 1. 40; p. 108, 1. 21 (Mr 

Munnings); p. 112, 1. 31; p. 115, 1. 

30; p. 132, 1. 9; p. 133, 1. 38; p. 

136, 11. 5, 22 (Mr Beavoir) ; p. 137, 

1. 6; p. 145, 1. 42 (Mr Beauvoir) ; p. 

146, 11. 1, 5; p. 148, 1. 2; p. 149, 1. 

7; p. 150, 1. 13; p. 151, 1. 27; p. 

152, 11. 33, 37; p. 161, 1. 13; p. 164, 

1. 46; p. 171,1. 6; p. 177,1.20 
Carlisle (Mr Walton), p. 6, 1. 12 
Carlton Curlew, Leicestershire (Mr 

Salter), p. 10,1.4; p. 22, 1. 16 
Carmarthen, p. 20, 1. 20 ; p. 73, 1. 35 

(Mr Davies) 
Carnarvon, p. 92, 1. 12 (Mr Jones) 
Carrington, Bedfordshire (Mr Biby), 

p. 20, 1. 41 
Cartmel, Lancashire (Mr Boskell), p. 

22, 11. 29, 33 
Chappel-in-le-frith, Chapel le Frith, 

Derbyshire (Mr Brooks), p. 72, 1. 

26; p. 80, 1. 6 (Mr Hatfield) 
Charterhouse (Dr Walker), p. 6, 1. 37; 

p. 7, 1. 31; p. 8, 1. 7; p. 11, 1. 38 

(Mr W.); p. 12, 1. 25; p. 14, 1. 48; 

p. 15, 1. 10; p. 18, 1. 17; p. 19,11. 

38, 42; p. 25, 1. 6; p. 26, 1. 44; p. 

30, 1. 20; p. 35, 1. 16; p. 43, 1. 6; 

p. 59, 1. 5 (Mr Took); p. 70, 1. 30 

(Mr Hotchkiss); p. 74, 1. 2 (Mr 

Hothskiss) ; p. 84, 11. 5, 9 ; p. 90, 1. 

23; p. 92, 1. 18; p. 96, 1. 39; p. 123, 

1. 7 ; p. 146, 1. 13 (Mr Crusius) ; p. 

155, 1. 23; p. 158, 1. 7; p. 175, 1. 

41 (Dr C); p. 177, 1. 24 (Mr Lewis 

C.) 
Chelmsford, Essex (Mr Tindall), p. 88, 

1.30 
Chelsey (-a), Middlesex (Mr Close), p. 



28, 1. 29 ; p. 144, 1. 12 (Mr Eothery) ; 
p. 151, 1. 16 (Mr Allen) ; p. 156, 1, 29 

Chester (Mr Henchman), p. 3, 1. 23; 
p. 14, 11. 9, 12, 15; p. 31, 1. 15 (Mr 
Henshaw); p. 32, 1. 6; p. 35, 1. 28; 
p. 39, 1. 12; p. 44, 1. 2; p. 45, 1. 14; 
p. 49, 1. 20; p. 55, 1. 37; p. 66, 1. 25; 
p. 102, 1. 9 (Mr Lancaster) ; p. 112, 
1. 18 

Chesterfield, Derbyshire (Mr Bur- 
rough), p. 32, 11. 27, 39, 43; p. 39, 
1. 19; p. 42, 11. 13, 26; p. 47, 1. 16; 
p. 49, 11. 27 (Mr Burrow), 30; p. 50, 

I. 17; p. 53, 11. 29, 33; p. 58, 1. 19; 
p. 59, 1. 20; p. 60, 11. 16, 20, 23, 26; 
p. 67, 11. 1, 4, 6, 39; p. 68, 1. 4; p. 
73, U. 9, 21; p. 74, 1. 9 ; p. 75, 1. 43; 
p. 77, 11. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15; p. 80, 1. 9; 
p. 81, 11. 1, 38 ; p. 82, 1. 42; p. 83, 

II. 2, 5; p. 85, 11. 39, 43; p. 89, 11. 2, 
34; p. 90, 11, 16, 43, 47; p. 99, 1. 2; 
p. 102, 11. 2, 29; p. 105, 1. 4; p. 106, 
1. 11; p. 110, 1.1; p. Ill, 1. 19; p. 
119, 11. 23, 43; p. 120, 11. 2, 14, 40; 
p. 121, 1. 37; p. 124, 1. 15; p. 132, 
1.28; p. 133, 1. 42; p. 134,1.4; p. 
141, 1. 1 (Mr B. and Mr Saunders); 
p. 143, 1. 33 (Mr S.) ; p. 157, 1. 45; 
p. 159, 1. 9 ; p. 160, 1. 4 

Chichester (Mr Dove), p. 79, L 29 
Christ Church, Oxford, p. 80, 1. 37 ; p. 

91, 1. 29 
Christ's College, Cambridge, p. 114, 1. 

33 
Clapham, Yorkshire (Mr Ashe), p. 6, 1.9 
Clitheroe, Clitharo, Clitharow, Clithe- 

row, Lancashire (Mr Park), p. 77, 1. 

42; p. 82, 1. 29; p. 89, 1. 9 (Mr 

Parke); p. 93, 1. 19; p. 108, 1. 24 
Cockermouth, Cumberland (Mr Bit- 
son), p. 105,1. 44; p. 137,1.35 
Coggelston ; see Congleton 
Colchester (Mr Turner), p. 38, 1. 30; 

p. 50, 1. 44 (Rev. Mr Smythies) ; p. 

50, 1. 45 ; p. 65, 1. 35 (Mr Comark) ; 

p. 77, 1. 45 (Mr S.) ; p. 78, 1. 1 ; p. 

90, 1. 8; p. 95, 1. 25; p. 98, 1. 43; p. 

III. 1. 35; p. 143, 11. 6, 9; p. 159, 1. 
20; p. 170, 1. 29; p. 174, 1. 35; p. 
176, 1. 4 

Colne, Essex (Mr Stringer), p. 128, 1. 

11 
Coney Hatch (Mr Ellis), p. 28, 1. 7 
Congleton, Coggelston, Cheshire (Mr 

Malbon), p. 44, 1. 25 
Coniston-Cold ; see Cunistone 
Corby, Lincolnshire (Mr Lucas), p. 

31, 1. 19; p. 45, 1. 36 (Mr Bradfield) 
Corhampton, Hants (Mr Ainsworth), 

p. 8, 1. 29 ; p. 20, 1. 36 (Mr Soane) 
Cork(e), Ireland, p. 133, 1. 35 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, p. 

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INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



275 



Corpus Christi College, Oxford, p. 124, 

1. 5 
Cosheston, Pembrokeshire (Mr Evans), 

p. 81, 1. 34 
Coventry (Mr Jackson), p. 91, 1. 24 ; 

p. 120, 1. 33 (Dr J.) 
Coxwould, Coxwold, Yorkshire, school 

near (Mr Midgeley), p. 12, 1. 38; p. 

19, 1. 12; p. 106, 1. 1; p. 112, 1. 13; 

p. 127, 1. 29 
Cradley, Herefordshire (Mr Hinds), 

p. 72, 1. 42 
Crewkern(e), Crookern, Somerset 

(Mr PUver), p. 31, 1. 1; p. 60, 1. 9; 

p. 124, 1. 8 (Mr Hare) 
Croglin, Cumberland, p. 119, 1. 13 
Crookern; see Crewkerue 
Cunistone, (Co-), Coniston-Cold (Mr 

Eobinson), p. 2, 1. 40; p. 18, 1. 44; 

p. 23, 1. 33 

Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex (Mr 

Graham), p. 113, 1. 8 
Darlington (Mr Richardson), p. 24, 1. 

40; p. 32, 1. 13; p. 34, 1. 40 
Davenham, Cheshire (Mr Eaton), p. 

116, 1. 37 
Dedham, Essex (Mr Grimwood), p. 72, 

1. 30; p. 92, 1. 2; p. 98, 1. 40; p. 

122, 1. 10; p. 128, 1. 36; p. 131, 11. 

6, 32; p. 140, 1. 42; p. 143, 1. 12; p. 

152, 1. 25; p. 157, 1. 22 
Denbigh (Mr Weston), p. 74, 1. 45; p. 

75, 1. 2 
Dent, Kirby Lonsdale (Mr Nelson), p. 

29, 1. 40 
Derby (Mr Blackwell), p. 3, 1. 40; p. 

16, 1. 6 ; p. 17, 11. 35, 45 ; p. 27, 1. 

32 ; p. 78, 1. 21 (Mr Winter) ; p. 108, 

I. 5; p. 118, 1. 19; p. 132, 1. 18 (Mr 
Ahnond); p. 142, 1. 30 

Digswell, Herts (Mr Hassell), p. 27, 1. 
17 

Dilhorne, Dillon, Staffordshire (Mr 
Slade), p. 131, 11. 19, 23 ; p. 143, L 
25 

Dillon ; see Dilhorne 

Diss, Norfolk (Mr Randal), p. 61, 1. 
18 

Doncaster (Mr Withers), p. 17, 1. 38 

Dorchester, p. 160, U. 8, 21 (Mr Hub- 
bock); p. 161, 1. 31; p. 162, 1. 5 

Douay, Flanders, p. 94, 1. 25 

Drax, Yorkshire (Mr Teasdale), p. 46, 

II. 16, 19 

Drayton, Salop (Mr Burslam), p. 106, 

1.45 
DubUn, p. 128, 1. 18 
Durham (Mr Wren), p. 15, 1. 17; p. 

23, 1. 40 (Mr Rymer) ; p. 27, 1. 35 

(Mr Rosse) ; p. 32, 1. 32 (Mr Randall) ; 

p. 47, 1. 1 (Mr Thompson); p. 56, 11. 

20 (Mr Rymer), 25, 28; p. 57, 1. 37; 



p. 78, 1. 5 (Mr Dongworth) ; p. 80, 1. 
15; p. 90, 1. 36; p. 94, 11. 40, 44; p. 
97, 1.31; p. 98, 1. 10; p 101,1. 1; 
p. 103, 1. 30; p. 131, 1. 26 (Mr Don- 
worth); p. 135, 1. 39; p. 139, 1. 30; 
p. 147, 1. 22; p. 165, 1. 22 

Elsemere, Salop (Mr Dean), p. 48, 1.13 
Ely (Mr Tennant), p. 45, L 39 ; p. 58, 

1. 28 (Mr Gunning); p. 66, 1. 11; 

p. 70, 1. 23; p. 72, 1. 19; p. 79, 

I. 18; p. 83, 1. 39; p. 90, 1. 4; p. 91, 

II. 13, 21; p. 95, 11. 5, 8; p. 113, 
1.40; p. 122,1. 45; p. 129,1. 30 

Enfield, Endfield, Entfield, Middlesex, 
p. 20, 1. 45 (Dr Uvedale); p. 23, 
1. 15; p. 70, 1. 7 (Mr Da vies) 

Eton (Dr Snape) p. 3, 1. 5; p. 5, 1. 25; 
p. 10, 1. 30 (Mr Newborough); p. 11, 
1. 5; p. 12, 1. 29; p. 16, U. 19,29; 
p. 17, 1. 42; p. 18, 1. 31; p. 20, 
1. 24; p. 23, 1. 21; p. 26, 1. 7; p. 
30, 1. 32; p. 38, 1. 17 (Dr Bland); 
p. 39, 1. 36; p. 40, 1. 33 (Mr New- 
borough); p. 48, 1. 4 (Dr B.); p. 55, 
1. 40; p. 56, 1. 2; p. 65, 1. 21 
(Mr George); p. 68, 1. 41; p. 74, 
1. 12 (Dr G.); p. 77, 1. 23; p. 79, 

I. 40; p. 80, 1. 12; p. 85, 1, 15; 
p. 88, 1. 38; p. 90, 1. 13, p. 93, 

II. 23, 43; p. 95, 1. 2; p. 96, 1. 5; 
p. 98, 1. 7; p. 100, L 40; p. 102, 
1. 26; p. 104, 1. 30; p. 106, 1. 42; 
p. 110, 1. 37 (Mr Cook); p. 117, 
1. 27 (Dr G. and Mr C.) ; p. 118, 1. 26 
(Mr C. and Dr Somner), p. 119, 
1. 47; p. 120, 1. 37; p. 121, 1. 18; 
p. 123, 1. 22; p. 125, 1. 47; p. 126, 

I. 17; p. 131, I. 13; p. 134, U. 29, 
40; p. 137, 1. 32; p. 139, 1. 13; 
p. 140, 1. 46; p. 141, 11. 32, 39; 
p. 145, 1. 12 (Mr Barnard, Fellow of 
St John's); p. 146, 1. 16; p. 149, 

II. 11 (Dr B.), 27; p. 153, 1. 32; 
p. 154, 11. 19, 29; p. 156, 1. 2; 
p. 157, 11. 8, 12; p. 158, 11. 3, 27, 
41; p. 159, 1. 30; p. 161, 1. 41; 
p. 162, 11. 33, 38, 48; p. 163, 1. 25; 
p. 164, 11. 19. 22, 42; p. 166, 1. 4; 
p. 169, 1. 17; p. 170, U. 4, 10; 
p. 172, 11. 19, 31, 34, 44; p. 173, 
11. 15, 24; p. 174, 11. 30 (Dr B. and 
Dr Forster), 33; p. 176, 11. 14, 25; 
p. 177, 1. 17 

Exeter (Mr Reynolds), p. 6, 1. 6 
Exeter College, Oxford, p. 84, 1. 22 

Felstead, Felsted, Essex, p. 11, 1. 37; 
p. 18, 1. 4 (Mr Hutchin); p. 35, 
1. 19 (Mr Hutchins); p. 38, 1. 20; 
p. 40, 1. 26 ; p. 58, 1. 5 (Mr Wyat) ; 
p. 63, 1, 32; p. 90, 1. 39; p. 101, 
1. 22; p. 115,1. 36; p. 116,1.20 

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INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



Finchampstead, Finchemstad, Berks, 

(Mr Koger), p. 71, 1. 18 
Finchemstad ; see Finchampstead 
Flockburgh; see Flookburgh 
Flookburgh, Flockburgh, Cartmel, 

Lancashire (Mr Field), p. 173, 1. 8 
Freswell (Tr-), Notts (Mr Newsholme), 

p. 24, 1.6; p. 25,1. 10 

Garsdale, Yorkshire (Mr Udale), p. 135, 

1.35 
Glamford-Brigg, Lincolnshire (Mr 

Waterworth), p. 70, 1. 17; p. 72, 

1. 22 
Glasgow 'inter Scotos,' p. 103, 1. 34 
Gorthrop (?) (Mr Turner), p. 49, 1. 7 
Grantham, Lincolnshire (Mr Ellis), 

p. 10,11. 23,41; p. 14, 1. 4; p. 52, 

1. 8; p. 79, 1. 36 (Mr Bacon); p. 103, 

1. 9; p. 109, 1. 27; p. 115, 1. 39; 

p. 125, 1. 27; p. 142, 1. 48; p. 171, 

1.26 
Guilsborough, Northamptonshire (Mr 

Horton), p. 93, 1. 26 

Hackney, Middlesex (Mr Henry New- 
come), p. 93, 1. 1; p. 96, 1. 20; 
p. 104, 1. 4 (Mr Graham) ; p. 107, 
1. 28; p. 113, 1. 8; p. 115, 1. 6; 
p. 127, 1. 26 (Mr N.); p. 139, U. 37, 
40(DrN.); p. 155,1.6 

Halesworth, Suffolk (Mr Forster), p. 
130, 1. 4 

Halifax, Yorkshire (Mr Lister), p. 33, 
1. 20; p. 141, 1. 24 (Mr Holdsworth) 

Hallum (-am). West, Derbyshire (Mr 
Eaworth), p. 64, 1. 5; p. 73, 1. 6 
(Mr Eouth) 

Hampstead, Middlesex (Dr Cox), p. 149, 
1.5 

Hanmer, Flintshire, p. 58, 1. 37 ; p. 63, 
1. 38 (Mr Hughs {sic)); p. 73, 1. 
42 

Harden (? Harpenden) Herts (Mr Ber- 
nard), p. 117, L 22; p. 119, 1.9 

Harden (? Henley in Arden) Warwick- 
shire, p. 109, 1. 36 

Harpenden, Herts (Mr Barnard), p. 61, 
1. 37; p. 64,1. 37 

Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex (Mr 
Thackeray), p. 136,1. 34; p. 142, 1. 14 
(Dr T.); p. 148, 11. 19, 33; p. 149, 
1. 31; p. 150, 1. 27; p. 152, L 15; 
p. 156, 11. 11, 32 

Hart Hall, Oxford, p. 10, 1. 6; p. 50, 
1.19 

Hartford College, Oxford, p. 132, 1. 19 

Hawkshard ; see Hawkshead 

Hawkshead, Hawkshard, Hawx-Head, 
Hawx-shied (Mr BaUfell), p. 10, 
1. 45; p. 22, 1, 30 (Mr Hunter); 
p. 31, 1. 27; p. 37, 1. 40; p. 44, 
1. 21; p. 71, 1. 9 (Mr Broxholme, 



Fellow of St John's); p. 89, 1. 13; 
p. 104, 1. 8 (Mr Dixon) 

Hawstead, Norfolk (Mr Parr), p. 149, 
1. 20 

Headley (Mr Bonwicke), p. 5, 1. 35; 
p. 12, 1. 22 

Heath, Yorkshire (Mr Doxon), p. 138, 
1. 44; p. 142, 1. 31 

Helstone, Cornwall, p. 164, 1. 38 

Heptinstall, Heptonstall, Halifax, York- 
shire (Mr Wilson), p. 33, 1. 25; 
p. 161, 1. 22 (Mr Pawson) 

Hereford (Mr Traherne), p. 2, 1. 19; 
p. 14, 1. 28 (Mr Eodd) ; p. 18, 1. 20 
(Mr Traherne) ; p. 20, 1. 21 ; p. 26, 
1. 25; p. 28, 1. 8 (Mr Eodd); p. 36, 
1. 5; p. 38, 11. 7, 33; p. 66, 1. 28; 
p. 86, 11. 5, 8 (Mr Willim); p. 94, 
1. 14; p. 102, 1. 32; p. 113, 1. 5; 
p. 118, 1. 45; p. 122, 1. 37; p. 127, 
1. 36; p. 136, 1. 30 (Mr Stephens); 
p. 139, 1. 19 (Mr Stevens) ; p. 142, 
1. 41; p. 151, 1. 24; p. 158, 1. 34; 
p. 168, 11. 17, 22 

Heskin (Mr Foster), p. 7, 1. 12 

Hesnet (? Hemel) Hempstead (Ham-), 
Herts, p. 149, 1. 23 (Dr Sterling) 

Heversham, Westmorland (Mr Nichol- 
son), p. 101, 1. 9 

Hexham, Northumberland (Mr Be- 
wick), p.. 7, 1. 19 

Heywood, p. 17, 1. 14 

Highgate, Middlesex (Mr Brown), p. 
51, 1. 33; p. 60, 1. 31 

Hingham, Hengham, Norfolk (Mr 
Buck), p. 170, 1. 37; p. 172, 1. 40 

Hipperholm, Halifax, Yorkshire (Mr 
Sharpe), p. 37, 1. 9; p. 46, 1. 9 

Histon, Cambridgeshire (Mr Scaife), 
p. 8, 1. 2; p. 24, 1. 47 

Hitchin(g), Herts (Mr Belsham), p. 30, 
1. 17 ; p. 164, 1. 25 (Mr Morgan) 

Hoddesden, Hodsten, Herts (Mr Ben- 
net), p. 128, 1. 31; p. 131, 1. 44; 
p. 132, 1. 2; p. 148,1. 29 

Hode, Kirkham (Mr Taylor) p. 18, 
1. 28 

Horton, Bradford, Yorkshire (Mr 
Thornton), p. 97, 1. 18 

Hough, Grantham, private school at, 
p. 24, 1. 11 

Houghton Conquest, Beds, p. 26, 1. 10 
— Eegis, Beds (Mr Bradshaw), p. 91, 
1. 18 

Houghton, Lancashire (Mr North- 
crosse), p. 38, 1. 37 

Houghton le Spring, Durham (Mr 
Nelson), p. 32, 1. 32; p. 135, 1, 40 
(Mr Griffith); p. 155, U. 43, 47; 
p. 156,1. 24; p. 159,1.41 

Huddersfield (Mr Smyth), p. 36, 1.- 33; 
p. 63, 1. 16 (Mr Smith) 

Hull (Mr Clarke), p. 25, 1. 36; p. 36, 



INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



277 



1. 27; p. 67, 1. 20; p. 75, 1. 9; 
p. 77, 1. 34 (Mr Little) ; p. 106, 1. 37 
(Mr Blyth) 
Huntingdon (Mr Matthews), p. 8, 1. 37 ; 
p. 48, 1. 37; p. 133, 1. 10 (Mr Unwin); 
p. 135, 11. 16, 21; p. 146, 1. 44; p. 151, 
1. 31; p. 172, 1. 11 (Mr John Smith); 
p. 173, 1. 41 (Mr Unwin) 

Ilminster, Somersetshire (Mr Davies), 

p. 123, 1. 2; p. 164, 1. 30 (Mr Davis) 
Ipswich, Suffolk (Mr Leeds), p. 1, 

1. 24; p. 12, 1. 11; p. 82, 1. 13; 

p. 110, 1. 14 (Mr Bolton) 
Isleworth, Middlesex (Samuel Hem- 

mings, M.A.), p. 43, 1. 2 

Jesus College, Cambridge, p. 166, 11. 
28,30 

Oxford, p. 33, 1. 40; p. 77, 

1. 31 ; p. 98, 11. 13, 18; p. 126, 1. 29; 
p. 164, 1. 5; p. 165, 1, 32; p. 168, 
1.43 

Kellmore, Kirkham, Lancashire (Mr 

Taylor), p. 15, 1. 14 
Kelloe, near Durham (Mr Thompson), 

p. 14, 1. 21 
Kendal (Mr Towers), p. 4, 1. 33; p. 17, 

1. 11; p. 23, 1. 34; p. 28, 1. 3; p. 37, 

1. 41; p. 45, 11. 23, 26; p. 50, 1. 3; 

p. 53, 1. 46; p. 66, 1. 39; p. 76, 

1. 17; p. 96, 1. 13; p. 98, 1. 4; 

p. 108, 1. 42 (Mr Crackenthorpe) 
Kensington (Mr Coxe), p. 29, 1. 37; 

p. 62, 1. 9 
Kew, Surrey (Mr Rose), p. 147, 1. 3 
Kidderminster (Mr Best), p. 2, 1. 22 
Killamy, Killemey, Killemy, co. Kerry, 

Ireland (Mr Power), p. 117, 1. 1; 

p. 129, 1. 9 
Kingston-on-Thames (Mr Woodson), 

p. 146, 1. 36 
Kilmer ston, (-don), Somerset (Mr 

Hughes), p. Ill, 1. 15 
Kimbolton, Hunts (Dr Owen), p. 98, 

1.24; p. 113, 1.42; p. 135, 1. 20 
Kirby Hill, Richmond, Yorkshire (Mr 

Stubbs), p. 81, 1. 26 
Kirkham, Lancashire (Mr Taylor), 

p. 68, 1.24; p. 89, 1.9 
Kirk Heaton, Yorkshire (Mr Clarke), 

p. 68, 1. 27; p. 86, 1. 14 
Kirk Leadham ; see Kirk Leatham 
Kirk Leathern, K. Leadam, K. Lead- 
ham, K. Leatham (Mr Clarke), p. 37, 

1. 1 ; p. 43, 1. 39 ; p. 51, 1. 36 ; p. 53, 

1. 42; p. 56, 1. 31; p. 61; 1. 5; p. 

62, 1. 12 

Lavenham, Suffolk (Mr Brownsmith), 
p. 57, 1. 2; p. 104, 1. 33 (Mr 
Smythies) ; p. 122, 1. 34 



Leeds, Leedes (Mr Bernard) p. 4, 1. 30 ; 

p. 24, 1. 44; p. 83, 1. 16 (Mr Sump- 

ster) ; p. 87, 11. 12, 15 (Mr Barnard) ; 

p. 101, 11. 16, 29; p. 119, 1. 27; 

p. 125, 1. 18; p. 138, L 31; p. 140, 

1. 17 (Mr Sedgwick) 
Leicester (Mr Thomas), p. 2, 1. 9; 

p. 64, 1. 24; p. 72, 1. 16 (Mr Clay- 
ton) ; p. 76, 1. 14; p. 78, 1. 18 ; p. 115, 

11. 19 (Mr Andrews), 47 ; p. 117, 1. 40 ; 

p. 120,11.7, 30; p. 139, 1.2 
Lewes, Lewis, Sussex (Mr Pierce), 

p. 5, 1. 42 ; p. 21, 1. 6 
Lichfield, Litch-, (Mr Hunter), p. 21, 

1.26; p. 46, 1. 36; p. 74, 1. 22 
Lincoln College, Oxford, p. 131, 1. 29 
Lincoln (Mr Garmstone), p. 24, 1. 10 ; 

p. 25, 1. 23 ; p. 47, 1. 10 (Mr Grodal) ; 

p. 59, 1. 2 (Mr Goodall) ; p. 61, 1. 2 ; 

p. 72, 1. 39 ; p. 80, 1. 46 ; p. 81, \. 4 ; 

p. 97, 1. 11 ; p. 106, 1. 48; p. 109, 1. 1 

(Mr Rolt) ; p. 112, 1. 39 ; p. 126, 1. 23 ; 

p. 135, 1. 16; p. 146, 1. 44 (Mr Rolte) ; 

p. 170, 1. 32 (Mr Hewthwaite) ; p. 174, 

1.21 
Linton, Yorkshire (Mr Hewit), p. 128, 

1. 8 ; p. 162, 1. 25 
Lismore, co. Waterford, Ireland (Mr 

HiU), p. 55, 1. 9 
Llanegryn, Merionethshire (Mr Ed- 
wards), p. 43, 1. 19 
Llangathen, Carmarthenshire (Mr Pro- 

thero), p. 86, 1. 28 
Loughborough, Leicestershire (Mr 

Martin), p. 69, 1. 34; p. 71, 1. 14; 

p. 88, 1. 22; p. 170,1.25 
Loughton (Mr Browne), p. 32, 1. 26 
Lowth(e), Lincolnshire (Mr Williams), 

p. 17, 11. 18, 22 
Lowther, Westmorland (Mr Wilkinson) , 

p. 61, 1. 34 ; p. 87, 1. 26 ; p. 89, 1. 14 ; 

p. 97, II. 37, 40 
Luddesdown, Ludsdown, Kent (Mr 

Thornton), p. 49, 1. 14 
Lund, Lancashire (Mr Turner), p. 18, 

1.24 
Lym(m), Cheshire (Mr Spencer), p. 36, 

1. 14 ; p. 48, 1. 22 
Lynn Regis, p. 83, 1. 46 (Mr Squire) ; 

p. 119, 1. 25 (Mr Pigge) ; p. 160, 1. 

25 

Macclesfield (Mr Denham), p. 10, 1. 26 ; 
p. 57, 1. 5 : p. 58, 1. 22 (Mr Allen) ; 
p. 150, 1. 5 (Mr Atkinson) ; p. 153, 
1. 10 

Madeley, Staffs (Mr Jenkinson), p. 10, 
1.48 

Maer, Marre, Staffordshire (Mr Small- 
wood), p. 138, 1. 24 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, p. 77, L 29 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, p. 43, 
1.26 



278 



INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



Maidstone, Kent, p. 13, 1. 2; p. 27, 

I. 21 (Mr Walwyn) ; p. 95, 1. 33 (Mr 
Walvyn); p. 97, 1. 44; p. 127, 1. 43 
(Mr Kussel) ; p. 161, 1. 14 

Mallborough ; see Marlborough 
Manchester (Mr Barrow), p. 17, 1. 25 ; 

p. 26, 1. 14 ; p. 37, 1. 21 ; p. 59, 1. 8 

(Mr Brook) ; p. 62, 1. 40; p. 78, 1. 42 ; 

p. 80, 1. 32 ; p. 84, 1. 32 ; p. 89, 1. 29 ; 

p. 94, 1. 6; p. 96, 1. 25 (Mr Brooks); 

p. 99, 1. 23 (Mr Brooke) ; p. 109, 1. 

24 ; p. 110, 1. 17; p. 115, 1. 4 ; p. 117, 

II. 9, 14 ; p. 124, 11. 19, 23 ; p. 126, 
1. 20; p. 128, 1. 1; p. 129, 1. 34; 
p. 139, 1. 27 (Mr Purnell); p. 140, 
1. 13; p. 145, 1. 34; ip. 147, 1. 35 
(Mr Clayton) ; p. 148, 1. 11 ; p. 149, 
1. 41 (Mr P.) ; p. 150, 1. 21 ; p. 152, 
1. 29 ; p. 158, 1. 13 ; p. 159, 1. 45 ; 
p. 162, 1. 29; p. 165, 11. 5, 9; p. 170, 
1. 10; p. 172, 1. 27 (Mr Lawson) ; 
p. 174,1. 42; p. 175,1.5 

Mansfield, Notts (Mr Hucklebridge), 
p. 33, 1. 33; p. 52, 1. 23; p. 122, 
1. 6 (Mr Depleidge); p. 129, 1. 2 (Mr 
Deplage) 

Market Bosworth, Leicestershire (Mr 
Crompton), p. 101, 1. 44 

Market Kaising (Easen), Lincolnshire, 
p. 124, 1. 39 

Market Street, Herts and Beds, p. 106, 
1. 8; p. 112, 1. 35 (Dr Pitman); p. 
136, 1. 38 ; p. 137, 11. 3, 11 ; p. 142, 
1. 13 

Marlborough, Mallborough (Mr Hil- 
drop), p. 6, 1. 44 ; p. 36, 1. 9 ; p. 39, 
1. 5 ; p. 48, 1. 16 ; p. 53, 1. 36 ; p. 70, 
1. 40 (Mr Hiltrop) ; p. 72, 1. 36 ; p. 84, 
1. 27 (Mr Stone) ; p. 85, 1. 36 ; p. 87, 
1. 23 ; p. 88, 1. 6 ; p. 93, 11. 4, 12 ; 
p. 105, 1. 32 ; p. 108, 1. 11 ; p. 110, 
1. 31; p. 118, 1. 38; p. 129, 1. 12; 
p. 131, 1. 9; p. 137, 1. 24 (Mr S. and 
Mr Thomas Meyler); p. 140, 1. 32 
(Mr M.); p. 142, 1. 17; p. 146, 1. 47 
(Mr Malon) ; p. 148, 1. 7 (Mr Naylor) ; 
p. 1.50, 1. 31; p. 154, 1. 24; p. 155, 
1. 29 ; p. 157, 1. 15 ; p. 160, 1. 33 ; 
p. 162, 1. 9 ; p. 167, 1. 43 ; p. 168, 
1. 4 ; p. 170, 1. 48 ; p. 173, 1. 27 ; p. 
176, 1. 44 

Merchant Taylors' (Mr Parsell), p. 6, 
1. 33; p. 10,1. 30; p. 17, 1. 6; p. 19, 
1. 16; p. 30, 1. 28 (Mr P. and Dr 
Smith); p. 39, 1. 8; p. 45, 1. 20; 
p. 50, 1. 35; p. 54, 11. 1, 21; p. 56, 
1. 34 ; p. 63, 1. 26 ; p. 97, 1. 34 (Mr 
Creech) ; p. 121, 1. 7 (Mr Creicke) ; 
p. 123, 1. 37 ; p. 135, 1. 43 (Dr Criche) ; 
p. 168, 1. 8 

Merton College, Oxford, p. 91, 1. 37 



Micklethwait, Bingley, Yorkshire (Mr 

Ellison), p. 23, 1. 36 
Millom, Cumberland (Mr Steele), p. 14, 

1. 44 
Milton Abbas, Abbey-M., Dorsetshire, 

p. 141, 1. 8 
Monks- Soam (Monk Soham), Suffolk 

(Mr Eaye), p. 57, 1. 18 ; p. 110, 1. 5 
Morland, Westmorland (Mr Thomp- 
son), p. 48, 1. 28 
Morpeth, p. 24, 1. 15 ; p. 30, 1. 9 (Mr 

Cary) ; p. 69, 1. 42 (Mr Holden) ; p. 

86, 1. 42 
Mortlock(?), (Mr Ellys), p. 51, 1. 29 
Moulton, Lincolnshire (Mr Chapman), 

p. 53,1. 14; p. 134, 1.34 
Much Haddam (-ham), Herts, p. 85, 1. 

18 (Mr Hassell) 
Much Woolton, Lancashire (Mr Holmes) , 

p. 37, 1. 4 

Newark, Notts (Mr Warburton), p. 30, 

1. 39; p. 42, 1. 29; p. 50, 1. 31; p. 

54, 1. 7; p. 56, 1. 42; p. 88, 1. 13 

(Mr Broughton) 
Newcastle on Tyne, p. 26, 1. 21 ; p. 33, 

1. 37; p. 49, 1. 10; p. 63, 1. 23 (Mr 

Salkeld) ; p. 66, 1. 5 ; p. 69, 1. 27 ; 

p. 73, 1. 18 (Mr Lodge) ; p. Ill, 1. 

41 (2Mr Dawes); p. 137, 1. 29 (Mr 

Moises); p. 138, 1. 6 (Mr Moyses); 

p. 157, 1. 26 ; p. 169, 1. 14 
New College School, Oxford, p. 58, 1. 31; 

p. 65, 1. 38 (Mr Bowler) 
New College, Oxford, p. 58, 1. 24 
New Inn Hall, Oxford, p. 92, 1. 5 
Newport, (Saffron) Walden, Essex (Mr 

Allen), p. 21, 1. 2 ; p. 47, 1. 29 
— Salop (Mr Lea), p. 73, 1. 15 ; p. 90, 

1.26; p. 128,1. 43 
Northampton (Mr Stiles), p. 3, 1. 2 ; 

p. 13, 11. 28, 33 (Antona) ; p. 21, 1. 13; 

p. 23, 1. 47; p. 38, 1. 1; p. 128, 1. 15 

(Mr Clark) 
North Leverton, Notts (Mr Battersby), 

p. 19, 1. 34 
Norwich (Mr Pate), p. 8, 1. 21 ; p. 120, 

1. 22 (Mr Bickmer) 
Nottingham (Mr Johnson), p. 3, 1. 33; 

p. 7, 1. 16 ; p. 66, 1. 35 (Mr Hardy) ; 

p. 75, 1. 6 (Mr Swale) ; p. 78, 1. 34 
Nuneaton, Warwickshire, p. 30, 1. 12 

(Mr Liptrott); p. 69, 1. 8; p. 76, 

1.34 

Oakham, Okeham (Mr Wright), p. 3, 
1. 20 ; p. 12, 1. 14 ; p. 14, 1. 5 ; p. 18, 
1. 37 ; p. 20, 1. 32 ; p. 26, 1. 37 ; p. 31, 
1. 20 ; p. 41, 1. 29 ; p. 42, 1. 4 ; p. 48, 
1. 40 (Mr Adcock); p. 49, 1. 36; p. 



Possibly Salford. 



2 Of Miscellanea Critica. 



INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



279 



56, 1. 39; p. 69, 1. 26; p. 66, 1. 22; 

p. 69, 1. 30 ; p. 77, 1. 27 ; p. 80, 1. 23 ; 

p., 86, 1. 31; p. 88, U. 21, 34; p. 91, 

1. 43 ; p. 92, 1. 24 ; p. 94, 1. 32 ; p. 

104, 1. 23 ; p. 109, 1. 14 ; p. 115, 1. 32 ; 

p. 116, 1. 17; p. 117, 1. 18; p. 118, 

1. 22; p. 125, 1, 35; p. 128, 1. 40; 

p. 129, 1. 23 ; p. 139, 1. 16 ; p. 140, 

1. 2 ; p. 141, 1. 17 (Mr PoweU) ; p. 

144, 1. 24 ; p. 153, U. 2, 38 ; p. 158, 

1. 37 (Mr Markham); p. 163, 1. 31; 

p. 173, 1. 36 ; p. 176, 11. 11, 30 
Oriel Coll., Oxford, p. 145, 1. 8 ; p. 158, 

1. 1 
Ormesby, Lincolnshire (Mr Smith), p. 

163, 1. 28 
Oswistry, Salop (Mr Patrick), p. 49, 

1.33 
Ottrington (?), Yorkshire, p. 128, 1. 

23 
Oundle, Northamptonshire (Mr Jones), 

p. 43, 1. 36 
Over Cotton, Leeke, Staffordshire, p. 

139, 1. 26 
Oxford University, p. 64, 11. 8, 19 ; p. 

87, U. 33, 34, 35; p. 89, 1. 44; p. 95, 

1.14 

Peckham, Surrey (Mr Milner), p. Ill, 
1. 16 

Pembroke (Mr Evans), p. 12, 1. 18 ; p. 
25, 1. 26 

Pembroke College, Oxford, p. 84, 1. 1 ; 
p. 98,1.26; p. 123, 1. 18 

Pennystone, Yorkshire (Mr Ramesden), 
p. 45, 11. 1, 4 

Penrith, Cumberland, (Mr Yates), p. 
138, 1. 12 

Peterborough, p. 5, 1. 7; p. 47, 1. 38 
(Mr Sparkes); p. 53, 1. 8 (Mr Brad- 
field); p. 62, 1. 27; p. 74, 1. 34; p. 
82, 1. 5; p. 93, 1. 36 (Mr MarshaU); 
p. 101, 1. 40; p. 107, 1. 6; p. 108, 
1. 17; p. 118, 1. 15; p. 122, 1. 2; 
p. 123, 1. 10; p. 140, 1. 20 (Mr 
Mirehouse); p. 142, 1. 3; p. 157, 

I. 39 (Mr Marsham) ; p. 163, 1. 9 
Petworth, Sussex, p. 119, 1. 19 
Pocklington, Yorkshire (Mr Baker), 

p. 21, 1. 22; p. 31, 1. 12 (Mr Lantrow 
and Mr B.), 1. 31 (Mr B.); p. 53, 

II. 17, 20; p. 115, 1. 9 (Mr Robin- 
son); p. 124, 1. 30; p. 143, 1. 18 
(Mr Birbeck); p. 145, 1. 38; p. 153, 
1. 12 (Mr Basket); p. 155, 1. 10; p. 
173, 1. 20 

Preston, Lancashire (Mr Manwaring), 
p. 4, 1. 11; p. 9, 1. 2; p. 87, 1. 37 
(Mr Davis); p. 95, 1. 1 (Mr Oliver) 

Pullely ; see Pwllheli 

Pwllheli, Pullely, Pwlhely, Carnarvon- 
shire (Mr Jones), p. 51, 1. 23; p. 105, 
1. 20 



Queen's College, Oxford, p. 40, 1. 3; 
p. 60, 1. 42 



Reading (Mr Hiley), p. 100, 1. 12; p. 

175, 1. 47 (J. Spicer, M.A.) 
Reigate, Rygate, Surrey (Mr Rigden), 

p. 62, 1. 24 
Repton, Repington, Derbyshire (Mr 

Fletcher), p. 68, 1. 1 ; p. 78, 1. 21 ; 

p. 82, 1. 38; p. 90, 1. 29 ; p. 94, 1. 29 ; 

p. Ill, 1. 4 (Mr Astley); p. 115, 

1. 24; p. 122, 1. 21; p. 135, 1. 32 (Mr 

Asteley) ; p. 143, 1. 45 ; p. 144, 1. 1 ; 

p. 149, 1. 15; p. 151, 1. 12; p. 165, 

I. 19 (Mr Asteley); p. 168, 1. 11; p. 
169, 1. 31 

Richmond, Surrey (Mr Mackenzey), p. 

40, 1. 30 
Richmond, Yorkshire (Mr Close), p. 

44,11.41, 43; p. 70, 1.43 
Rip(p)on (Mr Baiber), p. 63, 1. 44; 

p. 70, 1. 34 (Mr Steevens) ; p. 76, 11. 

II, 21, 24, 30 (Mr Stephens) ; p. 82, 
1. 16; p. 86,1. 11 

Risbrook, Yorkshire (?), private school 

at, p. 60, 1. 6 
Rishworth, Risworth, Rushworth, Rus- 

worth, Yorkshire (Mr Wadesworth, 

Wads-), p. 54, 1. 15; p. 97, 1. 2; 

p. 99, 11. 27, 31; p. 105, 1. 26; p. 

113, 1. 12; p. 124, 1. 43; p. 146, 1. 9 

(Mr Richard Learoyd) ; p. 154, 1. 40; 

p. 175, 1. 28 
Rivington, Lancashire (Mr Glasse- 

brooke), p. 3, 1. 8; p. 39, 1. 45 (Mr 

Pierpoint); p. 81, 1. 12 (Mr Nor- 

eross); p. 93, 1. 15; p. 101, 1. 33; p. 

112, 1. 4; p. 121, 1. 31 
Rochdale (Mr Kippax), p. 22, 1. 20; 

p. 91, 1. 2 (Mr Sutcliffe); p. 101, 1. 

13; p. 109,1. 11 
Rochester, The King's School (Mr 

Colson), p. 36, 1. 24; p. 41, 1. 32; 

p. 50, 1. 6 (Mr Dormer); p. 125, 1. 

31 (Mr Soan); p. 129, 1. 15; p. 134, 

1. 11 
Rother(h)am, Rothram, Yorkshire (Mr 

Withers), p. 26, 1. 33; p. 48, 1. 34; p. 

49, 1. 1; p. 98, 1. 29 (Mr Stephenson) 
Royston, Herts (Mr Spearman), p, 107, 

1.9 
Rugby, Warwickshire (Mr Holyoake), 

p. 1, 11. 6, 20; p. 3, 11. 12, 16; p. 8, 

1. 44 
Rushworth; see Rishworth 
Ruthin, Rythen, Rythwin, Denbigh- 
shire (Mr Lloyd), p. 5, 1. 39; p. 63, 

1. 10; p. 65, 1. 4 (Mr Vaughan); 

p. 115, 1. 14 (Mr Hughes) ; p. 119, 

1. 5; p. 126, 1. 32; p. 132, 1. 22; 

p. 137, 1. 42; p. 148, 1. 38; p. 156, 

1. 39; p. 163, 1. 21; p. 164, 1. 1; 



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INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



p. 165, 1. 29; p. 166, U. 12, 16, 20; 

p. 167, U. 24, 35 
Bygate ; see Reigate 
Rythen ; see Euthin 
Rythwin ; see Buthin 

Salford, Lancashire (Mr Clayton), p. 

88, 1. 17; p. 105, 1. 17; p. 146, 

1. 26 
SaUsbury, Wilts (Mr Heal), p. 46, 

1. 45; p. 61, 1. 24; p. 86, 1. 2 (Mr 

Hele); p. 94, 1. 10 (Mr Thomas); p. 

103, 1. 2 
Sandwich, Kent (Mr Button), p. 82, 

1.25 
St Alban's Hall, Oxford, p. 131, 1. 37 
St Bees, Cumberland (Mr Jackson), p. 

40, 1. 36; p. 132, 1. 5 (Mr Fisher); 

p. 137, 1. 35 
St Ives, Hunts, p. 42, 1. 39 
St John's College, Oxford, p. 40, 1. 8; 

p. 123, 1. 40 
St Mary's Hall, Oxford, p. 102, 1. 47; 

p. 123, 1. 4 
St Martin's Library, i.e. Abp Tenison's 

School (Mr Bichardson), p. 25, 1. 19 
— Paul's, London (Mr Askew), p. 2, 

I. 44; p. 30, 1. 24 (Dr Ayscough) ; 
p. 54, 1. 39; p. 62, 1. 30 (Mr Mor- 
land); p. 63, 1. 47; p. 86, 1. 34 
(Mr Crump and Mr Charles) ; p. 
147, 1. 18 (Mr Thickness); p. 152, 

II. 5, 8; p. 167,1. 21; p. 175,1. 22 
Seaming, Norfolk (Mr Brett), p. 99, 1. 

10; p. 132, 1. 42 

Scorton, Skorton, Yorkshire (Mr No- 
ble), p. 91, 11. 5, 10; p. 97, 1. 25; 
p. 98, 1. 33; p. 100, 1. 17; p. 108, 
1. 14; p. 116, 1. 2; p. 121, 1. 34; 
p. 134, 1. 37; p. 138, 1. 2; p. 139, 
1. 34; p. 149, 1. 1; p. 151, 1. 8; p. 
154, 1. 3; p. 165, 1. 44; p. 168, 1. 35; 
p. 170, 1. 40 

Seberham (Seberg-), Cumberland, p. 
135, 1. 9 

Sedbergh, Sedberg, Yorkshire (Mr 
Saunders), p. 1, 1. 16; p. 4, 11. 2, 10 
29,40; p. 6, 1. 16; p. 9, 11. 2,6, 15 
30, 33, 41; p. 11, 1. 42; p. 13, 11. 24 
36; p. 14, 1. 1; p. 19, 1. 4; p. 23 
1. 6 ; p. 24, 1. 19 (Mr Wharton, Mr 
Dwyer, Mr S.); p. 26, 11. 3, 21, 28 
p. 29, 1. 41; p. 31, 11. 40, 43; p. 32 
1. 22; p. 33, 11. 5, 9; p. 34, 1. 32 
p. 37, 1. 36 (Dr S.); p. 38, 11. 11, 14 
p. 40, 1. 20; p. 41, 1. 46; p. 42 
1. 10; p. 44, 11. 6, 15; p. 48, 1. 25 
p. 49, 11. 11, 17; p. 50, 11. 13, 23 
p. 51, 1. 39; p. 54, 11. 4, 18; p. 56 
1. 11; p. 58, 1. 16; p. 60, 11. 34, 37 
40; p. 61, 11. 8, 15; p. 62, 1. 18 
p. 63, 11. 20, 29; p. 64, 1. 40; p. 65 
1. 31; p. 66, 11. 31, 42; p. 67, 1. 30 



p. 70, 1. 46; p. 71, 1. 26; p. 74, L 25; 
p. 79, 11. 21, 25; p. 83, 1. 35; p. 84, 
11. 12, 17; p. 91, 1.34; p. 92, 1. 15; 
p. 93, 1. 16; p. 94, 1. 17; p. 97, 
11. 6, 22; p. 102, 11. 18, 23, 35 (Dr 
'Sanders'); p. 105, 1. 23; p. 106, 
11. 5, 18 (Dr S. and Mr Broxholme), 
29, 33; p. 107, 1. 36 (Mr B.); p. 108, 
1. 2; p. 109, 11. 8, 43; p. 112, 1. 23; 
p. 119, 1. 11 (Mr B. and Mr Bate- 
man) ; p. 123, 1. 26 (Mr Bateman) ; 
p. 124, 1. 26; p. 125, 11. 4, 21; 
p. 127, 1. 39; p. 130, 11. 13, 16, 21, 
37; p. 132, 11. 13, 38; p. 133, 1. 31; 
p. 135, 1. 36; p. 136, 1. 26; p. 137, 
1, 20; p. 142, 11. 9, 25; p. 143, 

I. 15; p. 144, 1. 5; p. 145, 1. 15; 
p. 146, 1. 40; p. 148, 1. 42; p. 149, 

II. 34, 37; p. 151, 11. 4, 38; p. 154, 
1. 16; p. 155, 1. 25; p. 156, 11. 5, 
14, 17; p. 159, 1. 23; p. 161, 1. 5; 
p. 162, 1. 45; p. 163, 1. 14; p. 165, 
1. 16; p. 166, 1. 8; p. 167, L 9; 
p. 168, 1. 35; p. 169, 1. 6 (Dr B.); 
p. 170, 1. 17; p. 171, 1. 39; p. 172, 
1. 4 ; p. 173, 11. 12, 31 ; p. 174, 1. 6; 
p. 176, 1. 7 

S6noke; see Sevenoaks 

Sevenoaks, S6noke, Sevenoak, Kent 
(Mr Simpson), p. 58, 1. 2; p. 103, 
1. 15 ; p. 136, 1. 10 (Mr Holme) ; 
p. 139, 1. 5 

Sheffield (Mr Robinson), p. 41, 1. 36; 
p. 44, 11. 28, 31; p. 52, 11. 11, 14, 
17; p. 57, 1. 24; p. 59, 1. 14; p. 61, 
1, 11; p. 66, 11. 10, 13; p. 78, 1. 38; 
p. 95, 1. 29 (Mr Cliff); p. 99, 1. 34; 
p. 127, 1. 22 (Mr Marshal) ; p. 165, 
1. 13; p. 177, 1. 7 (Mr John Smith) 

Sherbourne, Dorsetshire (Mr Gerard), 
p. 21, 1. 30 ; p. 35, 1. 22 (Mr Wild- 
ing) ; p. 65, 1. 44 ; p. 67, 1. 23 ; p. 72, 
1. 13 

Sherbourne, Yorkshire (Mr Potter), 
p. 4, 11. 17, 21; p. 13, 1. 11 (Mr 
Williams) ; p. 26, 1. 2 (Mr Moseley); 
p. 27, L 29; p. 31, 1. 35; p. 32, 
1. 21; p. 36, 1. 17; p. 46, 1. 2 (Mr 
Lowther); p. 48, 1. 10; p. 50, 1. 9; 
p. 52, 1. 43; p. 53, 11. 1, 4; p. 71, 
1. 6 (Mr Young); p. 72, 1. 10 (Mr 
L.) ; p. 73, 1. 2 (Mr Y.) ; p. 75, 1. 13 
(Mr Clayton) ; p. 86, 11. 20, 24 (Mr 
Addison) ; p. 102, 1. 5 

Shipton, Yorkshire (Mr Clarke), p. 70, 
1. 37 

Shrewsbury (Mr Lloyd), p. 5, 1. 17; 
p. 6, 11. 26, 29; p. 19, 11. 20, 31; 
p. 22, 1.8; p. 27, 1.45; p. 28, 1. 11; 
p. 41, 1. 42 (Mr Owen); p. 42, 11. 16, 
19; p. 47, 1. 12 (Mr Tench); p. 55, 
1. 44 (Dr Philips) ; p. 56, 11. 14, 17 ; 
p. 57, 1. 21; p. 64, 1. 34; p. 70, 



INDEX OP SCHOOLS. 



281 



11. 10, 13; p. 74, 1. 28; p. 75, 1. 24 
p. 81, 1. 9; p. 93, 1. 33 (Mr Hotch 
kis); p. 99, 1. 8; p. 106, 1. 25 
p. 109, 11. 4, 30; p. 112, 1. 45 
p. 113, 1. 2 (Mr Parry); p. 115 

I. 8 (Mr H.); p. 124, 1. 2; p. 127 

II. 10, 14; p. 131, 1. 2 (Mr Parry) 
p. 133, 1. 23 (Mr H.); p. 134, 1. 20 
p. 136, 1. 2; p. 138, 1. 9 (Mr H.) 
p. 139, 1. 23 (Mr Hodgkis); p. 150 
11. 33 (Mr Newling), 37; p. 153 
1. 41; p. 156, 1. 8; p. 158, 1. 21 
p. 161, 1. 27 ; p. 162, 1. 41 ; p. 165, 
1.2; p. 166,11. 1,24 

Silsoe, Beds, p. 138, 1. 28 
Skipton in Craven, Yorkshire (Messrs 
Carre and Settell), p. 5, 1. 3; p. 8, 

I. 13 (Mr Leadall); p. 23, 1. 30; 
p. 80, 1. 26 (Mr Wilkinson); p. 118, 

II. 8, 12; p. 128, 1. 5; p. 137, 1. 14; 
p. 158, 1. 10 

Slaidbum, Sladborne, Sladbourn, 

Yorkshire (Mr Bradbury), p. 42, 1. 

22; p. 73, 1. 31; p. 101, 1. 19 (Mr 

Carr) ; p. 107, 1. 18 
Sleaford, Lincolnshire, p. 173, 1. 36 
SolyhuU, Warwickshire (Mr Mashiler), 

p. 106, 1. 22 
Southampton (Mr Kingsman), p. 35, 

1. 32; p. 58, 1. 34; p. 98, 1. 21 (Mr 

Scott) 
Southill, Beds (Mr Bradford), p. 47, 

1. 19 
Southwark, Surrey (Mr Symons), p. 

43, 1. 33; p. 148, 1. 22 (Mr Davies); 

p. 157, 1. 32 
Southwell, Notts (Mr Neepe), p. 30, 

1. 38; p. 32, 1. 17 (Mr Lambe); p. 

37, 1. 45; p. 47, 1. 32 (Mr Hodson); 

p. 53, 1. 11 (Mr Hodgshon) ; p. 75, 

1. 36 (Mr Bugg); p. 80, 1. 29; p. 89, 

1. 33; p. 101, 1. 36; p. 105, 1. 14; 

p. 106, 1. 15; p. 116, 1. 12; p. 119, 

1. 16; p. 128, 1. 39; p. 129, 1. 19; 

p. 134, 1. 14; p. 147, 1. 31; p. 167, 

1. 18; p. 175, 1. 18 
Spalding, Spaldwin, Lincolnshire (Mr 

Waring), p. 8, 1. 25; p. 25, 1. 3 (Mr 

Neve); p. 30, 1. 35; p. 31, 1. 4; 

p. 47, 1. 23; p. 51, 1. 14: p. 100, 

1. 5 (Mr Whiting) ; p. Ill, 1. 45 
Spaldwin; see Spalding 
Stafford (Mr Dearie), p. 17, 1. 15; p. 

160, 1. 18 
Stamford (Mr Turner), p. 12, 1. 1; 

p. 21, 1. 37; p. 38, 1. 24; p. 77, 

1. 38; p. 82, 1. 5 (Mr Reid); p. 122, 

1. 41 (Mr Reed); p. 134, 1. 34; p. 

142, 1. 45 
Staveley, Derbyshire (Mr Robinson), 

p. 113, 1. 19 



Stockport (Mr Dale), p. 10, 1. 38; p. 
17, 1. 26; p. 22, 1. 21; p. 42, 1. 36; 
p. 43, 11. 9, 13; p. 50, 1. 27; p. 56, 
11. 5, 8; p. 60, 1. 46; p. 63, 11. 1, 4; 
p. 69,1. 19; p. 71, 1. 22; p. 75, 11. 
28,32; p. 76, 1.7 

Stoke, Staffordshire (Mr Lea), p. 5, 
1.21 

Stourbridge, Worcestershire (Mr Han- 
cock), p. 115, 1. 23 

Stretham, Streatham, Surrey (Mr Tal- 
bot), p. 103, 1. 38; p. 117, 1. 30; p. 
130, 1. 25 

Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire (Mr 
Saunders), p. 11, 1. 15 

Sutton, Wilts (Mr Rogers), p. 131, 1. 
16 

Sutton Valence, Kent (Mr Savage), p. 
54, 1. 31; p. 72, 1. 4 (Mr Fletcher); 
p. 73, 1. 12 (Mr S.); p. 101, 1. 26 
(Mr Clendon); p. 114, 1. 39; p. 141, 
1. 12 (Mr Hardy); p. 161,1.9 

Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambridgeshire 
(Mr Davies), p. 63, 1. 8 

Swansey (-a), p. 22, 1. 13 

Tamworth (Mr Shaw), p. 18, 1. 48; p. 

105, 1. 33 (Mr Prinsep) 
Tarvin, Cheshire (Mr Thomason), ^. 

47, 1. 26; p. 115, 1. 13; p. 116, 1. 36 
(Mr Thomasen) 

Taunton, Somerset, p. 16, 1. 32; p. 39, 

1. 39 (Mr Upton) ; ip. 43, 1. 16 (Mr 

Gouldsborough); p. 129, 1. 26 (Mr 

Henley) 
Tavistock, Devonshire, p. 143, 1. 29 
Teasdale, Tideswell, Derbyshire, p. 64, 

1.27 
Tenby, Pembrokeshire (Mr Edwards), 

p. 81, 1. 31; p. 86, 1. 17 (Mr Hol- 

combe) 
Thame, Oxon, p. 8, 1. 17 
Themworth ; see Turnworth 
Thorn(e)ton, Yorkshire (Mr Dowbig- 

gm), p. 10, 1. 12; p. 26, 1. 40; p. 59, 

1.32 
Thorp, Skipton, Yorkshire, p. 126, 1. 12 
Threshfield, Yorkshire (Mr Marshall), 

p. 4, 11. 25, 36; p. 11, 1. 33; p. 14, 

1.33; p. 16, 1. 2; p. 18, 11. 41, 45; 

p. 22, 1. 37; p. 23, 1. 10; p. 24, 1. 2 ; 

p. 28, 1. 25 ; p. 32, I. 3 ; p. 41, 11. 1, 

5, 17 ; p. 45, 1. 30 ; p. 47, 1. 4 ; p. 

48, 1. 19 ; p. 52, 1. 40 ; p. 55, 1. 33 ; 
p. 58, 1. 8; p. 65, 11. 11, 15; p. 69, 
1. 38 ; p. 71, 11. 39, 42 ; p. 79, 1. 14 ; 
p. 85, 1. 29 ; p. 89, 11. 21, 25 ; p. 96, 

I. 2; p. 100, 1. 31 (Mr Knowls); p. 
104, 1. 20 ; p. 107, 1. 12 ; p. 108, 1. 8; 
p. 113, 1. 33 ; p. 115, 1. 12 ; p. 118, 

II. 30, 35 ; p. 121, 1. 2 ; p. 126, 1. 13 



> ' Pernton ' in Rexister. 



282 



INDEX OF SCHOOLS. 



(Mr Hewit); p. 134, 1. 43; p. 135, 

U. 2, 6; p. 150, 1. 9; p. 153, U. 26, 

29 ; p. 161, 1. 34 ; p. 165, 1. 23 
Tipshall, Derbyshire (Mr Edwards), 

p. 122, 1. 30 
Tiverton (Mr Eayner), p. 45, I. 7 ; p. 

49, 1. 40 (Mr Eeyner) ; p. 51, 1. 11 ; 

p. 91, 1. 47 (Mr Westley) ; p. 99, 1. 41 

(Mr Smith) ; p. 103, 1. 5 (Mr Daddo) ; 

p. 159, 1. 16 
Totness, Devonshire, p. 99, 1. 41 (Mr 

Taunton) 
Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex (Mr 

Gawthrop), p. 71, 1. 2 
Trentham, Staffordshire (Mr Har 

greaves), p. 45, 1. 10 ; p. 57, 11. 34 

40 ; p. 60, 1. 29 ; p. 62, 1. 21 ; p. 119 

1.34 
Trinity College, Dublin, p. 14, 1. 36 

p. 67, 1. 33 ; p. 127, 11. 2, 6 
Oxford, p. 61, 1. 21; p. 67, 1. 

42; p. 69, 1. 6; p. 121,1.24 
Tunbridge, Ton-, Kent (Mr Spencer), 

p. 2, 1. 29; p. 6, 1.20; p. 9, 1. 26; 

p. 38, 1. 4; p. 39, 1. 15; p. 62, 1. 14; 

p. 67, 1. 27; p. 87, 1. 2; p. 100, 1. 8; 

p. 127, 1. 33 (Mr Cawthorne) ; p. 129, 

1. 41; p. 133, 1. 6; p. 147, 1. 26; p. 

152, 1. 41; p. 164, 1. 34 (Mr Towers); 

p. 168, 1. 9 
Turnworth, Thernworth, Blandford, 

Dorset, p. 50, 1. 39 

U(c)kfield, Sussex (Mr Jernison), p. 

122, 1. 26; p. 170, 1. 44 (Mr Geri- 

son) 
University College, Oxford, p. 91, 1. 

31 
Uppingham (Mr Savage), p. 16, 1. 26 ; 

p. 29, 1. 48; p. 34, 1. 37 (Mr S. and 

Mr Reddall) ; p. 37, 1. 17 ; p. 38, 1. 

29 (Mr K.) ; p. 95, 1. 17 (Mr Hubbert); 

p. 120, 1. 6 (Mr Hubbard) ; p. 153, 

1. 16 (Mr Knapp); p. 158, 1. 17; p. 

159, 1. 34 ; p. 160, 1. 37 ; p. 170, 1. 25 ; 

p. 172, 1. 1 
Urchfont, Wilts (Mr Gibbes and Mr 

Jacques), p. 145, 1. 2 
Urswick in F urn ess, Lancashire (Mr 

Holmes), p. 28, 1. 3; p. 96, 1. 13 

(Mr Addison) ; p. 138, 1. 34 
Uxbridge, p. 126, 1. 17 

Wadham College, Oxford, p. 54, 1. 9 ; 

p. 128, 1. 20 ; p. 147, 1. 10 ; p. 160, 

1. 30 
Wakefield (Mr Clarke), p. 3, 1. 27; p. 

16, 1. 2; p. 22, 1. 44; p. 25, 1. 18; 

p. 26, 1. 32 ; p. 27, 1. 24 ; p. 35, 1. 12 ; 

p. 36, 1. 17; p. 57, 1. 28; p. 73, 1. 

28 (Mr Wilson) ; p. 143, 1. 19 ; p. 145, 

1. 23 ; p. 148, 1. 15 (Mr C.) ; p. 151, 

1. 20 



Walden, Saffron Walden, Essex (Mr 
BuUs), p. 56, 1. 45; p. 66, 1. 14; p. 
78, 1. 14 

Walkington, Beverley, Yorkshire (Mr 
Sedgwick), p. 43, 1. 29 

Walsingham, Norfolk (Mr Roberts), 
p. 55, 1. 30 

Wanslay (?), Derbyshire (Mr Fame- 
worth), p. 37, 1. 21 

Warminster, Wilts (Mr Barry), p. 13, 
1. 19; p. 63,1. 35; p. Ill, 1. 10 

Warrington, Lancashire (Mr Hay- 
ward), p. 37, 1. 5; p. 76, 1. 6; p. 96, 
1.24 

Warwick (Mr Lydiott), p. 11, 1. 22 

Wath, Yorkshire (Mr Panther), p. 100, 

I. 21; p. 109, 1. 33 (Mr Pamther) 
Wellas (Mr Bryan), p. 113, 1. 22 
Wellingborough, Northants(Mr Holme), 

p. 125, 11. 36, 39 ; p. 136, 1. 14 (Mr 

Holmes) ; p. 148, 1. 46 ; p. 158, 1. 30 
Wells, Somersetshire (Mr Wheeler), 

p. 110, 1. 25 
Wem, Salop (Mr Edwards), p. 46, 1. 31 ; 

p. 59, 1. 35 (Mr Appleton); p. 69, 1. 

23; p. 118, 1. 41; p. 119, 11. 30, 35, 

38 ; p. 147, 1. 36 (Mr Prythyrch) 
Westminster (Dr Friend), p. 2, 1. 26 ; 

p. 4, 11. 14, 44; p. 5, 1. 28; p. 8, 

II. 18,40; p. 11,U. 1, 10; p. 12,1. 8; 
p. 13, 1. 2 ; p. 21, 1. 18 ; p. 22, 1. 41 ; 
p. 25, 11. 14, 27, 30; p. 26, 1. 29; 
p. 28, 1. 30 ; p. 31, 1. 8 ; p. 32, 1. 36; 
p. 35, 1. 4; p. 36, 1. 36; p. 39, 1. 32; 
p. 40, U. 14, 24; p. 41, 11. 8, 23; p. 
44, 1. 3 ; p. 48, 1. 31; p. 51, U. 4, 16; 
p. 53, 1. 39 ; p. 55, U. 15, 19 ; p. 61, 
1. 30 ; p. 62, 11. 2, 5 ; p. 66, 1. 18 ; 
p. 74, 11. 5, 41 (Dr Nichols) ; p. 75, 
U. 16 (Dr F.), 20, 44 (Dr N.); p. 76, 
1. 37; p. 78, 1. 39 (Dr NicoU); p. 79, 
1. 5 ; p. 80, 11. 40, 43 ; p. 83, 1. 9 ; 
p. 85, 1. 22 ; p. 89, 1. 5 ; p. 90, 1. 32; 
p. 96, 1. 9 (Dr Nicol) ; p. 100, 1. 25 ; 
p. 104, 1. 7; p. 107, 1. 21; p. 109, 
1. 16 ; p. 114, 11. 18, 26 ; p. 116, 1. 29 ; 
p. 119, 1. 19; p. 121, 11. 14, 22, 28; 
p. 122, 1. 14; p. 126, 1. 35; p; 127, 

I. 18; p. 129, 1. 45; p. 130, 1. 31; 
p. 134, 1. 7; p. 137, U. 17, 46; p. 141, 

II. 5, 28 (Dr N. and Dr Markham) ; 
p. 144, 1. 32 (Dr N.) ; p. 145, 1. 27 
(Dr M.); p. 146, 1. 22; p. 152, 1. 11; 
p. 153, 1. 37 ; p. 154, 1. 7 ; p. 169, 
1. 38 (Dr Smith) ; p. 174, 1. 12 ; p. 
176, 1. 36 (Dr S. Ac.) 

Whitchurch, Salop (Mr Hughes), p. 2, 

1.33; p. 52, 1. 20; p. 58, 1. 37 
Wigton, Cumberland (Mr Salkeld), p. 

19, 1. 9 ; p. 69, 1. 46 (Mr Birbeck) ; 

p. 70, 1. 4 
William and Mary College, Virginia 

(Mr Frye), p. 38, 1. 40 



INDEX OP SCHOOLS. 



283 



Winbourne, Winbom {Wim-), Dorset- 
shire, p. 96, 1. 29 ; p. 143, L 22 {Mr 
Butt) 
Winchester (Dr Cheyney), p. 20, 1. 37 ; 
p. 58, 1. 34; p. 87, 1. 42 (Dr Burton); 
p. 112, 1. 42; p. 114, 1. 22; p. 125, 
1. 14 ; p. 140, 1. 35 ; p. 148, 1. 8 ; p. 
152, 1.19; p. 167, 1.29 

Winwick, Lancashire (Mr Wright), p. 
49, 1. 4 

Wisbich, Wisbech, Wisbitch (Mr Car- 
ter), p. 40, 1. 17; p. 70, 1. 19 (Mr 
Foster); p. 149, 1. 19 (Mr Clarkson); 
p. 155, 1. 39 

WoUaston, Northamptonshire (Mr 
Peake), p. 9, 1. 23 

Wolverhampton, Staffordshire (Mr 
Dawbry), p. 16, 1. 15 

Woodbridge, Suffolk (Mr Leeds), p. 9, 
1.37 

Woolaston, Northamptonshire, p. 27, 
1.42 

WooUer, Northumberland (Mr Lith- 
gow), p. 112, 1. 28 

Worcester (Mr Wilson), p. 6, 1. 34 

Worcester College, Oxford, p. 168, 1. 
41 

Worsborough, Yorkshire (Mr Stani- 
land), p. 92, 1. 8 

Wrexham (Mr Appleton), p. 19, 1. 28 ; 
p. 20, 1. 28 ; p. 39, 1. 23 ; p. 41, 1. 11 ; 
p. 77, 1. 20 (Mr Jones); p. 105, 1. 8 

Wymondham, Windham, Norfolk (Mr 
Sayer), p. 9, 1. 10 

Wyverston, Wiver-, Suffolk, p. 133, 
1. 39; p. 135, 1. 27 (Mr Stygal) 



York (Mr Clerk), p. 46, 1. 25 

— (Mr Foster), p. 4, 1. 22 ; p. 14, 1. 
24 

— (Mr Herbert), p. 4, 1. 18 ; p. 9, 
1. 19 ; p. 27, 1. 28 ; p. 28, 1. 22 

— (Mr Jackson), p. 65, 1. 27 



Private Schools 

At Chiswick, Middlesex (Mr Black), 

p. 143, 11. 36, 42 
In London, p. 83, 1. 25 (Mr Craner) ; 

p. 155,11.14, 17; p. 159,1.37 
At Norwich (Mr Pagan), p. 120, 1. 

18 
In Suffolk (Mr Bay), p. 79, 1. 32 
At Tenbury, i.e. Tenby (Mr Hol- 

combe), p. 142, 1. 21 
'Educated by his father,' 'at home, 
' in his father's house ' &c., ' privately, 
p. 65, 1. 24 ; p. 66, 1. 25 ; p. 67, 1. 16 
p. 68, 1. 38; p. 72, 1. 19; p. 76, 1. 27 
p. 81, 1. 18; p. 88, U. 2, 9; p. 89, I 
37; p. 92, 1.30; p. 94, 1. 48; p. 98 
11. 1,37; p. 102, 1.6; p. 103, 1.22 
p. 104, 1. 13 ; p. 105, U. 36, 40 ; p 
108, 1. 27; p. Ill, 1. 23; p. 114, 1. 2 
p. 116, 1.23; p. 124, 1.36; p. 126 
U. 6, 9 ; p. 128, 1. 16 ; p. 135, 1. 47 
p. 138, 1. 28 ; p. 144, 1. 27 ; p. 145. 
1. 6 ; p. 147, 1. 29 ; p. 155, 1. 19 ; p, 
156, 1. 21; p. 161,1.2; p. 163,1. 4 
p. 167, 1. 40; p. 168, U. 39, 46; p 
170, U. 7, 13, 22 ; p. 172, 11. 8, 23 
p. 174, 1. 12 ; p. 176, 1. 22 



LETTERS TESTIMONIAL EITHER GIVEN OR 
REFERRED TO. 



Cambridge : 

Clare Hall, p. 1, 1. 13; p. 33, 1. 14 

Catharine Hall, p. 2, 1. 6 

Corpus Christi College, p. 140, 1. 

27 
Emmanuel College, p. 2, 1. 16 
Jesus College, p. 60, 1. 1 ; p. 64, 11. 10, 

21; p. 166, 1.31 
King's College, p. 16, 1. 35; p. 84, 

1. 35 
Peterhouse, p. 116, 1. 4 
Sidney Sussex College, p. 71, 1. 29 
Dublin : 

Trinity College, p. 14, 1. 35 ; p. 67, 

1. 35 
Oxford : 
Balliol College, p. 34, 1. 8 



Oxford: 
Brasenose (CoK. Aeneanageme),'p.l5, 

1. 31; p. 24, 1.25 
Jesus College, p. 5, 1. 46 ; p. 20, 1. 11 ; 

p. 29, 1. 1 ; p. 33, L 42 ; p. 164, 

1. 5 ; p. 165, 1. 31 
Merton College, p. 7, 1. 1 ; p. 29, 1. 

24 
New College, p. 19, 1. 47; p. 27, 

1. 3 
Queen's College, p. 15, 1. 36 
St Mary's Hall, p. 24, 1. 33 
Trinity College, p. 67, 1. 44 ; p. 69, 

1. 10 
University College, p. 53, 1. 25 ; p. 

144, 1. 34 
Wadham College, p. 54, 1. 11 



TRADES, ETC. English. 



Ale-house keeper (cervisiarius), p. 79, 
1. 28; p. 123, 1. 35; p. 130,1.3; p. 
138, 1. 1 

A.M. St John's (Edward Lovell), p. 
141, 1. 31 

Archdeacon, p. 106, 1, 47 (of Lincoln) 

Architect {architectus), p. 98, 1. 23; p. 
159, 1. 14 

Attorney, p. 41, 1. 10; p. 42, 1. 21; 
p. 44, 1. 17; p. 46, 11. 8, 44; p. 47, 
1. 34; p. 49, 1. 3; p. 50, 1. 38; p. 56, 
1. 24; p. 62, 1. 33; p. 66, 1. 10; 
p. 67, 1. 3; p. 69, 1. 22; p. 76, 1. 17; 
p. 82, 1. 3; p. 87, 1. 22; p. 103, 1. 4; 
p. 127, 11. 9, 38; p. 132, 1. 37; 
p. 134, 1. 3; p. 136, 1. 21; p. 137, 
1.6; p. 138, 1.40; p. 164, 1.41 

— at law, p. 77, 1. 11; p. 79, 1. 24; 
p. 80, 1. 1; p. 81, 1. 11; p. 86, 11.7, 
41; p. 89, 1. 12; p. 90, 11. 28, 42; 
p. 91, 1. 46; p. 99, 1. 13; p. 100, 

I. 11; p. 107, 1. 20; p. 114, 1. 35; 
p. 117, 1. 33; p. 118, 1. 18; p. 119, 

II. 26, 37; p. 121, 11. 1, 17, 21; 
p. 125, 1. 34; p. 127, 1. 28; p. 129, 
1. 48; p. 135, 1. 42; p. 142, 11. 19, 
47; p. 143, 1. 5; p. 148, 11. 18, 33; 
p. 149, 1. 10; p. 150, 1. 20; p. 153, 
1. 36; p. 158, 1. 6; p. 160, 1. 7; p. 
163,1. 3; p. 174, 1.41 

— at law {attornatus ad legem), p. 77, 
1. 18 

Auditor of the exchequer (auditor ' sac- 
carii'), p. 104, 1. 35 

Bailiff (praediorum procurator), p. 93, 
1.41 

— (villicus, vilicus), p. 3, 1. 18; p. 
109, 1. 42 {vilicus) 

— (r. dispensator), p. 7, 1. 10 
Baker (pistor), p. 118, 1. 38; p. 171, 

1. 25 
Banker (argentarius), p. 172, 1. 22 

— (negotiator), p. 154, 1. 6 
Barber (barbitonsor), p. 6, 1. 43 

— (tonsor), p. 27, 1. 44; p. 50, 1. 16 
Baron, p. 3, 1. 11 ; p. 22, 1. 40 ; p. 68, 

1. 17; p. 100, 1.39; p. 144,1.26 

— of the Exchequer, p. 158, 1. 25 



Baronet, p. 1, 1. 20; p. 20, 1. 44 ; p. 22, 
1. 15; p. 40, 1. 23; p. 41, 1. 22; 
p. 46, 1. 40; p. 90, 1. 39; p. 100, 
1. 35; p. 115, 1. 35; p. 134, 11. 6, 
29; p. 141, 1. 34; p. 166, 1. 23; p. 
169, 1. 16 

Barrister (causidicv^), p. 9, 1. 21 ; 
p. 13, 1. 43; p. 30, 1. 19; p. 31, 
1. 38; p. 32, 1. 5; p. 36, 11. 1, 16; 
p. 37, 1. 35; p. 41, 1. 30; p. 73, 
1. 14; p. 109, 1. 47; p. 110, 1. 24; 
p. Ill, 1. 4 

— at law (c. repagularis), p. 36, 1. 35 
Blacksmith (faber ferrarius), p. 41, 

1. 44 ; p. 124, 1. 42 

— (faber ferreus), p. 92, 1. 1 
Bookseller (bibliopola), p. 37, 1. 47; 

p. 45, 1. 25; p. 135, 1. 30 
Box- or trunk-maker (capsarius), p. 68, 

1. 23 
Box-maker (arcularius), p. 131, 1. 22 
Brewer (cerevisiae coctor), p. 173, 

1. 26 

— (potifex), p. 67, 1. 10 

B.D. and late Fellow of St John's, p. 

68, 1. 34 
Brick-maker (laterarius), p. 30, 1. 31 
Builder (aedium aedificator), p. 170, 

1. 12 
Butcher (laniu^), p. 8, 1. 24; p. 10, 

1. 40; p. 35, 1. 15; p. 39, 1. 7; p. 42, 

1.18; p. 59, 1. 13; p. 95, 1. 11; p. 

114, 1. 29 ; p. 152, 1. 40 

Canon of St Paul's, p. 25, 1. 5 
Capftlin R.N. (navis bellicae praefectus), 
p. 174, 1. 10 

— (capitaneus), p. 133, 1. 34 

— of a merchantman (navis onera- 
riae praefectus), p. 163, 1. 13 

Carpenter (faber lignarius), p. 82, 1. 

18 
Carpet-maker (tapetiarius), p. 162, 

1.8 
Cattle- salesman (pecorum venditor), p. 

168, 1. 33 
Chancellor, of Peterborough (George 

Reynolds), p. 133, 1. 9 
Chandler (a candelis), p. 55, 1. 28 



286 INDEX OF TRADES, ETC. ENGLISH. 

Chapman (caupo), p. 142, 1. 37 42, 46; p. 120, 11. 1, 32; p. 121, 

Clerk, p. 1, 1. 1 ; p. 2, 1. 43; p. 3, 11. 1, 11. 9, 30, 33; p. 122, 11. 20, 29, 33, 

4, 26, 42; p. 4, 11. 20, 28; p. 5, U. 36, 40, 44, 48; p. 123, 11. 6, 10, 18; 

5, 31, 38, 41; p. 6, 11. 5, 36; p. 8, p. 124, U. 7, 18, 35, 38; p. 125, 11. 12, 
11. 1, 16, 28, 32, 36, 39; p. 9, U. 9, 30, 38; p. 126, U. 5, 8, 22, 34; 
25, 32, 36; p. 11, 11. 21, 45, 48; p. 128, 11. 30, 42; p. 129, U. 1, 22, 
p. 12, 11. 10, 13, 21, 24, 28; p. 13, 29, 33, 37; p. 132, 11. 4, 21, 24, 41 ; 
11. 1, 4, 7, 18; p. 14, 11. 20, 24, 47; p. 133, 11. 1, 26, 30, 37, 41; p. 134, 
p. 17, 11. 13, 44; p. 18, 1. 36; p. 19, 1. 25; p. 135, 11. 23, 46; p. 136, 
U. 22, 33, 37, 41; p. 20, 1. 31; p. 21, 11. 1, 5, 29; p. 137, 11. 9, 28, 34; 
11. 1, 12, 21, 32; p. 22, 11. 11, 32; p. 138, U. 5, 27; p. 139, U. 1, 5, 15, 
p. 23, U. 25, 32, 39; p. 24,11. 9, 39; 22; p. 140, 11. 1, 8, 12, 31, 34; 
p. 25, 11. 5, 17, 36; p. 26, 11. 1, 9, p. 141, 11. 4, 7, 16; p. 142, 1. 44; 
16, 27, 35, 43; p. 27, 11. 16, 37; p. 143, 11. 11, 14; p. 144, 1. 23; 
p. 28, 1. 33 ; p. 30, 1. 11 ; p. 31, U. 19, p. 145, U. 5, 18, 22,29,37, 41; 

23, 30; p. 32, 11. 9, 35; p. 33, 1. 28; p. 146, 11. 25, 35, 46; p. 147, 1. 28 ; 
p. 35, 1. 18 ; p. 37, U. 12, 31 ; p. 38, p. 148, 11. 2, 14, 21 ; p. 149, 11. 7, 14, 
U. 13, 16, 28, 39; p. 39, 1. 22; p. 40, 18, 22, 40; p. 151, 1. 7; p. 152, 
11. 16, 26, 35 ; p. 41, U. 7, 19, 38; 11. 4, 7, 18, 24; p. 153, 11. 1, 9, 15; 
p. 44, 11, 42, 45; p. 45, 11. 3, 6, 9, p. 154, 11. 15, 23; p. 155, U. 5, 19, 
35, 38, 41; p. 46, 11. 15, 27, 39; 28, 35, 38; p. 156, 1. 28; p. 157, 
p. 47, 11. 3, 9, 37; p. 48, 11. 24, 30, U. 14, 18, 41; p. 158, U. 12, 33, 36; 
33, 36, 39; p. 49, 11. 19, 32, 39, 42; p. 159, U. 5, 11, 29, 36, 40; p. 160, 
p. 50, 1. 47; p. 51, 1. 16; p. 52, 11. 11, 24, 37; p. 161, 1. 31; p. 162, 
U. 1, 4, 7, 26, 29, 32, 35 ; p. 53, 11, 4, 20, 28, 35 ; p. 163, U. 20, 27, 
1. 41; p. 54, 11. 14, 29, 39; p. 55, 30, 33; p. 164, U. 21, 33, 45; p. 165, 

I. 25; p. 56, 11. 1, 16, 30, 38, 41; 11. 8, 28; p. 166, 1. 3; p. 167, U. 8, 
p. 57, U. 30, 33, 36; p. 58, 11. 1, 4, 20; p. 168, 11. 25, 45; p. 170, 11. 6, 

27, 39; p. 59, 11. 1, 7, 10. 25; p. 60, 16, 21, 28, 46; p. 171, U. 33, 41; 

II. 12, 15, 45; p. 61, 11. 7, 36; p. 62, p. 172, 11. 7, 10, 36; p. 173, U. 1, 
11. 14, 20, 23, 26; p. 63, 11. 12, 19, 30, 35; p. 174, 1. 1; p. 176, 11. 21, 

28, 37, 40; p. 65, U. 20, 23, 43; 38 

p, 66, 11. 13, 24, 27; p. 67, U. 16, Clerk in holy orders, p. 161, 1. 16; p. 

46; p. 69, 11. 3, 7, 33, 45; p. 70, 162,1, 12 

U. 6, 16, 19, 22, 36; p. 71, 1. 17; Clothier {^pannifex), p, 6, L 15; p. 9, 

p. 72, 11. 12, 18, 35; p. 73, 11. 8, 31; 1. 13; p. 29, 1. 43; p. 36, 1. 39; p. 

p. 74, 1. 11 ; p. 75, 1. 5; p. 76, 11. 9, 70, 1. 9 

13, 32, 36, 44 ; p. 77, 11. 4, 7, 37 ; — (panmrum opifex), p. 175, L 25 

p. 78, 11. 1, 20, 41; p. 79, 11. 17, 31; Gloth-iaakeT{panni,pannorum, opifex), 

p. 80, U. 11, 31, 34; p. 82, 11. 15, p. 97, 1. 2 ; p. 172, 1. 26 

41; p. 83, 1. 1 ; p. 84, 11. 19, 27; Cloth-merchant (pannorum mercator), 

p. 85, 1. 28 ; p. 86, U. 19, 30, 33, 38; p. 134, 1. 32 

p. 87, 11. 1, 4, 11; p. 88, 11. 1, 20, Coal merchant {mercator carbonum), 

33; p. 89, 11. 8, 32, 46; p. 90, 11. 3, p. 107, 1. 4 

15, 18, 22; p. 91, 1. 20; p. 92, Collector of taxes, tax collector {telo- 

11. 18, 26; p. 93, 1. 11; p. 94, 11. 20, mrius), p. 6, 1. 25; p. 41, 1. 48; 

43; p. 95, 11. 4, 24; p. 96, IL 4, 31, p. 72, 1, 29; p. 75, 11. 2, 8 ; p. 78, 

35, 44; p, 97, 11. 24, 29, 47; p. 98, 1. 25; p. 79, 1. 14; p. 81, 1. 29; p. 
11. 15, 20, 28, 36; p. 99, 11. 9, 22, 83, 1. 28; p. 90, 1. 32 (exactor); p. 

36, 44; p. 100, 1. 42; p. 101, 11, 3, 106, 1. 24 

24, 32, 40, 43; p, 102, 11. 4, 8, 11, College (St John's) Organist {in hoc 

25, 31; p. 103, II. 1, 11, 14: p. 104, ipso collegio organicus), p. 167, 1. 

I. 32; p. 105, 11. 3, 10, 22, 39; 38 

p. 106, 11. 4, 7, 17, 36, 44 ; p. 108, Colonel {tribunus militum), p. 176, 1. 

II. 10, 26, 45; p. 109, U. 3, 23; 33 

p. 110, 1. 17; p. Ill, IL 9, 13, 34, Cook, p. 34, 1. 47 (Head c. of St John's) 

44 ; p. 112, 11. 38, 44 ; p. 113, 11. 4, Corn-merchant {frumetitarius), p. 130, 

18, 21, 25, 36; p. 114, 11. 1, 8; 1.30 

p. 115, 11. 10, 26, 30, 42; p. 116, Counsellor {consiliarius), p. 16, 1. 5; 

11. 1, 11, 15, 22, 28, 35; p. 117, 11. 29, p. 127, 1. 13; p. 130, 1. 7; p. 132, 1. 

39; p. 118, 1. 21; p. 119, 11. 1, 12, 27 

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287 



Currier {coriarius), p. 3, 1. 22; p. 4, 
1. 24; p. 7, 1. 18; p. 22,1. 7; p. 128, 
1.7; p. 172, 1.39; p. 174, 1.24 

— p. 23, 1. 42 ; p. 140, 1. 16 
Cutler (cultellarius), p. 16, 1. 21; 

p. 41, L 35; p. 58, 1. 18; p. 127, 
L 21 

D.D. p. 14, 11. 8, 11 (Arthur Fogge) ; 
p. 35, 1. 30 (Peter Nourse) ; p. 89, 
1. 11 (Arthur F.); p. 40, 1. 13 
(Edward Lovel) ; p. 43, 1. 35 (Thomas 
BaU); p. 55, 1. 4 (H. Moor); p. 57, 
1. 20 (Bobert PhilUps); p. 58, 1. 33 
(Peter Nourse); p. 74, 1. 14 (F. 
Browne) ; p. 80, 11. 40, 43 (Thomas 
Manningham) ; p. 101, 1. 15 (Samuel 
Brooke); p. 110, 1. 9 (WiUiam 
Broome); p. 114, 1. 25 (Thomas 
Mangey); p. 123, 1. 14 (John Sy- 
monds); p. 125, 1. 23 (John Lynch); 
p. 130, 1. 24 (Eichard Bullock); p. 
149, 1. 30 (Thomas Thackeray) 

Dean of Battel, and formerly Fellow 
of St John's (Bichard Nairn), p. 135, 
1. 12 

— Canterbury (John Lynch), p. 125, 
1.23 

— Carlisle (Thomas Gibbon), p. 11, 
1. 41 

— Kippon (Heneage Bering, LL.D.), 
p. 70, 1.33; p. 86, 1. 11 

Distiller (distillator), p. 137, 1. 45 
Draper (pannarius), p. 24, 1. 1 ; p. 33, 
1.23; p. 101,1.28 

— (pannorum mercator), p. 126, 1. 1 
Druggist (pharmacopola), p. 13, 1. 14 ; 

p. 19, 1. 19; p. 55, 1. 43; p. 84, 1. 4; 
p. 88, 11. 16, 30; p. 91, 1. 23; p. 94, 
1. 31; p. 101, 1. 35; p. 104, 1. 39; 
p. 122, 1. 5; p. 129, 1. 25; p. 135, 
1. 26; p. 155, 1. 1; p. 169, 1. 33; 
p. 163,1.37; p. 167,1.28 

— and surgeon {pharmacopola et 
chirurgus), p. 76, 1. 2 

— (pharmcopola (sic)), p. 21, 1. 37 

— p. 22, 1. 19 

Duke, p. 119, 1. 23 (W. Cavendish, D. 

of Devonshire) 
Dyer (pannos tingem), p. 84, 1. 31 

Earl, of Berkshire, p. 79, 1. 40; of 
Londonderry, p. 99, 11. 5, 6; of 
Exeter, p. 114, 1. 22; of Dunmore, 
p. 143, 1. 40; of Northumberland, 
p. 157, 1. 7; of Portmore, p. 168, 1. 
38 

Esquire, p. 2, U. 26, 37; p. 5, 1. 14; 
p. 9, 1. 46; p. 10, 11. 8, 18, 22; p. 16, 
h 18; p. 18, 11. 3, 13, 33; p. 20, 
1. 40; p. 23, I. 20; p. 25, 1. 33; 
p. 27, 1.41; p. 31, 1. 3; p. 36, 1.43; 
p. 39, 11. 4, 27; p. 42, 1. 12; p. 45, 



I. 13; p. 47, L 15; p. 48, 1. 12; 
p. 50, 1.26; p. 51, U. 4, 28; p. 55, 

II. 18, 39; p. 56, 1. 19; p. 57, 11. 11, 
39, 43; p. 58, 1. 30; p. 59, L 16; 
p. 60, 1. 28; p. 61, 1. 33; p. 63, 

I. 31; p. 64, 1. 23; p. 66, 1. 17; 
p. 67, 1. 38; p. 68, 11. 12, 26, 37, 40; 
p. 71, 11. 21, 25 ; p. 73, 11. 27, 41 ; 
p. 74, 11. 8, 40; p. 75, 11. 27, 31; 
p. 76, 11.5,48; p. 77, 1. 44; p. 78, 

II. 4, 33; p. 79, 1. 20; p. 80, 1. 22; 
p. 81, 11. 8, 17, 21; p. 85, 1. 42; 
p. 87, 11. 37, 42; p. 88, L 8; p. 89, 
11. 4, 36; p. 90, U. 25, 35, 45; p. 92, 
11. 30, 37; p. 93, 11. 22, 25; p. 94, 
11. 24, 39; p. 95, 1. 32; p. 96, 1. 19; 
p. 98, 11. 6, 10, 32; p. 99, 11. 2, 40; 
p. 100, 1. 7; p. 101, 1. 21; p. 103, 
1. 37; p. 104, 11. 3, 12, 22, 29; 
p. 107, 1. 18; p. 108, 1. 4; p. 109, 
U. 10, 17; p. 110, 1. 13; p. 118, 

I. 25; p. 120, 1. 39; p. 121, 11. 13, 
36; p. 124, 1. 14; p. 125, 1. 9; 
p. 127, 1. 32; p. 128, 1. 22; p. 129, 

II. 7, 40, 44; p. 131, U. 1, 15; p. 133, 

I. 5; p. 137, 1. 13; p. 138, 1. 37; 
p. 139, 11. 12, 36; p. 140, 11. 19, 23; 
p. 141, 1. 27; p. 142, II. 1, 12; 
p. 143, 1. 35; p. 144, 1. 30; p. 145, 

II. 1, 10, 26; p. 146, 1. 4; p. 147, 
1. 34; p. 148, 1. 37; p. 149, 1. 26; 
p. 150, 11. 4, 16, 26, 40; p. 151, 11. 3, 
15; p. 152, 11. 1, 32; p. 153, 11. 22, 
31; p. 154, 1. 36; p. 155, 11. 13, 16. 
43, 46; p. 156, 11. 1, 31, 34, 38; 
p. 157, 1. 28; p. 158, 11. 16, 40; 
p. 160, 11. 17, 32 ; p. 161, 11. 1, 26 ; 
p. 162, 1. 32; p. 164, 11. 18, 24; 
p. 169, 11. 13, 22, 37 ; p. 170, 1. 3 ; 
p. 173, 1. 23; p. 174, 11. 20, 28, 32; 
p. 175, L 39 ; p. 177, 1. 22 

Esquire and J. P. (armiger et irenar- 
cha), p. 100, 1. 15 

— and lawyer [armiger et iuris con- 
sultusY, p. 100, 11. 3, 4 

— and master in Chancery (ar- 
miger et magister Ghancellariae), p. 
83, 1. 8 

Esquire Bedell of the University (John 
Perne), p. 11, 1. 4 ; p. 41, 1. 13 (id.) 

Ex-Fellow of St John's, p. 70, 11. 26, 
29; p. 90, 1. 19; p. 96, 1. 28; p. 102, 
1.17 

'Factor', p. 30, 1. 27 

Farm bailiff (villicus), p. 170, 1. 39; 

p. 172, 11. 4, 14 [vilicus) 
Farmer (colonws), p. 157, 1. 44 
Farmer [firmarius), p. 1, 1. 5; p. 5, 

1. 1; p. 10, 1. 43; p. 14, 1. 3; p. 16, 

1. 31; p. 20, 1. 27; p. 22, 1. 43; 

p. 24, 1. 46 ; p. 32, 1. 16 ; p. 37, 1. 8 ; 

p. 38, 1. 3; p. 39, 11. 14, 18; p. 67, 



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I. 12; p. 68, 1. 3; p. 71, 11. 5, 13; 
p. 74, 1. 27; p. 105, 11. 28, 46; p. 106, 

II. 10, 28, 32 ; p. 107, 1. 35 ; p. 120, 
1. 21; p. 122, 1. 16; p. 123, 1. 25; 
p. 128, 1. 26; p. 131, 11. 18, 31; 
p. 132, 1. 33; p. 134, 11. 13, 19; 
p. 135, 1. 19; p. 136, U. 9, 17; p. 
176, 1. 38 

Farrier (veterinarius), p. 150, 1. 12 
' Father in holy orders ' (pater clericus), 

p. 165, 1. 1 
Fish curer (salarius), p. Ill, 1. 40 
Flour merchant (farinarius), p. 163, 

I. 8 

Freeholder (funduvi suum colens), p. 
118,1. 8; p. 169, 1. 4; p. 175, 11. 3, 8 

— (suum funduvi colens), p. Ill, 1. 
25 ; p. 138, 1. 33 ; p. 142, 11. 8, 24, 
33; p. 151, 1. 22; p. 162, 1.24; p. 
167, 1. 33 

FuUer (fiillo), p. 44, 1. 5 

— (lanae coactor), p. 107, 1. 30 
Furrier (pellio), p. 15, 1. 16; p. 22, 1. 3; 

p. 125, 1. 42 

Gaoler (Carceris aistos), p. 66, 1. 21 
Gardener (hortulanus), p. 50, 1. 5 ; p. 

112, 1. 11; p. 143,1.48 
Gentleman, p. 1, 1. 23 ; p. 2, 11. 18, 32 
p. 3, 11. 7, 36, 39; p. 4, 11. 2, 13 
p. 5, 11. 17, 27; p. 6,11.11,32; p. 7 

II. 15, 22 ; p. 8, 11. 5, 9 ; p. 9, 1. 43 
p. 10, 11. 3, 33, 37, 47; p. 11, 11. 9 
14, 29; p. 12, 1. 17; p. 14, 1. 14 
p. 15, 1. 1; p. 16, 11. 25, 28; p. 17 
1. 30 ; p. 18, 11. 6, 9, 19 ; p. 23, 11. 14 
29; p. 24, 1. 14; p. 25, 11. 22, 25 
29 ; p. 26, 11. 5, 24, 31 ; p. 27, 11. 23 
27, 31, 34; p. 28, 1. 6, 20; p. 29 

I. 47 ; p. 30, 11. 7, 41 ; p. 31, 1. 14 
p. 32, 11. 12, 38 ; p. 34, 1. 39 ; p. 35 

II. 11, 21 ; p. 36, 11. 4, 20, 26 ; p. 37 
11. 3, 27; p. 38, 11. 20, 32; p. 40 
11. 29, 32; p. 42, 11. 6, 9, 31, 35 
p. 43, 11. 5, 8, 12, 15, 18, 21, 32, 38 
p. 44, 11. 1, 11, 33 ; p. 45, 1. 32 ; p 
46, 11. 21, 30; p. 47, 11. 22, 25, 28 
31 ; p. 48, 11. 3, 15, 27; p. 49, 11. 13 
16, 22, 26, 35; p. 50, 11. 9, 30, 42 
p. 51, 11. 25, 38 ; p. 52, 11. 16, 19, 22 
46 ; p. 53, 11. 10, 13, 28, 32, 35, 38 
p. 54, 11. 6, 23, 35 ; p. 55, 11. 1, 7 
11, 21, 36 ; p. 56, 11. 4, 10, 13 ; p. 57 
11. 4, 8, 17; p. 58, 11. 15, 21, 36 
p. 59, 11. 4, 22, 28, 35, 38; p. 60 
11. 8, 19, 22, 25, 33; p. 62, 11. 1, 4 
8, 11, 17, 36; p. 63, 11. 22, 46; p. 64 
11. 1, 33, 39 ; p. 65, 11. 6, 40 ; p. 66 
11. 1, 7, 30, 34, 48; p. 67, 11. 6,22 
26; p. 68, 1. 30; p. 69, 11. 29, 37 
p. 70, 11. 39, 42, 46; p. 71, 1. 8 
p. 72, 11. 6, 9, 32, 41 ; p. 73, 11. 4 
83; p. 74, 11. 1, 4, 30, 37, 44; p. 76 



11. 20, 23, 29 ; p. 77, 11. 14, 33 ; p. 
78, 11. 13, 37; p. 80, 11. 4, 14, 17, 25; 
p. 83, 11. 4, 38; p. 85, 11. 17, 36, 39; 
p. 86, 11. 13, 16; p. 87, 11. 26, 29; 
p. 88, 11. 5, 37; p. 89, 11. 1, 40; p. 
92, 11. 11, 14 ; p. 93, 11. 3, 15, 38 ; 
p. 94, 1. 36; p. 95, 1. 37; p. 96, 11. 1, 
38; p. 97, 11. 33, 43; p. 98, 1. 42; 
p. 99, 1. 30; p. 100, 11. 23, 30, 45; 
p. 101, 1. 7; p. 102, 11. 1, 28, 41; 
p. 103, 11. 8, 21 ; p. 104, 1. 9 ; p. 105, 
11. 6, 13, 25, 31 ; p. 108, 11. 23, 36 ; 
p. 109, 1. 29; p. 110, 1. 20; p. Ill, 
11. 21, 29; p. 112, 11. 26, 33, 41; 
p. 113, 11. 7, 40 ; p. 114, 11. 4, 38 ; 
p. 115, 1. 7; p. 116, 11. 19, 25, 31, 
• 40; p. 117, 11. 21, 42; p. 119, 1. 18; 
p. 120, 1. 5 ; p. 122, 1. 13 ; p. 124, 
U. 1, 10, 25 ; p. 127, 11. 24, 42, 46 ; 
p. 128, 11. 4, 10, 14; p. 129, 1. 18; 
p. 131, 11. 8, 25, 39; p. 132, 1. 1; 
p. 134, 1. 39; p. 135, 1. 38; p. 137, 

I. 41 ; p. 138, 11. 12, 15, 23 ; p. 139, 

II. 29, 33; p. 143, 11. 17, 21, 32; p. 
145, 11. 33, 45 ; p. 146, 11. 12, 15, 
18, 21; p. 147, 11. 13, 17, 21, 25; 
p. 148, 11. 6, 28, 45; p. 149, I. 4; 
p. 151, 11. 26, 34 ; p. 152, 11. 14, 21 ; 
p. 153, 1. 6; p. 154, 11. 18, 28; p. 156, 
11. 20, 23; p. 157, 11. 11, 25; p. 159, 
11. 8, 22; p. 162, 1. 16; p. 165, 1. 16; 
p. 167, 1. 2 ; p. 168, 1. 3 ; p. 170, 1. 9 ; 
p. 171, 11. 5, 9, 17, 29; p. 172, 1. 33; 
p. 173, 1. 4; p. 175, 11. 13, 40; p. 176, 
1. 10 

— (generosiis), p. 18, 1. 47 ; p. 20, 
1.35 

Glazier (vitrarius), p. 174, 1. 5 
Glover (chirothecarius), p. 86, 1. 4; p. 

96, 1. 7; p. 112,1. 16 
Goldsmith (aurifaber), p. 6, 1. 23 ; 

p. 36, 1. 23; p. 75, 1. 42; p. 102, 

I. 38 

— (aurifex), p. 5, 1. 24 

— p. 115, 1. 46 

Grazier (pecuarius), p. 24, 1. 5; p. 72, 

II. 21, 26 ; p. 128, 1. 38 ; p. 139, 1. 18 ; 
p. 151, 1. 11 ; p. 164, 1. 15 ; p. 167, 1. 3; 
p. 170, 1. 31 

Grocer (aromatarius), p. 8, 1. 43 ; p. 11, 
11. 17, 36; p. 14, h 31; p. 15, 1. 5; 
p. 17, 11. 1, 37; p. 23, 1. 5 ; p. 35, 1. 27 ; 
p. 41, 1. 28; p. 51, 1. 19; p. 57, 1.1; 
p. 61, 1. 1 ; p. 66, 1. 44 ; p. 70, 1. 3 ; 
p. 79, 1. 35; p. 113, 1. 15 ; p. 117, 1. 7; 
p. 123, 1. 21 ; p. 133, 1. 13 ; p. 156, 1. 7 

— afterwards farmer [a. post fir- 
viarius), p. 21, 1. 41 

— (aromatopola), p. 81, 1. 25 

Hosier [tihialium venditor), p. 33, 1. 8 

— (caligarius), p. 72, 1. 15; p. 137, 
1. 19 ; p. 155, 1. 22 



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289 



Husbandman (agricola), p. 2, 1. 39 ; p. 
3, 1. 29; p. 5, 1. 20 ; p. 6, 1. 8 ; p. 9, 

I. 39; p. 10, U. 11, 25 ; p. 11, 1. 32; 
p. 12, 1. 31 ; p. 13, U. 23, 35, 39 ; 
p. 14, 11. 27, 43; p. 15, 1. 12; p. 17, 

II. 9, 21 ; p. 18, U. 26, 39, 43 ; p. 19, 
11. 3, 7, 11 ; p. 21, 1. 28 ; p. 22, 1, 28; 
p. 23, 11. 1, 45 ; p. 25, 1. 9 ; p. 28, 
11. 1, 24, 38; p. 30, 1. 3 ; p. 31, U. 10, 
26; p. 32, 11. 20, 30; p. 33, 1. 3 ; p. 
36, 1. 12 ; p. 37, 1. 39 ; p. 38, 1. 35 ; 
p. 39, 11. 38, 44 ; p. 41, 11. 3, 25 ; 
p. 42, 11. 25, 28, 38; p. 43, 1. 28; 
p. 44, 11. 14, 20, 36 ; p. 45, 11. 16, 22, 
29, 46 ; p. 46, 11. 18, 47; p. 47, 1. 18 ; 
p. 48, 11. 9, 21, 42 ; p. 49, 1. 6 ; p. 50, 
11. 1, 12 ; p. 51, 11. 10, 22, 35 ; p. 52, 
U. 13, 39, 42 ; p. 53, U. 3, 6, 16, 19, 
44; p. 54, U. 3, 26; p. 55, 1. 32; 
p. 67, U. 14, 26 ; p. 58, 11. 7, 11 ; 
p. 59, 1. 31 ; p. 60, 1. 5 ; p. 61, 11. 4, 

10, 13; p. 62, 1, 42; p. 63, 11. 3, 6, 
9, 16; p. 64, 11. 4, 16, 26; p. 65, 

11. 3, 10, 13; p. 71, 1. 41 ; p. 73, 1. 37; 
p. 75, 1. 35 ; p. 77, 1. 25 ; p. 80, 1. 45 ; 
p. 81, 1. 33 ; p. 82, 1. 28 ; p. 83, 1. 33 ; 
p. 84, 11. 11, 16; p. 85, 1. 32 ; p. 86, 
U. 22, 27, 44; p. 87, 1. 17; p. 89, 
11. 20, 24; p. 91, 11. 4, 8, 12, 16; 
p. 93, 1. 18 ; p. 94, 11. 5, 27 ; p. 96, 
U. 11, 23, 41; p. 97, 11. 5, 17, 20, 
39 ; p. 99, 1. 17 ; p. 108, 11. 13, 16, 
29, 41 ; p. 109, 1. 32 ; p. 112, U. 3, 
8, 21; p. 113, 11. 11, 32; p. 117, 
L 12; p. 118, 11. 11, 14, 29,33; p. 
119, 1. 4 ; p. 126, 1. 11 ; p. 130, 11. 12, 
20; p. 135, U. 1, 5, 8; p. 139, 11. 8, 
25 ; p. 140, 11. 4, 37, 48 ; p. 146, 
1. 39 ; p. 150, 1. 8 ; p. 152, 1. 28 ; p. 
160, 1. 3 ; p. 161, 11. 12, 33 ; p. 162, 
1. 44; p. 165, 11. 18, 42; p. 167, 1. 
16 ; p. 173, U. 10, 19 

Husbandman, p. 4, 11. 35, 39 

Inn-keeper (pandocheus), p. 3, 1. 82; 

p. 27, 1. 19; p. 28, 1. 10; p. 38, 

1. 6 
Iron founder {fusor ferrarius), p. 112, 

1.47 
' Ironmaster,' p. 177, 1. 6 
Ironmonger (mercator ferrarius), p. 4, 

1. 42 ; p. 9, 1. 28 ; p. 19, 1. 26 ; p. 35, 

1.7 

Jeweller {gemmarius), p. 30, 1. 23 

Knight, p. 34, 1. 43 ; p. 61, 1. 29 ; p. 65, 
1.26; p. 75, 11. 16,19; p. 122, 1.9; 
p. 126, 1.47; p. 158, 1. 24 ; p. 172, 
1.30 

Lamp-seller {lychnopola), p. 121, 1. 5 
•Lately Master in Chancery' (Cancel- 

S. 



lariae non ita pridem Magister), p. 
145, 1. 11 
Lawyer {iurisconsultiis), p. 7, 1. 25; 
p. 69, 1. 18 ; p. 88, 1. 25 ; p. 117, 1. 17 ; 
p. 133, 1. 22 

— (iurisperittts), p. 8, 1. 12 ; p. 102, 
1.14; p. 119,1.8 

— {legig peritus), p. 83, 1. 42 
Linen-draper (linteariiis), p. 9, 1. 1 ; 

p. 91, 1. 39 ; p. 103, 1. 33 ; p. 114, 
1. 12 
LL.D. p. 135, 1. 15 (G. Reynolds); 
p. 136, 1. 29 (Egerton Leigh) ; p. 146, 
1.43 

Maltster {brasiator), p. 8, 1. 20; p. 12, 
1. 35 ; p. 32, 1. 1 ; p. 33, 1. 32 ; p. 83, 
1. II; p. 119, 1. 29; p. 120, h 9; 
p. 125, 1. 27; p. 137, 1. 23 ; p. 166, 
1. 15 

— (brasator), p. 36, 1. 32 
' Maltster,' p. 144, 1. 4 
Mariner {navigator), p. 104, 1. 43 
'Master Builder to the office of Ord- 
nance,' p. 140, 1. 45 

Master mariner (navis praefectus), p. 

132, 1. 8 
Master of a merchant vessel (navis 

onerariae praefecttis), p. 92, 1. 23 
M.A., p. 42, 1. 15; p. 54, 1.17 
M.D., p. 4, 11. 9, 32; p. 17, 1. 34; p. 

21, 1. 8; p. 25, 1. 13; p. 26, 1. 13; 

p. 44, 1. 8; p. 59, 1. 42; p. 64, 1. 36 ; 

p. 78, 11. 8, 17; p. 94, 1. 10; p. 95, 

1. 19; p. 109, 1. 26; p. 110, 1. 4; 

p. 120, 1. 29; p. 130, 1. 27; p. 132, 

1. 16; p. 138, 1.43; p. 152, 1. 36 
Medical man (medicus), p. 82, 1. 38; 

p. 103, 1. 17 ; p. 106, 1. 41 ; p. 107, 

1. 8; p. 109, 1. 35; p. 115, 1. 18; 

p. 131, 1. 35 
Mercer {mercerint), p. 36, 1. 29 ; p. 56, 

1.27 

— {merciarius), p. 1, 1. 15; p. 4, 
1. 5 ; p. 24, 1. 18 ; p. 30, 1. 37 ; p. 32, 
1. 42 ; p. 68, 1. 7 ; p. 76, 1. 23 ; p. Ill, 
1. 18; p. 119,1. 15 

— p. 37, 1. 44 

Merchant, p. 6, 1. 39; p. 22, 1. 23 ; p. 
30, 1. 34 ; p. 39. 1. 1 ; p. 44, 1. 39 
p. 51, 1. 32 ; p. 56, 1. 33 ; p. 60, 1. 36 
p. 61, 1. 17; p. 65, 1. 30; p. 66, 1. 41 
p. 67, 1. 19 ; p. 69, 11. 25, 41 ; p. 73 
U. 11, 17; p. 77, 1. 22; p. 83, 1. 24 
p. 87, 1. 7 ; p. 90, 1. 12 ; p. 91, 1. 33 
p. 105, 1. 16; p. 107, 1. 26; p. 113 

I. 29; p. 115, 1.3; p. 131, 1.43; p, 
132, 1. 12; p. 148, 1. 10 ; p. 168, 1. 29 
p. 172, 1. 18 ; p. 176, U. 13, 24 

— {mercator), p. 24, 1. 42 ; p. 49, L 9 
p. 53, 1. 48; p. 62, 1. 29; p. 105 

II. 36, 43; p. 110, 1. 36; p. 157 
1. 31 

19 



290 



INDEX OF TRADES, ETC. ENGMSH. 



Metal founder {fusor), p. 125, 1. 3 
Miller (molendinarius), p. 47, 1. 6; p. 

109, 1. 7 
Mus. Doc, and Professor of Music in 

the University, p. 85, 1. 13 
Musician {mmicm), p. 157, 1. 38 

Official of the ecclesiastical court {in 
curia ecclesiastica officialise p. 170, 
1.36 

Organist, p. 83, 1. 15 

Peruke-maker {capiUamentorum sutor), 

p. 84, L 7 
Pewterer {stannarius), p. 26, 1. 20 
Physician (medicus), p. 40, 1. 20 ; p. 74, 

1. 17; p. 147, 1. 5; p. 168, 1. 15; 

p. 170, 1. 43; p. 173, 11. 14, 40; p. 175, 

1.21 
'Planter,' p. 141, 1, 20 
Plumber (phimbarius), p. 40, 1. 43; 

p. 42, 1. 3; p. 44, 1. 30; p. 46, I 

35 
^Poulterer (pullarim), p. 141, 1. 38 
Prebendary, of Salisbury, p. 61, 1. 22 
Precentor, of Durham, p. 97, 1. 30 
Printer (typographtis), p. 5, 1. 34 ; p. 

163, 1. 24 
Professor of Music at Cambridge, p. 85, 

1.14 

'Eear Admiral,' p. 144, 1. 12 

Eector, p. 23, L 17 ; p. 24, 1. 22 ; p. 35, 
1. 24; p. 76, 1.9; p. 95, 1. 4 

Registrar (registrarius), p. 20, 1. 19 ; 
p. 171, L 38 

Begins Professor of Divinity at Cam- 
bridge (John Whalley), p. 164, I 
29 

Saddler (ephippiarius), p. 70, 1. 12 ; p. 
89, 1. 17 

— and harness maker {ephippiorum 
opifex), p. 168, 1. 21 

Schoolmaster, p. 2, 1. 8 ; p. 30, 1. 16 ; 
p. 94, 1.47; p. 108, 1.33 

— {ludi-magister), p. 82, 1. 33; p. 92, 
1. 7 ; p. 99, 1. 26 ; p. 138, 1. 8 ; p. 141, 
1. 11; p. 142, 1. 16; p. 153, 1. 40; 
p. 161, 1. 8 ; p. 168, L 7 

Scrivener (scriniarius), p. 11, 1. 25 
Scythe-grinder (artificio exacuendi faU 

ces occupatus), p. 166, 1. 11 
Seller of shoes (calceos vendens), p. 165, 

1.46 
Sergeant-at-law, p. 161, 1. 40 
Ship-builder {naupegus), p. 129, 1. 14 
Ship-owner {nauclerus), p. 85, 1. 24 
Shipwright (naviculariam faciens), p. 

83, 1. 46 



Shoe-maker (calcearius), p. 102, 1. 21; 
p. 109, 1. 39 

— (calceatar), p. 54, 1. 20; p. 93, 
1. 31 

— {caligarius), p. 125, 1. 17 

— {mtor), p. 44, 1. 24 

Shop-keeper (tabemarius), p. 109, 1. 20 

Smith ifaber), p. 52, 1. 10 

Sometime captain of an East India- 
man {navis onerariae ad orientalem 
Indiam missae quondam praefectus), 
p. 172, 1. 42 

'Stapler,' p. 13, 1. 10 

'Stay-maker,' p. 41, 1. 41 

Steward (dispensator), p. 10, 1. 14; p. 

17, 1. 40; p. 31, 1. 6; p. 74, 1. 20; 

p. 104, 1. 19 ; p. 119, 1. 33 
Stone-mason (caementarius), p. 86, 1. 1 
Surgeon, p. 21, 11. 5, 25 ; p. 47, 1. 12 ; 

p. 56, L 44; p. 63, 1. 43 ; p. 71, 1. 1; 

p. 80, 1. 8 ; p. 81, 1. 3 ; p. 115, 1. 22 ; 

p. 127, 1. 35 ; p. 129, 1. 11 ; p. 140, 

1.41; p. 143,1.8; p. 164, 1. 37 

— (chirurgus), p. 90, 1. 8; p. 170, 
1. 24 

Surgeon-doctor (chirurgus et medicvs), 
p. 82, 1. 24 

— and druggist (chirurgus et pharma- 
copeia), p. 100, 1. 20; p. 115, 1. 38 
{p. et ch.) 

Surgical instrument maker (instru- 
mentorum chirurgicorum opifex), p. 
16, L 10 

Tailor {sutor vestiarius), p. 6, 1. 10 ; 

p. 45, L 19 ; p. 127, 1. 18 ; p. 146, 

1.8 
Tanner {alutarius), p. 158, 1. 9 
Tax-collector {exactor tributi), p. 122, 

1.24 
Tax-gatherer {tribtUi exactor), p. 124, 

1. 21 ; p. 126, 1. 31 

— {vectigalium collector), p. 50, 1. 
22 

' Thread-maker,' p. 143, 1. 24 
Timber merchant (materiarius), p. 167, 
1.23 

— {mercator lignarius), p. 76, 1. 40 
Trunk-maker {cistarum fabricator), p. 

19, 1. 15 

Verger {virgarius), p. 155, 1. 9 
Vicar, p. 175, 1. 17; p. 176, 1. 29 
Vintner {oenopola), p. 6, 1. 19; p. 55, 
1. 14; p. 109, 1. 13 

— {oenopolus), p. 136, 1. 13 

— {oinopola), p. 101, 1. 11 

— {vinarius), p. 143, 1. 28 
Viscount, p. 100,1.39; p. 127, 11. 1, 5; 

p. 136, 1.37; p. 137,1.2 



1 See Horne, in Index of ' Persons." 



INDEX OP TRADES, ETC. ENGLI^. 291 

Watch-maker (automatariiis faber), p. Woollen-draper (laruirius), p. 3, 1. 15 ; 

147,1. 1 p. 65, 1. 34; p. 88,1. 13 

Weaver (textor), p. 94, 1. 1 ; p. 103, Wool-weaver {lanijicus), p. 121, 1. 39 ; 

1. 33 ; p. 120, 1. 17; p. 161, 1. 21 p. 130, 1. 15 
Wig-maker (perucarum artifex), p. 122, 

1. 1 ' Yeoman,' p. 22, 1. 36 ; p. 23, 1. 9 ; p. 

— (pei-Mcarum opifex), p. 114, 1. 17 26, 1. 39 ; p. 31, 1. 42 

Wool-spinner {lanificm), p. 107, I. — \ fundi sui cultor), p. 97, 1. 10 

11 — \yeomannus), p. 89, 1. 28 



TRADES, ETC. Latin. 



A candelis {cJuindler)^ p. 55, 1. 28 
A Galeris (hatter ?), p. 64, 1. 13 
Aedium aedificator Ibuilder), p. 170, 

1. 13 
Agricola {husbandman), p. 2, 1. 39 
p. 3, 1. 29; p. 6, 1. 21; p. 6, 1. 8 
p. 9, 1. 40; p. 10, 11. 12, 25; p. 11 
1. 33; p. 12, 1. 32; p. 13, 11. 23, 36 
40; p. 14, 11, 27, 44; p. 15, 1. 13 
p. 17, U. 10, 22; p. 18, 11. 27, 40 
44; p. 19, 11. 4, 8, 11; p. 21, 1. 28 
p. 22, 1. 28; p. 23, 11. 1, 45; p. 25 
1. 10; p. 28, IL 2, 24, 39; p. 30, 
1. 3; p. 31, U. 10, 27; p. 32, IL 20 
31; p. 33, 1. 3; p. 36, 1. 13; p. 37 

I. 40; p. 38, 1. 36; p. 39, 11. 38, 44 
p. 41, 11. 4, 25; p. 42, 11. 25, 28, 38 
p. 43, 1. 29; p. 44, U, 15, 21, 37 
p. 45, 11. 17, 23, 30, 47; p. 46, 11. 19 
47; p. 47, 1. 18; p. 48, 11. 9, 21, 43 
p. 49, 1. 6; p. 50, IL 2, 13; p. 51 

II. 11, 23, 35; p. 52, U. 13, 39, 42 
p. 53, 11. 3, 7, 17, 20, 45; p. 54 
11. 3, 27; p. 55, 1. 33; p. 57,11.15 
27; p. 58, 11. 7, 11; p. 59, 1. 31 
p. 60, 1. 5; p. 61, U. 4, 10, 14; p. 62 

I. 43; p. 63, U. 4, 7, 9, 16; p. 64 

II. 4, 16, 27; p. 65, 11. 4, 10, 14, 
p. 71, 1. 42 ; p. 73, 1. 37; p. 75, 1. 35 
p. 77, 1. 26; p. 80, 1. 46; p. 81 

I. 34; p. 82, 1. 29; p. 83, 1. 33 
p. 84, 11. 12, 16; p. 85, 1. 33; p. 86 

II. 23, 27, 45; p. 87, 1. 18; p. 89, 
11. 21, 25; p. 91, 11. 5, 9, 12, 17 
p. 93, 1. 19; p. 94, 11. 6, 28; p. 96 
U. 12, 24, 42; p. 97, 11. 6, 17, 21,40 
p. 99, 1. 18; p. 108, 11. 13, 17, 30 
42; p. 109, 1, 33; p. 112, 11. 3, 8 
22 ; p. 113, 11. 12, 33 ; p. 117, 1. 12 
p. 118, 11. 11, 15, 29, 34; p. 119, 
1. 5; p. 126, 1. 12; p. 130, 11. 12, 21 
p. 135, 11. 2, 5, 9; p. 139, 11. 8, 26 
p. 140, U. 5, 38 ; p. 141, 1. 1; p. 146 
1. 40; p. 150, 1. 9; p. 152, 1. 29 
p. 160, 1. 3; p. 161, 11. 12, 34 
p. 162, 1. 44; p. 165, 11, 18, 43 
p. 167, 1. 16 ; p. 173, II. 11, 20 

Alutarius {tanner), p. 158, 1. 9 



Architectus {architect), p. 98, L 24 ; p. 
159, 1, 14 

— {Master Builder to the Office of 
Ordnance), p. 140, 1. 44 

Arcularius {box-maker), p. 131, 1. 23 
Argentarins {banker), p. 172, 1. 22 
Armiger et magister Chancellariae 
{esquire and master in Chancery), 
p. 83, 1. 8 

irenarcha {esquire and J. P.), 

p. 100, 1. 16 
iurisconsultns {esquire, law- 
yer), p. 100, 1. 4 
•Armorum lustrator,' p. 9, 1. 5 
Aromatarius {grocer), p. 8, 1. 44; p. 
11, 11. 17, 36; p. 14, 1. 31; p. 15, 
L 5; p. 17, IL 1, 38; p. 23, 1. 5; 
p. 35, L 27; p. 41, L 28; p. 51, 
L 19; p. 57, L 2; p. 61, L 1; p. 66, 
L 45; p. 70, L 3; p. 79, 1. 35; 
p. 113, 1. 15; p. 117, L 12; p. 123, 
L 21; p. 133, L 13; p. 156, L 7 

— poet firmarias {grocer, afterwards 
farmer), p. 21, 1. 41 

Aromatopola {grocer), p. 81, 1. 25 
'Aromatopola,' p. 91, L 1 
'Artifex,'p. 63, L 25 
* Artificio exacuendi falces occapatns 

{scythe-grinder), p. 165, 1. 12 
Attomatus ad legem {attorney at law) 

p. 77, L 19 
Auditor 'saccarii' {auditor of the ex 

chequer), p. 104, 1. 36 
Aurifaber {goldsmith), p. 6, 1. 23 ; p, 

36, L 23; p. 75, L 42; p. 102, L 38 
Anrifex {goldsmith), p. 5, 1. 24 
' Automatarius faber' {watch-maker) 

p. 147, L 1 

Barbitonsor (barber), p. 6, 1. 43 
Bibliopola (bookseller), p. 37, L 47; p. 

45, 1. 26 ; p. 135, 1. 30 
Brasiator, Brasator (maltster), p. 8, 
L 20; p. 12, L 35; p. 32, LI; p. 33, 
L 32; p. 36, 1. 32 (brasator); p. 83, 
L 12; p. 119, L 30; p. 120, L 9; 
p. 125, L 27; p. 137, 1. 23 (b. anglio6 
'Maltster'); p. 166, 1. 15 



INDEX OP TRADB8, ETC. LATIN. 



293 



'Caedis Quaesitor' {Coroner), p. 23, 1. 

35 
Gaementarius {stone-mason), p. 86, 

L 1 
' Calcearius,' p. 19, 1. 80 

— (shoe-maker), V- 102, 1.22; p. 109, 
1. 39 

Calceator {shoe-maker), p. 54, 1. 20 ; p. 

93, 1. 32 
Calceos vendens {seller of shoes), p. 165, 

1. 47 
Caligarius {hosier), p. 72, 1. 15; p. 137, 

1. 19; p. 155, 1. 22 

— {shoe-maker), p. 125, 1. 17 

< Cancellariae non ita pridem Magister ' 

{Lately Master in Chancery), p. 145, 

1. 11 

• Cancellariae Eegistrarius,' p. 25, L 39 

Capillamentorum svAoT{peruke-maker) , 

p. 84, 1. 8 
Capitanens {captain), p. 133, 1. 34 
Capsarius {box- or trunk-maker), p. 68, 

1. 24 
Careens oustos (gaoler), p. 66, 1. 21 
Caupo (chapman), p. 142, 1. 37 
Causidicus (barrister), p. 9, 1. 22 ; 
p. 13, 1. 44; p. 30, 1. 20; p. 31, 
1. 39; p. 32, 1. 6; p. 36, 11. 1, 16; 
p. 37, 1. 35; p. 41, 1. 31; p. 73, 
1. 14; p. 109, 1. 47; p. 110, 1. 24; 
p. Ill, 1. 4 

— repagnlaris (6. at law), p. 36, 
1. 36 

•Centurio,' p. 79, 1. 3; p. 91, 1. 42; 

p. 102,1.34; p. 151, 1.30 
Cerevisiae coctor (brewer), p. 173, 

1.27 
Cervisiarins (aU-honse keeper), p. 79, 

1. 29; p. 123, 1. 36; p. 130, 1. 4; p. 

138, 1. 2 
Cbirothecarius (glover), p. 86, L 4; p. 

96, 1. 8; p. 112, 1. 17 
Chirurgus (surgeon), p. 90, 1. 8, p. 170, 

1. 24 

— et medicus (surgeon-doctor), p. 82, 
1.25 

pharmacopola {surgeon and 

druggist), p. 100, 1. 20 
Cistarum fabricator (trunk-maker), p. 

19, 1. 16 
•Cognitor,'p. 12, 1. 7 
Colonus (farmer), p. 157, 1. 44 
' Commentariensis, ' p. 25, 1. 2 
Consiliarius (counsellor), p. 16, 1. 5; 

p. 127,1. 13; p. 130, 1. 7; p. 132, 

1. 27 
Coriarius (currier), p. 3, 1. 22; p. 4, 

1. 24; p. 7, 1. 18; p. 22, 1. 7; p. 128, 

1. 7; p. 134, L 37; p. 172, L 39; 

p. 174, 1. 24 
Cultellarius (cutler), p. 16, 1. 21; 

p. 41, 1. 35; p. 58, 1. 18; p. 127, 

1.21 



'Decario,'p. 74,1. 33 

Dispensator (steward), p. 10, 1. 14; 

p. 17, 1. 40; p. 31, 1. 6; p. 73, 1. 20; 

p. 74, 1. 20 ; p. 104, L 19 ; p. 119, 

1. 33 

— p. 34, 1. 31 

Distillator (distiller), p. 137, 1. 45 

♦E satellitibus regiis,' p. 21, 1. 17 

Epbippiarius (saddler), p. 70, 1. 13; 
p. 89, 1. 17 

Epbippiomm opifex (saddler and har- 
ness-maker), p. 168, 1. 21 

Exactor (collector of taxes), p. 90, 1. 
32 

— tributi (tax collector), p. 122, 1. 
25 

Faber (smith), p. 52, 1. 10 
Faber ferrarius {blacksmith), p. 41, 1. 
44; p. 124,1.42 

— ferreus (blacksmith), p. 92, 1. 2 

— lignarius (carpenter), p. 82, 1. 19 
Farinarius (flour-merchant), p. 163, 

1. 8 
Firmarius (farmer), p. 1, 1. 5; p. 5, 
1. 2; p. 10,1. 43; p. 14, 1. 3; p. 16, 
1. 31; p. 20, L 27; p. 24, 1. 46; 
p. 32, 1. 16; p. 37, 1. 8; p. 38, 1. 3; 
p. 39, IL 14, 18; p. 67, 1. 12; p. 68, 
1. 4; p. 71, 11. 5, 13; p. 74, 1. 27; 
p. 105, 1. 28; p. 106, U. 1, 10, 28, 32 ; 
p. 107,1.35; p. 120, 1. 22; p. 122, 
1. 16; p. 123, 1. 25; p. 128, 1. 26; 
p. 131, U. 18, 31; p. 132, 1. 33; 
p. 134, 11. 14, 19; p. 135, 1. 19; 
p. 136, U. 9, 17; p. 176,1. 38 

— 'et pecadum saginator,' p. 34, 
1. 35 

Frumentarins (corn-merchant), p. 130, 

1.31 
Fusor (metal founder), p. 125, 1. 3 
Fullo (fuller), p. 44, 1. 5 
Fundi sui cultor (yeoman), p. 97, 1. 

10 
Fundum suum colens (freeholder), p. 

118, 1. 8; p. 169, 1. 4; p. 175, 11. 

4,8 
Fusor ferrarius (iron founder), p. 113, 

1. 1 

Gemmarius (jeweller), p. 30, 1. 24 
Generosus (gentleman), p. 18, 1. 48; 
p. 20, 1. 35 

Hortulanus (gardener), p. 60, 1. 5 ; p. 
112,1.12; p. 144,1. 1 

• In arte pannos conficiendi opifex,' p. 

94, 1. 12 
•In arte scribendi praeceptor,' p. 31, 

1.34 
In curia ecclesiastica oilicialis (official 



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INDEX OP TRADES, ETC. LATIN. 



of the ecclesiastical court), p. 170, 1. 

36 
•In ecclesia de Southwell seneschal- 

lus,' p. 106, 1. 14 
'In hoc ipso collegio organicus' (Col- 
lege (St John's) Organist), p. 167, 1. 

39 
« In re nautica &c. institutor,' p. 33, 1. 

36 
' Institor,' p. 16, 1. 1 
Instrumentorum chirurgicomm opifex 

(surgical instrument maker), p. 16, 1. 

11 
'luristus' (sic), p. 150, 1. 36 

Jurisconsultus, p. 17, 1. 24; p. 18, 
11. 16, 30; p. 44, 1.27; p. 66, 1.4 

— (lawyer), p. 7, 1. 25; p. 69, 1. 18; 
p. 88, 1. 26; p. 117, 1. 17; p. 133, 
1. 22 

' Jurisperitus,' p. 11, 1. 3; p. 17, 1. 17; 
p. 18, 1. 23 

— (lawyer), p. 8, 1. 12; p. 102, 
1. 14; p. 119, 1. 9 

' Jurista,' p. 15, 1. 9 ; p. 16, 1. 14 

Lanae coactor (fuller), p. 107, 1. 30 
Lanarius (woollen-draper), p. 3, 1. 15; 

p. 65, 1. 35; p. 88, 1. 13 
Lanificus (wool-spinner), p. 107, 1. 11 

— (wool-weaver), p. 121,1. 39; p. 130, 
1. 15 

Lanius (butcher), p, 8, 1. 24; p. 10, 
1. 40; p. 35, 1. 15; p. 39, 1. 8; p. 59, 
1. 13; p. 95, 1.12; p. 114, 1. 29; p. 
152, 1. 40 
Laterarius (brick-maker), p. 30, 1. 31 
Legis peritus (lawyer), p. 83, 1, 42 
Lintearius (linen-draper), p. 9, 1. 1; 
p. 91, 1. 40; p. 103, 1. 34; p. 114, 
1. 13 
Ludi-magister (schoolmaster), p. 82, 
1. 33; p. 92, 1. 8; p. 99, 1. 26; 
p. 138, 1. 9; p. 141, 1. 11; p. 142, 
1. 16; p. 150, 1. 30; p. 153, 1. 40; 
p. 161, 1.8; p. 168, 1.8 
Lychnopola (lamp-seller), p. 121, 1. 6 

Materiarius (timber merchant), p. 167, 

1.24 
Medicus (physician), p. 40, 1. 20; 

p. 74, 1. 17; p. 147, 1. 5; p. 168, 

1. 16; p. 170, 1. 43; p. 173, 1. 40; 

p. 175, 1. 22 

— (medical man), p. 82, 1. 38; p. 
103, 1. 18; p. 106, 1, 42; p. 107, 1. 9; 
p. 109, 1. 36; p. 115, 1. 19; p. 131, 
1.36 

Mercator (merchant), p. 24, 1. 43; 
p. 49, 1. 9; p. 53, 1. 48; p. 62, 1. 29; 
p. 105, 11. 36, 43; p. 110, 1. 36; 



p. 157, 1. 32; p. 168, 1. 30; p. 172, 
1. 19; p. 176, 11. 13,24 
Mercator carbonum (coal merchant), p. 
107, 1. 5 

— ferrariua (ironmonger), p. 4, 1. 42 ; 
p. 9,1. 29; p. 19, 1. 27; p. 35,1.7 

Mercerius (mercer), p. 36, 1. 29; p. 56, 

1. 27 
Merciarius (mercer), p. 1, 1. 15; p. 4, 

1. 5; p. 24, 1. 18; p. 30, 1. 37; p. 32, 

1. 42 ; p. 68, 1. 8 ; p. 75, 1. 24 ; p. Ill, 

1. 18; p. 119, 1. 15 
• Militum praefectus, ' p. 103, 1. 25 
'Militum Tribunus,' p. 126, 1. 15 
•Minutarum rerum mercator,' p. 142, 

1.29; p. 143,1. 44 
Molendinarius (miller), p. 47, 1. 6; p. 

109, 1. 7 
'Musicus,' p. 138, 1. 19; p. 157, 1. 38 

Nauclerus (ship-owner), p. 85, 1. 24 
Naupegus (ship-builder), p. 129, 1. 14 
Naviculariam faciens (shipwright), p. 

83, 1. 45 
Navis bellicae praefectus (Captain 

R.N.), p. 174, 1. 10 
Navis onerariae praefectus (captain of 
a merchant-man), p. 163, 1. 13 

(master of a merchant vessel), 

p. 92, 1. 22 
Navis onerariae ad orientalem Indiam 
missae quondam praefectus (some- 
time captain of an East India-man), 
p. 172, 1. 43 
Navis praefectus (master mariner), p. 

1.32, 1. 9 
Navigator (mariner), p. 104, 1. 44 
Negotiator (banker), p. 154, 1. 6 

Oenopola, oino- (vintner), p. 6, 1. 19; 
p. 65, 1. 15; p. 101, 1. 12 (oin-); p. 
109, 1. 13 

Oenopolus (vintner), p. 136, 1. 13 

Opifex ephippiorum (saddler and har- 
ness maker), p. 168, 1. 21 

' Organopoeus,' p. 10, 1. 29 

Pandocheus (inn-keeper), p. 3, 1. 32; 

p. 27, 1. 19; p. 28, 1. 11; p. 38, 

1.6 
Pannarius (draper), p. 24, 1. 1 ; p. 33, 

1. 24 ; p. 101, 1. 29 
Panni, pannorum, opifex (cloth-maker, 

clothier), p. 97, 1. 2; p. 172, 1. 27; 

p. 175, 1. 26 
'Pannifex,'p. 33, 1. 19 
iPannificus (clothier), p. 6, 1. 15; p. 9, 

1. 14; p. 29, 1. 44; p. 36, 1. 39; p. 

70, 1. 9 
' Pannorum cultor,' p. 130, 1. 36 

— mercator (draper), p. 126, 1. 1 



1 Ought we not to read pannijicit for pannifici ? See p. 70, 1. 9. 



INDEX OF TRADES, ETC. LATIN. 



295 



Pannorum mercator {cloth-merchant), 

p. 134, 1. 32 
Pannos tingens {dyer), p. 84, 1. 31 
♦Pater clericus' {father in holy orders), 

p. 165, 1. 1 
•Pauper,' p. 146,1. 32 
Pecorum venditor {cattle salesman), p. 

168, 1. 34 
Pecuarius {qrazier), p, 24, 1. 5; p. 72, 

11. 21, 26; p. 128, 1. 38; p. 139, 

1. 18; p. 151, 1. 11; p. 164, 1. 15; 

p. 167, 1.3; p. 170, 1.32 
• Pecudum saginator, ' p. 32, 1. 25 ; p. 

37,1. 15; p. 38,1.23 
Pellio {furrier), p. 15, 1. 16; p. 22, 1. 3; 

p. 125, ). 43 
Perucarum artifex {wig -maker), ]p. 122, 

1.1 

— opifex {wig-maker), p. 114, 1« 17 
Pharmacopola {druggist), p. 13, 1. 14; 

p. 19, 1. 19; p. 55, 1. 43; p. 63, 
1. 34; p. 84, 1. 4; p. 88, U. 17, 30; 
p. 91, 1. 24; p. 94, L 32; p. 101, 
1. 35; p. 104, 1. 39; p. 122, 1. 5; 
p. 129, 1. 25; p. 135, L 26; p. 155, 
1. 1; p. 159, 1. 33; p. 163, 1. 37; 
p. 167, 1. 28 

— et chirurgus {druggist and sur- 
geon, surgeon-druggist), p. 76, 1. 2; 
p. 115, 1. 39 

Pharmcopola {sic) {druggist), p. 21, 

1. 37 
Pilearius, p. 2, 1. 28 
Pistor {baker), p. 118, 1. 38; p. 171j 

1. 25 
'Plebeius,' p. 29, 1. 39; p. 47, 1. 40; 

p. 48, 1. 18; p. 49, 1. 29; p. 50, 

1. 35; p. 56, 1. 7; p. 57, 1. 23; 

p. 59, 1. 19; p. 60, 1. 39; p. 62, 1. 39; 

p. 66, 1. 38; p. 67j 1. 29; p. 124, 

1. 29 
Plumbarius {plumber), p^ 40, 1. 44; 

p. 42, 1. 3; p. 44, 1. 31; p. 46, 

1.36 
Potifex {brewer), p. 67, 1. 10 
Praediorum procurator {bailiff), p. 93, 

1. 42 
♦Praefectus militum,' p. 7, 1. 30; p. 29, 

1. 35 ; p. 34, 1. 31 ; p. 35, 1. 3 
' Publicanus,' p. 108, 1. 7 
iPullarius {poulterer), p. 141, 1. 38 

Begistrarius {registrar), p. 20, 1. 19; 

p. 171, 1. 38 
'Regius Praetor in aula Westmonas- 

teriensi,' p. 117, 1. 25; p. 131, 1. 11 

Salarius {fish curer), p. Ill, 1. 41 
« Sacrista de SolyhuU,' p. 106, 1. 21 
Scriniarius {scrivener), p. 11, 1. 26 



' Senator urbauus,' p. 37, 1. 23 
' Serici facti mercator,' p. 37, 1. 19 
'Sizator,' p. 32, n. 1; p. 49, 1. 43; 

p. 52, 1. 37; p. 62, n. 1; p. 88, n. 1; 

p. 103, n. 1 
Stannarius {pewterer), p. 26, 1. 20 
'Subsizator,' p. 32, n. 1; p. 49, 11. 44, 

46; p. 62, n. 1; p. 88, n.l; p. 103, 

n. 1; p. 105,1. 1 
Sutor {sJioemaker), p. 44, 1, 24 

— vestiarius {tailor), p. 5, 1. 10; 
p. 45, L 19; p. 127, 1. 18; p. 146, 
1.8 

Suum fundum colens {freeholder), p. 
Ill, 1. 26; p. 138, 1. 33; p. 142, 11. 
8, 24, 33; p. 151, 1. 22; p. 162, 1. 25 ; 
p. 167, 1. 33 

' Tabellarius,' p. 9, 1. 17 

Tabernarius {shop-keeper), p. 109, 1. 
20 

Tapetiarius {carpet-maker), p. 162, 1. 8 

Telonarius {collector of taxes, tax col- 
lector), p. 6, 1. 26; p. 41, 1. 48; 
p. 72, 1. 29; p. 75, 11. 2, 9; p. 78, 
1. 25; p. 79, 1. 14; p. 81, 1.30; p. 
83,1.29; p. 106,1. 25 

Textor {weaver), p. 94, L 2; p. 103, 
L 29; p. 120,1.17; p. 161, 1. 21 

' Tibialium mercator,' p. 135, 1. 34 

— venditor {hosier), p. 33, 1. 8 
Tonsor {barber), p. 27, 1. 44; p. 50, 

1.17 
' Tribunus militum,' p. 17, 1. 5; p. 176, 

1. 33 {'a colonel') 
Tributi exactor {tax-gatherer), p. 124, 

1. 21 ; p. 126, 1. 31 ; p. 134, 1. 42 
'Tributi publici inspector,' p. 38, 1. 

10 
' Tunicarum pueril. fabricator,' p. 28, 

1; 28 

Typographus {printer), p. 5, 1. 34 ; p. 
163, 1. 24 

'Unus e Telonariis apud Lond.' p. 36, 
L 8 

Vectigalium collector {tax-gatherer), p. 

50, 1. 23 
Veterinarius {farrier), p. 150, 1. 12 
Villicus, vilicus {bailiff), p. 3, 1. 19; 

p. 109, 1. 42 {vilicux) 
{farm bailiff), p. 170, 1. 40; 

p. 172, 11. 4, 14 {vilicus) 
V. dispensator {bailiff), p. 7, 1. 10 
Vinarius {vintner), p. 143, 1. 28 
Virgarius {verger), p. 155, 1. 9 
Vitrarius {glazier), p. 174, 1. 5 

Yeomanuus {yeoman), p. 89, 1. 29 



1 It was in reference to this individual tiiat liis son, J. Home Toolce, said that he was an eminent 
Turlcey mercliant. 



CTambrilifle: 

PBINTED BY J. AND C. F. CLAY, 
AT THE UNIVERSITY PBESS. 



APPENDIX. 



NOTES ON THE REGISTER, 

P. 1 no. 1. Henry Jefferson was ordained Deacon 12 June 1720 and Priest 
9 June 1727 by the Archbishop of York. He was elected Head Master of Beverley 
Grammar School 13 January 172|- and admitted, by the Archbishop of York, 20 
January, 172J. He held the Mastership until 1735 (Oliver, History of Beverley, 
279). He was licensed by the Archbishop of York to be Lecturer in St Mary's, 
Beverley, 10 September 1726 ; and he was licensed to the cure of Holme Super 
Waldam, Yorks, 9 August 1728. 

P. 1 no. 3. Martin Eutter, born 20 December 1696, was admitted to Merchant 
Taylors' School 16 September 1715 (Robinson, Register of Merchant Taylors' School, 
ii, 43: observe that his entry at this school is subsequent to his entry at St John's). 
He migrated to Peterhouse, where he took the degrees of B.A. 1719, M.A. 1723. 
The Registers of Peterhouse contain the following entries : (i) November 15, 1718, 
Martinus Rutter Nottinghamiensis in schola publica Mercatorum Scissorum 
Londini institutus, annosque natus 18, admissus fuit in Collegium Sti Johannis 
6to die Augusti Anno Dom : 1715, facultate autem donatus sese transferendi in 
quodvis aliud Collegium per Doctorem Jenkin dicti Collegii Praefectum et Doctorem 
Edmundson Tutorem suum; addito etiam testimonio tum de moribus tum de 
novem terminis et octo diebus termini jam instantis ab admissione sua in Aca- 
demia completis, hodie examinatur approbatur admittiturque in hoc nostrum 
Collegium ad mensam Pensionariorum sub Tutore et Fidejussore Magistro Birkett; 
(ii) Feb : 16, 171|, Martinus Rutter Nottinghamiensis admittitur ad locum Biblio- 
tistae ex fundatione Dnae Franciscae Matthews quem nuper tenuit Gulielmus 
Hetherington. Signed Godfr. Washington Praeses: Geo. Birkett Dec. Sen. Dep. 
A similar entry to the last dated 12 July 1720 records that Rutter was succeeded 
by Robert Tempest. 

One Martin Rutter was instituted Rector of Slaidburn, Yorks, on the presentation 
of John Cowley of Doncaster, 20 March 17|f , and held the living until his death in 
1734 (Whitaker, History of Craven, 40). 

P. 1 no. 4. Sir Trevor Wheler died at Bath in 1718, a month before he came of 
age (Betham, Baronetage, ii, 162; Wotton, English Baronetage, iii, 145). 

P. 1 no. 6. Samuel Mott was ordained Deacon 26 February 172f by the Bishop 
of Norwich (then stating that he was born in the parish of Holy Trinity, Essex) 
and was licensed curate to Mr Hunt, Rector of Alderton, Suffolk. He was ordained 
Priest 22 February 17§| by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Vicar of 
Twyford, co. Leicester, 23 February 17^| on the presentation of John Ashby, de la 
Lincke, Salop, but only held the living a short time, his successor being instituted 
in November 1731. He was instituted Vicar of Brent Eleigh, or lUeigh, Suffolk, 
19 December 1732 on the presentation of Edward Colman of Brent Eleigh. In 
the church of Brent Eleigh is a black marble slab with this inscription : Here lyeth 
the body | of the Reverend | Mr Samuel Mott, M.A. | late Vicar of this parish | obiit 
6 August 1735 I aetat. 34 | Here also lyeth the body of | Ann relict of the above 
mentioned Sam'. Mott A.M. | obiit 5 Sep. 1739 | aetat. 40. Arms above: Mott, a 
crescent, impaling, a cross couped, between 4 escallops. Crest : an etoile of 8 points 
(Davy, Suffolk Collections, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 19,077). Although Samuel Mott 
is described as M.A. in the above inscription, and in the Act Book of the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury on his institution to Brent Eleigh (the See of Norwich being 
vacant), he is not credited with the M.A. degree in the printed Graduati Canta- 
brigienses. 

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298 APPENDIX. 

P. 2 no. 6. William Thomas was admitted a Fellow of the College 13 March 
172A. He was ordained Deacon 4 June and Priest 24 September 1721 by the 
Archbishop of York. He was Junior Dean of the College from 25 February 173| 
until 8 February 173^. He was presented by the College to the Vicarage of North 
Stoke, Oxfordshire, 18 June and instituted 1 July 1736, holding the living until his 
death in 1766. 

P. 2 no. 7. Thomas Pennoyre (the elder) of ' The Moor ' in the parish of Clif- 
ford, Herefordshire, married 5 February 1689, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John 
Danuett of Bosbury : Thomas Pennoyre was their second son, he was baptized 
at Clifford 14 July 1695 and on the death of his father succeeded to The Moor. He 
was High Sheriff of Herefordshire in 1755. He died 16 March 1783 aged 89 and 
was buried 29 March. He was unmarried. He made the acquaintance of William 
Bowyer, the printer (P. 5 no. 49), who was in his own year at College and cor- 
responded with him. One of his letters is to be found in Nichols' Literary 
Anecdotes, iv, 444-5; and some letters to him from Bowyer in the Literary Il- 
lustrations, viii, 533-7. There is a pedigree of the family in Robinson's Mansions 
of Herefordshire, 68-9. 

P. 2 no. 9. John Roberts, the father, of Haford-y-Bwch and Plasnewydd, co. 
Denbigh, was admitted to Gray's Inn 24 November 1687. He was High Sheriff co. 
Denbigh 1705 and M.P. for Denbigh borough 1710-1713 and 1715^1722. He 
married Susan, daughter of William Parx-y of Lwyuynn. He died at Plasnewydd 
4 September 1781 (Williams, Parliamentary History of the Principality of Wales, 
81). Hugh Roberts was alive 19 November 1720, but died soon after, without issue. 
David, the second son of John Roberts, being described as his 'son and heir' 18 
March 172f ; and Roger Roberts, the third son of John, entered the Inner Temple 
26 November 1722, and is there described as second son. These also died without 
issue. Their sister, Catherine Roberts, became heiress of Haford-y-Bwch, Plasne- 
wydd and Lwynynn. She married in 1716 Humphry Parry of SwU Halog in the 
parish of Cwm, co. Flint, and Llanhaidr Hall, co. Denbigh. Both she and her 
husband were buried at Cwm and left issue. 

P. 2 no. 10. Richard Richardson (of St John's College) was ordained Deacon by 
the Bishop of Ely 17 December 1720, and Priest 24 December 1721 by the Bishop 
of Norwich, on the latter occasion he was licensed curate of Stoke Ferry, Norfolk. 
One of these names was instituted Vicar of Finchingfield, Essex, 20 June 1753 and 
held the living until 1771. There was a Richard Richardson, of Trinity College, 
B.A. 1721. 

P. 2 no. 11. One Thomas Lloyd, gentleman, son and heir-apparent of Thomas 
Lloyd of Gwernhaylad, co. Flint, esquire, was admitted a student of Lincoln's Inn 
9 March 171f . 

P. 2 no. 12. Peyton Altham, who was born in 1695, succeeded his father in the 
Mark Hall estate in 1697. He married Mary, daughter of John Beard, governor 
of Bengal. He died 2 November 1741 and was buried in Latton church, where 
there is a monument to his memory (Morant, Histoi-y of Essex, ii, 489, where there 
is a pedigree; Burke, Landed Gentry, Altham of Timbercombe). 

P. 2 no. 13. John Tetlow was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York 
24 September 1721. He is described as B.A. of St John's College, Cambridge, 
but his name does not appear in the printed Graduati. He was licensed by the 
Bishop of Chester to be curate of Birch Chapel, Manchester, holding it from 18 
November 1736 until 1742. He married Elizabeth, third daughter of Thomas 
Birch, esq. of Birch, and granddaughter of Colonel Thomas Birch, of the Parlia- 
mentary army, and sometime M.P. for Liverpool. He had two sons, William and 
Richard John (Finch Smith, Manchester School Register, i, 8, 222; Foster, Alumni 
Oxonienses). 

P. 2 no. 14. Theodosius Staige did not graduate. He was ordained Deacon 
21 February 1724 (when he is described as a literate), and Priest 23 May 1725 (as 
Stage) by the Bishop of London. 

P. 3 no. 16. Henry Jenkin, the father, was of Pembroke Hall, B.A. 1675. 
Thomas Jenkin was admitted a Fellow of the College 28 March 1721. He was 
ordained Deacon 1 March 172 J by the Bishop of Norwich. He was instituted Rector 
of Runcton Holme (or South Runcton with Holme and Wallington) 9 June 1732, 
holding the living until 1756. He was the author of An impartial Examination of 



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APPENDIX. 299 

the Free Enquiry, the Primitive Fathers vindicated and the Necessity of Miracles 
maintained to the end of the third century. In a letter to Dr Middleton, upon the 
subject of his Free Enquiry, Cambridge, 1750, 8vo. See the admission of his son, 
P. 132 no. 32. 

P. 3 no. 17. This is perhaps the Richard Bolton who was curate of Prestbury 
and Bollington, Cheshire. The Parish Register of Bollington has the following 
entry: "1721 April 15, Mr Richard Bolton, curate, and Mrs Tomazin Watts, 
spinster, married." The Parish Register of Bollington has the following entries 
"8 March 174|^, Rev. Richard Bolton, clerk" (buried); "5 November 1750, Thom- 
azin, relict of the Rev. Richard Bolton, clerk " (buried) (Earwaker, East Cheshire, 
1,211; ii, 405). 

P. 3 no. 18. This is the eldest son of William, second Baron Craven, and his 
wife Elizabeth, daughter of Humberston Skipwith, esq. (son and heir of Sir Fulwar 
Skipwith of Newbold Hall, co. Warwick, esq.). He succeeded as third Baron in 
1711, he was created D.C.L. of Oxford 16 June 1722 ; appointed a Governor of the 
Foundling Hospital 7 August 1739; and died s.p. 10 August 1739. He married in 
1721 Anne, only daughter of Frederick Tilney of Rotherwick, Hants. She died 
5 February 17|f . 

P. 3 no. 21. Benjamin Culm was ordained Deacon 10 March 172| by the Bishop 
of Norwich (then stating that he was born in the parish of St John the Baptist, 
Chester), he was ordained Priest 22 September 1723 by the Bishop of St Asaph. 
He was admitted a Fellow of the College 3 April 1723 and a Senior Fellow 28 April 
1739. He was admitted Steward of the College 10 February 174^, holding the 
office until he was admitted President 20 February 174f . His successor as President 
was admitted 18 February 174|. Culm was presented by the College to the Rectory 
of Thorinston, Essex, 4 October 1743 and instituted 19 October. He was presented 
by the College to the Rectory of Freshwater in the Isle of Wight 3 September and 
instituted 1 October 1745, then ceding Thorington. He held Freshwater until his 
death 2 June 1768. He was buried in the church and his tombstone has the 
following inscription : "Infra sepultae jacent | exuviae Benj. Culm S. T. B. | Coll. 
Div. Joan. Evang. Cantab, quondam | praesidis; hujus ecclesiae per annos circiter j 
viginti et tres rectoris. Natus est in | civitate Cestriae a.d. 1697, et evectus ad( 
hanc rectoriam cal. Octob. 1745 | ubi inter amicos parochianos suos | post pluri- 
mam annorum continuam | commorationem amicam animam efHavit | secundo die 
mensis Junii | a.d. 1768." By his will dated 11 November 1764 he left various 
small legacies to charitable uses, £10 to " purchase therewith a silver cup and 
cover for the use of the Holy Communion of the Church of Freshwater, that it 
be as neat and strong as can be made for the aforesaid sum, and that it be large 
enough to contain a pint of wine measure." He also left twenty-four folio volumes 
of Divinity for the use of the succeeding Rectors of Freshwater, never to be alien- 
ated or removed from the Parsonage House. Benjamin Culm published in 1750 
through William Bowyer, Officia Religionis Christianae, metrice enumerata, 4to 
(Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, ii, 218 ; see also i, 228 ; Torry, Rectors of Freshwater, 
14-17). 

P. 3 no. 22. George Mompesson, the father, was Fellow of Peterhouse, B.A. 
1681, M.A. 1685. He was instituted Rector of St Martin Micklegate, in the city 
of York 9 November 1691, ceding this on his institution to the Vicarage of Mans- 
field, Notts, 6 July 1699, this he ceded in 1721. He was instituted Rector of 
Barnburgh, Yorks, 15 December 1715. He was admitted to the Prebend of Orton 
Prima Pars in Southwell church 14 February 168f . The Prebend and Rectory 
were vacant in 1732. 

William Mompesson, the son, graduated from Peterhouse, B.A. 1719, M.A. 1723. 
He was instituted Vicar of Mansiield, Notts, 5 March 172^, in succession to his 
father and held the living until 1737. 

P. 3 no. 24. George Bettinson did not graduate. He was ordained Deacon 21 
September 1718 and Priest 18 December 1720 by the Archbishop of York, when he 
is described as Alumnus of St John's College, Cambridge. He was instituted Rector 
of Swarkeston, eo. Derby, 3 August 1732 and held the living until 1772. 

P. 3 no. 26. Thomas Gee was a younger son. On 14 February 172f he had 
letters dimissory from the Archbishop of York, to be ordained Deacon by the Bishop 
of London, the curacy of Cherry Barton, to which he was licensed on the 6 Majch 

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300 APPENDIX. 

following, giving him a title. He was ordained Deacon 21 February 172i, and 
Priest 18 December 1726 by the Bishop of London. He was instituted 20 December 
1726 to the rectory of Foxholes, on the presentation of Thomas Gee, esq. of Bishop 
Burton, who also gave him the living of Cherry Burton, to which he was instituted 
7 March 172|^. On 12 February 172^, when he is described as chaplain to William, 
Earl of Albemarle, he received a dispensation from the Archbishop of Canterbury 
to hold both livings, then stated to be of the respective values of £150 and £140, 
and to be 19 miles apart. On 11 May 1732 he was married in York Minster to 
Mary Wyvill, youngest daughter of Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, hart., of Constable 
Burton. On 5 March 173|, administration of the goods of Thomas Gee, rector 
of Cherry Burton, deceased, intestate, to Richard Dawson, esq. the principal 
creditor {Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, ii, 363, 364). 

P. 3 no. 26. William Chambers was ordained Deacon 9 June 1723 by the Bishop 
of Lichfield and Coventry, and Prie.st 9 January 172^ by the Bishop of Peterborough. 
He was instituted Rector of Wakerley 26 January 173^ and Rector of Easton by 
Stamford 7 April 1734, both in Northamptonshire. On 30 March 1734, when he is 
described as Chaplain to Brownlow, Earl of Exeter, he received a dispensation to 
hold both livings, then stated to be of the value of £90 and £120 respectively and 
to be about 3 miles apart. Both livings were filled up again in 1748. 

P. 3 no. 27. Thomas Robinson appears in the printed Graduati as LL.B. in 
1722. Thomas Robinson, LL.B. of St John's College, Cambridge, was ordained 
Deacon 24 December 1721 by the Bishop of London, and Priest 9 June 1723 by 
the Archbishop of York. He was instituted Rector of Norton, Kent, 18 March 
173i, patron the Bishop of Rochester. He held the living until 1761. 

P. 4 no. 28. Alexander Edmundson was admitted a Piatt Fellow of the College 
13 March 171|. He was ordained Deacon 23 December 1722, and Priest (at a 
special ordination in the Chapel of St James at Westminster) 27 December 1722 
by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Vicar of Humberstone, co. Lincoln, 
28 December 1722, on the presentation of Matthew Humberstone. This benefice 
was filled up again in 1726. On 19 November 1725 he was instituted Vicar of 
St Mary's, Burwell, co. Cambridge. In Burwell church, on a freestone about the 
middle of the aisle is this inscription: Dy'd | Jan: 30. 1732 | Alexander Edmund- 
son I Batchelor of Divinity | Fellow of St John's | College in Cambridge | and Vicar 
of this Church. | (MSS. Cole, iii. 111, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5804). 

P. 4 no. 29. This is probably the John Maddox who was instituted Rector of 
Stretton Sugwas, co. Hereford, 12 July 1737, holding the living until 1747. 

P. 4 no. 30. Honoratus Lebeg, the elder, received a licence to practise as a 
physician from Dr Cartwright, Bishop of Chester, in 1686. Honoratus Lebeg, the 
younger, was ordained Deacon 22 September 1723 by the Archbishop of York, and 
Priest 19 September 1725 by the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. He seems 
to have been for some time curate of Wigan, for the name of ' The Reverend 
Honoratus Lebeg, M. A., of Wigan in Lancashire ' appears as one of the subscribers 
to a translation of Fleury's Ecclesiastical History, published in 1727. No trace of 
him however appears in the parish registers. He was also a curate of Preston in 
the Archdeaconry of Richmond. On 11 October 1728 he was collated to the 
Vicarage of Eastham, Cheshire, by Bishop Peploe of Chester, on whom the pre- 
sentation had devolved by lapse. At Eastham, Lebeg remained for thirty-eight 
years, holding the Perpetual Curacy of Bromborough with his Vicarage for a 
portion of that time, ceding this in 1767. But though a pluralist, he was by no 
means a wealthy one; for Eastham was only worth some £40 a year, and Brom- 
borough about £12. Archdeacon Travis who succeeded Lebeg at Eastham, states 
that his predecessors " as far back as the remembrance of living persons can reach, 
lived for the greatest part of their lives upon charity, and died insolvent." This 
poverty was due to their inability to enforce the payment of their just dues. Lebeg 
appears to have been involved in constant difficulties with his tithe-payers; and 
being worsted in the struggle, he adopted, according to the local tradition, an 
original mode of revenge. He kept no Registers. For over twenty years there is 
indeed a complete blank. But at the same time a complete list of the entries 
which should have been made was sent to the Bishop's Registry at Chester every 
year. 

Stories of Lebeg are still told at Eastham, which shew him to have been a man 



APPENDIX. 301 

of ready wit. On one occasion a couple waited in the church to be married till 
long past the hour of twelve, whilst 'Parson Lebeg' having forgotten all about it, 
was taking a stroll on the shore. On his return he was told that the angry pair 
were about to leave the church, as, being afternoon, it was too late for the wed- 
ding. " Too late," he exclaimed, hurriedly putting on his surplice, " not a bit of 
it ; why I have not had my dinner yet, and it is never afternoon in Eaetham until 
the Vicar has dined"; and he married them. 

Another of these traditional stories informs us that a considerable number of 
gentlemen in the neighbourhood had been created Justices of the Peace in a batch. 
Some of these worthies mounted on horseback encountered Parson Lebeg trud„'ing 
along near Poole Hall. "Why do you go about on foot, Mr Vicar?" cried one of 
them ; " if you can't afford a horse, you might at least keep an ass." " I have 
been wishing to do so," replied the Vicar, "but the fact is that all the asses in 
these parts have been lately turned into Justices of the Peace, so that I am, so 
far, unable to realise my wish." 

During Lebeg's incumbency the Vicarage House at Eastham was erected, and 
the spire of the church, which had become ruinous, was taken down and rebuilt. 

On 4 April 1749, Lebeg was collated by Bishop Peploe to the Rectory of 
Wallasey, Cheshire. As this did not necessitate the resignation of Eastham or 
Brom borough, he held the three livings till 1766, when he ceded the last-mentioned 
parishes, retaining Wallasey until his death. He was buried at Eastham 26 July 
1769, but there is no trace of a monument to his memory. In his latter years 
Lebeg seems to have been partly imbecile {Wiiral Notes and Queries, ii. 41-2). 

P. 4 no. 32. Thomas, the son of Thomas and Ann Lowther, was ordained 
Deacon by the Archbishop of York, in the King's Chapel, Somerset House, 25 
February 171^, and Priest at York 20 May 1722. He was licensed by the Arch- 
bishop to the cure of Hadlesey Chapelry in the parish of Birkin, Yorks, 22 December 
1720. On 6 November 1722 he was appointed master of the Grammar School at 
Sherburn. On 10 June 1724 he was instituted to the vicarage of Kippax. On 
29 April 1728 he was mariied in York Minster, to Martha Widdop of Kippax. On 
9 July 1728 he was admitted to the curacy of Saxton. In his will, dated at 
Sherburn, 27 October 1731 (proved 11 July 1732) he bequeaths all his property in 
the parish of Kippax to his wife Martha for her life, remainder to his daughter 
Martha {Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal, ii, 356). 

P. 4 no. 33. Thomas Clarke was ordained Deacon 25 July 1721 and Priest 
21 July 1728 when he was licensed to the curacy of Guiseley, Yorks, with a 
stipend of £40, all by the Archbishop of York. 

P. 4 no. 34. George Procter was ordained Deacon 12 June 1720, by the Arch- 
bishop of York, and Priest 1 August 1725 by the Bishop of Chester. He was curate 
of Staveley in Cartmel in 1728. 

P. 4 no. 35. William Bridges was ordained Deacon 18 December 1720 and 
Priest 9 June 1723 by the Archbishop of York. He was instituted Vicar of Kippax, 
Yorks, 10 January 173^ and held the living uutil 1733. 

P. 4 no. 36. A pedigree of the Askew family is given in Hodgson's History of 
Northumberland, Part ii, Vol. 2, p. 199. In this the name of Anthony Askew the 
younger occurs, but without any details. 

P. 4 no. 37. Christopher Dodgson was ordained Deacon 25 February 17^^ and 
Priest 4 June 1721 by the Archbishop of York. 

P. 4 no. 38. The editor of the Sedbergh School Register is inclined to identify 
this Thomas Jackson with the Thomas Jackson who was instituted Eector of Green's 
Norton 28 June 1726 and Rector of Tiffield 18 September 1730 (both livings are in 
Northamptonshire), he was buried at Green's Norton, 31 March 1769 (Baker, 
History of Northamptonshire, ii, 64, 310). The Rector of Tiffield is however de- 
scribed as M.A. at the time of his institution and Thomas Jackson, of St John's, 
took the B.A. degree in 1719, but did not proceed to the M.A. degree. 

P. 6 no. 40. Edward Moorhouse was ordained Deacon 18 December 1720 and 
Priest 23 September 1722, by the Archbishop of York. 

P. 6 no. 41. George Adams was ordained Deacon 13 March 17^^ and licensed 
to the curacy of Copmanford with Upton, Hunts, he was ordained Priest 23 Sep- 
tember 1722 and licensed to the curacy of Holme, Hunts, next day, all by the Biahop 
of Lincoln. One George Adams, probably the father, was Rector of Copmanford 



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from 1703 to 1724. One George Adams was instituted Vicar of Sibsey, co. Lincoln, 
18 March 173^ and held the living until 1779. 

P. 6 no. 42. William Wilson was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Ely 17 
December 1720, then stating that he was born in the County of Cambridge in the 
year 1697. 

P. 6 no. 43. Roger Fenwick, the father (son of William Fenwick, of Stanton, 
Northumberland), matriculated at Oxford from St Edmund Hall, 25 June 1678, 
aged 18. He was admitted a student of Gray's Inn, 21 November 1678 and was 
called to the bar 5 May 1686. He was returned as M.P. for Morpeth, co. North- 
umberland 14 January 168f and 4 March 16f§. He married Elizabeth, only 
daughter of George Fenwick of Brinkburn. John Fenwick, his eldest son, was 
born 24 February and baptised at Long Horsley 3 March 169f . His godfathers 
were Robert Ellison of Hepburn and Mr John Shaftoe of Bavington, godmother, 
the Honble Lady Mary Fenwicke, widow of tbe late Sir John Fenwicke. He was 
High Sheriff of Northumberland 16 December 1727 to 18 December 1728. He was 
returned as M.P. for Northumberland 21 May 1741 and 2 July 1747. He died 
about the end of 1747, a new writ being issued for the election of his successor 

11 January 174|. He had been an unsuccessful candidate for the county in 1734. 
He was twice married ; (i) in 1719 to Margaret, daughter and coheiress of William 
Fenwick of Bywell, she was buried at Bywell 10 June 1727 ; (ii) to Alice, daughter 
of Thomas Errington of Beaufort, she was buried at Bywell 22 November 1731 
(Hodgson, History of Northumberland, Part ii, Vol. 2, p. 116, where there is a 
pedigree; Bean, Parliamentarij Representation of the six Northern Counties of 
England, ilo, 490; Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 6 no. 44. Thomas Evans took the B.A. degree in 1719. One of these names 
was instituted Rector of Clungunford, Salop, 1 March 172* and held the living until 
1762. 

P. 6 no. 46. Thomas Whitaker was ordained Deacon 13 March 17 J^ by the Bishop 
of London, and Priest 30 July 1721 by the Bishop of Chester. He was appointed 
King's Preacher for the Duchy of Lancaster 16 January 172|, and on 27 September 
1729 he was appointed with Samuel Peploe to administer twelve Rural Deaneries 
in the Diocese of Chester. He was instituted Rector of Ashton-upon-Mersey 
2 May 1730 and held the living until his death. Within the altar rails of Ash ton 
Church there is a memorial with the following inscription : Here lieth the body 
of the Rev. Thomas Whitaker, A.M. He was rector of this church upwards of 
87 years and died on the 29th day of June 1767, in the 77th year of his age. 
Here lieth the body of Ellen, wife of the Rev. Thomas Whitaker, who departed 
this life Feb. 6th, 1738 (Ormerod, History of Cheshire (ed. Helsby), i, 560). 

P. 6 no. 46. Richard Gittens was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Hereford 

12 Juue 1720 in the parish church of Whitbourne and licensed to the curacy of 
Wollaston in the diocese of Hereford. 

P. 6 no. 47. George Toilet, the father, was appointed Accountant-General of 
Ireland in 1691. He returned to England and in 1700 was Secretary of a Com- 
mission for the management of the Excise Revenue. Early in 1701 he was made 
a Commissioner of the Navy. In 1718 he purchased Betley Hall, co. Stafford. 
He was a friend of Evelyn and of Sir Isaac Newton. Hinchcliffe (History of Bnr- 
thomley, 189) says, "Mr Toilet had two sons, George and Cooke. George, after 
completing his education at St John's College, Cambridge, disappointed his father's 
expectations, went to live in the Isle of Man, where he married a Manx lady, 
Elizabeth Gates, and had two sons, George and Charles." It will be observed that 
it was Cook (or Cooke), and not George, who was at St John's. Cooke Toilet does 
not appear in the pedigree given in Burke's Commoners, ii, 224. There are notices 
of members of the family in the Dictionary of National Biography. 

P. 5 no. 49. This is William Bowyer, the learned printer and publisher. Round 
the record of his life has been collected more literary and biographical information 
than perhaps has fallen to the lot of any other man. A sketch of his career 
appeared soon after his death, in the Gentleman's Magazine for 1778, pp. 409, 449, 
513. In 1778, his partner John Nichols issued an octavo pamphlet of 52 pages, 
entitled Anecdotes Biographical and Literary of the late Mr William Bowyer, printer. 
Of this only twenty copies were issued (Nichols' Literary Anecdotes, iii, 296), one 
of which was presented to the College Library by Mr Nichols. An enlarged edition, 



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quarto, appeared in 1782 with much additional matter, and this again was issued 
with further additions by Jolm Nichols between 1802 and 1815 in nine volumes 
octavo. In this latter form it is usually cited as Nichols' Literary Atiecdotes. In 
this astonishing monument of industry the incidents in the lives of William 
Bowyer and his father, the works published by them, with the names of the 
authors or friends all form the excuse for biographical notes, the whole forming 
nearly a biographical history of the literary men of the eighteenth century. 

William Bowyer, of St John's, was the son of William Bowyer, printer, by his 
second wife Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Dawkes, also a printer. He was born 
in Dogwell Court, White Friars, London, 19 December 1699. He was sent to 
school at Hadley in Surrey, under the Rev. Ambrose Bonwick, B.D. (father of the 
three Bonwicks, admitted to St John's, Part ii, P. 199, no. 7; and P. 204, no. 33; 
Part iii, P. 12, no. 5). While he was there at school his father's printing-house was 
burned 30 January 171|. Towards the losses thus caused there was a general 
subscription, and the younger Bowyer never forgot those who helped his father at 
that time. 

Bowyer does not seem to have been very happy at College, he had to exercise 
the strictest economy and his tutor's bills are said never to have exceeded twenty 
pounds a year (Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, iii, 14). " The commons of the sizars," 
he said, " were miserably poor." He was admitted one of the first exhibitioners 
on Mr Roper's foundation 7 July 1719, holding this until 1722. A Latin letter of 
thanks for this election (the value of the exhibition was £6), which it was then, and 
for many years afterwards, the custom to write, will 'be found in Nichols' Literary 
Anecdotes, i, 182-4. Bowyer never took a degree at Cambridge although he seems 
to have been at College some five or six years. In 1767 he wrote of Cambridge: 
" My father (good man !) sent me thither, to qualify me, by a new kind of experi- 
ment, for a printer. But it served only in trade to expose me to more affronts, 
and to give me a keener sensibility of them." Even while at College he seems to 
have begun literary work, as he helped Strype in his edition of Stow's Loudon in 
1720, and in 1721 he was assisting his father in correcting works for the press-. 
In June 1722 he finally entered into the printing business with his father. His 
former schoolmaster, Mr Bonwick, dying 20 October 1722 he carried on the school 
for some months for the benefit of the family. In 1726 he published a sketch of 
Baxter's ' Glossary of Roman Antiquities ' under the title View of a book, entitled, 
Reliquiae Baxterianae in a letter to a friend. On 9 October 1728 he married at 
St Clement Danes his mother's niece Anne, daughter of Thomas Prudom, citizen 
of London; by this marriage he acquired lands in Yorkshire and Essex. They 
had two sons, William, who died young, Thomas, who survived both his parents. 
In 1729 Bowyer ushered into the world the life of Ambrose Bonwick (Part ii, 
P. 199, no. 7), some have supposed this to have been written by Bowyer, but it was 
really the work of Ambrose Bonwick the elder. 

In 1729 Bowyer was appointed by Speaker Onslow to be Printer of the Votes of 
the House of Commons, an office he held for fifty years. In 1731 he printed a 
tract : The Traditions of the clergy not destructive of Religion. Being remarks on 
Mr Bowman's Visitation Sermon; exposing that gentleman's deficiency in Latin and 
Greek, in Ecclesiastical history and in true learning. By a gentleman of Cambridge. 
This was an answer to a tract issued by the Rev. William Bowman, Vicar of Dews- 
bury. There were several pamphlets by others and notices in the newspapers of 
the time, but the controversy is now utterly forgotten. 

In May 1736 he was appointed printer to the Society of Antiquaries and elected 
a member of the Society 7 July 1737. In 1736 he was active in the promotion 
of the ' Society for the Encouragement of Learning,' a society for the printing 
of learned books, which did not last long. On 27 December 1737 he lost his father 
and became sole manager of the family press. In 1741 Bowyer corrected and 
issued in convenient form two school-books, originally published in Paris : Selectae 
e veteri Testamento historiae and Selectae ex profanis Scriptorihits historiae. In 
1742 he was editor as well as printer of Joseph Trapp's Latin lectures ou poetry, 
as also editor of the seventh volume of Swift's Miscellanies. On 21 August 1747 
he married Elizabeth Bill, who had been his housekeeper for some years. In 1750 
he prefixed a dissertation and some notes to L. Kuster's De vero iisu rerborum 
mediorum, eorumque differentia a verbis activi-t et passivis, and also a Latin preface 
to Edward Leede's Veteres Poetae citati ad Patris Pliilippi Labbei de ancipitunr 
Graecorum vocalium &c. He also in this year printed an edition of Bladen's trans- 



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304 APPENDIX. 

lation of Caesar's Comvientaries, the notes in which signed Typogr. are by him. 
In 1753 when there was an agitation against the granting of indulgences to the 
Jews he published a quarto, Remarks on a Speech made in Common Council, on the 
Bill for permitting persons professing the Jewish Religion to be naturalised, so far 
as prophecies are supposed to be affected by it. 

In 1754 he entered into a partnership with James Emonson, a relative, some 
proposals were also on foot for taking another partner, but they fell through, and 
even the partnership with Emonson only lasted a very short time, coming to an end 
in 1757. In 1761, with the help of his new assistant J. Nichols, he reprinted, with 
translation, certain Latin verses written by the scholars of Westminster School on 
the Coronation of George II. In 1762 he edited the 13th and 14th octavo volumes 
of Swift's works. In 1763 he brought out an edition of the Greek Testament, 
with emendations by various learned writers ; this sold very rapidly. 

In 1765 he had some thoughts of undertaking the management of the University 
Press at Cambridge, by obtaining a lease of the exclusive privileges, but the nego- 
tiations fell through. In 1766 he entered into partnership with his assistant John 
Nichols. In 1767 he was appointed to print the Rolls of Parliament and the 
Journals of the House of Lords ; he owed this appointment to the Earl of March- 
mont. He now moved his offices from White Friars to Red Lion Passage, Fleet 
Street, where he styled himself Architectus Verborum and over the door of his 
office placed a bust of Cicero. About this time he sent a present of books to 
Harvard College, and in 1768 received a letter of thanks from the President and 
Fellows. His second wife died 14 January 1771. In 1772 he brought out an 
enlarged edition of his Conjectures on the New Testament, collected from various 
authors, as well in regard to words as pointing: with reasons on which both are 
founded. At the end of the preface to this he gives a homely account of the 
illnesses from which he was then suffering. In 1771 Mr Matthew Roper, F.R.S., 
had printed in the Philosophical Transactions an ' Inquiry into the value of the 
ancient Greek and Roman money ' ; with this Mr Bowyer disagreed, and in 1772 
he issued a pamphlet entitled Remarks occasioned by a late Dissertation on the 
Greek and Roman Money, 4to. In this he criticised the opinions of German and 
French writers; he sent a copy to the library of the French king with a dedication. 
In 1773 he issued three little Tracts with this title : Select Discourses (1) Of the 
correspondence of the Hebrew months with the Julian, from the Latin of Prof. 
Michaelis, (2) Of the Sabbatical Years, from the same, (3) Of the Years of Jubilee, 
from an anonymous writer in 3Iasson's Histoire Critique de la Republique des Lettres. 
In 1774 he corrected a new edition of Schrevelius' Lexicon with the addition of a 
number of words collected in the course of his own reading. His biographer 
Nichols states that Bowyer was in the habit of annotating his classical books, 
and in particular of noting down anything which he thought might illustrate any 
passage of Scripture, especially of the Greek Testament. In 1774 was issued 
The Oi'lgin of Printing, in two essays, (1) The substance of Dr Middleton's dissertation 
on the Origin of Printing in England, (2) Mr Meei-man's account of the Invention of 
the Art at Haarlem and its progress to Mentz, with occasional remarks and an 
appendix. The original idea of this pamphlet was Bowyer's, the completion of it 
Nichols' ; it was very highly praised. In 1777 he issued an edition of Bentley's 
Dissertation on the Epistles of Phalaris, with notes of his own. He had had 
a paralytic attack in the spring of 1776, but he continued his reading and studies 
till shortly before his death on 18 Nov. 1777. By his will he left a number of 
legacies to friends, one of £50 to the University of Cambridge in return for a 
donation of £50 they had made to his father when the printing-office was burned. 
He left legacies to the Stationers' Company to provide pensions for printers and 
compositors. The terms of the latter bequests being rather curious. The will 
is printed in Nichols and in the Biographia Britannica. 

He was buried at Low Leyton in Essex, where there is a monument to the 
memory of himself and his father. There is also a bust of him in the Stationers' 
Hall, with an inscription on a brass plate of his own composing, recording his 
gratitude to those who had helped his father. Portraits of him are given in the 
Quarto edition of the Anecdotes and as the frontispiece to Volume ii of the Literary 
Anecdotes. 

In 1785 John Nichols issued Miscellaneous Tracts by the late William Bowyer, 
and several of his learned friends ; collected and illustrated with additional notes, 
this contains most of his scattered writings. 



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P. 6 no. 80. Boland Johnson graduated from Trinity College, B.A. 1719, M.A.. 
1729. One of these names was instituted Rector of Langefni, in Anglesea, 28 April 
1723 ; his successor was instituted in January 17|§. Roland Johnson (or Johnston) 
was instituted Vicar of Hemel Hempstead, Herts, 19 November 1729, and collated 
to the prebend of Welton Westhale in Lincoln Cathedral 6 October 1737. Both 
pieces of preferment were filled up on his death in 1773 (Hardy's Le Neve, 
ii, 237). 

P. 6 no. 61. John Latham, the father, son of John Latham, of London, gold- 
smith, was admitted to Gonville and Caius College 10 February 166f. He was 
Vicar of Etchingham, Sussex, from 22 November 1678 until his death in 1726. 

John Latham, the younger, was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Ely 4 June 
1721, and Priest by the Bishop of Chichester 23 December 1722. On 12 September 
1724 he had a license from the Archbishop of Canterbury to succeed his father as 
Rector of Etchingham (patron, Lambert Ludlow, esq.). He was instituted 24 Sep- 
tember 1724 and held the living until 1754. 

P. 6 no. 52. Benjamin Conway, son of James Conway of Evenechtyd, co. 
Denbigh, plebeius, matriculated at Oxford from Jesus College 1 April 1704, aged 17. 
He took the B.A. degree at Oxford 22 March 170|, and the M.A. at Cambridge from 
St John's in 1716. He was instituted Vicar of Northop, Flints, 2 July 1717, 
holding the living until 1747. He also became Warden of Christ's Hospital at 
Ruthin 26 April 1720, and this was also vacant in 1747 (Foster, ^Zumrat Oxonienses; 
Carlisle, Endowed Grammar Schools, ii, 944). He was Rector of Flint from 1712 to 
1718 (Taylor, Histonc Notices of Flint, 155, 167). 

P. 6 no. 63. The Rev. J. Ingle Dredge, Rector of Buckland Brewer, Devon, sends 
the following notes : 

1697. Dennis RoUe, Gent., & Arabellath Tucker — mar*", 14 February (Hartland, 
Parish Register); 1698 Samuell, son of Dennis & Arabella RoUe, bapt. 7 February; 
1700 Jane, daughter of Dennis and Arabella RoUe, bapt. 11 October; 1705 Jane, 
daughter of Dennis RoUe, Rect., & Arabella, born Aprill 18th, duty pd., & bapt. 11 
May; 1701 Jane, daughter of Dennis and Arabella RoUe, dyed the 15th day of May 
& was buryed the 18 of the same instant in the Church of Merton ; 1735 Samuel 
RoUe, Rector of Petrockstow, son of Dennis RoUe, Rector of this Parish, and Arabella 
— bur**. 13 May ; 1736 Dennis RoUe, Rector of this Parish one and forty years, was 
bur^. 9 June; 1738 The ReV*. Mr Charles Morgan and Mrs Jane RoUe, Both In- 
habitants of this Parish, were marryed in y" Parish Church of Petrockstow, 18 
April. 

(The above seven entries are from Merton Parish Register.) 

Dennis RoUe, the father, son of Dennis RoUe of Heanton, Devon, esquire, 
matriculated at Oxford, from Exeter CoUege, 24 October 1687. B.A. 1691, M.A. 
1694. He was instituted Rector of Merton 31 January 169f (Foster, Aluvmi 
Oxonienses). 

Samuel RoUe was instituted Rector of Petrockstow, Devon, 3 October 1730, and 
held it untU 1735. 

P. 6 no. 64. John Lodge was ordained Deacon 12 June 1720 by the Bishop of 
Lincoln and licensed to the curacy of Everton, Hunts ; he was ordained Priest by 
the Bishop of Ely 23 September 1721, then stating that he was born in Lancashire 
in the year 1692. 

See the admission of his son P. 97 no. 31. 

P. 6 no. 66. Among Dr Rawlinson's papers in the Bodleian Library are some 
notes by himself of the consecrations of nonjuring bishops and of ordinations held 
by them. Amongst these is the following : 

"Richard Lowthian A.B., of St John's College, in Cambridge, was ordained 
deacon by Mr Spinckes at Grey's Inne, 8 March 1723; preist at the same place by 
the same person 30 March 1725." (Notes and Queries, 3rd Ser. iii, 244.) 

P. 6 no. 66. George Smith was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 by the Archbishop 
of York, and Priest 15 September 1726 by the same Prelate, when he was also 
licensed to the Chapelry of EUand in the Parish of Halifax. 

P. 6 no. 67. Richard Morton was ordained Deacon 14 July 1723 by the Bishop 
of Chichester, and Priest 21 February 172J by the Bishop of Norwich with letters 
dimissory from the Archbishop of Canterbury. On 24 February 172^ he was 
licensed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to be curate to Mr John Bowtell, Rector of 



306 APPENDIX. 

Staplehurst, Kent, with a stipend of £50. He was collated by the Archbishop of 
Canterbury to the Rectory of Newenden, Kent, 28 July 1743, and held the living 
until 1772. He is probably the Richard Morton, M.A., who was appointed surrogate 
to Dr Sympson, commissioner general of Canterbury {Gentleman's Magazine, 1755, 
p. 477). 

P. 6 no. 68. Thomas Pulford was ordained Deacon 19 September 1725, and 
Priest 25 September 1726 by the Bishop of St Asaph. On 6 June 1730 he was 
licensed to the Perpetual Curacy of Harthill, co. Chester, on the nomination of 
Marmaduke AUington and William AUington. 

P. 6 no. 60. Richard Hotchkis was ordained Deacon 13 March 17^? by the 
Bishop of Hereford, and licensed to the curacy of Withington, co. Hereford. He 
was ordained Priest by the Bishop of London 20 November 1720. 

P. 6 no. 61. Robert Styles Launce was ordained Deacon 13 March 17^| by the 
Bishop of London, and Priest 18 December 1726 by the Bishop of Carlisle for the 
Bishop of London. He was instituted Rector of Slindon, Sussex, 25 January 173f , 
on the presentation of Henry Peckliam, esq. of Chichester, and Rector of Binsted, 
Sussex, 5 March 173|. On 2 March 173|, when he is described as chaplain to 
William, Earl of Kilmarnock, he received a dispensation from the Archbishop of 
Canterbury to hold Slindon (valued at £100) with Binsted (valued at £55), the two 
livings being stated to be two miles apart. He held both until his death 10 August 
1764. 

P. 6 no. 62. Robert Rogers was ordained Deacon 23 December 1722 by the 
Bishop of Lincoln, and Priest 18 May 1727 by the Bishop of London. He Was 
instituted Rector of Great Braxted, Essex, 15 March 173|, and Rector of 
Little Oakley, Essex, 4 January 174^. On 1 February 174^, when he is described 
as chaplain to Alexander, Lord Colvill, he received a dispensation from the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury to hold both livings, their respective values being stated 
as £120 and £75, and their distance apart 22 miles. He held both livings until 
1762. 

P. 6 no. 63. Francis Clarke was ordained Deacon 5 March 172? by the Bishop 
of Lincoln, at the instance of the Bishop of Norwich, he was ordained Priest 
20 September 1724 by the Bishop of Norwich, then stating that he was born in the 
Parish of St Martin in the Fields. He was instituted Vicar of Houghton next 
Harpley, Norfolk, 21 September 1724 on the presentation of the king; George 
Jaccomb was instituted Vicar of Houghton 10 November 1724. One Francis Clerks 
was instituted Rector of North Benfleet, Essex, 22 October 1733, his successor was 
appointed in 1734. 

P. 6 no. 64. This John Bidding does not appear in Foster's Alumni Oxonienses. 
He was ordained Deacon 12 June 1720, and Priest 22 December 1723 by the Bishop 
of London. One of these names was instituted Rector of Burnby, Yorks, 31 July 
1735, ceding this on his institution 26 January 174|^ to the Rectory of Keighley. 
This latter living was vacant in 1753. 

P. 7 no. 66. James Bradshaw was ordained Deacon 25 September 1720 and 
licensed to the curacy of Southoe, Hunts, he was ordained Priest 24 December 
1721 and licensed to the curacy of Flamsted, Beds, all by the Bishop of Lincoln. 
He was instituted Vicar of Houghton Regis, Beds, 16 September 1728 and held the 
living until 1739. 

P. 7 no. 2. William Johnson did not graduate. He was ordained Deacon 17 
September 1721 by the Bishop of Carlisle in the Chapel of Rose Castle, being then 
described as of St John's College, Cambridge. 

P. 7 no. 3. James Altham was ordained Deacon 31 May 1724 by the Bishop of 
Winchester and Priest 5 June 1726 by the Bishop of London. He was admitted 
a Fellow of the College 29 March 1726. He was licensed to the curacy of St Bride's 
in the city of London 10 March 172^. He was instituted Rector of Woodford, 
Essex, 29 May 1729, and Vicar of Latton, Essex, 16 April 1730. On 18 March 
17|^> when he is described as Chaplain to Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, he had a 
dispensation to hold Woodford (valued at £180) with Latton (valued at £130), the 
two livings being about 13 miles apart. He ceded Latton in 1758, but held Woodford 
until his death 16 January 1766 (Geutleinun''s Magazine, 1766, p. 47). Welch, 
Alumni Westmonasterienses, 259, 262, identifies this James Altham of St John's with 



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one of these names "born at Epping, the son of a father of the same name," who 
entered Westminster School in 1713 and left in 1716. Two of James Altham's sons, 
James and Thomas, entered at Oxford (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 7 no. 4. Edward Wenyeve was ordained Deacon 1 March 172f by the Bishop 
of London and Priest 19 September 1725 by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was 
admitted a Fellow of the College 16 March 172*. He was instituted Vicar of 
Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire, 5 September 1727, ceding this on his institution 
5 May 1733 to the Rectory of Brettenham, Suffolk. He vacated Brettenham on 
his institution to the Rectory of Chellesworth, Suffolk, 2 April 1739, holding the 
latter living until his death. 

In Brettenham Church there is a memorial with this inscription : Here lieth the 
Body of I Edward Wenyeve, clerk | only son of | George Wenyeve esquire | who 
died July the 24 | 1754 | aged 56 years. | Also of Christian his wife | daughter of 
John Wenyeve esq" | died March 27th 1783 | aet. 83 (Davy, Suffolk Collections, 
Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 19,087). 

P. 7 no. 6. William Sanderson was ordained Priest 6 March 172f by the Bishop 
of Rochester. On 18 August 1726 he was licensed curate of Lamberhurst, Kent, 
with a stipend of £30. 

Francis Sanderson, the father, was probably the person of that name who by a 
commission dated 8 December 1692 was appointed Ensign to Col. Lillingstone's 
Regiment of Foot in the West Indies, he was promoted Lieutenant 20 October 1693, 
and by a commission dated Kensington 30 April 1695 was appointed Lieutenant to 
Captain Jonathan Langley in Col. Francis Russell's Regiment of Foot in Barbados. 
He was placed on half-pay in 1698 (Dalton, English Army Lists and Commission 
Registers, iii, 262 ; iv. 107). 

P. 8 no. 7. In a note to the Hody pedigree given in Hutchins' History of Dorset, 
ii, 233 we read : " In the same church [Wimborne Minster] another John Hody, of 
Middlestreet, Spettisbury, was buried in 1710 ; and Arthur and William, both of 
the same place, the former in 1717, the latter in 1741 ; upon whose death without 
issue, a small but elegant seat which he had built there about 1735, went to his 
brother Edward Hody, of London, M.D., who sold it in 1750 to Admiral Holmes." 
In the Parish Register of Spettisbury, Dorset, there is the following entry: " 1746, 
March 27— Elizabeth, wife of Dr Edward Hody, buried" [ihid. iii, 528). It ap- 
pears probable that this Dr Edward Hody is the member of St John's. Muuk 
(Roll of the Royal College of Physicians, ii, 147) gives tlie following account of 
him. Edward Hody, M.D., was descended from a Devonshire family, the Hodys 
of Netheway in Brixham. He was entered as a medical student at Leyden, 9 
September 1719, being then twenty-one years of age [this corresponds with the age 
of Edward Hody as given in the College Register], and went through a full course 
of medical study there ; but he graduated doctor of medicine at Rheims 9 October 
1723. He was admitted a Fellow of the Royal Society 22 March 173§, and a Licen- 
tiate of the College of Physicians 30 September 1740. Dr Hody was one of the 
physicians to St George's Hospital, and died at his house in Hanover Square, 
1 November 1759. He edited and revised Cases in Midwifery, by Mr Giffard, 
8vo. London, 1734; and was the author of An Attempt to Reconcile all Differences 
between the present Fellows and Licentiates of the Royal College of Physicians of 
London, 8vo. London, 1752. 

P. 8 no. 8. Roland Harwood took the B.A. degree from St John's in 1720, and 
the M.A. from Queens' College, as Roland Harwood Hill in 1724. He dropped the 
Harwood. He was instituted Rector of Forncett, Norfolk, 6 July 1725, ceding 
this on being instituted Rector of Hodnet, Salop, 3 November 1730, and Rector of 
Thornton, co. Chester, 10 October 1730. He held both livings until his death 
10 August (or 11 July) 1733 (Foster's Peerage, Lord Berwick, where the father's 
name is John; Gentleman's Magazine, 1733, p. 438). 

P. 8 no. 9, William Banks was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York, 
15 August 1725 and licensed to the curacy of Thornton, Yorks, with a stipend of 
£30. The same prelate granted him his license to be Master of the Grammar 
School at Skipton, 5 July 1727. In the chancel of the Parish Church of Skipton 
there is a brass with the following inscription : Hie jacet | Gul. Banks A.M. | qui 
Scholae Grammaticae | de Skipton Magister | obiit | Die Decembris 11 | Anno 
Domini 1730 | Aetatis suae 31 { . He is described as M.A., but as a matter of fact 



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he only proceeded to the LL.B. degree in 1724, he is correctly described in the 
Archbishop's register. 

P. 8 no. 10. Gilbert Edward Archer took the degrees of M.B. 1722 and M.D, 
1734. 

P. 8 no. 13. John Newlin, the father, son of Thomas Newlin, of Bix, co. Ox- 
ford, minister, matriculated at Oxford from Corpus Christi College, 22 March 166J, 
aged 15. He took the B.A. degree 4 February 167?^, and the M.A. from New College 
in 1673. He was instituted Kector of Exton, Hants (which explains the ' Axton ' 
of the College Eegister), 21 October 1679 and held the living until 1727 (Foster, 
Alumni Oxonienses, where the admissions of some of his brothers will be found). 

Richard Newlin took the LL.B. degree in 1722. He was ordained Deacon 
19 May 1722 by the Bishop of Peterborough with letters dimissory from the 
Bishop of Winchester. He was instituted Vicar of Empshot, Hants, 18 February 
172f , and Vicar of Rogate, Sussex, 30 November 1764. He held both livings until 
his deatb. On the North wall of the church of Greatham, Hants, there is a monu- 
ment with the following inscription: Near this place are interred the remains of 
the Eev. Richard Newlyn (sic), bachelor of civil law, and vicar of the parishes of 
Rogate and Empshott. As a divine, he adorned his station with undeviating in- 
tegrity and unaffected piety; in social life, with purity of manners. He happily 
connected a propriety of expression with pleasing affability. His actions, the 
result of a considerate mind, exactly corresponded with the justice of his senti- 
ments. He died May 25, 1772, aged 74. In the adjoining grave are deposited the 
remains of Beata, the wife of Richard Newlin (sic), who died the 24 of July 1771, 
aged 69 (Gentleman's Magazine, 1797, i, 298 6). 

P. 8 no. 14. This is probably the John Brownsmith who was instituted Vicar 
of "West Mersey, Essex, 7 March 173^. His successor was instituted 20 April 1733. 

P. 8 no. 15. George Deane was admitted a Fellow of the College 3 April 1723. 
He was ordained Deacon 28 May 1727, and Priest 1 June 1729 by the Bishop of 
Lincoln. On 6 June 1734 he was presented by the College to the Vicarage of 
Aldworth, Berks, and instituted 17 July. He held the living until his death in 
1782. 

P. 8 no. 16. William Farmery or Farmerie was of Magdalene College, B.A. 
1685. He was Vicar of Blyton and Rector of Heapham, co. Lincoln (MSS. Baker, 
xxxviii. 337 ; Le Neve, Mon. Angl. 1656-1718, p. 217). Robert Farmerie of St John's 
took the B.A. degree in 1720. He was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln, when he was licensed to the curacy of Heapham, and Priest 22 December 
1723 by the Archbishop of York. He was instituted Rector of Heapham, 17 February 
172f and Rector of Broxholme 1 August 1739, both co. Lincoln. On 14 July 1739, 
when he is described as chaplain to John, Lord Monson, he received a dispensation 
from the Archbishop of Canterbury to hold both livings, then stated to be of the 
respective values of £35 and £80 and to be 7 miles apart. Both livings were vacant 
in 1766. He was also licensed (by the Bishop of Lincoln) to the curacy of Stow, 
CO. Lincoln, 4 September 1730. 

P. 8 no. 17. Richard Walburge, the father, was baptized at All Saints', Stamford, 
12 June 1664. He married at Uifington, Lincolnshire, Elizabeth Curtis, 25 April 
1688; took up the freedom of the borough 14 December 1682 and was elected a 
capital burgess, or Common Councilman, 6 March 1688. He was churchwarden of 
the parish of St Michael, 169f, Chamberlain, 169|. He was elected an Alderman 
6 March 169f , when the claims of some eight capital burgesses were passed over. 
This probably caused some friction as Walburge and another paid the regulation 
fine and resigned their seats 31 August 1694. I have no note as to the date of his 
death or burial. His father. Alderman Symon Walburge, Mayor 1645-6, was buried 
at St Martin's, Stamford Baron, 24 August 1664. (His widow Margaret was also 
buried there 10 March lf|§). He is stated in a monumental inscription, which 
existed in that church in 1785, but is not now there, to have been descended from 
an ancient Oxfordshire family, but the late Mr W. H. Turner, of Oxford, in answer 
to a letter of inquiry from me failed to find any corroborative evidence of this. 

Simon, son of Mr Richard Walburge and Elizabeth his wife, was baptized at 
All Saints', Stamford, 20 October 1699. He entered Rugby School in 1713, being 
described as the eldest son of his father [Rugby School Register). He took the 
degree of M.B. in 1722. He married Mrs Elizabeth Curtis in the Beadhouse (i.e. 



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Browne's Hospital) Chapel in Stamford, 172|. He had a daughter Elizabeth bap- 
tized at St Martin's, Stamford Baron, 19 February 174f. Simon Walburge was 
buried at Barholm, Lincolnshire, 19 August 1734. His widow married (as his 
first wife) at Little Casterton, Rutland, 10 March 1734, the Rev. Michael Tyson, 
clerk of Ufford, Northamptonshire. She died before 1765, as on 31 December in 
that year Mr Tyson married secondly at CoUyweston, Northamptonshire, Mrs 
Elizabeth Lucas of that parish (Mr Justin Simpson). John Walburge, gent., of 
St Dunstan-in-the-East, bachelor, 23, and Elizabeth Tovey (? Toney) of All Hallows, 
Barking, widow, 28, were licensed to marry at St Mary at Hill, London, 26 October 
1644 (J. Foster, London Marriage Licenses). 

Simon Walburge, of St Nicholas Cole Abbey, citizen and soap maker of London, 
bachelor, about 24, and Hannah Anthony of St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London, 
spinster, about 20, with the consent of her parents were licensed to marry at 
St James', Clerkenwell, 21 August 1690, and there married 28 August {Allegations 
for Marriage Licences issued by the Vicar-General of the Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Harl. Soc. Publ. Register Section xxxi. 152). 

P. 9 no. 20. Horace Fawcett was instituted Vicar of Moulton St Mary, Norfolk, 
15 July 1723. He was instituted Rector of Watlington 6 August 1726 (then ceding 
Moulton) and Rector of Scoulton 15 February 175^, both co. Norfolk. Both these 
livings were vacant towards the end of 1764. His name appears as a subscriber to 
Spencer's De Legibus Hebr. 1727. 

P. 9 no. 21. George Beanlands was ordained Deacon 5 March 172 J and Priest 
4 June 1721 by the Archbishop of York. 

He became Master of Keighley Grammar School. An old MS. belonging to the 
school records that "Mr George Beanlands, of this Parish and Sedbergh Scholar" 
laid one of the corner-stones of the new school building. He died in 1721 {Sedbergh 
School Register, 121). 

P. 9 no. 22. Thomas Richardson was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721, and Priest 
20 September 1724, and was licensed to the curacy of Skirbeck, co. Lincoln, next 
day, all by the Bishop of Lincoln. 

P. 9 no. 23. William Challenour took the B.A. degree as Chaloner in 1720. 
He was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 (as Challoner) by the Bishop of Lincoln and 
licensed to the curacy of Stanground, Hunts, 5 June, he was ordained Priest 
10 March 172^ by the Bishop of Peterborough, being curate of Lutton, Northampton- 
shire. He was instituted Vicar of Doddington, Northamptonshire, 23 March 172f, 
and held the living until 1779. 

P. 9 no. 24. See the admission of an elder brother, Part ii, P. 196 no. 11. 
Roger Callow, the father, was instituted Rector of Warbleton 1 December 1699, 
holding the living until 1732. William Callow was a Smythe Exhibitioner of Ton- 
bridge School. He was admitted a Fellow of the College 3 April 1723. He was 
ordained Deacon by the Bishop of London 30 September 1724. He was buried at 
Warbleton 29 August 1726, as "Mr W™ Callow, Master of Arts and ffellow of 
St John's College, Cambridge" (Warbleton Parish Register). 

P. 9 no. 26. William Wilson was admitted a Fellow of the College 13 March 
173^. He was ordained Deacon 22 December 1723 ('e Coll. div. Joh. Bapt. Cant'), 
and Priest 6 February 172f by the Bishop of London. He was instituted Rector of 
Flempton cum Hargrave, Suffolk, 17 June 1730. In the Chancel of Flempton 
Church there is a freestone with the following inscription: — Sacred to the Memory 
of I The Rev*. William Wilson A.M. | late Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge | 
He died y* 6th August 1768 | in the 70th year of his age. | Also in memory of Ann, 
relict I of the Rev. William Wilson | She died y* 15th Nov'. 1768 | in the 66th year 
of her age | and of William Wilson their son (surgeon) | who died 15 June 1759 | in 
the 26th year of his age (Davy, Suffolk Collections, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 19,107). 

P. 9 no. 26. Anthony Hanson was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York 
4 June 1721 and Priest by the Bishop of Ely 19 May 1722. 

P. 9 no. 27. Richard Brome was ordained Deacon 10 March 172^ (with the 
title of the curacy of St Nicholas, Guildford, Surrey), he was ordained Priest 20 
December 1724, and licensed curate to Archdeacon Eachard, Rector of Sudbourne 
with Orford, Suffolk, all by the Bishop of Norwich. He was instituted Rector of 
Nedging 22 May 1729 and Rector of Baylham 11 December 1735, both in Su£folk. 
He held both livings until 1768. See the admission of his son P. 143 no. 24. 



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P. 9 no. 28. Edward Bainbridge was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of 
York 23 September 1722. He was instituted Vicar of Hampsthwaite, Yorks, 
9 August 1738 and held the living until 1771. He was also on 26 August 1768 
licensed by the Bishop of Durham to the Chapel of St Helen's, Auckland, in the 
parish of St Andrew's, Auckland, and County of Durham. See an account of some 
of his descendants : Waters, The Chesters of Chicheley, 728. William Ironside 
was licensed by the Bishop of Durham to the curacy of St Helen's, Auckland, 22 Sep- 
tember 1780 on the death of Edward Bainbridge. 

P. 9 no. 29. George Lynch took the degree of M.B. in 1722 and that of M.D. in 
1727. He married in March 172f Mary, only daughter of Eobert Bowler of Kipple. 
He died 3 November 1765, his wife died 9 February 1776 (Berry, Pedigrees of 
Families in the County of Kent, 282; see also Hasted, History of Kent, iv, 133). 

P. 9 no. 30. William Knowler was the third son of Gilbert Knowler, of Stroud 
House, at Heme in Kent. He was baptized 9 May 1699. He was ordained Deacon 
23 September 1722 by the Bishop of Norwich and became curate of St Mary Magda- 
lene and St George, Loudon, he was ordained Prie-st by the Archbishop of York 
9 June 1723. He was chaplain to Thomas, Earl of Malton, afterwards the first 
Marquis of Rockingham, who presented him to the Rectory of Irthlingborough, 
Northamptonshire, to which he was instituted 21 September 1726. He was 
instituted Vicar of Hutton Bushell, Yorks, 7 May 1736, shortly afterwards ceding 
Irthlingborough. The Marquis of Rockingham presented him to the Rectory of 
Boddington, Northamptonshire, to which he was instituted 24 April 1740, then 
ceding Hutton Bushell. He was buried at Boddington 26 January 1774, aged 75. 
His widow Mary died 11 November 1790, aged 72. He was the editor of The Letters 
and Dispatches of the Earl of Strafford, 1739, 2 vols. fol. In 1766 he prepared for 
the press an English translation of Chrysostom's Gomvient. on St PauVs Epistle to 
the Galatians, which was never published (Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, ii, 129 — 
30; Baker, History of Northamptonshire, i, 482, 483). 

P. 10 no. 31. Leonard Vowe, the father (son of Thomas, of Hallatou, co. Leicester, 
gent. ) was of Lincoln College, Oxford, matriculating 10 October 1682 at the age 
of 18 (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). Leonard Vowe of Hallaton, co. Leicester, esq., 
widower, age 33, and Mrs Martha Butler, of Great Preston, co. Northampton, 
spinster, 25, daughter of Mr Richard Butler, who consents, were licensed to marry 
at Great Preston or... 18 September 1697 (Foster, Loudon Marriage Licenses). This 
family who bore or, on a bend between two cottizes gules, three mullets of six 
points argent, pierced of the field, were long seated at Hallaton, co. Leicester. 
Thomas Vowe, son of Leonard Vowe, of Hallaton, matriculated from Lincoln 
College, Oxford, 15 June 1721, aged 18. B.C.L. 1728 (Foster, Alunifii Oxonienses). 
John Vowe did not graduate at Cambridge, he died in 1720 (Nichols, Histoi-y of 
Leicestershire, ii, 602). 

P. 10 no. 32. Charles Randell Covert, third son of Nicholas Covert, of Chichester, 
CO. Sussex, gentleman, was admitted a student of the Middle Temple 8 November 
1698. 

'Ranulphus ' Covert, son of Nicholas Covert, of Chichester, gentleman, matricu- 
lated at Oxford from Merton College, 6 November 1703, aged 19. He subscribed 
his Christian name as 'Carolus' (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

Thomas Heame in his Remarks and Collections, ii, 22, 120, 121 (Oxford Historical 
Society's Publications), has the following with regard to him. 

"23 June 1707. Mr Covert a Commoner of Hart Hall having been denied his 
Degree of Bach. 3 times, this day the i-eason was given to the Congregation, viz. That 
he had asserted that King Charles 1st was laiofully beheaded, which was attested 
before a Publick Notary by Mr Luffingham and Mr Deering of y* same House. 
Some Exceptions were mad« to y^ Evidence by Dr Bouchier, and something else 
propos'd for mollifying the Matter; but Mr Stevens of All-Souls standing up and 
making a handsome speech showing j' he had asserted the same Doctrine several 
times, that he was a loose person &c. The reason was approv'd as sufficient by 
far y« greatest part of the Members of Congregation. 

" 10 July 1708. Mr Covert of Hart Hall, who was deny'd his Degree of Bach, of 
Arts last year for a great Crime, stood again this Act for y" same Degree, and having 
been deny'd three times, the reasons wer given vnto y' Vice-Chanc. and wer 
yesterday read in Congregation, and are viz. 1. That he had not done Juraments. 
2. That he had not been resident ever since his Denyal in y'= University. 3, That 



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he said if he had reak'd [raked] and whor'd as others in y' University do he should 
not have been deny'd his Degree. This last was principally insisted on and was 
approv'd as sufficient. This young Gentleman after his Denyal last year got two 
Parsonages." 

Mr Covert was ordained Deacon 19 February 170|^ by the Bishop of Peterborough 
and Priest 26 July 1708 by the Bishop of Chichester. He was instituted vicar of 
North Mundham 28 May 1709 and Vicar of Hunston 30 July 1708, both livings 
being in Sussex. He held both until his death in 1759. He took the LL.B, degree 
at Cambridge, from St John's, in 1718. 

There appears to have been some difficulty, probably owing to his political 
views, with regard to his ecclesiastical preferment. He was instituted Vicar of 
North Mundham no less than nine times, viz. 28 May 1709, 13 June 1711, 23 July 
1712 (his name being then given as Randulph), 15 July 1713, 17 August 1714, 16 
February 171f, 1-1 February 171f, 13 February 171^, 11 August 1719 (his name on 
these occasions being given as Charles Randulph). While he was instituted Vicar 
of Hunston, ten times, viz. 30 July 1708, 30 July 1710, 13 December 1711, 21 
January 171|, 14 January 171J, 19 August 1715, 20 August 1716, 13 August 1717, 
12 August 1718, 11 February 17^. On 8 February 17^§ he received a dispensation 
from the Archbishop of Canterbury to hold North Mundham with Hunston. He 
was buried at North Mundham 6 June 1759. 

P. 10 no. 34. Thomas Fairfax was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 and Priest 
9 June 1723 by the Bishop of London. He was instituted Vicar of Great Canfield, 
Essex, 11 June 1723, ceding this on his institution 26 January 173J to the Eectory 
of Little Easton, Essex; the latter living he held until 1744. 

P. 10 no. 36. Thomas Jackson was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 and Priest 
15 September 1726 by the Archbishop of York. On the latter occasion he was 
licensed to the curacy of Rise, Yorks, with a stipend of £30 a year. He was 
instituted Rector of Kirkby Nidderdale, Yorks, 18 January 17|^, and Vicar of 
Preston with Hedon, Yorks, 20 November 1744. On 5 November 1744, when he is 
described as chaplain to William, Earl of Bath, he received a dispensation from 
the Archbishop of Canterbury to hold these two livings valued at £150 and £50 
respectively and stated to be 25 miles apart. He held both until his death in 
1755. 

It will be observed that there was an earlier Thomas Jackson, P. 4 no. 38, who, 
being a Yorkshireman, might be supposed to be the man likely to be beneficed in 
Yorkshire; he took the B.A. in 1719 but did not proceed to the M.A. degree. 

The Thomas Jackson whose preferments are given above is described in the 
Archbishops' Registers as M.A. of St John's College, Cambridge, and Thomas 
Jackson admitted 17 May 1717 proceeded B.A. 1720 and M.A. 1744. 

P. 10 no. 37. Robert Hart did not graduate. 

Rawson Hart, son and heir of Theophilus Hart, late of Tumby Woodside, co. 
Lincoln, esquire, deceased, was admitted a student of Gray's Inn 14 October 1675 
(Foster, Gray's Inn Admission Register, 322). On 11 July 1682 Rawson Hart, of 
Berkwood, co. Lincoln, esquire, bachelor, 25, was licensed to marry Arabella 
Haselrigge of the town of Northampton, spinster, 22, at her own disposal, at 
St Peter in Northampton, or Harlsdon, or Gogenhoe, co, Northampton (Foster, 
London Marriage Licenses). 

P. 10 no. 39. John Hare was admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 10 Sep- 
tember 1714. He was born 3 June 1698 (Robinson, Merchant Taylors' School 
Register, ii, 40). One of these names took the B.A. degree from Emmanuel College 
in 1720. 

P. 10 no. 41. Edward Beresford was admitted a Fellow of the College 16 March 
172f . He was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of Ely 10 June 1727. He was insti- 
tuted Rector of Tarporley, Cheshire, 6 July 1732. He died 4 May 1752, aged 54 
(Ormerod, History of Cheshire, ii, 233). 

Cole has the following note on him in his account of the Rectors of Tarporley 
(MSS. Cole XXXV, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5836, p. 179). Edward Beresford, B.D. 
and Fellow of St John's College in Cambridge, succeeded on Mr Markham's death 
and held his Fellowship with his Living to his death, which was occasioned by an 
Apoplexy in his Parsonage House at Tarporley, and was buried in his Chancel 
there on the steps of the altar, under a handsome black slab 11 May 1752, aged 



312 APPENDIX. 

about 54. He had been most cruelly troubled with the gout for many years and 
for the last ten years of his life was a perfect cripple and quite helpless and 
wholly confined to his chamber. He was a very hospitable and humane man and 
much beloved by his parishioners, and dying a bachelor his effects went between 
his brothers and sister, who is the wife of Mr Egerton, Rector of Chedle, and son 
of Sir ... Egerton; one of his brothers lives near Derby, on an estate of his own. 
Cole, vol. xxix, Addl. MSS. 5830 fol. 19a, gives the inscription on his monument 
as follows: — Here lie the Remains | of | Edward Beresford B.D. | Sen' Fellow of 
St John's College in Cambridge | And | Rector of this Parish xx years | He de- 
parted this life May iv | a.d. mdcclii | m,. liv. | . 

P. 10 no. 42. Richard Kirke was ordained Deacon 4 June 1721 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln and licensed to the curacy of Weston with the chapelry of Wickham, 
CO. Lincoln. One of these names was instituted Rector of South Reston, co. 
Lincoln, 2 June 1729 and Rector of South Thoresby, co. Lincoln, 21 February 
17f|, both livings were vacant in 1731. 

P. 10 no. 43. Miles Archer was admitted a Fellow of the College 13 March 
172J. He was ordained Deacon 25 September 1726, and Priest 2S May 1727 by 
the Bishop of Lincoln. He was Junior Proctor 1730-1. On 22 July 1743 he was 
presented by the College to the Rectory of Great Warley, Essex, and instituted 
1 August. He held the benefice until his death in 1758. 

P. 10 no. 44. George Lowe took the degree of LL.B. in 1722. One of these 
names was instituted Vicar of Lullington, co. Derby, 20 June 1726 and held the 
living until 1765. 

P. 11 no. 45. Chester Perne took the B.A. degree in 1720 and the M.A. in 1724 
from St John's. He seems to have removed from St John's to Catharine Hall, his 
name appearing of that College in 1727 when he subscribed to Spencer's De Leg. 
Hebr. Cole (MSS. Cole vii, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5808, fol. 43) has a list " of 
the present Justices of the Peace for the County of Cambridge, Anno Domini 
1740" where he has the following : "The worshipful Chester Perne esq. Justice of 
the Peace for the County of Cambridge :— Mr Perne was formerly of St Catharine's 
Hall and A.M. He practised some time as a proctor in the Vice-Chancellor's Court. 
He afterwards wholly lived at Abington, where he owned a marriage with one 
Elizabeth Berry, a milliner of Cambridge, after or some little time before her death, 
which happened at Little Abington, where she lies buried. North and South under 
the Altar. He was reckoned a very good Justice of the Peace, but none of the 
genteelest in his practice. He had been likewise treasurer for the County, but 
for some suspicions insinuated by one of the gentlemen (Mr Greaves) he afterwards 
appointed one of his executors, to his disadvantage, he was displaced. He was 
also one of the Conservators of the River Cam. He was a very facetious and 
cheerful companion, but one whose word was not entirely to be relied upon ; and 
had a turn for poetry, especially the satirical, where he spared not his nearest 
relations, nay not even himself. He left no children, but his two brothers John, 
beneficed in Wiltshire at Gillingham and Prebendary of Sarum (P. 41 no. 82), and 
Andrew, Rector of Abington by Shingey in Cambridgeshire and Norton in Suffolk, 
have both of them issue, whom he made his heirs and not his brothers. And Miss 
Western of Abington Magna and Mr Greaves of Fulbourne his executors and 
trustees for them. He died of a mortification in his foot, March 1753." Cole 
gives a pedigree of the Perne family, copied from a MS. Visitation of Cambridge- 
shire in Caius College Library, MSS. Cole xi, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5812, fol. 
116 b. This includes John Perne the father of Chester, but does not come lower. 
Cole also (MSS. Cole xxi, Addl. MSS. 5822, fol. 216 a) gives the following extract 
from the Parish Register of Little Abington : " 1742, Elizabeth, the wife of Chester 
Pern, Esq. was buried Sept. 13." Chester Perne was Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and 
Huntingdonshire 24 December 1740 to 31 December 1741. 

P. 11 no. 47. The 'Act Book' of the Archbishop of Canterbury has the following 
entry : 

To the Most Reverend Father in God, William by Divine Providence Lord 
Archbishop of Canterbury, His Grace, Primate of All England and Metropolitan. 
The Humble Petition of Francis FitzEdwards A.M. of St John's College in 
Cambridge 
Sheweth 

That he hath attained the age of twenty-four years and upwards, and hath 



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taken the Degree of Master of Arts in the University of Cambridge, and hath 
endeavoured to qualify himself for Holy Orders; That he is informed, that 
being not bom in Lawfull Wedlock, he cannot be admitted to Holy Orders 
without your Grace's Dispensation. 

May it therefore please your Grace to grant him your dispensation, whereby 
he may be enabled and qualified for the said Holy Orders, as if he had been 
legally born in lawfull wedlock. 
And he shall ever pray &c. 
14 March 172|. Fiat Dispensatio prout petitur. W. Cant. 
Francis FitzEdwards was ordained Deacon 16 March 172|^ by the Bishop of 
Peterborough and Priest 22 September 1728 by the Bishop of London, when he was 
licensed to the curacy of Finchley, Middlesex. He was instituted Rector of Bishops 
Cleeve with Stoke Orchard, co. Gloucester, 9 April 1737, and held the living until 
1753 or 1754. 

P. 11 no. 48. Eobert Smith or Smyth was B.A. 1720, M.A. 1724. He was 
ordained Deacon 23 September 1722 by the Bishop of Peterborough, his title being 
that of domestic chaplain to Sir John Leveson Gower, bart. He was instituted 
Eector of Woodstone, Hunts, 5 May 1730 and held the living until his death. It 
was his regular custom to bathe almost every morning in the river near Peter- 
borough bridge ; and in the pursuit of this practice he lost his life 15 September 
1761. He came out of the water apparently well, but died a few minutes after- 
wards, in the shop of a friend at Peterborough ; and was buried in Woodstone 
churchyard with this epitaph: "In memory of the Eev. Robert Smyth | thirty- 
three years rector of this parish, | a sincere honest man and a good christian. | His 
utmost endeavours were, | to benefit mankind, and relieve the poor, | He was a 
laborious and correct Antiquary; | he died the 15th of September 1761, aged 62 
years." 

Robert Smyth was admitted a member of the Gentleman's Society at Spalding, 
12 March 1726. He made great manuscript collections. He had prepared large 
collections for the history of sheriffs throughout England, to which Maurice 
Johnson, the founder of the Spalding Society, prefixed an introduction, on the 
dignity, use and authority of these officers. This is supposed to have been de- 
stroyed, with many other of his papers, by an illiterate brother. He had also 
made collections for Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire and other counties. 
He does not seem to have printed anything. (For a list of these collections see 
Nichols' Literary Anecdotes, v, 48, 49; and for further details regarding them, 
Fenland Notes and Queries, ii, 67, 68, 108.) Cole in his notes on Edmund Carter 
and his History of the University of Cambridge writes as follows (MSS. Cole, Brit. 
Mus. Addl. MSS. 5886) : " he was greatly assisted by Mr Robert Smyth, Rector of 
Woodstone, near Peterborough, who furnished him very plentifully ^vith other 
materials, had the poor man known how to put them together. ... Mr Robert Smyth 
had been of St John's College, was an indefatigable antiquary, had made collections 
for an history of the Sheriffs throughout England, and though I had no personal 
acquaintance with him, had corresponded with him several times. But because 
I had not answered one of his long letters soon enough, he was affronted, and 
spoke ill of me to Dr Naylor, of Cherry Orton, his neighbour, who told me of 
it, BO our correspondence dropt. I was told he was of a waspish, choleric dis- 
position. In one of his letters to Mr Carter, he tells him that he was formerly 
of St John's College, under the tuition of the present Master, Dr Newcome. 
Carter sent the whole budget of his correspondence with Mr Smyth to Mr Masters, 
of Bene't College (who might also possibly be one of his assistants) to peruse, at 
whose chambers I saw them. In one of the said letters of Mr Smyth, dated Dec. 
11, 1750 talking of his own lists of Sheriffs, he writes thus: ' Mr Cole, who I hear, 
assists you, may do a good deal more on this head.' But this was an utter mistake 
for on Mr Carter's first and only application to me to further him in his design, 
I gave him a peremptory refusal and was the only time I ever spoke to him, that 
I know of, in my life, not chusing to be any ways concerned in a work which I was 
well assured could do no credit to the subject it treated of or to the persons who 
should contribute to the ushering it into the world." 

P. 11 no. 49. John Radcliff, the father, was admitted to this College 2 January 
168| Cl'art ii, P. 112 no. 8). He was a Minor Canon of Westminster Abbey (Chester, 
Westminster Abbey Registers, 287). 

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314 APPENDIX. 

William Eadcliff did not graduate. One of these names was instituted Bector 
of Riugsfield with Little Redisham, Suffolk, 2 July 1737 and held the living until 
1755. One William Ratcliff was instituted Rector of Dinnington, Yorks, 17 
September 1728, the living was filled up again in 1738. 

P. 11 no. 60. John Robinson did not graduate. He was ordained Deacon 5 March 
172^ and Priest 22 September 172.S by the Archbishop of York. On each occasion 
he is described as Alumnus of St John's College, Cambridge. > 

P. 11 no. 61. A pedigree of the Chester family will be found in Berry's Pedigrees 
of Hertfordshire Families, 82, and in Cussans' History of Hertfordshire, Hundred of 
Broadwater 7. The latter includes Edward Chester, the former does not. Edward 
Chester seems to have possessed several estates in the county, some of which he sold. 
His wife Margaret died 21 March 173|^ aged 36, and was buried at Royston. 

P. 11 no. 53. Richard Daniel was admitted to Colchester School 27 March 1707. 
His father is there described as an ajjothecary (pharmocopola). He took the degree 
of M.B. in 1723. He practised for many years as a physician in Colchester and 
died in 1772 aged 72. He is buried in St Martin's Church, Colchester, where there 
is a monument to his memory. He married Mary Blatch {Gentleman's Magazine, 
1772, May, p. 246 ; Round, Register of the Scholars admitted to Colchester School, 78). 

P. 11 no. 54. See the admission of Thomas Gibbon, the father. Part ii, P. 100, 
no. 15. 

Williams Gibbon was ordained Deacon 31 May 1724 by the Bishop of Norwich 
and licensed curate to Dr Rowland Simpson, Rector of Gaywood, he was ordained 
Priest by the Bishop of London 19 December 1725. He was instituted Rector of 
Dufton, CO. Westmorland, 11 November 1730, ceding this on his institution to the 
Vicarage of St Dunstan's in the West, City of London, 3 November 1736, holding 
this until his death 22 January' 17of. He was buried in the east vault in the 
Church of St Dunstan's. He was also Preacher of Bridewell (Hennessey, Novum 
Repertorium, 138 ; I believe the name there given for the Rector of St Dunstan's, 
viz. William Gibson, to be a mistake). 

P. 11 no. 55. David Standish, the elder, was of Emmanuel College (B.A. 1686, 
M.A. 1690). He was instituted Rector of Woodstone, Hunts, 12 October 1702, 
holding the living until his death in 1720 [Fenland Notes and Queries, ii, 315). 

David Standish, the younger, was ordained Deacon 24 December 1721 by the 
Bishop of Lincoln, at the instance of the Bishop of Peterborough. The Bishop of 
Peterborough granted him his license to be Master of the free Grammar School in 
Peterborough on some date between 9 July and 24 August 1722, the subscription 
in the Bishop's Register not being dated. The Bishop of Peterborough ordained 
him Priest 23 September 1722, he being then a Minor Canon of Peterborough, 
and on 20 July 1723 licensed him to the Chapel of Eye, Northamptonshire. A 
writer in Fenland Notes and Queries assumes that the Schoolmaster and Minor 
Canon was the elder David Standish, but the dates of the entries in the Bishop's 
Register shew this to be impossible. 

In the church of Elton, Northamptonshire, were two monuments (now con- 
cealed) with the following inscriptions ; Here lyeth the Body | of Carolina daughter | 
of the Reverend Mr David Standish, Minister | of St Paul's in South Carolina in 
America she | Died October the xxi'* | 1727 | Aged 8 Months. 

Here lyeth y» Body of | Elizabeth Richardson Standish | daughter of y* Re- 
verend I David Standish late Rector | of St Paul's Stonoe in South | Carolina in 
America by | Elizabeth his wife | she died May y« ...th 1731 | Aged 2 years | Read 
this and weep but not for me | Lament thy longer misery | My life was short my 
grief y^ les | Blame not my hast to happyness. 

It may be that the father of these children was the member of St John's (ibid., 
ii, 314). 

P. 11 no. 56. William Forster, the father, was of Emmanuel College, B.A. 1686, 
M.A. 1690. He was instituted 26 September 1700, to the Vicarage of St Martin's, 
Stamford Baron, and instituted 14 December 1708 to the Rectory of St Clement 
Danes, London, on the presentation of John Cecil, sixth Earl of Exeter. Thomas 
Blount, William Forster's successor at St Clement Danes, was instituted 6 February 
17^. Two of Mr Forster's letters, one dated Stamford, 12 May 1702, to the Rev. 
Thomas Tanner, D.D., the other undated, to Mr John Stevens, are printed at the 
end of Peck's Academia Tertia Angllcana, 1727. (Mr Justin Simpson.) 



APPENDIX. 315 

P. 12 no. 57. Martin Sharp was instituted Vicar of Great Thurlow 7 April 
1715 and Rector of Barnardiston 7 May 1733, both in Suffolk. He held both 
livings until 1760. 

P. 12 no. 1. William Bedford was ordained Deacon 10 March 172f , when he 
was licensed to the curacy of Willen, Bucks, and Priest 31 May 1724 by the 
Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Eector of Yelden 26 January 173f and 
Rector of Shelton 15 March 173|, both in Bedfordshire. On 4 March 1734, when 
he is described as Chaplain to Charles, Duke of Marlborough, he received a dis- 
pensation to hold both livings, then stated to be of the respective values of £200 
and £100, and to be about one mile apai't. He ceded Shelton on his institution 
9 June 1746 to the Rectory of St John's in Bedford, with the Mastership of the 
Hospital of St John annexed. He received a dispensation dated 20 February 174f 
to hold this (stated to be worth £130) with Yelden. On a black marble slab in 
St John's Church in Bedford is this inscription : Here rest the remains of | William 
Bedford A.M. | late Rector of Yelden in this County | and Rector and Master of 
this Church and Hospital ] who departed this life | May 30, 1754, in the 55th year | 
of his age (MSS. Cole xxxi, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 3832, pp. 90 and 87). It will 
be observed that he is described as M.A. on his tombstone, and he is so also 
described in the 'Act Book' of the Archbishop of Canterbury, but he does not so 
appear in the printed Graduati Cantabrigieiises, it seems probable that he was 
B.A. 1721, M.A. 1725, and that the M.D. degree assigned to him belongs to William 
Bedford, P. 32, no. 28. The dates favour this view. 

P. 12 no. 3. See the admission of an elder brother Part ii, P. 169, no. 5; see 
also Nichols' Literary Anecdotes, v, 530-2, where there are some notes on the 
family. 

Thomas Warburton was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722 by the Bishop of Peter- 
borough, and licensed to the curacy of Oakham. 

P. 12 no. 4. This is probably the Henry Rowe who held the following prefer- 
ments in Pembrokeshire: instituted Vicar of Stackpole Elidor and Rector of 
Hodgeston 21 July 1724; Rector of St Petrox 6 September 1728, then ceding 
Hodgeston ; sinecure Rector of Stackpole Elidor 18 August 1749; Rector of Burton 
17 July 1765, then ceding the Vicarage of Stackpole Elidor. He was appointed 
a Cursal Canon of St David's 10 July 1735 and was collated to the prebend of 
St Nicholas Penfoyst in St David's Cathedral 11 May 1752. He held his prebend 
with the rectories of St Petrox, Stackpole Elidor and Burton till the end of 1779 
or beginning of 1780. 

P. 12 no. 5. This James Bonwick was brother to Ambrose Bon wick (Part ii, 
P. 199 no. 3) and Philip Bonwick (ibid. P. 204 no. 33). He died in January 
1724, without graduating. He appointed William Bowyer, the printer (P. 5 no. 
49) his executor. His will, with some details relating to it, is printed in Nichols, 
Literai-y Anecdotes, i, 313-320, see also 223; Mayor, Life of Ambrose Bonwick, 
138-145. 

P. 12 no. 6. The father was of St John's (admitted 28 February 168§ as 
Richard Willys) B.A. 1686, M.A. 1690. 

Richard Willis, the son, was ordained Deacon 18 February, and Priest (at a 
Special Ordination) 25 February 172^ by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted 
Eector of Normanby on the Wold, co. Lincoln, 27 February 172^, on the presenta- 
tion of the Hon. Thomas Wentworth. He was instituted Vicar of Corringham 
26 September 1741, vacating this in 1773, and Rector of Benington 23 December 
1763, both in Lincolnshire. He died at Corringham, near Gainsborough, 16 December 
1781 (Cambridge Chronicle, 22 December 1781). 

P. 12 no. 7. John Harrison was ordained Deacon 22 December 1722 and Priest 
20 December 1724 by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Rector of the 
South Mediety of Stoke, co. Lincoln, 22 December 1724, and Rector of East 
Terrington (or Torrington) with Wragby, co. Lincoln, 26 June 1734. On 21 June 
1735, when he is described as Chaplain to Margaret, Countess Coningsby, he had a 
dispensation to hold both benefices, their values being stated as £60 and £140 
respectively and their distance apart 29 miles. He seems to have held them 
until 1786. 

p. 12 no. 8. Stephen Sutton was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of York 
20 May 1722. He became curate of Whixley in the West Riding of Yorkshire. 

21—2 



3 1 6 APPENDIX. 

P. 12 no. 9. Kichard Nairn was admitted a Fellow of the College 24 March 
172f . He was ordained Deacon 18 February 172^ and Priest 20 December 1724 by 
the Bishop of London. He was collated Vicar of Westfield, Sussex, 14 April 1725, 
by the Bishop of Chichester caritatis intuitu, holding this living until 1740. He 
was instituted Eector of All Saints, Hastings, 9 November 1726 on the presentation 
of Sir Thomas Webster, bart., and held the living until 1729. The same gentleman 
presented him to the Vicarage and Deanery of Battle, Sussex, where he was in- 
stituted 26 March 1731. He was instituted Eector of Ewhurst, Sussex, 4 November 
1740, which he held with Battle until his death in the early part of 1760 (Side- 
botham. Memorials of the King's School, Canterbury, 51, 58). On 2 November 
1726, when he is described as Chaplain to John, Earl of Winehilsea, he received 
a dispensation to hold Westfield with All Saints, then stated to be of the value of 
£80 and £30 respectively. He received a like dispensation to hold Westfield with 
Battle (£150) on 24 March 173f , when he is described as Chaplain to Ann, Duchess 
Dowager Cleveland. 

His eldest daughter married Sir Whistler Webster, bart., of Battle Abbey, son 
of Sir Thomas, mentioned above. Sir Whistler died in 1766 without issue 
(Burke's Peerage) ; Lady Webster died 24 December 1810, at Battle Abbey, aged 82 
{Cambridge Chronicle, 28 December 1810). See the admission of his son, P. 135 
no. 29. 

P. 13 no. 11. Benjamin Bichardson was ordained Deacon 11 February and 
Priest 17 March 172| by the Bishop of Chichester. On 20 March 172| he was 
licensed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to be curate to John Lynch, Eector of 
Sundridge, Kent, with a stipend of £40. On 27 September 1728 he was presented 
to his Grace's option of the Vicarage of Cowfold, Sussex, and instituted 3 October 
1728. He was instituted Eector of Edburton in the same county 30 October 1735, 
and held both livings until his death in 1754. 

P. 13 no. 13. William Eouth was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722, and Priest 
19 September 1725, when he was also licensed to the curacy of Monk Friston, 
all by the Archbishop of York. 

P. 13 no. 14. George Davies was admitted a Fellow of the College 16 March 
1724, his fellowship was filled up again in March 1748. He was ordained Priest 
by the Bishop of Lincoln 4 June 1732. He was instituted Eector of Starston, 
Norfolk, 12 February 174^, and held the living until his death in 1768 {Cambridge 
Chronicle, 5 November 1768). 

P. 13 no. 15. Nicholas Barry was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln and licensed to the curacy of Shelton, Beds. 

P. 13 no. 16. Thomas Dowbiggin was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722 and Priest 
9 June 1723 by the Archbishop of York. He was licensed to the curacy of Hutton 
Cranswick with the curacy of Slierne and the Chapelry of Watton, Yorks, 9 
November 1726. He was instituted Vicar of Hutton Cranswick 20 February 171^^, 
and held the living until 1767. See the admission of his son, P. 145 no. 11. 

P. 13 no. 17. Brownlow Cecil was baptized at St Martin's, Stamford Baron, 
4 August 1701. He was M.P. for Stamford, 1722. He succeeded his brother John 
(who died unmarried 9 April 1722) as eighth Earl of Exeter and ninth Baron 
Burghley. He was Eecorder of Stamford; Keeper of the Westhay Walk in the 
Bailiwick of Cliffe, Eockingham forest ; Lord High Almoner of England for the 
Coronation of King George II, 11 October 1727; Deputy-Lieutenant, co. Lincoln, 

3 March 1744. He married 18 July 1724 Hannah Sophia, daughter and heir of 
Thomas Chambers, esq. of Derby. He died 3 November 1754, and was buried in 
St Martin's (Doyle, Official Baronage of England, i, 721). 

P. 13 no. 18. William Cecil was baptized at St Martin's, Stamford Baron, 

4 August 1702. He died 19 July 1727, s.p., and was buried at St Martin's, 30 July. 
He was admitted a student of the Inner Temple 12 February 171|^. 

P. 13 no. 20. Thomas Warren was instituted Vicar of Chattisham, Suffolk, 
4 May 1726, and held the living until his death. He lies buried in the nave of 
his church under a stone which has the following inscription : Fui | Thomas 
Warren A.M. ab anno 1725 | ad annum 1770 hujus Parochiae Pastor | saltern 
fidelis I Nee vitiis nee virtutibus (ita spero quidem) | omnino carui | sed qualis fui, 
si quis percontatur malevolus | ab Lare suo incipiat | et suprema dies | ovibus que 
segregat hircos | quum coram apud Christi Tribunal conferemus | aperte indicabit | 



appendix; 317 

Quo die Ens Entium (Tria in uno) miserere j animae meae Amen | Obiit Apr. 8, 
1770, aetatis suae 61. 

His wife survived him, and is buried under a table monument in the north 
side of the Church of Burwell in Cambridgeshire, which is thus inscribed : Sacred 
to the memory of | Sarah Warren relict of the late | Rev. Thomas Warren, Vicar | 
of Chattisham in Suffolk | who died Dec'. 4th 1815, aged 91. 

Thomas Warren published : The Duties of Prince and People reciprocal. A 
sermon preached at St Edmund's Bury, before the Lord Chief Justice Willes and 
Mr Justice Fortescue at the Assizes held there for the County of Suffolk, Aug. 30, 
1740. Published at the request of the High Sheriff and Grand Juries. Ipswich, 
1740, W. Craighton, 8°; pp. 30, price 6d. Dedicated to Edmund Jenney, esquire, 
High Sheriff and to the Gentlemen of the Grand Juries, all these named (Davy, 
Athenae Suffolcienses, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 19,166). 

P. 13 no. 21. Thomas Stroother was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722 and Priest 
22 September 1723 by the Archbishop of York. He became curate of Armley, 
Leeds, and died 25 April 1761 (Whitaker, History of Leeds, i, 100). 

P. 14 no. 22. Joseph Branston was ordained Deacon 23 September 1722 and 
licensed to the curacy of Ormsby, co. Lincoln, by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was 
instituted Vicar of Thorpe St Peter, co. Lincoln, 21 September 1724, aud held the 
living until 1754. 

P. 14 no. 23. Robert Fogg was ordained Deacon 28 July 1723 and Priest 20 
June 1725 by the Bishop of Chester. He was licensed to be Curate of St Peter's 
in the city of Chester 20 August 1730. He became a Minor Canon of Chester 
Cathedral, and was presented by the Dean and Chapter to the Rectory of Handley, 
CO. Chester, and instituted 18 July 1733. He held the Uving until his death in 
1735. 

P. 14 no. 24. John Fogg was admitted a Fellow of the College 24 March 172|. 
He was ordained Deacon 19 September 1725 and Priest 5 June 1726 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln. He was Senior Bursar of the College from 20 February 173f to 28 
February 174^. He was instituted Rector of Haselbury Bryan, Dorset, 15 Sep- 
tember 1729, and Rector of Spofforth, Yorks, 22 December 1747, then ceding Hasel- 
bury Bryan. He was collated a Prebendary of Bipon 5 March 17|§, and to the 
Prebend of Bole in York Cathedral 20 May 1756. He held these three latter pieces 
of preferment until his death. He died on Wednesday 20 April 1774 at his house 
in York (Cambridge Chronicle, 30 April 1774; Hardy's Le Neve, iii, 175). 

Cole in his collections for an Athenae Cantabrigienses has the following note on 
him. "A cheerful, jolly, sporting companion, who loved his Bottle, though not to 
excess, and his friend. Very ingenious and much esteemed in the University in my 
time and with whom I had frequent intercourse, as he used to attend our College 
Parlour, and other meetings where I used to be. His father, I think, was a Dean 
or Dignitary in Cheshire, and he beneficed in the north" (Brit. Mus. Addl. 
MSS. 5869). 

P. 14 no. 26. Thomas Ince was ordained Deacon 28 July 1723 and Priest 20 June 
1725 by the Bishop of Chester. He became a Minor Canon of Chester Cathedral. 
He was instituted Rector of Handley, co. Chester, 27 December 1735, on the presen- 
tation of the Dean and Chapter and held the living until his death 5 April 1766, 
aged 66. There is a monument to his memory in the south aisle of Chester 
Cathedral [Ormerod, History of Cheshire (ed. Helsby), i, 294]. 

P. 14 no. 26. This is probably the Goodricke Ingram who graduated from Trinity 
College, B.A. 1721, M.A. 1725, and was a Fellow of that College. 

P. 14 no. 27. Arthur Cayley was ordained Deacon 19 September 1725 and Priest 
17 September 1727. He was admitted to serve the Chapelries of Fyliny, Eskdale- 
side and Ugglebarnby in the parish of Whitby by the Archbishop of York 19 June 
1734. He was instituted Vicar of Brompton, Yorks, 16 July 1728 on the presenta- 
tion of his cousin Sir George Cayley, bart. He ceded this on his institution 13 
December 1735 to the Rectory of Cowlam, Yorks, on the presentation of Charles 
Barnard of West Heslerton, and ceded Cowlam on his institution 3 October 1757 to 
the Rectory of Easington in Cleveland, this he held until 1761, He married 
8 February 174f at Trinity, Micklegate, York, Elizabeth Dickinson of Whitby 
(Foster, Yorkshire Pedigrees, Cayley of Brompton). 



318 APPENDIX. 

P. 14 no. 28. Charles Elsley, son of William Elsley, of Kyther, co. York, clerk, 
was admitted a student of Gray's Inn 10 July 1718 (Foster, Gray's Inn Admission 
Register). 

See the admission of his father, Part ii, P. 115 no. 20. 

P. 14 no. 30. William Charnley was ordained Deacon 24 May 1719 by the 
Bishop of London, and Priest 4 June 17"21 by the Archbishop of York. He was 
licensed curate of Broughton, in the parish of Preston, co. Lancaster, 4 September 
1721 by the Bishop of Chester. He was instituted Vicar of Brayton, Yorks, 27 
October 1727, he was also Vicar of Selby, holding both preferments until his death 
9 April 1748 (Gentleman's Magazine, 1748, p. 187, where he is called "an ingenious 
epigrammati st ") . 

P. 14 no. 31. The name should be Danson, by which name William Danson 
graduated B.A. 1722, M.A, 1728. He was ordained Deacon 20 May 1722, and 
licensed next day to the curacy of Willoughton, co. Lincoln, by the Bishop of 
Lincoln; he was ordained Priest by the Archbishop of York 22 December 1723. 
He was instituted Vicar of Billesby, co. Lincoln, 21 July 1727, and held the living 
until 1747. 

P. 15 no. 33. John Phillips was ordained Deacon 20 December 1724 and became 
curate of Fordliam, co. Cambridge, he was ordained Priest 25 September 1726 and 
was licensed to the curacy of Downham, Norfolk, all by the Bishop of Norwich. 
He was instituted Rector of Mulbarton with Kenningham, Norfolk, 15 February 
172|, and held the living until his death in 1737. 

P. 15 no. 34. Samuel Prime, second son of Thomas Prime, late of Bury St Ed- 
mund's, Suffolk, grocer, deceased, was admitted a student of the Middle Temple 
20 January 17^f, and was called to the Bar 27 November 1724. He* became 
Serjeant-at-Law 4 June 1736 and King's Serjeant in 1745. On the 8th November 
1745 the Judges and Bar presented an address to the King on the suppression of 
the Rebellion of that year, Serjeant Prime was one of two who obtained the honour 
of knighthood on November 23. Sir Samuel Prime married 23 August 1748 
Hannah, daughter of E. Wilmot, Esquire, of Banstead, Surrey, and widow of John 
Sheppard of Ash Hall, Suffolk. He died 24 February 1777, aged 76. He had for 
some time previously ceased to practise. When Sir Samuel Prime retired from the 
Bar, Lord Thurlow used to say, "I drove Serjeant Prime from the Bar without 
intending it. I happened to be walking up and down Westminster Hall with him, 
while Dr Florence Hensey was on his trial in the King's Bench for High Treason. 
Sergeant Prime was at that time the King's Prime (or first) Serjeant. As usual he 
had precedence over all lawyers in the King's service. But the Ministers of that 
day, wishing to pay court to Sir Fletcher Norton, though he had at that time no 
other rank than King's Counsel, entrusted the trial to him. I happened to make 
this remark to Serjeant Prime: 'It is a little singular. Sir, that I should be 
walking up and down Westminster Hall with the King's Prime Serjeant while 
a trial at Bar for high treason is going on in that Court.' The expression struck 
him ; he felt the affront put on him ; he went the next morning, resigned his office, 
and retired from the profession." 

Although the Gentleman's Magazine, 1777, p. 96a, describes him as " the 
Si,r Fletcher Norton of his time," he is stated to have been a dull, wearisome ad- 
vocate. One specimen of his argument has been preserved. Speaking upon one 
occasion he first extolled his own witnesses, and then hastened to depreciate those 
of his adversary. Having called attention to his 'gentlemen of repute,' "What!" 
said he, " is the enemy's battle array? 

"Two butchers and a taylor. 
Three hackney coachmen and a corn-cutter. 

But in the rear of the column. 
An Alderman of London solus." 
(Woolrych, Lives of Eminent Serjeants at Law, ii, 551-561, there are many mis- 
takes in this life; Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, viii, 553.) 

William Cole in his collections for an Athenae Cantabrig lenses has the following 
rambling statement (Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5878, fol. 776, or p. 86) on Prime: 

"Born at Bury, son of a Tallow-chandler, educated at St John's College, where 
he had a brother also. An excellent lawyer, but very haughty and stately. He 
flung up his Profession in disgust that Lord Camden was put over his head ; and 
marrying the Widow Shepheard of Suffolk with a jointure of £1500 per annum, and 



APPENDIX. 319 

very young, being the daughter of Mr Wilmot of Banstead, an heiress of £20,000, 
he bought the house of the late Sir Godfrey Kneller at Whitton in Twittenham 
Parish, of 8 rooms on a floor and 40 acres of land about it. Sir Godfrey and 
Sir James Thornhill had painted the salon and staircase &c. in their best manner. 
He was a very handsome, tall man, but so immensely proud that it was disgustful 
to everyone. I remember the Recorder Pont, who was as proud, so most folks say, 
that on the circuits none dare take the liberty of calling in upon him in his Chamber, 
without giving previous notice. His pride however was much mortified at Bury 
Assembly one evening, where the ladies were complaining of the inconvenience of 
the smell and dripping of tallow candles. And made a motion to Serjeant Prime 
to request of the company if an additional sixpence a piece would be agreeable in 
order to have wax tapers. The Serjeant undertook the office and went round the 
room, and coming to a Mrs Craske, an old, peevish maiden lady, who bore him no 
good will, he acquainted her with the proposal. She said fhe had no exception to 
the additional expense, as it was agreeable to the company, otherwise it was a matter 
of indifference to her, for having lived next door to his father, who used to poison 
them with the smell of tallow when they made their candles, the smell was become 
familiar to her, and she added that she thought it must have made the same 
impression upon himself. The Serjeant died at Whitten 24 February 1777, aged 76, 
and was buried in the Temple Church, where his son, lately of St John's College, 
but now married and has two children, means to erect a monument to him. He left 
his Lady the interest of £30,000 and his son £70,000. 

"Mr Walpole in his Anecdotes of Painting in England, Vol. iii, p. 123, edit. 2, 
1765, at Strawsberry Hill (given to me by the Hon. Author, as was the former 
edition), expressly says that Sir Godfrey Kneller, being displeased with Sir James 
Thornhill, whom he had intended should paint the staircase at Whitton, employed 
Laguerre, so that Dr E win's story is so far deticieut." 

See the admission of Sir Samuel Prime's son, P. 172 no. 13. 

P. 16 no. 36. Robert Ascham was ordained Deacon (as Askham) by the Bishop 
of Lincoln 24 September 1727 and was licensed next day to the curacy of LiLley, 
Herts, he was ordained Priest by the Bishop of Peterborough 16 March Vi2^ and 
licensed to the curacy of Newton with Geddington, Northamptonshire. 

Dingley Askham (the father) was Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire 
from 31 December 1741 to 16 December 1742. 

P. 18 no. 36. Thomas Leyland was ordained Priest by the Bishop of Ely 
20 February 172^, with letters dimissory from the Bishop of Chichester. He then 
stated that he was born in the county of Lancaster in the year 1700. He was 
instituted Vicar of West Dean, Sussex, 14 February 172^ and Rector of Singleton 
in the same county 24 September 1743. He held both livings until his death 
2 October 1763 ; he was buried at West Dean. 

P. 18 no. 38. Samuel Sidebottom, son of Samuel Sidebottom, of Oldham, co. 
Lancaster, gentleman, matriculated at Oxford from Brasenose College 22 June 1709, 
aged 19, he prodbeded to the B.A. degree 4 February 171§ and took the M.A. degree 
at Cambridge from St John's in 1718. He was instituted Rector of Middleton, 
Lancashire, 26 March 1714 on the presentation of Queen Anne {F o&ter. Alumni 
Oxonienses). He held the living until his death 22 May 1752. He married Mary, 
daughter of Alexander Radcliffe, of Foxdenton. She died in 1784 ; they left issue, 
Radclyffe Sidebottom, of Sutton Common, Chiswick, Middlesex, and a daughter, 
Frances, who married 11 August 1772 her cousin Robert RadclifE of Foxdenton 
(Baines, History of Lancashire, ed. Croston, ii, 404). 

P. IB no. 39. Richard Peake, son of Richard Peake, of London, pleheius, ma- 
triculated at Oxford from Queen's College 10 April 1712, aged 17. He proceeded to 
the degree of B.A. in 1715 and took the M.A. degree at Cambridge from St John's. 
He w^as curate of Hammersmith (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses, Rawlinson vi, 60). 

P. 16 no. 40. John Dewhurst was buried 21 November 1718 {Parish Register of 
All Saints, Cambridge). 

P. 16 no. 41. Michael Burton, the father, of Holmesfield and Wirksworth, 
CO. Derby, was admitted a student of Gray's Inn 25 May 1691, he migrated to the 
Inner Temple 9 July 1701, and was called to the Bar in Trinity Term 1702. He 
married Mary, one of the three daughters and coheirs of Henry Wigley of WigwaU. 
Michael Burton became a Justice of the Peace for the county of Derby 1702, 



320 APPENDIX. 

Deputy Lieutenant in 1711. He died 28 December 1719, and was buried at 
St Martin-in-the-Fields, London. John Burton, the son, was born at Wigwall 
22 April 1699. He was admitted a student of the Inner Temple 2 February 171f , 
and was called to the Bar 29 June 1734. On 16 June 1723 he married Ann, 
daughter of Joseph Eogers, of Cowley in Dronfield. She died 9 February 1757 and 
was buried at Dronfield (Hunter, Familiae Minoruvi Gentium, Harleian Soc. Publ. 
xxxvii, 340, where there is a pedigree). 

P. 16 no. 42. Michael Burton was baptized at Wirksworth 27 February 1700 
(Glover, History of Derbyshire, ii, 289). He was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop 
of York 22 September 1723, and Priest by the Bishop of Ely 18 December 1726. 
He was licensed to the curacy of Little Shelford 19 December 1726. He became 
a Fellow of the College under somewhat peculiar circumstances. He was a candi- 
date for a Fellowship on the Beresford Foundation appropriated to Founder's kin or 
to a native of Derbyshire. The contest for the Fellowship lay between Michael 
Burton and Samuel Pegge (q-v.). Mr Burton had the stronger claim, being in- 
dubitably related to the Founder, but upon examination was declared to be so very 
deficient in literature, that his superior right, as Founder's kin, was set aside, on 
account of the insufficiency of his learning, and Samuel Pegge was elected and 
admitted Fellow 21 March 172f . In consequence of this disappointment Burton 
was obliged to take new ground to enable hiiy to procure an establishment in the 
world, and therefore artfully applied to the College for a testimonial, that he 
might receive Orders and undertake some cure in the vicinity of Cambridge. 
Being ordained, he turned the circumstance into a manoeuvre and took an un- 
expected advantage of it, by appealing to Dr Thomas Greene, Bishop of Ely, as 
Visitor of the College, representing that, as the College had by the testimonial 
thought him qualified for ordination, it could not, in justice, deem him unworthy 
of becoming a Fellow of the Society upon such forcible claims as Founder's kin, 
and also as a native of Derbyshire. These were irresistible pleas on the part of 
Burton, and the Visitor ejected Pegge, declaring his election void, and ordered 
Burton to be admitted. This was done under protest and under threat of depriva- 
tion, but saving the right of the Crown, by William Edmundson, President of the 
College, on 6 September 1727 (Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, vi, 226, 227 ; History of 
St John's College, 304). The proceedings in this appeal of Burton v. Pegge with 
47 foolscap pages of Beresford Pedigrees from the College of Arms and copies of 
Monumental Inscriptions and other records are preserved among the Episcopal 
Eecords at Ely [Ely Episcopal Records, 62). 

One Michael Burton was instituted Vicar of Hathersage, co. Derby, 30 July 1728, 
and held the living until 1739. This was probably the member of St John's. But 
Dr Burton resided in Cambridge, for he was appointed Sacrist of the College 
24 February 173|, holding this until February 174*. He was appointed Vicar of 
St Clement's, Cambridge, in 1741 (Gentleman's Magazine, 1741, p. 666). He was 
also appointed by the College to be parochial Chaplain of Horningsey, co. Cam- 
bridge, 10 July 1741, holding this until 1754. He was appointed President of the 
College 18 February 174f , holding this until 1753. During the 'same period he 
was also Bakehouse Bursar. He was presented by the College 12 June 1749 to the 
Bectory of Barrow, Suffolk. But, as under the will of the donor of the advowson, 
the College had to present the ' Senior Divine then Fellow of the College,' Dr John 
Eutherforth (q.v.) appealed to the Visitor on the ground that while Burton was 
senior to him as Fellow he was junior to him in standing from the D.D. Degree 
(Burton was B.A. 1721, D.D. 1749 ; Eutherforth B.A. 1729, D.D. 1745). The Bishop 
of Ely took this view and decided in favour of Eutherforth. So that Burton's 
presentation was cancelled. Burton was presented by the College to the Eectory 
of Staplehurst, Kent, 16 January 1752 and instituted 24 February, holding the 
living until his death. The Parish Register of Staplehurst contains the following 
entries : 

"InRei Memoriam. July 10th 1756 Michael Burton, Dr in Divinity and Eector 
" of Staplehurst, was married at St Clement Danes, London, to Mrs Ann Hicks, 
" Daughter of Sir Henry Hickes, Baronet, late of Chigwell in the County of 
"Essex." 

" March 8th, 1759. The Eev. Dr Burton, Eector of Staplehurst, was buried in 
" the Chancel, south side, by the stone coffin. He died on the third day of March 
" exactly at half-an-hour past six in the morning." 

See also Harl. Soc. Publ. xxxvii, 341, where there is a pedigree. 



APPENDIX. 321 

P. 16 no. 43. Major Best was instituted Rector of Wolverdington, Warwickshire, 
26 April 1734, holding the living until 1754. In 1743 his name appears as a sub- 
scriber to Richardson's Godwin, when he is described as Master of St Olave's School, 
Southwark. 

On 16 April 1697 John Best, the father, described as of St Mary, Woolnoth, 
bachelor, 29, was licensed to marry Mrs Sara Stanton, of St Olave, Southwark, 
Surrey, with the consent of her father. Major Stanton, at Redderiflf (Rotherhithe) 
or... (Foster, London Marriage Licenses). 

P. 16 no. 44. John Holbrooke was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of London 
18 December 1720. 

P. 16 no. 1. One Patrick Chaworth was returned as M.P. for East Retford 
26 March 1722. This is probably the Patrick Chaworth of St John's. The father 
appears to have been dead in 1720; see the admission of two other sons, P. 23 nos. 
28 and 29 and the note on Pole Chaworth. 

P. 16 no. 2. Charles Steer was a brother of William Steer (admitted 14 April 
1701 ; Part ii, P. 157 no. 2). He was the sixth and youngest son of his parents, 
baptized 23 February 169|. He was ordained Deacon 9 June 1723, and Priest 
4 June 1732 by the Archbishop of York. He was presented by his brother William 
to the Vicarage or Chapelry of Braidfield in 1723, resigning this in 1741 for the 
Rectory of Haudsworth, both county York. He married Mary Bacon of Bradfield at 
Ecclestield 9 December 1725. He died 2 February 1752, aged 54. There is a 
monument to his memory in the south side of the chancel of Handsworth Church 
(Eastwood, History of the Parish of Ecclesfield, 236, 462, 524 ; Manchester School 
Register, i, 50 ; Hunter, Familiae Minorum Gentium, Harleian Soc. Publ. xxxviii, 8, 
19, where there is a pedigree). 

P. 16 no. 3. Thomas Boughton and Mary Goodyer, married 4 July 1700. Thomas, 
son of Mr Thomas Boughton, baptized 8 January 1704 (King's Cliffe Parish Register). 
The family name is found in the parish registers very early (Mr Justin Simpson). 
Thomas Boughton did not graduate. 

P. 16 no. 4. One John Burnaby of Kensington, Middlesex, widower, was licensed 
7 May 1700 to marry Clara Wood, of St James's, Westminster, spinster, about 29, 
and at her own disposal, at St Margaret, Westminster. 

John Burnaby of St Giles-in-the-Fields, gentleman, widower, about 26, was on 
16 May 1673 licensed to marry Mary Stonell, of Camberwell, Surrey, spinster, about 
26, and at her own disposal, at St James's, Duke's Place, London, or Camberwell 
(Foster, London Marriage Licenses). These may refer to John Burnaby, the 
father. 

P. 16 no. 6. George Husey was admitted a Fellow of the College 3 April 1723. 
He was ordained Deacon 22 December 1723 by the Bishop of Oxford, and Priest 
20 September 1724 by the Bishop of Peterborough, when he was licensed to the 
curacy of Stanwick, Northamptonshire. He was elected by the College to the 
sinecure Rectory of Aberdaron, Carnarvonshire, 22 June 1737, his presentation 
being dated 12 July, he was instituted by the Archbishop of Canterbury 2 August. 
He was presented by Charles Seymour, Duke of Somerset, Baron Seymour of 
Trowbridge, to the Rectory of Trowbridge, Wilts, and instituted 25 May 1730 
(Phillipps, Institutiones Clericorum in Comitatu Wiltoniae, ii, 62). In the church of 
Seend, Wiltshire, is a monument with this inscription; "Near this Marble are 
interred the remains of George Husey, B.D., Formerly Fellow of St John's College 
in Cambridge, Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Somerset &c.. Rector of Trow- 
bridge in Wilts, where he died ye 14th of July 1741 in ye 40th year of his age. 
Also of George Husey, his only son. Who having attained to the age of 19 died 
June 6th 1758, Having merited the Esteem of all that knew him. By a Temper 
and Deportment Truly Afifable and Humane, He died unacquainted with a Foe, and 
much lamented by all his Friends. Mary Husey, the inconsolable Widow, caused 
this Monument to be erected in the year 1756, to preserve amongst others the 
Memory of a most affectionate Husband and a very dutiful Son. Near this place 
lyeth the Body of Mary, wife of the Rev"* George Husey, only daughter of John 
Houlton, Esq. and Mary his wife." 

Arms : Argent, 3 barrulets Gules. Crest : A demi-man drinking out of a pitcher 
(Genealogist, iii, 319). 

The Parish Register of Gorfe Mullen, Dorset, contains the following entry 



322 APPENDIX. 

among the baptisms: l^ff February, 1 'Gorge son of Robard Husey' (Rev. C. H. 
Mayo, Vicar of Long Burton, Sherborne). 

P. 17 no. 6. Thomas, son of Thomas Beadles, grocer, and Jane his wife, was 
baptized in St Paul's Church, Bedford, 8 October 1699. Thomas Beadles, the 
elder, married Jane Wales in the same church, 20 November 1698 (Blaydes, Genea- 
logia Bedfordiensis, 39). One Thomas Beadles was instituted Vicar of Thurleigh, 
Beds, 5 September 1734, and held the living until 1748. 

P. 17 no. 8. Henry Robinson was ordained Deacon 14 July 1723 and Priest 
20 September 1724 by the Bishop of Norwich, on the latter occasion he was licensed 
as curate to Mr Jenkin at Tilney. He was probably the Henry Robinson who 
held the following benefices, all in Norfolk. Instituted Vicar of Wiggenhall, 
St Germans 16 March 172|, Vicar of Wiggenhall, St Peter 17 November 1729, 
Vicar of Terrington 1 April 1740 (he then ceded Wiggenhall, St Peter), and 
Rector of Watlington, 31 January 1765. He held the two last named with Wig- 
genhall St Germans until 1767. 

P. 17 no. 9. Michael Nickins was admitted a Fellow of the College 3 April 1723, 
his Fellowship was filled up in March 173|. He was ordained Deacon 19 September 
1725 and Priest 25 September 1726 by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was presented 
by the College to the Vicarage of Higham, Kent, 23 March 173^ and instituted 

15 April 1732. He held the living until his death in 1738. 

P. 17 no. 10. John Wright was son of Richard Wright of Louth, by Sarah, 
daughter of John Ely of Utterby, co. Lincoln. He was ordained Deacon 9 June 
1723 by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Rector of Grainsby, co. Lincoln, 
2 November 1726, and was buried there 11 February 1784, aged 83 (Rev. A. R. 
Maddison). 

P. 17 no. 11. William Howdell was ordained Deacon 23 September 1722 by 
the Archbishop of York, and Priest 19 September 1725 by the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, in Croydon Chapel. On 20 September 1725 the Archbishop of 
Canterbury licensed him to be curate to Dr Balthasar Regis, Rector of Adisham, 
Kent. He was instituted Rector of Bircholt, Kent, 30 September 1731 (Patron, the 
King, by lapse), and Vicar of Leysdown, or Leesdown, in the Isle of Sheppey, 

12 March 173|. He appears to have resigned Leysdown almost at once but to 
have held Bircholt until 1743. See the admissions of his sons, P. 106 no. 35 
and P. 115 no. 18. 

P. 17 no. 12. George Kenyon, the father, was a member of the College. See 
Part ii, P. 82 no. 30. Roger Kenyon, son and heir of George Kenyon, of Salford, 
CO. Lancaster, esquire, was admitted a student of the Middle Temple 21 April 1719. 
He died while at College, and was buried 4 June 1721 (Parish Register of All 
Saints, Cambridge). 

P. 17 no. 13. George Kenyon, second son of George Kenyon, of Salford. co. 
Lancaster, esquire, was admitted a student of the Middle Temple, 21 April 1719, 
and was called to the Bar 20 May 1726. He was admitted a Fellow of the College 

16 March 172f . He succeeded his father at Peale. He married Peregriua, younger 
daughter and coheiress of Robert Eddowes of Gredington, co. Flint, and Eagle 
Hall, CO. Chester. He died 28 December 1780 leaving issue (Croston's edition of 
Baines' History of Lancashire, iii, 148). George Kenyon incorporated as M.A. at 
Oxford 13 June 1750 (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 17 no. 14. Pedigrees of the Riccard family are given in Hunter's Deanery of 
Doncaster, i, 176 and in Tlie Genealogist, iii, 352, but neither pedigree includes 
John Peter Riccard. 

P. 17 no. 16. John Hope, the father, was a member of the College (Part ii, 
P. 86 no. 29). William Hope took the degree of M.B. in 1724 and M.D. in 1728. 
He was born 23 October 1701 and died 1 February 1776, he was buried in St Alk- 
mund's Church, Derby. He married at Rushall, co. Stafford, 13 October 1729, 
Jane, only daughter of Edward Perry, of Bilston, co. Stafford. She was born 

13 March 170f and died 2 May 1779 (Glover, History of Derbyshire, ii, 564, where 
there is a pedigree). Their son Charles Hope was admitted a member of the 
College 25 June 1750 (Part iii, P. 132 no. 24). 

P. 17 no. 16. Robert Butterwood was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of London 
21 February 172|^ and Priest by the Archbishop of York 15 September 1726 and 



APPENDIX. 323 

licensed to a curacy in the parish church of Rossington, Yorks. He was instituted 
Rector of Claxby with Normanby, co. Lincoln, 21 December 1734, and Vicar of 
Claxby in the same county 29 May 1740. 

P. 17 no. 17. Thomas Piggott, gentleman, son and heir of Robert Piggott of 
the City of Chester, gentleman, was admitted a student of the Inner Temple 
6 February 172^. 

P. 17 no. 18. Thomas 'Cooke' graduated B.A. as Coke in 1722. His father, 
Thomas Coke, was a Fellow of the College (see his admission. Part ii, P. 45 no. 30), 
he signed as Thomas Coke on admission to his Fellowship. He married 1 September 
1698 Sarah, daughter and heir of William Wiliett of Derby, and died at Allestree 
26 May 1699, aged 44. Thomas Coke the younger was bom 30 July 1699 after the 
death of his father, his mother also died when he was young. He was admitted 
a student of Lincoln's Inn 24 October 1724 when he is described as " of Stapen- 
hill, near Burton-on-Trent, generosus." He was called to the Bar 30 April 1730. 
He married 2 March 1736 at All Saints, Derby, Matilda, daughter and heir of 
Thomas Goodwin of Derby, barrister-at-law. In 1768 he was one of the Trustees 
appointed by Act of Parliament for the sale of part of the Nun's Green, Derby, 
and for applying the money for the improvement of the remainder of the said 
Green. On a pillar in the chancel of All Saints Church, Derby, there is a monu- 
ment with the following inscription: " In a vault near this pillar are deposited the 
remains of Thomas Coke, Esq., and Matilda his wife. He departed this life on the 
15th of November 1776, aged 76; she on the first of August 1777, aged 71. They 
lived together man and wife more than 40 years (in times not abounding with such 
instances) in perfect harmony and affection, and in the evening of their days, 
when this world could afford nothing to them but what is inseparably the lot of 
humanity in so advanced a period, infirmities, they followed each other to a better 
and more perfect state: where they will receive the reward of their virtues. They 
left one son and three daughters. Out of filial gratitude and from a sincere respect, 
this monument was erected to their memory by their only son Daniel Parker 
Coke." 

Daniel Parker Coke, the son who erected the monument, was of Queen's and 
All Souls Colleges, Oxford. He was M.P. for Derby and Nottingham, and was a 
man of some eminence. He died 8 December 1825 (Major J. T. Coke, Coke of 
Trusley, a Family History, 31, 32, where there are pedigrees; Foster, Alumni 
Oxonienses). 

P. 18 no. 19. Robert Brage, son and heir of William Brage of Hatfield Peverell, 
Essex, esquire, was admitted a student of Gray's Inn 23 May 1717. He was called 
to the Bar 26 November 1724 and became a Bencher 27 May 1742. He married a 
daughter of Thomas Davy and granddaughter of Sir Samuel Tryon, bart. He 
died H.p. 1759. 

William Brage, the father, son and heir apparent of Francis Brage of the City 
of Norwich, gentleman, was admitted a student of Gray's Inn 10 May 1680. He 
was of Hatfield Peverell on the death of his father. See the admission of another 
son, P. 55 no. 5 (Foster, Collectanea Genealogica, ii. Register of Admissions to 
Gray's Inn, 94). 

P. 18 no. 20. Thomas Peke, the father, married Elizabeth, eldest daughter of 
Anthony Ball of Bruxley. Thomas Peke died in 1701, aged 29. His widow 
married Robert Minehard and died in 1751 (Berry, Pedigrees of Families in the 
County of Kent, 351). Edward Peke, only son of Thomas Peke of Hills Court 
near Sandwich, Kent, esquire, deceased, was admitted a student of the Middle 
Temple 24 November 1720. He died in 1753 without issue. 

P. 18 no. 21. William Bowes took the B.A. degree in 1722, One of these 
names held the following preferments in Lincolnshire : instituted Rector of Tothill 
28 August 1725; Rector of Muckton 18 March 17 Jg and Rector of Scrivelsby 21 
August 1731. He ceded Muckton on his institution to Scrivelsby, which he held 
with Tothill until 1751. 

P. 18 no. 22. George Goodday, son and heir of George Goodday of Fornham 
All Saints, Suffolk, esquire, was admitted a student of the Middle Temple 30 May 
1719. George Goodday of Fornham was High Sheriff of Suffolk from 16 January 
1761 to 14 January 1762. 



324 APPENDIX. 

P. 18 no. 23. The name of this person seems to have been spelled as Tumor as 
well as Turner. He graduated as Tumor, B.A. 1723, M.A. 1729. He was ordained 
Deacon 5 March 172f and licensed to the curacy of Ufford, Northamptonshire, 
by the Bishop of Peterborough. He subscribes as Turnor, stating that he was 
bom in Middlesex. He is probably the Thomas Turner who was ordained Priest 
25 July 1728 by the Bishop of London. He had been curate of Walkern, Herts. 
He was instituted Vicar of St Nicholas in Newcastle-on-Tyne 27 July 1728 and 
inducted 2 August following. He came in by option, having been presented by 
the Executors of Sir William Dawes, Archbishop of York. He died 1 June 1760, 
aged 56, and was buried in the chancel of St Nicholas' Church. There was a 
portrait of him in the possession of Mr Thomas Gaul, wine-merchant in Newcastle, 
who married his niece. He married Martha, daughter of Frauds Winuington of 
Broadway, co. Worcester; she survived her husband and was buried in St Nicholas' 
Church 22 September 1771, aged 74. Thomas Turnor published a Sermon preached 
before the Sons of the Clergy in St Nicholas' Church 6 September 1731 [on James 
i. 27], dedicated to the Bishop of Durham and printed at Newcastle ; also a Sermon 
preached at the same church 18 December 1745, being the Public Fast, on the text 
of St Matthew, ' Moreover when ye fast be not as the hypocrites' (Brand, History 
of Newcastle, i, 310). Thomas Turnor, the elder, was probably the person of that 
name, son and heir of Bernard Turnor of Little Court, co. Herts, deceased, who 
was admitted a student of the Middle Temple 25 February 169f, and was called to 
the Bar 26 May 1704. 

P. 18 no. 24. This is probably the Richard Eussell who was ordained Priest 
by the Bishop of Hereford 11 September 1726. He was instituted Rector of 
St Devereux, co. Hereford, 19 May 1733. He apparently held the living until 
1771. 

P. 18 no. 27. Martin Annesley was the son of Francis Annesley, who entered 
St John's on the next day (Nichols, Literary Illustratiojis, iv, 407). He was or- 
dained Deacon 5 June (when he was licensed to the curacy of Boothby, co. Lincoln) 
and Priest 10 July 1726, all by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Vicar of 
Bucklebury, Berks, 13 July 1726, holding this until 1747 ; and Rector of Frilsham 
or Fridlesham in the same county 20 May 1730. On 13 May 1730, when he is 
described as Chaplain to Montague, Earl of Abingdon, he received a dispensation 
from the Archbishop of Canterbury to hold Bucklebury (valued at £120) with 
Frilsham (valued at £60), the two livings being contiguous. He was collated to 
the Prebend of Alton South in Salisbury Cathedral 25 April, and installed 26 May 
1744. This he held with the Rectory of Frilsham until his death in 1749. He 
married 12 December 1732 Mary, daughter and coheir of William Hanbury, esq., 
of Little Marcle, co. Hereford (Burke's Peerage, Viscount Valentia; Hardy's Le 
Neve, ii, 671). 

P. 18 no. 28. Francis Annesley of Cloghmaghericatt, co. Down, and Thorganby, 
Yorks, was the father of Martin Annesley, whose entry immediately precedes his 
own. He was the son of Francis Annesley (a younger son of Francis Annesley 
who filled many high positions in Ireland and was created Viscount Valentia 
11 March 1621 and Baron Mountnorris of Mountnorris, co. Armagh, 8 February 
1628) and Deborah, daughter of Henry Jones, Bishop of Meath (Burke's Peerage, 
Viscount Valentia). Francis Annesley was admitted a student of the Inner Temple 
6 November 1684, was called to the Bar 2 June 1690, and became a Bencher of the 
Inn 8 February 17 1|, took the M.A. degree at Cambridge in 1719. He was M.P. for 
Downpatrick 1695—9, again in 1703, but in September of that year he was expelled 
the Irish House of Commons for being the author of a paragraph in a Report 
(printed in London) of the Commissioners appointed by Parliament to inquire 
into the Irish forfeited estates (of which he was one of the trustees), which the 
House resolved, scandalously and maliciously misrepresented and traduced the 
protestant freeholders of Ireland, and thereby endeavoured to create a misunder- 
standing between the people of England and the protestants of Ireland. He sat 
again for Downpatrick 1713-14. In 1705 he was elected M.P. for Preston in 
Lancashire. He stood again in 1710 but was defeated. He petitioned against the 
election in December 1710, alleging undue practices against his opponent. The 
petition was renewed in December 1711, but withdrawn in January 171^. He was 
M.P. for Westbury 1705-15 and 1722-34. In 1710 he was the first who promoted 
in the House of Commons the building of fifty new churches in London, and was 



APPENDIX. 325 

Chairman of the Committee, and also one of the Commissioners appointed by the 
Act of Parliament for building these churches. He married (1) on 5 July 1695, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Joseph Martin, Knt., of London; (2) in July 1732, 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Cropley of Eochester and widow of William Gomel- 
don of Summerfield Hall, Kent, she died s.p. 20 May 1736 ; (3) on 31 August 1737, 
Sarah, only daughter of William Sloane of Portsmouth, widow of Sir Richard 
Fowler, Knt., of Harnage Grange, Salop. By his first wife he had with other 
issue three sons. He died 7 August 1750 (Bean, Parliamentary Representation of 
the six northern Counties of England, 398, 414; Foster, Collectanea Genealogica, i 
(Members of Parliament, Ireland) 13 ; see also a letter from Thomas Browne, 
Nichols, Literary Illustrations, iv, 407). 

P. 18 no. 29. The father, Matthew Mason, was of St John's (admitted 7 January 
167|, Part ii, P. 47 no. 10, B.A, 1677, M.A. 1681, admitted Fellow 30 March 1680). 
Maidwell (or Maydwell) Mason seems to have migrated to Sidney Sussex College, 
from which College he graduated as B.A. 1722. Thomas Mason, alias Castlin, 
was instituted to Ashwell E«ctory, Rutland, 23 February 164f on the presentation 
of Sir Guy Palmes, Knt. He was twice imprisoned at Nottingham, commanded 
an independent company at Belvoir Castle, and conducted King Charles I. from 
Newark to Banbury. For this he was deprived of his Living by the parliamentary 
authorities in 1645 or early in 1646. He was plaintiff and Sir Charles Clapham, 
Knt., defendant in an action in the Court of Exchequer respecting a payment of 
81. per annum for tithe. Three depositions were taken by commission, namely 
at the Crown Inn, Oaldiam, 1 October, 18 Car. II. (1666), before Edward Falkner, 
esq., William Roberts and Richard Goodman, gents. At Stamford, 11 January 
166|, before Edward Falkner, esq., William Mapletoft and Richard Goodman, gents. 
And again before the same Commissioners at Stamford, 11 January 166f . 

Ashwell Parish Registers which commence in 1595 have the following entries. 
Baptisms : 

164f Mary, daughter of John Mason als. Caslin, 3 Feb. 

1646 Abigail, daughter of Thomas and Mary Mason, 12 Nov. 

164| Jane Mason als. Caslin, daughter of John Mason and Anne, 14 March. 

1661 Anne Holland, daughter of William and Margaret Holland, 7 May. 
A marginal note says : " y® first y' was baptized by T. M. (Thomas Mason) after 
his restoring." 

1665 John, son of Thomas Mason, Clerk, and Anne, 23 August. 

1679 William, 18 August, and Francis, 22 March 168f, sons of Mr Francis 

Mason and Anne. 
Burials: Under the year 1660 is this memorandum: "This year Mr Levett 
(Richard Levett, instituted 14 May 1646) was turned out sequestrator." And under 
the baptisms for the same year " exit Mr Levett." 
165| Constance Mason, 8 March. 

1680 Thomas Mason, Rector y« 30 October having enjoyed his rectory of 

Ashwell 20 years after his 16 years' sequestration. 
1682 Mr John Mason, 13 July. 
169| Mrs Anne Barker, wife of Mr Henry Barker and daughter of Mr Thomas 

Mason and Anne, 19 March. 
1700 Mrs Mason, the widow of Mr Thomas Mason and mother of Mr Mason, 

Rector, 10 December. 
1714 Mr Mathew Mason, Rector, 30 March. 
Thomas Roberts, of Wardley, co. Rutland, esq., by will dated 12 April 1743, 
proved P.C.C. 24 October 1744 (243 Anstis), bequeathed 101. to his godson Maydwell 
Mason, son of Mr Mason, Vicar of Horninghold (Mr Justin Simpson). Maidwell 
Mason was instituted Vicar of Horninghold, co. Leicester, 22 December 1729 and 
held the living until 1746. 

P. 18 no. 30. James Sheepshanks was ordained Deacon 20 December 1724 by 
the Bishop of Lincoln and Priest by the Bishop of London 28 May 1727. He was 
instituted Vicar of Mountnessing, Essex, 29 May 1727, ceding this on his insti- 
tution 4 May 1733 to the Vicarage of Little Wakering, Essex. He held the latter 
living until 1744. The Parish Register of Linton in Craven has the following 
entry: James, son of James Sheepshanks of Linton, baptized the 10 day of 
November 1702. 

P. 18 no. 31. The name should be Bycroft. Henry Ryoroft of St John's pro- 



326 APPENDIX. 

ceeded B.A. 1722 and M.A. 1736. He was ordained Deacon by the Archbishop of 
York 9 June 1723. He was instituted Vicar of Kirkby Stephen, co. Westmorland, 
27 May 1734 and held the living until 1746. 

P. 18 no. 32. Sacheverel Floyer married Susanna Floyer, daughter of John 
Floyer of Longden. He died 3rd and was buried 6th August 1735, leaving no 
issue (Shaw, History of Staffordshire, ii, 21, where there is a pedigree). 

P. 18 no. 33. Josias Haygarth was ordained Deacon by the Bishop of London 

20 December 1724. 

P. 18 no. 34. William Grainger was ordained Deacon 9 June 1723 and Priest 

21 February 172| by the Bishop of London. He was instituted Eector of St Andrew 
by the Wardrobe with St Anne's, Blackfriars, in the City of London, 18 December 
1736 and held the living until his death 18 February 1759 (Hennessey, Novum 
Bepertorium, 88). 

P. 19 no. 36. Caleb Smith was ordained Deacon 21 September 1723 by the 
Bishop of Peterborough, he being then Master of the Free School at Northampton. 
He then stated that he was born at Farndale in the parish of Kir by Moor. He 
was ordained Priest by the Bishop of Lincoln 20 December 1730. 

P. 19 no. 36. William Murdin entered Merchant Taylors' School 12 September 
1712, it is then stated that he was born 7 October 1703 (Robinson, Merchant 
Taylors' School Register, ii, 34). He took the B.A. degree from St John's in 1722, 
he was elected Fellow of Sidney in 1724 and took the M.A. degree from that College 
in 1726. He was Dean of Sidney (see the certificate, P. 71 no. 4). He was or- 
dained Deacon 21 February 172|, and Priest 26 February 172| by the Bishop of 
Lincoln. He was instituted Vicar of Woodwalton, Hunts, 20 August 1736, ceding 
this on his institution 7 January 175^ to the Eectory of Merrow, Surrey, he was 
also instituted Vicar of Shalford cum Bramley, Surrey, 31 May 1755. On 26 May 
1755, when he is described as Chaplain to Richard, Lord Onslow, he received a 
dispensation to hold both these livings, stated to be of the respective values of 
£74 and £120 and to be 3 miles apart. He held both livings until his death in 
1760. He published A Collection of State Papers relating to affairs in the reign of 
Elizabeth from 1571 to 1596, transcribed from original papers and other authentic 
memorials left by W. Cecill, Lord Burghley, and reposited in the library at Hatfield 
House, London, 1759, folio (on this see Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, ii, 329, v, 288 
note). 

P. 19 no. 37. Moses Lloyd was admitted a Fellow of the College 29 March 1726, 
his fellowship was filled up again 28 March 1732. He was instituted Rector of 
Forncett St Mary with St Peter 23 December 1730 and held the living until his 
death 4 July 1764 [Cambridge Chronicle, 14 July 1764; Gentleman's Magazine, 
1764, p. 350). 

P. 19 no. 38. Nathaniel Wainhouse, the father, was of Emmanuel College, 
B.A. 1688, M.A. 1692. He was Vicar of Silkstone, Yorks, and Prebendary of 
Fridaythorpe in York Cathedral. 

Richard Wainhouse was ordained Deacon 9 June 1723 and Priest 15 August 
1725 by the Archbishop of York, on this last occasion he was licensed to the 
curacy of Beeford, Yorks, with a salary of £30. He was instituted Vicar of 
Sturton, Notts, 29 December 1730, ceding this on his institution 10 December 
1734 to the Vicarage of Nether-Wallop, Hants. He was instituted Vicar of Keevil, 
Wilts, 7 August 1735, on the presentation of the Dean and Chapter of Winchester 
(Phillipps, Institutiones Wiltoniae, ii, 65). He held both these preferments until 
his death in 1761. He was also Chaplain to Charles, Duke of St Albans, and 
Prebendary of Bath Abbey. He was the author of (i) A Sermon On Rebellion 
[1 Tim. vi. 5], 1745, 8vo; (ii) A Sermon On Rebellion [2 Tim. ii. 24], 1745, 8vo, 
a second edition of this latter sermon was published at Bath in 1757, (4to), 
With a conference between a Popish priest and the Rev. Mr Wainhouse, occasioned by 
the foregoing sermon. Wherein it is shewn, that the God of the Papists may be eat 
by a mouse; that the adoration of the host is the greatest idolatry that ever was, (&c. 

The Gentleman's Magazine for 1813, p. 668 b, announces the death at Leeds of 
Mr Richard Wainhouse, son of the late Mr Wainhouse, Vicar of Keevil. 

P. 19 no. 40. This is probably the Samuel Jones who was ordained Deacon 
9 August 1724 and Priest 11 September 1726 by the Bishop of Hereford. He was 



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instituted Rector of Frodesley, Salop, 13 August 1741, and Vicar of St Alkmund's, 
Shrewsbury, 14 February 1758. His successor at Frodesley was instituted in 1760, 
but he held St Alkmund's until his death 2 February 1763 (Owen and Blakeway, 
History of Shrewsbury, ii, 282, where he is described as of Llandysil). 

P. 19 no. 41. Thomas Battersby was ordained Priest 5 June 1726 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln, and licensed next day to the curacy of Gedney, co. Lincoln. 

P. 19 no. 42. Lewis Crusius took the degree of M.A. per literas Begins in 
1737. He was Headmaster of the Charterhouse from 1745 to 1769. He was 
collated to the Prebend of LlanwthwU in the Collegiate Church of Brecon (St David's) 
18 May 1748, and to the First Prebend in Worcester Cathedral 20 December 1751. 
He was instituted Vicar of Stoke Prior, co. Worcester, 18 March 1754, ceding this 
on his institution to the Vicarage of Bedwardine St John, co. Worcester, 28 May 
1764. With the exception of the Vicarage of Stoke Prior, he held all his ecclesi- 
astical preferments until his death. In the Piazza of the Charterhouse is a stone 
with this inscription: "Lewis Crusius, 23 May 1775, aged 74; Ann Crusius, 1782, 
aged 76" (Historical Account of the Charterhouse, 276; Dictionary of National 
Biography). He was the author of The Lives of the Boman Poets; containing a 
critical and historical account of them and their writings : with large Quotations of 
their most celebrated passages as far as was necessary to compare and illustrate their 
several excellencies, as well as to discover in what they were deficient. To which is 
added a chronological table; together with an introduction concerning the origin and 
progress of poetry, etc., 2 vols., London, 1733, 12mo. This was translated into 
German with the title: Lebensbeschreibung der romischen Dichter...aus dem 
Englischen mit Anmerkungen von C. H. Schmid. 2 Bde. Halle, 1777, 8vo. 

Dr Herring, Archbishop of Canterbury, conferred the degree of D.D. on Lewis 
Crusius 7 May 1754. 

P. 19 no. 43. John Emerson was ordained Deacon 22 December 1723 and Priest 
23 May 1725 by the Bishop of London. He is probably the John Emerson who 
was instituted Rector of Wixoe, Suffolk, 2 January 172| and Rector of Little 
Hallingbury, Essex, 6 April 1734 ; both livings were vacant in 1766. Another 
John Emmerson or Emerson was instituted Rector of Middleton in Teasdale 
12 January 17|§, Rector of Staynton le Street 3 October 1749, and Rector of 
Winston 1 April 1754, all co. Durham; he ceded Staynton on his institution to 
Winston, but held the other two livings until 1774. But the fact that John 
Emerson, of St John's, was ordained in London makes it probable that he held 
the southern livings. 

P. 19 no. 44. Nathaniel Leftwiche, son of Thomas Leftwiche of the City of 
Chester, clerk, matriculated at Oxford from Brasenose College 20 March 170f, 
aged 19. He took the B.A. degree from New College 1 February 171^, he in- 
corporated at Cambridge in 1719 and took the M.A. degree from St John's in 1719 
(Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 20 no. 45. David Havard, son of Thomas Havard of Llanybyther, co. 
Carmarthen, matriculated at Oxford from Jesus College 7 July 1694, aged 18. He 
took the B.A. degree at Oxford in 1698 and the M.A. at Cambridge from St John's 
in 1719. He was instituted Rector of Llanvihangel-juxta-Usk, co. Monmouth, 
27 February Ifg^, this he held till 1709. He was appointed Cursal Canon in 
St David's 3 September 1709. He was instituted Vicar of Abergwilly, co. Car- 
marthen, 28 September 1709, holding this until 1757. He was instituted Rector of 
Llanedy, co. Carnarvon, 24 June 1721, holding it until 1752. He was collated 
to the Prebend of Llansanfraid in the Collegiate Church of Brecon (St David's) 
7 July 1733, and this he also held until 1757 (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 20 no. 46. John Morgan was admitted a Fellow of the College 16 March 
172|, he became a Senior Fellow 29 December 1743 but ceded his Seniority in 
November 1749, his Fellowship was filled up again in 1751. He was admitted a 
Medical Fellow 22 December 1727, which would allow him to retain his Fellowship 
without taking orders. He was however ordained and took the B.D. degree in 
1734. Cole says of him (MSS. Cole xxi, Brit. Mus. Addl. MSS. 5822, fol. 1096): 
" Mr Morgan, B.D., Rector of MedboOrne in Leicestershire, from St John's, formerly 
chaplain to Minorca, by purchase, which he parted with in 1772 or 1773. Beneficed 
in one of the Welsh Cathedrals, Commissary to the Bishop of Chester, formerly 
Fellow of the same College, I was well acquainted with when, many years ago, I 



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was at Lisbon for my health, where he was chaplain to the English Factory there 
established, he is now dignified by the Bishop of St Asaph in his Diocese, though 
he lives in London." John Morgan was presented by the College to the Rectory 
of Medbourne with Holt, co. Leicester, 30 September 174:8 and instituted 26 October 
following. He was presented by Thomas Herring, Archbishop of Canterbury, to 
his Grace's option of the office of Precentor or Chanter with the Prebend of 
Llanbedr Pont Steven annexed in St David's Cathedral 12 April 1753, and in- 
stalled 2 May following (Hardy's Le Neve, i, 317). He was collated to the Prebend 
of Myvod in St Asaph Cathedral 7 July 1749 (ibid., 92). On 1 October 1753 he 
was admitted by the Bishop of Chester to the office of Commissary or Official of 
the Archdeaconry of Richmond, Yorks, and of Rural Dean in the Deaneries of 
Richmond, Borough Bridge and Amounderness, Kirkby Kendal, Kirkby Lonsdale, 
Furness, Copeland and Catterick within the said Archdeaconry. It will be observed 
that Cole says that Morgan lived in London. He was buried at Trottescliffe in 
Kent, the Parish Register containing the following entry: "1773 September 20th 
John Morgan, B.D., rector of Medburn, commissary of Richmond, and precentor 
of St Davids, aged 73." A memorial tablet at Trottescliffe states that he was 
buried in the same grave with his sister Mary Phillips and Francis Lloyd, Rector 
of Trottescliffe (Fielding, Mernoirs of Mailing and its Valley, 157). The career of 
this John Morgan has sometimes been confused with that of a John Morgan, M.A., 
who was collated Chancellor of St David's 18 August 1753, and died 24 April 1776 
(Hardy's Le Neve, i, 320). 

P. 20 no. 47. The Hunt, or Le Hunt, family were seated at Lyndon and 
Barrowden, co. Rutland. The branch settled at the latter place entered their 
pedigree in the Rutland Visitation of 1680-1, but I am unable to tack John Le 
Hunt on to either branch. The same remark applies to Ann Le Hunt of the 
parish of St Andrew, Holborn, London, widow, whose will dated 6 February 1752 
(N.S.) was proved in P. C. C. (Glazier, 247) 27 September 1756. (Mr Justin Simp- 
son). Alexander Le Hunt was admitted Fellow 16 March 172|, and his Fellowship 
was again filled in March 1735. He was ordained Deacon 1 May 1724, and licensed 
to the curacy of Horningsey, co. Cambridge, he was ordained Priest 19 September 
1725, all by the Bishop of Lincoln. His name appears as a subscriber to Spencer's 
De legibus Hebr. 1727. He was instituted Vicar of Dorney, Bucks, 24 May 1727 ; 
George Grosmith, his successor, was instituted 2 October 1735. 

P. 20 no. 48. Edward Lewis was ordained Deacon 10 March 172| by the Bishop 
of Peterborough with letters dimissory from the Bishop of Salisbury, and Priest 
19 September 1725 by the Bishop of Oxford. He was instituted Rector of Em- 
mington 23 September 1725, and Rector of Waterstock 18 July 1726, both in 
Oxfordshire. On 9 July 1726, when he is described as Chaplain to Earl Cadogan, 
he received a dispensation from the Archbishop of Canterbury to hold both livings, 
then stated to be of the respective values of £90 and £70. Both livings were 
vacant in 1786. 

P. 20 no. 49. John Bunning was ordained Deacon 21 December 1723 and 
licensed to the curacy of Burley-on-the-Hill, he was ordained Priest 20 May 1733 
and licensed to the curacy of South Luffenham, all by the Bishop of Peterborough. 

P. 20 no. 61. Edward, son of Edward Snagge, esq. and Mary his wife, was 
baptized at Fen Ditton 19 August 1702. He died without issue and was buried 
at Chesterton, co. Cambridge, 5 April 1739 (Ely Episcopal Records, 299). 

P. 20 no. 52. Sir Sewster Peyton was Master of the Buckhounds to Queen 
Anne. He married 17 July 1701, in Westminster Abbey, Anne, second daughter 
of George Dashwood, Alderman of London (Chester, Westminster Abbey Registers, 
37). He died 28 December 1717 and was buried at Doddington. Thus Thomas 
Peyton was really a baronet when he entered the College. The Parish Register 
of All Saints, Cambridge, has this entry: 1732, Sir Thos. Peyton, Bart., of 
Emneth, and Mrs Bridget Skeffington, of Skeffington, Leicestershire, married in 
St John's Chapel, January 1 (East Anglian, ii. 111). Lady Peyton was a d&ughter of 
Thomas Skeffington, of Skeffington, and heir to her brother Thomas Skeffington, 
esq. Sir Thomas Peyton was High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdon- 
shire from 16 December 1742 until 5 January 1744; he is then described as of 
Great Raveley. Sir Thomas Peyton died 29 June 1771 without issue, his estates 
passing by his will to his nephew George Dashwood, who assumed by Act of 



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Parliameat the name of Peyton and was created a baronet 14 August 1776 
(Burke, Extinct and Dormant Baronetage; Waters, The Chesters of Chicheley, i, 
288). 

P. 21 no. 2. George Barry (the father) of Weale, Essex, bachelor, 27, was on 
15 December 1696 licensed to marry Elizabeth Willoughby of South Ackington, 
Essex, spinster, 17, with the consent of her father Peter Willoughby, who consents, 
attested by Adrian Barry of St Olave, Jewry, London, gent., the marriage to take 
place at South Ackington (Foster, London Marriage Licenses). Willoughby Barry 
took the degree of M.B. in 1725 and M.D. in 1728. 

P. 21 no. 3. Simon Peter Glassbrooke was ordained Deacon 9 June 1723 and 
licensed to the curacy of Creeton, co. Lincoln, 11 June, he was ordained Priest 
22 December 1723, all by the Bishop of Lincoln. 

Peter Glasbrooke, of Canterbury, gentleman, bachelor, was on 21 October 1686 
licensed to matry Elizabeth Twyman of Westbere, Kent (Cowper, Canterbury Mar- 
riage Licenses, fourth series, 234). 

P. 21 no. 6. Peter Vidal was B.A. 1723, M.A. 1729, he took Holy Orders. His 
son Kobert Studley Vidal was a Solicitor in London, he retired to Exeter and died 
there 2 January 1796, his wife predeceased him dying 30 August 1766. He left a 
son Robert Studley Vidal who died 21 November 1841, and charged his Cornborough 
estate with a rent-charge of £40 a year in favour of the College, for the purpose of 
maintaining two Exhibitioners from Exeter School {Gentleman's Magazine, 1843, i, 
208-10). 

P. 21 no. 6. Richard Carre graduated as Carr, B.A. 1723. He was ordained 
Deacon by the Archbishop of York 22 December 1723. The Archbishop's Register 
has the following entry : Sexto die mensis Julii a.d. 1728. Dominus Archiepiscopus 
Eboracensis prohibuit Richardo Carr Diacono ne ullibi in Dioec. Ebor. Verbum 
Dei praedicaret propterea quod (ut ipse interrogatus coram dicto Domino Archi- 
episcopo confessus est) pendente visitatione Metropolica Archidiaconatus de East 
Riding dictus Richardus Carr monitus licentiam extrahere ad peragendum officium 
curati in Ecclesia Parochiali Rectoriae de Pattrington in Com. et Dioec. Ebor. 
nulla monitionis Archiepiscopalis ratione habita, nee Literis Dimissorijs prius 
exoratis curam de Pattrington reliquerit et in Dioec. Line, se transtulerit. 

Ita testor Tho. Haytor, Not. Pub. 

However he seems to have made his peace for on 7 August 1728 the Archbishop 
licensed him to the curacy of Holme on Spalding Moor, vrith a stipend of £35. 
And on 16 August 1730 ordained him Priest. 

One Richard Carr was instituted Vicar of Great Hale, co. Lincoln, 9 December 
1737, and held the living until 1758. 

P. 21 no. 7. Bowyer Sneyd was one of the sons of Ralph Sneyd of Bishton, 
CO. Stafford, by Elizabeth, daughter of John Bowyer, of Bishton. He died without 
issue and was buried at Colwich near Bishton. Ralph Sneyd, the father, was of 
Braseaose College, Oxford, and a student of the Middle Temple, his description as 
' Surgeon ' in the College Register seems a mistake (Burke, Landed Gentry, Sneyd 
of Basford Hall; letter from the Rev. G. A. Sneyd, Rector of Chastleton). 

P. 21 no. 8. Philip Henville was the son of William Henville of Haydon (in 
the parish of Lydlinch) by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of — Eggerdon, esq. of 
Eggerdon. He was instituted Rector of Rowner, Hants., 26 May 1730, and held 
the living until 1757. He married Frances, daughter of J. Mansfield of Ringwood, 
Hants. , relict of . . . Bissell of Portsmouth, attorney-at-law, and left issue. 

P. 21 no. 9. George Downing (the elder), Rector of Hinxworth, Herts., bachelor, 
31, was licensed to marry Catherine Lunn, of St Andrew's, Holborn, spinster, above 
21, with the consent of her parents, at All Hallows, Bread Street, or ... 2 May 1699 
(Foster, London Marriage Licenses) ; he was of Clare Hall, A.B. 1687. 

George Downing (the younger) was ordained Deacon 23 May 1725 by the Bishop 
of Lincoln when he was licensed to the curacy of Hinxworth, Herts., and Priest 
6 March 172J by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who on 7 March licensed him to be 
cnrate to the Rev. John Cooke, Rector of St Mary Magdalen, Canterbury. George 
Downing, M.A., Curate of Lewisham, Kent, published A Sermon on Mark viii. 34, 
preached before the Society for the RefornMtion of Manners, London, 1760, 8vo. 

One George Downing was instituted Vicar of Little Wakering, Essex, 21 April 
1748, holding the living until 1779. In Notes and Queries, 3rd Ser. ii, 343-5, are 

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330 APPENDIX. 

some notes relating to clergymen taken from the Parish Registers of Barking, 
Essex. 

The following, with regard to George Downing, who was chaplain to Ilford 
hospital in that parish, where he was buried in 1779, aged 70, probably relate to 
the Vicar of Wakering and the member of the College. 

Baptisms: 1743, April 10, Bladen Downing, son of George Downing; 1750, 
April 15, Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. George Downing, clerk, and Elizabeth, 
his wife. 

Burials : 1750, October 10 (at Ilford Chapel), Elizabeth Downing, infant. 

Bladen Downing matriculated from Trinity College, Oxford, 19 May 1761, 
aged 17. He was A.B. 1765; B.C.L. 1773 (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses). 

P. 21 no. 10. Francis Bellinger, the father, is said to have been an under- 
graduate of Brasenose College, Oxford. He was admitted a licentiate of the Royal 
College of Physicians 29 March 1708. He practised for a time at Stamford, but 
removed to London and died in September 1721. He was an author (Munk's Roll 
of the Royal College of Physicians, ii, 20). 

Mr Justin Simpson writes : " I have been unable to trace the baptism of John 
Edward Bellinger in the parish register of St John's, Stamford, it is defective about 
the commencement of the 18th century. The father is said to have been of Brase- 
nose College, Oxford, but Mr F. Madan, in a letter to me dated 31 October 1893, 
tells me that his name does not^ occur in the Admission Register of that College. 
Mr Francis Bellinger paid £15 to Mr (Henry) Lambe the Senior Chamberlain and 
was admitted to the freedom of Stamford 18 April 1694. He was Overseer of the 
poor of the parish of St John, 1694-5, Churchwarden 1702-3. Elected a Capital 
Burgess 29 August 1695, and Chamberlain 1708-9. He resigned his seat in the 
Council Chamber and John Seaton, junior, was elected in his place 14 January 
17^§." 

Francis Bellinger was one of the original members of the Gentlemen's Society 
at Spalding (Nichols, Literary Anecdotes, vi, 29, 71), and of the Gentlemen's Society 
at Stamford. 

The following entries are from the parish registers of St John's : " 1697, Katherine, 
baptized 9 May ; Elizabeth, baptized 19 January lf§| ; Sarah, baptized 20 November 
1703 ; children of Mr Francis and Sarah Bellinger. 

Sarah Bellinger, buried 7 August 1708; Sarah Bellinger, buried 29 April 1717; 
Culpepper Bellinger, baptized and buried 2 April 1719; Mrs Bellinger, wife of 
Francis Bellinger, buried October 27, 1719." 

John Edward Bellinger was ordained Deacon 1 May 1724 and Priest 25 Sep- 
tember 1726, he was licensed to the curacy of Salesby, co. Lincoln, 26 September, 
all by the Bishop of Lincoln. He was instituted Vicar of Headon, Notts., 5 August 
1729, and held the living until 1744. 

P. 21 no. 11. Edward Chappelow was presented by the College to the Vicarage 
of Cberry Marham, Norfolk, 18 February 17f^, and instituted 3 March following. 
He was instituted Rector of Roydon, Norfolk, 1 April 1746, holding both livings 
until his death on 19 October 1777, at Diss in Norfolk (Cambridge Chronicle, 
1 November 1777). He was the father of Leonard Chappelow of Trinity, B.A. 1766, 
who succeeded him as Rector of Roydon, and held also other preferments in the 
Church. 

On 8 July 1738 the College passed the following order: "Agreed to advance 
£100 for the augmentation of the Vicarage of Cherry Marham, on the following 
conditions, viz. that Mr Chappelow shall bear all the expenses of the purchase, and 
repay the money in 9 years." Oh 26 February 174f the College also voted 
him £10. 

P. 22 no. 12. Thomas Leake was ordained Deacon 6 March 172f by the Bishop 
of Norwich, with letters dimissory from the Archbishop of York. He then stated 
that he was born in the parish of St John's, Beverley. He was ordained Priest 
9 June 1727 by the Archbishop of York, and licensed to the curacy of Walkington, 
Yorks. On 13 June 1730 he was admitted 'Praelector' of Cottingham by the 
Archbishop. He was instituted Vicar of Bishops Burton, co. York, 8 May 1730, and 
was buried there 26 March 1787. 

P. 22 no. 13. Thomas Parry took the B.A. degree in 1724. He is perhaps the 
Thomas Parry who held the following Welsh preferments: instituted Rector of 
Manafon, co. Montgomery, 3 June 1731 ; Rector of Newton, co. Montgomery, 2 May 



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1732, a successor was instituted 9 June 1732; Vicar of Llanynys, co. Brecon, 9 April 
1739. Both Manafon and Llanynys were filled up again in the autumn of 1739. 

P. 22 no. 18. Arthur Hesilrige was the only son of Sir Robert Hesilrige and 
Dorothy, second daughter of Banaster, third Lord Maynard. He succeeded his 
father in 1721. He married Hannah Sturges (from whom Richardson drew the 
character of Pamela). He died 27 February 1763 and was succeeded by his son 
(Burke, Peerage, &c., Hazelrigg, Bart.). 

P. 22 no. 17. Nicholas Woolfe was ordained Deacon 15 August 1725 and licensed 
to the curacy of Helmsley, Yorks., he was licensed to the curacy of Barmston 15 Sep- 
tember 1725, all by the Archbishop of York. 

He was instituted Vicar of Carnaby, Yorks., 22 August 1728, and became Pre- 
bendary of Weighton in York Cathedral 10 June 1732. He held both preferments 
until his death in 1750 (Hardy's Le Neve, iii, 225). 

P. 22 no. 18. George Kiliier was ordained Deacon 19 June 1725 and Priest 
12 July 1728 by the Bishop of Ely. One of the