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Full text of "The Harrow School register, 1800-1911. 1st ed., 1894, comp. and ed. by R. Courtenay Welch ... 2d ed., 1901"

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THE 

HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER, 

1800-1911. 



FIRST EDITION, 1894, 

COMPILED AND EDITED BY 

R. COURTENAY WELCH, 

EDITOR OF THE "HARROW CALENDAR, 1860-71, AND 1871-81," AND OF 
"HARROW NOTES, 1883-7." 

SECOND EDITION, 1901, 

EDITED BY 

M. G. DAUGLISH, 

BARRISTER- AT-LAW . 

THIRD EDITION, 1911, 

EDITED BY 

M. G. DAUGLISH, 

BARRISTER-AT-LAW, 
AND 

P. K. STEPHENSON, 

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT. 



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1911. 

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FUTURE EDITIONS OF THIS WORK SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO 

L. M. HEWLETT, ESQ., 

27, ROXBOROUGH PARK,, 

HARROW. 




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PREFACE 

TO THE THIRD EDITION. 



, the third edition of the Register, will be found to do 
something more than bring the information contained 
in its predecessors up to date ; for it contains a good deal of 
additional matter about the Harrovians of 1800. 

The delay in its appearance is due to a sad cause. Mr. M. G. 
Dauglish, the late Editor, died in February of this year, while 
he was actively engaged in preparing this new edition for the 
press. His valuable services were lost to us just as his labours 
were nearing completion ; and Harrow has to mourn a loved 
and trusted son. 

The present edition has been brought out by his successor, 
Mr. P. K. Stephenson, to whom, as well as to Mr. E. Graham, 
the warmest thanks of Harrovians are due. Unfortunately, 
our new Editor has already been forced to resign his task, having 
been appointed to a post in Melbourne, and another Editor has 
had to be found. We think ourselves happy that we have been 
able to secure Mr. Lionel M. Hewlett to take the vacant place. 

It will be a matter of interest, we think, to many that this 
edition should be the first undertaken for the Harrow Associa- 
tion. There would seem to be a peculiar fitness in the linking 
together of the Harrow Register and the Harrow Association, 
the two agencies which can most help to unite the present with 
the past, and make Harrovians feel their " times are one " till 
" time be done." 

L. F. 

HARROW, November 1911. 



NOTE BY THE EDITOR 

TO THE THIRD EDITION. 



/CONSIDERABLE difficulty has attended the production of 
^-^ this edition of the Register, the sudden death of Mr. M. G. 
Dauglish, in February last, having necessarily delayed publication 
for several months. For various reasons it has taken me longer 
than originally anticipated to pick up the threads and revise my 
predecessor's work. 

A good many names and facts of interest about the Harrovians 
of the beginning of the last century, collected by Mr. Dauglish 
since the last edition appeared, have been incorporated in the 
early part of the book. It was Mr. Dauglish's intention to carry 
his researches still further back into the past. He had indeed 
started to do so, and, had he lived, would have, doubtless, succeeded 
in reconstructing for us much of the history of Harrow in still 
earlier times. It is much to be hoped that some other old Har- 
rovian, endowed with similar enthusiasm and perseverance, may 
be found to carry on this work from the point where he left it. 

The unavoidable delay in publication has made it possible to 
include in this edition all entries down to the present term (191 1 3 ), 
and to add a good deal of information concerning events of recent 
occurrence. But, apart from such necessary additions and altera- 
tions and the elimination of certain inconsistencies, the bulk of 
the work, including the Index, remains as its late Editor left it. 

The term, as well as the year, of entry is printed at the top of 
each page an improvement suggested by many subscribers to 
the former editions. 

In the case of a large number of those who are still serving 



viii NOTE BY THE EDITOR TO THE THIRD EDITION. 

in the Army, no address is given, as the latest information can 
more readily be obtained from the monthly Army List. 

I have every reason to believe that the Index is accurate, but 
thorough revision has been impossible in the time at my disposal. 
A note will be found at the head of the Index explaining the new 
method adopted by Mr. Dauglish for this edition in the case of 
altered and double names. 

It is to be hoped that the utility of the new edition will more 
than compensate the many subscribers for the time they have 
had to wait for its appearance. The delay must have been even 
more prolonged had it not been for the great and prompt assistance 
always given me by the members of the Committee of the Harrow 
Association, to whom the Editor of the Register is now responsible. 
Even as it is, I am aware that certain errors remain which the 
necessity that publication should no longer be postponed, has 
prevented me from rectifying. I do not think, however, that 
such defects as may be discovered will be considered to impair 
the value of a book which in itself is all that is needed to testify 
to the care and ability of its late Editor, who devoted so much time 
and labour to a subject of which he had made himself such a 
complete master. 

As soon as this edition is published, the editorship again changes 
hands, as I am shortly leaving England for business reasons, and 
am therefore obliged to resign my position. The new Editor is 
Mr. L. M. Hewlett, 27, Roxborough Park, Harrow, to whom all 
correspondence relating to the Register should in future be sent. 

P. K. STEPHENSON. 
36, WALBBOOK, E.G., 
November 1911. 



PREFACE 

TO THE FIRST EDITION. 



n^HE idea of publishing the Register of Harrow School 
originated with my colleagues, Mr. E. W. Howson and 
Mr. E. Graham, and has been carried out by Mr. R. Courtenay 
Welch. It has not been free from difficulty, for the Admission 
Book before the time of Dr. Longley has been lost for many 
years, and it is only since the beginning of Dr. Vaughan's Head 
Mastership that the record of boys admitted to the School can 
be said to be complete in all its details. The result is that, 
although an attempt has been made to carry the Register back 
to the first year of the present century, there are naturally a 
good many gaps in it ; but it is hoped that the publication of 
a tentative first edition will be the best way of leading to a 
second edition, which will be largely improved and extended. 
At all events, the thanks of Harrovians past and present are 
due to Mr. Welch, and to other friends of the School who have 
worked with him. The Register will in future be reissued at 
stated intervals of time, and it will be kept as far as possible 
up to date in the information which it supplies. 

J. E. C. W, 

HARROW SCHOOL, 

May 2Sth, 1894. 



PREFACE 

TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



O EVEN years have now elapsed since the publication of the 
first edition of the Register, and the time has now come 
when it seems necessary to bring the book up to the present 
date. The second edition will be found in many ways im- 
proved. In a first edition, which was largely tentative in 
character, many little mistakes and omissions were inevitable. 
It is hoped that the unselfish energy of many old Harrovians 
has removed the mistakes and supplied the omissions. The 
thanks of all Harrovians are due to Mr. Dauglish and to Mr. 
Graham for their unwearied efforts to make the Register as 
accurate and complete as it now is. 

It is proposed to issue a new edition in the first year of 
every decade, and it will very greatly assist the Editor if all 
communications from time to time be addressed direct to 

M. G. DAUGLISH, ESQ., 
3, NEW SQUARE, 

LINCOLN'S INN, W.C. 

J. W. 

HARROW, 

June lth y 1901. 



NOTE BY THE EDITOR 

TO THE SECOND EDITION. 



TN the spring of 1891 Mr. R. Courtenay Welch was entrusted by 
a Committee of the Masters of the School with the compilation 
of a Harrow School Register from the year 1801. In his editorial 
note to the first edition, Mr. Welch thus explains the difficulties of 
his task : " The number of names to be dealt with was estimated 
at about 6,000, and little more was proposed than a reprint of the 
Entrance Books, with the addition of such particulars as could be 
derived from the various School Records, or obtained from living 
Harrovians and from the friends of those who had passed away. 
As the work advanced, however, it was found that the number of 
entries exceeded 10,000, while the difficulty of preparing the list 
was very greatly increased by the imperfections of the earlier 
records. Dr. Drury's Entrance Book gave only the surnames. 
The Entrance Book covering the period of Dr. George Butler's 
Head Mastership has long since disappeared, and the lists between 
the years 1805 and 1829 have been compiled . . . from the few 
Bill Books which are still extant. Dr. Longley's entries are more 
complete, the Christian names being given in full, the House Master 
mentioned, and short notes often added, which have proved most 
valuable in tracing the names. Dr. Wordsworth gave further 
particulars, the address and, in some cases, the father's name being 
mentioned. But there is reason to believe that in all these earlier 
lists the names were often entered before their owners actually 
joined the School, and this seems especially to have been the case 
when two or more brothers, of very different ages, were entered 
together. Many names too have, undoubtedly, been altogether 
omitted. . . . From Dr. Vaughan's time the lists contain, in most 

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xiv NOTE BY THE EDITOR TO THE SECOND EDITION. 

oases, all the information necessary for such a work as the present, 
though it has not always been easy to determine whether the name 
of the father or guardian is given." 

These difficulties led to a considerable delay in the publication 
of the book, which ultimately appeared in the summer of 1894. 
The success of the Register and the interest it aroused fully came 
up to the expectations of all concerned, and has naturally resulted 
in the acquirement of much additional information as to old 
Harrovians. 

Unfortunately the missing Entry Book of 1805-1829 has not 
been traced, and is probably now irrevocably lost. But several 
more Bill Books of those years have been kindly lent to me, and the 
publication by Mr. Bushell in the Harrovian of the names cut up 
in the Fourth Form Room has enabled me to fill up many gaps. 
At least 100 fresh names have been collected from these and other 
sources. 

It is felt that the time has now fully come for the appearance 
of a new and revised edition, incorporating all this extra matter 
and bringing the Register generally up to date. The present 
Editor, who took up the work when the pressure of other duties 
compelled Mr. Welch's retirement, can only say that he has done 
his best (he hopes not unsuccessfully) to remedy the necessary 
imperfections of the former issue. 

At the beginning of the book will be found a list of the School 
as it stood in October 1800, thus enabling me to include (subject 
to the necessary reservations) the name of every boy who was 
at Harrow during the nineteenth century. For this list I am 
indebted to the kindness of the Misses Oxenham, daughters of 
the well-known Harrow Master. 

One word as to omissions. The seven years which have elapsed 
since 1893 necessitate the insertion of the names of more than 
1,000 boys who have since entered the School. To keep the book 
within reasonable compass, certain appendices previously given 
are omitted. These can all be found in the annual Harrow 
Almanacks. In their place will be found a list of the consecu- 
tion of the Boarding Houses since 1800, which I trust may prove 
of interest. 



NOTE BY THE EDITOR TO THE SECOND EDITION, xv 

To all who have helped me, and especially to the Masters of the 
School, I return my sincerest thanks. Their names are too numerous 
to mention ; but T cannot pass over that of Mr. Graham, whose 
help and sympathy have been invaluable. 

I am not without hope that in the future we may carry our 
researches further back, so as to include the names of Harrow boys 
previous to 1800. 

M. G; DAUGLISH. 

3, NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN, 
June 1901. 



ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS AND CORRECTIONS 

Received too late for Insertion in the Body of the Work. 



The names are arranged in Alphabetical Order, the number before the name indicating the 
page to which reference should be made. 

The names included in this list are marked in the Index with an asterisk. 



307. Baker, F. E. (Sir F. E. Rhodes, Bart.). DIED Sept. 4th, 1911. 

315. Baker (-Wilbraham), G. B. Succeeded his brother (Sir F. E. Rhodes) 
as 5th Bart., 1911. For G. B. Baker-Wilbraham, Esq., sub- 
stitute Sir George Baker-Wilbraham, Bart. 

333. Bellingham, A. H. Lord-Lieut. Co. Louth, 1911. 

505. Benson, R. B. DIED Oct. 16th, 1911. 

311. Bolitho, 0. G. DIED Oct. 26th, 1911. 

672. Churchill, W. L. Spencer-. First Lord of the Admiralty, 1911. 

308. Dundas, Ralph. DIED Oct. 8th, 1911. 
231. Erskine, J. E. DIED July 25th, 1911. 

282. Fletcher, J. S. Address, Hadleigh, Farnham Common, Bucks. 

191. Forster, W. S. (of Rumwood Court, Maidstone). DIED July 1st, 1911. 

389. Gibney, E. S. DIED Nov. 3rd, 1911. 

542. Greatorex, T. Canon of Bunbury, W. Australia, 1911. 

377. Grey, A. H. G. G.C.B. 1911. 

244. Hammick, St. V. A. Address, Treneere, Torquay. 

225. Hodgkinson, G. L. Address, Chipping Manor, Wotton-under- Edge, 

Gloucestershire. 

414. Metcalfe, C. H. T. Address, 21, Pall Matt, S.W. 

766. Richardson, N. G. Stewart-. Capt. 1911. 

339. Sandeman, F. DIED Sept. 28th, 1911. 

676. Storr, C. L. Major, 1911. 

332. Stow, M. H. DIED Sept. 7th, 1911. 

607. Straight, D. M. Inspector-General (Agra and Oudh), 1911. 

819. Van Zwanenberg, G. Assumed the additional name of Phillips, 1911. 

229. Weldon, W. H. Clarenceux King of Arms, 1911. 



THE 

HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER, 

CIRCA 1800 SEPTEMBER 1911. 



REV. JOSEPH DRURY, D.D. 

EASTER 1785 EASTER 18C5. 



LIST OF HARROW SCHOOL, OCTOBER 10m, 1800. 

MONITORS. 

Tower, Charles, son of C. Tower, Esq. (O.H.), Weald Hall, Brentwood. Entered 
1796 ; left 1800-2. St. John's Coll. Camb. and Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1805 ; M.A. 1808 ; P.C. of Brentwood, Essex, 1806-25. DIED 
Sept. 10th, 1825. 

Ellison, Cuthbert, son of H. Ellison, Esq., Hebburn Hall, Durham. Entered 
1796; Monitor, 1800; Head of the School, 1801; left 1801-2. Of 
Hebburn Hall ; M.P. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1812-30 ; J.P. and D.L. 
Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1808) and Durham (High Sheriff, 
1827) ; munificent benefactor of Newcastle and Gateshead. DIED 
June 13th, 1860. 

Royston, Philip, Viscount, son of Philip, 3rd Earl of Hardwicke (O.H.). 
Entered 1795 ; Monitor, 1800 ; left 1800-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., 
M.A. 1803. LOST in a storm off Lubeck, April 1st, 1808. His literary 
remains, including a translation of the " Cassandra " of Lycophron, 
were published 1838. 

Hinxman, Henry, son of H. Hinxman, Esq., Ivychurch, Wilts. Entered 
1795; Monitor, 1800; Head of the School, 1802; left 1802. Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1806 ; P.C. of St. Sampson Golant, Cornwall, 1829-54 ; 
of Beaufort House, Bath. DIED April 23rd, 1854. 

Grove, Thomas, son of T. Grove, Esq., Feme, near Salisbury. Entered 1796 ; 
Monitor, 1800 ; left 1800-2. DIED Nov. 12th, 1845. 

Meynell, Hugo Charles, son of H. Meynell, Esq., Hoar Cross, Staffs. Entered 
1796 ; Monitor, 1800 ; left 1800-2. Of Hoar Cross and Temple 
Newsam, Yorks. ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding Yorks. and Staffs. (High 
Sheriff, 1826) ; assumed the additional name of Ingram, 1841. DIED 
Feb. 25th, 1869. 

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2 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1800 

SIXTH FORM. 

Rashleigh, George, son of the Rev. P. Rashleigh, Southfleet Rectory, Kent. 
Entered 1797 ; left 1800-2. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 1809 ; 
Vicar of Horton Kirby, Kent, 1818-74. DIED Feb. 19th, 1874. 

Rokeby, Langham, son of the Rev. L. Rokeby, Arthingworth Manor, North- 
ampton. Entered 1797 ; Head of the School, 1802 ; left 1802-3. 
Worcester Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1819 ; of Arthingworth Manor ; J.P. 
and D.L. Nor than ts. ; Lieut.-Col.Northants. Militia. DIED July 6th, 
1844. 

Leigh. Entered 1792 ; Spoke 1800 ; left 1800-2. Lived in W. Kent. 

Vachell, H., son of R. Vachell, Esq., Coptfold Hall, Essex. Entered 1793 ; 
left 1800-2. Capt. Coldstream Guards. DIED Aug. 29th, 1813. 

Fort, George, son of G. Fort, Esq., Alderbury House, Salisbury. Entered 
1795; left 1800-2. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1806; of Alderbury 
House ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. DIED 1865. 

Lawley, Paul Beilby, son of Sir R. Lawley, 5th Bart. At Rugby 1795-1800 ; 
entered 1800 ; placed in the Sixth Form on entering Harrow ; left 
1800-2. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1806 ; B.C.L. 1810 ; D.C.L. 1815 ; Fellow 
of All Souls, 1806-17; M.P. Wenlock, 1826-32; E. Riding Yorks. 
1832-7 ; created Baron Wenlock, 1839 ; succ. as 8th Bart. 1851 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Yorks. DIED May 9th, 1852. 

FIFTH FORM. 

Worsop, Richard, son of J. Worsop, Esq., Doncaster. Entered 1795; left 
1800-2. Magd. Coll. Oxf. 

Spencer. Entered 1798 ; left 1800-2. 

Tower Henry, son of C. Tower, Esq. (O.H.), Weald Hall, Brentwood. Entered 
1796 ; left 1800-2. Of Elemore Hall, Durham, and Middlethorpe Hall, 
Yorks. ; Col. Durham Militia. DIED Oct. 4th, 1862. 

Kent, Charles Egleton-, son of Sir C. Egleton-Kent, 1st Bart. Entered 1795 ; 
Monitor, 1802 ; left 1802-3. Ch. Ch. Oxf., M.A. 1805 ; in the Guards ; 
served in the Peninsular War (present at the siege of Burgos, where 
he lost an arm) ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1811. DIED Dec. 5th, 1834. 

Grove, John, son of T. Grove, Esq., Feme, near Salisbury. Entered 1798 ; 
left 1800-2. Of Feme. DIED April 14th, 1858. 

Caldwell, Charles Andrew, son of Sir B. Caldwell, G.C.B. Entered 1798; 
Monitor, 1802 ; left 1802-3. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1806 ; of New 
Grange, Co. Meath, and Boveridge Park, Cranborne. DIED Feb. llth, 
1859. 

Warde. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Ludbey, Thomas. Entered 1798 ; Monitor, 1802 ; left 1802-3. St. John's 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809; Rector of Cranham, Essex, 
1818-59. DIED May 18th, 1859. 

Lemon, Charles, son of Sir W. Lemon, 1st Bart. Entered 1798 ; Monitor, 
1802 ; Head of the School, 1802 ; left 1802-3. Trin. Coll. Camb. 
M.A. 1833; M.P. Penryn, 1807-12 and 1830-31; Cornwall, 1831-2; 
W. Cornwall, 1842-57 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1824 ; active member of 
the Royal and other learned Societies. DIED Feb. 12th, 1868, when 
the Baronetcy became extinct. 

Reade, Sir John Chandos, son of Sir J. Reade, 5th Bart. (O.H.). Succ. as 
6th Bart. 1789 ; entered 1792 ; Monitor, 1802 ; left 1802-3. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; of Shipton Court, Oxon. DIED Jan. 14th, 1868. There is a 
picture of him in the Pavilion at Lord's Cricket Ground. 



I8ooj JOSEPH DRURY. 3 

Wilson, William. Entered 1798 ; Monitor, 1802 ; left 1802-3. Jesus Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1806 ; M.A. 1809 ; Fellow of Jesus Coll. ; Vicar of 
Helmstead, Essex, 1822-57. DIED May 25th, 1857. 

Rich, Charles Henry, son of the Rev. Sir C. Rich, 1st Bart. Entered 1799 ; 
left 1800-2. Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1824. DIED Oct. 22nd, 1857. 

Hinton, John, Viscount, son of John, 4th Earl Poulett. Entered 1799; left 
1800-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; succ. as 5th Earl, 1819; Col. Somerset 
Militia. DIED June 20th, 1864. 

Campbell, Augustus, son of W. Campbell, Esq. Entered 1792 ; Monitor, 
1802; Head of the School, 1803; left 1803. Scholar of Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1807; M.A. 1812; Vicar of Childwall, Lanes., 1824-70; 
Rector of Liverpool, 1829-70. DIED 1870. 

FitzRoy, Lord John Edward, son of Augustus, 3rd Duke of Grafton. Entered 
1797 ; left 1802-3. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1805 ; M.P. Thetford, 
1812-18 ; Bury St. Edmunds, 1820-26. DIED Dec. 28th, 1856. 

SHELL. 

Peters, George, son of H. Peters, Esq., Betchworth Castle, Dorking. Entered 
1799 ; Head of the School, 1803 ; left 1803-4. Jesus Coll. Camb. 
DROWNED by the upsetting of a boat near Woolwich, Oct. 1st, 1805. 

Bouverie. Entered 1798 ; left 1800-2. 
Earle. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. 

Monson, Hon. John George, son of John, 3rd Baron Monson. Entered 1797; 
left 1800-2. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 4th Baron, 1806. DIED Nov. 14th, 
1809. 

Murray, George, son of Lord George Murray, Bishop of St. Davids. 
Left 1800-2. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1806'; M.A. 1810; D.D. 1814; 
Archdeacon of the Isle of Man, 1808-13 ; Bishop of Sodor and Man, 
1813-27 ; Bishop of Rochester, 1827-60; Dean of Worcester, 1827-54. 
DIED Feb. 16th, 1860. 

Brigstocke, William Owen, son of W. O. Brigstocke, Esq., Blaenpant, Car- 
digan. Entered 1798 ; left 1800-2. Of Blaenpant ; J.P. and D.L. 
Cardigan (High Sheriff, 1833). DIED May 3rd, 1861. 

Dairy mple, Leighton Cathcart, son of Sir H. W. Dalrymple, 1st Bart., of 
High Mark. Entered 1798 ; left 1800-2. Joined 15th Light Dragoons ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1813 ; wounded at Waterloo ; C.B. DIED 1820. 

Ellis, Henry. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. Colonial Agent, Cape of Good 
Hope. 

Parkyns, Hon. George Augustus Henry Anne, son of Thomas, 1st Baron 
Rancliffe. Entered 1799 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1800 ; left 1800-2. 
In 10th Light Dragoons ; M.P. Minehead, 1806-7 ; Nottingham, 
1812-20 and 1826-30 ; Equerry to George IV. when Prince of Wales. 
DIED Nov. 1st, 1850, when the Peerage became extinct. 

Blackburn, Edward Berens, son of J. Blackburn, Esq. (O.H.), M.P. Entered 
1795 ; left 1802-3. Barrister, 1816 ; Chief Justice of Mauritius, 
1825-35. 

Drury, Charles, son of the Rev. Dr. J. Drury, Harrow. Entered 1793 ; 
Monitor, 1803 ; Head of the School, 1804 ; left 1804-5. Oriel Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1810; M.A. 1813; Fellow of Queen's Coll. 1811-24; 
Rector of Pontesbury, Herefordshire, 1824-69 ; Prebendary of Here- 
ford ; F.S.A. DIED Jan. 15th, 1869. 



4 HA&ROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1800 

Drummond, Henry, son of H. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Entered 
1794 ; Monitor, 1803 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Albury Park, 
Guildford; M.P. Plympton, 1810-12; W. Surrey, 1847-60; Founder 
of the Professorship of Political Economy at Oxford ; well known as 
a member of the Catholic Apostolic (Irvingite) Church ; F.S.A. 
DIED Feb. 20th, 1860. 

Casamajor, Lewis Duncan, son of J. Casamajor, Esq. (O.H.), Potterells, 
North Mimms, Herts. Entered 1799; left 1800-2. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
entered Diplomatic Service ; Private Sec. to Canning when Ambassador 
at Lisbon ; Min. Plen. at St. Petersburg, 1815. DIED in Russia, 
March 3rd, 1820. 

Lawrence, Charles. Entered 1796; left 1802-3. Of Pinner. 
Baker. Entered 1796 ; left 1800-2. 

Strathnaver, George Granville, Lord, son of George, 2nd Marquis of Stafford, 
1st Duke of Sutherland, 1833. Entered 1798 ; Monitor, 1803 ; left 
1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1806; M.A. 1810; D.C.L. 1841; M.P. 
St. Mawes, 1808-12 ; Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1812-15 ; Staffs. 
1815-20 ; called up to the House of Lords in his father's Barony of 
Gower, 1826 ; succ. as 2nd Duke, 1833 ; Lord-Lieut, of Sutherland ; 
K.G. ; Trustee of British Museum and National Gallery. DIED 
Feb. 28th, 1861. 

Childe, William Lacon, son of W. Childe, Esq., Kinlet Hall, Bewdley. En- 
tered 1798 ; Monitor, 1803 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Kinlet 
Hall ; M.P. Wenlock, 1820-26 ; J.P. and D.L. Worcs. and Salop 
(High Sheriff, 1828). DIED Dec. 1880. 

Purling, John Charles. Entered 1799; left 1802-3. Of 24, York Place, 
Portman Square. DIED Sept. 22nd, 1848. 

Whalley. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Taylor, Edward Clough-, son of T. Clough, Esq., Bishop's Stortford. Assumed 
the additional name of Taylor, 1800. Entered 1798 ; Monitor, 1803 ; 
left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1807 ; M.A. 1814 ; of Firby ; 
J.P. and D.L. N. and E. Ridings Yorks. DIED May 14th, 1851. 

Holworthy, Samuel, son of S. Holworthy, Esq., Bury St. Edmunds. Entered 
1799; Monitor, 1800; left 1803-4. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1808; 
M.A. 1810; Vicar of Croxall, Derbyshire, 1809-38. DIED March 5th, 
1838. 

Rich, George, son of the Rev. Sir C. Rich, 1st Bart. Entered 1799 ; left 
1803-4. A.D.C. and Comptroller of the Household to Earl Whit- 
worth, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1813 ; Chamberlain to the Marquis 
Wellesley, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1821 ; Knighted 1822 ; of Beech- 
wood, Hants. DIED Sept. 18th, 1858. 

West, Martin John, son of B. West, Esq., Harley Street, W. Entered 1799; 
left 1802-3. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1808 ; M.A. 1812 ; Fellow of 
Merton Coll. 1812-18 ; Barrister, 1812 ; Recorder of Lynn ; Commr. 
in Lunacy ; Commr. in Bankruptcy, 1842. DIED Aug. 5th, 1870. 

Powys. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Roundell, Danson Richardson, son of the Rev. W. Roundell, Gledstone, 
Skipton-in-Craven. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1806; M.A. 1809 ; in Holy Orders ; of Gledstone ; J.P. and D.L. N. 
and W Ridings Yorks. ; J.P. E. Riding Yorks. ; assumed the name 
of Currer, 1806, but resumed that of Roundell, 1851. DIED March 10th, 
1873. 

Sandford. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 



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UPPER FOURTH FORM. 

Rashleigh, Peter, son of the Rev. P. Rashleigh, Southfleet Rectory, Kent. 
Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Oriel Coll. Oxf. DTBD Aug. 17th, 1807. 

Campbell. Entered 1797; left 1800 2 . 

Gower, Granville Leveson-, son of Admiral the Hon. J. Leveson-Gower. 
Entered 1799; left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1808; M.A. 
1812 ; Rector of Tatsfield, Surrey, 1816-41 ; of Titsey, Surrey, and 
St. Mabyn, Cornwall, 1818-41. DIED Sept. 28th, 1841. 

Shakespear, Henry Davenport, son of J. Shakespear, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., Brook- 
wood, Hants. Entered 1796 ; left 1800-2. Entered H.E.I.C.S. 1802 ; 
Member of Council at Calcutta. DIED in India, March 22nd, 1838. 

Reeves (H.B.), son of H. Reeves, Esq., Writing Master of Harrow School. 
Entered 1791 ; left 1800-2. 

Warre John Ashley, son of J. H. Warre, Esq., Belmont Lodge, Herts. En- 
tered 1796 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Westcliff House, Ramsgate ; 
M.P. Lostwithiel, 1812-18; Taunton, 1820-6; Hastings, 1831-5; 
Ripon, 1857-60. DIED Nov. 18th, 1860. 

Madocks, John, son of J. E. Madocks, Esq., Glanywern, Denbigh. Entered 
1796 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Glanywern ; M.P. Denbigh 
Boroughs, 1832-3 ; friend of Lord Byron, with whom he witnessed 
the execution of Bellingham, May 1812. DIED Nov. 20th, 1837. 

Powys, Hon. Henry, son of Thomas, 1st Baron Lilford. Entered 1798 ; 
left 1803-4. Capt. 83rd Regt. ; served in the Peninsular War. DIED 
in Spain of wounds received at the siege of Badajoz, April 1812. 

Castell, son of Castell, Esq., Banker, London. Entered 1795 ; left 1802-3. 

Ramsden, George, son of Capt. G. Ramsden (O.H.), 15th Hussars. Entered 
1798 ; left 1803-4. Lieut.-Col. 1st Guards ; served in the Peninsular 
War ; A.D.C. to Gen. Houghton at Albuera. DIED at Bordeaux, 
Nov. 29th, 1820. 

Calthorpe, Hon. George Gough, son of Henry, 1st Baron Calthorpe. Entered 
1800; left 1803-4. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1808; succ. as 3rd 
Baron, 1807. DIED at Lyons, Sept. 1851. 

Powlett, Hon. Thomas Orde-, son of Thomas, 1st Baron Bolton. Entered 
1796; left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1810; of Bolton Hall, 
Yorks. ; well known on the turf. DIED Jan. 31st, 1843. 

Knox, Thomas, son of the Hon. T. Knox, 2nd Viscount Northland, 1818, 
and 1st Earl of Ranfurly, 1831. Entered 1797; left 1803-4. M.P. 
Dungannon, 1820-30 and 1837-8; succ. as 2nd Earl, 1840. DIED 
March 21st, 1858. 

Buckley. Entered 1796 ; left 1800-2. 

Clements, Hon. Robert Clotworthy, son of Robert, 1st Earl of Leitrim. En- 
tered 1798 ; left 1803-4. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; joined 1st Guards, 1806 ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1823 ; served in Flanders and at Waterloo, where he was 
wounded ; Searcher, Packer, and Gauger at the Port of Dublin. DIED 
July 1828. 

Elphinstone, William George Keith Fullerton-, son of the Hon. W. Fullerton- 
Elphinstone, H.E.I.C.S. Entered 1798 ; left 1803-4. Joined 41st 
Regt. 1804 ; afterwards in the 93rd Regt., Grenadier Guards, 15th 
Light Dragoons, 8th West India Regt., and 33rd Regt. ; Major-Gen. 
1837 ; served at Waterloo ; commanded Benares division of the 
Bengal army, 1839 ; selected to take command of the British army 
at Cabul, 1841 ; C.B. DIED at Cabul just previous to the great 
disaster, April 23rd, 1842. 



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Lloyd, John Arthur, son of F. Lloyd, Esq., M.P., Leaton Knolls, Shrewsbury. 
Entered 1799 ; Monitor, 1804 ; Head of the School, 1805 ; Capt. 
of Lord Byron's XL v. Eton, 1805 ; left 1805. Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1812 ; of Leaton Knolls ; J.P., D.L., and Deputy- 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Salop. DIED 1864. 

Macdonald, Hon. Dudley Stewart Erskine, son of Alexander, 1st Baron Mac- 
donald. Entered 1799; left 1802-3. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.A. 1806. 
DIED Aug. 26th, 1840. 

Dash wood, George, son of Sir H. W. Dashwood, 3rd Barb., of Kirtlington 
Park. Entered 1798; left 1800-2. Succ. as 4th Barb. 1828. DIED 
Sept. 22nd, 1861. 

Grenside, John, son of J. Grenside, Esq., New Broad Street, E.C. Entered 
1799 ; left 1803 3 . Glasgow Univ. ; for some years a Corn Merchant 
in London ; afterwards resided at Hastings ; J.P. Sussex. DIED 
May 18th, 1873. 

Whitmore, Charles Blaney Cavendish, son of T. Whitmore, Esq., Apley, 
Salop. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 
1811 ; Rector of Stockton, Salop, 1811-56. DIED Oct. 30th, 1856. 

O'Brien, Stafford, son of H. O'Brien, Esq., Blatherwycke Park, Wansford. 
Entered 1799; left 1800-2. Of Blatherwycke Park; J.P. Northants. 
and Rutland (High Sheriff, 1809); well-known as a sportsman. DIED 
March 4th, 1864. 

Ellis, W. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 

Frazer. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Warde. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Lane, John, son of T. Lane, Esq., Ley ton Grange, Essex. Entered 1800 ; 
left 1803-4. Of Ley ton Grange. DIED Jan. 16th, 1852. 

Chaplin, Charles, son of C. Chaplin, Esq., Blankney, Sleaford. Entered 1800 ; 
Monitor, 1804 ; left 1804-5. Of Blankney ; M. P. Stamford, 1809-12 ; 
Lines. 1818-31 ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. DIED May 1859. 

Ponsonby. Entered 1799 ; left 1800. 

Payler, James. Entered 1800; left 1803. Joined 17th Regt. 1803; Col. 
1838 ; served in Sicily, 1806-7, and in the Peninsular War (present 
with Sir John Moore during the retreat to Corunna and at the battles 
of Fuentes d'Onoro, the Nivelle, and Nive, and the siege of Ciudad 
Rodrigo ; medal with 4 clasps). DIED April 15th, 1854. 

Payler. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Casamajor. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Molloy, Charles Robert Manners, son of A. J. Molloy, Esq., Plymouth. En- 
tered 1800 ; left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 1st Guards ; 
retired as Capt. DIED June 3rd, 1824. 

Bampfylde, George Warwick, son of Sir C. W. Bampfylde, 5th Bart. Entered 
1800; left 1802-3. Succ. as 6th Bart. 1823; created Baron Polti- 
more, 1831 ; Lord-in- Waiting. DIED Dec. 19th, 1858. 

Maycoek, James Dottin. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. M.D. ; practised at 
Clifton ; purchased property in Barbados. DIED June 16th, 1835. 

SECOND FOURTH FORM. 

Bouverie, Hon. Philip Pleydell-, son of Jacob, 2nd Earl of Radnor. Entered 
1797 ; left 1803-4. Banker in London ; of Brymore, Bridgwater ; 
M.P. Cockermouth, 1830-1 ; Downton, 1831-2 ; Berks. 1857-65 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1843) ; D.L. London. DIED 
May 23rd, 1872. 

Raynsford, Edward Montague, son of N. Raynsford, Esq., Brixworth, North- 
ants. Entered 1795 ; left 1800-2. Capt. Cape Regt. KILLED by 
a fall from a precipice on Table Mountain, July 23rd, 1808. 



1800] JOSEPH DRURY. 7 

Wildman, Thomas, son of T. Wildman, Esq., Bactoii Hall, Suffolk. Entered 
1797 ; Monitor, 1804 ; left 1805. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined 9th Lancers, 
1808 ; transferred to 7th Light Dragoons ; retired as Col. ; served 
in the Peninsular War (present with Sir John Moore in the retreat 
to Corunna and in numerous other actions) and at Waterloo as A.D.C. 
to Lord Anglesey ; purchased Newstead Abbey from Lord Byron, 
1818; J.P. and D.L. Notts. (High Sheriff, 1821); Col. Sherwood 
Rangers ; Equerry to the Duke of Sussex. DIED Sept. 20th, 1859. 
Thompson, George Lowthsr, son of G. W. Thompson, Esq., Manchester. 
Entered 1799; left 1802. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1808; M.A. 1811. 
Norris, Richard. Entered 1796 ; left 1803-4. Of Basing Park, Alton, and 

Abington Hall, Cambs. DIED April 25th, 1841. 
Forbes, John. Entered 1797 ; left 1801-2. 

Temple, Hon. William, son of Henry, 2nd Viscount Palmerston. Entered 
1798 ; left 1803-4. St. John's Coll. Camb., M.A. 1808 ; Minister at 
Naples, 1832-5G. DIED Aug. 24th, 1856. 

Franks, William, son of W. Franks, Esq., Beech Hill, Barnet. Entered 
1798; Monitor, 1804; Head of the School, 1805; left 1805 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1812 ; of Woodhill, Hatfield ; J.P. 
Herts. ; F.R.S. DIED Nov. 14th, 1860. 

Drummond, George Harley, son of G. Drummond, Esq., Stanmore. Entered 
1798 ; left 1800. Banker ; of Stanmore and Drumtochty, N.B. ; 
M.P. Kincardine, 1812-20. DIED 
Allen, John Penn, son of A. Allen, Esq., London. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 

Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1808; M.A. 1818. 

Allen, Thomas Dawson, twin brother of the above. Entered 1799 ; left 
1803-4. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1808 ; M.A. 1810 ; Rector of North 
Cerney, Glos., 1827-75. DIED Oct. llth, 1875. 

Baker, George Augustus, son of Sir R. Baker, 1st Bart., of Upper Dunstable 
House. Entered 1799; left 1803-4. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1811 ; M.A. 1815 ; P.C. of Godney Meare, Somerset, 1835-41 ; Rector 
of Fingest-cum-Ibstone, Bucks., 1841-66. DIED March 4th, 1866. 
Baker, Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 
Baker. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 

St. George, Charles Manners, son of Lieut.-Col. R. St. George, Hatley St. 
George, Carrick-on-Shannon. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813 ; entered Diplomatic Service; Sec. of Legation 
at Stockholm ; of Hatley St. George ; High Sheriff of Leitrim, 1839. 
DIED at Florence, Nov. 22nd, 1864. 

Annesley, Arthur, son of A. Annesley, Esq., Bletchington Park, Oxon. En- 
tered 1799; left 1800-2. Succ. as 10th Viscount Valentia, 1844. 
DIED Dec. 30th, 1863. 
Spencer. Entered 1795 ; left 1800-2. 

Adair, Robert Shafto, son of W. Adair, Esq., Ballymena, Co. Antrim. Entered 
1799; left 1803-4. Created a Bart. 1838; High Sheriff of Suffolk, 
1846. DIED Feb. 24th, 1869. 

Thomson, Andrew Henry, son of J. Thomson, Esq., Waverley Abbey, Surrey. 
Entered 1798 ; left 1803-4. Russian Merchant in London ; assumed 
the name of Poulett-Thomson, 1814. DIED 1839. 

Turner, Gregory Osborne Page-, son of Sir G. Page-Turner, 3rd Bart. Entered 
1799; left 1803-4. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1809; D.C.L. 1818; 
succ. as 4th Bart. 1805 ; Donor of the School Clock. DIED March 6th, 
1843. 

Ponsonby. Entered 1799; left 1800-2. 
Bacon. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 
Wood. Entered 1800 j left 1800-2. 



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LOWER FOURTH FORM. 

Murray, Charles, son of Lord George Murrav, Bishop of St. Davids. Entered 
1798; left 1802-3. In Bengal Civil Service. DIED 1808. 

Rowley, William Barrington Harland, son of Sir W. Rovley (O.H.), 2nd Bart., 
of Tendring Hall. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Of Headington, 
Oxford. DIED Oct. 24th, 1830. 

O'Brien, Donatus, son of H. O'Brien, Esq., Blatherwycke Park, Wansford. 
Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. Of Tixover House, Stamford. DIED 
May 29th, 1832. 

Taylor. Entered 1798 ; left 1803-4. 

Corry. Entered 1797; left 1800-2. 

Chetwynd, George, son of Sir G. Chetwynd, 1st Bart. Entered 1798; left 
1800-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister 1813 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1 824 ; 
M.P. Stafford, 1820-6. DIED May 24th, 1850. 

Milles. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Herbert. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Herbert. Entered 1799; left 1802-3. 

Clayton, Nathaniel, son of N. Clayton, Esq., Chesters, Hexham. Entered 
1798; Monitor, 1804; left 1804-5. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1810; 
M.A. 1812; Fellow, 1833; Barrister, 1812; of Chesters; Com- 
missioner of Bankrupts. DIED July 1st, 1856. 

Peel, Robert (Mr. M. Drurtfs), son of Sir R. Peel, 1st Bart. Entered 1800 ; 
Monitor, 1804 ; left 1804 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics and 
Mathematics; B.A. 1808; M.A. 1814; D.C.L. 1817; the famous 
Statesman and Prime Minister. DIED July 2nd, 1850. 

Williams, William, son of R. Williams, Esq., Aberpergwm, Glamorgan. 
Entered 1800 ; left 1803-4. St. John's Coll. Camb. ; of Aberpergwm ; 
Great traveller and encourager of Cambrian literature ; wrote under 
Bardic name of Gwladwr. DIED March 17th, 1855. 

Tomkyns, Thomas, son of the Rev. W. M. Tomkyns, Amwell Vicarage, Herts. 
Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Certificated Conveyancer, 1812 ; of 
64, Lincoln's Inn Fields ; F.S.A. DIED about 1830. 

Arthur, James. Entered 1797 ; left 1800-2. In Army. 

Sage, Charles Arthur, son of J. Sage, Esq. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1808. 

Dawkins, Henry, son of H. Dawkins, Esq., Over Norton, Chipping Norton. 
Entered 1800; left 1803-4. Joined 3rd Guards, 1804; retired as 
Col. 1846 ; served in Peninsular War (wounded at Bayonne ; medal 
with 6 clasps) and at Waterloo (medal) ; of Over Norton ; M.P. 
Boroughbridge, 1820-30 ; J.P. and D.L. Oxon. DIED Nov. 13th, 1864. 

UPPER THIRD FORM. 

Bowater, Edward, son of Admiral E. Bowater, Hampton Court, Middlesex. 
Entered 1798 ; left 1804. Joined 3rd Guards, 1804 ; served at the 
siege of Copenhagen, 1807 ; in the Peninsular War (medal and 5 clasps) 
and at Quatre Bras and Waterloo ; wounded at Talavera and Water- 
loo ; retired as Major-Gen. 1837 ; Gen. 1854 ; Col. 49th Regt. ; 
Equerry to Prince Albert, and Groom-in- Waiting to Queen Victoria ; 
K.C.H. DIED at Cannes while in charge of Prince Leopold, Dec. 14th, 
1861. 

Carpenter, George, son of Capt. the Hon. C. Carpenter, R.N. Entered 1797 ; 
left 1803-4. In 1st Guards ; succ. as 3rd Earl of Tyrconnell, 1805 ; 
joined the Russian Army as a Volunteer, and served against Napoleon. 
DIED at Wilna, Russia, during the pursuit of the French, Dec. 20th, 
1812. 



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Lawrence, Morton William. Entered 1798 ; left 1804-5. Of 8, Abbey Place, 

St. John's Wood. DIED June 22nd, 1841. 
Boldero, Henry, son of E. G. Boldero, Esq. Entered 1798 ; left 1804-5. 

Banker ; subsequently joined 14th Eegt. ; served at Waterloo ; of 

South Lodge, near Horsham. DIED March 1st, 1859. 
Annesley, Charles Annesley Francis, son of A. Annesley, Esq., Bletchington 

Park, Oxon. Entered 1799; left 1805 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1809; 

M.A. 1813 ; Fellow of All Souls ; in Holy Orders ; of Eydon Hall, 

Northants. DIED Sept. 26th, 1863. 
Lowther, William, son of Sir W. Lowther, 2nd Bart., 2nd Viscount Lowther, 

1802, and 1st Earl of Lonsdale, 1807. Entered 1796; left 1803-4. 

Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1808 ; Viscount Lowther, 1807 ; M.P. Cocker- 
mouth, 1808-13 ; Westmorland, 1813-31 and 1832-41 ; Dunwich, 

1831-2 ; called up to the House of Lords in his father's Barony, 1841 ; 

succ. as 2nd Earl, 1844 ; Lord of the Admiralty, 1809-10 ; Lord of 

the Treasury, 1813-26 ; First Commr. of Woods and Forests, 1828-30 ; 

Treasurer of the Navy and Vice-President of the Board of Trade, 

1834-5 ; Postmaster-General, 1841-5 ; Lord President of the Council, 

1 852 ; Lord-Lieut, of Westmorland and Cumberland. DIED March 4th, 

1872. 

O'Beirne. Entered 1798 ; left 1803-4. 
Drummond, Robert, son of H. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Left 1800-2. 

Lieut. R.N. DIED June 17th, 1811. 
Sowerby, George Brettingham, son of J. Sowerby, Esq., Lambeth. Entered 

1798 ; left 1800-2. Well-known Conchologist and Author of Concho- 

logical works ; F.L.S. DIED July 26th, 1854. 
Headfort, Thomas, Viscount, son of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Bective, 1st Marquis 

of Headfort, 1800. Entered 1798 ; Earl of Bective, 1800 ; left 1803-4. 

Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1811 ; succ. as 2nd Marquis, 1829; created 

Baron Kenlis (U.K.), 1831 ; Lord-in- Waiting, 1837-41 ; Lord-Lieut. 

of Cavan ; K.P. ; P.C. (I.). DIED Dec. 6th, 1870. 
Meynell, Henry, son of H. Meynell, Esq., Hoar Cross, Staffs. Entered 1797 ; 

left 1802-3. Entered R.N. 1803 ; retired as Rear-Adm. 1851 ; Adm. 

1862 ; M.P. Lisburn, 1826-47 ; Gentleman Usher to George IV. 

and William IV. ; Groom-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria, 1841-5. 

DIED at Paris, March 24th, 1865. 
Hartington, Marquis of, son of William, 5th Duke of Devonshire. Entered 

1798; left 1804-5. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1810; LL.D. 1811; 

succ. as 6th Duke, 1811 ; Ambassador Extraordinary to Russia, 1826 ; 

Lord Chamberlain, 1827-8 and 1830-4 ; Lord-Lieut, of Devonshire ; 

K.G. ; Kt. of Russian Order of St. Andrew and St. Alexander Newski. 

DIED Jan. 18th, 1858. 
Ramsden, John Charles, son of Sir J. Ramsden, 4th Bart. Entered 1798 ; 

left 1805 2 . Of Buckden and Newby Park, Yorks. ; M.P. Malton, 

1812-31 and 1833-6 ; Yorks. 1831-2. DIED Dec. 29th, 1836. 
Drury, William James Joseph, son of the Rev. M. Drury, Harrow. Entered 

1795; Monitor, 1805; Head of the School, 1807; left 1808. B.A. 

1811; M.A. 1814; Assistant Master at Harrow, 1811-26; Chaplain 

of the English Chapel at Brussels and to the King of the Belgians, 

1829-78. DIED Feb. 7th, 1878. 
Doveton, Frederick, son of F. Doveton, Esq., Blackheath. Entered 1798 ; 

left 1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1813 ; Rector of South 

Normanton, Derbyshire, 1819-71. DIED 1871. 
King, Charles, son of R. King, Esq., U.S.A. Ministry, London. Entered 

1799 ; left 1804-5. In business in New York ; editor of the New 

York American and the Courier and Enquirer, 1827-49 ; President 

of Columbia Coll., U.S.A., 1849-63. DIED in Italy, Oct. 1867. 



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King, John Alsop, brother of the above. Entered 1799 ; left 1804-5. Bar- 
rister, New York ; Sec. of Legation in London, 1825 ; elected to 
Congress, 1849 ; Gov. of New York, 1857-60. DIED July 7th, 1867. 

Pechell, George Richard, son of Sir T. Pechell, 2nd Bart. Entered 1799 ; 
assumed the name of Brooke-Pechell, 1801 ; left 1803. Entered R.N. 
1803 ; retired as Rear-Adm. 1852 ; Vice-Adm. 1858 ; served in the 
French War ; M.P. Brighton, 1835-60 ; Gentleman Usher of the 
Privy Chamber and Equerry to Queen Adelaide ; succ. as 4th Bart. 
1849. DIED June 29th, 1860. 

Milnes. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. 

Knox, John Henry, son of the Hon. T. Knox, 2nd Viscount Northland, 1818, 
and 1st Earl of Ranfurly, 1831. Entered 1800; left 1803-4. Col. 
in the Army; M.P. Newry, 1826-32. DIED Aug. 27th, 1872. 

Gibson, John Edgar, son of J. Gibson, Esq., Ramsgate. Entered 1799 ; 
Monitor, 1805 ; left 1806-7. St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1810 ; M.A. 
1813; Rector of Bermondsey, 1827-59. DIED 1859. 

Rogers, Thomas. Entered 1800 ; Monitor, 1805 ; left 1807-8. Sidney 
Sussex Coll. Camb., B.A. 1811 ; M.A. 1814 ; Fellow of Sidney Sussex 
Coll. ; Chaplain of Norfolk Island, 1845. DIED about 1860. 

SECOND THIRD FORM. 

McNabb, James Munro. Entered 1799 ; left 1805-7. H.E.I.C.S. ; of High- 
field Park, Winchfield. DIED about 1858. 

Shakespear, Arthur, son of J. Shakespear, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., Brookwood, 
Hants. Entered 1796 ; Played in Lord Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805 ; 
left 1805 2 . In 7th and 10th Light Dragoons ; retired as Capt. ; served 
in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo ; A.D.C. to Lord Combermere. 
DIED 1845. 

Britteridge (or Brittridge). Entered 1798 ; left 1804-5. 

Butticaz. Entered 1798; left 1803-4. 

Rich, John, son of the Rev. Sir C. Rich, 1st Bart. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1819 ; Rector of Cheddington, 
Bucks., 1819-21 ; Vicar of Ivinghoe, Bucks., 1821-46 ; Rector of 
Newtimber, Sussex, 1846-56. DIED June 24th, 1856. 

Rich, William Osborne, brother of the above. Entered 1799; left 1803-4. 
DIED March 24th, 1848. 

Christie. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Stephenson. Entered 1798 ; left 1803-4. 

Platt, Thomas Joshua, son of T. Platt, Esq., Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, 
W.C. Entered 1799; left 1806-7. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1810 ; M.A. 1814 ; Barrister, 1816 ; K.C. 1834 ; Baron of the 
Exchequer, and Knighted, 1845 ; retired 1856. DIED Feb. 10th, 1862. 

Price. Entered 1798; left 1800-2. 

LOWER THIRD FORM. 

Drummond, Charles, son of C. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Entered 
1798; left 1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; Active Partner in Drummonds, 
Bankers, London. DIED Aug. 23rd, 1858. 

Drummond, Spencer Rodney, son of H. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. 
Entered 1800 ; left 1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1813 ; M.A. 1815 ; 
Rector of Swarraton, Hants., 1830-31 ; Chaplain Sussex County 
Hospital, 1831-43; P.C. of St. John's Brighton, 1843-62. DIED 
March 7th, 1882. 

Morgan. Entered 1799; left 1805-7. 



1800] JOSEPH DRURY. 11 

Fremantle, John, son of Gen. S. F. Fremantle, Col. 39th Regt. Entered 
1800; left 1800-2. Joined 3rd Guards, 1805; Major-Gen. 1841; 
served in the Buenos Aires Expedition, 1806, where he was taken 
prisoner, and throughout the Peninsular War, where he was present 
at most of the actions, and was A.D.C. and Private Sec. to the Duke 
of Wellington ; brought home the despatches announcing the victories 
of Vittoria and Orthes ; A.D.C. to Duke of Wellington at Waterloo ; 
D.A.G. in Jamaica ; C.B. DIED April 6th, 1845. 

Blackburn, William, son of W. Blackburn, Esq., Southwark. Entered 1798; 
left 1805 2 . St. Peter's Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1814 ; of Bloomsbury 
Square. DIED June 19th, 1846. 

Colt, John Hamilton. Entered 1799; left 1802-3. Of Gartsherrie, N.B. 
DIED 1840. 

Burrow (or Burrowe, or Burro wes). Entered 1799 ; left 1805-7. 

Ramsden, William, son of Sir J. Ramsden, 4th Bart. Entered 1798 ; left 

1803-4. Entered R .N. ; Rear-Adm. 1852 ; of Oxton Hall, Yorks. 

DIED Dec. 30th, 1852. 

Lascelles, E. Entered 1798 ; left 1800-2. 

Field. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Rowley, Joshua Ricketts, son of Sir W. Rowley (O.H.), 2nd Bart., of Tendring 

Hall. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. Entered R.N. ; Vice-Adm. 1855 ; 

succ. as 3rd Bart. 1832. DIED March 18th, 1857. 

TERENCE. 

Wilkinson. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Grenfell, Charles Pascoe, son of P. Grentell, Esq., Taplow House, Taplow, 

Bucks. Entered 1799 ; left 1807-8. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Copper Smelter ; 

Director of the Bank of England ; of Taplow Court, Bucks. ; M.P. 

Preston, 1847-52 and 1857-67. DIED March 21st, 1867. 
Grenfell, George Granville, brother of the above. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 

Exeter Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1813. DIED 1852. 
Heath, John Benjamin. Entered 1798 ; Fag to Lord Byron ; left 1804-5. 

Italian Merchant ; for many years Sardinian and Italian Consul- 

General in England ; a Governor of the Bank of England ; created 

a Baron of the kingdom of Italy ; F.R.S. ; F.S.A. DIED Jan. 16th, 

1879. 
Poulett, Hon. William, son of John, 4th Earl Poulett. Entered 1799 ; left 

1803-4. In 13th Light Dragoons. DIED Nov. 28th, 1805. 
Brockman, William, son of J. D. Brockman, Esq., Beachborough, Hythe. 

Entered 1800 ; Played in Lord Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805 ; left 1805-7. 

Queens' Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1815 ; in Holy Orders ; of 

Beachborough. DIED Aug. 3rd, 1847. 
Commerell, John, son of Major J. W. Commerell (O.H.), Strood Park, Horsham. 

Entered 1799 ; left 1805-7. M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED Feb. 27th, 

1836. 

UNPLACED. 

Connop, John, son of N. Connop, Esq., Enfield, Middlesex. Entered 1800 ; 
left 1800-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1809; M.A. 1812; in 
Holy Orders ; of Bradfield Hall, near Reading. DIED Aug. 1 1th, 1864. 

Connop, Newell, brother of the above. Entered 1800; left 1804-5. No 
profession ; of Honeylands, near Waltham Abbey ; Treasurer of 
the Society for Building and Repairing Churches ; a munificent con- 
tributor to Church funds. DIED June 30th, 1850. 



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Morgan. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Morgan. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. 

Clinton, Robert Cotton St. John, Baron, son of Robert, 17th Baron Clinton. 
Succ. as 18th Baron 1797. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. Joined 
16th Dragoons, 1805; transferred to 41st Regt. 1812; Col. 1825; 
A.D.C. to the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsula ; sent home with 
the despatches of the battle of Salamanca ; Lord of the Bedchamber, 
1827-32. DIED in Italy, Oct. 1832. 

Swinburne, Edward, son of Sir J. E. Swinburne, 6th Bart. Entered 1800 ; 
left 1802-3. Joined 29th Regt. 1809 ; served in the Peninsular War ; 
of Calgarth, Windermere. DIED Nov. 14th, 1855. 

Mackenzie. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. DIED in India. 

Mackenzie. Entered 1800; left 1803-4. 

Sneyd, Lewis, son of the Rev. R. Sneyd, The Vicarage, Rye. Entered 1800 ; 
left 1805 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1813 ; Fellow of All 
Souls, 1809-27 ; Warden of All Souls and Rector of East Lockinge, 
Berks., 1827-58. DIED Feb. 21st, 1858. 

Baker. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Morgan. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2. 

Wilkinson. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 

Spencer, Hon. Robert Cavendish, son of George, 2nd Earl Spencer. Entered 
1800; left 1803-4. Entered R.N. 1804; Capt. 1814; served in the 
French and American Wars and saw much service ; Private Sec. to 
the Duke of Clarence when Lord High Admiral ; Groom of the Bed- 
chamber, 1828-30; Surveyor-Gen, of the Ordnance, 1830; K.C.H. 
DIED while in command of H.M.S. Madagascar at Alexandria, Nov. 4th, 
1830. 

Daniel. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Felix, Orlando, son of Dr. Felix, Bristol. Entered 1800 ; left 1803-4. Joined 
95th Regt. 1814 ; Major-Gen. 1857 ; served at Quatre Bras (wounded) 
and Waterloo ; afterwards for some years on the Staff in India ; 
well known as an Egyptologist. DIED at Geneva, April 5th, 1860. 

Felix, Robert Rochford, brother of the above. Entered 1800 ; left 1803-4. 
Entered R.N. 1806 ; retired as Capt. KILLED by his horse falling 
with him into a stone quarry, Aug. 30th, 1844. 

Down, Henry, son of R. Down, Esq., Bartholomew Lane, E.C. Entered 
1800 ; left 1808-9. Banker. DIED Nov. 27th, 1859. 

Down, Richard, brother of the above. Entered 1800 ; left 1805-7. Capt. 
Dragoons ; of Grand Parade, Brighton. DIED Nov. 9th, 1857. 

Moody. Entered 1800; left 1805-7. 

Baynes, William,' son of Sir C. Baynes, 1st Bart. Entered 1800 ; left 1804-5. 
Supercargo-in-Chief H.E.I.C.'s factory at Canton ; married Julia, 
daughter of Gen. Sir John Smith, the first European lady who ventured 
openly to Canton ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1837. DIED Jan. 1st, 1866. 

Adair. Entered 1800 ; left 1802-3. 

Moriarty, Henry, son of Capt. Moriarty, R.N. Entered 1800 ; left 1803-4. 
Capt. 28th Regt. DIED at Paris Aug. 30th, 1852. 

De Bathe, James Wynne Butler (Druries), son of Sir J. M. De Bathe, 1st 
Bart. Entered 1800 ; left 1808 2 . Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1808. DIED 
Aug. 21st, 1828. 

De Bathe, William Plunkett, brother of the above. Entered 1800 ; left 
1805-7. Joined 85th Regt. ; transferred to 53rd Regt. ; retired 
as Lieut.-Col. ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1828 ; Lieut.-Col. Meath Militia ; 
K.F.M. (Naples). DIED March 10th, 1870. 



isooj JOSEPH DRUR. 13 

Dury, Theodore, son of Col. A. Dury, Hadley, Herts. Entered 1800 ; Monitor, 
1805 ; Capt. Cricket XI. ; left 1806. Pembroke Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1811; M.A. 1830; Rector of Keighley, Yorks., 1814-40 ; of Westmill, 
Herts., 1840-50 ; Chaplain to Duke of Devonshire. DIED 1850. 

Boldero, John Stephen, son of E. G. Boldero, Esq. Entered 1800 ; left 
1804-5. Haileybury Coll. 1806-8; H.E.I.C.S. 1810-52; Judge of 
Agra. DIED Nov. 24th, 1858. 

Webster, Henry Vassell, son of Sir G. Webster, 4th Bart. Left 1800-2. Lieut.- 
Col. 9th Light Dragoons ; served as A.D.C. to the Prince of Orange 
at Waterloo (medal) ; Knighted 1843 ; Kt. of the Tower and Sword 
(Portugal) and of Wilhelm of the Netherlands. DIED April 19th, 1847. 

Bernard, Thomas Tyringham, son of Sir S. Bernard (O.K.), 4th Bart. Entered 
1800 ; also at Westminster and Eton ; shared Lord Byron's bedroom 
at Harrow ; left 1804-5. From Eton he went to Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. 
Aylesbury, 1857-65 ; succ. as 6th Bart. 1876 ; J.P. Bucks. (High 
Sheriff, 1816) ; dined with the Guards at Brussels on the eve of their 
departure for Waterloo. DIED May 8th, 1883, when the Baronetcy 
became extinct. 

Cottingham. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

PH^DRUS. 

Annesley, Francis, son of A. Annesley, Esq., Bletchington Park, Oxon. 

Entered 1800; left 1803-4. DIED in India, 1811. 
Browne (or Brown). Entered 1798 ; left 1805 2 . 
Peters, Henry, son of H. Peters, Esq., Betchworth Castle, Dorking. Entered 

1799; left 1805-7. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813 ; M.A. 1817 ; M.P. 

Beverley, 1830-37 ; of Hotham Hall, Yorks. ; J.P. and D.L. Surrey ; 

assumed the name of Burton-Peters, 1822. DIED about 1875. 
Bush, James, son of J. Bush, Esq, (O.H.), Doctors' Common, E.C. Entered 

1799 ; Fag to Lord Byron ; left 1808-9. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1814 ; 

M.A. 1816 ; Rector of South Luffenham, Rutland, 1828-47. DIED 

Dec. llth, 1849. 
Biscoe, Thomas Henry, son of V. H. Biscoe, Esq., Bloomsbury. Entered 

1799; left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1812; Haileybury Coll. 

1812-13 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1814-41 ; Judge at Allahabad. DIED 1862. 
Hale. Entered 1799 ; left 1802-3. 
Platt, Charles, son of T. Platt, Esq., Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, W.C. 

Entered 1800; left 1805-7. Solicitor, 1811. DIED June 17th, 1823. 
Elphinstone, James Drummond Fullerton-, son of the Hon. W. Fullerton- 

Elphinstone, H.E.I.C.S. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Lieut.-Col. 

7th Light Dragoons ; wounded and taken prisoner at battle of Genappe, 

1815 ; of Carberry Tower, Musselburgh ; assumed the name of Buller- 

Fullerton-Elphinstone, 1824. DIED March 8th, 1857. 
Trapaud. Entered 1800 ; left 1804-5. 

Clements, John Marcus, son of the Rt. Hon. H. T. Clements, Paymaster- 
Gen, for Ireland. Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Lieut.-Col. 18th 

Light Dragoons ; of Glenboy, Leitrim ; M.P. Leitrim, 1820-26 and 

1830-32. DIED 1833. 
Milnes. Entered 1799 ; left 1800-2.. 
Lawrence. Entered 1800 ; left 1808 9. 
Blackburn. Entered 1798; left 18023. 
Lane, Charles, son of T. Lane, Esq., Ley ton Grange, Essex. Entered 1800 ; 

left 1804-5. Trin. Coll. Camb. and Queen's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1815; 

M.A. 1817 ; P.C. of Bognor, 1834-8 ; Rector of Deal, 1838-45 ; Rector 

of Wrotharn, Kent, 1845-79; Hon. Canon of Canterbury. DIED 

March 23rd, 1879. 



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Grove, William, son of T. Grove, Esq., Feme, near Salisbury. Entered 1799 ; 

left 1800-2. Capt. R.N. ; of Netherhampton House, Wilts. DIED 

Aug. 1st, 1855. 
Leigh, Chandos (Mrs. Lcith's), son of J. H. Leigh, Esq., Stoneleigh Abbey, 

Kenilworth. Entered 1799; left 1808-9. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; created 

Baron Leigh, 1839 ; author of several volumes of poems. DIED at 

Bonn, Sept. 27th, 1850. 
Drury, George Dominico (H.B.), son of the Rev. M. Drury, Harrow. Entered 

1798 ; Head of the School, 1809 ; left 1809-10. Haileybury Coll. 

1811-12; H.E.I.C.S. 1830-50; Commissioner for Government of 

Mysore, 1832-42 ; Chief Secretary to Government and a Member 

of Board of Revenue, 1842-50. DIED Aug. 5th, 1870. 
Poole, Domville Halsted- Cud worth-, son of D. Halsted-Cudworth-Poole, Esq., 

Lymm, Cheshire. Entered 1800; left 1803-4. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; 

of Marbury Hall, Cheshire ; Capt. Cheshire Militia. DIED Jan. 10th, 

1867. 
Brockman, Henry Lynch, son of J. D. Brockman, Esq., Beachborough, Hythe. 

Entered 1800 ; left 1805-7. In 43rd Regt. ; served in the Peninsular 

War. DIED at Elvas, Portugal, Sept. 23rd, 1809. 
Sage. Entered 1800 ; left 1803-4. 

The following were also in the School at Christmas 1800, though their 
names do not appear in the above list: 

Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke, Bart., son of Sir T. D. Acland, 9th Bart. Succ. 

as 10th Bart. 1794. Entered 1799; Monitor, 1804; left 1804. Ch. 

Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1808; M.A. 1814; D.C.L. 1831 ; M.P. Devon, 1812-18 

and 1820-31 ; N. Devon, 1837-57. DIED July 22nd, 1871. 
Allott, Richard, son of R. Allott, Esq., Armagh. Entered 1798 ; left 1801. 

Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 1808 ; Fellow of Trin. 

Coll. 

Bevan, Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 

Burrow (or Burrowe, or Burrowes). Entered 1800 ; left 1800 3 . 

Drummond, John, son of J. Drummond, Esq., London. Entered Nov. 1800 ; 

left 1805-7. Partner in Drummonds, Bankers, London ; of Redenham, 

Bucks. ; J.P. Bucks. DIED Feb. 10th, 1861. 
Gardener. Entered 1800 ; left 1808-9. 
Grant, Charles, son of R. Grant, Esq., of Wester Elchies, Morayshire. Entered 

1798 ; left 1803-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; lived in the Isle of Wight. DIED 

May 12th, 1828. 

Johnston. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 
Lufflngham. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 
Ponsonby. Entered 1800 ; left 1800-2. 
Smith, Abel, son of S. Smith, Esq., Woodhall Park, Hertford. Entered 1800 ; 

left 1805. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Woodhall Park ; M.P. Herts. 1835- 

47 ; J.P. and D.L. Herts. DIED Feb. 23rd, 1859. 
Strong, Thomas Linwood, son of C. S. Strong, Esq., Limpsfield, Surrey. 

Entered 1799 ; left 1803-4. Oriel Coll. Oxf., 2nd Class Classics and 

Mathematics; B.A. 1807; M.A. 1810; B.D. 1817; Rector of Titsey, 

Surrey, 1811-22; of St. Michael, Queenhithe, London, 1822-44; of 

Sedgefield, Durham, 1844-65 ; Hon. Canon of Durham. DIED 

Sept. 26th, 1865. 

Ward, John, son of W. Z. L. Ward, Esq., Guilsborough Hall, Northants. 
Entered 1800; Monitor, 1809; left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; of 
Guilsborough Hall and Brownsover Hall, Rugby ; assumed the 
additional names of Boughton-Leigh, 1831. DIED June 18th, 1868. 



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ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1801. 

Adair, William Robert, son of W. Adair, Esq., Ballymena, Co. Antrim. DIED 
at Harrow, 1802-3, while still a member of the School. 

Adey, Daniel Goodson, son of D. Adey, Esq., Combe House, Wotton-under- 
Edge. Left 1802-3. Of Markyate Cell, Dunstable ; Poor Law Com- 
missioner ; offered and refused the Governorship of Lower Canada, 
1835. DIED Dec. 24th, 1872. 

Baker, Robert George, son of W. Baker, Esq., M.P., Bayfordbury, Hertford. 
Left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1810; M.A. 1813; Vicar of 
Fulham, 1834-71 ; Prebendary of St. Paul's. DIED Feb. 21st, 1878. 

Bellingham. Left 1801-2. 

Bush, Atkinson, son of J. Bush, Esq. (O.H.), Doctors' Commons, E.C. Left 
1803-4. Exeter Coll. Oxf. DIED 1815. 

Campbell, Archibald, R. Left 1803-4. In Holy Orders. 

Dawson, George Robert, son of A. Dawson, Esq., M.P., Moyola Park, London- 
derry. Monitor, 1807 ; left 1807 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; 
B.A. 1811 ; ofMoyolaPark ; M. P. Londonderry Co. 1815-30 ; Harwich, 
1830-32 ; Under-Sec. Home Department, 1823-8 ; Sec. to the Treasury, 
1828-30; Sec. to the Admiralty, 1834-5; Commissioner of the Cus- 
toms, 1841-6 ; Deputy Chairman, 1846-56 ; P.C. ; the first Orange 
Member who declared for Catholic emancipation ; brother-in-law of 
Sir Robert Peel. DIED April 3rd, 1856. 

Dawson, Richard Thomas, son of R. Dawson, Esq., M.P., Ardee, Louth, 
Ireland. Left 1804-5. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Monaghan, 1812-13 ; 
succ. as 2nd Baron Cremorne, 1813. DIED March 21st, 1827. 

Douglas, William. Left 1803-4. In the Army. 

Douglas. Left 1802-3. 

Graham, Sir Bellingham Reginald, Bart., son of Sir B. Graham, 6th Bart., of 
Norton Conyers. Succ. as 7th Bart. 1796 ; left 1805-7. Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED June 15th, 1866. 

Grant, James William, son of R. Grant, Esq., of Wester Elchies, Morayshire. 
Left 1803-4. Bengal C.S. 1807-51 ; of Wester Elchies ; devoted 
himself to botany, natural history, and painting, and more especially 
to astronomy ; constructed an observatory at Elchies ; Hon. Fellow 
R.A.S. DIED Sept. 17th, 1865. 

Harington, Jam3S, son of Sir J. E. Harington, 8th Bart. Monitor, 1805 ; 
left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1831 ; Merchant and 
Judge at Patna, Bengal. DIED in India Jan. 5th, 1835. 

Horsley George, son of G. Z. Horsley, Esq., and nephew of Dr. S. Horsley, 
Bishop of Rochester. Monitor, 1808 ; left 1808-9. Trin. Hall, 
Camb., B.A. 1813 ; M.A. 1816 ; resided for some time at Geneva ; 
on his return to England he founded at Lambeth a religious sect, of 
which he styled himself " Bishop." DIED about 1890. 

Hunt, Aubrey, son of Sir V. Hunt, 1st Bart., of Curragh Chase. Left 1802-3. 
Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1818 ; assumed the name of De Vere, 1832 ; author 
of " Julian the Apostate " and other poems ; his sonnets were said 
by Wordsworth to be " the most perfect of our age." DIED July 5th, 
1846. 

Jackson. Left 1808-9. 

Kennedy, Thomas Francis, son of T. Kennedy, Esq., Dunure, Ayr, N.B. 
Left 1805. Edinburgh Univ. ; Advocate, 1811; M.P. Ayr Burghs, 
1818-34 ; Clerk of the Ordnance, 1832-3 ; Lord of the Treasury, 
1832-4 ; Paymaster of the Civil Service in Ireland, 1837-50 ; Com- 
missioner of Woods and Forests, 1850-54 ; P.C. (I.) ; of Dunure ; J.P. 
and D.L. Ayr. DIED April 1st, 1879. 



16 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1801 1 

Leeke, Thomas (Druries), son of R. Leeke, Esq., Longford Hall, Newport, 
Salop. Monitor, 1804; left 1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1810; 
Barrister, 1813 ; of Longford Hall ; J.P. Salop. DIED Dec. 25th, 1836. 

Murray, James Arthur, son of Lord W. Murray. Left 1803-4. Entered 
R.N. ; Vice-Adm. 1857. DIED March 6th, 1860. 

Palliser, John Bury, son of J. Palliser, Esq., Derryluskan, Co. Tipperary. 
Left 1804-5. Rector of Clonmel, Ireland. DIED April 8th, 1864. 

Palliser, Wray, brother of the above. Left 1804-5. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of 
Derryluskan, Tipperary, and Comragh, Waterford ; J.P. Cos. Water- 
ford and Tipperary ; Lieut. -Col. Waterford Mil. Art. DIED Nov. llth, 
1862. 

Parks, Richard Constantino (Mrs. Leith's), son of Capt. R. Parks, H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1805-7. Haileybury Coll. ; H.E.I.C.S. ; Registrar at Bardwan. 
DIED at sea, between Calcutta and Cape of Good Hope, Nov. 21st, 1818. 

Pitt. Left 1804-5. 

Procter, Bryan Waller, son of N. Procter, Esq., Gloucester Place, Camden 
Town, N.W. Left 1803-4. Solicitor, 1811 ; Barrister, 1831 ; Com- 
missioner in Lunacy, 1832-61 ; author of the works published under 
the assumed name of " Barry Cornwall." DIED Oct. 4th, 1874. 

Ramsden, William, son of Capt. G. Ramsden (O.H.), 15th Hussars. Left 
1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1828 ; Rector of Linwood, 
Lines., 1828-60, and of Ashurst, Kent, 1834-60. DIED Nov. 4th, 1860. 

Raynsford, Edward James, son of N. Raynsford, Esq., Brixworth, Northants. 
Left 1804. In R.A. ; Brigadier-Gen, in the service of the Nizam of 
Hyderabad ; godson of the Duke of Kent. DIED May 7th, 1842. 

Raynsford, George Charles, brother of the above. Left 1804. Entered R.N. 
DIED at sea in the West Indies. 

Thomson, John Bush ( The Head Master's), son of J. Thomson, Esq., Chartham 

Deanery, near Canterbury. DIED at Harrow, Feb. 3rd, 1802. 
Tritton, Henry, son of J. H. Tritton, Esq., Lombard Street, E.C. Left 1803-4. 

Partner in Barclay, Tritton, Bevan & Co., Bankers, London. DIED 

April 20th, 1838. 
Tritton, John, brother of the above. Left 1803-4. Partner in Barclay, 

Tritton, Bevan & Co., Bankers, London. DIED Jan. 10th, 1832. 
Ward, John Petty, son of the Hon. E. Ward, Castle Ward, Downpatrick. 

Left 1807. Haileybury Coll. 1807-9 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1810-36 ; Magistrate 

of Bhagalpur ; raised to the rank of a Viscount's son, 1 836. DIED 

March 23rd, 1869. 

Wildman, Edward, son of T. Wildman, Esq., Bacton Hall, Suffolk. Left 
1803-4. Joined 4th Dragoons, 1806 ; transferred to 6th Dragoon 
Guards ; retired as Col. 1839 ; served in the Peninsular War (present 
in numerous actions ; badly wounded and taken prisoner at Albuera) 
and at Waterloo, where he was wounded and had three horses shot 
under him. DIED March 28th, 1846. 

Wing field, Hon. Edward, son of Richard, 4th Viscount Powerscourt. Left 
1808-9. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1818 ; in Holy 
Orders. " Mr. Wingfield was a gentleman of unaffected piety and 
truly Christian benevolence, the zealous advocate and promoter of 
Sunday Schools and Bible Societies, and one of the seven Protestant 
clergymen who lately challenged the Carlow priests to meet them in 
public disputation." Gentleman's Magazine. DIED Sept. 6th, 1825. 

Wingfield, Hon. John, brother of the above. Left 1805-7. In Coldstream 
Guards ; served in the Peninsular War ; addressed as " Alonzo " in 
Byron's " Hours of Idleness " ; see also " Childe Harold," Canto 1. 
DIED at Coimbra, Portugal, May 14th, 1811. 



1801M)2 2 ] JOSEPH DRURY. 17 

Wing field, Hon. Richard, brother of the above. Left 1808-9. Trin. ColJ. 
Camb. ; succ. as 5th Viscount Powerscourt, 1809 ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1821, 
DIED Aug. 9th, 1823. 

Wodehouse, Philip, son of the Rev. P. Wodehouse, Prebendary of Norwich. 
Left 1804-5. Joined loth Light Dragoons ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 
1821 ; served at Waterloo ; of Wribbenhall, Bewdley. DIED Dec. 1 1 th, 
1846. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY 1801 MIDSUMMER 1802. 
Black. Left 1802-3. 
Bowen, C. Left 1805-7. 
Bo wen. Left 1805-7. 
Clare, John, Earl of, son of John, 1st Earl of Clare. Succ. as 2nd Earl, 1802 ; 

left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1812; M.A. 1819; Governor of 

Bombay, 1830-34 ; G.C.H. ; K.P. ; P.C. ; Lord-Lieut, of Limerick ; 

addressed as " Lycus " in Lord Byron's " Hours of Idleness." DIED 

Aug. 18th, 1851. 
Clarke. Left 1808-9. 

Conner, Richard L., son of D. Conner, Esq., Ormo Square, W. Left 1804-5. 
Lieut. R.N. ; was on board the Bellerophon when Napoleon sur- 
rendered to Capt. Maitland. DIED Aug. 6th, 1862. 

Delawarr, George John, Earl, son of John, 4th Earl Delawarr. Succ. as 5th 
Earl, 1795 ; left 1808-9. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1819 ; D.C.L. 
1834 ; LL.D. Camb. 1828 ; Lord Chamberlain, 1841-6 and 1858-9 ; 
schoolfellow of Lord Byron, who addressed a poem to him in " Hours 
of Idleness." DIED Feb. 23rd, 1869. 

Ford, Sir Francis, son of Sir F. Ford, 1st Bart. Succ. as 2nd Bart, 1801 ; 

left 1803-4. Of Barbados. DIED April 13th, 1839. 
Hoare, Henry Charles, son of Sir H. H. Hoare, 3rd Bart., of Stourhead. 

Monitor, 1805 ; Head of the School, 1806. Partner in Hoare's Bank ; 

of Wavendon Manor, Bucks. DIED Jan. 15th, 1852. 

Paxton, William Gill, son of A. Paxton, Esq., Watford Place, Herts. Left 
1805-7. Merton Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1809 ; Wine Merchant ; of Henbury 
House, Dorset, and Buckingham Street, Strand ; M.P. Plympton, 
1821-6. DIED May 3rd, 1850. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1801. 

Brassey, Willoughby. Left 1804-5. Curate of Melcombe Regis, Dorse 4 . 
DIED Nov. 5th, 1845. 

Brodrick, William, son of W. Brodrick, Esq., Newington, Surrey. Left 
1803-4. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1807; M.A. 1810; Barrister, 1815; 
practised largely at the Old Bailey and other metropolitan courts. 
DIED Oct. 12th, 1830. 

Bury, William, Viscount, son of William, 4th Earl of Albemarle. DIED 
April 9th, 1804. 

Buxton, John Jacob, son of Sir R. J. Buxton, 1st Bart., of Shadwell Court. 
Left 1804-5. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Great Bedwin, 1818-22 ; succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1839. DIED Oct. 13th, 1842. 

Byron, George Gordon, Lord (Druries and Mr. Evans'), son of Capt. J. Byron. 
Succ. as 6th Baron, 1798 ; Monitor, 1804 ; left 1805 2 . The Poet ; 
in 1805 he arranged a cricket match, the teams for which were princi- 
pally composed of past and present Etonians and Harrovians respec- 
tively, and this was undoubtedly the origin of the Eton and Harrow 
matches. DIED at Missolonghi, April 19th, 1824. 

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18 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1801* 

Calvert, Felix, son of N. Calvert, Esq., M.P., Hunsdon House, Herts. Left 
1805-7. Joined 32nd Regt. ; became Lieut.-Gen. and Col. of the 90th 
Regt. ; served in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo ; of Hunsdon ; 
C.B. DIED March 3rd, 1857. 

Calvert, Thomas, son of T. Calvert, Esq., South Audley Street, W. Monitor, 
1805 ; left 1805 2 . DIED while dancing at a ball in London, July 5th, 
1808. 

Curzon, Hon. George Augustus William, son of the Hon. P. A. Curzon and 
Sophia, 2nd Baroness Howe. Monitor, 1804. DIED Jan. 6th, 1805. 

Delancey, Peter. Left 1803-4. Joined 75th Regt. ; retired as Lieut.- 
Col. 1849. 

Earle. Left 1801-2. 

Erskine, Esm6 Stuart, son of the Hon. T. Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine, 1806. 
Left 1805-7. Joined 60th Rifles : Lieut.-Col. 2nd Ceylon Regt. 1816 ; 
severely wounded and taken prisoner in the Waterloo campaign, 
June 17th, 1815; subsequently D.A.G. in Ceylon. DIED Aug. 26th, 
1817. 

Erskine, Henry David (Drurics), brother of the above. Left 1804-5. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., M.A. 1810 ; Rector of Swithland, Leics., 1817-41 ; of 
Kirby Underdale, Yorks., 1840-47; Dean of Ripon, 1847-59; great 
advocate and promoter of Mechanics' Institutes. DIED July 27th, 
1859. 

Erskine, Thomas (Druries), brother of the above. Monitor, 1805 ; left 
1805-7. His career at school was interrupted by his father's elevation 
to the office of Lord Chancellor, whose inauguration he was summoned 
to attend, and who gave him the Secretaryship of Presentations, the 
duties of which did not require any great experience ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb., M.A. 1811 ; Barrister, 1813 j'Chief Judge of Court of Review, 
1831-42 ; Justice of the Common Pleas, 1839-44 ; P.C. ; J.P. Fife. 
DIED Nov. 9th, 1864. 

Farrer, Thomas, son of J. Farrer, Esq., Woodford, Essex. Played in Lord 
Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805; left 1805 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1809 ; M.A. 1812 ; Solicitor, 1814. DIED Sept. 23rd, 1833. 

Farrer, William Loxham, brother of the above. Left 1805 2 . Brasenose 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1809 ; M.A. 1812 ; Solicitor, 1814 ; Partner in Farrer, 
Ouvry & Farrer. DIED Nov. 30th, 1868. 

Ffolkes, William John Henry Browne, son of Sir M. B. Ffolkes, 1st Bart. 
Left 1803. Jesus Coll. Camb., B.A. 1810; M.A. 1813; succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1821 ; M.P. Norfolk, 1830-32 ; W. Norfolk, 1832-7 ; J.P., 
D.L., and Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Norfolk. DIED March 24th, 
1860. 

Hanson, Hargreaves, son of J. Hanson, Esq., 6, Chancery Lane, W.C. Left 
1804 2 . Entered the office of his father, who was Solicitor to Lord 
Byron. DIED 1811. 

Houston, W. Left 1803-4. 

Long, Edward Noel, son of E. B. Long, Esq., Hampton Lodge, Farnham. 
Monitor, 1805 ; left 1805 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; in Coldstream Guards ; 
served in the expedition to Copenhagen. DROWNED when on his way 
to join the Army in the Peninsula, the transport in which he sailed 
being fouled in the night by another of the convoy, 1809. There are 
two poems to him in Lord Byron's " Hours of Idleness." 

Lucas, Edward, son of C. Lucas, Esq., Castle Shane, Monaghan. Left 1803-4. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. and Edin. Univ. ; of Castle Shane ; M.P. Monaghan, 
1834-41; Under Sec. of State for Ireland, 1841-6; P.C. (I.); J.P. 
Armagh and Monaghan (High Sheriff, 1817). DIED Nov. 12th, 1871. 



1801MH 3 ] JOSEPH DRURY. 19 

Mills, John, son of W. Mills, Esq., Bisterne, Ringwood. Left 1803-4. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; in Coldstream Guards ; served in the Peninsular War and 
Holland ; present at Fuentes d'Onoro, Salamanca, and the sieges of 
Ciudad Rodrigo and Burgos ; medal and 3 clasps ; of Bisterne ; M.P. 
Rochester, 1831-4 ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. ; Verderer of the New Forest. 
DIED Feb. 28th, 1871. 

Morant, Edward, son of J. Morant, Esq., Brockenhurst Park, Lymington. 
Left 1803-4. In 1st Guards. DIED off Walcheren, Sept. 2nd, 1809. 

Morant, John, brother of the above. Monitor, 1 807 ; left 1 807 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
of Brockenhurst Park; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High Sheriff, 1820). 
DIED May 5th, 1857. 

Richardson, William Westbrook, son of T. Richardson, Esq., Warminghurst, 
Sussex. Left 1803-4. Trin. Coll. Oxf.; of Findon Place, Sussex; 
Capt. Sussex Militia ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex. DIED about 1870. 

Smith, J. S., son of T. Smith, Esq., The Distillery, Whitechapel Road, E. 
Left 1802-3. 

Tattersall, John Cecil, son of the Rev. J. Tattersall, Otterden, Kent. Left 
1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1810 ; in Holy Orders ; addressed as 
" Davus " in Lord Byron's " Hours of Idleness." DIED Dec. 8th, 
1812. 

Wild man, George, son of T. Wildman, Esq., Bacton Hall, Suffolk. Monitor, 
1809 ; left 1809-10. Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1812. DIED April 2nd, 
1817. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1801. 

Acland, Hugh Dyke, son of Sir T. D. Acland, 9th Bart. Left 1802-3. St. 
Mary's Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1821. DIED March 24th, 1834. 

Anderson, Robert (Mr. Bromley's}. Left 1803-4. Haileybury Coll. 1806-9, 
where he gained many distinctions ; Madras C.S. 1810-21 ; Assistant 
Registrar to S.D.F.A. ; Assistant Oriental Professor at Haileybury, 
1821-5; P.C. of Trinity Chapel, Brighton, 1826-43; Chaplain to 
Lords Hill and Teignmouth ; author of various religious works and a 
Tamil Grammar. DIED March 22nd, 1843. 

Harwell. Left 1804-5. 
Benyon. Left 1803-4. 

Bevan, Richard, son of S. Bevan, Esq., Fosbury, Hungerford. Left 1803-4. 
Banker; of Highcliff Lodge, Brighton. DIED Feb. 4th, 1870. 

Bridgeman, Hon. George Augustus Frederick Henry (Mr. Bromley's), son of 
Orlando, 1st Earl of Bradford. Left 1804-5. Trin. Coll. Camb., 
M.A. 1810 ; Viscount Newport, 1815 ; succ. as 2nd Earl, 1825. DIED 
March 22nd, 1865. 

Dempster, James. Left 1805-7. Of Mitcham, Surrey. 
Fisher (Mr. Evans'). Left 1805-7. 

George, Samuel Hood (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir R. George, 1st Bart. Left 
1802-3. DIED June 10th, 1813. 

Jocelyn, Robert, Viscount, son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Roden. Left 1 805. 
M.P. Dundalk, 1806-7 and 1810-20 ; Treasurer of the Household, 
1812 ; Vice-Chamberlain, 1812-21 ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1820 ; created 
Baron Clanbrassil (U.K.), 1821 ; Joint Auditor-Gen, of Ireland ; 
K.P. ; Grand Master of the Orangemen of Co. Down ; Lord-Lieut, 
of Louth, from which post he was dismissed in consequence of his 
responsibility for a fatal faction fight at Dolly's Brae, Co. Down, on 
July 12th, 1849. DIED March 20th, 1870. 

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Lock wood, William Joseph, son of W. Lockwood, Esq., Dews Hall, Romford. 
Left 1805 2 . Capt. Coldstream Guards; of Dews Hall; Verderer of 
Epping Forest. DIED Sept. 16th, 1854. 

Morgan, Charles Morgan Robinson, son of Sir C. Morgan, 2nd Bart. Left 
1803-4. Afterwards at Westminster; Ch. Ch. Oxf., D.C.L. 1848; 
M.P. Brecon borough, 1812-18, 1830-32, and 1835-47 ; succ. as 3rd 
Bart. 1846 ; created Baron Tredegar, 1859 ; Lord-Lieut, of Mon- 
mouthshire. DIED April 16th, 1875. 

Ord, James Pickering, son of the Rev. J. Ord, Langton Hall, Market Har- 
borough. Left 1805-7. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1815 ; 
of Langton Hall. DIED Aug. 2nd, 1863. 

Parker. Left 1804-5. 

Richardson, John, son of T. Richardson, Esq., Warminghurst, Sussex. Left 
1804-5. Afterwards at Eton ; Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. Sussex Militia. 
DIED July 20th, 1825. 

Richardson, Thomas (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 1808-9. 
Capt. 7th Light Dragoons ; of Lewes, Sussex ; D.L. Sussex. 

Saumarez, James (H.B.), son of Sir J. Saumarez, 1st Bart., G.C.B., 
1st Baron de Saumarez, 1831. Monitor, 1805 ; left 1807 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814; Rector of Huggate, York, 1826-63; 
succ. as 2nd Baron, 1836. DIED April 9th, 1863. 

Smith, George, son of T. Smith, Esq. The Distillery, Whitechapel Road, E. 
Left 1801-2. 

Toone, Francis Hastings, son of F. Toone, Esq., Keston, Bromley. Left 
1803-4. Merchant in London ; of Keston, Bromley, and Ballincor, 
King's Co. DIED 1873. 

Webb. Left 1803-4. Lieut. R.N. 

Wilkinson, George Mutton, son of T. Wilkinson, Esq., Mildenhall, Suffolk. 
Left 1802-3. Schol. of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814; 
Barrister, 1814; Recorder of Newcastle-on-Tyne ; of Harperley 
Park, Darlington ; D.L. Durham. DIED Dec. 23rd, 1859. 

Wilkinson, Thomas Button, brother of the above. Left 1802-3. Capt 
H.E.I.Co.'s Naval Service ; of Walsham-le-Willows, Suffolk ; J.P. 
and D.L. Suffolk. DIED Feb. 13th, 1878. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1802. 

Allix, Charles, son of J.P. Allix, Esq., Swaffham House, Cambs. Left 1803-4. 
Christ's Coll. Camb. ; Col. Grenadier Guards ; served in the Peninsular 
War and at Waterloo ; of Swaffham ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. DIED 
April 24th, 1862. 

Allix, John Peter, brother of the above. Left 1803-4. Of Swaffham ; M.P. 
Cambs. 1841-7 ; J.P. and D.L. Cambs. (High Sheriff, 1828). DIED 
Feb. 19th, 1848. 

Anstruther, John, son of Sir J. Anstruther, 5th Bart., of Anstruther. Left 
1803. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1806; succ. as 6th Bart. 1811 ; assumed 
the name of Carmichael- Anstruther, 1817. DIED Jan. 28th, 1818. 

Baillie. Left 1803-4. Friend of Lord Byron, with whom he went to see 
the execution of Bellingham, May 18th, 1812 ; known as " Long 
Baillie " ; a good deal of information about him is to be found in 
Lord Broughton's " Memories of a Long Life." 

Beresford, John Theophilus, son of M. Beresford, Esq., Abbey ville, Co. Dublin. 
Left 1805-7. In Royal Welsh Fusiliers. KILLED in the Peninsular 
War, Jan. 19th, 1812. 



1802 1 ] JOSEPH DRURY. 21 

Bouverie, Edward William, son of E. Bouverie, Esq., Delapre Abbey, North- 
ampton. Left 1804-5. St. John's Coll. Camb. ; entered the Army, 
1812; Lieut.-Col. R.H.G. ; General in the Army, and Col. 15th 
Hussars ; served at Waterloo ; Equerry to Prince Albert ; of Delapre 
Abbey; J.P. Northants. DIED Nov. 18th, 1871. 

Carpenter, John Delaval, son of Capt. the Hon. C. Carpenter, R.N. Left 
1805 2 . Succ. as 4th Earl of Tyrconnell, 1812 ; devoted to agricultural 
science ; G.C.H. DIED Jan. 26th, 1853, when the title became 
extinct. 

Crofts. Left 1803-4. 

Dawson, Henry Richard, son of A. Dawson, Esq., M.P., Moyola Park, London- 
derry. Monitor, 1809; Head of the School, 1809; left 1809-10. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1815 ; P.C. of Castle Comer, Co. Kilkenny ; Dean 
of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 1828-40; Vice-President Royal Irish Academy ; 
distinguished Irish antiquarian. DIED of typhus fever, caught while 
visiting the poor of his parish, Oct. 24th, 1840. 

Dorset, George John Frederick, Duke of, son of John, 3rd Duke of Dorset. 
Succ. as 4th Duke, 1799; left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf., M.A. 1813. 
KILLED by a fall from his horse while out hunting near Dublin, 
Feb. 22nd, 1815. Fag to Lord Byron, who addressed a poem to him 
in " Hours of Idleness." 

Douglas, Hon. James, son of Archibald, 1st Baron Douglas, the hero of the 
"Douglas Case." Left 1804-5, Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1810; M.A. 
1816; Rector of Marsh Gibbon, Bucks., 1819-48; of Broughton, 
Morthants., 1825-48 ; succ. as 4th Baron, 1848. DIED April 6th, 
1857, when the title became extinct. 

East, James Buller, son of the Rt. Hon. Sir E. H. East, 1st Bart., of Calcutta. 
Monitor, 1805 ; Head of the School, 1805 ; left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1810 ; M.A. 1824 ; D.C.L. 1834 ; Barrister, 1813 ; Bencher 
of the Inner Temple ; M.P. Winchester, 1830-32 and 1835-64 ; succ. 
as 2nd Bart. 1847 ; J.P. and D.L. Glos. ; J.P. Oxon. DIED Nov. 10th, 
1878. 

Fitzgibbon, Hon. Richard Hobart, son of John, 1st Earl of Clare. Left 1805-7. 
In Grenadier Guards ; served on the Staff in the Peninsular War 
(present at Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco ; medal with clasp) ; M.P. 
Co. Limerick, 1818-31 ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1851 ; Usher and Registrar 
of Affidavits in Chancery (I.); Lord-Lieut, of Limerick. DIED 
Jan. 10th, 1864, when the title became extinct. 

Garforth. Left 1803-4. 

Grenside, Christopher (Mr. M. Drury's), son of J. Grenside, Esq., New Broad 
Street, E.C. Left 1805 3 . Christ's Coll. Camb. ; Rector of Great 
Massingham, Norfolk, 1816-71. DIED Nov. 20th, 1871. 

Hammond. Left 1803-4. 

Button, Henry William, son of H. Hutton, Esq., Gate Burton Hall, Gains- 
borough. Left 1804-5. Of Beverley, Yorks. DIED Nov. 4th, 1848. 

Jenkinson, Robert Henry, son of Col. J. Jenkinson, Joint Secretary for Ireland. 
Left 1803-4. Lieut.-Gov. of Dover Castle ; of Norbiton Hall, Kingstpn- 
on-Thames. DIED March 6th, 1857. 

Jenyns, Soame, son of the Rev. G. L. Jenyns, Bottisham Hall, Cambs. DIED 
at Harrow, Oct. 27th, 1803. 

Johnson, William Ponsonby, son of J. Johnson, Esq., Workington, Cumber- 
land. Left 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Walton House, Carlisle. DIED 
Aug. 29th, 1865. 

Lyon, John, son of D. Lyon, Esq., Jamaica. Monitor, 1805 ; left 1805 7. 
Lived in Paris, where he DIED in 1858. 



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Mason, William, son of W. Mason, Esq. (O.H.), Necton Hall, Swaffham. 

Left 1807 2 . Of Necton Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 

1849); Lieut.-Col. Norfolk Militia; Chairman W. Norfolk Quarter 

Sessions. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1865. 

Molloy, John. Monitor, 1 805 ; left 1 80S 2 . In 95th Regt. ; wounded at 

Waterloo. 
Moore, George Charles. Left 1803-4. Capt. 15th Light Dragoons ; of Ford, 

Northumberland ; assumed the name of Carpenter. DIED at Milan, 

April 8th, 1861. 
Monltrie, George Austin, son of J. Moultrie, Esq., Aston Hall, Salop. Left 

1803-4. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Major 12th Lancers ; of Aston Hall ; 

J.P. and D.L. Salop and Warwicks. DIED Feb. 5th, 1866. 
Mowbray, George Isaac, son of G. Mowbray, Esq., Mortimer, Reading. Left 
1805 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; of Mortimer, 

Yapton House, Chichester, and Bishop wearmouth, Northumberland. 

DIED June 25th, 1823. 
Paterson, Thomas. Left 1803-4. Capt. 63rd Regt. DIED in Tasmania, 

Feb. 16th, 1831. 
Peel, William Yates, son of Sir R. Peel, 1st Bart. Left 1805-7. St. John's 

Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1815 ; Barrister, 1816 ; of Baginton 

Hall, Warwick ; M.P. Bossiney, 1817-18 ; Tamworth, 1818-30, 

1835-7, and in 1847 ; Yarmouth, I. of W., 1830-31 ; Camb. Univ. 

1831-5; Commissioner of the Board of Control, 1826-8; Under Sec. 

Home Department, 1828-30 ; Lord of the Treasury in 1830 and 1834-5 ; 

P.C. DIED June 1st, 1858. 
Peters, Edward James, son of H. Peters, Esq., Betchworth Castle, Dorking. 

Left 1805-7. In 7th Light Dragoons ; wounded at Waterloo. DIED 

at Astrachan, June 21st, 1820. 
Raphael. Left 1803-4. 
Reade, George Compton, son of Sir J. Reade, 5th Bart. Left 1802-3. Of 

Elvaston, Budleigh Salterton. DIED Dec. 24th, 1866. 
Rich, Edward Ludlow, son of the Rev. Sir C. Rich, 1st Bart. Left 1803-4. 

Entered R.N. 1804 ; retired as Commander, 1826 ; Vice-Adm. 1867 ; 

of Exmouth, Devon. DIED July 25th, 1869. 
Ruxton, John FitzHerbert, son of W. Ruxton, Esq., M.P., Ardee House, 

Co. Louth. Left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Ardee House; High 

Sheriff of Louth, 1823 ; of Cavan, 1824. DIED 1826. 
Taylor. Left 1802. 
Wakeman, Charles Freeman, son of Sir H. Wakeman, 1st Bart. Left 1805-7. 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED July 28th, 1812. 
Waring. Left 1803-4. 
Wingfield, John Muxloe, son of J. Wingfield, Esq., Tickencote Hall, Stamford. 

Monitor, 1808; left 1808-9. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812; 

M.A. 1817; Barrister, 1818; of Tickencote Hall; J.P. and D.L. 

Rutland (High Sheriff, 1833). DIED June 17th, 1869. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1802. 

Assheton, William, son of W. Assheton, Esq., Downham Hall, Clithe- 
roe. Played in Lord Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805; left 1805 2 . Brase- 
nose Coll. Oxf. ; of Downham Hall ; Major Lanes. Militia DIE^ 
Aug. 8th 1858. 

Blackman, George, son of G. Blackman, Esq., afterwards Sir G. Harnage 
1st Bart. Left 1807. Entered R.N. 1807 ; retired as Capt. 1856 : 
present at the blockade of Ferrol, 1808, and the reduction of Mar- 
tinique, 1809 ; assumed the name of Harnage, 1821 ; succ. as 2nd 
Bart. 1837. DIED March 10th, 1866. 



1802 2 ] JOSEPH DRURY. 23 

Blomefield, Thomas William, son of Sir T. Blomefield, 1st Bart. Left 1807-8. 
Ch. Ch. and Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814; succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1822. DIED June 30th, 1858. 

Blunt, Francis Sea wen. Left 1805-7. In the Guards ; of Crabbet, near 
Crawley, Sussex. DIED Dec. 17th, 1842. 

Brant, James. Left 1 805. Consular Service ; Consul-General at Trebizond 
and Damascus ; C.B. DIED Nov. 24th, 1861. 

Bridges. Left 1802-3. 
Burton. Left 1803-4. 
Campbell. Left 1803-4. 

Corbet, John Kynaston, son of J. Corbet, Esq., M.P., Sundorne Castle, Shrews- 
bury. DIED while still a member of the School, April 22nd, 1806. 

FitzRoy, Hon. Charles, son of George, Earl of Euston, 4th Duke of Grafton, 
1811. Left 1805-7. Lieut.-Col. in the Army ; retired, 1819 ; served 
in the Walcheren Expedition and the Peninsular War (present at 
Corunna, Badajoz, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse ; 
medal with 8 clasps), and at Waterloo; M.P. Thetford, 1818-30; 
Bury St. Edmunds, 1832-47 ; Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 
1835-8. DIED June 17th, 1865. 

Glasse, E. H., son of the Rev. G. H. Glasse, Hanwell Rectory, Middlesex. 
Left 1802-3. On the Staff of the British Commissariat in the Penin- 
sular War. DIED in Portugal, April 13th, 1812. 

Glasse, George Henry, brother of the above. Left 1802-3. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
of Binfield, Berks. 

Gloster. Left 1804-5. 

Gloster. Left 1804-5. 

Grove, Charles Henry, son of T. Grove, Esq., Feme, near Salisbury. Left 
1805 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1816; M.A. 1824; Rector of Berwick 
St. Leonard, Wilts., 1826-73. DIED July 14th, 1878. 

Grove, George, brother of the above. Left 1805 2 . Of East Hayes, Wilts. 
DIED May 31st, 1838. 

Hall, Robert Westley, son of R. W. Hall, Esq., Ilford Lodge, Essex. Left 
1808-9. Of Cranbrook House, Essex ; M.P. S. Essex, 1832-6 ; High 
Sheriff of Essex, 1821 ; assumed the additional name of Dare, 1823. 
DIED May 20th, 1836. 

Harvey, Eliab, son of Admiral Sir E. Harvey (O.H.), G.C.B. Left 1802-3. 

Capt. Coldstream Guards. KILLED at the siege of Burgos, Oct. 12th, 

1812. 
Ipswich, Henry, Lord, son of George, Earl of Euston, 4th Duke of Grafton, 

1811. Played in Lord Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805 ; left 1805-7. Trin. 

Coll. Camb., M.A. 1814 ; M.P. Bury St. Edmunds, 1826-30 ; Thetford, 

1834-44 ; succ. as 5th Duke, 1844. DIED March 26th, 1863. 

Lloyd, Charles Spencer, son of F. Lloyd, Esq., M.P., Leaton Knolls, Shrews- 
bury. Monitor, 1807 ; Head of the School, 1808 ; Capt. Cricket XI. 
1808 ; left 1808-9. Of Leaton Knolls ; J.P. and D.L. Salop (High 
Sheriff, 1868). DIED June 20th, 1876. 

Morse. Left 1802-3. 

Morse. Left 1802-3. 

Finder. Left 1803-4. 

Porter, John Grey, son of Dr. J. Porter, Bishop of Clogher. Monitor, 1807 ; 
left 1807 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1813 ; Rector of Kilskeery, 
Co. Tyrone ; of Belle Isle, Co. Fermanagh ; Prebendary and Registrar 
of Clogher ; Rural Dean. DIED June 25th, 1873. 



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Puleston. Left 1803-4. 

Pybus. Left 1805-7. Partner in Down & Co., Bankers, London. 

St. George. Left 1803-4. 

Sinclair, George, son of the Rt. Hon Sir J. Sinclair, 1st Bart., of Ulbster. 
Described by Lord Byron as " the prodigy of our school days " ; left 
1804-5. Gottingen Univ., where he was arrested as a spy and brought 
before Napoleon; M.P. Caithness, 1811-20 and 1831-41; succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1835 ; a voluminous writer for the press, and author of 
many pamphlets. DIED Oct. 9th, 1868. 

Stanley, Edward, son of J. Stanley, Esq., Brighton. Monitor, 1807 ; played 
in Lord Byron's XI. v. Eton, 1805; left 1807 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1812 ; of Cross Hall, Ormskirk ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes. DIED 
March 8th, 1870. 

Waddington, J. Left 1805-7. In Holy Orders. 

Wodehouse, Charles Nourse, son of the Rev. P. Wodehouse, Prebendary of 
Norwich. Monitor, 1807 ; left 1807-8. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1813; M.A. 1817; Rector of Morningthorpe, Norfolk, 1815-50; of 
N. Lynn, 1850-59; Canon of Norwich, 1817-59; J.P. and D.L. 
Norfolk. DIED March 17th, 1870. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1802. 
Allen. Left 1802-3. 

Barnard, Charles Lewyns, son of H. B. Barnard, Esq. Cave Castle, Brough, 
Yorks. Left 1804-5. Capt 2nd Dragoons. KILLED at Waterloo, 
June 18th, 1815. 

Bazett, Henry Capel Purling, son of Major H. Bazett, Richmond, Surrey. 
Monitor, 1805 ; left 1805 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. 

Bishop, John, son of J. R. Bishop, Esq., Dolygarreg, Llandovery. Left 
1803-4. In 36th Regt. ; served in the Peninsular War, and DIED 
during the retreat to Corunna, 1809. 

Bishop. Left 1805 2 . 

Boulton. Left 1 80S 2 . In Holy Orders. 

Brooke. Left 1805 2 . 

Denne, William John, son of R. Denne, Esq., Winchelsea. Left 1804-5. Of 
Doctors' Commons and St. Leonards, Sussex. DIED May 31st, 1855. 

Douglas. Left 1803-4. 
Eastwick (H.B.). Left 1803-4. 

Freeling, John Clayton, son of Sir F. Freeling, 1st Bart. Left 1809-10. Held 
office under his father in G.P.O. ; Sec. to Board of Inland Revenue. 
DIED Aug. 16th, 1853. 

Gardner, Hon. Samuel Morton, son of Alan, 1st Baron Gardner. Left 1804-5. 
Capt. in the Army. DIED 

Griffith, C.J. Left 1811. 
Griffith, J. G. Left 1807. 

Hammond, William Osmund, son of W. Hammond, Esq., St. Alban's Court, 
Wingham, Kent, Left 1807-8. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of St. Alban's Court ; 
J.P. and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 1846). DIED Feb. 7th, 1865. 



1802 3 -03 2 ] JOSEPH DRURY. 25 

Harness, William, son of J. Harness. Esq., M.D., Commissioner of Transports. 
Monitor, 1808; left 1808-9. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812; M.A. 
1816; Incumbent of Regent Square Chapel, 1826-44; of Brompton 
Chapel, 1844-7 ; built All Saints', Knightsbridge, of which he was 
first Incumbent. 1849-69 ; Clerical Registrar of the Privy Council ; 
Prebendary of St. Paul's ; author of a " Life of Shakespeare " and 
other works : Quarterly Reviewer ; a great friend of Lord Byron. 
KILLED by falling down a stone staircase at Battle Deanery, Nov. 1 1th, 
1869. 

Harvey. Left 1803-4. 

Hunter, Peter. Left 1804-5. Colonel in the Army. 

Johnson. Left 1802-3. 

Johnson. Left 1803-4. 

Johnson. Left 1805-7. Major in the Army. 

Kemmis, James, son of T. Kemmis, Esq., Shaen Castle, Killeen. Left 1808-9. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. and Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1815 ; of Derry and 
Meelick, Queen's Co., and Choisy, near Paris. DIED July 1840. 

Lewin, Thomas, son of T. Lewin, Esq., The Hollies, Bexley. Left 1803-4. 
Brasenose Coll. and C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1808 ; M.A. 1832 : Barrister, 
1811; practised in India; afterwards of Kilravick Castle, Nairn. 
DIED Sept. 16th, 1854. 

Lindsay, Charles, son of the Hon. C. D. Lindsay, Bishop of Kildare. Left 
1807-8. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813 ; M.A. 1816 ; P.C. of 
Monkstown, Dublin, and Archdeacon of Kildare. DIED April 23rd, 
1855. 

Nugent, Hon. Frederick, son of George, 7th Earl of Westmeath. DIED at 
Harrow, March 6th, 1803. 

Payler, Anthony Charles, son of T. Payler, Esq., Ashford, Kent. Left 1805-7. 
Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1810 ; M.A. 1818 ; Vicar of Headcorn, Kent, 
1822-36; Rector of Cheddingstone, Kent, 1836-52. DIED Jan. 28th, 
1852. 

Taylour, Lord George, son of Thomas, 1st Marquis of Headfort. Left 1808-9. 
Assumed the name of Quin, 1813 ; of Quinsborough, Co. Clare ; J.P. 
and D.L. Carlow and Cavan. DIED Feb. 6th, 1888. 

Tighe, Robert Morgan, son of R. S. Tighe, Esq., Mitchelstown, Co. Westmeath. 
Left 1803-4. Of Mitchelstown ; J.P. Co. Westmeath. DIED 
Jan. 19th, 1853. 

Twysden, William, son of Sir W. J. Twysden, 7th Bart. Left 1805 2 . Succ. 
as 8th Bart. 1834. DIED June 22nd, 1879. 

Wigston, James, son of J. Wigston, Esq., Trent Park, Herts. Left 1803-4. 
Entered R.N. 1804 ; Admiral, 1866 ; served during the French War 
(medal) ; of Bitterne Hill, South Stoneham, Hants. ; J.P. Hants. 
DIED March 30th, 1881. 

Wigston, Richard Henry, brother of the above. Left 1804-5. Col. Scots 
Guards ; served at Waterloo. DIED about 1850. 

Willock. Left 1803-4. 
Willoek. Left 1803-4. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1802 MIDSUMMER 1803. 

Barnett, Charles John. Left 1805-7. Joined Scots Guards ; retired as 
Lieut.-Col. 1830; served at Waterloo; Consul-General in Egvpt, 
1842-6; of Round Oak, Englefield Green. DIED Aug. 4th, 1856. 

Barrett, T. B. Brydges. Left 1805-7. 



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Crewe, John Offley, son of the Rev. O. Crewe, Astbury Rectory, Cheshire. 
Left 1805-7. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1815 ; of Pen-y- 
bryn, Co. Montgomery, and Wern, Co. Flint ; assumed the additional 
name of Read, 1836. DIED Nov. 30th, 1858. 

Hales, J. Left 1805-7. 

Hales. Left 1803-4. 

Magan. Left 1807-8. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1803. 

Ackers, George. Left 1805-7. Of Moreton Hall, Congleton. DIED 
Nov. 22nd, 1836. 

Bosanquet, Augustus Henry (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of W. Bosanquet, Esq., 
5 Upper Harley Street, W. Left 1803-4. Haileybury Coll. 1807-9 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1810-21 ; retired invalided from injuries received in an 
insurrection at Bareilly, where he was an Assistant Judge ; of Osidge, 
Herts. DIED Feb. 19th, 1877. 

Boultbee, Thomas, son of J. Boultbee, Esq. (O.H.), Springfield, Knowle, 
Warwickshire. Left 1803-4. Vicar of Bidford, Warwickshire, 1830- 
77 ; J.P. Warwickshire. DIED 1883. 

Bridgeman, Hon. Charles Orlando (Druries), son of Orlando, 1st Earl of 
Bradford. Left 1803-4. Entered R.N. ; retired as Rear-Adm. 1852 ; 
of Knockin, Oswestry. DIED April 13th, 1860. 

Brown, Lancelot Robert (Mr. Evans'), son of L. Brown, Esq. Left 1803-4. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1808 ; M.A. 1819 ; Rector of Kelsale, 
Thorington, and Saxmundham, Suffolk, 1826-68. DIED 1868. 

Calthorpe, Hon. Frederick Gough (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Henry, 1st Baron 
Calthorpe. Left 1807-8. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; M.P. Hindon, 1818-26; 
Bramber, 1826-31 ; assumed the name of Gough, 1845 ; succ. as 
4th Baron, 1851 ; Metropolitan Commr. of Lunacy, and Councillor 
of King's Coll. London. DIED May 2nd, 1868. 

Combe, Boyce (Druries), son of H. C. Combe, Esq., Cobham Park, Surrey. 
Left 1805-7. Barrister, 1813 ; appointed a London Police Magistrate, 
1833 ; of Hill House, Hambledon, Hants. DIED Jan. 7th, 1864. 

Dawson, Hon. George Lionel, son of John, 1st Earl of Portarlington. Left 
1803-4. Joined 1st Dragoon Guards, 1807 ; afterwards in 22nd 
Dragoons and 89th Regt. ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; wounded at Water- 
loo ; of Came, Dorset ; assumed the additional name of Darner, 
1829; M.P. Portarlington, 1835-47; Dorchester, 1847-52; Comp- 
troller of the Household, 1841-6; C.B. DIED April 14th, 1856. 

Dawson, Hon. Lionel Charles, brother of the above. Left 1803-4. In 18th 
Light Dragoons ; present at Waterloo, but was in the rear with the 
baggage guard. DIED Feb. 25th, 1842. 

Devon, Charles (Druries), son of W. Devon, Esq., Teddington, Middlesex. 
Left 1804-5. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1809; M.A. 1817; of 
Teddington, Middlesex, and Rackenford, N. Devon ; J.P. and D.L. 
DIED Feb. 14th, 1869. 

Fair field, Edward Brydges (Druries), son of G. Fairfield, Esq. (O.H.), Walton 
Bridge House, Sunbury. Left 1808-9. Joined 3rd Guards, 1809 ; 
retired as Capt. 1830 ; served throughout the Peninsular War (present 
at numerous engagements) and at Waterloo. DIED at Paris, Aug. 
1833. 

Fraser, James John, son of Sir W. Fraser, 1st Bart. Left 1804-5. Joined 
7th Light Dragoons ; Lieut.-Col. 1826 ; served in the Peninsular War ; 
present at Orthes and Toulouse ; A.D.C. to Lord Ux bridge at Water- 
loo, where he was wounded ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1827. DIED June 5th, 
1834. 



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Gordon, Charles David, son of D. Gordon, Esq., Abergeldie, N.B. Left 1807 2 . 
Of Denmark Hill, Camberwell. DIED Nov. 24th, 1826. 

Gordon, Hon. Robert, son of George, Lord Haddo. Monitor, 1808 ; left 

1808-9. Entered Diplomatic Service, 1810, as Attache in Persia; 

Minister to Brazil, 1826-8; Ambassador at Constantinople, 1828-31 ; 

at Vienna, 1841-6; G.C.H. ; G.C.B. ; P.O. DIED Oct. 8th, 1847. 
Hammond. Left 1807 2 . 

Jackson, Joseph (H.B.). Left 1803-4. In 10th Light Dragoons. 
Jocelyn, Hon. James Bligh (Druries), son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Roden. Left 

1805. Entered R.N. DIED July 10th, 1812. 
Lucas, Francis. Left 1809-10. 
Maud. Left 1807 2 . 
Parker. Left 1803-4. 
Seymour, Hugh Henry John (Mr. Stand's), son of Admiral Lord H. Seymour. 

Left 1803-4. Lieut. -Col. in the Army ; served in the Walcheren 

Expedition ; M.P. Antrim, 1818-21. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1821. 
Steer. Left 1804-5. 
Tupper, Elisha, son of D. Tupper, Esq., Hauteville House, Guernsey. Left 

1805-7. Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; of Hauteville House. DIED March 2nd, 

1858. 
Waddilove, Robert Darley (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. R. D. Waddilove, 

Dean of Ripon. Left 1807 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1811; 

in Holy Orders. DIED July 1813. 

Walton, William Lovelace (Druries), son of Gen. J. Walton, R.A. Left 1806. 
Joined Coldstream Guards, 1806, which he commanded 1840-46 ; 
Gen. 1863 ; served at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, 1807 ; 
in the Peninsular War, 1809-11 (present at the passage of the Douro, 
the capture of Oporto, and the battles of Talavera and Busaco ; medal 
with 2 clasps), and in Holland, Belgium, and France, 1813-18 (present 
at the bombardment of Antwerp, the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom, and 
the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo ; medal). DIED Jan. 1 1th, 
1865. 

Wroughton, Bartholomew (Druries), son of the Rev. P. Wroughton, Woolley 
Park, Wantage. Monitor, 1808; left 1808-9. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; of 
Woolley Park; J.P. and D.L. Berks. (High Sheriff, 1835). DIED 
May 21st, 1858. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1803. 

Ashburnham, Hon. John, son of George, 3rd Earl of Ashburnham. Left 
1803-4. In Coldstream Guards. DROWNED 1810. 

Austen, William, son of F. N. Austen, Esq., Kippington, Kent. Left 1805-7. 
Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1810; M.A. 1814; Rector of Horsted 
Keynes, Sussex, 1812. DIED 1854. 

Calder, Sir Henry Roddam, Bart., son of Sir H. Calder, 4th Bart. Succ. as 
5th Bart. 1792 ; left 1804-5. DIED Aug. 13th, 1868. 

Crompton, William Rookes ( The Head Master's), son of J. Crompton, Esq., 

Esholt Hall, Leeds. Monitor, 1808 ; Head of the School, 1808 ; 

left 1808 3 . Jesus Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816; Barrister, 

1819 ; of Esholt Hall ; M.P. Huddersfield, 1837-53 ; J.P. and D.L. 

W. Riding Yorks. ; assumed the additional name of Stansfield, 1812. 

DIED 1871. 
Franks, Charles, son of W. Franks, Esq., Beech Hill, Barnet. Left 1807 2 . 

Banker ; Chairman of the South Sea Co. ; of Dacre Lodge, Barnet ; 

J.P. Herts. DIED March 10th, 1870. 

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28 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1803 2 -033 

Franks, Frederick, brother of the above. Left 1 804-5. In R.N. 
Gambler, Charles Samuel, son of S. Gambler. Esq., Offley Place, Hitchin. 
Left 1806. Of Eccleston Square, S.W. DIED Aug. 27th, 1848. 

Griffiths, Richard. Left 1809-10. Of Watford. 

Herbert, Robert Henry, Lord, son of George, llth Earl of Pembroke. Left 

1807-8. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 12th Earl, 1827. DIED April 25th, 

1862. 
Monro, Edward Thomas, son of T. Monro, Esq. (O.H.), M.D., Bushey, Herts. 

Left 1804-5. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1809; M.A. 1810; M.B. 1811 ; 

M.D. 1814 ; F.R.C.P. 1816 ; Treasurer College of Physicians, 1845-54 ; 

Harveian orator, 1834 ; Physician to Bridewell and Bethlehem 

Hospital; attended George III. during his illness, 1811-12, and 

prescribed for him a hop pillow. DIED Jan. 25th, 1856. 

Monro, Henry, brother of the above. Left 1804-5. Entered R.N. 1805, 
but only stayed in it for a few days ; Student of the Royal Academy, 
1806 ; attained some distinction as a portrait and subject painter. 
DIED March 5th, 1814. 

Moore, William John, son of J. Moore, Esq., New Lodge, Herts. Left 1808-9. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; Vicar of Sarratt, 
Herts., 1838-61 ; of Tara House, Meath ; assumed the additional name 
of Brabazon, 1845. DIED April 26th, 1866. 

Morier, William, son of I. Morier, Esq., Consul-General at Constantinople. 
Left 1803. Entered R.N. 1803 ; retired as Capt. 1830 ; Vice-Adm. 
1862 ; saw much service in the French and American Wars, 1804-13. 
DIED July 29th, 1864. 

Neeld, Joseph, son of J. Neeld, Esq., Fulham, Middlesex. Left 1804-5. In- 
herited property amounting to a million sterling from Philip Rundall, 
the goldsmith ; of Grittleton, Chippenham ; M.P. Chippenham, 
1830-56 ; Governor of the School, 1828 ; founder of the Neeld Medal 
for Mathematics. DIED March 24th, 1856. 

Porter, Henry, son of T. Porter, Esq., Rockbeare House, Devonshire. Left 
1808-9. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1819 ; of Winslade 
House, Devonshire. DIED Oct. 15th, 1858. 

Shee, Charles Pindar, son of Sir G. Shee, 1st Bart. Left 1805 2 . Col. 16th 
Light Dragoons. DIED July 19th, 1856. 

Strong, Clement, son of C. S. Strong, Esq., Limpsfield, Surrey. Left 1807 2 . 
Trin. Hall. Camb., LL.B. 1819 ; Sinecure Rector of Gedney, Lines., 
1824-52. DIED April 15th, 1852. 

Tunnard, Charles Keightley, son of J. Tunnard, Esq., Frampton House, 
Boston. Left 1803-4. Of Frampton House ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. ; 
Major Lines. Yeomanry. DIED Aug. llth, 1837. 

Vereker, John Prendergast, son of the Hon. C. Vereker, 2nd Viscount Gort, 
1817. Fag to Lord Byron ; Monitor, 1809 ; Head of the School, 
1810 ; left 1810. M.P. Limerick City, 1817-31 ; succ. as 3rd Viscount, 
1842 ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1865. DIED Oct. 20th, 1865. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1803. 

Acland, Charles Richard Dyke, son of Sir T. D. Acland, 9th Bart. Left 
1804-5. Commander R.N. DIED 1828 while in command of H.M.S. 
Helicon at the Cape of Good Hope. 

Adalr, Alexander (Mr. M. Drury's}, son of W. Adair, Esq., Ballymena, Co. 
Antrim. Left 1805-7. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816; 
of Heatherton Park, Taunton ; J.P. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1837). 
DIED Nov. 22nd, 1863. 



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Alcock, Joseph, son of J. Alcock, Esq., Roehampton, Surrey. Left 1807 2 . 
Clerk in the Treasury. DIED before 1860. 

Bridgeman, Hon. Orlando Henry, son of Orlando, 1st Earl of Bradford. Left 
1808-9. In 1st Guards ; extra A.D.C. to Lord Hill ; wounded at 
Waterloo. DIED Aug. 28th, 1827. 

Cameron, William Gordon, son of Lieut.-Gen. W. N. Cameron, H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1805-7. Joined 1st Guards ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1825 ; served 
in the Peninsular War (wounded at Barrosa), and at Waterloo, where 
he lost his right arm, and received other severe wounds ; of Nea 
House, Christchurch ; J.P. Hants. ; K.H. DIED May 26th, 1856. 

Cameron. Left 1805-7. 

Cavendish, Hon. Henry Manners, son of Richard, 2nd Baron Waterpark. 
Left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1830 ; M.P. Knares- 
borough, 1830-32 ; S. Derby, 1832-4 ; Lichfield, 1854-6 ; Lord-in- 
Waiting ; Col. Derbyshire Militia. DIED March 31st, 1863. 

Curtis, George William, son of Capt. G. Curtis, Cardington, Beds. Left 1807 2 . 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1811 ; M.A. 1814 ; Vicar of Leominster, 
1819-23 ; Rector of Padworth, Berks., 1823-65 ; of Wennington, Essex, 
1826-65. DIED July 1st, 1865. 

Drummond, Edward, son of C. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Left 
1808-9. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Clerk in the Treasury ; Private Sec. to Ripon, 
Canning, Wellington, and Peel. DIED, having been shot by mistake 
for Peel, Jan. 25th, 1843. 

Forteseue, Matthew, son of Capt. the Hon. M. Fortescue, R.N. Left 1807-8. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; served in Coldstream Guards during the Peninsular 
War ; went to Ireland as State Steward, 1839, and held office in 
Dublin Castle till his DEATH, Aug. 14th, 1852. 

Hale, Henry Jeremy, son of W. Hale, Esq., King's Walden, Herts. Left 
1808-9. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1815; Curate 
of King's Walden ; Vicar of Messing, Essex, and Rector of Harpenden, 
Herts. DIED 1827. 

Harvey, John (The Head Master's), son of T. Harvey, Esq., Mintiaghs, Innis- 
howen, Co. Donegal. Is said to have taken part in Lord Byron's 
School Rebellion ; left 1809-11. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814 ; M.A. 
1817 ; Barrister, 1816 ; of Mintiaghs. DIED Feb. 12th, 1856. 

Hodges, H., son of T. Hodges, Esq. (O.H.). Left 1805-7. 

Hogan. Left 1805-7. 

Holroyd, George Chaplin, son of Mr. Justice G. S. Holroyd (O.H.). Left 
1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; entered H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service ; 
on his way out his ship, with two others, had a severe action with 
two French frigates and a corvette ; he was wounded, and reported 
by the Captain as having particularly distinguished himself. DIED 
Nov. 24th, 1871. 

Houston. Left 1803-4. 

Hutton, Thomas, son of H. Hutton, Esq., Gate Burton Hall, Gainsborough. 
Left 1808-9. Lieut-Col. 4th Dragoon Guards. DIED Feb. 4th, 1864. 

Lloyd, Thomas Henry, son of F. Lloyd, Esq., M.P., Leaton Knolls, Shrews- 
bury. Left 1804-5. DIED 1811. 

Margesson, John, son of W. Margesson, Esq., Van, Surrey. Monitor, 1811 ; 
left 1811. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817. DIED Oct. 12th, 1866. 

Margesson, William, brother of the above. Left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 

Rector of Whatlington, Sussex, 1821-36 ; of Mountfield, Sussex, 

1836-71. DIED May 20th, 1871. 
Mason, Henry, son of W. Mason, Esq. (O.H.), Necton Hall, Swaffham. Left 

1805-7. Entered R.N. DIED at sea. 



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Mason, John, brother of the above. Left 1807-8. H.E.T.C.S. DIED before 
1865. 

Plymouth, Other Archer, Earl of, son of Other, 5th Earl of Plymouth. Succ. 
as 6th Earl, 1799 ; left 1807 2 . Col. Worcs. Yeomanry ; a well-known 
sportsman. DIED on board his yacht at Deptford, July 10th, 1833. 

Porter, Thomas, son of Dr. J. Porter, Bishop of Clogher. Left 1803-4. 
Entered R.N. 1804; Capt. 1856. DIED May 5th, 1865. 

Price Left 1804-5. 

St. John, Robert William, son of General the Hon. F. St. John, London. 
Left 1805-7. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1811 ; Consul-Gen, at Algiers. DIED 
at Pau, March 29th, 1851. 

Seymour, Horace Beauchamp, son of Admiral Lord H. Seymour. Left 
1803-4. Joined 60th Rifles, 1811 ; transferred to 1st Life Guards; 
retired as Col. ; described as " the strongest man in the British Army " ; 
served in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo, where he was A.D.C. 
to Lord Ux bridge, and was said to have killed " more men than any 
other single individual" ; M.P. Lisburn, 1819-26 and 1847-51 ; Bod- 
min, 1826-32 ; Midhurst, 1841-5 ; Antrim, 1845-7 ; Equerry to 
William IV. ; K.C.H. DIED Nov. 23rd, 1851. 

Wake, Charles, son of Sir W. Wake, 9th Bart. Left 1807-8. Succ. as 10th 
Bart. 1846. DIED Feb. 23rd, 1864. 

Whitehorn, J. Left 1809-10. 

Wildman, John, son of T. Wildman, Esq., Bacton Hall, Suffolk. Monitor, 
1811 ; left 1811. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined 7th Light Dragoons ; trans- 
ferred to 1st Dragoon Guards ; retired as Col. 1854 ; served in the 
Peninsular War (medal with clasp for Orthes) and at Waterloo. DIED 
1878. 

Yeoman, Henry Walker (Druries), son of H. W. Yeoman, Esq., Woodlands, 
Whitby. Left 1807 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1817; 
of Woodlands ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED 1875. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1803 CHRISTMAS 1804. 
Carpenter, Henry, son of Capt. the Hon. C. Carpenter, R.N. Left 1805 2 . 

Brother of the 3rd and 4th Earls of Tyrconnell. DIED young. 
Drury, Arthur Jackson ( H.B.), son of the Rev. M. Drury, Harrow. Monitor, 

1813 ; Head of the School, 1813 ; left 1814-15. Scholar of Trinity 

Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1821 ; D.C.L. 1834 ; in Holy Orders ; 

Head Master of a private school at Sunbury. DIED Jan. 14th 1837. 
Harness, Richard Stephens, son of J. Harness, Esq., M.D., Commissioner of 

Transports. Left 1804-5. Entered R.N. 1805 ; retired as Capt. 

1851 ; served in the expeditions to the Cape and Buenos Aires, 1806, 

and at the bombardment of Copenhagen, 1807. DIED Jan. 6th, 1856. 
Hunter, A. W. Left about 1804. 
Richardson. Left 1807-8. 
Stoughton Thomas Anthony, son of T. Stoughton, Esq. , Ballyhorgan, Tralee. 

Left 1804-5. Of Owlpen, Glos., and Ballyhorgan. DIED Jan. 8th. 

1862. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1804. 

Blackburne. Left 1805-7. 

Bo wen. Left 1805 2 . 

Bradshaw, James, son of J. Bradshaw, Esq., Portland Place, W. Left 1807-8. 
M.P. Brackley, 1823-32; Berwick, 1835-7; Canterbury, 1837-47; 
was called upon to apologise in Parliament for attacking Queen 
Victoria at an election meeting at Canterbury ; married the celebrated 
actress, the elder Miss Tree. DIED March 4th, 1847. 



l804M)4 2 i JOSEPH DRUEY. 31 

Bridgeman, Hon. Henry Edmund, son of Orlando, 1st Earl of Bradford. 
Left 1809-10. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1817 ; Rector of Blymhill, 
Staffs. DIED Nov. 15th, 1872. 

Brigstocke, John, son of W. O. Brigstocke, Esq., Blaenpant, Cardigan. Left 
1807-8. Jesus Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1814 ; Rector of Burton, 
Haverfordwest. DIED 1859. 

Carlile, T. Left 1805-7. In the Dragoons. 

Connop, Woodham, son of N. Connop, Esq., Enfield, Middlesex. Left 1808-9. 
No profession. DIED March 22nd, 1868. 

Cumberland, Richard Francis George (Mr. M. Drury's], grandson of R. 
Cumberland, Esq., the dramatist. Fag to Sir R. Peel ; left 1805-7. 
Page of Honour to George III. ; Capt. Scots Guards ; served in the 
Peninsular War as A.D.C. to the Duke of Wellington ; subsequently 
held appointments at Malta and in the Royal Mint. DIED March 10th, 
1870. 

Budding, Barr, son of J. Dudding, Esq., Kirby, Essex. Fag to Lord Byron ; 
left 1809-10. St. Catherine's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825; 
Curate of Kirby, Essex, and Raunds, Northants. ; Chaplain of Thrap- 
ston Union. DIED Nov. 10th, 1848. 

Gardener. Left 1808-9. 

Gregory, Robert, son of the Rt. Hon. W. Gregory, Dublin Castle. Left 
1808-9. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Coole Park, Gahvay. DIED 1847. 

Gregory, William, brother of the above. Left 1807-8. M.A. Trin. Coll. 
Dublin; Incumbent of Fiddown, Kilkenny. EIED about 1875. 

Hardisty, Edward Samuel, son of G. Hardisty, Esq., 43, Great Marlborough 
Street, W. Left 1805-7. Solicitor, 1812 ; Principal Clerk of the 
Subpoena Office ; one of the original members of the Zoological Society. 
DIED Dec. 17th, 1837. 

Lucy, George, son of the Rev. J. Lucy, Charlecote Park, Warwick. Left 
1805 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Fowey, 1818-19 and 1820-30; of Charle- 
cote; J.P. Warwicks. (High Sheriff, 1831). DIED July 7th, 1845. 

Malton, Wlliam. Left 1807-8. Solicitor, 1814; of 60, Carey Street, Lin- 
coln's Inn. DIED 1851. 

Mowbray, Thomas, son of G. Mowbray, Esq., Mortimer, Reading. Left 
1805 2 . Capt. R.N. ; of Grangewood House, Overseale, Ashby-de- 
la-Zouch ; J.P. Leics. DIED June 16th, 1864. 

Paine, John, son of J. Paine, Esq., Patcham Place, Brighton. Left 1805 2 . 
Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; of Patcham Place ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex ; Lieut. - 
Col. Sussex Militia. DIED June 8th, 1874. 

Procter, James, son of J. Procter, Esq., Pinner. Left 1805-7. Exeter Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1811 ; Fellow of St. Peter's Coll. Camb., M.A. 1818 ; Rector 
of Garthorpe, Leics., 1838-63. DIED Oct. 28th, 1863. 

Theed, Thomas Frederick. Left 1808-9. Of Kirton, Lines. 



ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1804. 
Bland. Left 1804-5. 

Boldero, Lonsdala, son of E. G. Boldero, Esq. Left 1804. Joined Grenadier 
Guards, 1813 ; served in the Peninsular War and at Waterloo ; 
retired as Col. 1845. DIED Jan. 20th, 1863. 

Brant, William Crawley, son of R. Brant, Esq., Charterhouse Square, E.C. 
Left 1807 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812; M.A. 1815; Curate of 
Weston-under-Penyard, Hereford. DIED Aug. 24th, 1867. 



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Bridges. Left 1804-5. 
Brookes. Left 1804-5. 

Curtis, Charles Berwick (Druries), son of Sir W. Curtis, 1st Bart., of Culland's 
Grove. Left 1811-12. Gunpowder Manufacturer, Hounslow Powder 
Mills. DIED Oct. 20th, 1876. 

Daniell, James Frederic Nugent (Druries), son of J. Daniell, Esq., Carshalton 
Park, Surrey. Left 1809-10. Member of H.E.I.Co.'s Select Com- 
mittee in China ; of Sandown, Esher ; J.P. Surrey ; D.L. London. 
DIED 1871. 

Dundas, Thomas, son of the Hon. L. Dundas, 2nd Baron Dundas, 1 820, and 
1st Earl of Zetland, 1838. Left 1809-10. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1815; M.P. Richmond, 1818-30 and 1835-9; York, 1830-34; succ. 
as 2nd Earl of Zetland, 1839 ; Lord-Lieut. N. Riding Yorks. ; Grand 
Master of the Freemasons of England ; K.T. DIED May 6th, 1873. 

Fisher. Left 1804-5. 

Henley. Left 1805-7. 

Hook, Theodore Edward, son of J. Hook, Esq. Left 1804-5. St. Mary 
Hall, Oxf. ; the well-known writer and practical joker. DIED 
Aug. 24th, 1841. 

Lane, Richard, son of T. Lane, Esq., Leyton Grange, Essex. Left 1809-10. 
DIED Jan. 27th, 1870. 

Linton, John, son of J. Linton, Esq., Stirtloe House, Buckden, Hunts. Left 
1807-8. Joined 6th Dragoons, 1808; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1830; 
present at Waterloo ; of Stirtloe ; J.P. and D.L. Hunts. DIED 1877. 

Olton. Left 1807-8. 

Perceval, Hon. George James, son of Charles, 2nd Baron Arden (O.H.). Left 
1805 2 . Entered R.N. 1805 ; retired as Admiral, 1863 ; saw much 
service during the French War, 1805-14 (present on the Orion at 
Trafalgar) ; present at the battle of Algiers, 1816 ; M.P. W. Surrey, 
1837-40 ; succ. as 3rd Baron Arden, 1840, and as 6th Earl of Egmont, 
1841. DIED Aug. 2nd, 1874. 

Perceval, Hon. John, brother of the above. Left 1809-10. Trin. Coll. 
Camb., M.A. 1812. DIED March 15th, 1818. 

Perceval, Spencer, son of the Rt. Hon. S. Perceval (O.H.), First Lord of the 
Treasury. Monitor, 1811; left 1812-13. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1816; M.P. Ennis, 1818-20; Newport, I. of W., 1827-31 ; Tiverton, 
1831-2 ; Teller of the Exchequer ; Clerk of the Ordnance, 1828 ; one 
of the Irvingite "Apostles." DIED Sept. 16th, 1859. 

Platt, Samuel, son of T. Platt, Esq., Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, W.C. 

Monitor, 1813 ; left 1813 2 . Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; 

Barrister, 1825 ; of Belmont, Wimbledon Park ; J.P. and D.L. 

Middlesex. DIED May 16th, 1862. 
Shaw, Halsnod, son of J. Shaw, Esq., Architect, London. Left 1807-8, 

Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb. 
Smelt. Left 1805-7. 
Valletort, William Richard, Viscount, son of Richard, 2nd Earl of Mount 

Edgcumbe. Left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Lostwithiel, 1816-18. 

DIED Oct. 29th, 1818. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1804. 

Armytage, John, son of Sir George Armytage, 4th Bart. Left 1804-5. After- 
wards at Eton ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Heath Hall, Wakefield. DIED 
May 31st, 1836. 

Bradburn. Left 1805-7. 



JOSEPH DRURV. 33 

Brett, Joseph George, son of J. G. Brett, Esq., Grove House, Old Brompton. 

Left 1807 2 . Jesus Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1820; of Ranelagh, Chelsea; 

Vicar of Lenham, Kent, and Incumbent of Hanover Chapel, Regent 

Street, 1832-52. DIED May 20th, 1852. 

Buchanan, John Phillips, son of J. Buchanan, Esq. Left 1805-7. Capt. 

16th Light Dragoons. KILLED at Waterloo. 
Burro wes. Left 1808-9. 

Chaplin, Henry, son of C. Chaplin, Esq., Blankney, Sleaford. Monitor, 1808 ; 
left 1808-9. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812 ; M.A. 1815 ; Vicar of 
Ryhall-cum-Essendine, Rutland, 1835-49. DIED March 22nd, 1849. 
Clayton, George, son of N. Clayton, Esq., Chesters, Hexham. Left 1805-7. 

Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812. DIED in Jamaica, April llth, 1816. 
Durand, Henry, son of the Very Rev. D. F. Durand, Dean of Guernsey. Left 
1806 3 . In business at Cadiz, 1808-12. DROWNED while bathing 
at Guernsey, March 26th, 1813. 
Evans. Left 1804. 

Eyre, Gervase Anthony, son of Col. A. H. Eyre, Grove, Notts. Left 1808-9. 
In 1st Guards ; served in the Peninsular War. KILLED at the battle 
of Barrosa, March 5th, 1811. 

Hall, Roger, son of S. Hall, Esq., Narrow Water, Warrenpoint, Co. Down. 
Left 1804-5. Of Narrow Water ; J.P. and D.L. Armagh (High Sheriff, 
1815) and Down (High Sheriff, 1816). DIED Sept. 20th, 1864. 
Hastings. Left 1804-5. 

James, John, son of Sir W. J. James, 1st Bart., of Betteshanger. Left 1805-7. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Min. Plen. to the Netherlands, 1815-16. DIED 
June 4th, 1818. 

Little, William Hunter, son of G. Little, Esq. Left 1807-8. Of Llanvair 
Grange, Abergavenny ; J.P. and D.L. Monmouth (High Sheriff, 1852). 
DIED Dec. 10th, 1864. 

Morant, George, son of J. Morant, Esq., Brockenhurst Park, Lymington. 
Left 1808-9. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Farnborough Place, Hants. DIED 
Dec. 17th, 1875. 

Pollard, George, son of W. Pollard, Esq., Scarr Hill, Bradford. Left 1805-7. 
Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding Yorks. DIED in the 
hunting-field, Nov. 18th, 1869. 

Salwey, Henry, son of T. R. Salwey, Esq., The Lodge, near Ludlow. Left 
1809-10. Col. Coldstream Guards ; of Runnymede Park, Egham ; 
M.P. Ludlow, 1837-41 and 1847-52 ; J.P. Surrey. DIED 1874. 
Sarel, Henry Rule. Left 1809-10. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814; M.A. 
1817; Rector of Balcombe, Sussex, 1819-68; Rural Dean. DIED 
Nov. 14th, 1868. 

Sherifle, Thomas, son of T. Sheriffe, Esq., Henstead, Suffolk. Monitor, 
1808 ; left 1808. Trin. Coll. and Magd. Coll. (Demy) Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; 
M.A. 1814 ; Rector of Eyke, Suffolk, 1829-30 ; of Henstead, Suftolk, 
1837-61. DIED Oct. 10th, 1864. 

Wood, Mark, son of Sir M. Wood, 1st Bart., of Gatton. Left 1811. Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1829 ; a constant and liberal patron 
of the Turf. DIED Aug. 4th, 1837, when the Baronetcy became 
extinct. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1805. 

Buller, James Went worth, son of J. Buller, Esq., Downes, Crediton. Monitor, 
1811 ; left 1811. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819; B.C.L. 1824; D.C.L, 
1829 ; Fellow of All Souls ; of Downes ; M.P. Exeter, 1830-54. 
N. Devon, 1857-65. DIED March 13th, 1865. 

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Buller, Thomas Wentworth, son of W. Buller, Esq., Whimple, Devon. Left 
1807 2 . Entered R.N. 1806 ; retired as Commander, 1817 ; saw 
much service during the French War ; Tithe Commissioner for England 
and Wales. DIED Oct. 30th, 1852. 

Garrett, Robert, son of J. Garrett, Esq., Ellington, Isle of Thanet. Left 
1808-9. Joined 2nd Regt. 1811 ; was afterwards in the 7th Fusiliers, 
97th Regt., 20th Regt., and 46th Regt., which he commanded 1845-57 ; 
Lieut. -Gen. 1866 ; served in the Peninsular War (present at many 
engagements, and wounded at Salamanca and the Pyrenees ; medal 
with 4 clasps) ; commanded the 4th Division in the Crimea (medal 
and clasp ; K.L.H. ; 3rd Class Medjidie ; Turkish and Sardinian 
medals); K.C.B. ; K.H. DIED June 13th, 1869. 

Gordon, James Adam, son of Gordon, Esq., Knockespock, Aberdeenshire. 
Monitor, 1808 ; left 1808-9. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813 ; 
M.A. 1816; of Naish House, W T raxall, near Bristol ; F.S.A. DIED 
March 4th, 1854. 

Hawkins. Left 1805-7. 

Lindsay, Thomas, son of the Hon. C. D. Lindsay, Bishop of Kildare. Left 
1808-9. In 83rd Regt. KILLED at the battle of Vittoria, June 21st, 1813. 

Maud, John Primatt (Mr. Evans'), son of J. Maud, Esq., Aldersgate, E.C. 
Left 1808-9. Magd. Coll. Oxf. and Caius Coll. Camb. (Scholar), 
B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1819 ; P.C. of Swainswick, Glos., 1822-47. DIED 
Dec. 24th, 1847. 

Mirehouse, John Campbell, son of J. Mirehouse, Esq., Brownslade, and 
Angle, Pembrokeshire. Left 1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812 ; 
M.A. 1817; Barrister, 1817: of Brownslade and Angle; J.P. and 
D.L. Pembroke and Middlesex ; Common Serjeant of the City of 
London, 1833-50 ; Author of Treatises on " The Law of Advowsons " 
and " The Law of Tithes." DIED Feb. 1 8th, 1850. 

Newbattle, John William Robert, Lord, son of William, 6th Marquis of Lothian. 
Left 1805-7. Oh. Ch. Oxf. ; Earl of Ancrum, 1815; M.P. Hunting- 
don, 1820-24; succ. as 7th Marquis, 1824; Capt. of the Yeomen of 
the Guard in 1841 ; Lord-Lieut, of Roxburgh ; Col. Edinburgh 
Militia. DIED Nov. 14th, 1841. 

Paxton, Archibald Frederick, son of Sir W. Paxton, Middleton Hall, Car- 
marthenshire. Left 1807-8. Joined llth Light Dragoons, 1811 ; 
served in the Peninsular War (present at Salamanca ; medal) and in 
France, 1814- 15; of Cholderton House, Salisbury; J.P.Wilts. DIED 1875. 

Peel, Edmund, son of Sir R. Peel, 1st Bart. Left 1805-7. Of Bonehill, 
Staffs. ; M.P. Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1831-7. DIED Nov. 1st, 1850. 

Perring. Left 1805. 

Preston. Left 1808-9. 

Ramsden, Thomas, son of Capt. G. Ramsden (O.H.), 15th Hussars. Left 
1805-7. In the Guards; of Harcourt Lodge, Glos. DIED Aug. 20th, 1860. 

Sperling, Henry Grace, son of H. P. Sperling, Esq., Norbury Park, Surrey. 
Monitor, 1811 ; left 1811. Schol. of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1815; M.A. 
1818 ; Rector of Papworth, Cambs., 1816-21. DIED July llth. 1821. 

Tower, William, son of C. Tower, Esq. (O.K.), Weald Hall, Brentwood. Left 
1805 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812; Head Master of the 
Grammar School, Brentwood, and Vicar of Braughing, Herts. DIED 
Aug. 2nd, 1847. 

Webb, Philip Barker, son of P. C. Webb, Esq., Milford House, Godalming. 
Monitor, 1811; left 1811. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 
1815 ; of Milford ; well-known as an author on botanical subjects. 
DIED in Paris, Aug. 31st, 1854. 



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REV. GEORGE BUTLER, D.D. 

EASTER 1805 EASTER 1829. 



ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1805. 

Ar milage, James, son of E. Armitage, Esq., Farnley Hall, Leeds. Left 
1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1816; Proprietor of the Farnley 
Iron Works. DIED July 27th, 1872. 

Armitage, John Leathley, brother of the above. Left 1807-8. Proprietor of 
the Farnley Iron Works. DIED Jan. 7th, 1870. 

Armytage, John Wentworth, son of J. Armytage, Esq. Left 1809-10. Em- 
manuel Coll. Camb., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1819 ; P.C. of Hickleton, Yorks., 
and Vicar of Bulwell, Notts., 1817. DIED April 12th, 1865. 

Barnard, Edward William, son of H. B. Barnard, Esq., Cave Castle, Brough, 
Yorks. Left 1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1S13 ; M.A. 1817; 
Vicar of South Cave, Yorks. ; of Brantinghamthorp, Yorks. ; author 
of several volumes of verse, etc. DIED Jan. 10th, 1828. 

Boultbee, Joseph Moore, son of J. Boultbee (O.H.), Springfield, Knowle, 
Warwicks. Left 1807 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1812 ; of Springfield ; 
J.P. and D.L. Warwicks. ; Lieut.-Col. Warwicks. Militia. KILLED by 
an accident during the review of his regiment, May 24th, 1860. 

Cameron (of Lochiel), Donald, son of Cameron of Lochiel, Achnacarry, Inver- 
ness-shire. Left 1805-7. Joined Grenadier Guards, 1814; retired 
1820 ; served at Waterloo ; D.L. Inverness. DIED Dec. 4th, 1858. 

Claridge, George, son of J. F. Claridge, Esq., Sevenoaks. Left 1809-10. 
Solicitor at Sevenoaks, 1815-41. DIED 1841. 

Claridge, John Thomas, brother of the above. Monitor, 1809 ; left 1809-10. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1818; Barrister, 1818; Recorder of 
Prince of Wales' Island, 1825-32 ; Knighted 1825 ; subsequently 
settled in Guernsey. DIED June 25th, 1868. 

Clive, Edward, son of E. B. Clive, Esq., Whitfield, near Hereford. Monitor, 
1811 ; left 1811. Joined Grenadier Guards, 1811 ; Col. 1840; served 
in Peninsular War and at Quatre Bras and Waterloo. DIED April 15th, 
1845. 

Dacre, Life, son of T. Dacre, Esq., Stratford, Essex. Left 1807 2 . Univ. 
Coll. Oxf. 

Drummond, John, son of J. Drummond, Esq., The Boyce Court, Gloucester. 
Left 1809-10. Joined Coldstream Guards, 1810; Gen. 1865; served 
in the Peninsular War (present at Vittoria and other engagements ; 
medal and 3 clasps) ; of The Boyce Court ; J.P. Glos. DIED 1875. 



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FitzRoy, Charles Augustus, son of Lord C. FitzRoy, Wicken, Northants. Left 
1809-10. Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards ; served at Waterloo ; M.P. 
Bury St. Edmunds, 1831-2 ; Lieut.-Gov. of Prince Edward's Island, 
1837 41 ; of the Leeward Islands, 1841-5 ; Gov.-Gen. of N.S. Wales, 
1846-54; K.C.B. ; K.C.H. DIED Feb. 16th, 1858. 

Gardner, J. C. Left 1805-7. In Rifle Brigade. 

Gordon. Left 1809-10. 

Manners, Arthur Caesar, son of Sir W. Manners, 1st Bart., Lord Huntingtower, 
1821. Left 1811-13. Assumed the name of Tollemache, and raised 
to the rank of an Earl's son, 1840. DIED at Dinan, April 1st, 1848. 

Manners, Felix Thomas, brother of the above. Left 1809-10. Assumed the 
name of Tollemache, and raised to the rank of an Earl's son, 1840. 
DIED Oct. 5th, 1843. 

Manners, Lionel William John, brother of the above. Left 1809-10. M.P. 
Ilchester, 1827-30 ; succ. his father as 2nd Bart. 1833, and his grand- 
mother as 8th Earl of Dysart, 1840. DIED Sept. 23rd, 1878. 

Middleton. Left 1808-9. 

Van neck. Hon. Thomson, son of Joshua, 1st Baron Huntingfield. Left 1808-9. 
DIED March 22nd, 1855. 

Yeoman, Bernard, son of H. W. Yeoman, Esq., Woodlands, Whitby. Left 
1805. Entered R.N. ; Commander, 1815. DIED April 23rd, 1836. 

Yeoman, Constantine, twin brother of the above. Left 1805-7. Major R.A. 
DIED July 27th, 1853. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1805. 
Blake, H. Left 1811-13. 
Bligh, J. W. or R. Left 1809-10. 
Bridges. Left 1805-7. 
Brisco, Musgrave, son of Capt. W. Brisco, Coghurst, Ore, Sussex. Left 

1808-9. Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816; of 

Coghurst ; M.P. Hastings, 1844-54 ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex and Yorks. 

DIED May 9th, 1854. 
Brisco, Wastel, brother of the above. Monitor, 1811 ; left 1811. Trin. 

Coll. Camb., B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; of Bohemia House, Hastings; 

J.P. and D.L. Sussex. DIED April 18th, 1878. 

Butler, Hon. James, son of Henry, 2nd Earl of Carrick. Left 1807-8. In 
Holy Orders. DIED Sept. 1834. 

Cherry, George Henry, son of G. F. Cherry, Esq., Denford, near Hungerford. 
Monitor, 1811; left 1811. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 
1814; M.A. 1819; of Denford ; M.P. Dunwich, 1820-26; J.P. and 
D.L. Berks. (High Sheriff, 1829). DIED Jan. 6th, 1848. 

Clarke, George Ford, son of the Rev. R. Clarke, Bedale, Yorks. Left 1807-8. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. and Pembroke Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1816; Rector of 
Thornton Watlass, Yorks., 1815-42. DIED April 17th, 1842. 

Currie. Left 1807-8. 

Davies, David Arthur Saunders, son of D. Davies, Esq., Pentre, Pembroke- 
shire. Left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1814 ; M.A. 1817 ; Barrister, 
1818; of Pentre; M.P. Carmarthenshire, 1842-57; J.P., D.L., and 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Pembrokeshire. DIED May 22nd, 1857. 

Dawson, Henry (The Head Master's), son of W. Dawson, Esq., St. Leonard's 
Hill, Windsor. Monitor, 1809; left 1809-10. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1815; M.A. 1818; Rector of Bunwell, Norfolk, 1820-86; and of 
Hopton, East Harling, 1828-73. DIED Dec. 21st, 1889. 



1805 3 -07 2 ] GEORGE BUTLER. 37 

Dawson, William, brother of the above. Monitor, 1809 : Head of the School, 
1811; left 1811. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817. 
DIED 1830. 

Hesketh. Left 1805-7. 

Hills, Robert, son of P. Hills, Esq., Colne Park, Essex. Left 1809-10. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; of Colne Park ; J.P. and D.L. Essex (High Sheriff, 1856). 
DIED 1876. 

Milbank, Mark, son of W. Milbank, Esq., Thorp Perrow, Bedale. Left 1813 2 . 
Oriel Coll. Oxf.; of Thorp Perrow; M.P. Camelford, 1818-19 and 
1820-32 ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. (High Sheriff, 1837) ; J.P. 
Durham. DIED Oct. 21st, 1881. 

Miles. Left 1805-7. 

Moore, William George, son of F. Moore, Esq., Under Sec. for War. Left 
1809-10. Joined Grenadier Guards ; Lieut.-Gen. 1855 ; served in 
the Peninsular War (severely wounded at the blockade of Bayonne, 
having his arm shattered by a musket ball whilst, together with Capt. 
Herries, A.D.C., endeavouring to extricate the General from beneath 
his horse, which had been shot under him by the French in a sudden 
sortie from the citadel. While thus engaged they were surrounded 
by the enemy, and the whole party taken prisoners) and in France, 
1814 15 (present at Waterloo) ; Col. 60th Rifles ; K.C.B. DIED 
Oct. 23rd, 1862. 

O'Brien. Left 1807-8. 

Pattenson, Cooke Tylden-, son of the Rev. R. C. Tylden-Pattenson, Milsted 
Rectory, Kent. Left 1806 3 . Joined 43rd Regt. 1807 ; transferred to 
Rifle Brigade, 1817 ; retired as Capt. 1818 ; Lieut.-Col. 1854 ; served 
in the Peninsular War ; medal with clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo 
(wounded), Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Toulouse ; 
knocked down by a musket ball in a skirmish near Vera, in the Pyre- 
nees, his life being saved by a small volume of " Gil Bias " in the left 
breast-pocket of his pelisse, the ball striking the book close to the 
edge, and taking the impression of the cross mohair braid on the 
cover ; of Ibornden, Biddenden, Kent ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED 
Jan. 23rd, 1858. 

Rowley, David, son of O. Rowley, Esq., Priory Park, St. Neots. Left 1808-9. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814 ; M.A. 1817 : Barrister, 1818 ; of 
Priory Park, ; J.P., D.L., and Receiver-Gen. Hunts. DIED Dec. llth, 
1855. 

Shaw. Left 1807 2 . 

Thompson, George, son of George, 8th Earl of Winchilsea. Assumed the 
name of Finch, 1807 ; Monitor, 1811 ; left 1811. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
of Burley House, Oakham ; M.P. Lymington, 1818-19; Stamford, 
1832-7; Rutland, 1846-52. DIED June 29th, 1870. 

Thornhill. Left 1805-7. 

Windle, Maxwell, son of T. Windle, Esq., John Street, Bedford Row, W.C. 
Monitor, 1813 ; left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1819 ; Special 
Pleader, 1823. DIED 1834. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY 1806 MIDSUMMER 1807. 

Adamson. Left 1807-8. 

Arnold. Left 1808-9. 

Atkinson, Thomas, son of T. Atkinson, Esq., Brampton, Westmorland. 

Left 1811. Queen's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1814. 
Barnjum. Left 1807-8. 
Barnjum. Left 1808-9. 



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Blackman, Henry Harnage, son of G. Blackman, Esq., afterwards Sir G. 
Harnage, 1st Bart. Monitor, 1813 ; left 1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1822 ; in Holy Orders ; assumed the name of Har- 
nage, 1821. DIED Aug. 6th, 1853. 

Bligh, W. Left 1811. 

Buckley, Edward Pery, son of Col. E. P. Buckley (O.K.), Woolcombe Hall, 
Dorset. Left 1809-10. Joined Grenadier Guards, 1812; Gen. and 
Col. of the 83rd Regt. 1865 ; served in the Peninsular War (present 
at the passage of the Bidassoa, the battle of Nivelle, and the invest- 
ment of Bayonne ; medal with 2 clasps) and at Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo ; of New Hall, Wilts. ; M.P. Salisbury, 1853-65 ; Equerry 
to Queen Victoria. DIED May 28th, 1873. 

Bushman. Left 1807-8. 

Chaloner, Henry, son of W. Chaloner, Esq., Guisborough, Yorks. Left 
1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813 ; Vicar of Alne, Yorks., 1820-50. 
DIED Nov. 26th, 1850. 

Chaplin, Thomas, son of C. Chaplin, Esq., Blankney, Sleaford. Left 1808-9. 
Joined Coldstream Guards, 1811 ; retired as Col. 1841 ; served in 
the Peninsular War (severely wounded at St. Sebastian), the Nether- 
lands, and France ; M.P. Stamford, 1826-31 and 1832-8; J.P. and 
D.L. Lines. DIED May 10th, 1863. 

Clavering, James, son of Sir T. J. Clavering, 8th Bart. Left 1809-10. Joined 

14th Light Dragoons ; served in the Peninsular War. DIED in 

Spain. 

Collins. Left 1807-8. 
Collins. Left 1808-9. 
Connop, Richard, son of N. Connop, Esq., Enfield, Middlesex. Left 1809-10. 

Joined 93rd Regt. ; retired as Lieut. -Gen. ; of Durants, Enfield. 

DIED Feb. 5th, 1867. 

Cookson. Left 1807-8. 
Daniell. Left 1809-10. 

Deane, Hon. Matthew Fitzmaurice, son of Robert, 1st Baron Muskerry. 
Left 1808-9. Succ. as 3rd Baron, 1824. DIED May 19th. 1868. 

Dewar, David Albemarle Bertie, son of D. Dewar, Esq. Left 1808-9. Pre- 
viously at Westminster ; of Doles Hall, Andover. DIED Nov. 25th, 
1859. 

Douglas. Left 1808-9. 

Downes, Robert, son of the Rev. R. Downes, Ardley, Oxon. Monitor, 1809 ; 
Head of the School, 1810 ; left 1809-10. Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1819 ; M.A. 1821 ; Rector of Fetcham, Surrey, 1839-59 ; Vicar of 
Leamington, 1859. DIED Oct. 19th, 1859. 

Drummond, Berkeley, son of C. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Left 
1809-10. Joined 3rd Guards, 1812; Major-Gen. 1851; served in 
the campaign of 1814-15 ; present at the storming of Bergen-op- 
Zoom, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo ; of Eaglehurst, Hants. ; Groom- 
in- Waiting to Queen Victoria. DIED May 3rd, 1860. 

Eason. Left 1808-9. 

Edridge, Charles Cadell. Monitor, 1811 ; left 1812-13. St. John's Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1817 ; M.A. 1821 ; Rector of Enborne, Berks., 1849-50 ; 
subsequently of Devonshire Terrace, W. DIED Dec. 19th, 1865. 

Eustace, John Rowland, son of C. Eustace, Esq., Robertstown, Co. Kildare. 
Left 1807-8. Joined a Cavalry Regt. ; transferred to the Guards ; 
Lieut. -Gen. 1859; of Baltraney, Co. Kildare (High Sheriff, 1848); 
K.H. DIED Aug. 7th, 1864. 



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Evans. Left 1809-10. 

Evans. Left 1811-13. 

Evelyn, George, son of J. Evelyn, Esq., Wotton, Dorking. Previously at 
Warminster Grammar School ; left 1810. Joined 3rd Guards, 1810 ; 
transferred to 60th Rifles as Capt. 1821 ; served in the Peninsular 
War and at Waterloo ; severely wounded in the defence of the Chateau 
of Hougomont ; of Wotton ; J.P. and D.L. Kent ; F.S.A. ; an 
original member of the Athenaeum Club. DIED Feb. 15th, 1829. 

Fairfleld, Charles George, son of G. Fairfield, Esq. (O.H.), Walton Bridge 

House, Sunbury. Left 1814-15. Joined 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1815 ; 

transferred to 3rd Guards, 1815 ; retired, 1830 ; became a land 

agent ; of Mounteagle, Co. Kerry ; on the Dublin Committee of the 

great Exhibition, 1851 ; J.P. and D.L. Kerry (High Sheriff, 1833) ; 

Major, Kerry Militia. DIED Oct. 16th, 1853. 
Fraser, Hon. William, son of Alexander, 15th Baron Saltoun. Left 1809. 

Trin. Coll. Camb.. B.A. 1811 ; M.A. 1814. DIED May 15th, 1845. 
Gordon, Michael Francis, son of D. Gordon, Esq., of Abergeldie, N.B. Monitor, 

1811 ; left 1811-13. Of Abergeldie ; J.P. and D.L. Aberdeen. DIED 

Dec. 31st, 1860. 
Gordon. Left 1808-9. 
Gosselin, Gerard Lipyeatt (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Gen. G. Gosselin, Mount 

Ospringe, Faversham, Kent. Left 1811. Of Ospringe ; farmed his 

own property. DIED May 4th, 1888. 

Grant, Robert Innes, son of Sir A. Grant, 7th Bart., of Dalvey. Monitor, 
1811; Head of the School, 1812; left 1812 3 . Succ. as 9th Bart. 
1854. DIED at Bonn, Aug. 1st, 1856. 

Grimston, Charles, son of T. Grimston, Esq., Grimston Garth, Hull. Left 
1808-9. Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1812; of Grimston Garth and 
Kilnwick, Yorks. ; J.P. and D.L. E. Riding Yorks. ; Col. E. Riding 
Yorks. Militia. DIED March 21st, 1859. 

Gunning, Robert Henry, son of Sir G. W. Gunning, 2nd Bart. Left 1811. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1823 ; M.P. Northampton, 
1830-31 ; High Sheriff of Northants., 1841. DIED Sept. 22nd, 1862. 

Hammond, Maximilian Dudley Digges, son of W. Hammond, Esq., St. Alban's 
Court, Wingham, Kent. Left 1811. Assumed the name of Dalison, 
1819 ; of Hamptons, near Tonbridge ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED 
May llth, 1870. 

Harington, Edward John, son of Sir J. E. Harington, 8th Bart. Left 1808-9. 
Haileybury Coll. 1809-11; H.E.I.C.S. 1811-36; Judge of Hooghly. 
DIED Oct. 15th, 1857. 

Honour, Joseph. Left 1811. Of Greenford, Middlesex. 

Hyde, John, son of N. Hyde, Esq., Ardwick, Lanes. Left 1809-10. Of 
Syndale Park, near Faversham ; D.L. Kent. DIED March 25th, 1848. 

Isherwood, George, son of H. Isherwood, Esq., The Hermitage, Old Windsor. 
Left 1809-10. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; in Holy Orders ; of The Hermit- 
age. DIED Sept. 30th, 1858. 

Johnstone. Left 1807-8. 

Kerr. Left 1808-9. 

Knatchbull, Wadham, son of W. Knatchbull, Esq., Russell Place, W.C. 
Monitor, 1811 ; left 1812-13. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1816; M.A. 1823; 
Rector of Sutton Mandeville, Wilts., 1831-9; Prebendary of Wells; 
of Cholderton Lodge, Salisbury. DIED Jan. 9th, 1876. 

Knatchbull, Wyndham, brother of the above. Left 1808-9. In Grenadier 
Guards ; served in the Peninsular War ; invalided, and DIED on his 
way home on board H.M.S. Dictator, Oct. 14th, 1813. 



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Lambart, Hon. Edward Henry Went worth Villiers, son of Richard, 7th Earl of 
Cavan. Left 1807-8. DIED June 13th, 1812. 

Langton. Left 1808-9. 

Lawrence, Alfred Charnley, brother of M. W. Lawrence, Esq. (O.H.). Left 

1807 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1818; Rector of 

Sandhurst, Kent, 1831-57. DIED about 1867. 

Leigh. Left 1809-10. 

Lindsay, Philip Yorke, son of the Hon. C. D. Lindsay, Bishop of Kildare. 

Left 1807-8. Haileybury Coll. 1810-12; H.E.I.C.S. 1813-33; Supt. 

of Salt Golahs at Salkhia. DIED at the Cape of Good Hope, Dec. 16th, 

1833. 
Lloyd, Henry James, son of F. Lloyd, Esq., M.P., Leaton Knolls, Shrewsbury. 

Head of the School, 1811; Capt. Cricket XL 1812; left 1812-13. 

Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1822 ; for many years Incumbent 

of Teddington, Middlesex, and Deputy Chaplain of Chapel Royal, 

Hampton Court ; Rector of Selattyn, Salop, 1852-3. DIED Sept. 3rd, 

1853. 

Lowndes, William, son of R. Lowndes, Esq., Liverpool. Left 1808-9. Brase- 
nose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817; Barrister, 1818; Q.C. 1842; 
Judge of Small Debts Court, 1847. DKOWNED March 31st, 1850. 

Lyon, Charles, son of T. Lyon, Esq., Gibride, Durham. Left 1809-10. Trin. 
Hall, Camb. 

Mackenzie, Hon. William Frederick, son of Francis, 1st Baron Seaforth. 
Left 1808-9. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1812 ; M.P. Ross-shire, 1812-14. 
DIED Aug. 25th, 1814. 

Maitland, William Whitaker (Mr. Evans'), son of J. Maitland, Esq., M.P., 
Loughton Hall, Essex. Left 1812. Magd. Coll. Camb. ; of Loughton 
Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Essex. DIED July 1st, 1861. 

Mirehouse, Thomas Henry, son of J. Mirehouse, Esq., Brownslade, and Angle, 
Pembrokeshire. Left 1809-10. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814; 
M.A. 1817 ; Rector of Harlaxton, Lines., 1827-67 ; Vicar of Easton- 
in-Gordano, Somerset, 1818-67 ; Prebendary of Salisbury ; J.P. 
Somerset. DIED Jan. 7th, 1867. 

Mirehouse, William Squire, twin brother of the above. Monitor, 1809 ; left 
1809-10. Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817; Rector of 
Colsterworth, Lines., 1825-64 ; Chaplain to the Princess Sophia ; J.P. 
Glos. and Pembrokeshire. DIED March 26th, 1864. 

Moore. Left 1811. 
Morgan. Left 1807 2 . 

Napier, Gerard Martin Berkeley, son of E. B. Napier, Esq., Pennard House, 
Shepton Mallet. Left 1808-9. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Pennard House ; 
J.P. and D.L. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1820). KILLED by a fall from 
his horse, May 13th, 1820. 

Parks, Charles Crawford (Mrs. LeitKs), son of Capt. R. Parks, H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1813 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1815-17; H.E.I.C.S. 1817-46; Col- 
lector of Customs at Allahabad. DIED Aug. 22nd, 1854. 

Parris, Paul Carrington, son of D. Parris, Esq., Barbados, West Indies. Left 
1807-8. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Pennell. Left 1811. 

Pinero, John Daniel, son of M. Pinero, Esq., Kingsbury, Middlesex. Left 
1809-10. Solicitor, 1823 ; of 8, Prince's Street, Bedford Row ; retired, 
1865. DIED May 27th, 1871. 



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Porter, Charles ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. J. Porter, Bishop of Clogher. 

Monitor ; left 1815 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., 3rd Wrangler ; B.A. 1819 ; 

M.A. 1822 ; B.D. 1831 ; Fellow and Tutor of Caius Coll. ; Vicar of 

St. Martin, Stamford, 1833-42 ; Rector of Ayhnamullen, Ireland, 

1842-50 ; Vicar of Ganton, Yorks., 1850-55 ; of Raunds, Northants., 

1855-7. DIED June 16th, 1877. 
Potenger, Richard, son of T. Potenger, Esq., Guernsey. Left 1808-9. Univ. 

Coll. and Scholar of Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1814; M.A. 1819; 

Rector of St. Martin's, Guernsey, 1832-60. DIED Feb. 5th, 1860. 

Rabett, George William, son of R. Rabett, Esq., BramSeld Hall, Saxmundham. 

Left 1808-9. Capt. R.N. DIED Nov. 20th, 1858. 
Rabett Reginald, brother of the above. Left 1808-9. St. Edmund Hall, 

Oxf. ; Vicar of Thornton, Leics, 1831-57 ; Rector of Passenham, 

Northants., 1857-60 ; of Bramfield Hall. DIED Sept. 10th, 1860. 
Seccombe. Left 1809-10. 
Slater, James Henry, son of J. Slater, Esq., Leyton House, Essex. Left 

1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Newick Park, Lewes ; J.P. and D.L. 

Sussex (High Sheriff, 1827). DIED Jan. 12th, 1864. 
Smith, R. Left 1808-9. 
Smyth, David Scott Carmichael- (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Carmichael- Smyth, 

Esq., M.D., of Aithirnie, N.B. Left 1811-13. Haileybury Coll. 

1812-13; H.E.I.C.S. 1814; Judge of Hooghly and Officiating Judge 

of S.D.N.A. DIED Sept. 2nd, 1841. 
Strombom, Peter Henry, son of the Dutch Consul at the Cape of Good Hope. 

Left 1808-9. Haileybury Coll. 1812-13; Madras C.S. 1815; Judge 

of Provincial Court, N. Division. DIED in India, Aug. 28th, 1841. 
Stuart. Left 1807-8. 
Sturt, Henry Charles, son of C. Sturt, Esq., Crichel, Wimborne. Left 1811-13. 

Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Crichel ; M.P. Bridport, 1817-20 ; Dorchester in 

1830 ; Dorset, 1835-46 ; J.P. and D.L. Dorset. DIED April 4th, 1866. 
Sumner, George William Holme-, son of G. Holme-Sumner, Esq., M.P., 

Hatchlands, Guildford. Left 1808-9. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. DIED 

in Paris, Sept. 5th, 1817. 

Tastet, son of F. Tastet, Esq., Ashford Lodge, Halstead. Left 1809-10. 
Tastet, brother of the above. Left 1811-13. 

Tennant, Charles, son of G. Tennant, Esq., Cadoxton Lodge, Neath, Glamor- 
gan. Left about 1807. Of Cadoxton Lodge ; M.P. St. Albans, 

1830-31 ; J.P. and D.L. Glamorgan. DIED 1873. 

Thursby, John Haivey, son of J. H. Thursby, Esq., Abington Abbey, North- 
ampton. Left 1809-10. In 14th Light Dragoons; of Abington 
Abbey. DIED June 1st, I860. 

Trafford, Sigismund, son of S. Trafford, Esq., Wroxham Hall, Norfolk. Left 
1808-9. In Royal Dragoons; present* at Waterloo; of Wroxham 
Hall. DIED in Paris, Feb. 14th, 1852. 

Tunno, Edward Rose. Monitor, 1813; left 1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1818 ; M.A. 1822 ; of Llangennech Park, Carmarthenshire, and 
Warnford Park, Hants. ; M.P. Bossiney, 1826-32. DIED 1863. 

Vachell, F., son of R. Vachell, Esq., Coptfold Hall, Essex. Left 1808-9. 
In Coldstream Guards ; served in the Peninsular War. DIED of 
wounds received at the battle of Bayonne, April 14th, 1814. 

Waldegrave, Hon. William, son of William, 1st Baron Radstock. Left 

1807-8. Entered R.N. 1809; Capt, 1828; served in French War 

(wounded at Lissa, 1811) and at the battle of Algiers, 1816; C.B. 
DIED Dec. 20th, 1838. 



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Walker. Left 1808-9. 

Wallingford, Wlliam Thomas Knollys, Viscount, son of William Knollys, 
8th Earl of Banbury. Left 1809-10. Dropped the title of Lord 
Wallingford, 1813, the House of Lords declaring his father not entitled 
to the Earldom of Banbury ; joined Scots Guards, 1813 ; retired as 
Gen. 1877 ; served in the Peninsular War and with the army of occu- 
pation in France, 1815-16 ; Gov. of Guernsey, 1854-5 ; organised 
and presided over the camp at Aldershot, 1855-60 ; Pres. of Council 
of Military Education, 1861-2 ; Treasurer and Comptroller to 
King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales, 1862-77 ; Gentleman Usher 
of the Black Rod, 1877-83 ; K.C.B. ; P.C. ; Col. Scots Guards. DIED 
June 23rd, 1883. 

Waters, Thomas Methold (The Head Master's), son of E. T. Waters, Esq., 
Aldborough Hatch, Epping. Left 1810. Wine Merchant. DIED 
Jan. 3rd, 1869. 

Webb, Robert Smith, son of P. C. Webb, Esq., Milford House, Godalming. 
Left 1808-9. Lieut.-Col. 3rd Light Dragoons; of Milford House; 
J.P. Surrey. DIED March 2nd, 1868. 

Webb. Left 1808-9. 

Williams, Samuel Henry, son of R. Williams, Esq., Thames Ditton. Left 
1808-9. Of 2, Chester Terrace, Regent's Park. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1833. 

Wood. Left 1808-9. 
Wright, J. Left 1809-10. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1807 MIDSUMMER 1808. 

Annesley, Hon. George Arthur, son of George, 9th Viscount Valentia, 2nd 
Earl of Mountnorris, 1816. Left 1808-9. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. to 
courtesy title of Viscount Valentia, 1816. DIED in the lifetime of his 
father, March 16th, 1841. 

Aynsley, John Murray-, son of the Rev. Lord C. Murray-Aynsley, Booking, 
Kent. Left 1808-9. Of Underdown, Herefordshire ; J.P. and D.L. 
Hereford. DIED March 25th, 1870. 

Bayley. Left 1808-9. 

Beridge, Basil, son of the Rev. B. B. Beridge, Algarkirk, Lines. Left 1813 2 . 
Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; Rector of Algarkirk, 1823-81 ; Prebendary of 
Lincoln ; J.P. Lines. ; built or restored the churches and schools of 
three parishes in Lincolnshire at his own expense. DIED July 21st, 
1881. 

Beridge, Tan field Basil, brother of the above. Left 1808-9. Joined 4th 
Dragoon Guards at the age of 15, but having challenged his superior 
officer was obliged to sell out; joined General Bolivar's army in S. 
America about 1820 ; ^aken prisoner and shot by the Spaniards, 1821. 

Brigstocke, Augustus, son of W. O. Brigstocke, Esq., Blaenpant, Cardigan. 
Left 1811. Jesus Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817; B.D. 1825; 
Vicar of Kenarth, Carmarthen, and Rural Dean. DIED Feb. 25th, 
1852. 

Buller, William, son of W. Buller, Esq., Whimple, Devon. Left 1811. Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1819 ; Fellow of All Souls. 

Calthorpe, Hon. John Gough, son of Henry, 1st Baron Calthorpe. Left 
1809-10. Entered R.N. KILLED in suppressing a riot in Jamaica, 
June 10th, 1816. 

Cocker, B. C. Left 1809-10. 
Cole. Left 1809-10. 



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Colyear, Hon. Brownlow Charles, son of Thomas, 4th Earl of Portmore. Left 
1808-9. Succ. to the great estates of the Duke of Ancaster, 1809. 
DIED at Rome, Feb. 18th, 1819, of wounds received from banditti. 

Coote, Hon. Eyre, son of Charles, 2nd Baron Castlecoote. Left 1809-10. 
Succ. as 3rd Baron, 1823. DIED in Paris, April 1827, when the title 
became extinct. 

Crickitt, John George, son of J. Crickitt, Esq., Doctors' Commons, E.G. Left 
1809-10. Proctor in Doctors' Commons. DIED 1839. 

Crosbie, Pierse, son of Col. J. Crosbie, M.P., Ballyheigue Castle, Tralee, Co. 
Kerry. Left 1811. Of Ballyheigue; High Sheriff of Kerry, 1815; 
Major, Kerry Militia. DIED 1849. 

Cubitt, Edward George, son of T. Cubitt, Esq., Honing Hall, Norfolk. Left 
1811-13. In 4th Dragoon Guards; served in the Peninsular War 
(present at the retreat from Burgos and the battles of Vittoria, Pam- 
peluna, and Toulouse ; medal and 3 clasps) ; of Honing Hall ; J.P. 
and D.L. Norfolk. DIED Dec. 20th, 1865. 

Denne, Richard Greenland, son of R. Denne, Esq., Winchelsea. Left 1810. 
Barrister, 1824. DIED Dec. 5th, 1839. 

Duncombe, Thomas Slingsby, son of T. Duncombe, Esq., Copgrove, Borough- 
bridge. Left 181 1 3 . Gazetted to the Coldstream Guards while 
still at School ; retired, 1819 ; served in Holland in 1813 ; M.P. 
Hertford, 1826-32; Finsbury, 1834-61 ; well-known as a dandy and 
a Radical ; presented the Chartist Petition to the House of Commons, 
May 2nd, 1842. DIED Nov. 13th, 1861. 

Elwood, Thomas. Left 1809-10. Of Strandhill Park, Mayo ; J.P. and D.L. 
Mayo and Galway. DIED 1860. 

Graham, Thomas Henry, son of T. Graham, Esq., Edmond Castle, Carlisle. 
Left 1811. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1815; M.A. 1819; of Edmond 
Castle ; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff, 1824) ; F.S.A. DIED 
Feb. 5th, 1881. 

Gray. Left 1811. 
Hall. Left 1811-13. 

Hedley, Robert, son of R. S. Hedley, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Monitor, 
1811 ; left 1812-13. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1819 ; of Sid- 
brook, Somerset, and Long Benton, Northumberland. DIED 1862. 

Jobling, John Cresswell, son of R. Jobling, Esq., Newton Hall, Northumber- 
land. Monitor, 1812; left 1812-13. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1815; 
Land Agent to Sir Charles Monck, of Belsay Castle, Northumberland ; 
D.L. and Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Northumberland. DIED 
Aug. 2nd, 1858. 

Lawrence, Lucas. Left 1808-9. Joined Bengal Artillery, 1810 ; appointed 
to command the Nizam's Artillery at Aurungabad. DIED in India, 
June 12th, 1820. 

Leeke, Ralph Harvey (Druries), son of R. Leeke, Esq., Longford Hall, New- 
port, Salop. Left 1809-10. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 1820 ; 
Rector of Longford, 1825-44 ; of Ruckley Grange, Salop. DIED 
April 4th, 1849. 

Lewis, Chares Goring. Left 1809-10. 

Lewis, William (Mr. Evans'), son of W. Lewis, Esq., Hythe, Kent. Left 

1815 2 . Brasenose Coll. and St. Mary Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1819; M.A. 

1821 ; Vicar of Abbots Langley, Herts., 1838-58. DIED July 19th, 
1858. 



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Long, Henry Lawes (The Head Master's), son of E. B. Long, Esq., Hampton 
Lodge, Farnham. Monitor. 1813; left 1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
of Hampton Lodge, Farnham, and East Barnet ; J.P. Surrey. DIED 
1868. 

Macdonald, Alexander William Robert (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of Gen. the 
Hon. G. Macdonald (O.H.), 3rd Baron Macdonald, 1824. Left 1816-17. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Thorpe and Gunthwaite, Yorks. ; de jure 12th 
Baronet of Sleat and Premier Baronet of Nova Scotia, but did not 
use the title ; assumed the name of Bosvillc, 1832. DIED Sept. 22nd, 
1847. 

Mackenzie, Hon. George Leveson Boucherett, son of Francis, 1st Baron Sea- 
forth. Left 1808-9. DIED May 1814. 

Maclean, Archibald, son of Col. A. Maclean, of Ardgour, Argyllshire. Left 
1808-9. Entered R.N. 1810 ; Capt. 1822 ; taken prisoner by an 
American privateer, Oct. 1814. DIED July 1832. 

Maclean, John Hugh, brother of the above. Left 1813 2 . Advocate. DIED 
1826. 

Marcon, John, son of J. Marcon, Esq., Swaffham, Norfolk. Left 1809-10. 
Of Swaffham ; J.P. Norfolk. DIED Nov. 23rd, 1833. 

Maud, Charles Theobald, son of J. Maud, Esq., Aldersgate, E.C. Left 1808-9. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1818 ; of the Manor House, Bathampton ; 
Farmer, Horsebreeder, and Collector of pictures. DIED 

Methold, Thomas, son of Canon T. Methold (O.H.), Stonham Aspal Rectory, 
Suffolk. Left 1811. Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1816 ; M.A. 
1820 ; Rector of Kilverstone, Norfolk, 1826-53 ; of Illington, Norfolk, 
1841-3 ; J.P. Norfolk. DIED March 14th, 1853. 

Murray, Augustus Frederic, son of H.R.H. Augustus, Duke of Sussex, and 
Lady Augusta Murray. Left 1811. Joined Royal Fusiliers; after- 
wards in 9th Lancers and 4th Dragoons ; retired as Col. 1838 ; served 
in America, 1815; Equerry to William IV. ; Deputy Ranger of St. 
James' and Hyde Parks ; unsuccessfully claimed Dukedom of Sussex, 
1844 ; assumed the name of D'Este ; K.C.H. DIED Dec. 28th, 1848. 

Myddelton, Robert, son of the Rev. R. Myddelton, D.D., Gwaenynog, Denbigh- 
shire. Left 1808-9. Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1821 ; in 
Holy Orders ; of Gwaenynog ; J.P. Co. Denbigh. DIED about 1875. 

Northcote, Hugh Stafford, son of Sir S. H. Northcote, 7th Bart. Left 1811-13. 
Major 4th Dragoons. DIED Feb. 19th, 1830. 

Oxenham. Left 1808-9. 

Paxton, James William Llewellyn, son of Sir W. Paxton, Middleton Hall, 
Carmarthenshire. Left 1808-9. Lieut.-Col. 49th Regt. DIED at 
Trinidad, Aug. 24th, 1853. 

Pennant, David, son of D. Pennant, Esq., Downing, Holy well, Flint. Monitor, 
1813 ; left 1813 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Downing. DIED Feb. 25th, 1835. 

Potenger, son of T. Potenger, Esq., Guernsey. Left 1809-10. 

Preston. Left 1809-10. 

Quilton. Left 1809-10. 

Russell, Whitworth, son of Sir H. Russell, 1st Bart., of Swallowfield. Left 
1808-9. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1822; in Holy 
Orders ; Inspector of Prisons. DIED Aug. 2nd, 1847. 

Rycroft, Henry ( The Head Master's), son of Sir N. Rycroft, 2nd Bart. Monitor, 
1813; Head of the School, 1815; left 1815 2 . Trin. Hall, Camb., 
B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 1822 ; Vicar of Mumby, Lines., 1823-40 ; Rector of 
Wyvell, Lines., 1824-40; of Trusthorpe, Lines., 1832-40; Prebendary 
of Lincoln. DIED at Cadiz, April 6th, 1840. 



1807 3 -08 2 ] GEORQE BUTLER. 45 

Ry croft, Richard Henry Charles, brother of the above. Left 1809-10. Succ. 

as 3rd Bart. 1827. DIED Oct. 21st, 1864. 
Seymour, William, son of W. Seymour, Esq., Margaret Street, Cavendish 

Square. Left 1809-10. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1818; 

Barrister, 1819; Judge of High Court, Bombay. DIED in India. 

Dec. 1829. 
Sinclair, Alexander, son of the Rt. Hon. Sir J. Sinclair, 1st Bart., of Ulbster. 

Left 1808-9. Haileybury Coll. 1811-12; Madras C.S. 1812-32; Sub- 
Collector and Assistant Magistrate, Tanjore ; a learned genealogist. 

DIED Aug. 9th, 1877. 
Sowerby, Charles Backhouse, son of J. Sowerby, Esq., Putteridge Bury, 

Luton. Monitor, 1813; left 1814-15. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819; 

M.A. 1828 ; Rector of Ashton on-Mersey, Lanes., 1835-66. DIED 

March 8th, 1879. 
SoWerby, George, brother of the above. Left 1811-13. Trin. Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819; Barrister, 1819; of Putteridge Bury ; J.P. 

Herts., N. Riding Yorks., and Rutland ; D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED 

1868. 
Stevenson, Thomas, son of W. J. Stevenson, Esq., Receiver-Gen, of Jamaica. 

Left 1811. Joined 64th Regt. 1815; afterwards in 75th Regt. and 

7th Dragoon Guards ; retired as Lieut.-Col. DIED Sept. 6th, 1889. 
Strickland, Walter, son of G. Strickland, Esq., Chestnut Grove, Yorks. 

Monitor, 1811 ; left 1812-13. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Browne's Medallist 

for Latin Ode and Epigrams, 1813; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1822. DIED 

July 31st, 1875. 

Struth, Nathaniel. Left 1809-10. Trin. Coll. Camb. 
Thompson, Henry, son of Vice-Adm. Sir C. Thompson, 1st Bart., of Virhees. 

Monitor, 1813; left 1814-15. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 

1821 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1826; some time P.C. of Trinity Church, 

Fareham, Hants. ; Vicar of Frant, Sussex, 1844-68 ; Prebendary of 

Chichester. DIED 1868. 
Thursby, William, son of J. H. Thursby, Esq., Abington Abbey, Northampton. 

Left 1811-13. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1820; some time 

Vicar of Hardingstone, Northants., and All Saints', Northampton ; 

Vicar of Worthorne-next-Burnley, Lanes., 1836-69 ; Domestic Chaplain 

to the 1st Duke of Cambridge ; of Ormerod House, Burnley ; J.P. 

Lanes. DIED Oct. 10th, 1884. 

Townsend, John, son of G. Townsend, Esq., Honington, Warwick. Left 
1813. Joined R.H.A. ; retired, 1826 ; served in the Peninsular War 
and at Waterloo. DIED 

Tupper, CarrS William, son of D. Tupper, Esq., Hauteville House, Guernsey. 
Left 1809-10. Pembroke Coll. (Scholar) and Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1818; M.A. 1820; Fellow and Bursar of Exeter Coll. 1820-32; of 
Hauteville House. DIED March 26th, 1881. 

Tupper, Ferdinand Brock, son of J. E. Tupper, Esq., The Cotils, Guernsey. 
Left 1809-10. For many years in business as a Merchant at Cape 
Breton and Rio de Janeiro ; afterwards resided at Guernsey, and was 
the author of numerous works, chiefly relating to Guernsey. DIED 
1873. 

Ward, Henry George, son of R. P. Ward, Esq., Gilston Park, Herts. Monitor, 
1813; left 1814-15. In Diplomatic Service; First British Minister 
to the Mexican Republic, 1825-7 ; M.P. St. Albans, 1832-7 ; Sheffield, 
1837-49 ; Sec. to the Admiralty, 1846-9 ; Lord High Commr. to the 
Ionian Islands, 1849-55 ; Gov. of Ceylon, 1855-60 ; Gov. of Madras, 
1860 ; interested in railway undertakings ; Proprietor of the Weekly 
Chronicle ; author of " Mexico in 1827 " and " Travels in Mexico " ; 
G.C.M.G. DIED at Madras, Aug. 2nd, 1860. 



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Waters, Edmund Thomas (The Head Master's), son of E. T. Waters, Esq., 
Aldborough Hatch, Epping. Left 1811. Member of the London 
Stock Exchange. DIED Aug. 1st, 1863. 

Welsh, Robert Maling, son of Col. T. Welsh, Hertford Street, W. Left 
1809-11. 

Welsh, Thomas Maling, brother of the above. Monitor, 1813. ; left 1813 2 . 

Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817; of Merefield Lodge, Essex. DIED 

Dec. llth, 1832. 
Willes, John, son of J. Willes, Esq., Hungerford Park, Berks. Left 1809-10. 

EIED young. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1808 CHRISTMAS 1809. 

Anderdon, John Lavicount, son of J. P. Anderdon, Esq. Left 1809-10. 
Partner in the Firm of Manning and Anderdon, Merchants, London , 
author of various works, chiefly of a religious character ; brother- 
in-law of Cardinal Manning. DIED March 8th, 1874. 

Anderson. Left 1811. 
Ball. Left 1809-10. 
Ball. Left 1809-10. 
Bo wen, F. P. Left 1811-13. 
Bowen. Left 1809-10. 

Buckley, George Richard, son of Col. E. P. Buckley (O.H.), Woolcombe Hall, 
Dorset. Left 1811-13. In Coldstream Guards ; present at Waterloo. 
DIED at Paris, while serving with the army of occupation, 1815. 

Buckley, Henry William, brother of the above. Left 181 3 3 . Afterwards at 
Charterhouse; Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; M.A. 1822; Fellow 
of MertonColl. 1821-32 ; P.C. of St. Peter in the East, Oxford, 1824-31 ; 
Vicar of Eatington, Warwicks., 1831-3 ; Rector of Hartshorne, Staffs. 
1833-92. DIED Nov. 23rd, 1892. 

Campbell, John, son of Sir A. Campbell, 2nd Bart., of Succoth. Left 1811. 

M.P. Dumbarton, 1826-30. DIED 1830. 
Chichester, Arthur, son of Lord S. S. Chichester, Fisherwick, Staffs. Left 

1811-13. Brasenose Coll. Oxf.; D.C.L. 1834; Lieut.-Col. in the 

Army ; M.P. Milborne Port, 1826-30 ; Wexford Co. 1830-31 : created 

Baron Templemore, 1831 ; Lord of the Bedchamber, 1835-7 ; Lord- 

in-Waiting, 1837. DIED Sept. 26th, 1837. 
Church, Richard. Left 1814-15. 
Clutterbuck, Robert (Mrs. Leith's), son of R. Clutterbuck, Esq., Watford 

House, Herts. Monitor, 1815 ; Head of the School, 1817 ; left 1817. 

Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821; of Watford House; J.P. and D.L. 

Herts. DIED Sept. 15th, 1879. 
Cocker. Left 181 3 2 . 
Combe, Charles James Fox, son of H. C. Combe, Esq., Cobham Park, Surrey. 

Left 1811-13. Brewer; of Cobham Park; godson of Charles James 

Fox. DIED Oct. 20th, 1875. 
Connop, Henry, son of N. Connop, Esq., Enfield, Middlesex. Left 1809-10, 

Joined 55th Regt. ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; of Chorleywood House, 

Rickmansworth. DIED Sept. 20th, 1861. 
Cooke, Anthony Henry, son of B. Cooke, Esq., M.P., Owston, Yorks. Left 

1811-13. In R.E. DIED at Trincomalee, Feb. llth, 1823. 
Cooke, Robert Bryan, brother of the above. Left 1813-14. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 

1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1823 ; Rector of Wheldrake, Yorks., 1834-65 ; 

Prebendary of York ; of Bryn A!yn, Mold. DIED 1887. 



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Cooke. Left 1811-13. 

Dundas, Lawrence, son of the Hon. L. Dundas, 2nd Baron Dundas, 1820, 
1st Earl of Zetland, 1838. Left 1809-10. DIED Feb. 6th, 1818. 

Earle, Edward Robert. Left 1811-13. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; 
M.A. 1825 ; Vicar of Wardley, Rutland, 1837-56. DIED April 1st, 
1856. 

Edgcumbe, Hon. Ernest Augustus, son of Richard, 2nd Earl of Mount Edg- 
cumbe. Left 1811. Joined 1st Guards; retired 1819; served at 
Waterloo ; Viscount Valletort, 1818 ; M.P. Fowey, 1819-26 ; Lost- 
withiel, 1826-30 and 1830-32; Plympton, 1830; succ. as 3rd Earl 
1839 ; published a diary of his experiences in the Italian Revolution, 
1849, and various political pamphlets ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria. 
DIED on board his yacht off Erith, Sept. 3rd, 1861. 

Fiott, Nicholas. Monitor, 1811 ; Head of the School, 1813 ; left 1813 1 . St. 
John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817; M.A. 1820; B.D. 1828; Fellow of 
St. John's Coll. ; Vicar of Edgware, 1825-46. DIED about 1846. 

French, J. C. Left 1809-10. Of Jamaica. 

Gee. Left 1813 2 . 

Gilbert, Robert, son of the Rev. R. Gilbert, Settrington Rectory, Malton. 

Left 1811-13. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817; of York. DIED 

Aug. 26th, 1848. 

Gossip. Left 1811-13. 

Graham, John, son of T. Graham, Esq., Edmond Castle, Carlisle. Monitor, 

1811 ; left 1811-13. Of The Elms, Eastbourne ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex. 

DIED Jan. 20th, 1879. 

Grimston, Henry Estouteville, son of T. Grimston, Esq., Grimston Garth, 
Hull. Left 1811-13. Of Etton, Yorks. DIED Oct. 9bh, 1865. 

Grimston, Oswald, brother of the above. Left 1811-13. St. John's Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1813; M.A. 1817; of Mersham, near Southampton. 
DIED July 31st, 1872. 

Henderson, Francis, son of J. Henderson, Esq., Deal, Kent. Left 1813 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1819. 

Ingham, Robert, son of W. Ingham, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Left 1811. 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1815 ; M.A. 1818 ; Fellow, 
1816-29 ; Barrister, 1820 ; Q.C. 1851 ; Bencher of Inner Temple, 
1850 ; M.P. S. Shields, 1832-41 and 1852-68 ; Recorder of Berwick 
and Attorney-Gen, for County Palatine of Durham. DIED Oct. 21st, 
1875. 

Jacob. Left 1811. 

James, Philip Houghton. Left 1811-13. 

Jelf, George, son of Sir J. Jelf, Oaklands, Newnham, Glos. Left 1811. Bar- 
rister, 1824 ; for many years Secretary to the Church Building Society. 
DIED 1859. 

King, J. Left 1808-9. 

Lewis. Left 1813 2 . 

Long, Charles Edward, son of C. B. Long, Esq., Langiey Hall, Berks. Monitor 
1813; left 1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1819; M.A. 1822; Chan- 
cellor's Medal for English verse, 1818 ; devoted himself to genealogy, 
archaeology, and heraldry ; published researches on " John Lyon " 
in the Harrow Gazette ; assisted Dr. Butler in his biographical notes 
on " Old Harrovians," 1849 ; well-known as a contributor to the 
Gentleman's Magazine and other kindred publications. DIED 
Sept. 25th, 1861. 



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Lyon, David, son of D. Lyon, Esq., Jamaica. Left 1809-10. West India 
Merchant ; of Goring Hall, Sussex, and Balentore Castle, Forfar ; 
M.P. Beeralston, 1831-2 ; High Sheriff of Sussex, 1851. DIED 1872. 

Nicholson. Left 1813 2 . 

North, Frederick (The Head Master's), son of F. F. North, Esq., Rougham 

Hall, Norfolk. Monitor, 1816 ; Head of the School, 1817 ; left 1818. 

St. John's Coll. Camb , Senior Optime ; B.A. 1821; of Rougham; 

M.P. Hastings, 1831-7, 1854-65, and 1868-9; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk 

and Sussex. DIED Oct. 29th, 1869. 
Parry, William Harvey (Mrs. Leith's), son of W. Parry, Esq., 16, Montagu 

Square, W. Monitor; left 1815 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1819; 

Barrister, 1823 ; of Southampton. DIED July 26th, 1853. 
Platt, George (Druries), son of T. Platt, Esq., Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, 

W.C. Left 1816 2 . Member of the Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms ; 

resided for many years in Spain. DIED /'.'. . 

Ramsden. Left 1811-13. 

Robson, John, son of E. Robson, Esq., 26 Castle Street, Leicester Square, 
W.C. Left 1809-10. Solicitor, 1816; of 26 Castle Street; Town 
Clerk and Deputy High Steward of Westminster. DIED 1860. 

Seccombe. Left 1809-10. 

Seymour, Frederick Charles William, son of Admiral Lord H. Seymour. 
Left 1811. DIED Dec. 7th, 1856. 

Shepherd, Edward George Howell-, son of Capt. E. C. Howell-Shepherd, 1st 
Life Guards. Lamed for life in falling from the School-yard wall 
while fielding at yard-cricket; left 1811-13. Of 30, Devonshire 
Street, Portland Place. DIED Nov. 27th, 1843. 

Sparrow, J. Left 1813 2 . 

Spencer. Left 1811-13. 

Sperling, Harvey James, son of H. P. Spelling, Esq., Norbury Park, Surrey. 
Head of the School, 1813 ; left 1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818 ; 
M.A. 1821 ; of Lattenbury Hill, St. Ives, Hunts. ; Rector of Pap- 
worth, Cambs., 1821-58. DIED May 24th, 1858. 

Tayler, Thomas. Left 1814-15. 

Thomson, George Julius, son of J. Thomson, Esq., Waverley Abbey, Surrey. 
Monitor, 1814; left 1814-15. Pembroke Coll. Oxf. and St. John's 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; of Castle Combe, Wilts. ; M.P. Stroud, 
1833-68 ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. ; well-known as a geologist and political 
economist ; author of numerous pamphlets ; Sec. Geological Society ; 
F.R.S. ; assumed the name of Poulett-Thomson, 1814, and that of 
Poulett-Scrope, 1821. DIED Jan. 19th, 1876. 

Tupper, Elisha William, son of J. E. Tupper, Esq., The Cotils, Guernsey. 
Left 1809-10. Entered R.N. 1810 ; Lieut. 1818 ; served in the 
French War (present at the attack on New Orleans). DIED of wounds 
received in action against Greek pirates at Crete, June 26th, 1826. 

Vivian, John Edwards, son of J. Vivian, Esq. Left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. 
Camb. 

Westmorland. Left 1809-10. 

Wheatley, Leonard Lewin, son of W. Wheatley, Esq., Kensington, W. Left 
1812. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Woodruff e, John, son of Woodruff e, Esq., Leicestershire. Left about 
1810. Barrister, 1824; practised chiefly in Bankruptcy Court. 
DIED Feb. 26th, 1845. 



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Wyndham, William, son of W. Wyndham, Esq., Dinton Park, Salisbury. 
Monitor, 1813; left 1813 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Dinton Park; M.P. 
S. Wilts., 1852-9 ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. DIED Feb. 27th, 1862. 

Yorke, James Whiting, son of J. W. Yorke, Esq., Wybarton, Lines. Left 
1813 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Walmsgate, Lines. DIED July 28th, 
1854. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY 1810 EASTER 1811. 

Barker, John Richard ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Barker, Cam- 
bridge. Left 1817. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824; 
Barrister, 1826 ; of 63, Lincoln's Inn Fields. DIED about 1844. 

Bosanquet, Charles Holford (Mr. Evans'), son of C. Bosanquet, Esq., Rock, 
Northumberland. Monitor, 1815 ; left 1815-16. Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823; Barrister, 1823. DIED Dec. 19th, 1834. 

Brudenell, James Thomas, son of Robert Brudenell, Esq., 6th Earl of Cardigan, 
1811. Lord Brudenell, 1811; left 1811-13. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; M.P. 
Marlborough, 1818-29 ; Fowey, 1829-32 ; N. Northants., 1832-7 ; 
succ. as 7th Earl, 1837 ; joined 8th Hussars, 1824 ; Lieut.-Col. 15th 
Hussars, 1832, which he left in consequence of a personal quarrel ; 
Lieut.-Col. llth Hussars, 1836; Maj.-Gen. 1854; Lieut.-Gen. 1861; 
served in the Crimea and led the charge of the Light Brigade at Bala- 
clava ; Inspector-Gen, of Cavalry, 1856-60; K.C.B. ; tried by the 
House of Lords for wounding Capt. Tuckett in a duel on Wimbledon 
Common, Sept. 10th, 1841, but acquitted on technical grounds. 
KILLED by a fall from his horse, March 27th, 1868. 

Buller (Mrs. Armstrong's). Monitor, 1813 ; Head of the School, 1815 ; 
left 1815-16. 

Callaghan. Left 1811-13. 

Calthorpe, Hon. Arthur Gough, son of Henry, 1st Baron Calthorpe. Left 
1813 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. DIED in Paris, March 5th, 1836. 

Carter. Left 1811. 

Causton, Thomas Henry (Mr. M. Drury's), son of the Rev. T. Causton (O.H.), 
Ticehurst, Sussex. Left 1816-17. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1823; M.A. 
1825 ; Incumbent of St. Michael's, Highgate, 1838-54. DIED May 15th, 
1854. 

Chandless, Henry Gore, son of T. Chandless, Esq., Dorset Square, N.W. 
Left 1813 3 . Barrister, 1832 ; of Cambray, Cheltenham. DIED 
Feb. 6th, 1893. 

Chandless, Thomas, brother of the above. Left 1813 2 . Barrister, 1822 ; 
Q.C. 1851 ; of 45, Harewood Square, N.W. DIED Feb. 23rd, 1883. 

Coventry, Thomas William (Mr. M. Drury's), son of the Hon. T. W. Coventry, 
North Cray, Kent. Left 1816. In 15th Hussars. DIED Feb. 16th. 

1882. 

Croke, Alexander (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Sir A. Croke, Studley Priory, 
Wheatley, Oxon. Monitor; left 1815 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf.; Student 
of the Inner Temple, 1816. DIED Dec. 14th, 1818. 

Cumberbatch, Edward Carlton, son of E. Cumberbatch, Esq., Barbados. 
Left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1830; in Holy 
Orders ; Head Master of Hitchin Grammar School, 1832-5. DIED 
1835. 

Drummond, Arthur, son of C. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), London. Left 1814-15. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1826; Rector of Charlton, Kent, 
1826-62. DIED Feb. 26th, 1862. 

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50 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

FitzRoy, George (Mra. Leith's), son of Lord C. FitzRoy, Wicken, Northants. 

Left 1817. Capt. 1st Life Guards ; of Grafton Regis, Northants. 

DIED Jan. 4th, 1 883. 
Gray, George Robert (H.B.), son of D. Gray, Esq., H.M. Diplomatic Service. 

Monitor, 1817 ; Head of the School, 1818 ; left 1818. Scholar of 

Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; Vicar of Inkberrow, Worcs., 1830-83 ; 

J.P. Warwicks. and Worcs. DIED March 20th, 1883. 
Hindle, John Fowden, son of J. F. Kindle, Gillibrand Hall, Lanes. Monitor, 

1814; left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821; of 

Woodfold Park, Blackburn ; High Sheriff of Lanes., 1844 ; Major 

Lanes. Militia. DIED at Portobello Barracks, Dublin, Feb. 7th, 1 849. 
Hindle, William Fowden, brother of the above. Left 1813 3 . Capt. 6th 

Dragoon Guards ; of Woodfold Park, Blackburn. DIED April 1st, 

1853. 
Hornby, John Hunter (The Head Master's), son of J. Hornby, Esq., The 

Hook, Fareham. Monitor, 1816 ; left 1816. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; 

M.A. 1823 ; Barrister, 1824. DIED Sept. 8th, 1841. 
Hornby, William, brother of the above. Left 1811. In R.N. ; of The Hook, 

Fareham. DIED April 12th, 1869. 

Button. Left 1811-13. 

Isherwood. Left 1811-13. 

Johnston, Charles. Left 1811-13. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818. 

Kelsall. Left 1813 3 . 

Langton, William Henry Gore-, son of Col. W. Gore-Langton, Newton Park, 
Somerset. Monitor, 1818 ; left 1818. Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824 ; 
of Clifton Court, Bristol; M.P. Bristol, 1852-65; Mayor of Bristol, 
1852 ; J.P. and D.L. Somerset. DIED May 16th, 1875. 

Legh, Peter, son of J. Legh, Esq., Norbury Booths Hall, Knutsford. Left 
1813 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818 ; M.A. 1821 ; Barrister, 1821 ; 
of Norbury Booths Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Cheshire (High Sheriff, 1827). 
DIED Aug. 29th, 1857. 

Lewin, Frederick Mortimer, son of T. Lewin, Esq., The Hollies, Bexley. Left 
1811-13. Also at Winchester ; Haileybury Coll. 1815-18 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1818-47 ; Judge of Kumbhakonum ; of The Hollies ; J.P. Kent and 
Hants. DIED June 17th, 1877. 

Manners, Hugh Francis (Mr. Roberts'), son of Sir W. Manners, 1st Bart., 
Lord Huntingtower, 1821. Monitor, 1818; left 1819 3 . St. Peter's 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831 ; Rector of Harrington, Northants., 1831-90; 
assumed the name of Tollemache, and raised to the rank of an Earl's 
son, 1840. DIED March 2nd, 1890. 

Marjoribanks, Archibald John (Mr. M. Drury's), son of S. Marjoribanks, Esq., 
M.P., Bushey Grove, Herts. Left 1814-15. DIED 1826. 

Milbourne. Left 1811-13. 

Monro, Robert (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of T. Monro, Esq. (O.H.), M.D., 
Bushey, Herts. Monitor, 1815 ; Cricket XI. 1815 ; left 1816 1 . Post- 
master of Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 1821 ; Chaplain of 
Bridewell Hospital, 1833-48 ; Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks., 1850- 
57. DIED Dec. 1st, 1857. 

Munro. Left 1811-13. 

Murray. Left 1811-13. 

Northcote, Stafford Charles, son of Sir S. H. Northcote, 7th Bart. Left 1814-15. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 1821 ; Rector of Upton Pyne, 
Devon, 1821-72. DIED April 19th, 1872. 



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Paterson. Left 1811-13. 

Perceval, Hon. Arthur Philip ( The Head Master's], son of Charles, 2nd Baron 

Arden (O.H.). Monitor, 1817 ; left 1817. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 

1820 ; B.C L. 1824 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1821-5 ; Rector of East 

Horsley, Surrey, 1824-53 ; Chaplain to George IV., William IV., and 

Queen Victoria. DIED June 4th, 1853. 

Perceval, Hon. Charles George ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. 
Monitor ; left 1815 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Rector of Calverton, Bucks., 
1821-58. DIED July 26th, 1858. 

Perceval, Hon. Edward ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1813 2 . Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb. ; M.A. 1815. DIED March 18th, 
1840. 

Perceval, Henry ( The Head Master's), son of the Rt. Hon. S. Perceval (O.K.), 
First Lord of the Treasury. Monitor, 1815 ; Head of the School, 
1816; left 1816 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823; 
Rector of Charlton, Kent, 1825-6 ; of Washington, Durham, 1826-37 ; 
of Elmley Lovett, Worcs., 1837-83. DIED Aug. llth, 1885. 

Prichard, Charles Arthur, son of C. Prichard, Esq., Tyllwyd, Cardiganshire. 
Left 1814-15. Postmaster of Merton Coll.; of Tyllwyd; J.P. and 
D.L. Cardigan ; J.P. Carmarthenshire ; Capt. Cardigan Militia ; 
took a prominent part in suppressing the " Rebecca " riots. DIED 
Nov. 17th, 1862. 

Quin, Henry, son of W. Quin, Esq., Loughloher Castle, Co. Tipperary. Left 
1813 2 . 

Quin, William, brother of the above. Left 1813 2 . Of Loughloher Castle ; 
J.P. Tipperary. DIED March 15th, 1869. 

Robinson, Edmund (Mr. M. Drury's), son of E. Robinson, Esq., Thorp Green, 
Yorks. Left 1817. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; 
Curate of Great Ousebourne, Yorks. DIED March 26th, 1846. 

Rocke, Frederick Becher. Left 1814-15. In Bengal Cavalry and 24th Light 
Dragoons ; Capt. DIED many years ago. 

Rocke, Richard (Mr. Evans'), son of R. Rocke, Esq., India. Monitor, 1816 ; 
Captain of Cricket XI. 1816 ; left 1816 ; Lincoln Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; 
Rector of Lyndon, Rutland, 1828-30. DIED July 27th, 1830. 

Rollock, A. Left 18 13 3 Of Barbados. 

St. Leger, John. Left 1811-13. Major 14th Dragoons; of Pickford Lodge, 
Lamberhurst, Kent, and Benacre Hall, Suffolk. DIED April 20th, 1868. 

Stapleton, John Charles, son of J. C. Stapleton, Esq., Clerk of the Crown, 
Antigua. Left 1811-13. Downing Coll. Camb., B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1837 ; Rector of Teversall, Notts., 1837-77. DIED 1877. 

Sturt, Charles, son of T. L. N. Sturt, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 1811-13. Joined 
39th Regt. 1813 ; retired as Capt. 1833 ; served in the Peninsular War 
(present at Garris, the Gaves, Garin, Aire, and Toulouse), in Canada 
under Sir G. Prevost in 1814, and in Ireland during the Whiteboy 
riots, 1819-26 ; was the first to unfurl the British Colours in Paris 
after Waterloo ; subsequently proceeded with his regiment to Australia, 
where he became one of the pioneers of Australian exploration ; 
received the thanks of the N.S.W. Govt. for suppressing a mutiny of 
convicts at Norfolk Island, 1830 ; Surveyor-Gen., Commr. of Lands, 
Register-Gen., Col. Treas., and Col. Sec. of S. Australia, 1839-51 ; 
Fellow and Gold Medallist of the Royal Geographical Society ; nomin- 
ated K.C.M.G. 1869. DIED June 16th, 1869. 



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Tait, John, son of C. Tait, Esq., of Blairlogie, Stirling, N.B. Left 1811-13. 
Afterwards educated at Genoa and Edin. ; Advocate, 1819 ; of 
Blairlogie ; J.P. Cos. Perth, Stirling, and Clackmannan ; Sheriff 
of Clackmannan, Kinross, Linlithgow, and Perth ; Convener of the 
Sheriffs of Scotland ; Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Advocates. DIED 
May 22nd, 1877. 

Torlesse, Charles Martin, son of C. Torlesse, Esq. Monitor, 1813 ; left 1814-15. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817 ; M.A. 1821 ; Vicar of Stoke-by-Nayland, 
Essex, 1832-81. DIED 1881. 

Townsend, Samuel Thomas, son of S. I. Townsend, Esq. Left about 1811. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826; M.A. 1830. 

Usher. Left 1811. 

Webb. Left 1814-15. 

Yorke, Charles Philip, son of Admiral Sir J. S. Yorke, K.C.B., M.P. Left 
1811-13. Entered R.N. 1815; Admiral (retired), 1863; present 
at the bombardment of Algiers, 1816 ; M.P. Reigate, 1831-2 ; Cambs. 
1832-4 ; succ. as 4th Earl of Hardwicke, 1834 ; Lord-in- Waiting, 
1841-6 ; Postmaster-Gen. 1852 ; Lord Privy Seal, 1858-9 ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Cambs. ; LL.D. Camb. and D.C.L. Oxon. DIED Sept. 17th, 
1873. 

Yorke, Philip James, son of the Rev. P. Yorke, Ely. Left 1811-13. Col. 
Scots Fusilier Guards. DIED Dec. 14th, 1874. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER CHRISTMAS 1811. 

Alcock, John (The Head Master's), son of J. Alcock, Esq., Roehampton, 
Surrey. Monitor, 1815; left 1816. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; 
Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1817. DIED 

Baillie, Evan, son of P. Baillie, Esq., M.P., of Dochfour, Inverness. Left 
1813. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Dochfour ; J.P. and D.L. Inverness ; 
J.P. Cromarty. DIED April 1883. 

Birkett, John Daniel (Mr. M. Drury's), son of D. Birkett, Esq., Isleworth. 
Monitor, 1815; Head of the School, 1816; left 1816. Trin. Coll. 
Oxf. ; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1818. DIED 

Blackman, Edward (Mr. M. Drury's), son of G. Blackman, Esq., afterwards 

Sir G. Harnage, 1st Bart. Left 1816. Assumed the name of Harnage, 

1821 ; of Dean's Yard, Westminster. DIED June 25th, 1861. 
Brooke. Left 1814-15. 
Campbell, Duncan, son of A. Campbell, Esq., of Lochnell, Bonaw, N.B. 

Left 1816. Of Lochnell; J.P. and D.L. Argyll. DIED May llth, 

1882. 
Carr, Andrew Morton (Druries), son of W. T. Carr, Esq., Esholt Heugh, 

Northumberland. Left 1816. St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1820 ; 

Barrister, 1827 ; Solicitor of Excise for Scotland, 1827 ; for England 

and Scotland, 1844-9. DIED Sept. 17th, 1852. 
Charnoek, J. Left 1813 2 . 
Cocker (Mrs. LeitKs). Left 1815 2 . 
Coekett, H. ( H. B. ). Left 1815-16. 
Crosbie. Left 1811-13. 
Daintry John, son of J. S. Daintry, Esq., North Rode, Congleton. Left 

1811-13. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1817 ; M.A. 1820 ; P.C. of Shedfield, 

Hants., 1832-41 ; Rector of Patney, Wilts., 1841-9 ; PC. of North 

Rode, Cheshire, 1849-63. DIED Sept. 7th, 1869. 

Deer, John or William ( H. B. ). One of the town boys admitted in consequence 
of the Master of the Rolls' judgment, 1810 ; left 1811-13. 



1811 2 -11 3 ] GEORGE BUTLER. 53 

Dewing, Richard, son of R. Dewing, Esq., East Radhain, Rougham, Norfolk. 
Left 1814-15. Trin Coll. Carnb., B.A. 1818. Of Carbrooke Hall, 
Thetford ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk. DIED 1876. 

Dundas, Hon. Henry (The Head Master's], son of Robert, 2nd Viscount 
Melville. Left 1816-17. Joined 83rd Regt. ; afterwards in Cold- 
stream Guards and 60th Rifles, which he commanded in the Sikh 
War, 1849 ; Gen. in the Army ; M.P. Rochester, 1826-30 ; succ. as 
3rd Viscount, 1851 ; G.C.B. DIED Feb. 1st, 1876. 

Dundas, Hon. Richard Saunders, brother of the above. Left 1814-15. En- 
tered R.N. 1817; Vice-Adm. 1858; served in China, 1841, and 
commanded the Baltic Fleet, 1855-7 ; Lord of the Admiralty, 1854-5 
and 1857-61 ; K.C.B. ; Grand Officer of Legion of Honour; D.C.L. 
Oxon. DIED June 3rd, 1861. 

Ellice, Russell (The Head Master's'), son of A. Ellice, Esq., Bathwick, Somer- 
set. Left 1815-16. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824; 
Merchant in London and E.I. Director, 1832-58 ; of Brickendonbury, 
Herts. ; D.L. London. DIED 1873. 

Franks, James Augustus, son of W. Franks, Esq., Beech Hill, Barnet. Left 
1814-15. St. Peter's Coll. and Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; M.A. 
1821 ; Curate of Bishop's Hatfield, Herts. DIED Nov. 9th, 1823. 

George, Rupert Dennis, son of Sir R. George, 1st Bart. Left 1813 2 . Succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1823 ; Provincial Sec. of Nova Scotia ; C.B. DIED March 
1856, when the Baronetcy became extinct. 

Gordon, Adam, son of D. Gordon, Esq., of Abergeldie, N.B. Left 1814-15. 
Head of firm of Gordons & Co., Engineers and Ironfounders, Dept- 
ford ; J.P. Kent and Surrey. DIED Jan. 14th, 1839. 

Gray, John Edward (The Head Master's), son of J. Gray, Esq., Wembley 
Park, Middlesex. Left 1816-17. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 
1824; Curate of Gayton, Northants., 1824-8; of Wembley Park. 
DIED Sept. 10th, 1887. 

Gray. Left 1816-17. Col. Grenadier Guards ; of Betch worth, Surrey. 
DIED '.',.", 

Hamilton, Charles ( H.B.), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury Grove, Harrow. 
Left 1817. Of Kensworth, Herts. ; J.P. Herts. ; Master of the Kens- 
worth Harriers. DIED Nov. 15th, 1867. 

Harington, Richard ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. E. Harington, 8th Bart. 
Monitor, 1816; left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 
1821 ; M.A. 1824 ; B.D. and D.D. 1842 ; Fellow of Brasenose Coll. 
1822-34 ; Rector of Old, Northants., 1834-42 ; Principal of Brasenose 
Coll. 1842-53. DIED Dec. 13th, 1853. 

Hele, George Selby, son of the Rev. R. H. S. Hele, Grays, Essex. Left about 
1813. Exeter Coll. Oxf. and St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A., 1824; 
M.A. 1827 ; Vicar of Grays, 1826-9 ; afterwards resided at Bishops- 
teignton, Devon. DIED about 1880. 

Hill, P. R. A. (H.B.). Left 1813 3 . 

Hope, Charles Robert (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. C. S. Hope, All Saints' 
Vicarage, Derby. Left 1815 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1819; Curate 
of St. Alkmund's, Derby, and Mugginton, Derbyshire. DIED about 

1868. 

Knox (H.B.). Left 1813 3 . 
Langton (Mr. Evans'). Left 1815 2 . 
Lawrence (The Head Master's). Left 1815-16. 
Loosly, James (H.B.). Left 1811-13. 



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Maclean, Alexander ( The Head Master's), son of Col. A. Maclean, of Ardgour, 
Argyllshire. Left 1814-15. Hailey bury Coll. 1815-17 ; Madras C.S. 
1817-50 ; Member of Board of Revenue ; of Ardgour ; J.P. and D.L. 
Argyll. DIED Nov. 28th, 1872. 

Malcolm, Neill (The Head Master's), son of N. Malcolm, Esq., Poltalloch, 
Argyll. Monitor, 1815; left 1815-16. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1824; 
M.A. 1826; of Poltahoch ; M.P. Boston, 1826-31. DIED Oct. 2nd, 
1857. 

Manners, Frederick James, son of Sir W. Manners, 1st Bart., Lord Hunting- 
tower, 1821. Left 1820-21. M.P. Grantham, 1826-30, 1837-52, 
1857-65, and 1868-74 ; of Ham House, Surrey ; assumed the name of 
Tollemache and raised to the rank of an Earl's son, 1840. DIED 
July 2nd, 1888. 

Michell, Philip Henry (Mrs. Leith's), Left 1815-16. Capt. 47th Regt. 

Midgley. Left 1811-13. 

Murray, Lord Charles, son of John, 4th Duke of Athole. Left 1814-15. DIED 
at Gastonini, in Greece, where he had gone to support the rebellion, 
Aug. llth, 1824. 

Page, John (H.B.). One of the town boys admitted in consequence of the 
Master of the Rolls' judgment, 1810; left 1814-15. 

Partridge, Robert Wynward (Mr. M. Drury's), son of R. Partridge, Esq., 

Cawnpore, India. Left 1816-17. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Oakley Hall, 

Bishop's Stortford. DIED June 19th, 1838. 
Pearson, Robert, son of R. Pearson, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Left 1813 3 . 

Christ's Coll. Camb. 
Phillipps, Robert Biddulph (Mrs. Leith's), son of Chancellor R. Phillipps, 

Longworth, Herefordshire. Monitor, 1816; left 1817. Trin. Coll. 

Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1824 ; Barrister, 1825. DIED May 1864. 

Phipps, Hon. Constantino Henry (The Head Master's), son of Henry, 3rd 
Baron and 1st Earl of Mulgrave. Viscount Normanby, 1812 ; Monitor, 
1813 ; left 1813. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1818 ; M.P. Scarborough, 
1818-20; Higham Ferrers, 1822-6; Malton, 1826-30; succ. as 2nd 
Earl, 1831 ; created Marquis of Normanby, 1838 ; Gov. of Jamaica, 
1832-4; Lord Privy Seal in 1834; Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1835-9; 
Sec. for the Colonies in 1839; Home Sec. 1839-41 ; Ambassador to 
Paris, 1846-52 ; Minister at Florence, 1854-8 ; K.G. ; G.C.B. ; G.C.H. 
DIED July 28th, 1863. 

Preston, John (The Head Master's). Left 1815 2 . Of Ingatestone, Essex. 

Somers (Mr. W. Drury's). Left 1815 2 . 

Stanley, Thomas (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Stanley, Esq., Brighton. Monitor, 
1816 ; left 1817. Madg. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; in Holy Orders. 
DIED Dec. 28th, 1864. 

Stapleton, George Howard, son of J. C. Stapleton, Esq., Clerk of the Crown, 
Antigua. Left 1814-15. Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; entered 
Diplomatic Service ; Attache at Stockholm. DIED Feb. 16th, 1841. 

Talbot, William Henry Fox ( The Head Master's), son of W. D. Talbot, Esq., 
Lacock Abbey, Chippenham. Monitor ; left 1815 2 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; Porson Prize, 1820 ; 12th Wrangler and 2nd Chancellor's 
Medallist ; B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1825 ; of Lacock Abbey ; M.P. Chippen- 
ham, 1833-4 ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1840) ; well known 
as a mathematician ; bore an original and principal part in the inven- 
tion of Photography ; F.R.A.S. ; F.R.S. ; Royal Medal, 1838 ; 
Rumford Medal, 1842 ; Great Gold Medal at Paris Exhibition, 1867 ; 
Hon. LL.D. (Edin.). DIED Sept. 17th, 1877. 



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Trevelyan, Walter Calverly ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. Trevelyan, 5th 
Bart., of Nettlecombe. Left 1815. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; 
M.A. 1822; succ. as 6th Bart. 1846: J.P. and D.L. Somerset and 
Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1850) ; President United Kingdom 
Alliance ; his Diary at Harrow was published in the Harrovian, 
Oct. 23rd, 1897, et seq. DIED March 23rd, 1879. 

Wade, William Serocold ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Wade, D.D., 
Lilley Rectory, Herts. Left 1817. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1824 ; 
M.A. 1827 ; Vicar of Redbourn, Herts., 1850-84 ; J.P. Herts, and St. 
Albans. DIED March 14th, 1884. 

White. Left 1814-15. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY 1812 MIDSUMMER 1813. 

Allanson, George (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. G. Allansori, Prebendary of 
Ripon. Left 1815-6. Christ's Coll. Camb. 

Atkinson, John Garnett (Mr. M. Drury's), son of J. Atkinson, Esq., Salford. 
Left 1817. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1822 ; Student of 
Lincoln's Inn, 1817. DIED 1884. 

Benyon, Samuel Yate (Mr. Evans'), son of S. Y. Benyon, Esq., Denston 
Park, Newmarket. Left 1817. Trin, Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823; of 
Dei:ston Park ; J.P. Suffolk. DIED May 19th, 1864. 

Berners, Henry (Mr. Evans'), son of W. Berners, Esq., London. Left 1815 2 . 
Lived abroad for many years ; of 25, Sussex Place, Onslow Gardens. 
DIED Jan. 12th, 1880. 

Seville, Henry Edward ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Beville, Calcot 
Park, near Reading. Left 1815-16. Afterwards at Eton ; St. 
Peter's Coll. Camb., 23rd Wrangler ; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828; Fellow 
of St. Peter's Coll. ; joined 95th Regt. ; transferred to 5th Dragoon 
Guards ; retired as Capt. 1837. DIED Aug. 1873. 

Bicknell, Samuel (The Head Master's). Left 1816. St. John's Coll. Camb. 

Bilton, William ( The Head Master's), son of J. Bilton, Esq., York. Monitor, 
1815; left 1815-16. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1826; M.A. 1827; P.C. 
of Lamorbey, Kent, 1840-66 ; subsequently of 35, Sackville Street, 
W. DIED June 2nd, 1883. 

Bishop, Charles (Mr. Evans'), son of J. R. Bishop, Esq., Dolygarreg, Llan- 
dovery. Left 1815-16. Solicitor, 1824 ; Clerk of the Peace for Car- 
marthen ; of Dolygarreg. DIED July 7th, 1886. 

Blosse, Francis Lynch- (Druries), son of Sir R. Lynch-Blosse, 8th Bart. 
Succ. as 9th Bart., 1818; left 1818. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1821 ; 
in Holy Orders. DIED July 5th, 1840. 

Bowden, John William, son of J. Bowden, Esq., Fulham. Left 1814-15. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; Commr. of Stamps, 1826-40 ; 
keen supporter of the Tractarian Movement, and an intimate friend 
of Cardinal Newman ; author of numerous ecclesiastical works. DIED 
Sept. 15th, 1844. 

Boyle. Left 1813 2 . 

Buckston, German, son of the Rev. G. Buckston, Bradborne Vicarage, Derby. 
Left 1814-15. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1820; Vicar of Brad- 
borne, 1827-61 ; of Sutton-on-the-Hill, Derby, 1841-61. DIED 
April 17th, 1861. 

Budd, William Henry (The Head Master's). Left 1816. Joined Madras 
Army ; retired as Major-Gen. 1861 ; Auditor of Commissariat Ac- 
counts, Madras. DIED 1862. 



56 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Burdon, George (Mr. M. Drury's), son of G. Burdon, Esq. Left 1815 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Heddon House, Wylam-on-Tyne ; J.P. and 
D.L. Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1850). DIED April 2nd, 1884. 

Burro wes (Mr. W. Drury's). Left 1817. In 17th Lancers. 

Calvert, Harry (The Head Master's), son of Gen. Sir H. Calvert, 1st Bart. 
Football XL 1814-15; left 1816-17. Downing Coll. Camb.; joined 
7th Fusiliers, 1819 ; transferred to Grenadier Guards ; retired as 
Major, 1830; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1826; M.P. Buckingham, 1832-41, 
1857-74, and 1880-85 ; Bedford, 1847-52 ; P.C. ; assumed the name 
of Verney, 1827. DIED Feb. 12th, 1894. 

Calvert, John, son of T. Calvert, Esq., South Audley Street, W. Left 1817. 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; Barrister, 1825. 

Calvert, Nicolson Robert (Druries), son of N. Calvert, Esq., M.P., Hunsdon 
House, Herts. Monitor, 1818.; left 1818. St. John's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1822 ; M.A. 1825 ; Rector of Childerley, Cambs., and of Hunsdon, 
Herts., 1832. DIED 1871. 

Causton, Charles (Mr. M. Drury's), son of the Rev. T. Causton (O.K.), Tice- 
hurst, Sussex. Monitor, 1819 ; Head of the School, 1820 ; left 1820-21. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824; M.A. 1829; Rector of Stretton-on-the- 
Fosse, Warwicks., 1839-65; of Lasham, Hants., 1865-81. DIED 
July 28th, 1881. 

Chichester, George Augustus Frederick (The Head Master's), son of Lord 
S. S. Chichester, Fisherwick, Staffs. Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf. and 
Downing Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; in Holy Orders. DIED 
June 8th, 1829. 

Claridge, Henry (Druries), son of J. F. Claridge, Esq., Sevenoaks. Left 1817. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1828. 

Claridge, T. (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 1816-17. 
Clement, Richard (Mr. W. Drury's), son of R. Clement, Esq., Barbados, 

W.Indies. Left 1817. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821. DIED in Jamaica. 
Clive, Archer ( The Head Master's), son of E. B. Clive, Esq., Whitfield, near 

Hereford. Monitor, 1816; left 1817. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 

1820; M.A. 1823; Rector of Solihull, Warwicks., 1829-47 ; ofWhitfield; 

J.P. Cos. Hereford and Warwick. DIED Sept. 17th, 1878. 

Cockerell. Left 1816. 

Cutforth, Philip James ( The Head Master's), son of J. Cutforth, Esq., Agent 
Victualler of Gibraltar. Left 1816-17. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 

Cutforth, William (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 1817. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Herne, Kent. 

Davies, Edward (The Head Master's), son of S. Davies, Esq. Left 1816 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1824. 

Devonsher, Abraham John, son of M. J. Devonsher, Esq., Kilshannick, Rath- 
cormac, Co. Cork. Previously at Westminster; left 1813 3 . Of 
Kilshannick, and Mountain Lodge, Rathcormac, Co. Cork; J.P. 
Co. Cork ; assumed the name of Newenham-Devonsher ; for many 
years Master of the United Hunt Club. DIED Jan. 9th, 1880. 

Dorrien, George, son of G. Dorrien, Esq. (O.H.), Governor of the Bank of 
England. Left 1814-15. Banker. DIED abroad. 

Edgcumbe, Hon. George ( The Head Master's), son of Richard, 2nd Earl of 
Mount Edgcumbe. Left 1816. Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; M.P. Plympton, 
1826; entered Diplomatic Service, 1821; served at Brussels, The 
Hague, Florence, and Hanover ; retired 1859. DIED Feb. 19th, 1882. 

Edmeades, Henry (Mr. Evans'), son of H. Edmeades, Esq., Owletts, Cobham, 
Kent. Left 1815-16. DTKD Sept. 27th, 1833. 



GEORGE BUTLER. 57 

Evans (Mr. Evans'}. Left 1815 2 . 

Farrant, George Binstead (Mr. M. Drury's), son of T. Farraiit, Esq., Bathwick, 
Somerset. Monitor, 1818; left 1819 3 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1822; M.A. 1825; Barrister, 1825. DIED 1876. 

Ferard, John, son of J. Ferard, Esq. Left 1814-15. DIED Oct. 26th, 1877. 

Fladgate, Francis (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of F. Fladgate, Esq. (O.H.), Essex 
Street, W.C. Left 1815 2 . Barrister, 1827; Sec. of Drury Lano 
Theatre ; of 38, Alfred Place West, S.W. DIED Dec. 1892. 

Fraser. Left 1814-15. 

Fullerton, William Elphinstone. Left 1814. Haileybury Coll. 1814-17; 
H.E.I. C.S. 1817-35 ; employed under Government of Penang. 

Gambler, Frederick, son of S. Gambier, Esq., Offley Place, Hitchin. Left 
1815. Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1822; 
Fellow of All Souls, 1818-39; Rector of Barford St. Martin, Wilts., 
1838-44; Vicar of Willian, Herts., 1852-3. DIED 1868-70. 

Garth, Thomas (The Head Master's), son of General G. Garth, Ilsington 
House, Dorchester. Left 1815-16. Capt. R.N. 

Ham met, J. Atholl, son of J. Hammet, Esq., Lombard Street, E.C. Left 
1817. Banker, London. 

Hammond. Left 1814-15. 

Harington, Robert ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. E. Harington, 8th Bart. 
Left 1816-17. Capt. 12th Lancers; of Crutherland, Lanark; 
J.P. Co. Lanark. DIED March 18th, 1864. 

Hasell, Edward Williams, son of E. Hasell, Esq., Dalemain, Penrith. Left 
1814-15. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1818; M.A. 1823; of Dalemain; 
J.P. and D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff, 1830) ; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions, Cumberland and Westmorland ; Lieut. -Col. Cumberland 
Yeomanry. DIED April 17th, 1872. 

Hayes, John Warren (Mrs. Leith's), son of Sir J. M. Hayes, 1st Bart., of 
Westminster. Left 1817. Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821; M.A. 
1824 ; Rector of Arborfield, Berks., 1839-80 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1851 ; 
for 75 years a Freemason ; Chaplain to the Grand Lodge of England. 
DIED Jan. 23rd, 1896, when the title became extinct. 

Hindle, Henry Fowden (Mr. Evans'), son of J. F. Hindle, Esq., Gillibrand 
Hall, Lanes. Left 1817. Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Holroyd, Thomas, son of Mr. Justice G. S. Holroyd (O.H.). Left 1814-15. 
Studied for the Bar ; a member of the Light Horse Volunteers ; went 
to India, 1832 ; was High Sheriff of Calcutta ; proclaimed Queen 
Victoria, and signed first address on behalf of the inhabitants of 
Calcutta, 1837. DIED Nov. 27th, 1893. 

Hunter, Charles, son of R. Hunter, Esq., Kew. Left 1816-17. Afterwards 
at Eton ; Col. H.E.I. Co. 's Military Service ; of Downes House, 
Richmond, Surrey. DIED 1892. 

Hunter, William, brother of the above. Left 1814-15. Joined H.E.I.Co.'s 
Military Service, 1818 ; present at the siege of Bhurtpore, 1827 ; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1850; of Mount Severn, Llanidloes ; J.P. Co. 
it .., Montgomery. DEED Dec. llth, 1874. 

Kingscote, Thomas Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. Kingscote, Esq., Kingscote 
Park, W T otton-under-Edge. Left 1815-16. Joined Coldstream 
Guards ; transferred to Life Guards ; of Kingscote Park ; J.P. and 
D.L. Glos. (High Sheriff, 1841); Col. Glos. Militia. DIED Dec. 19th. 
1861.. 



58 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Knatchbull, William Francis (The Head Master's), son of W. Knatchbull, 
Esq., Russell Place, W.C. Left 1816. Afterwards at Winchester; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Babington, Bath ; M.P. E. Somerset, 1852-65 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1841). DIED May 2nd, 1871. 

Lambe, Bruce. Left 1813 2 . In 93rd Highlanders. DIED at Barbados, 
Jan. 12th, 1834. 

Lawrence. Left 1813 3 . 

Lawrence. Left 1814-15. 

Lawrenson. Left 1813 2 . 

Legh, Edmund Dawson (Mr. M. Drury's), son of J. Leeh, Esq., Nor bury 
Booths Hall, Knutsford. Left 1818. Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Mathematics; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1830; Vicar of Holy Trinity, St. 
Giles', W.C., 1830-38; of St. Botolph's, Aldersgate, 1838-45. DIED 
March 7th, 1845. 

Maclean, James Charles (The Head Master's), son of Col. A. Maclean, of 
Ardgour, Argyllshire. Left 1816. H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service. 
DIED 1829. 

Manners, Algernon Gray, son of Sir W. Manners, 1st Bart., Lord Hunting- 
tower, 1821. Left 1820. M.P. Grantham, 1832-7 ; assumed the 
name of Tollemache, and raised to the rank of an Earl's son, 1840 ; 
had large estates in New Zealand, where he resided for many years. 
DIED Jan. 16th, 1892. 

Manning, Charles John (Mr. Evans'), son of W. Manning, Esq., M.P., Coombe 
Bank, Sundridge. Left 1816-17. Partner in Manning & Anderdon, 
West India Merchants, London ; of Littlehampton Manor, Sussex ; 
was converted by his brother, Cardinal Manning, to the R.C. Church. 
DIED Nov. 28th. 1880. 

Martin, William, son of the Rev. J. Martin, Ham Court, Upton-on- Severn. 
Monitor, 1815; left 1815-16. Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxt., B.A. 
1819 ; M.A. 1825 ; Vicar of Gavennap, Cornwall, and of Staverton, 
near Totnes, 1825-50. DIED April 10th, 1850. 

Milner (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1815 2 . 

Monro, John (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of T. Monro, Esq. (O.H.), M.D., Bushey, 
Herts. Left 1816-17. DIED 1880. 

Monro, Vere, son of the Rev. T. Monro, Selborne, Hants. Left 1816-17. 
Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823; in Holy Orders; author of "Summer 
Rambles in Syria," 1835. DIED at Malta, Oct. 20th, 1841. 

Moore, Thomas (The Head Master's). Left 1815-16. 

Murray, William, son of Sir P. Murray, 6th Bart., of Ochtertyre. Left 1814-15. 
Succ. as 7th Bart., 1837 ; assumed the name of Keith-Murray. DIED 
Oct. 16th, 1861. 

Mytton, John, son of J. Mytton, Esq., Halston, Salop. Previously at West- 
minster ; left 1813 2 . Joined 7th Hussars, 1815 ; retired 1817 ; Major 
Salop Yeomanry ; of Halston ; M.P. Shrewsbury, 1819-20 ; famous 
as an eccentric sportsman, of whom numerous stories are well known. 
DIED in the King's Bench Prison, March 29th, 1834. 

Neave, John, son of J. Neave, Esq., Benares. Left 1814. Haileybury Coll. 
1814-16; H.E.I.C.S. 1816-40; Judge of Aligarh. DIED July 2nd, 
1840. 

Nicholas. Left 1813 3 . 

Palmer, George (Mrs. Leith's), son of G. Palmer, Esq., Nazing Park, Essex. 
Left 1816-17. E.I. Agent in London; of Nazing Park; raised the 
Essex Yeo. Cav. 1830 ; commanded and maintained it at his own 
expense, 1838-43 ; Verderer of Waltham Forest ; J.P. Essex (High 
Sheriff, 1853) ; appointed a Commissioner for the Colonisation of S, 
Australia, 1835. DIED April 26th, 1883. 



GEORGE BUTLER. 59 

Perceval, Dudley Montagu ( The Head Master's], son of the Rt. Hon. S. Perceval 
(O.H.), First Lord of the Treasury. Monitor, 1815; left 1817. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1822 ; Colonial Sec. Cape of Good 
Hope, 1826-8; Deputy Teller of the Exchequer, 1828-34: stood for 
Oxf. Univ. against Mr. Gladstone, 1853. DIED Sept. 2nd, 1856. 

Phipps, Hon. Charles Beaumont ( The Head Master's], son of Henry, 1st Earl 
of Mulgrave. Left 1817. Joined Scots Fusilier Guards, 1820; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1847 ; Col. in the Army ; Equerry to Queen 
Victoria and Keeper of the Privy Purse ; Private Sec. and Treasurer 
to Prince Albert ; Treasurer and Cofferer to King Edward VII. when 
Prince of Wales ; Receiver-Gen, of the Duchy of Cornwall ; K.C.B. 
DIED Feb. 24th, 1866. 

Porter, Henry Edward, son of Dr. J. Porter, Bishop of Clogher. Left 1813 3 . 
Joined 9th Lancers, 1817 ; retired as Lieut. -Gen. 1861. DIED 
April 8th, 1871. 

Porter (The Head Master's]. Left 1818. 

Praed, Bulkley John Mackworth- ( The Head Master's], son of W. Mackworth- 
Praed, Esq., Owsden Hall, Newmarket. Monitor, 1816; left 1817. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; of Owsden Hall ; J.P. Suffolk ; 
Banker. DIED 1876. 

Prescott, Henry James (The Head Master's], son of W. W. Prescott, Esq., 
Hendon. Left 1816-17. Merchant; Gov. of the Bank of England. 
DIED Aug. 13th, 1856. 

Prescott, William George ( The Head Master's], brother of the above. Left 
1818. Partner in Prescott, Grote & Co., Bankers, London. DIED 
April 29th, 1865. 

Raleigh, Edward, son of J. Raleigh, Esq., Secretary to Governor of Gibraltar. 
Left 1813. Major 1 1th Regiment ; served in Peninsular War. DIED 
Feb. 27th, 1849. 

Ramsay, George, son of Sir W. Ramsay, 7th Bart., of Bamff. Left 1814-15. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; M.B. 1826 ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1859 ; 
well known as a philosophical writer. DIED Feb. 22nd, 1871. 

Ramsay, Sir James (The Head Master's], brother of the above. Succ. as 
8th Bart. 1807; Monitor, 1815; left 1815-16. Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED 
Jan. 1st, 1859. 

Ramsden, Charles, son of Sir J. Ramsden, 4th Bart. Left 1815-16. Capt. 
60th Rifles ; of Newbold Revel, Warwicks. DIED Feb. llth, 1891. 

Ramsden, Henry James, brother of the above. Left 1815-16. Capt. 9th 
Lancers ; of Oxton Hall, Yorks. ; J.P. and D.L. Yorks. DIED Oct 19th 
1871. 

Rattray. Left 1814-15. 

Ray, Henry Bel ward ( The Head Master's], son of R. Ray, Esq., Prothonotary, 
Court of Common Pleas. Monitor, 1818; left 1819 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb.; Banister, 1823; Prothonotary of the Court of Common 
Pleas ; appointed Senior Master of the Court of Common Pleas by 
Statute, 1837. DIED March 31st, 1856. 

Reid. Left 1814-15. 

Salmon, Thomas Stokes (Mr. Evans'], son of T. S. Salmon, Esq., Olveston, 
Glos. Left 1818. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., won the English Prize Poem 
" Stonehenge," 1823 ; B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1829; Barrister, 1830; of 
Olveston. DIED 1863. 

Sheppard, , son of E. Sheppard, Esq., The Ridge, Glos. DIED at Harrow, 
March 2nd, 1813. 



60 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Smalley, George, son of C. Smalley, Esq., Hampstead. Left 1814-15. Trin. 

Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; Vicar of Debenham, Suffolk, 

1823. DIED before 1840. 
Sparrow. Left 1814-15. 

Stapleton, Hon. Miles John, son of Thomas, 22nd Baron le Despencer. Loft 
1813 3 . Worcester Coll. Oxf. and Magd. Coll. Carnb., M.A. 1827; 
Rector of Mereworth and Vicar of Tudeley, Kent, 1827 30. DIED 
June llth, 1830. 

Stapleton, Hon. William, brother of the above. Left 1813' 5 . In the Army ; 
A.D.C. to Lord Combermere, Commander-in-Chief in India. DIED 
at Barrackpoie, Sept. 26th, 1826. 

Tastet, Angelo (The Head Masters), son of F. lastet, Esq., Ashford Lodge, 
Halstead. Left 1816-17. Spanish Merchant. DIED March 18th, 
1823. 

Tastet, H., brother of the above. Left 1814-15. Spanish Merchant. 

Thomson, Edward Deas (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Sir J. D. Thomson, K.C.H., 
Somerset House, W.C. Left 1815-16. Clerk of the Council of N.S.W. 
1828 ; Colonial Sec. and Registrar of Records, and Member of the 
Executive and Legislative Councils, N.S.W., 1837-56 ; visited England 
to watch progress of New Constitution Bill, 1854; asked to form 
first responsible Ministry in N.S.W., but declined ; Vice-President of 
Legislative Council, 1856-61 ; Chancellor of Sydney University ; 
President Australian Jockey Club ; K.C.M.G. ; C.B. DIED at Sydney, 
July 16th, 1879. 

Thomson, John Deas (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 1815-16. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1822 ; went out to 
U.S.A. 

Thursby, Charles ( The Head Master's), son of J. H. Thursby, Esq., Abington 
Abbey, Northampton. Left 1815-16. Capt. 52nd Regt. ; lived for 
many years at Leamington. DIED July 2nd, 1888. 

Toller, Thomas ((Mrs. Leith's), son of E. Toller, Esq., Doctors' Commons, 
E.C. Left 1817. Solicitor, 1824 ; for many years Clerk to the 
Magistrates, Guardians, and Vestry of Hampstead. DIED 1880. 

Trevor, Hon. Arthur Hill- ( The Head Master's), son of Arthur, 2nd Viscount 
Dungannon. Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1820; M.A. 1825; 
M.P. Romney, 1830-31 ; Durham City, 1831-2, 1835-41, and in 1843 ; 
succ. as 3rd. Viscount, 1837 ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1855 ; M.R.I.A. ; F.A.S. ; 
M.R.S.L. ; author of " Life and Times of William III.," 1835. DIED 
Aug. llth, 1862, when the Peerage became extinct. 

Trower. Left 1818. 

Vaehell, George Harvey, son of the Rev. J. Vachell, Littleport Vicarage, 
Cambs. Left 1814-15. St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 
1833 ; Chaplain to British residents at Canton and Macao, 1827-39. 
DIED on his voyage home from China, Feb. 22nd, 1839. 

Vaughan, Philip, son of J. Vaughan, Esq. Left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Vivian. Left 1814-15. 

Ward, William (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1815 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1818; 

M.A. 1822 ; Barrister, 1821 ; of the Albany, W. DIED about 1860. 
Webster. Left 1814-15. 

Wilson, Melvill (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1816-17. Merchant in London ; Director 

of the Bank of England. DIED about 1840. 
Wiseman. Left 1814-15. 
Woodcock (Mr. M. Drurtfs). Left 1815-16. 



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Wortley, Charles James Stuart- ( The Head Master's), son of the Rt. Hon. 
J. A. Stuart- Wortley, 1st Baron Wharncliffe, 1826. Left 1816-17. In 
18th Hussars and 12th Lancers ; M.P. Bossiney, 1830-31. DIED 
. May 22nd, 1844. 

Wortley, John Stuart- (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Mathematics and 2nd Class Classics; 
B.A. 1822 ; M.P. Bossiney, 1823-30 and 1831-2 ; Perth City, 1830-31 ; 
West Riding Yorks., 1841-45 ; succ. as 2nd Baron Wharncliffe, 1845 ; 
well-known agriculturist. DIED Oct. 22nd, 1855. 

Yorke, Charles Isaac (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of the Rev. P. Yorke, Ely. 
Monitor, 1818 ; left 1818. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1827 ; 
Rector of Shenfield, Essex, 1829-63 ; author of various religious works. 
DIED July 25th, 1863. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1813. 

Alcock, Thomas St. Leger (The Head Master's), son of J. Alcock, Esq., Roe- 
hampton, Surrey. Left 1817. Joined 1st Dragoon Guards ; retired 
as Major, 1844 ; of Kingswood, Surrey ; M.P. Newton, Lanes., 1826-30 ; 
Ludlow in 1839; E. Surrey, 1847-65; expended over 40,000 in 
building churches ; published an account of his travels in Russia, 
Persia, Turkey, and Greece. DIED Aug. 22nd, 1866. 

Ashley, Anthony, Lord (The Head Master's), son of Cropley, 6th Earl of 
Shaftesbury. Left 1816-17. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 
1823; M.A. 1832; D.C.L. 1841; M.P.Woodstock, 1826-30; Dor- 
chester in 1830 : Dorset, 1831-46 ; Bath, 1847-51 ; Commr. of Board 
of- Control, 1828-30; Lord of the Admiralty, 1834-5; Ecclesiastical 
Commr. 1841-7 ; succ. as 7th Earl, 1851 ; the well-known philan- 
thropist ; Chairman of Charity Commission ; Lord-Lieut, of Dorset ; 
K.G. DIED Oct. 1st, 1885. 

Bacon. Left 1814-15. 
Barrow, H. B. Left 1814-15. 

Biddulph, Robert (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Biddulph, Esq., Ledbury, Hereford- 
shire. Left 1818. Brasenose Coll. Oxf.; of Ledbury; M.P. Here- 
fordshire, 1832-7 ; J.P. and D.L. Hereford. DIED Feb. 28th, 1864. 

Brett. Left 1816. 

Clarke, Thomas Truesdale (Druries), son of T. T. Clarke, Esq., Swakeleys, 
[Jxbridge. Left 1816-17. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824 ; of Swakeleys ; 
J.P. and D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Norfolk. DIED April 5th, 1890. 

Crompton, Joshua Samuel (Mr. M. Drury's), son of J. Crompton, Esq., 
Esholt Hall, Leeds. Left 1818. Jesus Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 
1826; of Sion Hill, Thirsk ; M.P. Ripon, 1832-4; J.P. and D.L. N. 
and W. Ridings Yorks. ; Lieut.-Col. Yorks. Militia. DIED June 17th, 
1881. 

Davidson, Duncan, son of H. Davidson, Esq., of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall. 
Left 1814-15. In Grenadier Guards; of Tulloch Castle; M.P. Cro- 
marty, 1826-30 and 1832-4 ; J.P., D.L., and Convener Cos. Ross and 
Cromarty. DIED Sept. 20th, 1881. 

Estcourt, Thomas Henry Sutton Bucknall-, son of T. G. Bucknall-Estcourt, 
Esq., Estcourt, near Tetbury. Monitor, 1818; Head of the School, 
1819; left 1819- J . Oriel Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 1823; 
M.A. 1828; D.C.L. 1857; of Estcourt ; M.P. Marlborough, 1829-32; 
Devizes, 1835-44 ; N. Wilts. 1844-65 ; President Poor Law Board, 
1858-9 ; Home Secretary in 1859 ; assumed the name of Sotheron, 
1839, and that of Sotheron-Estcourt, 1855 ; a Governor of the School. 
DIED June 6th, 1876. 



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Gordon, Farquhar (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1816. 

Gunning, Spencer Greswold (Mrs. Leith's), son of Sir G. W. Gunning, 

2nd. Bart. Monitor, 1819; Cricket XI. 1818; left 1819 2 . Brasenose 

Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; in Holy Orders ; of Cresswell House, Dumfries. 

DIED May 29th, 1866. 
Hay, Charles Murray, son of Sir J. Hay, 5th Bart., of Haystoun. Left 1816. 

Joined Coldstream Guards ; Lieut.-Gen. 1860 ; Col. 91st Regt. ; 

Acting Gov. of Mauritius in 1855 and 1857. DIED July 3rd, 1864. 
Hay, Samuel, brother of the above. Left 1816. For many years Manager 

of the Edinburgh branch of the Union Bank of Scotland. DIED 

Jan. llth, 1879. 
Heaven, William Hudson (The Head Master's), son of T. Heaven, Esq., 

Easton, Glos. Left 1816-17. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; of 

Peveridge House, Somerset, and Beans, Jamaica. DIED March 4th, 

1883. 
Hill, John ( The Head Master's), son of Col. J. Hill, Hawkstone, Shrewsbury. 

Left 1819 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824; M.A. 1835; Rector of 

Great Bolas, Salop, 1831-77. DIED June 15th, 1891. 

Hill, Richard Frederick, brother of the above. Left 1818. Lieut.-Col. 53rd 
Regt. ; of Frees Hall, Salop ; J.P. and D.L. Salop ; Col. Salop Militia ; 
afterwards resident at Zante. DIED Jan. 9th, 1890. 

Hill, Rowland ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 1816. Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1820; M.P. Salop, 1821-32; N. Salop, 1832-42; 
succ. his grandfather as 4th Bart. 1824, and his uncle as 2nd Viscount 
Hill, 1842 ; Lord-Lieut, of Salop. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1875. 

Hole. Left 1813 3 . 

Johnston, Hugh ( The Head Master's), son of J. Johnston, Esq., Danson Park, 
Welling, Kent. Left 1815 2 . St. Peter's Coll. Camb. ; Partner in 
H. & J. Johnston & Co., Bush Lane, London ; J.P. Kent. DIED 
Aug. 18th, 1872. 

Langford (The Head Master's). Left 1815-16. 

Neate, Arthur (Mr. W. Drury's), son of the Rev. T. Neate, Puddington, Beds. 
Left 1815 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., Senior Optime ; B.A. 1827 ; 
migrated to Trin. Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1829; Rector of Alvescot, Oxon, 
1829-70. DIED 1870. 

North, Charles William ( The Head Master's), son of F. F. North, Esq., Roug- 
ham Hall, Norfolk. Monitor, 1820 ; Head of the School, 1821 ; left 
1822. St. John's Coll. Camb., 26th Wrangler; B.A. 1827 ; in Holy 
Orders. DIED 1872. 

O'Brien, Lucius (The Head Master's), son of Sir E. O'Brien, 4th Bart., of 
Dromoland. Left 1816. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; 
M.P. Clare, 1826-30 and 1847-52 ; succ. his father as 5th Bart. 1837, 
and the last Marquis of Thornond as 13th Baron Inchiquin, 1855 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Clare ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1863. DIED March 22nd, 1872. 

O'Brien, William, brother of the above. Left 1816. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1826 ; assumed the name of Smith-O'Brien ; of Cahirmoyle, Limerick ; 
M.P. Ennis, 1828-31 ; Co. Limerick, 1835-49; one of the leaders of 
the " Young Ireland " party, and led the " Cabbage Garden " insur- 
rection in 1 848 ; arrested for high treason and condemned to death, 
1848 ; transported, 1849 ; returned in virtue of an amnesty, 1854. 
DIED June 16th, 1864. 

Paynter, William (The Head Master's), son of S. Paynter, Esq., Camborne 
House, Richmond, Surrey. Left 1816. Trin. Coll. Cnmb., B.A. 1820 ; 
M.A. 1823; Barrister, 1823; of Camborne House; J.P. Surrey; 
J.P. and D.L. Middlesex. DIED Nov. 26th, 1879. 



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Pole, Henry Reginald Cnandos-, son of S. Chandos-Pole, Esq., Radburne Hall, 
Derby. Left 1814-15. Trin. Coll. and St. Mary's Hall, Oxf., B.A. 
1821"; M.A. 1822; Rector of Radburne, 1824-66, and of Mugginton, 
Co. Derby, 1832-66. DIED June 19th, 1866. 

Ponsford, William (The Head Master's), son of W. Ponsforcl, Esq., Puddi- 
combe, Devon. Left 1816. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 1823 ; 
Rector of Drewsteignton, Devon, 1846-69. DIED Aug. 1st, 1869. 

Powell, Henry Townsend (The Head Master's), son of D. Powell, Esq., Wal- 
thamstow. Left 1817. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824; 
Vicar of Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warwicks., 1830-54. DIED June 13th, 
1854. 

Sitwell, Francis Hurt, son of H. Sitwell, Esq., Ferney Hall, Craven Arms, 
Salop. Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Ferney Hall ; assumed the 
name of Hurt-Sitwell. DIED Aug. 22nd, 1835. 

Smith, William Charles (Druries), son of J. Smith, Esq., Shortgrove, Saffron 
Walden. Cricket XI. ; left 1818. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1822 ; 
M.A. 1825 ; of Shortgrove ; J.P. and D.L. Essex. DIED June 6th, 
1883. 

Smith, William Masters (Mrs. Leith's), son of G. Smith, Esq. (O.H.), Camer, 
Gravesend. Left 181 9 3 . Of Camer; M.P. W. Kent, 1852-7; J.P. 
and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 1849) ; President Gravesond and Ro- 
chester Agricultural Association. DIED Dec. 24th, 1861. 

Thellusson, Alexander (The Head Master's), son of C. Thellusson, Esq., 
Brodsworth Hall, Doncaster. Left 1815 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1815-17 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1817 ; Assistant Magistrate of Calcutta. DIED in India, 
Nov. 15th, 1820. 

Tritton, William (Mr. Evans'), son of G. Tritton, Esq., West Hill, Wands- 
worth. Monitor, 1816; left 1817. C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1821; M.A. 
1826 ; of Wrington, Somerset. DIED June 19th, 1851. 

Vyvyan, Richard Rawlinson (The Head Master's), son of Sir V. Vyvyan, 
7th Bart. Left 1816-17. Succ. as 8th Bart. 1820 ; M.P. Okehampton, 
1831-2 ; Bristol, 1835-7 ; Helston, 1841-57 ; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall 
(High Sheriff, 1840). DIED Aug. 15th, 1879. 

Wyndham, George (Druries), son of W. Wyndham, Esq., Dinton Park, 
Salisbury. Cricket XI. 1818; left 1818. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1823 ; settled at Dalwood, N.S.W. DIED Dec. 1870. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1814. 
Baker (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1815-16. 
Baring, Francis, son of A. Baring, Esq., 1st Baron Ashburton, 1835. Left 

1814-15. M.P. Thetford, 1830-1, 1832-41, and 1848-57 ; succ. aa 

3rd Baron, 1864. DIED Sept. 6th, 1868. 

Birkett, John (Mr. M. Drury's), son of D. Birkett, Esq., Isleworth. Left 1818. 
Boileau, George Pollen (Mr. Evans'), son of J. P. Boileau, Esq., Tacolnstone 

Hall, Norfolk. Assumed the additional name of Pollen, 1816 ; 

Monitor, 1817; left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1835; 

Rector of Little Bookham, Surrey, and owner of the estate, 1823-47. 

DIED Nov. 7th, 1847. 
Bruce, George Charles Constantino, Lord (Druries), son of Thomas, 7th Earl 

of Elgin. Left 1816-17. DIED in the lifetime of his father, Dec. 1st, 

1840. 
Cubitt, Francis William, son of T. Cubitt, Esq., Honing Hall, Norfolk. Left 

1814-15. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1821 ; Rector of Fritton, 

Suffolk, 1832-82 ; J.P. Norfolk and Suffolk. DIED 1882. 



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Dancer, Francis Robert (H.B.), son of F. Dancer, Esq., Wealdstone House, 

Harrow. Left 1816. DIED young. 
Dundas, Frederick, son of the Hon. C. L. Dundas. Left 1819 2 . Of Papdale, 

Orkney; M.P. Orkney and Shetland, 1837-47 and 1852-72; Lord- 
Lieut, of Orkney and Shetland. DIED Oct. 26th, 1872. 
Dundas, Hon. Robert, son of Robert, 2nd Viscount Melville. Left 1818. Ch. 

Ch. Oxf. ; Storekeeper-Gen, of the Navy ; succ. as 4th Viscount, 

1876. DIED Feb. 18th, 1886. 
Earle, Henry John, son of the Rev. E. H. Earle, High Ongar, Essex. Left 

1816-17. Ch. Ch. Oxf. and St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; Rector 

of High Ongar, 1823-81 ; J.P. Essex. DIED Dec. 9th, 1881. 
Earle, Richard (The Head Master's), son of T. Earle, Esq., Spekelands, Lanes. 

Previously at Rugby; left 1814-15. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 

1819; M.A. 1825; Barrister, 1824; Private Sec. to Lord Derby; 

drafted the Poor Law Act of 1834; of Edenhurst, Lanes. DIED 

April 21st, 1848. 
Far rant, Francis, son of Sir G. Farrant, Northsted House, Kent. Left 1818. 

Col. in the Army ; also in the Diplomatic Service ; Sec. of Legation 

in Persia ; K.L.S. DIED Aug. 1868. 
Fergusson, Charles ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. Fergusson, 4th Bart., 

of Kilkerran. Left 1817. Edin. Univ. ; Advocate ; succ. as 5th 

Bart. 1838 ; assumed the name of Dalrymple-Fergusson, 1838, on 

succeeding to the estates of his grandfather, Lord Hailes. DIED 

March 18th, 1849. 
Forbes, Charles (Druries), son of Sir C. Forbes, 1st Bart., of Newe. Left 

1819 3 . Capt. 17th Lancers ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1852 ; J.P. Co. 

Aberdeen. DIED Nov. 2nd, 1877. 
Fullerton, Robert Edward. Left 1814. Served in 30th Regt. and 9th Lancers ; 

retired as Lieut.-Col. ; distinguished in the Sikh War, 1849 ; of 

Sheethanger Manor, near Tewkesbury. DIED 1864. 
Grant, Francis, son of F. Grant, Esq., of Kilgraston, Perthshire. Left 1816. 

Subsequently at the Edin. High School; A.R.A. 1842; R.A. 1851 ; 

Pres. R.A. and Knighted, 1866 ; D.C.L. Oxf. ; of The Lodge, Melton 

Mowbray. DIED Oct. 5th, 1878. 
Gregg, George (The Head Master's), son of F. Gregg, Esq., Skinners' Hall, 

E.C. Left 1819 3 . Solicitor, 1825 ; Clerk to the Skinners' Company. 

DIED March 8th, 1828. 
Hamilton, James John, son of Sir J. Hamilton, 1st Bart., of Woodbrook. 

Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1822 ; joined 81st Regt. ; Lieut.-Col. 

1846 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1835 ; M.P. Sudbury in 1837 ; J.P. and 

D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Pembroke and Carmarthen (High Sheriff, 1857) ; 

J.P. Tyrone (High Sheriff, 1860). DIED Jan. 12th, 1876, when the 

title became extinct. 
Jessop, John Har ward (Druries), son of J. H. Jessop, Esq. (O.H.), Doory Hall, 

Mullingar, Ireland. Left 1816. DIED 1821-2. 
Latham, Alfred (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. Latham, Esq., Camberwell, Surrey. 

Left 1817. Merchant in London ; Director of the Bank of England ; 

Governor, 1862-3 ; of 23, Norfolk Street, Park Lane, and Hollow Dene, 

Frensham, Farnham ; D.L. Tower of London. DIED about 1884. 
Loekhart (The Head Master's). Left 1815 2 . 
Lyon, George (Druries), son of D. Lyon, Esq., Jamaica. Left 1817. Lived 

chiefly abroad. DIED at Alexandria, Egypt, 1839. 
Maclean, Charles Hope (The Head Master's), son of Col. A. Maclean, of Ard- 

gour, Argyllshire. Left 1819 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826; M.A. 
1828; Barrister, 1829; Sec. to the Statistical Society. DIED 

Aug. 14th, 1839. 



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Marston, Nathaniel (The Head Master's], son of N. Marston, Esq., Receiver- 
Gen, of Jamaica. Left 1816. Camb. Univ. ; practised as a lawyer 
in Jamaica ; Capt. Jamaica Militia. DIED in Jamaica, Jan. 18th, 
1831. 

Merry, Walter ( The Head Master's), son of W. Merry, Esq., Stoke Coll., Essex, 
Deputy-Sec, for War. Left 1816-17. Solicitor, 1823 ; of 43, Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields. DIED at sea during a voyage to Australia under- 
taken for the benefit of his health, 1835. 

Moles worth, Hender (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of the Rev. J. Molesworth, St. 

Breocke, Cornwall. Left 1816-17. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820; 

Rector of St. Ewny, Cornwall, 1822-67 ; of Clowance, Cornwall ; 

assumed the additional name of St. Aubyn, 1844. DIED Dec. 13th, 

1867. 
Morris, Hervey ( The Head Master's). Left 1818. Haileybury Coll. 1820-21 ; 

H.E.I.C.S. 1822 ; Assistant Magistrate of Rangpur. DIED in India, 

Dec. 28th, 1823. 

Park, James Allan (Mr. Evans'), son of Mr. Justice J. A. Park, Bedford Row, 
W.C. Left 1817. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; M.A. 1825 ; Rector 
of Elwick Hall, Durham, 1828-71 ; Hon. Canon of Durham. DIED 
Nov. 8th, 1871. 

Portman, Henry William Berkeley ( The Head Master's), son of E. B. Portman, 
Esq., Bryanston, Dorset. Left 1818. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 7th 
Hussars, 1822 ; transferred to 6th Dragoons ; retired as Major ; of 
Langton Lodge, Dorset ; J.P. Dorset. DIED March 31st, 1879. 

Prescott, Charles, son of W. W. Prescott, Esq., Hendon. Left 1814-15. 
Entered H.E.I.C.S. DIED in India, Nov. 8th, 1839. 

Robinson, Christopher Thomas (Mr. M. Drury's), son of the Rt. Hon. Sir C. 
Robinson, Judge of the Consistory Court, London. Cricket XI. 1818 ; 
left 1818. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1S22; M.A. 1825; P.C. of 
Putney, 1838-61. DIED March 7th, 1861. 

Rose, Hugh Monro St. Vincent (Mr. Evans'), son of H. Rose, Esq., of Tarlogie, 
Ross-shire, N.B. Left 1815 2 . Major 12th Lancers ; of Tarlogie ; 
J.P. and D.L. Ross-shire. DIED April llth, 1867. 

Sargent (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1815-16. 

Saunders. Left 1817. 

Seymour, Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of Lord W. Seymour, M.P., Norwood. 
Monitor, 1819 ; left 1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. in the Army ; of 
Park Place, Egham ; J.P. Bucks, and Surrey ; took a great part in 
organising Ascot Races. DIED April 19th, 1867. 

Somerville, William Meredyth, son of Sir M. Somerville, 4th Bart. Left 1818. 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Diplomatic Service, 1829-32 ; 
succ. as 5th Bart. 1831 ; M.P. Drogheda, 1837-52 ; Canterbury, 
1854-65 ; Under Sec. for Home Dept. 1846-7 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland, 
1847-52; created Baron Athlumney (I.), 1863, and Baron Meredyth 
(U.K.), 1866. DIED Dec. 7th, 1873. 

Street, Henry (Druries), son of J. Street, Esq., Lambeth. Previously at 
Eton ; left 1816-17. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1819 ; M.A. 1823 ; in 
Holy Orders ; of Royal Crescent, Bath. DIED Nov. 15th, 1858. 

Thornton, Henry Sykes (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of H. Thornton, Esq., Batter- 
sea Rise, S.W. Left 1818. Trin. Coll. Camb., 4th Wrangler; B.A. 
1822 ; M.A. 1825 ; of Battersea Rise ; Partner for fifty-five years 
in Williams, Deacon & Co., Bankers, London. DIED Nov. 29th, 1881. 

Thornton, Thomas Cooke (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of T. R. Thornton, Esq., 
Brockhall, near Weedon. Left 1818. Clare Hall Camb., B.A. 1822 ; 
M.A. 1825 ; in Holy Orders ; of Brockhall. DIED March 26th, 1884. 

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66 HARROW SCHOOL 

Ward. Left 1814-15. 

Yorke Henry Reginald, son of Admiral Sir J. S. Yo^ke, K.C.B., M.P. Left 
1819 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829; Rector of 
Aspeden, Herts., 1829-56; of Wimpole, Cambs., 1832-71; Canon of 
Ely, 1859-71 ; Archdeacon of Huntingdon ; raised to the rank of an 
Earl's son, 1836; J.P. Cambs. DIED Sept. 26th, 1871. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER 1814 CHRISTMAS 1815. 

Anderson, Henry, son of W. Anderson, Esq., of Udoll, Cromarty. Left 1819 3 . 
In business for a short time in London as an East India Broker ; 
afterwards devoted himself to sporting pursuits, and lived for some 
time in a gipsy encampment ; keen devotee of Harrow cricket. DIED 
Sept. 18th, 1873. 

Baillie, George, son of G. Baillie, Esq., Jerviswoode, N.B. Left 1820-21. 
Ch. Ch Oxf. ; succ. as 10th Earl of Haddington, 1858 ; Rep. Peer (S.), 
1859 ; High Commissioner to the Church of Scotland, 1867-8 ; Lord- 
in-Waiting, 1867-8 ; assumed the additional name of Hamilton, 1859. 
DIED June 25th, 1870. 

Balfour, Blayney Townley (The Head Master's), son of B. T. Balfour, Esq., 
Townley Hall, Drogheda. Left 1816 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1822; 
Lieut.-Gov. of Bahamas, 1833-4 ; of Townley Hall ; J.P. and D.L. 
Louth (High Sheriff, 1841) ; J.P. Meath. DIED Sept. 5th, 1882. 

Balfour, Willoughby William Townley (The Head Master's), brother of the 
above. Left 1818. Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. in Honours ; Rector 
of Lismakerry and Astreaton, Limerick, 1833-7 ; of Aston-Flamville- 
cum-Burbage, Peterborough, 1837-78. DIED June 29th, 1888. 

Berrington, Jenkin Davies, son of J. D. Berrington, Esq., Swansea. Left 1819 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1826 ; of Woodland Castle, Glamorgan. 
DIED 1871. 

Boodle, Thomas, son of E. Boodle, Esq. Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1834 ; Vicar of Ch. Ch., Virginia Water, 1847-83. 
DIED April 3rd, 1883. 

Bosanquet, Robert William (The Head Master's), son of C. Bosanquet, Esq., 
Rock, Northumberland. Left 1818. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1821 ; 
M.A. 1829 ; Rector of Bolingbroke, Lines., 1834-41 ; of Rock ; J.P. 
Northumberland. DIED Dec. 25th, 1880. 

Bradford, Edward. Left 1816-17. Haileybury Coll. 1818-19; H.E.I.C.S. 
1820 ; Assistant Magistrate at Agra. DIED in India, July 8th, 1826. 

Bulwer, Henry Lytton Earle, son of Gen. W. E. Bulwer, Heydon Hall, Reep- 
ham. Left 181 9 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 1st Life Guards, 1824 ; 
transferred to 58th Regiment, 1826 ; retired 1829 ; Diplomatic 
Service, 1829 ; M.P. Wilton in 1830 ; Coventry, 1831-2 ; Marylebone, 
1834-7; Tamworth, 1868-71; Min. Plen. at Madrid, 1842-8; at 
Washington, 1849-52 ; at Florence, 1852-5 ; Ambassador at Con- 
stantinople, 1858-66; created Baron Dalling and Bulwer, 1871; 
G.C.B. ; P.C. ; Author. DIED May 23rd, 1872, when the Peerage 
became extinct. 

Byde, Charles Peacock (Mr. Evans'), son of T. H. Byde, Esq., Ware Park, 
Herts. Left 1818. Pembroke Coll. Camb., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825; 
Barrister, 1825. DIED near Paris, Sept. 7th, 1838. 

Byde, John Peacock (Mr. Evans'), brother of the above. Monitor, 1819; 
Head of the School, 1821 ; Cricket XI. 1818; left 1821. Pembroke 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828; Vicar of Bengeo, Herts., 1829- 
47; Rector of Edworth, Beds., 1842. DIED about 1856. 



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Calvert, John Mitehinson (The Head Master's], son of W. Calvert, Esq., 
Gretabank, Cumberland. Left 181 9*. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. and 
M.A. 1827 ; M.B. 1828 ; M.D. 1831 ; Resident Physician to Earl 
Spencer ; member of many learned societies. DIED at Falmouth, 
on his way to Madeira, Jan. 9th, 1842. 

Carr. Left 1815 2 . 

Caulfeild, James William, Viscount, son of Francis, 2nd Earl of Charlemont. 

Left 1816-17. Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED in the lifetime of his father, 

Jan. 13th, 1823. 

Chaytor, William Richard Carter, son of Sir W. Chaytor, 1st Bart. Left 

1816. Magd. Coll. Oxf.; M.P. Durham City, 1831-4; succ. as 2nd 

Bart. 1847. DIED Feb. 9th, 1871. 
Clarke, John Cholmeley, son of T. T. Clarke, Esq., Swakeleys, Uxbridge. 

Cricket XL 1822 ; left 1821-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. DIED July 13th, 

1825. 
Clarke, William Nelson, son of W. W. Clarke, Esq., Ardington, Berks. Left 

1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.C.L. and D.C.L. 1847; of Ardington. 

DIED Nov. 10th, 1855. 
Clayton, Matthew, son of N. Clayton, Esq., Chesters, Hexham. Left 1816-17. 

Solicitor, 1824 ; practised at Newcastle-on-Tyne. DIED April 21st, 

1867. 
Codrington, Edward, son of Admiral Sir E. Codrington, G.C.B. Left 1816-17. 

Entered R.N. DROWNED in the Mediterranean, Nov. 16th, 1819. 

Cooke, Henry Bowen, son of the Rev. H. Cooke, Darfield Rectory, Yorks. 
Cricket XL 1818 ; left 1818. Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1822 ; Rector 
of Darfield, 1833-79 ; J.P. W. Riding Yorks. DIED Feb 27th, 1879. 

Costobadie, Hugh Palliser. Left 1816. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; 

Vicar of King's Norton, Leicester, 1858-87. DIED 1887. 
Creswell, Creswell, son of R. Creswell, Esq., Ravenston, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

Left 1815 2 . DIED June llth, 1871. 
Crommelin, George Russell, son of C. R. Crommelin, Esq., Calcutta. Left 

1819. Major 1st Bengal Cavalry ; C.B. DIED Jan. 1st, 1844, from 

wounds received while leading his regiment at the battle of Maharaj- 

poor. 

Crommelin, James Arden, brother of the above. Left 1816-17. Joined 
Bengal Engineers, 1820 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; served in Burmese 
War, 1824 (medal). DIED 1893. 

Cumming, John Gordon- (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir A. P. Gordon-Cumming, 
1st Bart. Left 1817. DIED young. 

Dawson, Edward (The Head Master's), son of E. Dawson, Esq., Whatton, 
Leics. Left 1818. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1826; of 
Whatton and Launde Abbey, Leics. ; M.P. S. Leics. 1832-4 ; J.P. 
Leics. (High Sheriff, 1839). DIED June 1st, 1859. 

Dowell, Stephen Wilkinson, son of S. Dowell, Esq., Highgate. Left 1816. 
Exeter Coll. and Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824 ; Vicar of Gosfield, 
Essex, 1848-70. DIED Dec. 21st, 1870. 

Dudding, Horatio Nelson, son of E. B. Dudding, Esq., London. Left 1816. 
Exeter Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1835 ; Fellow, 
1831-7 ; Rector of Stonham Parva, Suffolk, 1838-42 ; Vicar of St. 
Peter's, St. Albans, 1842-95. DIED Feb. 1st, 1895. 

Dyke, John Dixon, son of Sir P. H. Dyke, 5th Bart. Left 1820. Capt. 
Bengal Cavalry ; served in the Burmese War, 1824 (medal) ; of 
Glover's House, Sittingbourne ; J.P. Kent. DIED Aug. 1st, 1885. 



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Elliott, Charles Boileau, son of C. Elliott, Esq., British Resident at Delhi. 
Left 1816-17. Haileybury Coll. 1819-21 ; for some time in H.E.I.C.S. ; 
Queens' Coll. Camb., B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1837 ; Vicar of Godalming, 
1833-8 ; Hector of Tattingstone, Norfolk, 1838-75 ; J.P. Suffolk ; 
F.R.S. ; F.R.G.S. DIED 1875. 

Erskine, Thomas Americus, son of the Hon. D. M. Erskine, 2nd Baron Erskine, 
1823. Left 1817. Edm. Univ. ; Diplomatic Service, 1824-7 ; Attache 
at Turin, Naples, and Lisbon; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1855. DIED 
May 10th, 1877. 

Estcourt, James Bucknall- (The Head Master's), son of T. G. Bucknall- 
Estcourt, Esq., Bucknall, near Tetbury. Left 1816-17. Joined 43rd 
Regt. 1820; Major-Gen. 1854; as Second in Command under Col. 
Chesney, in the " Euphrates Expedition," he commanded the Eu- 
phrates vessel, when its companion the Tigris was lost in a tornado 
in the river ; British Commissioner for denning and marking out 
the N.W. Boundary of the disputed domains of Great Britain and 
the United States ; Adj. -Gen. of British Army in the Crimea (present 
at the Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman) ; M.P. Devizes, 1848-52. 
DIED of cholera before Sebastopol, June 23rd, 1855. 

Evans, Frederick. Left 1817. C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; Vicar of Parham 
and Hacheston, Suffolk, 1847-50; Rector of Wolferton, Norfolk, 
1861-2 ; of Linstead, Suffolk, 1862-8. DIED March 5th, 1868. 

Evans, William Bertram, son of J. Evans, Esq. Left 1816. Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. 

Forbes, John Stuart, son of Sir W. Forbes, 7th Bart., of Pitsligo. Monitor, 
1819; Cricket XI. 1818; left 1819 3 . Succ. as 8th Bart. 1828; 
assumed the name of Hepburn-Forbes. DIED May 27th, 1866. 

Frampton, John De Kewer (The Head Master's), son of A. Frampton, Esq., 
M.D., New Broad Street, E.C. Left 1818. Schol. of Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1831; Barrister, 1835; of Lincoln's Inn, 
and Talbot Square, W. DIED Aug. llth, 1874. 

Fraser. Left 1818. 

Fullerton, James Alexander (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of R. Fullerton, Esq. 
Left 1817. Joined 9th Lancers ; Lieut.-Col. 1850 ; C.B. DIED in 
India, April 28th, 1850. 

Garlies, Randolph, Viscount ( The Head Master's), son of George, 8th Earl of 
Galloway. Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Cockermouth, 1826-31 ; 
voted against his party in favour of the Great Reform Bill, when the 
Second Reading was carried by a majority of one, 1830 ; succ. as 9th 
Earl, 1834 ; Lord-Lieut, of Kirkcudbright and Wigtown. DIED 
Jan. 2nd, 1873. 

Glenie. Left 1815 2 . 

Goldschmidt, Adolphus (Mr. W. Drury's). Left 1816-17. Merchant. 

Gordon, Hon. Henry, son of George, 5th Earl of Aboyne, 9th Marquis of 
Huntly, 1836. Left 1816. H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service ; retired as 
Major, 1846 ; Capt. Aberdeen Militia. DIED Aug. 28th, 1865. 

Gore, Francis (The Head Master's), son of F. Gore, Esq., Derrymore, Co. 
Clare. Left 1816. Of Tyredagh Castle, Co. Clare. DIED about 1840. 

Gore, Joseph, brother of the above. Left 1816. Of Derrymore, Co. Clare. 
DIED 1847. 

Gough, Richard Douglas (Mr. W. Drury's), son of the Rev. F. Gough, Ynisced- 
win, Glamorgan. Left 1815-16. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; of 
Yniscedwin ; J.P. Brecon and Glamorgan (High Sheriff, 1840). DIED 
1886. 



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Graham, George, son of Sir J. Graham, 1st Bart., of Netherby. Left 1817. 

Joined 1st India Regt. 1820 ; Mil. Sec. to Gov. of Bombay, 1828-30 ; 

retired as Major, 1831 ; Private Sec. to Sir J. R. G. Graham at Ad- 
miralty and Home Office ; Registrar-Gen. 1842-79. DIED May 20th, 

1888. 
Gray, Bertie (H.B.), son of D. Gray, Esq., H.M. Diplomatic Service. Left 

1820. Went out to India. 
Gray, Frederick William, son of W. Gray, Esq., Twickenham. Left 1816. 

Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; Curate of Hornblotton, 

Castle Cary. DIED 1870. 
Grubbe, John Heneage Hunt- (Mr. Sheepshanks'), son of W. Hunt-Grubbe, 

Esq., Eastwell, Devizes. Left 1817. Joined 76th Regt. 1818; 

transferred to 66th Regt. ; Major-Gen. 1855 ; of Eastwell. DIED 

Dec. 7th, 1871. 
Gwynne, Sackville Frederick (Mr. Roberts'), son of S. F. Gwynne, Esq., 

Glanbrane Park, Carmarthenshire. Left 1817. Of Glanbrane Park ; 

J.P. for Cos. Brecon and Carmarthen ; D.L. Carmarthen. DIED 

about 1890. 
Gyll, Bellenden Charles, son of W. Gyll, Esq., Wraysbury House, Bucks. 

Left 1818. DIED Sept. 24th, 1822. 
Gyll, Gordon Willoughby James, brother of the above. Left 1820 ; Pembroke 

Coll. Oxf. ; of Remenham House, Wraysbury ; author of a " History 

of Wraysbury." DIED April 6th, 1878. 
Hall, William Lisle. Left 1818. Major 36th Bengal N.I. ; subsequently 

settled in Jamaica as a landed proprietor. DIED in Jamaica, Jan. 22nd, 

1851. 
Hamilton, William ( H. B.), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury Grove, Hairow. 

Left 1818. Assistant Surgeon 43rd Regt. DIED at St. John's, New- 
foundland, from the result of a sleigh accident, 1836. 

Haslewood, Frederick Fitzherbert ( The Head Master's), son of W. Haslewocd, 
Esq., Slaugham Park, Sussex. Left 1820. Scholar and Prizeman of 
St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Senior Optime ; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830; 
Rector of Smarden, Kent, 1857-76. DIED Nov. 25th, 1876. 

Hobhouse, Edward Isaac, son of Sir B. Hobhouse, 1st Bart. Left 181 9 3 - 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Capt. Coldstream Guards ; Gentleman Usher to 
Queen Victoria ; Private Sec. to Sir J. Hobhouse at the War and Irish 
Offices, and at the Board of Control. DIED May 16th, 1854. 

Holdich, Henry Hungerford, son of the Rev. T. Holdich, Maidwell Rectory, 
Northants. Left 1820 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823; of Dingley 
Park, Lei cs.,* and Maidwell Hall, Northants. ; J.P. and D.L. Leics. 
(High Sheriff, 1828) and Northants. ; assumed the additional name 
of Hungerford, 1824. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1872. 

Holroyd, James John ( The Head Master's), son of Mr. Justice G. S. Holroyd 
(O.H.). Left 1816 3 . Scholar of Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; 
M.A. 1835 ; Rector of Abberton, Essex, 1830-76 ; author of " Trans- 
lations from Lessing." DIED 1876. 

Hope, Hon. John, son of John, 1st Baron Niddry, 4th Earl of Hopetoun, 1817. 
Left 1816. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 5th Earl, 1823 ; Lord-Lieut, of 
Linlithgow. DIED April 8th, 1843. 

Houblon, John Archer- (Mr. Mills'), son of J. Archer-Houblon, Esq., M.P. 
Hallingbury Place, Bishop's Stortford. Left 1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
of Hallingbury Place ; J.P. and D.L. Essex. DIED Oct. 6th, 1891. 

Hughes, William Bulkeley, son of Sir W. B. Hughes, Plas Coch, Anglesea. 
Left 1815 2 . Barrister, 1825 ; of Plas Coch ; M.P. Carnarvon Borough, 
1837-59 and 1865-82 ; J.P. and D.L. Carnarvon and Anglesea (High 
Sheriff, 1861). DIED March 8th, 1882. 



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Hustler, Thomas, son of W. Hustler, Esq., Acklarn Hall, Middlesbrough. 
Left 1814-15. Of Acklam Hall; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. 
DIED June 30th, 1874. 

Jones, Walter, son of P. Jones, Esq., Sugwas Court, Herefordshire. Left 
about 1816. Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Kennaway, Charles Edward (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir J. Kennaway, 1st Bart. 
Left 1816. St. John's Coll. Camb., 15th Wrangler; B.A. 1822; 
M.A. 1825 ; Fellow and Tutor of St. John's Coll. ; Vicar of Chipping 
Campden, Glos., 1832-72 ; of Ch. Ch., Cheltenham, 1838-42 ; P.C. 
of Trinity Chapel, Brighton, 1843-8 ; Hon. Canon of Gloucester and 
Proctor in Convocation ; author of various religious works. DIED 
Nov. 3rd, 1875. 

Kerr, William Henry. Monitor, 1821 ; left 1821-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1825; Barrister, 1826; went out to Sydney, N.S.W. DIED 

Kingscote, Henry Robert (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. Kingscote, Esq., Kingscoto 
Park, Wotton-under-Edge. Cricket XL ; left 1818. Well known 
as a philanthropist and sportsman ; President M.C.C. DIED July 13th, 

1882. 

Lagden, Richard Dowse. Left 1818. Scholar of Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1824 ; P.C. of Woolland, Dorset, 1842-54 ; of N. Wootton, Dorset, 
1854-6; Rector of Stock Gayland, Dorset, 1861-83; Chaplain of 
Sherborne Union. DIED 1883. 

Langford, William Watson, son of E. Langford, Esq., Farnham, Surrey. 
Left 1815 2 . St. John's Coll. and Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1826. 

Latham, Henry (Mrs. Leith'a), son of T. Latham, Esq., Camberwell, Surrey. 
Left 1818. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826; Solicitor, 1829; 
Chancery Registrar, 1834-85. DIED Sept. 7th, 1891. 

Lawson. Left 1820-21. 
Lee. Left 1816-17. 

Lett, John Court, son of J. Lett, Esq., Dulwich House, Dulwich Left 1817. 
In 12th Lancers; of Dulwich House. DIED May 21st, 1857. 

Lindsay, Hugh Hamilton, son of the Hon. H. Lindsay, Marshal of the Court 
of Admiralty. Left 1817. M.P. Sandwich, 1841-7 ; of Wyndham 
Place, Bryanston Square. DIED May 29th, 1881. 

Lloyd, Henry, son of Major C. Lloyd, 112 Gloucester Place, W. Left 1816. 

Locke, Wadham, son of W. Locke, Esq., M.P., Rowde Ford, Wilts. Left 
1821-2. Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; in 1st Dragoon 
Guards ; of Cleve House, Wilts. ; J.P. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1847). 
DIED May 22nd, 1896. 

Lodington (Druries). Left 1816. 

Long, Robert Kellett, son of the Rev. R. C. Long, Dunston Hall, Norwich. 
Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1832 ; of Dunston 
Hall; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1856). DIED Feb. 26th, 

1874. 

Lucena, John Charles, son of J. C. Lucena, Esq., London. Left 1817. Brase- 
nose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1822 ; M.A. 1823 ; Vicar of Anstey, Warwicks., 
1835-68. DIED Feb. 15th, 1868, 

Lucena, Stephen Lancaster, brother of the above. Left 1821-2. Solicitor, 
1828; practised at Enfield. DIED 1872. 

Luttrell, Francis Wynne Fownes-, son of F. Fownes Luttrell, Esq., M.P., 
North way, Devon. DIED May 3rd, 1820. 

McCally, D. (Druries). Left 1816. General H.E.I.C.S. 



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Mackay, Henry Fowler (The Head Master's), son of A. G. Mackay, Esq., 
Bagthorp, Rougham, Norfolk. Left 181 9 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1824 ; joined 6th Dragoons, 1825 ; transferred to 76th Regt. ; retired 
as Lieut.-Col. ; Chief Constable of E. Sussex, 1840-81. DIED Jan. 15th, 
1900, aged 98. 

Mackenzie, John Hay- (Druries), eon of E. Hay-Mackenzie, Esq., of Cromarty, 
N.B. Left 1816-17. Of Newhall, Co. Haddington, and Cromarty, 
N.B. ; inherited through his mother the vast estates of the Earls of 
Cromartie ; his daughter, who married the Duke of Sutherland, was 
created Countess of Cromartie in her own right. DIED July 9th, 1849. 

Martin, Richard, son of the Rev. J. Martin, Ham Court, Upton-on-Severn. 
Left 1819 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 
1826 ; Fellow, Tutor, and Dean of Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Public Examiner, 
1830-31; Vicar of Menheniot, Cornwall, 1831-83; Hon. Canon of 
Truro. DIED Feb. 3rd, 1888. 

Maude, William Jemmett, son of T. Maude, Esq. (O.H.), Burley Hall, Yorks. 
Left 1818. Of Langham Hall, Essex. DIED May 28th, 1853. 

May, Charles. Left 1817. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; 
in the Army. 

Maydwell, L. Left 1818. 

Methold, John William (Mrs. LeitKs), son of Canon T. Methold (O.H.), 
Stonham Aspal Rectory, Suffolk. Monitor, 1819 ; Cricket XI. 1818 ; 
left 1819 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; Rector of Hempstead, 
Norfolk, 1835-73 ; Vicar of Wighton, Norfolk, 1835-78 ; J.P. Norfolk. 
DIED Sept. 14th, 1883. 

Meyrick. Left 1819. 2 

Moore. Left 1817. 

Morgan (Mrs. LeitVs). Left 1815 2 . 

Morris, Charles, son of E. Morris, Esq., Chorleywood, Herts. Left 181 9 ? . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1832 ; Barrister, 1832 ; of 7, 
Connaught Place, W., and The Chace, Great Malvern. DIED Dec. 16th, 
1856. 

Nicholson, John Armytage, son of C. A. Nicholson, Esq., Balrath Burry, 
Co. Meath. Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.B. and B.A. 1831 ; 
M.L. 1834 ; M.A. 1835 ; of Balrath Burry ; J.P. and D.L. Meath 
(High Sheriff, 1827) ; M.R.T.A. DIED Dec. 9th, 1872. 

Noyes, Thomas Herbert ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. T. H. Noyes, 
East Mascalls, Sussex. Left 1817. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; Bar- 
rister, 1830 ; of East Mascalls ; J.P. Sussex ; F.R.G.S. ; F.R.S.L. 
DIED 

Ogilvie, Archibald Cavendish, son of J. Ogilvie, Esq. Left about 1816. Trin. 
Coll. Camb. 

Oxenden, Charles, son of Sir H. Oxenden, 7th Bart. Previously at Eton ; 
Cricket XT. 1818, in which year he arranged the first regular Eton 
and Harrow match, in which Harrow was victorious by 13 runs; 
left 1818. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1823 ; Rector of Barham, 
Kent, 1846-74 ; Rural Dean and Hon. Canon of Canterbury. DIED 
March 17th, 1874. 

Oxnam, George Nutcombe (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of the Rev. W. Oxnam, 
Cornwood Vicarage, Devon. Left 1816-17. Wadham Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1820 ; M.A. 1823 ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. 1820-30 ; Barrister, 
1825 ; assumed the name of Oxenham. DIED Dec. 15th, 1873. 

Oxnam, William, brother of the above. Monitor, 1819 ; left 1819 2 . Scholar 
of Wadham Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; 
in Holy Orders ; Assistant* Master at Harrow, 1826-63 ; assumed the 
name of Oxenham. DIED" Oct. 13th, 1863. 



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Park, Alexander Atherton, son of Mr. Justice J. A. Park, Bedford Row, W.C. 

Left 1819 2 . Balliol Col. Oxf., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825; Barrister, 

1827 ; appointed Master of the Court of Common Pleas by Statute, 

1837. DIED Nov. 21st, 1871. 
Perceval, John Thomas ( The Head Master's), son of the Right Hon. S. Perceval 

(O.K.), First Lord of the Treasury. Monitor, 1820; left 1820-21. 

Magd. Hall, Oxf. ; Capt. Grenadier Guards. DIED Feb. 28th, 1876. 

Phillips, J. H. (Mr. Evans'). Left 1818. Major Light Dragoons. 

Pitt, Charles (Mr. W. Drury's), son of J. Pitt, Esq., East Court, Wilts. Left 
1818. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1822 ; M.A. 1825 ; Vicar of Malmesbury, 
1829-74, and Rector of Ashton Keynes, Wilts., 1834-66. DIED 
Oct. 18th, 1874. 

Platt, William, son of T. Platt, Esq., Serjeants' Inn, Chancery Lane, W.C. 
Left 1814-15. Afterwards at Eton ; Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; 
M.A. 1827 ; Barrister, 1830 ; well-known Oriental Scholar ; F.R.A.S. 
DIED about 1885. 

Pole, Peter (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir P. Pole, 2nd Bart., of Todenham House. 
Left 1816 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1821 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 
1850 ; assumed the name of Van Notten-Pole, 1853 ; J.P. and D.L. 
Glos., Worcs., and Warwicks. (High Sheriff, 1856). DIED May 20th, 

1887. 

Pole, Richard (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Head of one side at 
Football; left 1820 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; 
Rector of Wolverton, Hants., 1844-79 ; of Ewhurst, Hants., 1847-79 ; 
Rural Dean. DIED June 29th, 1893. 

Pole, Samuel, brother of the above. Left 1820 1 . St. Mary Hall, Oxf. ; 

Major in the Army. DIED Feb. 6th, 1863. 
Pole, Reginald Chandos, son of the Rev. Dr. E. Pole, Barford St. Martin's, 

Wilts. Left 1818. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1822 ; M.A. 1826 ; Rector 

of Sheviocke, Cornwall, 1825-39 ; of St. Mary Tavy, Devon, 1826-39 ; 

Vicar of Norton St. Philip's, Somerset, 1837-9 ; Rector of Yeovilton, 

Somerset, 1839-88. DIED 1889. 
Radnor, William. Left 1816. L.S.A. 1822 ; M.R.C.S. 1823 ; Surgeon and 

Accoucheur, London and Herne Bay ; struck by lightning in Arundel 

Street, Strand, while attending a patient, 1835; apoplexy and 

paralysis ensued, from which he never quite recovered. DIED at 

Dresden, March 16th, 1857. 
Raleigh, Frederick, son of J. Raleigh, Esq., Secretary to Governor of Gibraltar. 

Left 1815. Diplomatic Service. 
Raynor, John, son of Capt. J. Raynor, R.N. Left 1819 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 

B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; Vicar of Tamerton Foliott, Devon. DIED 

Nov. 5th, 1829. 
Shawe, Richard Fleetwood, son of R. Shawe, Esq., Brantingham, Brough, 

Yorks. Left 1817. Capt. 9th Lancers ; of Brantingham ; D.L. E. 

Riding Yorks. DIED 1872. 

Sheppard, Charles Down, son of T. Sheppard, Esq., Folkington Place, Sussex. 

Left 1819 2 . DIED 1861. 
Sheppard, Thomas, brother of the above. Left 1820. Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; 

resided mainly in France. DIED in Paris, Dec. 16th, 1851. 
Shore, Hon. Frederick John (Mr. Evans'), son of John, 1st Baron Teignmouth. 

Left 1815-16. Haileybury Coll. 1816-17; H.E.I.C.S. ; Agent to 

Lieut. -Gov. N.W. Provinces and Commissioner Sagar and Nerbudha 

Territories. DIED in India, May 29th, 1837. 
Shore, Hon. Henry Dundas (Mr. Evans'), brother of the above. Left 1816-17. 

In llth Hussars. DIED in France, April 29th, 1826. 



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Smith, Augustus John, son of J. Smith, Esq., Ashlyns, Great Berkhampstead. 

Monitor, 1819; left 1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1826; of Ashlyns, 

and Tresco Abbey, Scilly ; M.P. Truro, 1857-67 ; known as " King 

of Scilly." DIED July 31st, 1872. 
Somerville, James Richard, son of Sir M. Somerville, 4th Bart. Left 1821-2. 

Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards. DIED April 5th, 1869. 
Steere, Lee, son of L. S. Steere, Esq., Jayes Park, Ockley, Dorking. Left 

1819 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Jayes; M.P. W. Surrey, 1870-80; J.P. 

and D.L. Surrey (High Sheriff, 1848) ; J.P. Sussex. DIED Oct. 9th, 

1890. 
Strickland, Walter, son of W. Strickland, Esq., Cokethorpe Park, Witney. 

Left 1820-21. Oriel Coll. Oxf.; of Cokethorpe Park; J.P. Oxon. 

DIED Dec. 14th, 1870. 
Studd, Charles R. (Mr. W. Drury's), son of E. Studd, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. 

DROWNED while still at Harrow. 
Studd, Edward (Mr. W. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 1817. Joined 

15th Hussars; transferred to 76th Regt., which he commanded; 

retired as Major-Gen. 1854 ; of Oxton, near Exeter ; J.P. and D.L. 

Devon (High 'Sheriff, 1862). DIED Dec. 6th, 1877. 
Tait, James Campbell ( The Head Master's), son of C. Tait, Esq., of Blairlogie, 

Stirling, N.B. Left 1815 2 . Writer to the Signet. DIED Jan. 18th, 

1879. 
Talbot, Christopher Rice Mansel ( The Head Master's), son of T. M. Talbot, 

Esq., Margam, Glamorgan. Left 1816-17. Oriel Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 

Mathematics; B.A. 1824; of Margam ; M.P.Glamorgan, 1830-85; 

Mid Glamorgan, 1885-90 ; for many years " Father of the House 

of Commons " ; refused a Peerage, 1869 ; Lord-Lieut, of Glamorgan ; 

F.R.S. ; F.L.S. DIED Jan. 17th, 1890. 

Tayler, Frederick, son of A. W. Tayler, Esq., Boreham Wood, Elstree. Pre- 
viously at Eton; left 1815-16. Well-known landscape painter, his 

speciality being sporting and pastoral scenes in water-colour ; President 

of the " Old Water-colour " Society, 1857-71. DIED June 20th, 1889. 
Thomas (Mrs. Armstrong's). Left 1816-17. 
Tighe, William Henry Edward, son of H. Tighe, Esq., Dublin. Left about 

1816. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1825. 

Tower, Christopher, son of C. T. Tower, Esq. (O.H.), Weald Hall, Brentwood. 
Left 1819 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 7th Hussars ; of Huntsmore 
Park, Iver, Bucks. ; M.P. Bucks., 1845-7 ; J.P. and D.L. Essex and 
Bucks. (High Sheriff, 1871); J.P. Beds, and Middlesex. DIED 
March 3rd, 1884. 

Traherne, George (Mr. M. Drury's), son of L. Traherne, Esq., St. Hilary, 
Cowbridge, Glamorgan. Left 1816-17. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1820 ; 
M.A. 1823 ; Vicar of St. Hilary, 1832-53, and Rector of St. George- 
super-Ely, Glamorgan, 1836-53. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1853. 

Tugwell, George Clutterbuck (Mr. M. Drury's), son of G. H. Tugwell, Esq., 
Lyncombe, Somerset. Left 1816. Of Crowe Hall, Bath ; Head of 
the Old Bank, Bath. DIED 1868. 

Tugwell, Lewis (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Monitor, 1819 ; 
left 1819 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1825 ; Vicar of 
Longbridge Deverill, Wilts., 1829-37 ; Rector of Farmborough, Somer- 
set, 1837-53. DIED 1878. 

Venn, John (H.B.), son of the Rev. J. Venn, The Rectory, Clapham, S.W. 
Left 1816. Afterwards at Charterhouse ; Haileybury Coll. 1818-20 
H.E.I.C.S. 1820-22 ; Queens' Coll. Camb. ; Bell Univ. Scholar, 1824 
12th Wrangler ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830 ; Fellow of Queens' Coll. 
1828 ; Vicar of St. Peter's, Hereford, 1833-70. DIED May 12th, 1890. 



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Ward, Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Ward, Esq., Gatwick, Billericay, 
Essex. Left 1818. Solicitor, 1824 ; of 51, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
and Gatwick ; Inland Revenue Commissioner ; Deputy Chairman West 
Middlesex Waterworks. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1872. 

Wildman, Richard (The Head Master's), son of J. Wildman, Esq., London. 
Left 1818. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; Barrister, 1829 ; Recorder of 
Nottingham, 1837 ; Judge of County Court of Nottingham, 1847. 
DIED Aug. 26th, 1881. 

Wilkinson, John Gardner (Mr. Roberts'), son of the Rev. J. Wilkinson, Harden- 
dale, Westmorland. Left 1815-6. Exeter Coll. Oxf., D.C.L. 1852 ; 
author of various works on Egyptian antiquities ; Knighted for his 
contributions to archaeological literature, 1839 ; F.R.S. ; Donor of a 
valuable collection to the School. DIED Oct. 29th, 1875. 

Williams, William Augustus, son of B. Williams, Esq., Nassau, New Provi- 
dence, West Indies. Left 1821-2. 

Wilson, Henry Currer, son of M. Wilson, Esq., Eshton Hall, Gargrave. Left 
1820-21. Lincoln Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826; M.A. 1828; Rector of 
Marton-in-Craven and Vicar of Tunstall, Yorks., 1828-58. DIED 
Dec. 1st, 1866. 

Wilson, Mathew, brother of the above. Left 1820. Brasenose Coll., Oxf., 
B.A. 1824 ; M.P. Clitheroe, 1841-2 and 1847-53 ; W. Riding Yorks., 
N., 1874-5 ; W. Riding Yorks., N. (Skipton), 1885-6 ; created a Bart. 
1874. DIED Jan. 18th, 1891. 

Winter. Left 1817. 

Wortley, James Archibald Stuart-, son of the Rt. Hon. J. A. Stuart-Wortley, 
1st Baron Wharncliffe, 1826. Left 1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1826 ; M.A. 1831 ; Fellow of Merton Coll. 1830-46 ; Barrister, 1831 ; 
Q.C. 1841 ; M.P. Halifax, 1835-7 ; Bute, 1842-59 ; Sol.-Gen. to Queen 
Adelaide, 1845-9 ; Judge Advocate-Gen, in 1846 ; Recorder of 
London, 1850-56 ; Solicitor-Gen. 1856-7. DIED Aug. 22nd, 1881. 

Yorke, Eliot Thomas, son of Admiral Sir J. S. Yorke, K.C.B., M.P. Left 
1816-7. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830 ; Barrister, 
1832 ; M.P. Cambs., 1834-65 ; J.P., D.L., and Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions, Cambs. ; raised to the rank of an Earl's son, 1836. DIED 
May 3rd, 1885. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY MIDSUMMER 1816. 

Armstrong, John Edward, son of J. Armstrong, Esq., of Nassau, New Provi- 
dence, West Indies. Monitor, 1820 ; left 1820-21. St. John's Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1824; Barrister, 1827. DIED 1872-4. 

Bosanquet, George Henry, son of C. Bosanquet, Esq., Rock, Northumberland. 
Left 1819 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 
1825 ; in Holy Orders ; of Broom-y-close, Ross, Herefordshire. DIED 
Sept. 8th, 1880. 

Bruce, Charles Dashwood, son of the Hon. C. A. Bruce, Calcutta. Monitor, 
1818 ; Head of the School, 1818 ; left 1819 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class 
Mathematics, 1823 ; of Chester Street, Grosvenor Place. DIED 

Aug. 25th, 1864. 

Coekerell, Henry (Druries), son of S. P. Cockerell, Esq., Westbourne House, 
Westbourne, Middlesex. Left 1818. Triri. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824 ; 
M.A. 1827 ; Vicar of North weald, Essex, 1827-80. DIED Feb. 8th, 

1880. 



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Codrington, William John, son of Admiral Sir E. Codrington, G.C.B. Left 

1818. Joined Coldstream Guards, 1821; retired as Gen. 1877; 

served in the Crimea, where he commanded an Infantry Brigade, and 

subsequently the Light Division ; Commander-in-Chief of British 

Forces in the East, 1855 ; M.P. Greenwich, 1857-9 ; Gov. of Gibraltar, 

1859-65 ; Col. 54th Regt., 23rd Regt., and Coldstream Guards ; 

G.C.B. ; Grand Cross Sardinian Order ; 1st Class Medjidie ; 2nd 

Class Legion of Honour. DIED Aug. 6th, 1884. 
Crompton, Robert Edward, son of J. Crompton, Esq., Esholt Hall, Leeds. 

Monitor, 1822 ; left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; in 15th 

Hussars ; of Azerley Hall, Ripon. DIED 1840. 

Cunningham, Charles J. Left 1817. Lieut.-Governor of Antigua, 1845-59. 
Davidson, Henry, son of H. Davidson, Esq., of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall. 

Cricket XI. 1818 ; left 1818. Merchant and Bank Director ; of 16, 

Mansfield Street, W. DIED Jan. 9th, 1886. 
Davie, Charles Christophsr (Druries), son of the Rev. C. Davie, Heanton 

Punchardon Rectory, Devon. Left 1818. Joined 67th Regt. ; 

retired as Capt, 1843 ; of Barnstaple. DIED Jan. 24th, 1874. 
Dickinson, William, son of W. Dickinson, Esq., M.P., Kingweston, Somerset. 

DIED of decline, while still at School, June 4th, 1820. 
Dimock, William, son of N. Dimock, Esq., Bridgend House, Stonehouse, 

Glos. DIED at Harrow, Sept. 3rd, 1819. 
Dorrien, H. John (The Head Matter's), son of G. Dorrien, Esq. (O.K.), 

Governor of the Bank of England. Left 1816 3 . Manager of the 

Swansea and Portsmouth Branches of the Bank of England. DIED 

1868. 
Bade, William Aislabie, son of W. Bade, Esq., London. Left 1819 2 . Balliol 

Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1827 ; Barrister, 1827 ; of the Albany, 

Piccadilly. DIED June llth, 1853. 
Evans. Left 1816-7. 
Every, Edward, son of Sir H. Every, 9th Bart. Left 1818. Capt. 80th Regt. ; 

of Rowley, near Burnley ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes. ; Col. Lanes. Militia ; 

assumed the additional name of Clayton, 1835. DIED Oct. llth, 1885. 
Every, Henry, brother of the above. Left 1818. In the Life Guards. DIED 

Feb. 27th, 1853. 
FitzRoy, Lord James Henry, son of George, 4th Duke of Graf ton. Left 18 19 3 . 

In 10th Hussars ; M.P. Thetford, 1830-34. DIED July 26th, 1834. 
Griffith, Philip (The Head Master's). Left 1816 3 . Entered Consular Service, 

1819 ; served in Albania and Greece ; Sec. of Legation at Athens, 

1837-52 ; at Washington, 1852-65 ; Consul-Gen, to Republic of New 

Grenada in 1865 ; retired 1865 ; C.B. DIED Nov. 24th, 1887. 
Holland. Left 1816-17. 
Jervoise, Jervoise Clarke, son of the Rev. Sir S. C. Jervoise, 1st Bart. Left 

1819 3 . C.C.C. Oxf. ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1852 ; M.P. S. Hants., 1857-68 ; 

J.P. and D.L. Hants. ; J.P. Sussex. DIED April 1st, 1889. 
Kerr, James Burtonj son of W. Kerr, Esq., Bahama Islands. Left 1821-2. 

Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826 ; Curate of Watton, Norfolk. 

DIED 1830. 
Lieven, Count Paul, son of Prince Lieven, Russian Ambassador to England. 

Left 1818. Entered Russian Army. DIED after 1857. 
Martin, Robert Fanshawe, son of Admiral Sir T. B. Martin, G.C.B. Left 

1820-21. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Lieut.-Col. 76th Regt. ; D.A.Q.M.G. at 

Bombay. DIED in India, July 13th, 1846. 
Morgell, Crosbie. Left 1818. Dublin Univ. and Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 

and M.A. 1830 ; Rector of Chilbolton, Hants., 1830-48 ; of East 

Knoyle, Wilts., 1848-65. DIED Sept. 9th, 1865. 



76 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

North, Dudley (Druries), son of F. F. North, Esq., Rougham Hall, Norfolk. 
Left 1820-21. Of Croft House, Hastings. DIED 1845. 

Ouseley, John Ralph, son of Sir W. Ouseley, Crickhowell, N. Wales. Left 
1816. Lieut.-Col. Bengal Army; married a Hindoo lady. DIED 
in India 1850. 

Parry, James Patrick, son of W. Parry, Esq., 16, Montagu Square, W. Left 
1820-21. Lieut. Suffolk Militia ; settled in Germany. DIED at 
Hirschlingel, near Weimar, about 1873. 

Porter, William, son of Dr. J. Porter, Bishop of Clogher. Left 1818. Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; in 6th Dragoon Guards ; of Hembury Fort, Honiton ; 
J.P. and D.L. Devon. DIED April 1887. 

Rodon, H. Left 1819 3 . 

Rodon. Left 1818. 

Round. Left 1817. 

Shawe, Nathaniel, son of R. Shawe, Esq., Brantingham, Brough, Yorks. 
Left 1821-2. Of Brantingham. DIED about 1880. 

Shute, Henry, son of R. Shute, Esq., Sydenham. Left 1817. Magd. Coll. 
Oxf. ; of Beckenham. DIED Feb. 8th, 1834. 

Smith, Thomas (The Head Master's), son of T. Smith, Esq., The Distillery, 
Whitechapel Road, E. Left 1820 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 
2nd Classic and Senior Optime ; B.A. 1825. DIED July 30th, 1825. 

Speirs, Alexander, son of A. Speirs, Esq., of Ellerslie, N.B. Left 1820-21. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1824 ; M.P. Richmond, 1837-41 ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Renfrew. DIED Oct. 5th, 1844. 

Spencer, Hon. Francis George, son of Francis, 1st Baron Churchill. Monitor, 
1819 ; left 1819 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; D.C.L. 1834 ; in Diplomatic Service, 
1823-8 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1845 ; Lieut.-Col. Oxfordshire Yeomanry. 
DIED Nov. 24th, 1886. 

Spencer, Hon. George Augustus, brother of the above. Left 1816-7. Joined 
Coldstream Guards ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1844 ; D.L. Oxon. DIED 
Jan. 18th, 1877. 

Still, John, son of the Rev. J. Still, Knoyle, Wilts. Left 1817. St. Mary's 
Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1828 ; Vicar of Inglesham, Wilts. DIED 
May 7th, 1834. 

Warne, John (Druries), son of J. Warne, Esq., Clifton, Bristol. Left 1819 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1824 ; M.A. 1828. Priest Vicar of Exeter 
Cathedral. DIED Feb. 19th, 1836. 

Watkins, John Lloyd Vaughan, son of the Rev. T. Watkins, Pennoyre, Brecon- 
shire. Left 1816-17. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; of Pennoyre; M.P. Brecon 
borough, 1832-5, 1847-52, and 1854-65 ; Lord-Lieut, of Breconshire 
and Col. Breconshire Militia. DIED Sept. 28th, 1865. 

Wood, Thomas, son of Col. T. Wood, M.P., Littleton, Chertsey. Left 1820-21. 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1822 ; joined Grenadier Guards ; Lieut.- 
Gen. 1864 ; of Littleton ; M.P. Middlesex, 1837-47 ; J.P. Middlesex 
and Breconshire. DIED Oct. 23rd, 1872. 

Yescombe, Edward Bayntun, son of Capt. E. Yescombe, R.N., Flushing, 
Cornwall. Left 1816. Worcester Coll. Oxf. DIED young. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1816. 

Clive, George (The Head Master's), son of E. B. Clive, Esq., Whitfield, near 
Hereford. Left 1821-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 
1829; Barrister, 1830; Poor Law Commissioner, 1836; Police 
Magistrate, 1839 ; County Court Judge, 1847 ; M.P. Hereford, 1857-69 
and 1876-8 ; Under-Sec, for Home Dept. 1859-62 ; of Perrystone 
Court, Hereford ; J.P. Co. Hereford. DIED June 15th, 1880. 



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Conolly, William James. Left 1818. Haileybury Coll. 1819-21 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1821-45 ; Commissioner of Rohilkund. DIED at Cape of Good Hope, 
July 7th, 1845. 

Dancer, Herbert (H.B.), son of F. Dancer, Esq., Wealdstone House, Harrow. 
Left 1820-21. DIED young. 

Estcourt, Edmund Hiley Bucknall-, son of T. G. Bucknall-Estcourt, Esq., 
Estcourt, near Tetbury. Monitor, 1821 ; left 1821-2. Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; Fellow of Merton Coll. 1826-31 ; of 
Estcourt ; Vicar of Wolford, Warwicks., 1830-43 ; Rector of Eckington, 
Derbyshire, 1843-94. DIED Jan. 25th, 1894. 

Gibbons, John, son of Sir J. Gibbons, 4th Bart. Monitor, 1820 ; left 1820-21. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1826. DIED Jan. 31st, 1841. 

Hunter. Left 1818. 

Jenner, Herbert Charles, son of R. Jenner, Esq., Wenvoe Castle, Glamorgan. 
Left 1820-21. Capt. 66th Regt. DIED in America about 1837. 

Kenyon, Lloyd, son of the Hon. T. Kenyon, Pradoe, Salop. Left 1819 2 . 
Capt. R.H.G. DIED Jan. 1st, 1836. 

Laing. Left 1818. 

Neeld, John, son of J. Neeld, Esq., Fulham, Middlesex. Monitor, 1823 ; 
Cricket XI. 1822-3 ; left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; 
M.A. 1830 ; M.P. Cricklade, 1835-59 ; Chippenham, 1865-8 ; Gentle- 
man of the Privy Chamber, 1843-57 ; created a Bart. 1859 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1872). DIED Sept. 3rd, 1892. 

Oxenden, Graham, son of Sir H. Oxenden, 7th Bart. Left 1820-21. Christ's 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825. DIED Dec. 8th, 1826. 

Peirse, Henry Robert, son of R. W. C. Peirse, Esq., Thimbleby, Horncastle. 
Left 1818. Lieut. R.N. DIED at Malta, May 9th, 1829. 

Peirse, Richard W., brother of the above. Left 1821-2. In 15th Hussars. 

Peyton, Henry, son of Sir H. Peyton, 2nd Bart. Left 1818. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
in 1st Life Guards ; M.P. Woodstock, 1837-8 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 
1854. DIED Feb. 18th, 1866. 

Prendergast, Harris, son of General Sir J. Prendergast, India. Left 1818. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1829; Barrister, 1829; Q.C. 1866; re- 
linquished practise owing to loss of sight ; author of several works 
on martial law. DIED Sept. 30th, 1878. 

Pytches, Thomas, son of T. Pytches, Esq., Melton, Woodbridge. Left 1818. 
Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826 ; of Melton ; J.P. and D.L. Suffolk ; 
Major Suffolk Militia. DIED 1866. 

Squibb, Edward, son of G. Squibb, Esq., Savile Row, W. Left 1818. In 
H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service. DIED in India, Aug. 29th, 1824. 

Wellesley, William Henry George, son of the Rt. Hon. Sir H. Wellesley, 
G.C.B., 1st Baron Cowley, 1828. Left 1819 2 . Capt. R.N. DIED 
Dec. 21st, 1875. 

Whittaker, John Abraham ( The Head Master's), son of Capt. J. Whittaker, 
Newcastle Court, Presteign, Radnorshire. Left 18 19 2 . Major in 
the Army ; of Newcastle Court. DIED Feb. 20th, 1 869. 

Williams, Matthew Davies (Druries), son of I. L. Williams, Esq., Cwmcynfelin, 
Aberystwith. Left 1819 3 . St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 
1829 ; of Cwmcynfelin ; J.P. and D.L. Cardigan. DIED Dec. 22nd, 
1860. 



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ENTRANCES, JANUARY MIDSUMMER 1817. 

Bollaerts, Charles William, son of W. Bollaerts, Esq., Demerara. Monitor, 
1820; left 1820-21. Schol. of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1825; M.A. 
1828 ; P.O. of Jesus Chapel, Enfield, 1835-63. DIED Feb. 12th, 1863. 

Bowden, Henry, son of J. Bowden, Esq., Fulham. Left 1820-21. Queens' 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards ; became a 
Roman Catholic in 1852, and built the Roman Catholic Church at 
Chislehurst, where he lived. DIED Nov. 18th, 1869. 

Brownlow, William, son of the Rev. F. Brownlow, Knapton House, Queen's 
Co. Left 1820-21. In the Army ; A.D.C. to Earl Amherst, Gov.- 
Gen. of India ; J.P. Queen's Co. ; D.L. Monaghan. DIED July 18th, 
1881. 

Bruce, Brudenell James, son of the Hon. C. A. Bruce, Calcutta. Monitor, 
1820 ; left 1820 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in Coldstream Guards. DIED at 
Poros, Oct. 8th, 1828. 

Campbell, Archibald Argyll Napier, son of A. Campbell, Esq., of Lochnell, 
Bonaw, N.B. Left 1820-21. H.E.I.C.S. DIED at Bombay. 

Chaloner, William, son of R. Chaloner, Esq., Guisborough, Yorks. Left 
1821-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; gazetted to 52nd Regt. DROWNED 
on his passage to Canada to join his regiment. 

Chawner, Edward Hore, son of H. Chawner, Esq., Newton Manor, near Alton. 
Left 1820-21. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; joined 4th Dragoon Guards ; retired 
as Capt. 1836 ; of Newton Manor. DIED Nov. 22nd, 1868. 

Clarke, Ramsay Robinson, son of T. Clarke, Esq., Ades, Cheiley, Lewes. 
Left 1822. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; no profession ; of 42, Jermyn 
Street, S.W. DIED 1878. 

Clutterbuck, James Charles (Mrs. Leith'a), son of R. Clutterbuck, Esq., 
Watford House, Herts. Left 1820. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826; 
M.A. 1827 ; Fellow, 1822-31 ; Vicar of Long Wittenham, Abingdon, 
1830-85 ; wrote several works on geology and drainage of Thames 
Valley. DIED May 8th, 1885. 

Coekburn, A. Left 1819 3 . 
Cooke, Otho. Left 1818. 

Croke, George (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Sir A. Croke, Studley Priory, Wheatley, 
Oxon. Left 1819-20. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1822; M.A. 1826; 
Barrister, 1826 ; of Studley Priory ; J.P. Oxon. and Bucks. DIED 
Jan. 6th, 1860. 

Cronimelin, Thomas Lake, son of C. R. Crommelin, Esq., Calcutta. Left 
1820. Went out to Australia, 1851 ; Police Magistrate, Araluen, 
N.S.W., 1863-8 ; Commissioner of Crown Lands in the Riverina Dis- 
trict, 1868-76. DIED at Sydney 1877. 

Crosbie, Charles, son of Sir J. G. Crosbie, K.C.B., Watergate, Sussex. Left 
1820-21. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Northlands, Chichester ; D.L. Sussex. 
DIED Nov. 6th, 1875. 

Cumming, James Gordon-, son of Sir A. P. Gordon-Cumming, 1st Bart. 
Left 1818. DIED young. 

Drummond, William, son of J. Drummond, Esq., Bombay. Left 1820. 
Trin: Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; Curate of Down, Kent ; Fawley, Bucks. ; 
and Edmonton, Middlesex. DIED about 1848. 

Dundas, Hon. Charles, son of Robert, 2nd Viscount Melville. Left 1823-4. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1826 ; Rector of Epworth, Lines., 1843-83 ; 
J.P. Lines. DIED Feb. 24th, 1883. 



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Edmeades, William Henry, son of W. Edmeades, Esq. (O.H.), Nurstead Court, 
Kent. Monitor, 1821 ; left 1821-2. Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; 
M.A. 1830 ; Rector of Ifield and Nurstead, Kent, 1827-86. DIED 
June 18th, 1886. 

Elwes, John Meggott, son of J. Elwes, Esq., Colesbourne House, Cheltenham. 
Left 1821-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; of Bossington, 
Stockbridge ; J.P. Hants. (High Sheriff, 1840). DIED March 10th, 
1855. 

Eyre, George Edward, son of G. Eyre, Esq., Warens, Lyndhurst, Hants. 
Left 1821. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; Barrister, 1830 ; 
Queen's Printer, 1837-82 ; of Warens ; J.P. Hants, and Wilts. (High 
Sheriff, 1844) ; Recorder of Romsey. DIED Nov. 24th, 1887. 

FitzRoy, Robert, son of Lord C. FitzRoy, Wicken, Northants. Left 1817 3 . 
Entered R.N. 1819; Vice-Adm. 1863; in command of the Beagle 
during her exploration voyages, 1828-36 ; M.P. Durham City, 1841-3 ; 
Gov. of New Zealand, 1843-5 ; Chief of Meteorological Dept. of the 
Board of Trade, 1854 ; Inventor of the " FitzRoy " Barometer ; 
F.R.S. DIED April 30th, 1865. 

Frampton, Algernon, son of A. Frampton, Esq., M.D., New Broad Street, 
E.C. Left 1821-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825; M.B. 1829; 
M.D. 1834 ; F.R.C.S. 1832 ; of New Broad Street ; Physician to the 
London Hospital. DIED Dec. 3rd, 1851. 

Hall, Frederick, son of R. Hall, Esq., Portland Place, W. Left 1821-2. 
Haileybury Coll. 1823-5; H.E.I.C.S. 1825; Head Assistant to Col- 
lector of Tinnevelli. DIED at sea, May 13th, 1834. 

Handley, Arthur, son of T. Handley, Esq., 12, Winchester Place, Penton- 
ville. Left 1821-2. Merton Coll. Oxf. 

Holdich, Thomas Peach, son of the Rev. T. Holdich, Maidwell Rectory, 
Northants. Monitor, 1821; Head of the School, 1822; left 1823. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1829 ; Rector of Dingley, North- 
ants., 1841-54; Vicar of St James', Norland Square, W., 1854-69; 
Rector of Linwood, Lines., 1869-88. DIED Jan. 20th, 1888. 

Howard, Henry, son of Lord H. T. H. M. Howard, Thornbury Castle, Glos. 
Left 1820. M.P. Steyning, 1824-6; Shoreham, 1826-32; of Thorn- 
bury and Greystoke Castle, Penrith ; J.P. Westmorland and Glos. ; 
J.P. and D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff, 1834). DIED Jan. 7th, 1875. 

Hungerford. Left 1819. 

Jones, Humphrey Thelwall, son of H. R. Jones, Esq., Garthmill, Co. Mont- 
gomery. Left 1820-21. Christ's Coll. Camb. DIED at Cambridge, 
May 10th, 1827. 

Kenyon, Hon. Lloyd, son of George, 2nd Baron Kenyon. Monitor, 1822 ; 
left 1823. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1829 ; M.P. St. Michael's, 
1830-32 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1855. DIED July 24th, 1869. 

Kenyon, Thomas, son of the Hon. T. Kenyon, Pradoe, Salop. Left 181 9 2 . 
Major 8th Regt. DIED Sept. 19th, 1859. 

Laing. Left 1818. 

Lewis, Arthur James, son of R. Lewis, Esq., Cananore, Bombay. Cricket XI. 
1818; left 1819 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825; Barrister, 1828; 
Advocate-Gen, and a Member of Council, Bombay, 1857. DIED 
Nov. 14th, 1865. 

Locke, Francis Alexander Sydenham, son of W. Locke, Esq., M.P., Rowde 
Ford, Wilts. Left 1818. Of Rowde Ford; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. 
(High Sheriff, 1859). DIED Jan. 7th, 1885. 



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Merivale, Herman (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, Esq., 15, Woburn Place, 
W.C. Monitor, 1822; Head of the School, 1823; left 1823 3 . Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; Scholar of Trin. Coll. and Ireland Univ. Scholar, 1825 ; 
1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1833 ; D.C.L. 1870 ; Fellow of 
Balliol Coll. 1828 ; English Essay Prize, 1830 ; Eldon Scholar, 1831 ; 
Barrister, 1832 ; Professor of Political Economy at Oxford, 1837-42 ; 
Assistant Under-Sec, for the Colonies, 1847-8 ; Permanent Under-Sec. 
1848-59; Permanent Under-Sec, for India, 1859-74 ; C.B. ; author 
of various books and articles. DIED Feb. 8th, 1874. 

Miers. Left 1819 3 . 

Morton, Charles, son of C. C. Morton, Esq., Dublin. Left 1817. Schol. of 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1830. 

Page, William (Mr. W. Drury's). Left 1817. Some time of Margaret Street, 
Cavendish Square. 

Perceval, Ernest Augustus ( The Head Master's], son of the Rt. Hon. S. Perceval 
(O.H.), First Lord of the Treasury. Winner of Champion Racket; 
left 1824 1 . Joined 15th Hussars, 1824 ; retired as Capt. ; of Severn 
House, near Bristol. DIED Jan. 19th, 1896. 

Perkins, Frederick Oswald, son of F. Perkins, Esq., Chipstead Place, Kent. 
Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Major Surrey Yeomanry. DIED 
July llth, 1841. 

Perkins, George, brother of the above. Left 1820. Brewer in Southwark ; 
of Chipstead Place, Kent, and Saham Hall, Thetford ; J.P. Kent and 
Norfolk ; Capt. W. Kent Militia. DIED June 30th, 1879. 

Pitt, Charles Whitworth, son of the Rev. Dr. L. K. Pitt, St. Petersburg. Left 
1820-21. Brasenose Oxf., M.A. 1829 ; Rector of Stapleford Abbots, 
Essex, 1841-67. DIED Jan. 23rd, 1867. 

Pole, Edward, son of Sir P. Pole, 2nd Bart., of Todenham House. Monitor, 
1822 ; left 1823 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Lieut.-Col. commanding 12th 
Lancers ; Lieut.-Gen. 1871 ; served in the Kaffir War, 1851-3 ; K.M. 
DIED Feb. 3rd, 1879. 

Powys, Hon. Horatio, son of Thomas, 2nd Baron Lilford. Left 1817. St. 

John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826 ; D.D. 1854 ; Rector of Warrington, 

Lanes., 1831-54 ; Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1854-77. DIED May 31st, 

1877. 

Pringle (H.B.). Left 1820-21. 
Pulteney, John Apsley (Druries), son of J. Pulteney, Esq., Northerwood, 

Lyndhurst. Monitor, 1822 ; left 1823. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. 12th 

Lancers. DIED April, 1840. 
Ray, Edmund Barker, son of R. Ray, Esq., Prothonotary, Court of Common 

Pleas. Monitor, 1821 ; left 1821-2. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 

1826 ; M.A. 1829 ; Secondary Common Pleas. DIED 1874. 
Ryder. Left 1817. 

Sawyer, William George (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir H. Sawyer, K.C.B., Ply- 
mouth. Left 1819 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824; Chaplain of 

Dalby-on- the- Wolds, Leics., 1830-71. DIED May 15th, 1871. 
Stapleton. Left 1817. 
Stapleton. Left 1817. 
Toller, Samuel Bush, son of E. Toller, Esq., Doctors' Commons, E.C. Left 

1820-21. Exhibitioner of Trin. Coll. Oxf.; B.A. 1825; B.C.L. 1830; 

Barrister, 1830 ; Q.C. and Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 1858. DIED 

May 10th, 1868. 
Trevelyan, Arthur, son of Sir J. Trevelyan, 5th Bart., of Nettlecombe. Left 

1818. DIED Feb. 6th, 1878. 



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Waring, William (Druries), son of W. Waring, Esq., Barnes, Surrey. Left 
1819 3 . Magd. Coll. Camb., 23rd Wrangler ; B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1826 ; 
Fellow of Magdalen Coll. ; Vicar of Welford, Northants. ; of Shobdon, 
Herefordshire, 1847-54; Rector of Burwarton, Salop, 1865-71; 
Master of St. Catherine's Hospital, Ledbury, and Canon Res. of 
Hereford, 1870-77 ; Archdeacon of Salop. DIED 1877. 

Williams, Charles Lloyd, son of I. L. Williams, Esq., Cwmcynfelin, Aberyst- 
with. Monitor, 1822 ; Cricket XI. 1823 ; left 1823-4. Trin. Hall, 
Camb., LL.B. 1827. DIED Oct. 1st, 1834. 

Williams, Isaac (Mr. Evans'), brother of the above. Monitor, 1821 ; left 
1821-2. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf . ; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1831; B.D. 
1839 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1831 ; Vice-President, 1840 ; in Holy 
Orders ; held various Curacies, 1829-42 ; one of the leaders of the 
Oxford Movement, and wrote several of the " Tracts for the Times." 
DIED May 1st, 1865. 

Williams, Jonathan (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1819 2 . Army 
Lace Manufacturer in Long Acre. DIED Oct. 23rd, 1835. 

Wright. Left 1817. 

Wroughton, Philip, son of the Rev. P. Wroughton, Woolley Park, Wantage. 
Left 1821-2. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; of Woolley Park ; High 
Sheriff of Berks., 1857. DIED Dec. 28th, 1862. 

Yorke. Monitor, 1823 ; left 1823-4. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1817 EASTER 1818. 

Astell, Richard William, son of Col. W. Astell, M.P., Everton House, Hunts. 
Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined Grenadier Guards ; retired 
as Col. 1851 ; of Everton House. DIED May 15th, 1864. 

Batten, George Maxwell (The Grove), son of the Rev. Dr. J. H. Batten (O.H.), 
East India Coll., Hertford. Monitor, 1824 ; left 1824. Haileybury 
Coll. 1825-6 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1827 ; Assistant Sec. in Secret and Political 
Departments. DIED in India, July 21st, 1834. 

Calvert, William Henry, son of N. Calvert, Esq., Hunsdon House, Herts. 
Left 1820-21. DIED at Moulins-sur-Allier, France, Jan. 24th, 1880. 

Campbell, John Cameron, son of A. Campbell, Esq., of Lochnell, Bonaw, N.B. 
Left 1822. Major 9th Lancers ; served in Sikh War, 1848-9 ; dis- 
tinguished himself at the battle of Gujrat. DIED 1871. 

Carr, William Ogle, son of W. T. Carr, Esq., Eshott Heugh, Northumberland. 
Left 1820-21. Barrister, 1826 ; Puisne Judge of Ceylon, 1839 ; 
Chief Justice and Knighted, 1854. DIED in Ceylon, April 24th, 1856. 

Dawkins, Charles Colyear, son of R. Dawkins, Esq., Great Cumberland 
Place, W. Left 1820. Capt. R.N. ; served with distinction in the 
China War, 1840-42 ; of Wymesmold, Leics. DIED Nov. 17th, 1863. 

Eyre, Charles Richard, son of G. Eyre, Esq., Warens, Lyndhurst, Hants. 
Left 18 19 3 . Entered the Army, 1827. DIED in India. 

Francis, Henry Dunkin, son of H. Francis, Esq., 4, Monument Yard, E.G. 
Left 1821-2. Solicitor, 1828 ; of Cordwainers' Hall, E.C., and Or- 
pington, Kent. DIED 1870. 

Fulford, Baldwin, son of Lieut.-Col. B. Fulford, Great Fulford, Devon. Left 
1819 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; of Great Fulford ; J.P. and 
D.L. Devon ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions. DIED May 2nd, 1871. 

Hall, Richard, son of R. Hall, Esq., Portland Place, W. Left 1820-21. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Barrister, 1828 ; Poor Law 
Commr. ; Recorder of Dorchester. DIED about 1857. 

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82 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Hammond, Edmund (Mr. W. Drury's), son of the Rt. Hon. G. Hammond, 
Under- Sec. for Foreign Affairs. Left Eton owing to ill health and 
came to Harrow; Monitor, 1820; left 1820-21. Scholar of Univ. 
Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. 1823 ; M.A. 1826 ; Fellow, 1828-46 ; Clerk in the 
Privy Council Office, 1823 ; in Foreign Office, 1824 ; Under-Sec, of 
State for Foreign Affairs, 1 854-73 ; went on various special missions 
to foreign Courts ; created Baron Hammond, 1874 ; P.C. DIED 
April 29th, 1890, when the title became extinct. 

Jollands, Charles. Left 1820-21. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1826 ; Rector 
of Little Munden, Herts., 1831-66. DIED May 12th, 1866. 

Lacey, Hugh. Left 1818. 

Lake, James Samuel, son of Sir J. S. W. Lake, 4th Bart. Left 1820-21. 
Jesus Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1833 ; succ. as 5th Bart., 1832. 
DIED Dec. 10th, 1846. 

Lieven, Count Alexander, son of Prince Lieven, Russian Ambassador to 
England. Left 1819 2 . In Russian Army and Diplomatic Service. 
DIED 1886. 

Lieven, Count Constantine, brother of the above. Left 1819 2 . Entered 
Russian Army. Subsequently went out to U.S.A. and died there, 
June 1838. 

Malcolm, David Orme Cuthbert, son of N. Malcolm, Esq., of Poltalloch, 
Argyll. Left 1819 3 . DIED Oct. 1st, 1832. 

Marriott, H. B. Left 1818. 

Merivale, Charles (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, 15, Woburn Place, W.C. 
Monitor, 1824; Cricket XI. and Football XI. 1824; Winner of 
Champion Racket; left 1824 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1825-6; Scholar 
of St. John's Coll. Camb., Browne's Medallist, 1829 ; 4th Classic and 
Senior Optime ; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833; B.D. 1840; D.D. 1870; 
Fellow and Tutor of St. John's Coll. 1833-49 ; rowed No. 2 in the 
first University Boat Race, 1829; Rector of Landford, Essex, 1849-69; 
Chaplain to the House of Commons, 1863-9 ; Dean of Ely, 1869-93 ; 
D.C.L. Oxf. and Durham ; LL.D. Edin. ; author of " History of the 
Romans under the Empire " and numerous other works. DIED 
Dec. 27th, 1893. 

Merriman, Thomas Baverstock (Mr. W. Drury's), son of T. Merriman, Esq., 
Marlborough, Wilts. Left 1819 2 . Solicitor, 1824; practised at 
Marlborough ; Town Clerk, 1824 ; Alderman, 1841 ; Mayor, 1842-3 
and 1853-4. DIED June 1st, 1867. 

Mitchell, William. Left 1821-2. Major 56th Regt. DIED May 2nd, 1840. 
Neville. Left 1817-8. 

Nicholson, Christopher Hampden, son of C. A. Nicholson, Esq., Balrath 
Burry, Co. Meath. Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Lieut.-Col. 
Grenadier Guards. DIED Feb. 21st, 1866. 

Odell, John, son of J. Odell, Esq., Carriglea, Dungarvan. Left 1820-21. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; of Carriglea ; J.P. and D.L. Waterford (High 
Sheriff). DIED May 17th, 1847. 

Ogilvy, John, son of Rear-Adm. Sir W. Ogilvy, 8th Bart. Left 181 9 3 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1823 ; joined 2nd Life Guards, 1826 ; 
retired, 1831; M.P. Dundee, 1857-74; Major-Gen. Royal Company 
of Archers. DIED March 29th, 1890. 

Ogilvy, Walter, brother of the above. Left 1818. Major 69th Regt. DIED 

May 21st, 1879. 

Ogilvy, William, brother of the above. Left 1819 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1822-3 ; 

H.E.I.C S. 1824; Magistrate of Fatehpur. DIED May 19th, 1837. 



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Penruddoeke, Thomas, son of Capt. T. Penruddocke, Winkton, Ringwood, 
Hants. Left 1821-2. Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1828 ; 
Rector of Compton Chamberlayne, Wilts., 1828-32. DIED Sept. 2nd, 
1832. 

Reid, Harry, son of A. Reid, Esq., Lyonsdown, Barnet. Left 1820 1 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1833. 

Reid, William (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 182 1 2 . Partner 
in Reid & Co.'s Brewery ; of The Node, Welwyn ; High Sheriff of 
Herts., 1857. DIED Dec. 25th, 1867. 

Shakespear, Fraser K. Left 1820-21. Went out to India. 

Shakespear, George Trant, son of J. T. Shakespear, Esq. Left 1820-21. 
Haileybury Coll. 1827-8 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1829-44 ; Magistrate and Col- 
lector of Midnapur. DIED at Geneva, Oct. 24th, 1844. 

Sheppard, Robert. Monitor, 1822; Head of the School, 1824; left 1824. 
DIED 

Smith, George James Philip, son of J. Smith, Esq., Shortgrove, Saffron Walden. 
Monitor, 1821 ; left 1822. St. John's Coll. Camb., 25th Wrangler 
and 22nd Classic ; B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1829 ; Barrister, 1830 ; Joint 
Editor of " Best and Smith's Queen's Bench Reports," 1871 ; Master 
of Court of Queen's Bench, and afterwards of Supreme Court of 
Judicature. DIED April 1st, 1886. 

Smith, William George. Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 
1831 ; assumed the name of Parks, 1830. 

Toller, Charles (Druries), son of E. Toller, Esq., Doctors' Commons, E.G. 
Monitor, 1821 ; left 1821-2. Proctor and Notary at Doctors' Commons, 
1828. DIED 1870. 

Turner, C., son of Turner, Esq., Liverpool. Left 1821-2. 

Vigne, Godfrey Thomas, son of T. Vigne, Esq., The Oaks, Woodford, Essex. 
Cricket XI. 1818 ; left 1819 3 . Barrister, 1824 ; Author, Traveller, 
and Draughtsman ; author of " Six Months in America," 1832, " A 
Personal Narrative of a Visit to Ghuzni," etc., 1840, " Travels in 
Kashmir," 1842, and " Travels in Mexico and South America," 1863 ; 
the first Englishman who went to Little Thibet ; a personal friend 
of Runjeet Singh. DIED July 12th, 1863. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1818. 

Biggs, Arthur William. Left 1821-2. Major 7th Hussars. 

Calvert, Frederick, son of Gen. Sir H. Calvert, 1st Bart. Monitor, 1822 ; 
Cricket XI. 1822-3, Capt. 1823 ; left 1823-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Cl. 
Mathematics and 2nd Cl. Classics ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1831 ; Fellow 
of Merton Coll. 1831 ; Barrister, 1831 ; Q.C. and Bencher of Inner 
Temple, 1849 ; M.P. Aylesbury, 1850-51 ; Member of Board of Queen 
Anne's Bounty, 1869 ; J.P. and D.L. Bucks. DIED June 6th, 1891. 

Capel, William, son of the Hon. and Rev. W. R. Capel, The Vicarage, Wat- 
ford. Left 1821-2. Postmaster Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826. DIED 
Feb. 18th, 1876. 

Copley, Joseph William, son of Sir J. Copley, 3rd Bart. Left 1820-21. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 4th Bart. 1838 ; D.L. Cornwall ; J.P. W. Riding 
Yorks. (High Sheriff, 1843). DIED Jan. 4th, 1883, when the Baronetcy 
became extinct. 

Finlay, Alexander Struthers, son of K. Finlay, Esq., of Castle Toward, 
Greenock. Left 1821-2. Glasgow Univ. ; of Castle Toward ; M.P. 
Argyll, ] 857-68 ; J.P. and D.L. Argyll and Bute. DIED June 9th, 1886. 



84 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [18182-19 1 

Forbes, George, son of Sir C. Forbes, 1st Bart., of Newe. Left 1821-2. Of 
Bereleigh, Hants. ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. DIED Jan. 22nd, 1863. 

Griffith, William Shakespear. Left 1821-2. Christ's Coll. Camb. 

Jones, Meyrick, son of W. Jones, Esq., Woodhall, Downham, Norfolk. Left 

1821-2. Joined 13th Hussars; transferred as Capt. to 16th Lancers. 

DIED at sea on his return from India, June 2nd, 1845. 

Jones, Thomas Browne, son of P. Jones, Esq., Cyfronydd, Co. Montgomery. 
Monitor, 1823 ; left 1823-4. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; assumed the 
name of Browne, 1823 ; Barrister, 1836 ; Inspector of Schools, 1847-74 ; 
of Mellington Hall, Montgomery ; J.P. and D.L. Montgomery. DIED 
March 1874. 

Morris, Henry. Left 1820-21. Haileybury Coll. 1821-3; Madras C.S. 
1823-52 ; Judge of Calicut. DIED 1888. 

Prendergast, Thomas, son of Gen. Sir J. Prendergast, India. Left 18 19 3 . 
Haileybury Coll. 1825-6; Madras C.S. 1826-59; Magistrate and 
Collector of Gangam ; inventor of the " Mastery " system of learning 
languages* became totally blind. DIED Nov. 14th, 1886. 

Smith, Spencer, son of C. Smith, Esq., M.P., Suttons, Essex. Left 1821-2. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1833 ; of Brooklands, South- 
ampton ; D.L. Essex ; J.P. Hants. DIED May 2nd, 1882. 

Stretton, William Richard, son of W. T. Stretton, Esq., Laurel Lodge, Twicken- 
ham. Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; in the Army ; of Dany 
Park, Breconshire, and Brynderwen, Monmouthshire ; J.P. and D.L. 
Monmouth ; J.P. Brecon (High Sheriff, 1834) and Radnor ; Major 
Brecon Militia. DIED March 24th, 1868. 

Strickland, Thomas Alfred, son of G. Strickland, Esq., Chestnut Grove, Yorks. 
Left 1820-21. Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1824; M.A. 
1831 ; Rector of Bredon, Worcs., 1837-52. DIED Nov. 7th, 1852. 

Thornton, William, son of T. R. Thornton, Esq., Brockhall, near Weedon. 
Monitor, 1823 ; left 1824. C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; 
of Kingsthorpe Hall, Northants. ; Vicar of Dodford, Northants., 1837-59. 
DIED May 20th, 1881. 

Trench, Francis Chenevix (Mrs. Leith'a), son of R. Trench, Esq., Bursledon, 
Hants. Monitor, 1823; Cricket XI. 1823-4; left 1824. Oriel Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1859 ; P.C. of St. John's, Reading, 1837-57 ; 
Rector of Islip, Oxon, 1857-75 ; assumed the name of Chenevix- 
Trench, 1873 ; author of various religious works and of " Recollections 
of Harrow " in Temple Bar, March 1870. DIED March 3rd, 1886. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1818 EASTER 1819. 

Boddington, Thomas Fremeaux, son of B. Boddington, Esq., Keenground, 
Westmorland. Left 1820-21. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826; M.A. 
1830 ; Rector of Badger, Salop, 1838-71. DIED July 18th, 1871. 

Bogle, Archibald, son of J. A. Bogle, Esq. Left 1820-21. Entered H.E.I.Co.'s 
Military Service, 1821 ; retired as Major-Gen. 1862 ; Commissioner in 
Tenasserim and Martaban ; Knighted 1853. DIED June 12th, 1870. 

Bosanquet, William Henry Francis, son of S. Bosanquet, Esq., Forest House, 
Epping. Previously at Westminster ; left 1821-2. Barrister, 1836 ; 
of Knockane, Co. Waterford ; J.P. Waterford. DIED Sept. 29th, 1878. 

Burgess. Left 1820-21. 

Burgess. Left 1820-21. 

Campbell, Colin (H.B.), son of A. Campbell, Esq., of Lochnell, Bonaw, N.B. 
Left 1822. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Si 
George's, Wolverhampton, 1854-60. DIED at St. Omer, France, 1871. 



18183-19 1 ] GEORGE BUTLER. 85 

Cholmeley, Montague John, son of Sir M. Cholmeley, 1st Bart. Left 1819 3 . 

Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; M.P. Grantham, 1826-1831 ; N. Lines., 1847-74 ; 

succ. ae 2nd Bart. 1831. DIED Jan. 18th, 1874. 
Clark, Henry. Left 1824. 
Clarke, Richard. Left 1819. 

Clutterbuck, Henry (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of P. Clutterbuck, Esq., New 
House, Watford. Left 1823-4. St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831 ; 
M.A. 1836 ; Vicar of Kempton, Beds., 1835-48 ; of Buckland-Dinham, 
Somerset, 1848-83 ; Rural Dean of Frome and Prebendary of Wells. 
DIED 1883. 

Clutterbuck, J. W., son of Clutterbuck, Esq., Bushey, Herts. Left 1822. 
Of Boughrood Castle, Radnorshire. DIED about 1865. 

Craufurd, Robert Gregan, son of Gen. R. Craufurd, Commander of the Light 
Division in the Peninsula. Left 1820-21. Joined 2nd Dragoons, 
1821 ; transferred to 68th Regt. ; retired as Capt. ; Magd. Hall, 
Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1837 ; Curate of Portishead, Somerset. 
DIED July 1868. 

Dallas, Robert Charles, son of Sir G. Dallas, 1st Bart. Left 1821-2. Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825; M.A. 1829; Barrister, 1829; succ. as 2nd 
Bart. 1833 ; A.D.C. to the Governor of Grenada and Lieut.-Col. 
Grenada Militia. DIED Aug. 2nd, 1874. 

Douglas, Charles Eurwicke, son of the Right Hon. C. P. Yorke, M.P. Left 
1821-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Private 
Sec. to Lord Goderich, Sec. of State for the Colonies, 1830-34 ; King- 
at-Arms of Order of St. Michael and St. George, 1832-59 ; Knighted 
1832; M.P. Warwick, 1837-52; Banbury, 1859-65; Parliamentary 
Commr. for Greenwich Hospital, 1845-6 ; K.C.M.G. DIED Feb. 21st, 
1887. 

Drury, Henry (H.B.), son of the Rev. H. J. T. Drury, Harrow. Monitor, 
1827 ; Head of the School, 1829 ; Sayer Scholar, 1830 ; left 1830 2 . 
Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840; Browne Medallist, 
1833 and 1835 ; Classical Tutor and Lecturer of Caius Coll. ; Rector 
of Bremhill, Wilts., 1845-63 ; Chaplain to the House of Commons, 
1857-63 ; Archdeacon of Wilts., 1862-3 ; Editor of Arundines Cami. 
DIED Jan. 25th, 1863. 

Dunlop, John, son of Gen. J. Dunlop, of Dunlop, Ayrshire. Left 1820-21. 
Capt. in the Army ; of Dunlop ; M.P. Ayrshire, 1835-9 ; created 
a Bart. 1838. DIED April 3rd, 1839. 

Dyke, Thomas Hart, son of Sir P. H. Dyke, 5th Bart. Previously at West- 
minster ; left 1819 2 . Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1821-9, B.A. 1824; 
M.A. 1827 ; Rector of Lullingstone, Kent, 1828-66 ; of Long Newton, 
Durham, 1832-66. DIED June 25th, 1866. 

Evans. Left 1819 3 . 

Fane, Hon. Henry Sutton, son of John, 10th Earl of Westmorland. Left 
1819 3 . Col. in the Army ; of Cotterstock Hall, Oundle ; M.P. Lyme 
Regis, 1826-30. DIED May 7th, 1857. 

Fyler, Samuel Arnot, son of S. Fyler, Esq., Twickenham, Middlesex. Left 
1821-2. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1839 ; Rector of Cornhill, 
Coldstream, 1834-80. DIED Nov. 2nd, 1880. 

Grayson, Thomas. Left 1819 3 . 

Gregg, William Frederick, son of F. Gregg, Esq., Skinners' Hall, B.C. Left 
1823 1 . DIED June 19th, 1823. 

Hall, John Hamilton (Mr. W. Drury's), son of Gen. Hamilton Hall. Left 
1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828; M.A. 1835; no profession; 
resided largely abroad. DIED 1878. 



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Hamilton. Left 1823-4. 

Harvey, William Maunday, son of W. Harvey, Esq., Clacton, Essex. Left 
1820-21. Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1831 ; Rector of 
Little Mongeham, Kent, 1835-68. DIED March 4th, 1868. 

Hornby, Arthur, son of J. Hornby, Esq., The Hook, Fareham. Left 1821-2. 
Haileybury Coll. 1822-5 ; Bombay C.S. 1825-42 ; Assistant Judge of 
Thana ; of Coldeast, Swanwick, Southampton, and Portland Place, 
W. DIED 1872. 

Houblon, Charles Archer-, son of J. Archer-Houblon, Esq., M.P., Hallingbury 
Place, Bishop's Stortford. Monitor, 1824 ; left 1824. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1828 ; of Welford Park, Newbury ; J.P. and D.L. Berks. (High 
Sheriff, 1834) ; assumed the name of Eyre, 1831. DIED July 22nd, 
1886. 

Houstoun, Alexander, son of Gen. Sir R. Houstoun, K.C.B., of Clerkington, 
Haddington. Left 1821-2. Col. 4th Hussars ; of Clerkington ; J.P. 
and D.L. Haddington. DIED Oct. 9th, 1874. 

Humfrays, Alexander. Left 1821-2. 

Jervoise, Samuel Clarke, son of the Rev. Sir S. C. Jervoise, 1st Bart. Left 

1822. C.C.C. Oxf. ; Senior Clerk in the Foreign Office. DIED 

Feb. 22nd, 1890. 

Leversage, Peter, son of P. Leversage, Esq., Middle Lypiatt, Glos. Left 
1823-4. Jesus Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1845 ; of Middle Lypiatt ; 
J.P. Glos. DIED 1864. 

Money, James Drummond (Druries), son of W. T. Money, Esq., Walthamstow, 
Essex. Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; Rector of 
Shernfield, Suffolk, 1834-61 ; of Stodham Park, Liss. DIED 1875. 

Perry, Charles (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Perry, Esq., Moor Hall, Harlow, 
Essex. Cricket XI. 1822-3 ; left 1823 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., Senior 
Wrangler, 1st Smith's Prizeman, and 7th Classic ; B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 
1831 ; D.D. 1847 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1829-41 ; Tutor, 1833-41 ; 
Vicar of St. Paul's, Camb., 1842-7 ; First Bishop of Melbourne, 
Victoria, 1847-76 ; Canon of Llandaff, 1878-89 ; Prelate of the Order 
of St. Michael and St. George. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1891. 

Pocock, Robert Temple, son of Sir G. Pocock, 1st Bart. Left 1821-2. Hailey- 
bury Coll. 1822-3 ; in 2nd Madras Light Cavalry. DIED at sea, 
July 29th, 1827. 

Prendergast, Guy Lushington, son of G. L. Prendergast, Esq., M.P., 23, 
Graf ton Street, W. Capt. Cricket XI. 1822; left 1822. Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Madras C.S. 1827-59 ; Accountant-Gen, and Member of 
Mint Committee, Madras ; author of Concordances to Milton (1856) 
and to Homer's "Iliad" (1875). DIED Nov. 5th, 1887. 

Prideaux, Walter Thomas, son of W. Prideaux, Esq., Totnes. Monitor, 1822 ; 
left 1822. Exeter Coll. Oxf. and Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1827 ; in 
Holy Orders. DIED Oct. 1828. 

Purrier, Henry, son of the Rev. H. Purrier, Kenilworth. Left 1821-2. 
Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1832 ; Curate of Compton 
Beauchamp, Berks. ; of Ray House, Woodford, Essex. DIED Dec. 7th, 
1857. 

Skey, Arthur, son of S. Skey, Esq., Kidderminster. Left 1823-4. Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. ; of Spring Grove, Worcs. DIED about 1889. 

Solly, Fredsriek, son of R. Solly, Esq., Ballynaslaney House, Kyle, Co. Wex- 
ford. Left 1820-21. Assumed the additional name of Flood, 1820 ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; Barrister, 1828 ; Attorney- 
Gen, at Gibraltar ; of Ballynaslaney House ; J.P. Co. Wexford. DIED 
about 1888. 



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Thruston, Framingham, son of J. Thruston, Esq., Market Weston Hall, 
Suffolk. Left 1823-4. DIED May 3rd, 1858. 

Trollope, Henry (H.B.), son of T. A. Trollope, Esq., Harrow. Left 1820-21. 
Afterwards at Winchester ; Caius Coll. Camb. DIED at Bruges, 
Dec. 23rd, 1834. 

Trollope, Thomas Adolphus (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1820. After- 
wards at Winchester ; St. Alban Hall and Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 
1835 ; settled in Florence with his mother, 1843 ; well-known as a volu- 
minous and successful writer ; published his Reminiscences, 1887-9 ; 
Knight of St. Maurice and Lazarus. DIED Nov. llth, 1892. 

Waller, Thomas Wathen, son of Sir J. W. Waller, 1st Bart., G.C.H. Left 
1820-21. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; entered Diplomatic Service, 1826 ; 
Sec. of Legation, 1834 ; retired, 1858 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1853. DIED 
Jan. 29th, 1892. 

Williams, Samuel. Left 1820-21. 

Wright, Joseph Banks (Mr. W. Drury's), son of T. Wright, Esq., Upton Hall, 
Newark. Left 1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827; in Holy 
Orders, but held no cure of souls ; of Shelton Hall, Newark. DIED 
July 1881. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER 1819 MIDSUMMER 1820. 

Anderson, Duncan, son of W. Anderson, Esq., of Udoll, Cromarty. Left 

1823-4. East India Broker. DIED Dec. 25th, 1850. 
Askew, Henry William, son of the Rev. H. Askew, Greystoke Rectory, Penrith. 

Left 1825-6. Emmanuel Coll. Camb., B.A. 1832 ; of Conishead 

Priory, Ulverstone ; J.P. Cumberland, Lanes., and Argyll. DIED 1890. 
Barclay, Arthur Kett, son of C. Barclay, Esq., Bury Hill, Dorking. Left 

1821-2. Of Bury Hill ; Partner in Barclay, Perkins & Co., Brewers ; 

F.R.S. ; J.P. and D.L. Surrey. DIED Nov. 20th, 1869. 
Barclay, Robert, brother of the above. Monitor, 1824 ; Head of the School, 

1825; Cricket XI. 1825; left 1825. DIED April 6th, 1843. 
Beate. Left 1820-21. 
Beate. Left 1821-2. 
Beate. Left 1821-2. 
Biddulph, John, son of J. Biddulph, Esq., Ledbury, Herefordshire. Left 

1821-2. CJare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; of Hillside, Swansea ; J.P. 

and D.L. Glamorgan. DIED 1881. 

Bond, Edward, son of J. Bond, Esq. Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Camb. 
Browne, Arthur Arundel, son of Col. M. W. Browne, Calcutta. Left 1821-2. 

Joined 44th Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1841 ; subsequently in Holy 

Orders ; held a Curacy at Crewe. DIED June 12th, 1847. 

Browne, Henry Sabine, son of H. Browne, Esq., Portland Place, W. Left 
1822. 

Browne, Richard Clayton, son of Gen. R. Browne, Adlington Hall, Wigan. 
Left 1824. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1832 ; of Adling- 
ton Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Wexford ; J.P. Lanes. ; assumed the ad- 
ditional name of Clayton. DIED 1886. 

Buller, Charles, son of C. Buller, Esq., M.P., Richmond, Surrey. Left 182 1 2 . 
Edin. Univ. 1821-3 ; Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; Barrister, 1831 ; 
Q.C. 1846 ; M.P. W. Looe, 1830-31 ; Liskeard, 1832-48 ; Chief Sec. 
to Lord Durham when Governor-Gen, of Canada, 1838 ; Sec. to 
Board of Control in 1841 ; Judge Advocate-Gen. 1846-7 ; Chief 
Poor Law Commr. 1847 ; a man of wide and varied interests and 
attainments. DIED Nov. 29th, 1848. 



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Cargill, Jasper Farmer, son of J. Cargill, Esq., Haining, St. Thomas in the 
East, Jamaica. Left about 1820. Afterwards at Winchester ; 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1841 ; practised in Jamaica, where he 
owned sugar estates ; Chief Justice of British Honduras, 1852-6 ; 
Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court, Jamaica, 1856-71. DIED at 
Kingston, Jamaica, Nov. 27th, 1871. 

Carr, John, son of J. Carr, Esq., Hedgeley, Northumberland. Left 1823-4. 
Univ. Coll. Oxf. DIED Aug. 24th, 1856. 

Carr, Ralph, brother of the above. Left 1823-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Hebburn, 
Durham, and Hedgeley, Northumberland ; J.P. and D.L. Durham and 
Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1846) ; assumed the additional name 
of Ellison, 1871. DIED Feb. 4th, 1884. 

Cheamley, Anthony, son of A. Chearnley, Esq., Salterbridge, Cappoquin, Co. 
Waterford. Left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Oxf. DIED young, being acci- 
dentally shot. 

Clutterbuck. Monitor, 1826 ; left 1827 3 . 

Cole, William Willoughby, Viscount, son of John, 2nd Earl of Enniskillen. 
Left 1823-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., D.C.L. 1834 ; M.P. Fermanagh, 1831-40 ; 
succ. as 3rd Earl, 1840 ; F.R.S. ; F.R.G.S. ; Grand Master of the 
Orange Institution ; LL.D. Durham and Dublin. DIED Nov. 12th, 
1886. 

Cooke, George, son of G. Cooke, Esq., Hampstead. Left 1821-2. 

Cory ton, William, son of J. T. Coryton, Esq., Pentillie Castle, Cornwall. 
Left 1822. Of Pentillie Castle. DIED May 17th, 1836. 

Crawford. Left 1823-4. 

Crosse, John Dudley Oland, son of J. W. Crosse, Esq., Bridgwater. Left 
1822. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1826 ; M.A. 1830 ; Vicar of Pawlet, 
Somerset, 1827-75 ; Inspector of Schools, 1871-5. DIED July 12th, 
1875. 

Davidson, John, son of H. Davidson, Esq., of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall. 
Cricket XI. 1822-3; left 1823-4. Joined 2nd Life Guards, 1824; 
retired as Capt. ; lived for many years at Eastbourne. DIED 
April 28th, 1898. 

De Bruyn, P. Left 1823. 
De Bruyn. Left 1822. 

Deffell, John (The Grove), son of J. H. Deffell, Esq., 38, Upper Harley Street, 
W. Cricket XI. ; left 1823-4. Merchant in Calcutta. DIED 
June 3rd, 1861. 

Duckett, George Floyd (Mr. W. Drurtfs], son of Sir G. Duckett, 2nd Bart. 
Left 1824. Afterwards at Gymnasium of Saxe-Gotha and Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; joined 2nd Life Guards, 1832, and afterwards served in various 
regiments ; Major in the German Legion, 1855 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 
1856 ; compiled a Military Technological Dictionary in English, 
French, and German, 1848, for which he received gold medals from 
Austria, France, and Prussia, and a grant of 200 from the Royal 
Bounty Fund ; Officer of Public Instruction in France, 1888 ; author 
of various works ; J.P. and D.L. Middlesex ; Knight of the Order 
of Merit of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and 1st Class of the Saxe-Ernestine 
Order. DIED May 13th, 1902, when the Baronetcy became extinct. 

Duperier, W. H. Left 1821-2. In 18th Hussars. 

Eaton, Richard Jeafferson, son of R. Eaton, Esq., Newmarket. Monitor, 
1824 ; left 1824. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. in the Army ; Banker ; of 
Stetchworth Park, Newmarket ; M.P. Cambs., 1835-47 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Cambs. DIED July 27th, 1847. 



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Fitzherbert, Edward Herbert, son of the Rev. S. Fitzherbert, Buckshaw 
House, Dorset. Monitor, 1823 ; left 1824. Schol. of Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; 14th Wrangler and 6th Classic ; Bell Scholar, 1825 ; Member's 
Prizeman, 1827-8, the latter of these dissertations being adjudged a 
Prize of 30 guineas and printed at the expense of the University ; 
B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. ; first recorded Treasurer 
and one of the founders of First Trinity B.C. ; Barrister, 1833. DIED 
March 25th, 1853. 

Fladgate, William Mark, son of F. Fladgate, Esq. (O.H.), Essex Street, W.C. 
Left 1821-2. Solicitor, 1828 ; of 40, Craven Street, W.C. DIED 
Sept. 12th, 1888. 

Fuller, Owen John Augustus, son of A. E. Fuller, Esq., Rosehill, Hurst Green. 

Cricket XI. 1822 ; left 1822. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; of Bodorgan, 

Anglesea ; J.P. and D.L. Anglesea and Sussex ; assumed the additional 

name of Meyrick, 1825. DIED Feb. 12th, 1876. 
Gardner, John Arthur, son of J. Gardner, Esq., Hambleton, Rutland. Cricket 

XI. 1822 ; left 1822. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; Barrister, 1831. 

DIED March 31st, 1857. 
Garland, Lewes, son of P. Garland, Esq., Sandridge Park, near Chippenham. 

Cricket XI. 1823 ; left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827. DIED 

at Venice, Jan. 13th, 1844. 
Glegg, Baskervyle, son of Lieut.-Gen. B. Glegg, Backford Hall, Cheshire. 

Left 1823-4. Merton Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 12th Lancers ; of Irbie and 

Backford Hall, Cheshire. DIED Oct. 24th, 1843. 

Goodhart, George Wicke (Mrs. Leith's), son of E. Goodhart, Esq., Langley 
Park, Beckenham. Left 1821-2. DIED Oct. 2nd, 1825. 

Goodhart, Henry Emanuel (Mrs. Leith's), brother of the above. Left 1821-2. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830. DIED Feb. 1879. 

Gordon, Hon. Cecil James, son of George, 5th Earl of Aboyne, 9th Marquis of 
Huntly, 1836. Left 1820-21. Capt. 42nd Highlanders; assumed 
the additional name of Moore, 1850. DIED Jan. 15th, 1878. 

Hallifax, John Savile, son of T. Hallifax, Esq., Birchin Lane, E.C. Left 
1821-2. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830 ; Rector of Groton, 
Suffolk, 1837-72. DIED March 6th, 1872. 

Handley, Edwin Hill, son of T. Handley, Esq. Monitor, 1824 ; Cricket XI. 
1822-4 ; left 1824. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1833 ; C.U. 
Cricket XI. 1827 ; of Old Bracknell, Berks. DIED at Cadiz, May 2nd, 
1843. 

Hill, Clement Delves, son of Col. J. Hill, Hawkstone, Shrewsbury. Left 
1823-4. In R.H.G. DIED 1883. 

Holden, Edward Anthony, son of the Rev. C. Holden, Aston Hall, Derby. 
Cricket XI. 1824-5 ; left 1825. C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; 
of Aston Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes, and Derby (High Sheriff, 1838). 
DIED Aug. 28th, 1877. 

Holden, Robert, son of R. Holden, Esq., Nuttall Temple, Nottingham. Left 
about 1820. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; of Nuttall Temple ; J.P. and 
D.L. Notts. (High Sheriff, 1848) ; Col. Notts. Yeomanry and Chairman 
Quarter Sessions. DIED Nov. llth, 1872. 

Howard, Hon. Charles (The Head Master's), son of Kenneth, llth Baron 
Howard of Effingham, 1st Earl of Effingham, 1837. Left 1821-2. In 
the Coldstream Guards. DIED March 8th, 1882. 

Howard, Hon. Henry (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1823-4. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; M.P. Shaftesbury, 1841-5 ; succ. as 2nd 
Earl, 1845. DIED Feb. 5th, 1889. 



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Jackson. Left 1821-2. 

Johnson. Left 1821-2. 

Johnstone, W. Left 1821-2. 

Jones, Henry Richmond (Druries), son of the Rev. J. W. Jones, Chobham 
Place, Surrey. Left 1824. Joined 6th Dragoon Guards, 1825 ; 
Gen. 1877 ; commanded the Regt. in the Crimea (present at the battle 
of the Tchernaya and siege and fall of Sebastopol ; medal and clasp ; 
5th Cl. Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; served also in the Indian Mutiny 
(present at numerous engagements ; medal) ; Col. 6th Dragoon 
Guards ; C.B. DIED Oct. 3rd, 1880. 

Jones, Inigo William (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1821-2. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1836 ; Major llth Hussars ; of Kelston 
Park, Bath ; J.P. and D.L. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1868) ; Lieut.- 
Col. Somerset R.V. DIED Oct. 3rd, 1878. 

Lavicount, Frederick King. Left 1821-2. 

Lemann, Michael, son of Dr. F. Lemann, 4, Bentinck Street, W. Left 1821-2. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1829. 

Leslie, Henry Charles, son of C. A. Leslie, Esq., Ballibay, Co. Monaghan. 
Left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED Dec. 28th, 1832. 

Long, Frederick Beckford, son of E. B. Long, Esq., Hampton Lodge, Farnham. 
Left 1821-2. Emmanuel Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1838 ; Inspector- 
Gen, of Prisons in Ireland. DIED of small-pox, caught in visiting a 
gaol, July 21st, 1850. 

Lucas, C. R. Left 1820-21. 

Lyon, William, son of D. Lyon, Esq., Jamaica. Left 1821-2. Joined 8th 

Hussars ; exchanged to 86th Regt. and retired as Major, 1833 ; of 

Goring Hall, Sussex, and Balentore Castle, Forfar ; M.P. Seaford, 

1831-2 ; J.P. Surrey, Sussex, and Middlesex. DIED 1892. 
Mclntosh, J. J. Left 1825-6. 
Malcolm, John, son of N. Malcolm, of Poltalloch, Argyll. Monitor, 1823 ; 

left 1823-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; M.A. 1830 ; of Poltalloch ; 

J.P. and D.L. Kent and Argyll ; father of 1st Baron Malcolm of 

Poltalloch. DIED May 30th, 1893. 
Mangin, Alexander Reuben, son of Rear-Adm. R. C. Mangin, Dublin. Left 

1823-4. St. Alban Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1828; M.A. 1833; in Holy 

Orders in Ireland. DIED Nov. 27th, 1848. 
Manningham, Boyd Pollen, son of Major-Gen. C. Manningham, Col. 95th 

Regt. Left 1823-4. Joined Coldstream Guards, 1825 ; retired 1826. 

DIED Feb. 1831. 
Marsh, Herbert Charles, son of Dr. H. Marsh, Bishop of Peterborough. Left 

1822. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1833 ; Rector of 

Barnack, Northants., 1832-51 ; Prebendary of Hereford. DIED 

Sept. 4th, 1851. 
Martin, Richard, son of J. Martin, Esq., M.P., Overbury Court, Tewkesbury. 

Monitor, 1824 ; Cricket XI. 1822-4 ; left 1824. New Coll. Oxf., 

B.A. 1828. DIED June 5th, 1829. 
Martin. Left 1822. 
Medlycott, William Coles (Mr. M. Drurtfs), son of Sir W. C. Medlycott, 1st 

Bart. Left 1825. Trin. Coll. Oxf., D.C.L. 1844 ; succ. as 2nd Bart, 

1835 ; J.P. Dorset and Somerset (High Sheriff, 1839). DIED Dec. 23rd. 

1882. 
Meiklam, John, son of J. Meiklam, Esq., of Gladswood, Melrose. Left 1824. 

Joined 9th Lancers, 1827 ; for some time in Royal Scottish Archers ; 

of Gladswood ; J.P. Cos. Berwick and Fife. DIED May 20th, 1882. 



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Merriman, William Clark (Mr. W. Drury's), son of T. Merriman, Esq., Marl- 
borough, Wilts. Left 1820-21. Solicitor, 1827 ; practised at Marl- 
borough ; Clerk of the Peace and Registrar of County Court for Wilts. 
DIED March 23rd, 1877. 

Monckton, Hon. George Edward Arundell, son of William, 5th Viscount Galway. 
Left 1820-21. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1827 ; succ. as 5th Viscount, 1834 ; 
M.P. E. Retford, 1847-76 ; Lord-in- Waiting, in 1852. DIED Feb. 6th, 
1876. 

Money, William James Henry, son of W. Money, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., 9, Stanley 
Villas, Netting Hill, W. Left 1821-2. Haileybury Coll. 1825-6; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1827-53 ; Judge of Twenty-Four Parganas. DIED Dec. 6th, 

1875. 

Morland, Thomas Thornhill, son of B. Morland, Esq., Sheepstead House, 
Abingdon. Left 1820-21. Of Sheepstead House ; J.P. Berks. ; 
Master O.B.H. 1837-47. DIED 1848. 

Nayler, Richard George. Left 1821-2. 

Nicholson, William, son of C. A. Nicholson, Esq., Balrath Burry, Co. Meath. 
Left 1821-2. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1831 ; Rector of 
Welford, Berks., 1836-78. DIED Dec. 15th, 1878. 

Oldtteld, Frederick Sevan Rocke, son of C. Oldfield, Esq. Left 1823. Entered 
H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service, 1823 ; Capt. 1834. DIED in India, 
Aug. 23rd, 1834. 

Partridge, Henry Champion, son of H. S. Partridge, Esq., Hockham Hall, 
Norfolk. Cricket XI. 1824; left 1824. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1829 ; M.A. 1833 ; Barrister, 1833 ; J.P., D.L., and Chairman of 
Quarter Sessions, Norfolk. DIED Oct. 20th, 1850. 

Payne, William Ralph, son of G. Payne, Esq., Sulby Hall, Northants. Left 
1820-21. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1837. 

Pett, Alfred (Druries), son of Dr. Pett. Left 1821-2. M.D. ; Medical Prac- 
titioner ; of Avenue Road, N.W. DIED from the results of a cab 
accident, May 8th, 1886. 

Phillipps, E. B. Left 1820-21. 

Phipps, Hon. Edmund, son of Henry, 1st Earl of Mulgrave. Monitor, 1825 ; 
left 1825-6. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Barrister, 
1832 ; Recorder of Scarborough. DIED Oct. 28th, 1857. 

Popham, Edward William Leyborne-, son of Gen. E. W. Leyborne-Popham, 
Littlecote Hall, Hungerford. Monitor, 1824 ; left 1825. Oriel Coll. 
Oxf. ; of Littlecote. DIED Jan. 24th, 1881. 

Reid, David, son of A. Reid, Esq., Lyonsdown, Barnet. Left 1822. Hailey- 
bury Coll. 1822-5 ; Univ. Coll. Oxf. DIED . ; 

Richardson, Joseph John, son of Sir J. Richardson (O.H.), Justice of the 
Common Pleas. Monitor, 1823 ; Head of the School, 1824 ; left 
1824. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; Barrister, 1832. DIED March 24th, 
1842. 

Ricketts, St. Vincent William (Mr. M. Drury's), son of Admiral Sir R. T, 
Ricketts, 1st Bart. Left 1825. St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Col. 2nd 
Dragoons. DIED March 26th, 1866. 

Saumarez, John St. Vincent, son of Sir J. Saumarez, 1st Bart., G.C.B., Ish 
Baron de Saumarez, 1831. Left 1821-2. Joined Rifle Brigade, 1824 ; 
retired as Col. 1855 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1863. DIED Jan. 8th, 1891. 

Sheppard, D. Left 1820-21. 
Smith. Left 1823. 



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Sparkes, John, son of J. Sparkes, Esq., Bramley, Surrey. Left 1822. Trin. 
Coll. Oxf. ; of Gosden House, Guildford. DIED 1857. 

Stewart. Left 1821-2. 

Stretton, Henry, son of W. T. Stretton, Esq., Laurel Lodge, Twickenham. 
Left 1824. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Ramsgate. DIED at New Orleans, 
U.S.A., Sept. 1st, 1852. 

Surtees, William John, son of the Rev. Canon J. Surtees, Bristol. Left 1822. 
DIED June 16th, 1823. 

Timperon, Joseph, son of J. Timperon, Esq., New Barnes, St. Albans. Left 
1825. Trin. Coll. Oxf. 

Trench, Richard Chenevix (Mrs. Leith's), son of R. Trench, Esq., Bursledon, 
Hants. Monitor, 1824 ; left 1825 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1829 ; 
M.A. 1831 ; B.D. 1850; D.D. 1856; P.C. of Curdridge, Hants., 1835- 
41 ; Rector of Itchenstoke, Hants., 1844-6 ; Professor of Divinity 
and of Exegesis of the New Testament at King's Coll. London, 1846-58 ; 
Dean of Westminster, 1856-63 ; Archbishop of Dublin, 1864-84 
(during his episcopate the Irish Church was disestablished) ; well 
known for his poems and works on divinity and philology ; assumed 
the name of Chenevix-Trench, 1873. DIED March 28th, 1886. 

Trevelyan, Edward Spencer, son of Sir J. Trevelyan, 5th Bart., of Nettlecombe. 
Left 1823-4. Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; of Long Witton, Northumberland. 
DIED Aug. 23rd, 1854. 

Tufnell, John Jolliffe, son of J. J. Tufnell, Esq., Langleys, Chelmsford. Left 
1820-21. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; of Langleys ; J.P. and D.L. Essex (High 
Sheriff, 1870). DIED May 10th, 1894. 

Walker, William. Left 1820-21. 

Waller, Ernest Adolphus, son of Sir J. W. Waller, 1st Bart., G.C.H. Left 
1823-4. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; Curate of 
Bishop's Tatchbrook, Warwicks. DIED April 20th, 1845. 

Warner, Charles William, son of A. Warner, Chief Justice of Trinidad. Left 
1821-2. Also at Eton ; well-known West Indian Statesman ; Sol.- 
Gen. of Trinidad, 1840 ; Attorney-Gen. 1845-71 ; C.B. A laudatory 
account of him is given in Froude's "English in the West Indies." 
DIED in Trinidad, 1887. 

Welford, Richard Griffiths. Left 1820-21. Barrister, 1839 ; of 19, Old 
Square, Lincoln's Inn, and Goff's Oak House, Cheshunt. DIED 1864. 

White, Algernon Holt (The Grove), son of T. H. White, Esq., Clement's Hall, 
Hawkwell, Essex. Left 1824. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; 
of Clement's Hall ; J.P. Essex. DIED at Bagneres, Hautes Pyrenees, 
France, Aug. 18th, 1880. 

Wilson, George St. Vincent, son of Admiral G. Wilson, Redgrave Hall, Suffolk. 
Left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Redgrave Hall ; J.P. Suffolk 
(High Sheriff, 1841). DIED Dec. 6th, 1852. 

Wollaston, Alexander Luard, son of G. H. Wollaston, Esq., Clapham Common, 
S.W. Left 1820-21. Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., 26th Wrangler ; 
B.A. 1826 ; M.B. 1829 ; engaged throughout his life in scientific 
pursuits; F.R.S. DIED June llth, 1874. 

Wollaston, Frederick Luard, brother of the above. Left 1820-21. Trinity 
Hall, Camb., B.A. 1825 ; M.A. 1828 , Barrister, 1832 ; of Tremona, 
Shirley, Hants. DIED Aug. 19th, 1876. 

Wolley. Left 1821-2. 
Woodcock. Left 1821-2. 



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ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1820 MIDSUMMER 1821. 

Acheson, Archibald, Viscount (The Grove], son of Archibald, 2nd Earl of 
Gosford. Left 1823-4. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; M.P. Armagh Co. 
1830-47; created Baron Acheson (U.K.), 1847; succ. as 3rd Earl, 
1849 ; K.P. DIED June 15th, 1864. 

Agar, Peter, son of G. Agar. Esq., Bishop's Stortford, Essex. Left 1825-6. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. 

Agar, Samuel David. Left 1824. Entered H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service, 
1825; Capt. 

Atkinson, Francis Baring, son of G. Atkinson, Esq., Morland Hall, Penrith. 
Left 1822. In 73rd Regt. ; of Morland Hall ; J.P. Cumberland and 
Westmorland ; D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff, 1853). DIED 
Nov. 25th, 1864. 

Blake, Muirson Trower, son of Major W. Blake, 13th Bengal N.I. Left 1824. 
H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service ; employed as Surveying Officer with 
Major Pemberton's Mission to Thibet in 1836, which was not allowed 
to enter the country ; subsequently Col. Gwalior Contingent. KILLED, 
while endeavouring to prevent his regiment from mutinying, June 14th, 
1857. 

Bonham, Edward Walter, son of H. Bonham, Esq., M.P., Titness Park, 
Berks. Left 1823-4. Consul-Gen, at Naples and Tabreez, Persia; 
C.B. DIED March 15th, 1886. 

Botfleld, Beriah, son of B. Botfield, Esq., Ditton, Salop. Left 1824. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1847 ; M.P. Ludlow, 1840-47 and 1857-63 ; 
of Norton Hall, Northants. ; D.L. Northants. (High Sheriff, 1831) ; 
author of "A Tour in Scotland, 1829," " Stemmata Botevilliana," 
" Notes on the Cathedral Libraries of England," and of various other 
works of much antiquarian research ; Member of most of the learned 
Societies in Europe ; F.R.S. ; Founder of the Botfield Medal for 
Foreign Languages. DIED Aug. 7th, 1863. 

Bowles, George Cranley (Mr. W. Drury's), son of H. Bowles, Esq., Send Grove, 
Surrey. Left 1822. Joined 7th Fusiliers ; retired as Capt. 1837 ; 
subsequently in Holy Orders ; P.C. of Whittington, Lanes., and 
Rector of East Thorpe, Essex. DIED Jan. 1878. 

Brand, Hon. Thomas Crosbie William, son of Henry, 21st Baron Dacre. 
Cricket XL 1825 ; left 1825-6. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Herts., 1847-52 ; 
succ. as 22nd Baron Dacre, 1853 ; Lord-Lieut, of Essex ; assumed 
the name of Trevor, 1851. DIED Feb. 26th, 1890. 

Brett. Left 1821-2. 

Brooke, Francis Capper, son of the Rev. C. Brooke, Ufford Place, Woodbridge. 
Monitor, 1826 ; Head of the School, 1828 ; Cricket XL 1827-8 ; left 
1828. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; Capt. Grenadier Guards ; of Ufford 
Place. DIED Jan. 13th, 1886. 

Brooke, Henry Vaughan, son of H. Brooke, Esq., Brooke House, Co. Donegal. 
Left 1821-2. Joined 32nd Regt., which he commanded during the 
Punjab campaigns, 1842 and 1848 (medal and 4 clasps) ; Col. in the 
Army ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; C.B. DIED Sept. 15th, 1858. 

Browne, William Robert, son of W. Browne, Esq., London. Left 1825. 
Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1834. 

Campbell, Alexander (H.B.), son of A. Campbell, Esq., of Lochnell, Bonaw, 
N.B. Left 1826. H.E.I.C.S. DIED at Alexandria, Aug. 25th, 1862. 

Campbell, Wellington, brother of the above. Left 1827. H.E.I.C.S. 
DROWNED in India. 



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Cole, Hon. Henry Arthur, son of John, 2nd Earl of Enniskillen. Left 1825-6. 
Joined 6th Dragoons, 1828 ; Capt. 1835 ; half pay, 1841-68 ; Capt. 
12th Regt. and Col. in the Army, 1868 ; M.P. Enniskillen, 1844-51; 
Fermanagh, 1855-80 ; J.P. Fermanagh (High Sheriff, 1854). DIED 
July 2nd, 1890. 

Collinson, Charles John Russell (The Head Master's), son of C. S. Collinson, 
Esq., The Chantry, Ipswich. Left 1825-6. Capt. 18th Regt. ; served 
in the China War, 1842. KILLED at Chin-kiang Foo, his medal being 
sent to his family. 

Collinson, William Clinton Peter ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. 
Left 1827. Joined 37th Bengal Infantry, 1828 ; served in Afghan 
War, 1839-40 (mentioned in despatches). KILLED at Pushoor, 
Jan. 30th, 1840. 

Cooper, Alfred (H.B.), son of the Hon. G. Cooper, Madras. Left 1828. 
Cooper, J. H. (H.B.). Left 1827. 

Croke, Wentworth, son of Sir A. Croke, Studley Priory, Wheatley, Oxon. 
Left 1824. In 56th Regt. DIED at Orbe, Switzerland, Sept. 12th, 
1837. 

Crooke, John Parry, son of J. Crooke, Esq. (O.H.), Kempshott Hall, Basing- 
stoke. Left 1823-4. Of Vicar's Hill, Lymington, and Kempshott 
Hall. DIED Aug. 24th, 1843. 

Dering, Sir Edward Cholmeley, Bart., son of E. Dering, Esq., Surrenden- 
Dering, Ashford, Kent. Succ. as 8th Bart. 1811 ; Cricket XI. 1824 ; 
left 1824. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Woxford borough, 1830-31 ; Romney, 
1831-2 ; E. Kent, 1852-7 and 1863-8 ; J.P. and D.L. Kent ; Lieut.- 
Col. Kent Yeomanry. DIED April 1st, 1896. 

Douglas, Thomas Willan, son of J. K. Douglas, Esq., Twyford Abbey, Middle- 
sex. Left 1823-4. In 12th Lancers ; of Twyford Abbey ; assumed 
the additional name of Willan. DIED 1886. 

Egerton. Left 1821-2. 

Elliot, Thomas Frederick, son of the Rt. Hon. H. Elliot, Gov. of Madras. 
Left 1825. Chief of the Emigration Dept. 1837-47 ; Assist. Under-Sec, 
for the Colonies, 1847-68 ; K.C.M.G., 1869. DIED Feb. 12th, 1880. 

Eyre. Left 1823-4. 

Fraser, Keith, son of Sir W. Fraser, 1st Bart. Left 1822. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
Capt. 6th Dragoons. DIED May 28th, 1826. 

Free, John, son of P. Free, Esq., Portland Place, W. Left 1823-4. Page 
of Honour to George IV. ; joined 10th Bengal Cav. 1825 ; Lieut.-Col. ; 
served at the capture of Bhurtpore, 1826, and in the Gwalior War 
of 1843 (present at the battle of Maharajpore ; 2 medals). DIED in 
command of his regiment at Ferozepore, May 1st, 1856. 

Gallwey, William Payne-, son of Sir W. Payne-Gallwey, 1st Bart. Left 1822. 
Joined 88th Regt. ; transferred to 7th Fusiliers ; retired as Major ; 
succ. as 3rd Bart. 1831 ; M.P. Thirsk, 1851-81. DIED Dec. 19th, 1881. 

Gomez, Philip, son of the Hon. A. Gomez, Trinidad. Left 1829 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; Registrar of Trinidad, where he resided. DIED at 
Port of Spain July 23rd, 1866. 

Gonne, Thomas George, son of W. Gonne, Esq., Stanstead, Herts. Left 
1825-6. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831. DIED at Tenby many years 
ago. 

Highatt. Left 1821-2. 



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Holford, Robert Stayner (The Head Master's), son of G. P. Holford, Esq., 
Weston Birt, Tetbury, Glos. Monitor, 1825 ; left 1825 2 . Oriel Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; of Weston Birt ; M.P. E. Glos. 1854-72 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Glos. (High Sheriff, 1843) ; J.P. Wilts. ; F.R.S. DIED Feb. 22nd, 
1892. 

Holland, Henry Lancelot, son of Col. L. Holland (O.H.), Langley Farm, 
Beckenham. At Charterhouse for a short time in 1821. Left 1824 3 . 
Partner in Richards & Co., Linen Manufacturers, London ; Governor 
of the Bank of England, 1866. DIED Jan. 24th, 1893. 

Hotchkin, Donatus Lucius, son of T. Hotchkin, Esq., South Luffenham Hall, 
Stamford. Left 1823-4. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1833. DIED 
1838. 

Hotchkin, Henry, twin brother of the above. Left 1823-4. DIED 1824. 

Jocelyn, Hon. John, son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Roden. Left 1824. Exeter 
Coll. Oxf.; Capt. 7th Hussars; of Bryansford, Co. Down; J.P. 
Down. DIED July 22nd, 1869. 

Keane, Hugh Payne, son of H. P. Keane, Esq. (O.H.), 23, New Street, Spring 
Gardens, S.W. Monitor, 1825 ; Head of the School, 1826 ; left 1826 1 . 
Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; Student, of Lincoln's Inn. 

Keane, Lionel Richard, brother of the above. Left 1824 3 . Capt. H.E.I.Co.'s 
Military Service. DIED at Ferozepore, Dec. 13th, 1850. 

Kelly, Alexander Daniel (H.B.), son of S. Kelly, Esq., Calcutta, India. Left 
1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1832. 

Kenyon, Hon. Edward (Mr. Evans'), son of George, 2nd Baron Kenyon. 
Monitor, 1827 ; Cricket XI. 1827 ; left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1831 ; Clerk at Nisi Prius until the abolition of that office ; of Maesfen, 
Whitchurch ; J.P. and D.L. Cheshire ; J.P. Salop ; Capt. Cheshire 
Yeomanry. DIED Oct. 21st, 1894. 

Locke, John, son of W. Locke, Esq., M.P., Rowde Ford, Wilts. Left 1824. 

Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; H.E.I.Co.'s Military 

Service ; of Cricklade House, Wilts. ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. DIED 1886. 
Maclean, Thomas, son of Col. A. Maclean, of Ardgour, Argyllshire. Left 

1822 3 . Entered Madras Military Service, 1825 ; A.A.G. to Forces 

at Hyderabad. DIED in India, May 5th, 1840. 
Marston, John, son of N. Marston, Esq., Receiver-Gen, of Jamaica. Left 

1824. Surgeon ; of 6, Devonshire Street, Portland Place, and 26, 

Gloucester Gardens ; Surgeon to the Surrey Yeomanry. DIED at 

Dieppe, Sept. 20th, 1878. 
Mathew, George Benvenuto, son of G. Mathew, Esq. Left 1824. Capt. 

Coldstream Guards ; M.P. Athlone, 1836-7 ; Shaftesbury, 1837-41 ; 

Gov. of the Bahamas, 1844-8 ; Consul-Gen, for Central America, 

1861-5 ; at Colombo, 1865-6 ; Min. to the Argentine Republic, 1866-7 ; 

to Brazil, 1867-79 ; assumed the name of Buckley-Mathew, 1866 ; 

C.B. ; K.C.M.G. DIED Oct. 22nd, 1879. 
Maxwell, William, son of Sir W. Maxwell, 5th Bart., of Monreith. Left 

1821-2. Joined 14th Hussars ; retired as Capt. 1844 ; succ. as 6th 

Bart. 1838 ; J.P. and D.L. Wigtown. DIED March 29th, 1877. 
Montagu, Hon. Spencer Dudley, son of Matthew, 4th Baron Rokeby. Left 

1825-6. In the Irish Office, London. DIED March 31st, 1882. 

Philipps, John Henry, son of O. Philipps, Esq., Williamstown, Haverfordwest. 
Monitor, 1824 ; left 1825. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1832 ; 
M.P. Haverfordwest, 1852-68 ; Pembrokeshire, 1868-76 ; assumed 
the name of Scourfield, 1862 ; created a Bart. 1876 ; J.P. and D.L. 
Pembroke (High Sheriff, 1833) ; Lord-Lieut, of Haverfordwest. DIED 
June 3rd, 1876. 



96 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1820 3 -21 2 

Philpot, John (Druries), son of J. Philpot, Esq., Southampton Street, W.C. 
Left 1823-4. Solicitor, 1830 ; of 28, Southampton Buildings, Chancery 
Lane. DIED Dec. 1878. 

Phipps, Hon. Augustus Frederick (Mr. W. Drury's and Mr. Evans'), son of 
Henry, 1st Earl of Mulgrave. Left 1827 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1831 ; Rector of Halesworth, Suffolk, 1834-9 ; of Boxford, Suffolk, 
1839-50 ; of Euston, Suffolk, 1850-82 ; Hon. Canon of Ely ; Chaplain 
in Ordinary to Queen Victoria ; J.P. Suffolk. DIED Jan. 27th, 1896. 

Ramsay, George, Lord, son of George, 9th Earl of Dalhousie. Left 1824. 
Capt. 26th Regt. DIED during the lifetime of his father, Oct. 25th, 
1832. 

Ravenhill, Edward Hamer (Mr. M. Drury's), son of J. Ravenhill, Esq., Clap- 
ham Common, S.W. Left 1823. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830; 
M.A. 1833 ; Vicar of Lyminster, Sussex, 1836-52 ; Rural Dean. 
DIED May 17th, 1852. 

Ravenhill, Henry (Mr. M. Drury's), brother of the above. Left 1821. Partner 
in Howard, Ravenhill & Co., Marine Engineers ; of Clapham Common. 
DIED Nov. 23rd, 1893. 

Reid, Robert, son of A. Reid, Esq., Lyonsdown, Barnet. Left 1826. Of 
Wellesbourne, Warwicks. DIED Aug. 17th, 1859. 

Rhodes, Francis William, son of T. Rhodes, Esq., Tottenham Wood, Middlesex. 
Left 1825-6. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1834 ; Vicar of 
Bishop's Stortford, 1849-76 ; father of the Rt. Hon. Cecil Rhodes. 
DIED 1876. 

St. John, Hon. Charles Robert, son of George, 3rd Viscount Bolingbroke. 
Left 1823. Of Muddiford, Hants. DIED Jan. 21st, 1844. 

Sargeaunt. Left 1821-2. 

Shakespear, Arthur William, son of A. Shakespear, Esq., M.P. Left 1821-2. 
DIED 1863. 

Shawe. Left 1821-2. 

Sheppard, Walter Cope, son of T. Sheppard, Esq., Folkington Place, Sussex. 
Left 1821-2. Capt. 6th Dragoons. DIED Nov. 23rd, 1861. 

Smith. Left 1821-2. 

Stuart, Charles (The Grove), son of Capt. J. Stuart, R.N. Left 1823 2 . Joined 
Grenadier Guards, 1326 ; retired as Gen. 1880 ; Military Sec. to 
Governor-Gen, of India ; Col. 46th Regt. (Duke of Cornwall's L.I.) ; 
of Hubborne Lodge, Christchurch ; M.P. Bute, 1832-3 ; J.P. Hants. ; 
D.L. Bute. DIED Sept. 7th, 1892. 

Waddington, John, son of J. H. Waddington, Esq., Langrish House, Peters- 
field. Left 1823-4. Capt. 6th Dragoons ; of Langrish House ; J.P. 
Hants. DIED 1880. 

Whyte, John James, son of J. Whyte, Esq., Pilton House, Barnstaple. Left 
1821-2. Joined 7th Hussars, 1824 ; transferred to 1st Dragoon 
Guards ; retired as Col. ; served in the Canadian Rebellion, 1838 ; 
of Newtown Manor, Sligo ; J.P. and D.L. Leitrim (High Sheriff, 1854) ; 
J.P. Co. Sligo. DIED 1889. 

Whyte, James Richard, brother of the above. Monitor, 1824 ; left 1825. 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; Rector of Wynestead, Yorks., 1852-72. 
DIED Dec. 20th, 1872. 

Williams. Left 1823. 



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Wordsworth, Charles (Mrs. Leith's), son of Dr. C. Wordsworth, Master of 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Monitor, 1824 ; Cricket XI. 1822-5 ; Capt. 1824-5 ; 
Football XI. 1824 ; winner of Champion Racket ; left 1825 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., Univ. Prize for Latin Verse, 1827; 1st Class Classics; B.A. 
1830 ; M.A. 1832 ; D.C.L. 1853 ; D.D. Edin. 1884 ; Student of Ch. 
Ch. ; played in first Inter- University Cricket Match, 1827 (and in 
1829), and rowed in first Inter-University Boat Race, 1829 ; Second 
Master of Winchester, 1835-45; First Warden of Trin. Coll. Glerial- 
mond, 1846-54 ; Bishop of St. Andrews, 1852-92 ; author of the 
well-known " Greek Grammar " arid numerous other works. DIED 
Dec. 5th, 1892. ( 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1821. 

Butler, Weeden (Druries), son of the Rev. W. Butler, 6, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. 
Monitor, 1824 ; left 1826. Trin. Coll. Camb., Senior Optime and 
3rd Class Classical Tripos ; B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1833 ; Vicar of Wick- 
ham Market, Suffolk, 1842-65. DIED Nov. 21st, 1865. 

Cooper, George Lewis (H.B.), son of the Hon. G. Cooper, Madras. Left 

1823 1 . In R.N. 

n.T.r.V .br.'Ul.A 
Dalmeny, Archibald, Lord, son of Archibald, 4th Earl of Rosebery. Left 

1825 :} . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Stirling Dist. 1835-47 ; Lord of the 

Admiralty, 1835-41. DIED in the lifetime of his father, Jan. 23rd; 

1851. 

Dyson, Baldwin Sealy. Left 1824. Of Liverpool. 

Gambier, Samuel James (The Grove), son of S. Gambier, Esq., Offley Place^ 
Hitchin. Monitor, 1825 ; Cricket XI. 1825 ; left 1825 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1834 ; Chaplain at Caen, 1832 ; at Leg- 
horn. 1839 ; resigned owing to ill health, 1845. DIED at Leghorn, 
Jan. 12th, 1878. 

Lloyd, Charles, son of Major C. Lloyd, 112, Gloucester Place, W. Left 1824. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; Rector of Hampden, Bucks., 1841-59 ; of 
Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks., 1859-83 ; Hon. Canon of Ch. Ch. ; Organising 
Sec. S.P.G. ; J.P. Bucks. DIED April 29th, 1883. 

Martineau, Arthur, son of J. Martineau, Esq., Lambeth. Monitor, 1824 ; 
Head of the School, 1825 ; left 1825-6. Trin. Coll. Camb., 3rd Classic ; 
B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1832 ; Vicar of Whitkirk, Yorks., 1838-64 ; of St. 
Mildred's, Bread Street, E.C., 1864-73 ; Prebendary of St. Paul's 
and Chaplain to Archbishop of Canterbury. DIED 1873. 

Oakley, Richard Ravenhill. Left 1823-4. 

Skinner, Russell Morland (The Head Master's), son of S. Skinner, Esq.. 
Shirley Park, Surrey. Left 1827. Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1825 ; M.A. 1828 ; Judge, Bengal C.S. DIED Feb. 5th, 1884. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1821 CHRISTMAS 1822. 

Acland, Thomas Dyke, son of Sir T. D. Acland (O.H.), 10th Bart. Monitor, 
1825 ; Head of the School, 1826 ; left 1826 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class 
Classics and Mathematics ; B.A. and Fellow of All Souls, 1831-; 
M.A. 1835; D.C.L. 1858; M.P. W. Somerset, 1837-47; N. Devon, 
1865-85 ; Somerset (Wellington), 1885-6 ; Second Church Estates 
Commr., 1869-74; succ. as llth Bart. 1871 ; P.C. DIED May 29th, 
1898. 

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Agar, Thomas James, son of the Hon. C. B. Agar, Lanhydrock, Bodmin. 
Assumed the additional name of Robartes, 1822 ; left 1824. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; of Lanhydrock ; M.P. E. Cornwall, 1847-68 ; created 
Baron Robartes, 1869 ; Deputy-Warden of the Stannaries. DIED 
March 9th, 1882. 

Allix, Charles Hammond, son of C. Allix, Esq. (O.K.), Willoughby Hall, 
Grantham. Left 1825-6. Capt. Grenadier Guards. DIED 1830. 

Anderson, Hugh, son of W. Anderson, Esq., of Udoll, Cromarty. Left 1826. 
East India Broker. DIED March 27th, 1884. 

Anderson, Robert Milligan (The Grove), brother of the above. Monitor, 

1829 ; Cricket XI. 1828 ; left 1829 3 . Queen's Coll. Oxf. ; played 

for Gentlemen v. Players ; of Highwood, Eltham. DIED July 24th, 
1891. 

Annesley, J. 0. Left 1825. 

Arthur, Lucius, son of T. Arthur, Esq., Glanomera, Co. Clare. Left 1825-6. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836 ; M.A. 1839 ; Curate of Birmingham 
and Leeds ; subsequently lived at Matlock ; succ. to the Glanomera 
estates, 1883. DIED Jan. 4th, 1887. 

Ashford, William Ker, son of W. Ashford, Esq. Left 1824. Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1828. 

Back, Thomas, son of T. Back, Esq., Hethersett Hall, Norfolk. Left 1825. 
No profession. DIED April 26th, 1886. 

Barclay, Charles, son of C. Barclay, Esq., Bury Hill, Dorking. DIED 
Nov. 28th, 1823. 

Baynes, Donald Christopher, son of Sir C. Baynes, 1st Bart. Left 1823-4. 
In 62nd Regt. ; Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1844 ; Curate of 
Thruxton, Hants., and of Andover. DIED Jan. 18th, 1884. 

Beckford, George, son of H. W. Beckford, Esq., 3rd Baron Rivers, 1828. 
Left 1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; assumed the name of Pitt-Rivers, 1828 ; 
succ. as 4th Baron, 1831 ; Lord-in-Waiting, 1841-6, 1853-8, and 
1859-66 ; Practical Agriculturist ; Pres. of the Bath and West of 
England Society. DIED April 28th, 1866. 

Bernard. Left 1823-4. 

Bevan, Robert Cooper Lee, son of D. Bevan, Esq., Fosbury, Hungerford. 
Left 1825-6. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Banker ; of Fosbury ; J.P. Middlesex. 
DIED July 22nd, 1890. 

Blackwood, Arthur Johnstone, son of Admiral Sir H. Blackwood, 1st Bart. 
Left 1824. Clerk in the Colonial Office ; Gentleman Usher to Queen 
Victoria. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1874. 

Bo wen, James, son of J. Bowen, Esq., Llwyngwair, Haverfordwest. Left 
1823-4. Of Troedyraur, Cardiganshire ; J.P. and D.L. Cardigan 
(High Sheriff, 1848), Pembroke, and Carmarthen. DIED Oct. 26th, 
1872. 

Boyle, Richard, Viscount, son of Henry, 3rd Earl of Shannon. Monitor, 
1825 ; left 1825-6. M.P. Co. Cork, 1830-32 ; succ. as 4th Earl, 1842. 
DIED Aug. 1st, 1868. 

Brookes, R. Left 1822. 

Bulkeley, Thomas, son of J. Bulkeley, Esq., Linden Hill, Twyford. Left 
1825-6. Capt. 1st Life Guards; of Clewer Lodge, Windsor; J.P. 
Berks. DIED May 6th, 1882. 

Clarke, Giles, son of T. Clarke, Esq., Ades, Chailey, Lewes. Left 1825-6. 
No profession ; assumed the name of Earle-Clarke. DIED 1874. 



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dementi, Vincent, son of M. dementi, Esq., called "The Father of the 
Pianoforte." Left 1824. Trin. Coll. Carnb., B.A. 1838 ; Curate 
of Thatcham, Berks. ; for many years resident at Peterborough, 
Canada. DIED in Canada, Oct. 16th, 1899. 

Clements, Hon. Charles Skeffington, son of Nathaniel, 2nd Earl of Leitrim. 
Left 1825-6. Capt. 85th Regt. ; A.D.C. to Lord Gosford in Canada ; 
of Killadon, Co. Kildare ; M.P. Leitrim, 1847-52 ; Assistant Poor 
Law Commr. in Ireland. DIED Sept. 29th, 1877. 

Cookson, William, son of Major-Gen. Cookson, Stockwell, S.E. Left 1823. 
Haileybury Coll. 1825-6. 

Coventry, Hon. George William, son of George, 8th Earl of Coventry. Left 
1825-6. In 2nd Life Guards; Viscount Deerhurst, 1831. DIED 
during the lifetime of his father, Nov. 1838. 

Crooke. Left 1823-4. 

Cunningham, Charles Thornton (H.B.), son of the Rev. J. W. Cunningham, 
Harrow. Monitor, 1827 ; Lyon Scholar, 1829 ; Cricket XI. 1828 ; 
left 1829 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1833 ; Lieut.-Gov. of St. Christopher, 
1839-47. DIED at St. Christopher, Jan. 4th, 1847. 

Davidson, William, son of H. Davidson, Esq., of Tulloch Castle, Dingwall. 
Cricket XI. 1824-5; left 1825-6. West India Merchant. DIED 
May llth, 1894. 

Davis, H. S. Left 1825-6. Capt. 52nd Regt. 

Dawkins, Clinton George Augustus, son of H. Dawkins, Esq., M.P., Over 
Norton, Chipping Norton. Left 1825. Consul-Gen, for the Lombardo- 
Venetian States ; Private Sec. to Lord Aberdeen. DIED Oct. 13th, 
1871. 

Deflell, John Henry (The Grove), son of J. H. Deffell, Esq., 38, Upper Harley 
Street, W. Cricket XI. 1824-5 ; left 1825 3 . West India Merchant, 
and Director of various companies. DIED Feb. 6th, 1879. 

Digby, Edward St. Vincent ( The Grove), son of Admiral Sir H. Digby, G.C.B. 
Left 1824. In 9th Lancers ; succ. as 9th Baron Digby, 1856 ; Lieut.- 
Col. Dorset Yeomanry. DIED Oct. 16th, 1889. 

Douglas, Archibald, son of C. Douglas, Esq., of Mains, Dumbartonshire. 
Left 1825-6. Of Mains and of Blythswood, Renfrewshire ; J.P. and 
D.L. Renfrew ; assumed the name of Campbell, 1838 ; father of the 
1st Baron Blythswood. DIED July llth, 1868. 

Drury, Byron (H.B.), son of the Rev. H. J. T. Drury, Harrow. Left 1827. 
Entered R.N. 1830 ; Vice-Adm. 1879 ; served at the siege of Paria, 
Brazil, 1835, and at the capture of Chusan, 1841 (medal) ; Capt. of 
the Pandora during the New Zealand Survey, receiving the thanks 
of the Government. DIED Nov. 6th, 1888. 

Drury, Benjamin Heath (H.B.), brother of the above. Entered Easter 1822 
at the age of 4 ; Monitor, 1835 ; Sayer Scholar, 1835 ; left 1836 2 . Caius 
Coll. Camb., Junior Optime and 9th Classic ; B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1843 ; 
Fellow of Caius, 1842-64 ; Senior Fellow and Tutor, 1864 ; Assistant 
Master at Harrow, 1840-63 ; in Holy Orders ; resided for many years 
at Torquay. DIED Sept. 10th, 1902. 

Dyke, H. W. Left 1825-6. 

Fairlie, James Ogilvy, son of W, Fairlie, Esq., of Coodham, Ayrshire. Left 
1823-4. St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Capt. 2nd Life Guards ; of Cood- 
ham ; J.P. and D.L. Ayr. DIED Dec. 5th, 1870. 

Fillingham, George (Mr. Leith's), son of G. Fillingham, Esq., Syerston Hall, 
Newark. Left 1826. Of Syerston Hall ; J.P. Notts. DIED Oct. 21st, 
1856. 



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Forsteen, Henry Gordon. Left 1823-4. 

Gatty, William, son of R. Gatty, Esq., London. Monitor, 1827 ; left 1827. 

Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1834 ; of Dean House, Beds. DIED 

Sept. 1891. 
Gibsone, John Charles Hope, son of Major-Gen. D. A. Gibsone, of Pentland, 

Midlothian. Left 1823-4. Joined 7th Dragoon Guards, 1830 ; Gen. 

1862 ; served throughout the Kaffir War, 1846-7 (led cavalry charge 

at Gwanga ; mentioned in despatches) ; Col. 8th Hussars, 1868-75 ; 

17th Lancers, 1875-80 ; of Pentland ; J.P. and D.L. Midlothian. 

DIED July 18th, 1884. 

Giles, William Galley, son of G. Giles, Esq., Dray ton Beauchamp, Bucks. 
Left 1825. Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; P.C. of Ashford, Derby- 
shire, 1840-50 ; Vicar of Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, 1850-54. DIED 
Dec. 27th, 1854. 

Graham, William Frederick Vernon-, son of Major-Gen. H. C. E. Vernon- 
Graham, Hilton Park, Wolverhampton. Left 1823-4. Joined 68th 
Regt. 1829 ; retired as Capt. 1838 ; of Harefield Park, Uxbridge ; 
D.L. Middlesex ; assumed the name of Vernon, 1838 ; author of 
Memoirs of the Vernon Family. DIED Sept. 1889. 

Hamilton, Richard ( H.B.), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury Grove, Harrow. 
Left 1826. Gen. Madras Army ; served in the Burmese War, 1852, 
and in the Indian Mutiny as Assistant Quartermaster-Gen, to Gen. 
Whitlock's force ; subsequently commanded the forces in Burma ; 
C.B. DIED 1872. 

Harenc, Henry Benjamin, son of B. Harenc, Esq., of Foots Cray, Kent. 
Monitor, 1826 ; Cricket XI. 1826 ; left 1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1832 ; Excise Commr. in Ireland. DIED about 1878. 

Hawkins, Henry Montonnier. Left 1824. Of Tredunnock, Monmouthshire.; 
J.P. Monmouthshire. DIED 1871. 

Hele, Charles Septimus, son of the Rev. R. H. S. Hele, Grays, Essex. Left 
1824. Of Upper Clapton. DIED Dec. 24th, 1840. 

Hele, Henry Selby, brother of the above. Left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. and 
Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1833 ; Vicar of Grays, Essex, 
1837-56. DIED in the Isle of Man, Nov. 6th, 1859. 

Hill, Augustus. Left 1826. 

Hodgson, Robert. Left 1825-6. 

Holland, Edward (The Grove), son of Col. L. Holland (O.K.), Langley Farm, 
Beckenham. Left 1826. Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844; 
Rector of Camerton, Somerset, 1851-90. DIED Oct. 10th, 1890. 

Hope, Richard Mellor. Monitor, 1826; left 1826. Trin. Hall, Camb., 
LL.B. 1833 ; Incumbent of Newborough, Derbyshire, 1860-68. DIED 
about 1870. 

Houstoun, Hugh Andrew. Left 1824. 

Ives, Ferdinand, son of J. Ives, Esq., Colton, Norfolk. Left 1823-4. Joined 
15th Hussars ; retired as Capt. 1837 ; of Colton ; J.P. and D.L. 
Norfolk. DIED about 1880. 

James, Thomas, son of W. James, Esq., Otterburn Tower, Northumberland. 
Left 1825. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Banker ; of Otterburn ; J.P. and D.L. 
Northumberland. DIED June 14th, 1883. 

Jones, William Bence (The Grove), son of Lieut.-Col. W. Jones, Lisselan, 
Cork. Left 1830 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834; M.A. 1836; Bar- 
rister, 1837 ; of Lisselan ; J.P. Co. Cork ; well-known as an Irish 
Agriculturist ; assumed the name of Bence- Jones. DIED June 22nd, 

1882. 



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Lewis, William Henry, son of T. Lewis, Esq., Llwyn-y-grawys, Pembrokeshire, 
Monitor, 1826 ; Cricket XI. 1825-6 ; left 1826. Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; 
O.U. Cricket XI. 1827 ; of Clynfiew, Co. Pembroke ; J.P. and D.L. 
Pembroke ; J.P. Cos. Cardigan and Carmarthen (High Sheriff, 1847). 
DIED Oct. 10th, 1889. 

Linskill, William, son of W. Linskill, Esq., Tynemouth Lodge, Northumber- 
land. Left 1825. Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards ; of Tynemouth 
Lodge ; J.P. and D.L. Northumberland. DIED March 17th, 1901. 

Lowe, Henry Porter. Left 1824. Trin. Hall. Camb., B.A. 1833 ; of Bingham, 
Notts. 

MeClintock, George Frederick, son of R. McClintock, Esq. Left 1825-6. 
H.E.I.C.S. 1827-48. DIED Oct. llth, 1848. 

Manning, Henry Edward (Mr. Evans'), son of W. Manning, Esq., M.P., Coombe 
Bank, Sundridge. Cricket XL 1825-6 ; Capt. 1826 ; left 1826 3 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1833 ; Fellow 
of Merton Coll. 1832-3 ; Rector of Lavington, Sussex, 1833-50 ; Arch- 
deacon of Chichester, 1840-50 ; joined R.C. Church, 1851 ; Archbishop 
of Westminster, 1865 ; Cardinal, 1875. DIED Jan. 14th, 1892. 

Maxwell, Michael Heron-, son of Sir J. S. Heron-Maxwell, 4th Bart. Left 
1825-6. Capt. 87th Regt. ; subsequently in Holy Orders ; Vicar of 
Frampton, Dorset, 1843-9 ; of Heddon on the Wall, Northumberland, 
1849-73 ; of Heron, Kirkcudbright ; assumed the name of Maxwell- 
Heron, 1860 ; J.P. Kirkcudbright. DIED April 4th, 1873. 

Marivaie, Reginald (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, Esq., 15, Woburn Place, 
W.C. Cricket XI. 1827 ; left 1827. In Registrar's Office, Chancery 
Lane. DIED May 1st, 1841 

Meynell, John, son of G. Meynell, Esq., Meynell Langley, Dei by. Left 1826. 
Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; of Tufton Grove, Langley Park ; 
J.P. Co. Derby. KILLED in a railway collision at Clay Cross, May 19th, 
1851. 

Mogg, Henry Hodges (The Grove), son of the Rev. H. H. Mogg, Chewton 
Mendip, Somerset. Left 1826. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 
1833 ; Vicar of Littleton, Somerset, 1844-55 ; of Newbridge Hill, 
near Bath. DIED March llth, 1894. 

Moore, John, son of Major Moore, Grenadier Guards. Left 1823-4. 

Mott, John Thomas, son of J. T. Mott, Esq., Barningham Hall, Aylsham. 
Left 1824. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; of Barningham Hall ; Poor 
Law Commr. ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1861). DIED 
April 9th, 1884. 

Munn, John Read, son of H. Munn, Esq., Beckley, Sussex. Left 1823-4. 
Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830; Vicar of Ashburnham and Rector 
of Penshurst, Sussex, 1840-78 ; presented the Archer's Costume to 
the Vaughan Library. DIED Dec. 9th, 1878. 

Nelson, Edward. Left 1823-4. 

Neville. Left 1823-4. 

O'Brien, Stafford Augustus (Mr. W. Drury's), son of S. O'Brien, Esq. (O.H.), 
Blatherwycke Park, Wansford. Left 1826. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1832; M.P. N. Northants. 1841-7 ; assumed the additional name of 
Stafford to distinguish himself from the Irish agitator, who was also 
an old Harrovian, 1848 ; Sec. to the Admiralty, 1852 ; went out to 
Scutari for the relief of the sick and wounded, 1854. DIED Nov. 15th, 
1857. 

Odell, Edward, son of J. Odell, Esq., Carriglea, Dungarvan. Left 1826. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; M.A. 1834 ; of Carriglea ; J.P. Co. Waterford ; 
travelled much in the East. DIED Oct. 7th, 1869. 



102 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [182P-22 3 

Offley, William, son of W. Offley, Esq., Tunbridge Wells. Monitor, 1827 ; 
left 1827. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; of Tunbridge Wells. DIED 
March 2nd, 1852. 

Oxenden, Ashton, son of Sir H. Oxenden, 7th Bart. Monitor, 1826 ; Head 
of the School, 1826; left 1826. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 
1859 ; D.D. 1869 ; Rector of Pluckley, Kent, 1848-69 ; Metropolitan 
Bishop of Montreal, 1869-78 ; Vicar of St. Stephen's, Canterbury, 
1879-84 ; author of numerous theological works. DIED at Biarritz, 
Feb. 22nd, 1892. 

Paget, Frederick, son of the Hon. B. Paget, M.P., Hampton Court Palace. 
Left 1823. Col. Coldstream Guards ; M.P. Beaumaris, 1832-47. 
DIED Jan. 4th, 1866. 

Parker. Left 1822. 

Pix, Thomas Symth, son of T. Pix, Esq., Rye. Cricket XI. 1824 ; left 1824. 
In 4th Dragoon Guards ; Banker at Rye ; of Woodside, Peasmarsh ; 
J.P. Sussex. DIED Jan. 12th, 1900. 

Radclifle, Charles Delme-, son of E. H. Delme-Radcliffe, Esq., Hitchin Priory, 
Herts. Left about 1823. Magd. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 : M.A. 1832 ; 
Rector of Holwell, Beds., 1830-65. DIED July 14th, 1865. 

Radclyffe, William Frederick, son of R. Radclyffe, Esq., Hyde, Wareham. 
Left 1823-4. Queen's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1829 ; M.A. 1837 ; Rector of 
Tarrant, Dorset, 1852-80. DIED June 8th, 1880. 

Rawdon, George Augustus Francis, Earl of, son of Francis, 1st Marquis of 
Hastings (O.K.). Left 1823-4. Succ. as 2nd Marquis, 1826 ; Lord 
of the Bedchamber, 1830-37 ; Bearer of the Golden Spurs at the 
Coronation of William IV. DIED Jan. 13th, 1844. 

Robinson, Hon. Frederick Weddell, son of Thomas, 3rd Baron Grantham, 
2nd Earl De Grey, 1833. Left 1825-6. Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED Feb. 6th, 
1831. 

St. John, St. Andrew Beauchamp, Lord, son of St. Andrew, 13th Baron St. 
John. Succ. as 14th Baron, 1817 ; left 1828. Trin. Coll. Camb. 
DIED June 27th, 1874. 

Say, Thomas Henry (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. H. Say, Swaffham, Norfolk. 
Left 1824. Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831 ; in Holy Orders. DIED 
Aug. 18th, 1837. 

Shedden, William Lindesay (Druries), son of Col. J. Shedden, Delawarr House, 
Lymington. Left 1826. In 17th Lancers ; of Delawarr House ; 
J.P. Hants. DIED Nov. 18th, 1884. 

Shewell, Frederick George, son of E. Shewell, Esq., Stockwell. Left 1823-4. 
Joined 8th Hussars, which regiment he commanded as Col. in the 
Balaclava charge ; Brig.-Gen. in the Crimea ; C.B. DIED Oct. 1st, 
1856. 

Shewell, Horace Pitt, brother of the above. Cricket XL 1823; left 1823-4. 
St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830 ; in Holy Orders. DIED Oct. 30th, 
1832. 

Stapleton, Hon. Francis Jarvis, son of Thomas, 22nd Baron Le Despencer. 
Left 1823-4. Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1831 ; Rector of Mereworth, 
Kent, 1827-74 ; Vicar of Tudeley, Kent, 1832-74 ; succ. as 7th Bart. 
1831, his niece succeeding to the Barony. DIED Feb. llth, 1874. 

Storr, Francis, son of P. Storr, Esq., London. Left 1823-4. Queen's Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836; Rector of Otley, Suffolk, 1836-46; 
Vicar of Acton, Cheshire, 1846-54 ; of Brenchley, Kent, 1854-88. 
DIED Feb. 22nd, 1888. 



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Thurles, John, Lord, son of James, 19th Earl of Ormonde, 1st Marquis of 
Ormonde, 1825. Earl of Ossory, 1825 ; Monitor, 1826 ; left 1826. 
M.P. Kilkenny Co. 1830-32 ; succ. as 2nd Marquis, 1838 ; Lord-in- 
Waiting, 1841-52 and 1853-4; K.P. ; author of "An Autumn in 
Sicily," etc. ; Archaeologist and Philanthropist. DIED while bathing, 
Sept. 25th, 1854. 

Tudway, Robert Charles, son of J. P. Tudway, Esq., The Cedars, Wells, 
Somerset. Left 1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of The Cedars ; M.P. Wells, 
1852-5 ; J.P. Somerset (High Sheriff, 1842). DIED Oct. 20th, 1855. 

Warner, Francis Henry Lee-, son of the Rev. D. H. Lee-Warner, Walsingham 
Abbey, Norfolk. Monitor, 1827 ; left 1828. Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1833. DIED 1842. 

Welbank. Left 1824. 

Whyte, James Richard, son of M. Whyte, Esq., Dawlish, Devon. Left 1824. 
Trin. Coll. and Downing Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1824 ; landed proprietor 
near Hull ; took Holy Orders late in life, and was a Chaplain in Spain ; 
assumed the name of Moyser- Whyte. DIED in India, Dec. 1872. 

Wilson, Forester, son of T. Wilson, Esq., Hampstead. Left 1823-4. Exeter 
Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; of Stonely Hall, St. Neots, 
and Hambledon, Hants. DIED Jan. 12th, 1878. 



ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1823. 

Atkinson, William, son of G. Atkinson, Esq., Morland Hall, Penrith. Left 
1825-6. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; of Belford Hall, Northumber- 
land ; Rector of Gateshead Fell, Durham, 1838-70 ; Hon. Canon of 
Durham, 1854 ; assumed the additional name of Clark, 1870. DIED 
Dec. 30th, 1880. 

Bosville, Godfrey William Wentworth Macdonald-, son of Gen. the Hon. G. 
Macdonald-Bosville (O.K.), 3rd Baron Macdonald, 1824. Left 1823-4. 
in R.H.G. ; succ. as 4th Baron Macdonald, 1832. DIED July 25th, 
1863. 

Bosville, James William Macdonald-, brother of the above. Assumed the 
name of Macdonald, 1824 ; left 1825-6. Joined Life Guards, 1829 ; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1854 ; Gen. 1881 ; served in the Crimea (present 
at the Alma, Balaclava, Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; medal 
with 4 clasps and Turkish medal) ; Equerry and Private Sec. to the 
Duke of Cambridge, Commander-in-Chief, 1856-82 ; Col. 21st Hussars ; 
C.B. ; K.L.H. ; 5th Class Medjidie. DIED Jan. 4th, 1882. 

Caldwell, Charles Benjamin (Mrs. Leith's), son of C. A. Caldweli, Esq. (O.H.), 
New Grange, Co. Meath. Cricket XL 1825-6; left 1826 3 . Joined 
8th Regt. 1826 ; transferred to 91st Highlanders, 1829 ; retired as 
Capt. 1842 ; of New Grange. DIED Jan. 16th, 1896. 

Childe, Charles Orlando (The Grove), son of W. L. Childe, Esq. (O.K.), Kinlet 
Hall, Bewdley. Left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1835; of Kinlet 
Hall and Millichope Park, Salop, to which he succeeded in 1848, 
and assumed the additional name of Pemberton ; J.P. and D.L. 
Salop (High Sheriff, 1859). DIED May 1st, 1883. 

Childe, Jonathan (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1827. Capt. 12th 
Lancers. DIED April 1st, 1862. 

Childe, William Lacon (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1827. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; of Kinlet Hall ; J.P. Salop. DIED Oct. 1881. 



104 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1823 1 

Edwards, Samuel Valentine, son of S. Edwards, Esq., London. Left 1825-6. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; Rector of Caldecote and Vicar of Newnham, 
Herts., 1836-53 ; of The Manor House, Hargrave, Hunts. DIED 
about 1890. 

Houblon, Thomas Archer-, son of J. Archer-Houblon, Esq., M.P., Hallingbury 
Place, Bishop's Stortford. Left 1825-6. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1830 ; 
M.A. 1834 ; Rector of Pensemore, Berks., 1837-74. DIED Dec. 21st, 
1874. 

Irby, William Drake (Mr. W. Drurtfs and Mr. Evans'), son of the Hon. George 
Irby, 3rd Baron Boston, 1825. Left 1826. Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 
1st Dragoon Guards. DIED Oct. 18th, 1839. 

James, Howell. Left 1823-4. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 
1834; Rector of Lytchett Matravers, Dorset, 1841-50. DIED 
Nov. 26th, 1850. 

Lake, Henry Atwell (Mrs. Leith's), son of Sir J. S. W. Lake, 4th Bart. Left 
1824. Joined 93rd Regt. 1826 ; subsequently in Madras Engineers ; 
transferred to Royal Army as Lieut.-Col. 1856 ; retired as Col. ; 
commanded the Engineers at the siege of Kars, 1854-5, where he 
greatly distinguished himself, and an account of which he published ; 
Chief Commr. of Dublin Police, 1858-77 ; K.C.B. ; Col. 93rd Regt. ; 
Officer of Legion of Honour ; 2nd Class Medjidie and Major-Gen. 
Turkish Army ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria. DIED Aug. 19th, 1881. 

La louche, Cornwallis, son of P. La Touche, Esq., M.P., Bellevue, Co. Wick- 
low. Left 1825 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1827 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1828 ; Magis- 
trate and Collector of Ghazipur. DIED in India, April 7th, 1837. 

La Touche, Peter, brother of the above. Left 1825 1 . Of Bellevue. DIED 
1856. 

La Touche, William Robert, brother of the above. Left 1825-6. Exeter 
Coll. Oxf. and Trin. Coll. Dublin ; Banker in Dublin ; of Bellevue ; 
J.P. and D.L. Leitrim (High Sheriff, 1858) ; J.P. Wicklow (High 
Sheriff, 1860). DIED Jan. 17th, 1892. 

Pulteney, Richard Thomas Pulteney (Druries), son of J. Pulteney, Esq., 
Northerwood, Lyndhurst. Left 1826. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1833 ; 
Rector of Ashley, Northants., 1853-74. DIED June 22nd, 1874. 

Reynard, Edward Homer, son of H. Reynard, Esq., Sunderlandwick, Driffield. 
Left 1824. Lincoln Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; of Sunderlandwick ; 
Capt. Yorkshire Yeomanry ; J.P. and D.L. E. Riding Yorks. DIED 
Jan. 23rd, 1883. 

Richardson, Anthony, son of Sir J. Richardson (O.H.), Justice of the Common 
Pleas. Left 1824. DIED Sept. 5th, 1829. 

Stanley, William Hans Sloane-, son of W. Sloane-Stanley, Esq., Paultons, 
Romsey, Left 1827. Of Paultons ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High 
Sheriff, 1867). DIED 1879. 

Tooke, Arthur William, son of W. Tooke, Esq., 12, Russell Square, W.C. 
Left 1823, owing to ill health ; St. Alban Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 
1834 ; Solicitor, 1836 ; of 39, Bedford Row, and Pinner Hill, Middle- 
sex. DIED 1871. 

Upcher, Henry Ramey (H.B.), son of A. Upcher, Esq., Sheringham Hall, 
Cromer. Cricket XI. 1828 ; left 1828 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1832 ; M.A. 1835 ; of Sheringham Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk. DIED 
March 30th, 1892. 

Yates, John. Left 1825-6. In the Army. 



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ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1823. 

Abercorn, James, Marquis of (Mr. W. Drury's), son of John, 1st Marquis of 
Abercorn. Succ. as 2nd Marquis, 1818 ; Monitor, 1826 ; left 1827. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Groom of the Stole to Prince Albert, 1846-59 ; Viceroy 
of Ireland, 1866-8 and 1874-6 ; created Duke of Abercorn, 1868 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Donegal ; Lieut.-Gen. of Royal Company of Aichers ; 
Chancellor of Royal Univ. of Ireland ; Gov. of Harrow School ; K.G. 
DIED Oct. 31st, 1885. 

Archer, Clement Robert (The Head Master's), son of Col. C. Archer, 16th 
Light Dragoons. Left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined 4th Dragoon 
Guards, 1830 ; retired as Capt. 1846 ; of Hill House, Hampton. 
DIED at Arcachon, May 12th, 1882. 

Baillle, John, son of G. Baillie, Esq., of Jerviswoode, N.B. Left 1825. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1852 ; raised to the rank of an Earl's 
son, 1859 ; Rector of Elsdon, Northumberland, 1854-76 ; Canon 
Res. of York, 1854 ; Incumbent of Cupar, Fife, 1879. DIED Aug. 7th, 
1888. 

Bonar, Ernest Augustus, son of T. Bonar, Esq., Camden Place, Chislehurst. 

Left 1826. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; for several years in the Austrian Army; 

A.D.C. to Marshal Radetzky ; married the daughter of a. Moravian 

nobleman ; received the Cross of the Sovereign Hospitalier Order. 

DIED at Goritz, Austria, Dec. 9th, 1882. 
Bonham, Henry Frederick, son of H. Bonham, Esq., M.P., Titness Park, Berks. 

Left 1823-4. Joined 10th Hussars, 1829 ; Col. 1854 ; of Carlton Hall, 

Saxmundham. DIED Feb. 16th, 1856. 
Brookes. Left 1824. 
Cholmeley, James Harrison, son of Sir M. Cholmeley, 1st Bart. Left 1825-6. 

Major 8th Hussars ; of Avening Lodge, Stroud. DIED Sept. 2nd, 

1854. 
Codrington, Henry John, son of Admiral Sir E. Codrington, G.C.B. Left 

1823. Entered R.N. 1823 ; Admiral, 1867 ; served at Navarino, 

1827 (severely wounded), at the destruction of St. Jean D'Acre, 1840, 

and in the Baltic during the Crimean War ; Superintendent of Malta 

Dockyard, 1858-63 ; Commander-in-Chief at Devonport, 1869 ; 

K.C.B. ; Knight of the Legion of Honour, the Redeemer of Greece, 

and the Order of St. Vladimir of Russia. DIED Aug. 4th, 1877. 
Cooper, E. (H.B.). Left 1827. 
Curtis, Frederick. Left 1826. DIED in India. 
Dancer, George, son of F. Dancer, Esq., Wealdstone House, Harrow. Left 

1823-4. Major Madras Artillery. DIED at Kamptee, India, June 17th, 

1857. 

Dyer, Henry Sumner, son of S. Dyer, Esq., India. Left 1824. Worcester 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1833 ; M.B. 1834 ; M.D. 1838 ; F.R.C.P. 
1839 ; of Sennowe, Guist, Norfolk. DIED Jan. 28th, 1880. 

Goad, William Parker, son of S. T. Goad, Esq., Calcutta. Left 1823-4. 
Haileybury Coll. 1827-8 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1829 ; Deputy-Collector for 
investigating claims to hold land free of revenue in Maimansinh and 
Dacca. DIED in India, March 1845. 

Goad, brother of the above. Left 1823-4. 

Grimston, James Walter, Viscount, son of James, 1st Earl of Verulam. Moni- 
tor, 1827 ; Cricket XI. 1825-7 ; Capt. 1827 ; left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1830 ; M.P. St. Albans, 1830-31 ; Newport, Cornwall, 1831-2 ; 
Herts., 1832-45 ; succ. as 2nd Earl, 1845 ; Lord-in-Waiting in 1852 
and 1858-9 ; Lord-Lieut, of Herts. ; Gov. of Harrow School. DIED 
July 27th, 1895. 



106 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1823 2 

Holdich, William Hungerford, son of the Rev. T. Holdich, Maidwell Rec- 
tory, Northants. Left 1825-6. Solicitor at Sleaford, Lines. DIED 
Jan. 30th, 1880. 

Jodrell, Foster Bower, son of F. Jodrell, Esq., Yeardsley, Cheshire. Monitor, 

1826 ; Head of the School, 1827 ; Lyon Scholar, 1828 ; Cricket XI. 

1827 ; left 1828. Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED at Oxford, Nov. 6th, 1830. 

Lanphier, William Henry. Left 1824. Served for some time under the 
Foreign Office. Vicar of Long Compton, Warwicks., 1861-75. DIED 
June 6th, 1875. 

Martyn, Charles Cecil, son of C. F. Martyn, Esq., Calcutta. Left 1826. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1865; M.P. Southampton, 1841-2; well- 
known as a supporter of the Turf. DIED Sept. 3rd, 1866. 

Metcalfe, Thomas. Left 1825-6. 
Moore. Left 1825-6. 

Parkinson, James Benners, son of J. Parkinson, Esq. Left 1826. Capt. 6th 
Regt. ; of Cholesbury, Tring ; J.P. Bucks. DIED Dec. 24th, 1889. 

Parry, Frederick John Sidney, son of W. Parry, Esq., 16, Montagu Square, W. 
Left 1824. Joined 17th Lancers, 1831; retired 1835; Major King's 
Own L.I. Militia ; was for many years a Director of the Namur and 
Liege Railway, for his services in connection with which he was 
decorated by the King of the Belgians. DIED Feb. 1st, 1885. 

Popham, Francis Leyborne- (Druries), son of Gen. E. W. Leyborne-Popham, 
Littlecote Hall, Hungerford. Monitor, 1826 ; Lyon Scholar, 1827 ; 
Cricket XL 1825-7; left 1827. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831; M.A. 
and Fellow of All Souls, 1834 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1829 ; Barrister, 
1837 ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. DIED 1880. 

Ryley, J. S. G. Left 1825-6. H.E.I.C.S. 

Stretton, Frederick, son of W. T. Stretton, Esq., Laurel Lodge, Twickenham. 
Left 1825-6. Univ. Coll. Oxf. and Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED about 
1835. 

Style, Horace, son of T. Style, Esq., Thames Ditton. Left 1826. Private 
Schoolmaster at Thames Ditton ; afterwards a Mate in a Merchant 
Ship. LOST at sea. 

Surtees, Henry George, son of the Rev. Canon J. Surtees, Bristol. Left 1826. 
Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; Banker at Newcastle ; of Winsdale, 
Durham ; J.P. Durham (High Sheriff, 1862). DIED July 25th, 1870. 

Toogood, Jonathan James ( The Head Master's), son of J. Toogood, Esq., M.D., 
Bridgwater. Monitor, 1826 ; left 1826. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1830 ; M.A. 1834 ; Oxf. Univ. VIII. 1829 ; Vicar of North Petherton, 
Somerset, 1835-50 ; Rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn, 1850-57 ; of 
Kirkby Overblow, Yorks., 1858-92 ; Prebendary of Wells ; Rural 
Dean. DIED Aug. llth, 1892. 

Trollope, Anthony (H.B.), son of T. A. Trollope, Esq., Harrow. For three 
terms " lag " of the School ; left 1824 and went to Winchester, but 
re-entered Harrow in Jan. 1831; Monitor, 1834; left 1834 1 . The 
celebrated Novelist ; in the G.P.O. 1834-66, and is said to have in- 
vented the postal pillar-box. DIED Dec. 6th, 1882. 

Trotter, John, son of J. Trotter, Esq., Dyrham Park, Barnet. Left 1824. 
Capt. 2nd Life Guards ; of Dyrham Park ; J.P. Herts., Middlesex, 
Westminster, and St. Albans. DIED 1870. 

Usborne. Left 1826. 

Ward, Thomas William (The Grove), son of Dr. W. Ward, Bishop of Sodor 
and Man. Left 1827 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED April 21st, 1829. 



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ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1823 MIDSUMMER 1824. 

Acland, Arthur Henry Dyke, son of Sir T. D. Acland (O.H.), 10th Bart. Left 
1825. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1836 ; succ. to property at 
Huntsham, Bampton, Devon, and assumed the name of Troyte, 
1852; author of " Liturgia Domestica," "Daily Steps towards 
Heaven," "The Hours," etc. DIED June 19th, 1857. 

Adair, Robert Alexander Shafto, son of Sir R. S. Adair (O.K.), 1st Bart. 
Monitor, 1828 ; left 1828 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Cambridge, 
1847-52 and 1854-7 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1869 ; created Baron Waveney, 
1873 ; Lord-Lieut, of Antrim. DIED Feb. 5th, 1886, when the Peerage 
became extinct. 

Angerstein, Frederick. Left 1827. In 1st Life Guards. 

Angerstein, William (The Grove), son of J. Angerstein, Esq., M.P., Weeting 
Hall, Brandon. Left 1828 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Weeting Hall ; M.P. 
Greenwich, 1859-66 ; J.P. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1872), Suffolk, and 
Kent ; D.L. Kent. DIED May 31st, 1897. 

Anstey, George Richard, son of G. Anstey, Esq., 3, Upper Montague Street, 
Russell Square, W.C. Left 1825-6. St. Alban Hall, Oxf. and Trin. 
Coll. Camb. 

Armstrong, G. T. Left 1826. In the Colonial Office. 

Atkins, John, son of J. Atkins, Esq., St. Augustine's, Bristol. Monitor, 
1826; left 1827. Oriel Coll. Oxf. DIED 1828. 

Bayly, Edward Symes, son of the Rev. H. L. Bayly, Ballyarthur, Co. Wicklow. 
Left 1824. Capt. 34th Regt. ; of Ballyarthur ; J.P. and D.L. Wicklow 
(High Sheriff, 1837) ; Lieut.-Col. Wicklow R.V. DIED Nov. 26th, 
1884. 

Beach, William Hicks Hicks-, son of M. B. Hicks-Beach, Esq., Wasing, 
Berks. Left 1828. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832. DIED Aug. 7th, 1844. 

Beresford, George de la Poer William Henry, son of Sir J. P. Beresford, 
1st Bart. Left 1826. Entered the Army ; Major, 1852 ; succ. as 
fl 2nd Bart. 1844 ; largely concerned in mining transactions. DIED 
Feb. llth, 1873. 

Berger, Capel Borrow, son of J. Berger, Esq., The Five Houses, Lower Clapton. 
Left 1826. Of Sion House, Lower Clapton. DIED Jan. 12th, 1882. 

Bevan, Richard Lee (Druries), son of D. Bevan, Esq., Fosbury, Hungerford. 
Left 1825-6. For some time a Banker ; of Brixworth Hall, Northamp- 
ton ; J.P. Northants. ; well-known as a sportsman ; " Father " of 
the Pytchley Hunt. DIED Feb. 12th, 1900. 

Broad wood, Henry Fowler, son of J. T. Broadwood, Esq., Lyne, near Horsham. 
Left 1826. St. John's Coll. Oxf. and Trin. Coll. Camb. ; entered his 
father's piano factory ; constructed first grand piano with frame 
entirely of iron, 1846 ; head of John Broadwood & Sons ; of Lyne. 
DIED July 8th, 1893. 

Clarke, Henry Bridges, son of T. T. Clarke, Esq., Swakeleys, Uxbridge. Left 
1825-6. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED March 15th, 1886. 

Cowley, John Christian, son of S. N. Cowley, Esq., 23, Russell Square, W.C. 
Left 1826. Of Heathfield, Addington. DIED April 16th, 1888. 

Cranstoun, James Edward, Baron, son of James, 9th Baron Cranstoun. Succ. 
as 10th Baron, 1818 ; left 1824. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. Devon. DIED 
June 18th, 1869. 

Daniell, Matthew Raikes (Druries), son of J. Daniell, Esq., Carshalton Park, 
Surrey. Left 1824. In 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry ; of Foley Lodge, 
Newbury. DIED Jan. 19th, 1891. 



108 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1823 3 -24 2 

Digby, Kenelm Henry (The Grove), son of Admiral Sir H. Digby, G.C.B. 
Left 1828. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1858 ; Rector of Tittleshall, 
Norfolk, 1855-91 ; Hon. Canon of Norwich ; raised to the rank of a 
Baron's son, 1859. DIED April 4th, 1891. 

Douglas, John, son of J. K. Douglas, Esq., Twyford Abbey, Middlesex. 
Left 1827. Capt. Bengal Army ; of Twyford Abbey ; assumed the 
additional name of Willan. DIED 1888. 

Dyce, John Neil, son of Lieut.-Gen. A. Dyce, of Rosebank, Co. Aberdeen. 
Left 1825. Joined Madras Cavalry, 1825 ; retired, 1832 ; Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1843 ; Advocate, 1840 ; Sheriff Sub- 
stitute of Lanarkshire, 1849 ; of Castlebank, Lanarkshire. DIED 
Nov. 19th, 1880. 

Ellice, Alexander, son of W. Ellice, Esq., Montrose, N.B. Left 1826. Scholar 
of Caius Coll. Camb., Senior Wrangler and 1st Smith's Prizeman ; 
B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1837 ; Fellow of Caius Coll. 1835 ; Barrister, 1839. 
DIED April 21st, 1840. 

Falconar, H. F. Left 1826. 

Fladgate, John Alexander, son of F. Fladgate, Esq. (O.H.), Essex Street, 
W.C. Left 1827. Wine Merchant at Oporto ; created Baron de 
Roeda and Knight Commander of the Order of Christ (Portugal), 
1872. DIED Oct. 2nd, 1901. 

Fuller, George Arthur, son of R. Fuller, Esq., The Rookery, Dorking. Left 
1826. Of The Rookery. DIED July 27th, 1892. 

Griffith. Left 1825-6. 

Grimston, Hon. Edward Harbottle, son of James, 1st Earl of Verulam. Cricket 
XL 1827-8 ; left 1829. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1838 ; O.U. 
Cricket XL 1836 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1834-42 ; M.P. St. Albans, 
1835-41 ; Rector of Pebmarsh, Essex, 1845-81 ; of Great Henney, 
Essex, 1845-81 ; J.P. Herts, and St. Albans. DIED May 4th, 1881. 

Hadow, Patrick Douglas, son of P. Hadow, Esq., 43, Harley Street, W. 
Monitor, 1828 ; left 1828. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1834 ; 
Barrister, 1837 ; for many years Chairman P.& O.S.N.Co. DIED 
Sept. 5th, 1876. 

Hamilton, George (H. B.), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury Grove, Harrow. 
Left 1826. Chief Commissioner of Police, Adelaide, S. Australia. 
DIED at Adelaide, 1884. 

Harenc, Charles Joseph, son of B. Harenc, Esq., Foots Cray, Kent. Monitor, 
1828 ; Cricket XL 1826-8 ; Capt. 1828 ; left 1828. Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1833 ; Barrister, 1837 ; considered the best gentleman bowler 
of his day. DIED Dec. 14th, 1877. 

Herbert, Hon. Sidney (Mrs. Leith's), son of George, llth Earl of Pembroke 
and Montgomery. Left 1827. Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.P. 
S. Wilts. 1832-61 ; Sec. to the Board of Control, 1834-5 ; Sec. to 
the Admiralty, 1841-5 ; Sec. for War, 1845-6 and 1852-5 ; Sec. for the 
Colonies, 1855 (retiring in consequence of the appointment of the 
Sebastopol Committee) ; Sec. for W^ar, 1859-61 ; created Lord Herbert 
of Lea, 1861. DIED Aug. 2nd, 1861. His statue was erected in 
front of the old War Office in Pall Mall. 

Hill, Waldron Stephens, son of W. Hill, Esq., Broome House, Stourbridge. 
Left 1823-4. Devoted himself principally to sport ; master and 
owner of a famous pack of otter hounds and Deputy M.F.H. of Had- 
dingtonshire. DIED June 1882. 



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Jackson, George Vaughan, son of G. Jackson, Esq., Carramore, Ballina, Co. 
Mayo. Left 1825-6. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833; 
of Carramore ; Assistant Poor Law Commr. ; J.P. and D.L. Mayo ; 
Col. N. Mayo Militia. DIED Jan. 30th, 1849. 

Knox. Left 1825. 

Lack, Richard William (Druries], son of T. Lack, Esq., Weymouth Street, W. 
Left 1826. Senior Clerk at the Board of Trade; retired 1867; of 
Tudor House, Hampton Wick. DIED Nov. 26th, 1875. 

Lambert, William Felix, son of C. Lambert, Esq., 1, Fitzroy Square, W.C. 
DIED of typhus fever at Harrow, Nov. 21st, 1825. There is a tomb- 
stone to him in Harrow Churchyard. 

Lautour, William Francis Joseph, son of J. A. Lautour, Esq., Hexton House, 
Ampthill. Left 1827. Capt. Grenadier Guards ; of Hexton House ; 
assumed name of Young, 1870. DIED Nov. llth, 1899. 

Lowndes, Thomas William Selby- (Mr. Mills'], son of W. Selby-Lowndes, Esq., 
M.P., Whaddon Hall, Bucks. Monitor, 1828 ; left 1828. Capt. 8th 
Hussars. DIED 1884. 

Mardenbrough, Christopher, son of C. Mardenbrough, Esq., St. Christopher, 
W. Indies. Cricket XI. 1827 ; left 1827. Crown Commissioner and 
Police Magistrate in the Bahamas ; retired 1864. DIED March 6th, 
1871. 

Metcalfe. Left 1826. 

Ossulston, Charles, Lord (Mrs. Leith's), son of Charles, 5th Earl of Tanker- 
ville. Left 1825-6. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.P. N. Northumber- 
land, 1832-59 ; called up to the House of Lords in his father's Barony 
of Ossulston, May 1859 ; succeeded as 6th Earl, 1859 ; Capt. of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms, 1866-7 ; Lord Steward, 1867-8. DIED Dec. 18th, 
1899. 

Oxnam, Nutcombe (Mr. W. Drury's), son of the Rev. W. Oxnam, Cornwood 
Vicarage, Devon. Monitor, 1827 ; Lyon Scholar, 1827 ; Cricket XI. 
1827-8 ; left 1828. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; 
B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1839 ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. 1834 ; Vicar of Mod- 
bury, Devon, 1834-59 ; assumed the name of Oxenham. DIED 
Sept. 13th, 1859. 

Paget, Catesby (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Hon. B. Paget, M.P., Hampton 
Court Palace. Cricket XI. 1827 ; left 1827. Capt. 7th Regt. DIED 
July 16th, 1878. 

Paget, Stewart Henry, son of the Hon. Sir A. Paget, G.C.B r . Left 1826. 

Police Magistrate at Gibraltar. DIED Aug. 4th, 1869. 
Patterson, William Talbot Nugent, son of R. Patterson, Esq., Lifford, Co. 

Donegal. Left 1825-6. Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Student of Inner Temple, 

1835. 

Pringle, Alexander Gordon (H.B.), son of J. Pringle, Esq., Agent to H.E.I.C.S. 

Cape of Good Hope. Left 1828. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED Feb. 9th, 

1831. 
Pringle, Mark (H.B.), brother of the above. Cricket XI. 1828; left 1828. 

Of Oakendean Place, Horsham. DIED about 1850. 
Sansom, Charles (Druries), son of H. Sansom, Esq., 47, Bryanston Square, W. 

Left 1826. Of Leytonstone, Essex ; lived many years in Paris. 

DIED 1878. Reminiscences of him were published by his daughter, 

Countess Puliga, 1900. 
Scott, George Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Scott, Esq., London. Left 

1827 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832; M.A. 1858; Rector of Rhos 

Crowther, Wales, 1850-87. DIED Aug. llth, 1887. 



110 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1823 3 -24 3 

Seymour, Francis Hugh George (Mrs. Leith's), son of Admiral Sir G. F. Sey- 
mour (O.K.), G.C.B. Left 1827. Joined Scots Guards, 1827 ; retired 
as Gen. 1881 ; Groom of the Robes, 1833-70 ; State Steward of 
Ireland, 1843-6 ; Equerry to Prince Albert, 1846-58, and to Queen 
Victoria, 1858-70 ; succ. as 5th Marquis of Hertford, 1870 ; Lord 
Chamberlain, 1874-9 ; G.C.B. ; Deputy Ranger of Windsor Park. 
DIED from injuries received by a fall from his horse, Jan. 25th, 1884. 
Smith, Drummond, son of C. Smith, Esq., M.P., Suttons, Essex. Left 1827. 

B.C.L. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED at Palermo, Nov. 5th, 1832. 
Stephenson, Edward James, son of R. Stephenson, Esq., M.P., Marshalls, 
Romford. Left 1825-6. Joined Madras Cavalry ; subsequently 
Major in Spanish Legion. DIED at Boulogne, Feb. 19th, 1840. 
Stephenson, Rowland Macdonald ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. 
Left 1824. Civil Engineer ; Managing Director and Deputy Chair- 
man East Indian Railway Co. ; Chairman S. Indian Railway Co. 
and Ottoman Railway Co. ; Knighted for his services in connection 
with the introduction of Railways into India, 1856 ; author of a work 
on Railways. DIED Nov. 20th, 1895. 

Tompson, Charles Kett, son of C. Tompson, Esq., Witchingham Hall, Norwich. 
Left 1828 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Brewer at Norwich ; of Witchingham 
Hall. DIED Jan. 13th, 1851. 

Tompson, Henry Kett, brother of the above. Monitor, 1829 ; left 1829 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1835 ; Brewer at Norwich ; of Witchingham 
Hall and Brooke House, Norwich ; J.P. Norfolk ; assumed the name 
of Kett-Tompson, 1871. DIED Nov. 1872. 

Trench, Philip Charles Chenevix (Mrs. Leith's), son of R. Trench, Esq., Bursle- 
don, Hants. Left 1825-6. Haileybury Coll. 1826-7; H.E.I.C.S. 
1828-58 ; Judge of Saharanpur ; served with distinction during the 
Mutiny ; of Botley ; J.P. Hants. ; assumed the name of Chenevix- 
Trench, 1873. DIED Feb. 9th, 1888. 

Trower, Edward Spencer. Went to Eton, 1820 ; to Charterhouse, 1823 ; to 
Harrow, 1824 ; left 1825. Joined 9th Lancers, 1825 ; retired as Capt. ; 
of Stanstead, Ware. DIED May 28th, 1896. 

Vandeleur, Crofton Moore, son of the Rt. Hon. J. O. Vandeleur, Kilrush 
House, Co. Clare. Left 1827. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Kilrush ; M.P. 
Clare, 1859-74 ; J.P. and D.L. Clare (High Sheriff, 1832) ; Col. Clare 
Militia. DIED Nov. 9th, 1881. 

Warner, George Brydges Lee-, son of the Rev. D. H. Lee-Warner, Walsingham 
Abbey, Norfolk. Monitor, 1829; left 1829 1 . Balliol Coll., New Inn 
Hall, and Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 
1838 ; Vicar of St. Mary's, Canterbury, 1851-80. DIED Jan. 7th, 1880. 
Westropp, Henry, son of H. Westropp, Esq., Green Park, Co. Limerick. Left 
1827. Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. 1831 ; of Green Park ; J.P. Limerick 
(High Sheriff, 1866) ; M.P. Bridgwater, 1865-6. DIED about 1885. 
Wiseman, William Saltonstall, son of Sir W. S. Wiseman, 7th Bart. Left 
1823-4. Entered R.N. ; Rear-Adm. 1869 ; served in New Zealand, 
1863-4 ; succ. as 8th Bart. 1845 ; Vice-Pres. of the Ordnance Select 
Committee, 1859 ; K.C.B. DIED July 14th, 1874. 

Wyndham, Francis, son of W. Wyndham, Esq., Dinton Park, Salisbury. 
Left 1824. DIED 1867. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1824. 

Bailey, Joseph, son of Sir J. Bailey, 1st Bart. Monitor, 1828 ; Cricket XI. 
1828 ; left 1828 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1835 ; of 
Easton Court, Tenbury ; M.P. Sudbury, 1837 ; Herefordshire, 1841-50. 
DIED Aug. 31st, 1850. 



1824 3 ] GEORGE BUTLER. Ill 

Bayly, H. C. or L. Left 1825-6. 

Beckford, Horace (Druries), son of H. W. Beckford, Esq., 3rd Baron Rivers, 
1828. Left 1826. Lieut.-Col. Royal Horse Guards ; assumed the 
name of Pitt-Rivers, 1828 ; succ. as 6th Baron, 1867. DIED March 31st, 
1880, when the title became extinct. 

Burn, Richard, son of J. Burn, Esq., Orton Hall, Westmorland. Left 1826. 
Barrister, 1840 ; of Orton Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Westmorland (High 
Sheriff, 1852) ; Lieut.-Col. Cumberland and Westmorland Yeomanry. 
DIED Aug. 19th, 1898. 

Burnley, William Frederick (Druries), son of W. H. Burnley, Esq., Trinidad. 
W. Indies. Left 1826. West India Proprietor ; of Ericht Bank, 
Kirn, N.B. DIED Jan. 7th, 1903. 

Burrowes, Robert, son of Major T. Burrowes, Stradone House, Cavan. Left 
1825-6. Magd. Coll. Camb. ; of Stradone ; M.P. Cavan, 1855-7 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Cavan (High Sheriff, 1838). DIED Nov. 30th, 1881. 

Carwithen, George William Terry (Mrs. Armstrong's), son of the Rev. G. T. 
Carwithen, Newton St. Cyres, Exeter. Monitor, 1828 ; left 1828. 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832; P.C. of Frithelstock, Devon, 1841-5G ; 
Rector of Ashprington, Devon, 1859-93. DIED 1893. 

Clarke, F. Left 1828. Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Cochrane, John Henry, son of J. Cochrane, Esq., Madras, India. Left 1826. 
Haileybury Coll. 1827-9; H.E.I.C.S. 1829-54; Magistrate and Col- 
lector of Chengalpat. DIED at Homburg, Aug. 28th, 1854. 

Dutton, Hon. John Thomas, son of John, 2nd Baron Sherborne. Left 1826. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Hinton House, Hants. ; J.P. Hants. (High Sheriff, 
1867). DIED June 22nd, 1884. 

Is ham, Edmund, son of the Rev. V. Isham, Lamport, Northants. Left 1827. 
Capt. 51st Regt. ; settled at Maritzburg, S.Africa. DIED in S. Africa, 
Jan. 10th, 1855. 

Ives, J. Robert, son of J. Ives, Esq., Colton, Norfolk. Left 1825-6. Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; of Bentworth Hall, Alton ; J.P. Hants. (High Sheriff, 
1854). DIED May 21st, 1865. 

Jenner. Left 1826. 

Keane, David Deady. Left 1825-6. Trin. Coll. Camb. and Gottingen Univ. ; 
Ph.D. 1831 ; Barrister, 1835 ; Q.C. 1864 ; Recorder of Bedford, 
1861-70 ; author of several legal works. DIED June 20th, 1870. 

King, Hon. Peter John Locke, son of Peter, 7th Baron Ockham. Left 1827. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1833 ; M.P. E. Surrey, 1847-74 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Surrey (High Sheriff, 1840) ; well-known for his exertions to 
extend the County Franchise. DIED Nov. 12th, 1885. 

Kingsmill, Henry, son of the Rev. J. Kingsmill, Sydmonton Court, Newbury. 
Left 1828. Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; Rector of Buxted, Sussex, 
1846-77. DIED Nov. 24th, 1877. 

Kingsmill, William, brother of the above. Cricket XI. 1826; left 1826. 
Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Sydmonton Court ; J.P. Hants. (High Sheriff, 
1841). DIED 1865. 

Langford, Adolphus, son of B. R. Langford, Esq., Bristol. Monitor, 1827 ; 
left 1827. Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED young. 

Leslie, John (The Head Master's), son of Dr. J. Leslie, Bishop of Kilmore, 
Elphin, and Ardagh. Monitor, 1830 ; Head of the School, 1831 ; 
Lyon Scholar, 1833 ; Capt. Cricket XL 1832-3 ; left 1833 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf.; Barrister, Ireland, 1840; England, 1841; of Brook Lodge, 
Albury, Guildford. DIED Nov. 4th, 1897. 



112 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [18243-25 1 

Lowe, Robert Manley, son of W. Lowe, Esq., 2, Tanfield Court, Temple, E.G. 
Left 1827. Solicitor, 1833 ; Partner in R. M. & F. Lowe, Temple 
Gardens ; author of " Reminiscences of the Lowtonian Society." 
DIED Aug. 29th, 1891. 

Meiklam, William, son of J. Meiklam, Esq., of Gladswood, Melrose. Left 

1826. C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; of Ravenswood, Midlothian. DIED 
May 29th, 1845. 

North, Roger Mountague (Druries), son of F. F. North, Esq., Rougham 
Hall, Norfolk. Left 1826. Major 2nd Madras Cavalry. DIED 
Oct. 19th, 1876. 

Ogilby, Alexander, son of R. Ogilby, Esq., Pellipar, Londonderry. Left 

1827. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Branches Park, Newmarket. DIED 
April 25th, 1838. 

Scott, William. Left 1826. 

Sillifant, William Timothy, son of J. Sillifant, Esq., Coombe, Devon. Left 
1825-6. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834. DIED April 4th, 1835. 

Strickland, Augustine Edmund Christopher, son of G. Strickland, Esq., Chest- 
nut Grove, Yorks. Monitor, 1827 ; left 1828. Univ. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1832 ; of Oaklands, Devon. DIED Sept. 1st, 1891. 

Sugden, Henry, son of the Rt. Hon. Sir E. Sugden, 1st Baron St. Leonards, 
1852. Left 1826. Subsequently at Eton ; St. Alban Hall, Oxf., 
B.A. 1834 ; Barrister, 1837 ; Registrar of the Irish Court of Chancery. 
DIED Dec. 20th, 1866. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1825. 

Bateman, Thomas Osborne, son of R. Bateman, Esq., Wheathill, Derby. Left 
1826. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1834 ; of Breadsall Mount, Derby ; 
J.P. and D.L. Derby. DIED Jan. 14th, 1874. 

Beresford. Left 1825-6. 

Bevan, Charles James, son of C. Bevan, Esq., Devonshire Place, W. Left 

1828. Brewer ; of 4, Bryanston Square, W. DIED April 8th, 1882. 

Biddulph, Francis Thomas, son of J. Biddulph, Esq., Ledbury, Hereford- 
shire. Left 1827. DIED 

Bonar, Arthur Graham Guthrie, son of T. Bonar, Esq., Camden Place, Chisle- 
hurst. Left 1826. Diplomatic Service ; Sec. of Legation at Munich, 
1849-64 ; at Vienna, 1865-8 ; Min. Plen. at Berne, 1868-74. DIED 
at Wiesbaden, Dec. 5th, 1886. 

Browning, Charles. Left 1828. Of 4, Gloucester Place, Portman Square. 
DIED about 1871. 

Canham. Left 1825-6. 

Cochrane, James Gwatkin, son of J. Cochrane, Esq., Madras, India. Cricket 
XI. 1828 ; left 1828. Haileybury Coll. 1829-30 ; Trin. Coll. Camb., 
LL.B. 1838. 

Cole, Francis Burton, son of H. Cole, Esq., Brigade Major of Co. Monaghan. 
Left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1831. 
DIED young. 

Cottrell, George Edward (Druries), son of the Rev. C. Cottrell, North Waltham 
Rectory, Hants. Cricket XI. 1829, but unable to play at Lord's ; 
left 1829 3 . Barrister, 1848 ; of 57, Chancery Lane, and Harrow. 
DIED 1889. 

Dancer, Edward (H.B.), son of F. Dancer, Esq., Wealdstone House, Harrow* 
Left 1826. DIED yourig. 



1825 1 ] GEORGE BUGLER. 113 

Drummond. Left 1825-6. 
Green, Thomas. Left 1825. 

Hamilton, Benjamin (H.B.), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury Grove, 
Harrow. Left 1829 1 . Capt. Indian Navy ; present in command of 
the armed sloop Mahi at the siege and capture of Aden, 1839 ; Ranger 
of Scinde. DIED 1886. 

Harford, Charles. Left 1827. 
Lambert, H. Left 1827. 

Leslie, Charles ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. J. Leslie, Bishop of Kilmore, 
Elphin, and Ardagh. Monitor, 1828 ; left 1829 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1833 ; M.A. 1836 ; D.D. Dublin, 1870 ; held various benefices 
in Ireland ; consecrated Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh, 
April 1870. DIED July 8th, 1870. 

Lowndes, Richard William Selby- (Mr. Mills'), son of W. Selby-Lowndes, 
Esq., M.P., Whaddon Hall, Bucks. Left 1830 3 . St. John's Coll. 
Camb. ; of Elmers, Bletchley ; J.P. Bucks. DIED May 9th, 1892. 

Macgregor, Alexander Nugent (H.B.), son of Gen. A. M. Macgregor, Harrow. 
Left 1826. Capt. H.E.I.Co's. Military Service. DIED 1844. 

Macgregor, Caithness Evan Edmund (H.B.), brother of the above. Cricket 
XL 1828; left 1829 2 . DIED 1834. 

Merivale, Alexander Frederick (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, Esq., 15, 
Woburn Place, W.C. Monitor, 1830 ; Lyon Scholar, 1831 ; left 
183 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 5th Classic and 32nd Wrangler ; B.A. 1835 ; 
M.A. 1838 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1837 ; Assistant Master at Rugby, 
1838-41. DIED June llth, 1841. 

Ogilby, James, son of R. Ogilby, Esq., Pellipar, Londonderry. Left 1827. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836 ; of Pellipar ; J.P. and D.L. London- 
derry. DIED 1885. 

Paget, Edward James, son of Admiral the Hon. Sir C. Paget, G.C.H. Left 
1827. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1835 ; Rector of 
Swithland, Leics., 1841-58 ; of Steppingley, Beds., 1864-9. DIED 
Aug. 30th, 1869. 

Rowley. Left 1828. Capt. 10th Hussars. 

Rushout, George, son of the Rev. the Hon. G. Rushout, Burford Rectory, 
Salop. Left 1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1834; M.A. 1836; Capt. 
1st Life Guards ; M.P. Evesham, 1837-41 ; E. Worcs. 1847-59 ; succ. 
as 3rd Baron North wick, 1859 ; Gov. of Harrow School and Chelten- 
ham Coll. DIED Nov. 18th, 1887, when the Peerage became extinct. 

Spooner, John. Left 1826. 

Thornton, Charles, son of H. Thornton, Esq., Battersea Rise, S.W. Monitor, 
1827 ; Head of the School, 1828 ; left 1829 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1833 ; M.A. 1835 ; Incumbent of Margaret Street Chapel, London. 
DIED June 24th, 1839. 

Trower, William Baker (Mr. Mills'), son of J. Trower, Esq., Berkeley Square, 
W. Left 1829 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1832 ; M.A. 1835 ; Curate 
of Great Baddow, Chelmsford ; of Weston Grove, Southampton. 
DIED Jan. 8th, 1895. 

Twining. Left 1825. 

Wilkins. Left 1825. 

Willmott, Robert Eldridge Aris, son of R. E. Willmott, Esq., Bradford-on- 
Avon. Previously at Merchant Taylors' School ; Editor of the 
Harrovian, 1828 ; left 1828. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842 ; Rector 
of Bearwood, Berks., 1846-62 ; author of numerous works in prose 
and verse. DIED May 27th, 1863. 

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114 nAHtt6W SCHOOL REGISTER. tl825 2 -26* 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1825. 

Bradshaw, James Edward, son of J. Bradshaw, Esq., Darcey Lever Hall, 
Lanes. Left 1827. Joined 13th Hussars ; transferred to 12th 
Lancers ; of Fair Oak Park, Bishopstoke, and Darcey Lever Hall. 
DIED Sept. 16th, 1887. 

Coope, Joseph Richard, son of J. Coope, Esq., Great Cumberland Street, W. 
Left 1825-6. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836; Vicar of Buck- 
nell, Salop, 1836-67. DIED June 16th, 1867. 

Gumming, Arthur Henry, son of P. Gumming, Esq., Ramsgate. Left 1827. 
Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1841. DIED 

Curzon, Edward Cecil (The Head Master's), son of the Hon. R. Curzon, M.P., 
and Harriet, 13th Baroness Zouche, 1829. Monitor, 1829 ; left 
1830 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1840 ; Barrister, 1840 ; 
Deputy-Registrar of Designs, 1842-63 ; Registrar of Joint Stock 
Companies, 1863-76 ; J.P. and D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Westminster. 
DIED Feb. 12th, 1885. 

Elliott, William Henry. Left 1827. Haileybury Coll. 1828-30 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1830-59 ; Commissioner of Bard wan ; of Sonning, Berks. 

Halsey, Thomas Plumer ( The Grove and the Head Master's), son of J. T. 
Halsey, Esq., Gaddesden, Herts. Monitor, 1830; left 1831 2 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; of Gaddesden ; M.P. Herts. 1846-54. LOST, with his 
wife and infant son, in the Ercolano steamer off the coast of Italy, 
April 24th, 1854. 

Jodrell, Francis Charles, son of F. Jodrell, Esq., Yeardsley, Cheshire. Monitor, 
1828; left 1829 3 . In Grenadier Guards; of Yeardsley. DIED at 
Hyeres, 1868. 

Onslow, George Augustus Cranley (The Grove), son of Col. the Hon. T. C. 
Onslow, Upton House, Hants. Monitor, 1829 ; Head of the School, 
1831 ; left 1831 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1835. DIED April 13th, 1855. 

Ponsonby, Hon. William Wentworth Brabazon, son of John, 4th Earl of 
Bessborough. Left 1825-6. DIED on board H.M.S. Madagascar, off 
Nauplia, July 8th, 1831. 

Thornton, Edward (Mrs. Armstrong's and Druries), son of T. R. Thornton, 
Esq., Brockhall, near Weedon. Monitor, 1829 ; Head of the School, 
1830 ; Lyon Scholar, 1830 ; left 1830 3 . Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1837; Barrister, 1840; Sec. 
to Bishop of London's Fund. DIED 1891. 

Wilson. Left 1827. Of Dursley, Glos. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER 1825 MIDSUMMER 1826. 

Atkinson, Richard (The Park), son of G. Atkinson, Esq., Morland Hall, 
Penrith. Left 1830 3 . DIED 1862. 

Baylis, Edward (H.B.), son of E. Baylis, Esq., Greenhill Lodge, Harrow. 
Left 1832 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; Rector 
of Hedgerley, Bucks., 1845-88. DIED April 8th, 1888. 

Baylis, Thomas Henry (Mr. Evans' and Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. 
Monitor, 1834 ; left 1834 1 . Scholar of Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1838 ; M.A. 1841 ; Barrister, 1856 ; Q.C. 1875 ; Bencher of the 
Inner Temple ; Presiding Judge of the Court of Passage, Liverpool, 
1876-1903 ; Lieut. -Col. 18th Middlesex R.V. ; V.D. ; V.P. Royal 
United Service Institution, Royal Archaeological Institute, and 
Egyptian Exploration Fund ; author of " The Temple Church and 
Chapel of St. Anne " (1893), etc. DIED Oct. 4th, 1908. 



1825 3 -26 2 ] GEORGE BUTLER. 115 

Beaucierk, Henry William, son of J. Beauclerk, Esq., 3, Southampton Street, 
W.C. Left 1828. Of Leckhampstead, Bucks. DIED June 8th, 1894. 

Benett. Left 1827. 

Biddulph, Ormus, son of J. Biddulph, Esq., Ledbury, Herefordshire. Left 

1827. DIED <' 

Burnett, John Robert Fassett ( The Head Masters), son of J. F. Burnett, Esq., 

May Place, Crayford, Kent. Left 1829 1 . Distiller ; J.P. Surrey and 

London. DIED Oct. 20th, 1901. 

Bushe, Gervase Parker ( The Grove), son of G. P. Bushe, Esq., London. Moni- 
tor, 1829 ; left 1830 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1835 ; Attache to 
Embassy at Vienna. DIED at Vienna, Feb. 5th, 1847. 

Butler, Lord Walter Wandesford (Mr. Mills'), son of James, 1st Marquis of 
Ormonde. Left 1827. In Scots Fusilier Guards. DIED July 18th, 
1861. 

Cadett, William, son of J. Cadett, Esq., Trinidad, W. Indies. Left 1826. 
Proprietor of a Sugar Plantation in Trinidad. DIED Feb. 6th, 1891. 

Chester, George (Mr. Oxenham's). Left 1829 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1831-2 ; 
of 11, Park Road, Hastings. DIED June 4th, 1897. 

Collett, Benjamin (Druries), son of E. J. Collett, Esq., M.P., Locker's House, 
Kernel Hempstead. Left 1827 2 . J.P. Worcs. DIED July 19th, 1871. 

Cotton, John Hynde, son of the Rev. A. Cotton, Girton Rectory, Cambridge. 
Left 1829 2 . In 90th Regt. DIED at Colombo, Ceylon, Aug. 2nd, 1836. 

Crawshay. Left 1828. 

Daly, Denis St. George, son of J. Daly, Esq., M.P., 1st Baron Dunsandle and 
Clanconal, 1845. Left 1827. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. 7th Hussars; 
succ. as 2nd Baron, 1847 ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1851 ; J.P. and D.L. Galway. 
DIED Jan. llth, 1893. 

Daly, Skeffington James (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1830 2 . 
Succ. as 3rd Baron, 1893. DIED Sept. 7th, 1894. 

Donnithorne, Edward Harris, son of J. Donnithorne, Esq., Come Lodge, 
Twickenham. Left 1827. In 16th Lancers ; of Colne Lodge ; J.P. 
and D.L. Middlesex. DIED Feb. 1st, 1885. 

Estcourt, William John Bucknall- (The Head Master's), son of T. G. Buck- 
nall-Estcourt, Esq., Estcourt, near Tetbury. Monitor, 1830 ; left 
1830 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1838 ; Vicar of Sedge- 
ford, Norfolk, 1849-56 ; of Long Newnton, Wilts., 1856-84 ; Hon. 
Canon of Gloucester. DIED April 4th, 1884. 

Forbes, James Stuart, son of Sir C. Forbes, 1st Bart., of Newe. Left about 

1826. DIED May 7th, 1871. 
Gibbons, Joseph, son of Sir J. Gibbons, 4th Bart. Left 1827. DIED Jan 12th, 

1905. 

Gosselin, Martin Hadsley (The Grove), son of Admiral T. le M. Gosselin, 

Bengeo Hall, Herts. Left 183 1 1 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1837 ; 

of Ware Priory ; J.P. Herts. (High Sheriff, 1859). DIED Oct. 8th, 

1868. 
Graham, George Belling ham, son of Sir B. R. Graham (O.H.), 7th Bart., of 

Norton Conyers. Left 1828. DIED 1835. 
Graham. Left 1826. 

Hamilton, Lord Claude, son of James, Viscount Hamilton. Raised to the 
rank of Marquis's son, 1818 ; left 1828. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M P. 
Tyrone, 1835-7 and 1839-74; Comptroller of the Household, 1852 
and 1858-9 ; Vice-Chamberlain, 1866-8 ; J.P. Sussex ; J.P. and 
D.L. Tyrone. DIED June 3rd, 1884. 



116 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1825 3 -26 2 

Hawley, Joseph Henry, son of Sir H. Hawley, 2nd Bart. Left 1829 1 . Oriel 
Coll. Oxf. ; suec, as 3rd Bart. 1831 ; in the Army ; J.P. and D.L. 
Kent (High Sheriff, 1844) ; well known as a successful breeder and 
owner of racehorses. DIED April 20th, 1875. 

Huyshe, Wentworth (The Grove], son of F. Huyshe, Esq., Clisthydon, Col- 
lumpton. Monitor, 1828 ; Lyon Scholar, 1828 ; left 1829 2 . DIED 
in Madeira, Nov. 22nd, 1829. There is a monument to him in Harrow 
Church. 

Kerr, Lord Charles Lennox ( The Grove), son of William, 6th Marquis of 
Lothian (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1830, but did not play at Lord's ; left 
1830 2 . Joined 90th Regt. ; transferred to 42nd Regt. ; retired as 
Capt. 1847 ; Lieut.-Col. Perth Militia ; of Woodstock, Ascot. DIED 
March 15th, 1898. 

Lambert. Left 1827. 

Leeke, Ralph Merrick (The Grove), son of T. Leeke, Esq. (O.H.), Longford 
Hall, Newport, Salop. Left 1832 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Longford Hall ; 
J.P. and D.L. Salop (High Sheriff, 1850) ; J.P. Staffs. DIED Nov. 26th, 
1882. 

Lemon, Charles William, son of Sir C. Lemon (O.H.), 2nd Bart. DIED in a 
fit while bathing in Duck Puddle, soon after his admission to the 
School, April 18th, 1826. 

Lister, John Samuel, son of M. B. Lister, Esq., Burwell Park, Lines. Left 

1827. C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1835; of Saleby Grange, Alford ; J.P. 
Lines. DIED April 8th, 1901. 

Loft us, John Henry, Viscount, son of John, 2nd Marquis of Ely. Left 1828. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Woodstock in 1845 ; succ. as 3rd Marquis, 1845. 
DIED July 15th, 1857. 

Lucas, Francis, son of the Rt. Hon. E. Lucas (O.H.), Castle Shane, Monaghan. 
Left 1828. In 46th Regt. DIED 1846. 

Maeleod, Norman, son of J. N. Macleod (of Macleod), M.P., Dunvegan Castle, 
Isle of Skye. Left 1828. Also educated in France and Germany ; 
22nd Chief of his Clan ; Assistant-Sec, and subsequently Head of the 
Department of Science and Art, S. Kensington, 1852-73 ; Member of 
the Corps of Sergeants-at-Arms ; encumbered his estates in giving 
relief during the great famine of 1847 ; J.P. and D.L. Inverness. 
DIED at Paris, Feb. 5th, 1895. 

Marriott, Thomas Beckett Feilding, son of Lieut.-Gen. T. Marriott, Avon- 
bank, Pershore. Left 1828. Joined R.A. 1832 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1877 ; 
Col. Commanding, 1879 ; of Avonbank ; J.P. arid D.L. Worcs. DIED 
Nov. 25th, 1880. 

Mathew, Murray William, son of Major Mathew, H.E.I.C.S. While at Harrow 
was " fag " to Sidney Herbert ; left 1827 3 . Of Finchley, Middlesex. 

Molyneux, George King Adlercron, son of Sir T. Molyneux, 5th Bart. Left 
1829 3 . Succ. as 6th Bart. 1841. DIED Jan. 25th, 1848. 

Payne, Robert Adair (The Grove), son of W. Payne, Esq., Clifton, Bristol. 
Monitor, 1830; left 1830 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

Phillips, George, Lort- (Mr. M. Drurtfs), son of J. Lort-Phillips, Esq. Left 

1828. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Lawrenny, Pembroke ; M.P. Pem- 
brokeshire, 1861-6; J.P. and D.L. Pembroke (High Sheriff, 1843). 
DIED of injuries sustained while hunting, Oct. 30th, 1866. 

Pickwoad, Edwin, son of R. W. Pickwoad, Esq., Chief Justice of St. Chris- 
topher. Left 1828. Commissioner of Police at St. Christopher ; 
Sec. to the Municipal Council of Shanghai, 1857-65. DIED 1865. 



1825 3 -26 a ] GEORGE BUTLER. 117 

Popham, John Leyborne-, son of Gen. E. W. Leyborne-Popham, Littlecote 
Hall, Hungerford. Left 1829 2 . Wadham Coll. Oxf. B.A. 1832; 
M.A. 1838 ; Rector of Glutton, Wilts., 1835-72 ; Prebendary of Salis- 
bury. DIED Sept. 24th, 1872. 
Prescott, Francis, son of W. W. Prescott, Esq., Hendon. Left 1828. DIED 

Feb. 5th, 1837. 

Primrose, Hon. Bouverie Francis (Mr. Mills'), son of Archibald, 4th Earl of 
Rosebery. Left 1826. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Receiver-Gen, of Post 
Office (Scotland), 1838-48 ; Sec. to Board of Manufactures and Fishery 
Board (Scotland), 1848-82 ; Major-Gen. Royal Company of Archers ; 
D.L. Edinburgh ; C.B. DIED March 20th, 1898. 

Ramsay, Hon. James Andrew Broun (The Head Master's), son of George, 
9th Earl of Dalhousie. Left 1827 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1838; M.P. Haddingtonshire, 1837-8; succ. as 10th Earl, 1838; 
Vice-Pres. of Board of Trade, 1843-5 ; Pres. 1845-7 ; Gov.-Gen. of 
India, 1847 56; annexed the Punjab, 1849, Pegu, 1852, Oude, 1856, 
etc. ; Constable of Dover Castle and Warden of the Cinque Ports, 
1852 ; created Marquis of Dalhousie, 1849 ; K.T. DIED Dec. 19th, 
1860. 

Rolles, Edward, son of Vice-Adm. R. Rolles, 63, Great Marylebone Street, W. 
Left 1826. Scholar of Pembroke Coll, Oxf., B.A. 1831 ; M.A. 1833 ; 
Curate of Oxhill, Warwicks. DIED Sept. 13th, 1862. 

Ryder, William Dudley (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. Dr. H. Ryder (O.H.), 
Bishop of Lichfield. Left 1831 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 
1839 ; Barrister, 1840 ; Assistant Sec. to Gov. of Ceylon ; Slave 
Arbitrator in Ceylon, and Arbitrator in the Mixed Court, New York. 
DIED April llth, 1894. 

Shirreff, son of Admiral W. H. Shirreff. Left 1827. 

Sowerby, George Brettingham, son of G. B. Sowerby, Esq. (O.H.), Great 
Russell Street, W.C. Left about 1826. Well-known Conchologist, 
and author of Conchological works ; F.L.S. DIED July 26th, 1884. 
Stretton, Charles, son of W. T. Stretton, Esq., Laurel Lodge, Twickenham. 
Left 1827. Went out to the Australian gold diggings in 1852, where 
he underwent many varied experiences ; returned to England in 1857 ; 
author of "Memoirs of a Chequered Life," 1862, and "Sport and 
Sportsmen," 1866. DIED 

Talbot, Edward Fitzroy (Mr. Oxenham'a), son of the Very Rev. C. Talbot, 
Dean of Salisbury. Left 1830 3 . Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; 
M.A. 1837 ; Barrister, 1839. DIED Oct. 5th, 1890. 
Toller, Henry, son of E. Toller, Esq., Doctors' Commons, E.C. Left 1827. 

Of Hampstead. DIED 1867. 

Upcher, Abbot (The Grove), son of A. Upcher, Esq., Sheringham Hall, Croiner, 
Monitor, 1830 ; Cricket XI. 1830 ; left 183 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1837 ; Rector of Kirby Kane, Norfolk, 1851-93 ; Domestic 
Chaplain to three Lords Berners ; Rural Dean. DIED May 17th, 
1893. 
Walhouse, James Moreton, son of the Rev. J. Walhouse, Leamington. Left 

1829 3 . DIED in India, Aug. 13th, 1840. 

Ward, Robert John (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Ward, Esq., Gatwick, Billericay, 
Essex. Left 1829 2 . Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 
1840; Curate of Old Basing and Up Nately, Hants., 1844-66. DIED 
at Mentone, March 15th, 1870. 
Warner. Left 1828. 

Whitehurst, Henry William. Left 1827. 

Wynniatt, Reginald (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. R. Wynniatt, Guiting 
Park, Gloucester. Left 1830 1 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; of 
Dymoke Grange, Gloucester; J.P. Glos. . DIED 1881. 



118 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1826 3 -27 1 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1826. 

Butler, Lord James Wandesford (Mr. Mills'), son of James, 1st Marquis of 
Ormonde. Left 1827. Joined 7th Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1846; 
State Steward to the Duke of Abercorn, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; J.P. 
Kilkenny City ; D.L. Co. Kilkenny. DIED Dec. 13th, 1893. 
Cane, Edward (Druries), son of R. Cane, Esq., St. Wolstan's, Cellbridge, Co. 
Kildare. Monitor, 1830; left 1831 1 . Trin. Coll. and Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1835; Private Sec. to Lord Fitzgerald, Sec. of State for 
India ; Chief Commr. of Income Tax, 1850. DIED Sept. 17th, 1877. 
Carmichael, Alexander Gibson-, son of Sir T. Gibson-Carmichael, 10th Bart. 
Left 1829 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; succ. as llth Bart. 1849. DIED 
May 8th, 1850. 

Gisborne, Henry Fysche, son of T. Gisborne, Esq., M. P., Yoxall Lodge, Staffs. 
Left 1829 1 . Sec. to Sir Richard Bourke, Gov. of Australia; Com- 
missioner of Police in Australia. DIED at sea, while returning from 
Australia, 1841. 

Gisborne, Thomas Guy, brother of the above. Left 1829 1 . Joined 60th 
Rifles, 1834 ; of Yoxall Lodge, Staffs. ; J.P. Staffs, and Derbyshire. 
DIED Sept. 12th, 1869. 

Holland, Frederic (The Grove), son of Col. L. Holland (O.K.), Langley Farm, 
Beckenham. Monitor, 1831 ; left 1831 3 . Partner in Richards & 
Co., Linen Manufacturers ; for many years resident at Aberdeen. 
DIED Aug. 6th, 1893. 

Hussey, William (Mr. Evans'), son of J. Hussey, Esq., Salisbury. Left 1828 3 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1838 ; Bar- 
rister, 1841 ; disbarred at his own request ; resided at Salisbury. 
DIED Aug. 20th, 1901. 

Ingram, Francis Edward Winnington- (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. Canon 
E. Winnington-Ingram, Worcester. Left 1830 2 . In 6th Dragoons. 
DIED Jan. 31st, 1843. 

Pearson, William Henley (The Grove), son of Dr. H. N. Pearson, Dean of 
Salisbury. Monitor, 1828 ; Head of the School, 1834 ; Lyon Scholar, 
1830 ; left 1830 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1838 ; Rector of 
St. Nicholas', Guildford, 1837-56 ; Prebendary of Heytesbury, Wilts. ; 
assumed the name of Jervis, 1865; author of "A History of the 
Church of France," 1872, and " The Gallican Church and the French 
Revolution," 1882, etc. DIED Jan. 27th, 1883. 

Phelps, Robert Michael (Mr. Phelps'), Monitor, 1830 ; left 1830 1 . St. 
John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839; Curate of St. Philip's, 
Bristol. DIED July 19th, 1846. 

Spencer, Henry Newton (Mr. Oxenham's). DIED April 1829. 

Surtees, Arthur, son of the Rev. Canon J. Surtees, Bristol. Left 1826 3 . In 
14th Hussars. DIED April 17th, 1833. 

Thynne, Lord Charles (The Grove), son of Thomas, 2nd Marquis of Bath. 
Left 1830 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1834 ; M.A. 1837 ; Vicar of Long- 
ridge and Kingston Deverill, Wilts., 1837-52 ; Canon of Canterbury, 
1845-52 ; joined R.C. Church, 1853 ; Priest, 1886 ; Chaplain at Ditton 
Park, near Slough. DIED Aug. llth, 1894. 

Winder, H. (H.B.). Left 1830 2 . 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1827. 

Adams, William Cockayne (Mrs. Leith's), son of Dr. W. Adams, Doctors' 
Commons, E.C. Monitor, 1830 ; Cricket XL 1832 ; left 1832 2 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1839 ; Rector of Dummer, Hants., 
1848-75. DIED Aug. 17th, 1875. 



1827 1 -27 3 J GEORGE BUTLER. 119 

Gully, Robert (Druries), son of J. Gully, Esq., Ackworth Park, Pontefract. 
Left 1830 3 . Wrecked off the island of Formosa, March 1842, and 
taken prisoner by the Chinese. KILLED by torture after five months' 
barbarous treatment. 

Hamilton, Edward ( H.B. and Mr. Mills'), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury 
Grove, Harrow. Left 1832 1 . M.D. St. Andrews, 1842 ; Medical 
Practitioner ; Fellow of the Linnsean and Zoological Societies ; 
author of numerous works on art, natural history, etc. DIED Aug. 31st, 
1903. 

Hoare, Henry James (Mr. Phelps'), son of G. M, Hoare, Esq., Morden, Surrey. 
Monitor, 1830 ; left 1830 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb. ; of Morden. 
DIED Feb. 6th, 1859. 

Jones, Henry Bence ( The Grove and The Park), son of Lieut.-Col. W. Jones, 
Lisselan, Cork. Left 1831 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836 ; M.A. 
1840; M.B. 1845; M.D. 1849; L.R.C.P. 1842; F.R.C.P. 1849; 
F.R.S. 1846 ; Physician to St. George's Hospital ; Sec. of the Royal 
Institution ; well known as a Physician and Chemist ; author of 
various medical and scientific works ; assumed the name of Bence- 
Jones. DIED April 20th, 1873. 

Macdonald, Reginald Wilton, son of Lieut.-Col. J. Macdonald, Summerlands, 
Exeter. Left 1829 3 . In 17th Lancers ; Queen's Foreign Office 
Messenger. DIED March 2nd, 1852. 

Mansel, John Christopher (The Head Master's), son of Admiral R. Mansel. 
Left 1832 1 . Of Cosgrove Hall, Stony Stratford ; J.P. Northants. 
(High Sheriff, 1858) and Bucks. DIED May 27th, 1895. 

Monro, Edward (H.B. and Mr. Phelps'), son of E. T. Monro, Esq. (O.H.), 
M.D., Bedford Place, W.C. Left 1830 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1836 ; 
M.A. 1839 ; P.C. of Harrow Weald, 1842-60 ; Vicar of St. John the 
Evangelist's, Leeds, 1860-6; founded the College of St. Andrew's for 
boys at Harrow Weald ; author of numerous stories, allegories, and 
ecclesiastical works. DIED Dec. 13th, 1866. 

O'Brien, Henry Stafford, son of S. O'Brien, Esq. (O.K.), Blatherwycke Park, 
Wansford. Left 1827. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1838 ; 
of Blatherwycke Park ; J.P. and D.L. Northants. (High Sheriff, 1868) ; 
assumed the name of De Stafford. DIED July 3rd, 1880. 

Parker, George. Left 1829 1 . 

Paterson, George Dacres (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. C. Paterson, 53rd Regt. 
Left 1830 2 . Capt. 98th Regt. DIED April 3rd, 1847. 

Ward, William Harry Perceval ( The Grove), son of Dr. W. Ward, Bishop of 
Sodor and Man. Left 1829 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1836 ; Rector of Compton Valence, Dorset, 1838-70. DIED Aug. 19th, 
1875. 

Warner, H. (Druries). Left 1830 3 . 

ENTRANCES, EASTER CHRISTMAS 1827. 

Bouverie, Hon. Jacob Pleydell- ( The Grove), son of William, Viscount Folke- 
stone, 3rd Earl of Radnor, 1828. Viscount Folkestone, 1828 ; left 
1832 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 4th Earl, 1869 ; Lord-Lieut, of Wilts. 
DIED March 13th, 1889. 

Brown, Thomas (H.B.). Left 1831 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Burton, Edgar Williams. Left 1830 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1830-2; H.E.I.C.S. 
1833-45 ; Assistant Magistrate and Collector of Broach. DIED in 
India, 1845. 



120 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1827 2 -27 3 

Cantelupe, George John Frederick, Viscount, son of George, 5th Earl Delawarr 
(O.H.). Left 1830 2 . In Grenadier Guards ; M.P. Helston, 1837-40 ; 
Lewes, 1840-1. DIED in the lifetime of his father, June 25th, 1850. 

Chester, Charles (Mr. Oxenham's). Left 1829 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1831-2; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1833-59 ; Commissioner of Allahabad, where he did ex- 
cellent service during the Mutiny. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1900. 

Clarke, George Hawkins (The Grove and Druries), son of T. T. Clarke, Esq., 
Swakeleys, Uxbridge. Left 1831 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1836 ; 
in Holy Orders. DIED Jan. 13th, 1838. 

Edwards. Left 1828. 

Faber, Frederick William (Mr. Mills'), son of T. H. Faber, Esq., Bishop 
Auckland. Monitor, 1832 ; left 1832. Balliol Coll. and Scholar of 
Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1836 ; M.A. 1839 ; Fellow of Univ. Coll. 1836-44 ; 
Rector of Elton, Hunts., 1843-5 ; joined R.C. Church, 1845 ; Head 
of the Brompton Oratory, 1849-63 ; author of many poems and hymns. 
DIED Sept. 26th, 1863. 

Godley, John Robert ( The Grove and The Park), son of J. Godley, Esq., Killigar, 
Co. Leitrim. Monitor, 1831; Lyon Scholar, 1832; 'left 1832 1 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1836 ; a great traveller ; early turned his attention 
to colonisation ; founder of Canterbury, New Zealand, where he re- 
sided 1849-52 ; subsequently a Commr. of Income Tax in Ireland 
and Assistant Under-Sec, for War. DIED Nov. 17th, 1861. 

Hamersley, Hugh, son of H. Hamersley, Esq., Pyrton Manor, Tetsworth, 
Oxon. Left 1829 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. Oxon. (High 
Sheriff, 1840) ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions ; J.P. Hants. DIED 
Nov. 2nd, 1884. 

Hawkins, William. Left 1828. 

Hornby, Thomas Wynn, son of J. Hornby, Esq., The Hook, Fareham. Left 
1828. Capt. 82nd Regt, ; of Upham House, Bishop's Waltharn ; 
J.P. Hants. DIED April 6th, 1906. 

Jukes, Andrew John (H.B.), son of A. Jukes, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 1832 1 . 
For some time in the Army ; Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842 ; Curate 
of St. John's, Hull, 1842-4 ; author of " The Restitution of All Things," 
" The Types of Genesis," etc. DIED July 4th, 1901. 

Lock, G. F. (The Grove and Mr. Mills'). Left 183 1 2 . 

Loftus, Lord George William, son of John, 2nd Marquis of Ely. Left 1827 2 . 
Joined Grenadier Guards, 1836 ; retired as Capt. 1846. DIED 
Jan. 19th, 1877. 

Lowndes, Edward William Selby- (Mr. Mills'), son of W. Selby-Lowndes, 
Esq., M.P., Whaddon Hall, Bucks. Left 1832 1 . Of Winslow House, 
Bucks. ; J.P. and D.L. Bucks. DIED 1885. 

Lowndes, Harry William Selby- (Mr. Mills'), brother of the above. Left 
1832 1 . Capt. 15th Hussars. DIED 

Macdonald, Hon. William, son of Godfrey, 3rd Baron Macdonald (O.H.). 
Left 1827 2 . In the Army. DIED May llth, 1847. 

Meade, John Spencer (Druries), son of Sir J. Meade, M.D., K.H., Weymouth. 
Monitor, 1830 ; Sayer Scholar, 1831 ; Cricket XL 1831 ; left 1831 2 . 
Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1838 ; J.P. Dorset 
DIED Feb. 5th, 1884. 

Merivale, John Lewis (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, Esq., 15, Woburi? 
Place, W.C. Monitor, 1832 ; left 1832 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1835 ; Registrar in the Court of Chancery for more than 40 
years. DIED Dec. 14th, 1886, 



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Mills, Arthur Samuel (Mrs. Leith'a), son of the Rev. W. Mills, Harrow. 
Monitor, 1832; Head of the School, 1834; left 1834 2 . Entered 
H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service, 1838 ; Major ; served in the Gwalior 
War, 1845 (present at battle of Punniar ; medal). DIED in India, 
Sept. 3rd, 1858. 

Monro, Henry (H.B. and Mr. Phelps'), son of E. T. Monro, Esq. (O.K.), 
M.D. ; Bedford Place, W.C. Left 1830 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1839 ; M.B. 1844 ; M.D. 1863 ; F.R.C.P. 1848 ; devoted himself to 
the study of insanity ; Physician to Bethlehem Hospital, 1848 ; 
President of the Medical Psychological Society ; Philanthropist ; 
author of various medical works. DIED May 18th, 1891. 

Oxenden, William Dixwell, son of Sir H. Oxenden, 7th Bart. Left 1828. 
DIED May 25th, 1859. 

Palmer, Charles Archdale (Mr. Oxenhatn'a), son of Sir C. T. Palmer, 2nd Bart., 
of Waiilip Hall. Left 1831". Student of Ch. Oh. Oxf., B.A. 1835; 
M.A. 1838 ; Rector of Warilip, Leics., 1837-60. DIED March 27th, 
1860. 

Richardson, William Stevens (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir J. Richardson 
(O.H.), Justice of the Common Pleas. Monitor, 1831 ; Lyon Scholar, 
1832 ; left 1832 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836 ; M.A. 1840 ; 
Barrister, 1840. DIED Nov. 6th, 1861. 

Sanders, Edward Andrew (Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. L. Sanders, Esq., Stoke 
House, Exeter. Monitor, 1830 ; Cricket XI. 1831 ; left 1832 1 . 
Wadham Coll. Oxf. ; Banker at Exeter ; Mayor of Exeter, 1849 ; 
of Stoke House ; J.P., D.L., and C.A. Devon ; Major Devon Yeo- 
manry. DIED March 20th, 1905. 

Shortland, Edward (H.B.), son of T. G. Shortland, Esq., Charles, Devon. 
Left 1831 2 . Pembroke Coll. Camb., B.A. 1835 ; M.A. 1839. 

Shortland, John Rutherford (H.B.), brother of the above. Monitor, 1832; 
left 1833 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 1844 ; Curate of St. 
Nicholas', Guildford, St. Margaret's, Leicester, and St. Mary's, Pen- 
zance. DIED about 1860. 

Smith, Robert Algernon (Mr. Oxenhairis), son of J. Smith, Esq., Ashlyns, 
Great Berkhampstead. Left 1830 2 . Joined 3rd Hussars ; trans- 
ferred to 16th Lancers ; retired as Capt. ; of Haresfoot, Great Berk- 
hampstead ; J.P. Herts. ; Lieut.-Col. Herts. Militia ; assumed the 
additional name of Dorrien, 1845. DIED Oct. 8th, 1879. 

West, Hon. Charles Richard, son of George, 5th Earl Delawarr (O.K.). Left 
1829 3 . Afterwards at Eton ; joined 43rd Regt. 1833 ; afterwards in 
15th and 21st Regts. ; Major-Gen. 1864 ; served in the Sikh War, 
1845, as A.D.C. to Lord Gough (present at Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and 
Sobraon), and in the Crimea (present at the Alma, Balaclava, Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol) ; Lord West, 1850 ; succ. as 6th Earl, 1869 ; 
K.C.B. ; K.L.H. ; 3rd Class Medjidie. DROWNED in the Cam, 
April 22nd, 1873. 

Wollaston, Edward Luard (Druries), son of G. H. Wollaston, Esq., Clapham 
Common, S.W. Left 1830 2 . Entered the medical profession, but 
did not practise. DIED Dec. 22nd, 1866. 



ENTRANCE, JANUARY EASTER 1828. 
EJiot (Mrs. Leith's). Left 183Q 2 , 



122 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1828 2 -28 3 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1828. 

Adair, Hugh Edward (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir R. S. Adair (O.H.), 1st Bart. 
Left 18322. St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1843 ; Barrister, 
1844 : M.P. Ipswich, 1847-74 ; succ. his brother, Lord Waveney, as 
3rd Bart. 1886 ; D.L. and J.P. Suffolk and Antrim ; J.P. Norfolk. 
DIED March 2nd, 1902. 

Brodie, Benjamin Collins (Druries), son of Sir B. C. Brodie, 1st Bart. Monitor, 
1833 ; left 1835 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1860 ; D.C.L. 
1872 ; distinguished Chemist ; Professor of Chemistry at Oxf. Univ. 
1865-73 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1862 ; F.R.S. DIED Nov. 24th, 1880. 

Croekford, C. (The Head Master's). Left 1830 3 . 

Crockford, William John (The Head Master's), son of W. Croekford, Esq., 
Proprietor of " Crockford's." Left 1830 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1836; Rector of Meneage, Cornwall, 1848-50. DIED Oct. 8th, 1850. 

Drury, Heber (H.B.), son of the Rev. H. J. T. Drury, Harrow. Left 1836 3 . 
Joined Madras Army, 1837 ; Col. 1867 ; in Resident's Escort in 
Travancore, then Commandant of the Brigade in that country, and 
Assistant Resident ; an eminent Botanist ; author of " Useful Plants 
of India " ; of The Bungalow, Crowborough, Sussex. DIED Oct. 30th, 
1905. 

Holmes, William Bancroft (The Park), son of the Rev. J. Holmes, Gawdy 
Hall, Harleston, Norfolk. Left 1834 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; of Gawdy Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk. DIED 
at Berne, Sept. llth, 1849. 

Morton, D'Arey (Druries), son of C. C. Morton, Esq., Cavan. Left 1832 2 . 
Pembroke Coll. Camb. DIED Nov. 9th, 1836. 

Prendergast, William Paul (Druries), son of F. Prendergast, Esq., Dublin. 
Left 1830 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834; Barrister, 1842; of 127, 
Strand Road, Sandymount, Dublin. DIED June 19th, 1902. 

Wemyss. Left 1829 1 . 

Wodehouse (Mr. Mills'). Left 1830 1 . 



ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1828. 

Acland, Henry Wentworth Dyke (The Park), son of Sir T. D. Acland (O.K.), 
10th Bart. Monitor, 1831 ; left 1832 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1840 ; 
M.A. 1842 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1842 ; M.B. 1846 ; M.D. 1848 ; 
Radcliffe Librarian and Hon. Student of Ch. Ch. ; Hon. Physician 
to King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales, whom he accompanied to 
America in 1860 ; Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxfoid Univ. 
1857-94 ; President of Medical Council of United Kingdom, 1862-87 ; 
created a Bart. 1890; K.C.B. DIED Oct. 16th, 1900. 

Agar, William Talbot (The Grove), son of W. Agar, Esq., Q.C., Elm Lodge, 
Camden Town, N.W. Cricket XI. 1832, but did not play at Lord's ; 
left 1832 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1836 ; of Milford House, Lyming- 
ton ; J.P. Sussex. DIED June 12th, 1906. 

Dashwood, Henry William (Druries), son of Sir G. Dashwood (O.H.), 4th 
Bart., of Kirtlington Park. Monitor, 1834 ; left 1834. C.C.C. Oxf. ; 
succ. as 5th Bart. 1861 ; Lord-Lieut, of Oxon. (High Sheriff, 1867), 
DIED Jan. 25th, 1889. 



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Egerton, Edward Christopher (Druries), son of W. Egerton, Esq., M.P., 
Tatton, Knutsford. Monitor, 1831 ; Head of the School, 1833 ; 
Lyon Scholar, 1833 ; left 1833 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; Fellow 
of All Souls, 1837-46 ; Barrister, 1840 ; M.P. Macclesfield, 1852-68 ; 
E. Cheshire, 1868-9; Under-Sec, for Foreign Affairs, 1866-8; J.P. 
Hants, and Sussex ; D.L. Cheshire. DROWNED, while bathing in Lake 
Como, Aug. 28th, 1869. 

Green, George Emmott (Mrs. Leith's), son of G. Green, Esq., 28, Upper 
Harley Street, W. Left 1829 3 . Of Emmott Hall, Colne, Lanes. ; 
J.P. Lanes, and W. Riding Yorks. ; assumed the additional name of 
Emmott, 1839. DIED Jan. 9th, 1876. 

Grimston, Hon. Robert (The Grove), son of James, 1st Earl of Verulam. 
Monitor, 1834; Cricket XL (12th Man), 1834; left 1834 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1838 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1838 ; Barrister, 1841 ; played 
for Gentlemen v. Players, 1842-6-9 ; one of the founders of I.Z. Club, 
1845; President M.C.C. 1884; Chairman of the Electric, Inter- 
national, and of other Telegraph Companies ; a keen sportsman, and 
a most devoted friend of Harrow and of Harrow Cricket. DIED 
April 7th, 1884. 

Halls, B. (H.B.), son of Halls, Esq., Artist, Harrow. Left 1832 1 . 
Houghton. Left 1829 1 . 
Jenkins. Left 1828. 

Lowndes, Charles William Selby- (Mr. Mills'), son of W. Selby-Lowndes, 
Esq., M.P., Whaddon Hall, Bucks. Left 1829*. Christ's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1840 ; Rector of N. Crawley, Bucks., 1856-99 ; J.P. Bucks. 
DIED Sept. 22nd, 1899. 

Mogg, Arthur (The Grove), son of the Rev. H. H. Mogg, Chewton Mendip, 
Somerset. Left 1832 1 . Queen's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1836 ; Curate of 
Pauldon, and Farringdon, Somerset. DIED April 1840. 

Reade, Compton (Druries), son of Sir J. C. Reade (O.K.), 6th Bart. Monitor, 
1833 ; left 1833 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. DIED July 31st, 1851. 

Stewart, R. B. Left 1830 1 . 

Warner, Frederic, son of A. Warner, Esq., Chief Justice of Trinidad. Left 
1830 3 . Barrister, 1841 ; Solicitor-Gen, and Member of Council, 
Trinidad. DIED 1889. 

Wemyss. Left 1829 2 . 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1829. 

Bouverie, Hon. Edward Pleydell- (The Grove), son of William, 3rd Earl of 
Radnor. Left 1831 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1838; Barrister, 
1843; of Market Lavington, Wilts.; High Sheriff, 1882; M.P. Kil- 
marnock, 1844-74 ; Under-Sec. Home Department, 1850-2 ; Chair- 
man of Committees, 1853-5 ; Vice-Pres. of the Board of Trade in 1855 ; 
Pres. of the Poor Law Board, 1855-8; Chairman of the Corpora- 
tion of Foreign Bondholders, 1877 ; Director of the G.W.R. and the 
P.&O.S.N.Co. DIED Dec. 16th, 1889. 

Brodrick, William (Druries), son of W. Brodrick, Esq. (O.K.), 21, Gower 
Street, W.C. Left 1831 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1836; a well- 
known Ornithologist ; jointly with Salwin, with whom he published 
" Falconry in the British Islands," the reviver of hawking in England 
about 1855. DIED 1889. 



124 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1829 1 

Broughton, Robert John Poreher (Druries), son of Capt. R. E. Broughton, 
33, Dorset Square, N.W. Monitor, 1835 ; Head of the School, 1835 ; 
Cricket XI. 1832-3; Capt. 1834-5 ; left 1835 2 . Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1840; M.A. 1845; C.U. Cricket XT. 1836-9 ; Solicitor, 1844 ; Partner 
in Broughton, Broughton & Holt, London ; Solicitor to the Coldstream 
Guards for nearly 60 years ; one of the original Trustees of the M.C.C., 
and a member of the Committee for many years ; one of the founders 
of I Zingari. DIED in his 95th year, June 15th, 1911. 

Davis, John William (Mrs. Leith's), son of A. W. Davis, Esq., M.D., Rosanna, 
Co. Wicklow. Left 1833 2 . Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 
1846 ; Fellow, 1840-79 ; Vicar of Loppington, Salop, 1853-79. DIED 
Nov. 28th, 1879. 

Mills, Frederick Russell (H.B.), son of F. R. Mills, Esq., Harrow. Monitor, 
1835 ; Head of the School, 1835 ; left 1836 2 . Trin. ColL Camb., B.A. 
1840; M.A. 1844; Vicar of Esholt, near Leeds, 1852-76; Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, 1874-6. DIED Feb. 16th, 1896. 

Onslow, Arthur Edward (Mrs. Leith's), son of Col. the Hon. T. C. Onslow, 
Upton House, Hants. Previously at Eton ; left 183 1 2 . Lieut. -Col. 
Scots Fusilier Guards. DIED July 10th, 1897. 

Wilbraham, George Fortescue (Druries), son of G. Wilbraham, Esq., M.P., 
Delarnere House, Northwich. Monitor, 1832; left 1832-3. Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1841 ; Barrister, 1843 ; of Delamere 
House ; J.P. Cheshire (High Sheriff, 1858). DIED April 27th, 1885. 



1829 2 ] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLET. 125 



(ttlaefer: 
REV. CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY, D.D. 

EASTER 1829 EASTER 1836. 



ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1829. 

Baring, John d'Oyly (The Head Master's), son of G. Baring, Esq. Left 1834. 
Col. 107th Regt. DIED at Besselich, near Coblentz, June 1st, 1870. 

Chabot, Philip Ferdinand Augustus ( The Grove), son of the Vicomte de Chabot, 
Major-Gen, in the British Army. Left 1830 2 . French Diplomatic 
Service ; created Comte de Jarnac ; withdrew from Diplomatic 
Work, 1848-70, and lived on his estates in Kilkenny ; French Am- 
bassador in London, 1874-5 ; author of various novels and essays. 
DIED in London, May 22nd, 1875. 

Cowley, Charles ( The Head Master's), son of S. N. Cowley, Esq., 23, Russell 
Square, W.C. Cricket XI. 1832 ; left 1832 2 . In 59th Regt. DIED 
at Gibraltar, Oct. 1st, 1835. 

Ellis, Charles (Mr. Evans'). Cricket XI. 1832-3 ; left 1833 2 . 

Hamilton, Douglas (H.B. and Mr. Mills'), son of C. Hamilton, Esq., Sudbury 
Grove, Harrow. Left 1832 2 . General Madras Staff Corps ; of Wood- 
side, Watford. DIED 1892. 

Hughes-Hughes, William (The Head Master's), son of W. Hughes-Hughes, 
Esq., Inner Temple, E.C. Left 1829 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1839; 
M.A. 1842 ; Barrister, 1842 ; Chairman of the Falkland Islands Co. ; 
J.P. and D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Westminster and London. DIED 
Jan. 7th, 1902. 

Jukes, Mark Richard (H.B.), son of A. Jukes, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 1830 3 . 
DIED at Maumee, Ohio, U.S.A., Aug. 2nd, 1854. 

Macgregor, John Murray (H.B.), son of Gen. A. M. Macgregor, Harrow. 
Left 1829 2 . Joined Madras Army, 1838 ; Gen. 1889 ; served with 
Lieut.-Col. Watson's Field Force in Saugor and Nerbudha Territories, 
1842-3 ; and in the same territories in the Mutiny in command of a 
squadron, 1857-8 ; formed part of the force under Lord Clyde's 
personal command, 1858-9 ; present at the reduction of Bundelcund, 
1859-60. DIED Dec. 18th, 1891. 

Mills, John (H.B.), son of the Rev. W. Mills, Harrow. Left 1834 2 . Indian 
Medical Service (Bombay), 1848-75 ; served in the Persian War, 
1856-7, as Staff Surgeon and Medical Storekeeper, 1st Division (medal) ; 
retired 1875. Deputy Surgeon- Gen. J. Mills, Holly Hill, Yateley, 
Hants. 

Mills, William (H.B,.), brother of the above. Left 1834 2 . Chief Engineer 
of the L.C.&D.R. ; retired 1891. DIED Dec. 8th, 1891. 



126 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1829 2 -29 3 

Pearson, Henry Hugo ( The Grove and The Park), son of Dr. H. N. Pearson, 
Dean of Salisbury. Monitor, 1832 ; left 1832 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
well known as a Musician ; composer of numerous oratorios, operas, 
songs, etc. ; resided chiefly in Germany ; assumed the name of Pierson. 
DIED Jan. 28th, 1873. 

Pearson, Hugh ( The Grove and The Park), brother of the above. Monitor, 
1833 ; Head of the School, 1834 ; left 1835 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1839 ; M.A. 1841 ; Vicar of Sonning, Berks., 1841-82 ; Canon of 
Windsor, 1876-82 ; Deputy Clerk of the Closet ; declined the Deanery 
of Westminster, 1881. DIED April 13th, 1882. 

Round, John (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Round, Esq., Danbury Park, Essex. 
Left 1833 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1841 ; of West 
Bergholt Hall, Essex. DIED May 18th, 1887. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1829. 

Allen, Seymour Phillips (The Grove and Druries), son of J. H. Allen, Esq., 
Cresselly, Pembroke. Monitor, 1832 ; left 1832 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1836 ; in 1st Life Guards ; of Cresselly ; J.P. and D.L. Pem- 
broke (High Sheriff, 1850). DIED March 13th, 1861. 

Anderdon, Hobart Grant (The Grove and the Head Master's), son of J. L. 
Anderdon, Esq., (O.K.) New Bank Buildings, E.C. Left 1831 2 . 
Capt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; of Ryde, Isle of Wight. DIED June 14th, 

1888. 

Anderdon, William Manning (The Grove and the Head Master's), brother of 
the above. Left 183 1 2 . Of 24, St. George's Square, S.W. DIED 
Sept. 10th, 1898. 

Broadhurst, John (The Head Master's), son of J. Broadhurst, Esq., Foston 
Hall, Derbyshire. Left 1831 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Foston; J.P. and D.L. 
Derby (High Sheriff, 1865) ; J.P. Staffs. DIED May 7th, 1874. 

Caulfeild, James Gordon ( The Head Master's), son of Lieut.-Gen. J. Caulfeild, 
M.P., 17, Prince's Gate, W. Left 1832-3. DIED young. 

Drury, Charles Curtis (H.B.), son of the Rev. H. J. T. Drury, Harrow. 
Entered at the age of 5 ; left 1839 3 . Entered H.E.I.Co.'s Military 
Service, 1840 ; General, 1891 ; of Kenilworth, Torquay. DIED 
May 16th, 1900. 

Eyre, John (The Head Master's), son of H. Eyre, Esq., Botleigh Grange, 
Hants. Cricket XI. 1830. DIED at Harrow, Nov. 3rd, 1830. 

Hammond, William Oxenden (Mrs. Leith's and Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. O. 
Hammond, Esq. (O.H.), St. Alban's Court, Wingham, Kent. Monitor, 
1835 ; left 1835. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1865 ; joined 
Rifle Brigade, 1838 ; transferred to 17th Lancers, 1842 ; of St. Alban's 
Court ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED May 17th, 1903. 

Hornby, Henry Hill ( The Head Master's), son of J. Hornby, Esq., The Hook, 
Fareham. Left 1824. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of 33, Portland Place, 
W. DIED 1870. 

Jones, Douglas (The Head Master's), son of W. Jones, Esq., Woodhall, Down- 
ham, Norfolk. Left 1833 1 . Joined 73rd Regt. ; transferred to 60th 
Rifles ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; served in the first Kaffir War and in 
the Indian Mutiny, where he so distinguished himself that he was 
known as " The Avenger." DIED Dec. 1879. 

Larpent, Albert John de Hochepied- ( The Head Master's and The Grove), son 
of Sir G. G. de Hochepied-Larpent, 1st Bart. Left 1832 3 . Succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1855. DIED at sea, off Madras, June 12th, 1861. 



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La louche, Charles Henry (The Head Master's), son of P. La Touche, Esq., 
M.P., Bellevue, Co. Wicklow. Monitor, 1832; left 1832-3. In 
Paget's Bank, London. DIED 1876. 

La Touche, Francis (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 1831 2 . 
In Paget's Bank, London ; of Drumkierney, Leitrim, and Bellevue ; 
J.P. Leitrim (High Sheriff, 1856). DIED July 21st, 1897. 

Moreton, Edward (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. M. Moreton, Moreton 
Hall, Cheshire. Left 1830 2 . He and his brother were the last direct 
heirs of the old family of Moreton de Moreton, settled at Moreton 
Hall, Congleton, since the reign of King John. DIED before 1840. 

Moreton, William Pepperell Frewen (Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. 
Left 1830 2 . DIED before 1838. 

Murray, Walter (Mr. Mills'), son of W. Murray, Esq., Garland Grove, Jamaica. 
Left 1832-3. Joined 55th Regt. ; afterwards served in 20th, 7th, 
and 21st Regts. DIED at Auckland while visiting New Zealand. 

Norton, John Bruce ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. D. Norton, Madras. 
Monitor, 1832 ; Head of the School, 1833 ; Cricket XL 1832-3 ; left 
1834 1 . Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. 1838 ; Barrister, 
1841 ; Sheriff of Madras, 1843-5 ; Clerk of the Crown, 1845-62 ; Ad- 
vocate-Gen, and Member of Legislative Council, 1863-71 ; Lecturer 
on Law to Indian Students at the Temple, 1873 ; author of numerous 
works on Indian law, etc. DIED July 13th, 1883. 

Pollard, William (Druries), son of W. D. Pollard, Esq., Kinturk, Castle 
Pollard, Co. Westmeath. Monitor, 1831 ; left 1832 2 . Scholar of 
Trin. Coll. Camb., 18th Wrangler ; B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1843 ; of Kinturk, 
Westmeath, and Craigston Castle, Aberdeen ; M.P. Westmeath, 
1852-7 and 1859-71 ; J.P. and D.L. Westmeath (High Sheriff, 1840) ; 
J.P. Cos. Aberdeen and Banff ; author of " Life and Times of Francesco 
Sforza, Duke of Milan," etc. ; assumed the additional name of Urqu- 
hart, 1846. DIED June 1st, 1871. 

Reade, Charles Darby ( The Head Master's), son of J. Reade, Esq., Holbrook 
House, Ipswich. Left 1835. Magd. Hall, Oxf. ; Rector of Stow 
Bedon, Norfolk, 1850-60 ; M.L.S.B. (Chelsea), 1873-9 ; Chairman of 
Kensington Board of Guardians, 1873-88 ; J.P. London and Middle- 
sex. DIED April 2nd, 1908. 

Sargent, William (The Head Master's), son of W. Sargent, Esq. Left 1831 2 - 

Stavordale, Henry Thomas Leopold, Lord ( The Park), son of Henry, 3rd Earl 
of Ilchester. Left 1831 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED during his father's 
lifetime, Aug. llth, 1837. 

Travers, Henry Millet ( The Grove and the Head Master's), son of B. Travers, 
Esq., 54, Green Street, Grosvenor Square, W. Left 1833 2 . H.E.I. 
Co.'s Military Service. DIED in India, Aug. 16th, 1842. 

Webber, George (Druries), son of R. Webber, Esq., Brockley Hill House, 
- Elstree, Herts. Left 1832 2 . Chief Clerk, Widows' Pension Depart- 
ment, Army Pay Office ; of Sarratt, Rickmansworth. DIED 1885. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1830. 

Archer, William Henry (The Grove}. Left 1832-3. Joined 14th Hussars; 

subsequently Major 16th Lancers. DIED 
Benson, Florance John (The Head Master's), son of T. S. Benson, Estj., 

Teddington Manor, Middlesex. Left 1832-3. St. John's Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 1840 ; Barrister, 1840. DIED June 6th, 1853. 
Calland, Augustus Percival (The Head Master's), son of C. Calland, Esq., 

Worthing. Left 1830 1 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf. ; of Upper Forest, 

Glamorganshire. DIED June 30th, 1901. 



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Coventry, Frederick Cecil Hamilton Worsley Darby- (The Head Master's], 
son of T. Darby-Coventry, Esq., Greenlands, Bucks. Left 1831 3 . 
Joined 15th Regt. 1833 ; retired (invalided), 1844. DIED Dec. 9th, 
1855. 

Faber, William (Mr. Mills'], son of T. H. Faber, Esq., Bishop Auckland. 
Left 1830 1 . In 14th Hussars. DIED at Dinard, Oct. 23rd, 1854. 

Holland, Charles (The Grove), son of Col. L. Holland (O.H.), Langley Farm, 
Beckenham. Left 1833 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1846 ; 
Rector of St. Stephen's, Ipswich, 1845-51 ; P.C. of Shipley, Sussex, 
1851-9 ; Rector of Petworth, Sussex, 1859-96 ; Prebendary of 
Ch i Chester ; Rural Dean; author of "The Scripture Expositor" 
and " Gleanings of a Fifty Years' Ministry." DIED April 26th, 1910. 

Jackson, Henry (Druries], son of J. Jackson, Esq., Grosvenor Street, W., 
the ex-Prizefighter. Left 1833 3 . DIED young. 

Jones, Frederick Pembroke ( The Grove and The Park), son of Lieut.-Col. W. 
Jones, Lisselan, Cork. Cricket XI. 1832 ; left 1832 2 . Joined 4th 
Dragoon Guards ; retired 1838 ; took considerable part in starting 
the Volunteer movement. DIED Oct. 30th, 1875. 

Keyes, Charles Patton (H.B.), son of T. Keyes, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 1831 1 . 
Joined 30th Madras N.I. 1843 ; Gen. 1889 ; served in all the principal 
campaigns on the Punjab frontier, 1849-70 (wounded at Umbeyla, 
1863) ; Commandant Punjab Frontier Force, 1870 ; Commandant 
Hyderabad Subsidiary Force, 1881 ; G.C.B. ; J.P. Kent. DIED 
Feb. 5th, 1895. 

Keyes, Thomas John Huddleston (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1840 2 . 
St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Lieut.-Col. 17th Madras N.I. DIED in India, 
1876. 

Lockwood, George (Mr. Evans'), son of W. J. Lockwood, Esq. (O.H.), Dews 
Hall, Romford. Left 1833 2 . Capt. 8th Hussars ; A.D.C. to the 
Earl of Cardigan. KILLED in the Balaclava Charge, Oct. 25th, 1854. 

Lowth, Arthur ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. H. Lowth, Hinton, 
Hants, Left 1830 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1834; Curate of Em- 
borough, Somerset, and Farringdon, Hants. DIED about 1865. 

North, Edward Francis (The Head Master's), son of F. F. North, Esq., 
Rougham Hall, Norfolk. Left 1831 3 . Entered R.N. DIED at 
Smyrna whilst serving with the Mediterranean Fleet. 

Palmer, Lewis Henry (The Head Master's), son of Sir J. H. Palmer, 7th Bart., 
of Carlton. Left 1835 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1844 ; Rector 
of East Carlton, Northants., 1843-78 ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1892. DIED 
April 28th, 1909. 

Patten, Robert (The Grove and The Park). Left 1832-3. 

Pennefather, John (The Head Master's), son of Mr. Baron R. Pennefather, 
5, Merrion Square, Dublin. Monitor, 1832 ; Cricket XI. 1832-3 ; 
left 1833 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1837 : O.U. VIII. 1836 ; Barrister 
and Q.C. (I.) ; Director of the G. S. & W. Railway and Chairman of 
the Killarney Junction Railway. DIED April 8th, 1855. 

Perkins, John Grimwood (Mr. Mills'), son of J. G. Perkins, Esq., Hoddesdon, 

Herts. Left 1834. 
Russell, George William (Druries), son of Col. R. H. Russell, H.E.I.C.S. 

Left 1831 3 . Joined Madras Cavalry ; Major-Gen. 1877. DIED 
Skinner, Charles Bruce Graeme (The Head Master's], son of S. Skinner, Esq., 

Shirley Park, Surrey. Left 1833 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1638; 

Barrister, 1841 ; Judge of County Court and of Courts of Mines, and 

Chairman of General Sessions for the Colony of Victoria. DIED at 

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Townsend, George Fyler ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. G. Townsend, 
Durham. Left 1831 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 1840; 
D.C.L. Cantuar. 1876 ; Vicar of Brantingham, Yorks., 1842-57 ; of 
Leominster, 1857-62 ; of St. Michael's, Covent Garden, 1862-94 ; 
author of " The Churchman's Year," " Divine Appearances," and 
various religious and other works ; last Clerical Proctor for granting 
Marriage Licences in Doctors' Commons ; assumed the name of 
Townesend, 1882. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1900. 

Townsend, James Frederic ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1831 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; Curate of Lyme Regis. DIED 
Nov. 14th, 1844. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1830. 

Coventry, Percy William Darby- (The Head Master's), son of T. Darby- 
Coventry, Esq., Greenlands, Bucks. Left 1830 3 . Entered R.N. 
1830 ; retired (invalided) as Lieut. 1847. DIED Jan. 7th, 1853. 

Crofts, John (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. P. G. Crofts, Mailing 
House, Lewes. Cricket XI. 1833 ; left 1834 1 . Joined 7th Dragoon 
Guards ; transferred to 1st Dragoon Guards ; retired as Capt. ; of 
The Abbots, Sompting, Sussex. DIED May 12th, 1855. 

Currer, Richard Roundell (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. D. R. Currer 
(O.K.), Gledstone, near Skipton. Left 1832 1 . Joined 96th Regt. ; 
subsequently in 75th and 28th Regts. ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; Lieut.- 
Col. N. Somerset Yeomanry ; assumed the name of Roundell, 1851. 
DIED in Georgia, while travelling home through Russia, Oct. 1871. 

Currer, William Roundell ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Monitor, 
1835 ; left 1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; Barrister, 
1842 ; of Gledstone ; High Sheriff W. Riding Yorks., 1881 ; assumed 
the name of Roundell, 1851. DIED Sept. 21st, 1881. 

Drummond, Harvey (Druries), son of J. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), Redenham, 
Hants. Left 1834 1 . Partner in Drummonds, Bankers, London ; of 
Iping, Sussex ; J.P. Kent. DIED Oct. 1st, 1875. 

Erskine, Hon. David ( The Head Master's), son of David, 2nd Baron Erskine. 
Left 183 1 1 . Joined 51st Regt. 1835 ; transferred to 21st Regt. 1857 ; 
retired as Major, 1858 ; Stipendiary Magistrate in Tasmania, 1845-9 ; 
Colonial Sec. at Natal, 1858-74 ; member of Executive and Legis- 
lative Councils of Natal ; Lieut.-Col. Natal Carabineers. DIED 
June 21st, 1903. 

Faithfull, James Grantham (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. F. J. Faithfull, 
Hatfield Rectory, Herts. Monitor, 1834 ; Cricket XI. 1834 ; left 
1834. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1838 ; M.A. 1843 ; Chaplain to the 
Marquis of Salisbury, 1842 ; Vicar of North Mimms, Herts., 1844-56 ; 
Rector of Clothall, Herts., 1856-8 ; Vicar of Cheshunt, Herts., 1858-71 ; 
Rector of St. Dunstan's-in-the-East, London, 1871-3. DIED 
March 12th, 1873. 

Gaussen, Frederick Charles (Mr. Evans'), son of S. R. Gaussen, Esq., Brook- 
man's Park, Herts. Left 1831 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; Barrister, 
1845. DIED Jan. 31st, 1867. 

Gilford, Robert Francis, Baron (The Head Master's), son of Robert, 1st Baron 
Gifford. Succ. as 2nd Baron 1826 ; left 1834. Joined 6th Dragoon 
Guards ; retired 1841 ; Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1845 ; M.F.H. in 
Herefordshire and the Vale of White Horse. DIED May 13th, 1872. 

Gordon, Alexander Queensbury (The Head Master's), son of A. Gordon, Esq., 
Great Myles, Essex. Left 1834. Of Ashurst Park, Kent. DIED 
June 16th, 1844. 

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Gordon, Charles Henry (The Head Master's], brother of the above. Left 
1833 2 . Joined 93rd Highlanders ; Major-Gen. ; served in the Crimea 
and Indian Mutiny ; commanded 53rd Regt. at relief of Lucknow 
(several times mentioned in despatches) ; C.B. ; nephew and de jure 
heir of Gordon of Cluny. DIED May 24th, 1895. 

Halls, Thomas (Druries), son of J. J. Halls, Esq., Hampstead. Monitor, 
1837 ; Head of the School, 1839 ; Sayer Scholar, 1839 ; left 1839 2 . 
Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844 ; Chaplain H.E.I.C.S. at Madras. DIED 
in India, April 30th, 1847. 

Houblon, Frederick Archer- (Mr. Mitts'), son of J. Archer-Houblon, Esq., 
M.P., Hallingbury Place, Bishop's Stortford. Monitor, 1835 ; left 
1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in 17th Lancers; of Forest Lodge, Epping. 
DIED Jan. 27th, 1897. 

Ingram, James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Ingram, Esq., Ades, Chailey, 
Sussex. Cricket XI. 1834 ; left 1834. Solicitor, 1840 ; Partner in 
Ingram, Harrison & Ingram, London ; of Ades ; Treasurer and 
" Father " of the Southdown Hunt. DIED Dec. 25th, 1897. 

Karslake, Edward Kent (H.B.), son of H. Karslake, Esq., Harrow. Monitor, 
1836 ; Head of the School, 1837 ; Lyon Scholar, 1837 ; left 1837. 
Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1846 ; 
Eldon and Ireland Scholarships ; Fellow of Balliol Coll. 1841-50 ; 
Barrister, 1846 ; Q.C. 1866 ; M.P. Colchester, 1867-8. DIED May 31st, 
1892. 

Karslake, John Burgess (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1837. Articled 
to his father; Barrister, 1846; Q.C. 1861; M.P. Andover, 1867-8; 
Huntingdon, 1873-6 ; Solicitor-Gen. 1866-7 ; Attorney-Gen. 1867-8 
and in 1874 ; resigned owing to loss of eyesight ; Knighted 1866 ; 
P.C. DIED Oct. 4th, 1881. 

Locker, Edward (The Head Master's), son of E. H. Locker, Esq., Commis- 
sioner of Greenwich Hospital. Left 1832 1 . DIED in India, Oct. 12th, 
1837. 

Napier, Edward Berkeley ( The Head Master's), son of G. M. B. Napier, Esq. 
(O.K.), Pennard House, Shepton Mallet. Left 1836 1 . In 59th Regt. ; 
of Pennard House ; Lieut.-Col. Somerset Yeomanry ; J.P. and D.L. 
Somerset (High Sheriff, 1859). DIED June 22nd, 1902. 

Obert, Marc Antoine Parkins (The Head Master's). Left 1832 1 . Joined 
33rd Regt. ; transferred to 97th Regt. ; retired as Capt. ; of Graveley, 
Herts. DIED July 30th, 1891. 

Ponsonby, Hon. Frederic George Brabazon (Mr. Evans'), son of John, 4th 
Earl of Bessborough. Monitor, 1833 ; Cricket XI. 1832-3 ; left 1833 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1837 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1836 ; Barrister, 1840 ; 
for many years devoted his attention to Irish property ; Chairman of 
the Bessborough Irish Land Commission, 1880-1 ; succ. as 6th Earl, 
1880 ; the devoted friend of Harrow Cricket and founder of the Pon- 
sonby Prize ; Trustee and Member of the Committee, M.C.C., 1866-95 ; 
Director G.W.R. DIED March 12th, 1895. 

Reade, Charles William (The Head Master's). Cricket XL 1833 ; left 1833 2 . 
Haileybury Coll. 1834-5 ; Madras C.S. 1835-71 ; Magistrate and 
Collector of South Arcot ; of St. Catherine's Hall, Blackgang, Isle of 
Wight. DIED April 27th, 1884. 

Sibthorp, Gervaise Tottenham Waldo- (Mrs. Leith's), son of Col. C. de L. 
Waldo-Sibthorp, Canwick Hall, Lincoln. Monitor, 1833 ; Cricket XL 
1832-3 ; left 1833 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; O.U. Cricket XL 1836 ; M.P. 
Lincoln, 1856-61 ; Major S. Lines. Militia. DIED Oct. 13th, 1861. 

Soames, Daniel Willshin (Druries). Left 1832 1 . Of Pinner. DIED 



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Solly, William Hammond (Mr. Oxenham's), son of S. R. Solly, Esq., Serge 
Hill, Hemel Hempstead. Previously at Charterhouse ; left 1832 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1837 ; C.U. VIII., 1836 ; of Serge Hill; J.P. 
and D.L. Herts. ; J.P. Dorset. DIED July 1888. 

Strong, Henry Linwood (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. T. L. Strong (O.K.), 
Sedgefield Rectory, Durham. Monitor, 1834 ; left 1834. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1838 ; Barrister, 1844 ; Registrar of the Court of Probate, 
1858-86. DIED Nov. 17th, 1886. 

West, Charles Edward (The Head Master's). Left 1832-3. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1830. 

Brooke, Arthur (The Head Master's), son of Sir R. Brooke, 6th Bart., of 
Norton Priory. Cricket XI. 1836 ; left 1836 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; some 
time in the Colonial Office. DIED June 7th, 1903. 

Buckingham, William ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Buckingham, 
Burrington Vicarage, Chumleigh, Devon. Monitor, 1834 ; Cricket 
XI. 1834 ; left 1835 1 . Solicitor, 1840 ; Sheriff of Exeter, 1855-6 ; 
Mayor, 1856-7 ; Chairman of the Midland and South -Western Junc- 
tion Railway ; of Northcote Manor, Burrington. DIED Dec. 1st, 1895. 

Capel, Arthur (Mrs. Lcith's), son of J. Capel, Esq., The Brick House, Stroud. 
Left 183P. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; of Bulland Lodge, Chip- 
stable ; J.P. Somerset. DIED Sept. 4th, 1889. 
Clerk, William (The Head Master's), son of the Right Hon. Sir George Clerk, 

6th Bart. Left 1834. Trin. Coll. Oxf. DROWNED at Grosnez, Jersey, 
Aug. 6th, 1841. 
Deacon, Charles (Mr. Mills'). Left 1832-3. Joined 13th Hussars ; retired 

as Capt. 9th Lancers. 
Freeling, Arthur Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. C. Freeling, Esq. (O.H.), 

Sec. to Board of Inland Revenue. Left 1832-3. Joined R.E. 1837 ; 

retired as Major-Gn. 1877 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1871. DIED March 26th, 

1885. 
Freeling, Francis William Edward (Mrs. Leith's), brother of the above. Left 

1832-3. DIED June 21st, 1842. 
Galloway, Archibald Stewart (The Park), son of Sir A. Galloway, K.C.B. 

Left 1833 2 . In 3rd Bengal Cavalry ; A.D.C. to Sir Harry Smith. 

DIED in India, Sept. llth, 1851. 
Gibson, Henry (The Head Master's). Left 1833 3 . 
Gibson, Thomas (The Head Master's). Left 1835. 
Grant, William Charles (The Head Master's), son of C. Grant, Esq., Hillersdon 

House, Collumpton. Left 1832-3. In 1st Dragoon Guards ; of 

Hillersdon House ; J.P. Devon. DIED May 4th, 1877. 
Gregory, William Henry (The Head Master's), son of R. Gregory, Esq. (O.K.), 

Coole Park, Gort, Co. Galway. Monitor, 1833 ; Head of the School, 

1835 ; sent in 1st and 2nd Exercises for Latin Lyrics, 1833 ; Lyon 

Scholar, 1835 ; left 1835. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; twice second for 

Craven Scholarship ; of Coole Park ; M.P. Dublin City, 1842-7 ; 

Co. Galway, 1857-71; Gov. of Ceylon, 1871-7; P.C. ; K.C.M.G. ; 

F.R.S. ; Trustee of the National Gallery ; Grand Cross of the Order 

of Takova, Servia. DIED March 6th, 1892. His autobiography was 

published in 1894. 
Gresley, John Morewood (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Gresley, 

Netherseale, Leics. Left 183 1 1 . Exeter Coll. and St. Mary Hall, 

Oxf. ; B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1845 ; Rector of Seale, Leics., 1847-66 ; well 

known as an Antiquarian in the Midland Counties. DIED May 15th, 

1866. 



132 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1830* 

Holland, George Henry (The Head Master's), son of S. C. Holland, Esq., 
Dumbleton Hall, Evesham. Left 1833 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1839 ; devoted himself to sport ; of Gay ton Lodge, Wimbledon. 
DIED Dec. 12th, 1891. 

Ibbetson, Charles Parke (Mr. Mills'), Left 1833 2 . Joined 4th Dragoon 
Guards; transferred to llth Hussars; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1860; 
of 34, Chester Terrace, N.W. DIED Jan. 27th, 1898. 

Jeffery, John Morton (The Head Master's), son of J. Jeffery, Esq., 10, Wey- 
mouth Street, W., and nephew of Dr. Longley. Left 1832 2 . Joined 
98th Regt. ; retired as Major, 1852. DIED June 5th, 1880. 

Jones, Edward Germaine (The Head Master's), son of W. Jones, Esq., Wood- 
hall, Downham, Norfolk. Left 1833 2 . Went out to Australia, but 
returned owing to ill-health. DIED June 1st, 1844. 

Kent, Thomas Fassett (The Head Master's), son of T. Kent, Esq., 10, Har- 
court Buildings, Temple. Lyon Scholar, 1834 ; left 1834 2 . Balliol 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1841 ; Barrister, 1842 ; Counsel to Lord 
Redesdale, Chairman of Committees in the House of Lords, 1866-71. 
DIED 1871. 

Kerr, Lord Mark Ralph George ( The Park), son of William, 6th Marquis of 
Lothian (O.H.). Left 1833 2 . Joined 20th Regt. 1835; transferred 
to 13th Regt. 1853, which he commanded in the Crimea (present at 
battle of Tchernaya and siege of Sebastopol) and in the Indian Mutiny ; 
retired as Gen. 1882 ; in command of the relieving force at Azimghur, 
1858, where he won a battle described by Malleson as " unparalleled 
in history " ; rode through Mexico, 1850 ; through Mesopotamia, 
1864 ; from Tangier to Fez, 1877 ; G.C.B. ; awarded a Good Service 
Pension, 1897. DIED May 17th, 1900. 

Lambert, John Arthur (The Head Master's), son of Gen. Sir J. Lambert, 
G.C.B., Weston, Thames Ditton. Cricket XL 1834; left 1834 2 . 
Joined Grenadier Guards, 1835, which he subsequently commanded ; 
Gen. 1877 ; Col. Royal Irish Fusiliers ; of Weston. DIED Sept. 17th, 

1887. 

Master, Thomas William Chester (The Head Master's), son of Col. W. C. 
Master, The Abbey, Cirencester. Left 1831 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1836 ; of the Abbey, Cirencester ; M.P. Cirencester, 1837-44 ; J.P. 
and D.L. Glos. (High Sheriff, 1878). DIED Jan. 30th, 1899. 

Mountain, William Henry ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. Dr. J. H. B. 
Mountain, Blunham, Beds. Previously at Bedford School and Eliza- 
beth Coll. Guernsey; left 1833. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1839; 
Vicar of Hemel Hempstead, Herts., 1846-58. DIED at Cannes, 
April 29th, 1858. 

Naghten, Edmund (The Head Master's), son of T. Naghten, Esq., Crofton 
House, Titchfield. Left 1833 2 . In the Connaught Rangers ; of 
Blighmount, near Southampton. DIED from the effects of a fall out 
hunting, May 1st, 1838. 

PigOU, Frederic J. (The Head Master's). Left 1832-3. Having married 
without the consent of his father, who disinherited him, he entered 
the service of the London and Birmingham Railway Company, 1840, 
and became Station Master at Rugby. DIED Feb. 1847. 

Russell, Henry Stuart (Mr. Mills'), son of S. H. Russell, Esq., London. 
Monitor, 1836 ; Cricket XL 1837-8 ; left 1838 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; O.U. 
Cricket XI. 1839 ; one of the earliest explorers in Queensland, 1841 ; 
author of " The Genesis of Queensland " ; entered the Civil Service 
of New South Wales, 1866. DIED 1889. 



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Smith, Charles (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of W. Smith, Esq., Harrow. 
Left 1835. Civil Engineer ; settled in America about 1850. 

Smith, Edward (H.B. and the Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1834. Went to sea in a merchant vessel, which was never heard of 
again, 1841. 

Wilson, George Leroux (Mr. Mills' 1 ), son of Major T. Wilson, Titchfield, Hants. 
Left 1834 1 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1843 ; Chaplain 
at Fisherton House Asylum, Salisbury, 1863-74 ; Afternoon Lecturer 
at St. Thomas', Portsmouth, 1874-9 ; of Hermosa, Southsea. DIED 
July 7th, 1898. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1831. 

Acland, Hugh Woodhouse (The Grove), son of H. D. Acland, Esq. (O.K.), 
Sidmouth, Devon. Left 1835 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED March 7th, 1851. 

Allix, Frederick William (Mrs. Leith's), son of C. Allix, Esq. (O.H.), Willough- 
by Hall, Grantham. Cricket XI. 1832-3 ; left 1833 2 . Capt. Grenadier 
Guards ; of Willoughby Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. DIED Oct. 13th, 
1894. 

Barton, Samuel Harry (The Grove), son of W. Barton, Esq., Grove, Fethard, 
Co. Tipperary. Cricket XI. 1835 ; left 1835. Of Grove ; J.P. and 
D.L. Tipperary (High Sheriff, 1886). DIED Nov. 1891. 

Barton, Thomas Barker (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1833 3 . Of 
Grove ; J.P. Tipperary. DIED Feb. 21st, 1871. 

Blackall, Thomas Offspring (Druries), son of the Rev. T. Blackall, Brixham, 
Devon. Left 1839 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1865 ; Vicar of 
Kemsing-cum-Seal, Kent, 1846-74. DIED Feb. 1st, 1879. 

Brewer, Edgar (Druries), son of W. Brewer, Esq. Cricket XL 1835 ; left 
1836 1 . Of Llanellen, Abergavenny. DIED about 1905. 

Broadwood, Thomas Capel (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. T. Broadwood, Esq., 
Lyne, near Horsham. Left 1833 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1840 ; 
Partner in John Broadwood & Son, Pianoforte Manufacturers, London. 
DIED 1888. 

Broadwood, Walter Stewart (Mrs. Leith's), brother of the above. Left 1834. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842 ; of Cabalva, Whitney, Herefordshire ; 
J.P. Cos. Hereford and Radnor. DIED Oct. 20th, 1898. 

Buck, William (Mr. Mills'), son of J. W. Buck, Esq., Denholme, Yorks. 
Left 1833 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; of Stradmore, Cardiganshire ; J.P. 
Cos. Pembroke and Cardigan (High Sheriff, 1873) ; D.L. W. Riding 
Yorks. and Cardigan. DIED 1882. 

Burnett, Henry Robert Yeomans (The Head Master's), son of J. F. Burnett, 
Esq., May Place, Crayford, Kent. Left 1833 3 . Formerly a Distiller 
in London. H. R. Y. Burnett, Esq., 2, Ventnor Villas, Hove, 
Brighton. 

Coape, Capel (Druries), son of H. Coape, Esq., Goldhanger, Essex. Left 
1832-3. Joined 67th Regt. ; retired as Col. DIED May 14th, 1904. 

Colville, Charles John (The Head Master's), son of Gen. the Hon. Sir C. 
Colville, G.C.B. Left 1832 3 . Joined llth Hussars ; retired as Capt. ; 
succ. as llth Baron Colville of Culross, 1849 ; Rep. Peer (S.), 1851-85 ; 
created Baron Colville (U.K.), 1885 ; and Viscount Colville of Culross, 
1902 ; Master of the Buckhounds, 1866-8 ; Chief Equerry to Queen 
Victoria and Chamberlain to Queen Alexandra ; chairman G.N.R. ; 
K.T. ; G.C.V.O. DIED July 1st, 1903. 



134 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1831 1 

Esteourt, Edward Dugdale Bueknall- (The Head Master's), son of T. G. 

Bucknall-Estcourt, Esq., Estcourt, near Tetbury. Monitor, 1836 ; 

left 1836 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; Barrister, 

1844; of Newnton House, Glos. ; J.P. Wilts, and Glos. DIED 

July 12th, 1864. 
Gaussen, William Augustus Casamajor (Mr. Evans'), son of S. R. Gaussen, 

Esq., Brookman's Park, Herts. Left 1831 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 

Capt. 14th Hussars ; served in the Sikh War, 1849. DIED June 19th, 

1857. 
Haygarth, Francis (The Head Master's), son of W. Haygarth, Esq., Upper 

Brook Street, W. Left 1837 1 . Joined Scots Fusilier Guards ; retired 

as Col. 1860 ; served in Crimean War until severely wounded at the 

Alma (medal and clasp); 5th cl. Medjidie. DIED April 18th, 

1911. 

Hodgkinson, Sampson Otter (Mrs. Leith's), son of S. Hodgkinson, Esq., East 
Acton. Left 1831 3 , owing to loss of sight. Of Morton Carr, Gains- 
borough. DIED March 6th, 1873. 

Ipswich, William Henry, Lord (The Park), son of Henry, Earl of Euston 
(O.K.), 5th Duke of Grafton, 1844. Left 1836. Entered Diplomatic 
Service, 1840 ; Attache at Naples, 1841 ; M.P. Thetford, 1847-63 ; 
present at the battle of Inkerman as a Volunteer ; succ. as 6th Duke, 
1863. DIED May 21st, 1882. 

Jenkyn, Godman (H.B.), son of the Rev. J. Jenkyn, Hatch End, Pinner. 

Left 1834. DIED Feb. 22nd, 1858. 
Jenkyn, John Osborn (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1834. DIED 1835. 

Jenkyn, William George Faulkner (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1835. 
St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Rector of Ingatestone, Essex, 1853-60 ; of 
S. Kelsey, Lines., 1860-5. DIED about 1868. 

Lewis, James (Druries), son of C. J. Lewis, Esq., Duke Street, St. James's, 
the well-known bookbinder. Left 1831 3 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1836. 

Madden, Edward (The Head Master's), son of Capt. C. D. Madden, Roslea 
Manor, Co. Fermanagh. Left 1832 2 . In 1st Dragoons. DIED at 
Berne, 1842. 

Madden, John (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 1832 2 . St. 
Peter's Coll. Camb. ; in 41st Regt. ; served in the Afghan War, 
1840-2 (medal for Candahar, Ghuznee, and Cabul) ; of Roslea Manor, 
Co. Fermanagh ; J.P. and D.L. Fermanagh (High Sheriff, 1848) ; 
J.P. Monaghan (High Sheriff, 1875). DIED Feb. 4th, 1903. 

Methuen, Frederic Henry Paul (The Grove), son of P. Methuen, Esq., M.P., 
1st Baron Methuen, 1838. Left 1831 1 . Joined R.H.G. ; transferred 
to 71st Regt.; retired 1842; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1849; Lord-in- 
Waiting, 1859-66, 1868-74, 1880-5, and in 1886 ; Militia A.D.C. to 
Queen Victoria, with rank of Col. 1860. DIED Sept. 26th, 1891. 

Prothero, George (Druries), son of T. Prothero, Esq., Malpas Court, Mon- 
mouth. Cricket XL 1835 ; left 1835. Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1843 ; M.A. 1866 ; Vicar of Clifton-on-Teme, Worcs., 1847-53 ; Rector 
of Whippingham, Isle of Wight, 1857-94 ; Canon of Westminster, 
1869-94 ; Sub-Dean of Westminster ; Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen 
Victoria. DIED Nov. 16th, 1894. 

Rhodes, William Arthur. Left 1832*. Of Leytonstone, Essex. DIED 
Feb. 29th, 1856. 

Ridley, John Henry Ellis ( The Grove), son of the Rev. J. H. Ridley, Ockley, 
Surrey. Left 1832-3. In 2nd Dragoon Guards ; of Ockley ; Col. 
Surrey Militia. DIED 1892. 



l 2 ] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY. 135 

Roe, William Dering Adair (The Grove), son of W. T. A. Roe, Esq., 11, Wey- 
mouth Street, W. Left 1831 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in 15th Regt. DIED 
in Canada, 1838. 

Surtees, Henry Edward (The Park), son of R. Surtees, Esq., Redworth Hall, 
Darlington. Cricket XI. 1836-7 ; left 1837 2 . Joined 10th Hussars, 
1838 ; retired 1843 ; of Redworth Hall and Dane End, Herts. ; M.P. 
Herts. 1864-8 ; J.P. and D.L. Durham (High Sheriff, 1876) ; J.P. 
Herts. Major Herts. R.V. DIED July 31st, 1895. 

Wilbraham, Roger William (Druries), son of G. Wilbraham, Esq., M.P., 
Delamere House, Northwich. Monitor, 1834 ; left 1835 2 . For many 
years in the Treasury ; Private Sec. to Mr. Gladstone ; of Delamere 
House ; J.P. Cheshire. DIED Jan. 20th, 1897. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1831. 

Backhouse, George Canning (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Backhouse, Esq., 
28, Hans Place, London, S.W. Left 1834 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Clerk in 
the Foreign Office, 1838 ; Attache at Frankfort, 1841 ; Commissary 
Judge at Havana, 1853. ASSASSINATED by robbers at Havana, 
Aug. 31st, 1855. 

Baines, Francis Arthur (Mr. Mills'), son of J. Baines, Esq., Shooter's Hill. 
Left 1834. Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1846 ; Curate of 
Barnet, Ware, and Torquay, 1840-80. DIED June 7th, 1895. 

Bovill, Edward Clark (Mrs. Leith's), son of B. Bovill, Esq., Durnford Lodge, 
Wimbledon. Left 1832 1 . Younger brother of Chief Justice Bovill. 

Broughton, Henry Vivian (Druries}, son of R. E. Broughton, Esq., 33, Dorset 
Square, N.W. Monitor, 1836 ; Cricket, XL 1837 ; left 1837. Scholar 
of St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1845 ; Vicar of Welling- 
borough, Northants., 1842-71 ; of Polebrooke, Northants., 1871-5 ; 
of St. Mary's, Leicester, 1875-93 ; Hon. Canon of Peterborough. 
DIED 1893. 

Butler, George (The Head Master's], son of Dr. G. Butler, Head Master of 
Harrow. Monitor, 1836 ; left 1838 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. and Exeter 
Coll. Oxf., Hertford Scholar, 1841 ; 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 1845 ; 
M.A. 1846 ; Hon. D.D. Durham, 1882 ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. ; Vice- 
Principal of Cheltenham Coll. 1859-65 ; Principal of Liverpool Coll. 
1866-82 ; Canon of Winchester, 1882 ; Editor of the Public School 
Atlases of Ancient and Modern Geography. DIED March 14th, 1890. 

Childe, Arthur (The Grove], son of W. L. Childe, Esq. (O.H.), Kinlet Hall, 
Bewdley. Left 1835. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; 
Rector of Edwin-cum-Collington, Herefordshire, 1847-82. DIED 
Feb. 16th, 1882. 

Childe, Edward George (The Grove], brother of the above. Left 1835 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; of Kyre Park, Tenbury ; Vicar 
of Kinlet, Salop, 1846-92 ; of Cleobury Mortimer, 1847-92 ; of Kyre, 
1892-8 ; Prebendary of Hereford ; J.P. Salop, Herefordshire, and 
Worcs. ; assumed the name of Baldwyn-Childe, 1881. DIED Feb. 25th, 
1898. 

Cochrane, William Edward (The Head Master's], son of J. Cochrane, Esq., 
Madras. Left 1832-3. Haileybury Coll. 1835-7 ; Madras C.S. 1838 ; 
Collector of Sea Customs. DIED in India, May 7th, 1861. 

Dansey, James Cruikshank (The Grove], son of Col. C. C. Dansey, R.A., C.B. 
Monitor, 1835 ; left 1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Great Milton, Oxon. 
DIED July 18th, 1847. 



136 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1831 2 

Dawson, Robert Peel (The Park), son of the Right Hon. G. R. Dawson (O.H.), 
Moyola Park, Londonderry. Left 1833 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. 
Grenadier Guards and llth Hussars; of Moyola Park; M.P. Co. 
Londonderry, 1859-74 ; Lord-Lieut, of Londonderry. DIED Sept. 2nd, 
1877. 

Denison, Charles Albert (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Denison, Esq., Ossington, 
Notts. Cricket XL 1836 ; left 1836 2 . In 52nd Regt. ; retired as 
Col. 1860. DIED Nov. 5th, 1877. 

Ellice, Charles Walker ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Ellice, Clothall, 
Herts. Left 1833 2 . DIED at Dresden, May 21st, 1834. 

Essington, William Essington (The Grove), son of W. W. Essington, Esq., 
Great Malvern. Left 1834 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., M.A. 1838 ; of Ribbes- 
ford House, near Bewdley ; J.P. Worcs. DIED 1878. 

Fortescue, Hon. Hugh (Druries), eldest son of Hugh, Viscount Ebrington, 
2nd Earl Fortescue, 1841. Monitor, 1834 ; left 1834. Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.P. Plymouth, 1841-52 ; Marylebone, 1854-9 ; Lord of the 
Treasury, 1846-7 ; Sec. to Poor Law Board, 1847-51 ; called up to 
House of Lords in his father's Barony of Fortescue, 1859 ; succ. as 
3rd Earl, 1861. DIED Oct. 10th, 1905. 

Graham, Frederic Ulric ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. R. G. Graham, 2nd 
Bart., of Netherby. Only remained at Harrow for a few days ; sub- 
sequently at Eton ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Attache at Vienna, 1842 ; in 1st 
Life Guards ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1861. DIED March 8th, 1888. 

Grant, James ( The Grove), son of the Hon. F. W. Grant, 6th Earl of Seafield, 
1840. Left 1834. Capt. 42nd Regt. ; M.P. Elgin and Nairn, 1868-74 ; 
succ. as 9th Earl, 1884 ; created Baron Strathspey (U.K.), 1884 ; 
assumed the name of Ogilvie-Grant. DIED June 5th, 1888. 

Harenc, Niel Hulse ( The Head Master's), son of B. Harenc, Esq., Foots Cray, 
Kent. Left 1832-3 In 52nd Regt. DIED about 1850. 

Hay, Hon. Somerville (Mr. Oxenham's), son of William, 15th Earl of Erroll. 
Left 1833 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1838; Vicar of Netherbury, 
Dorset, 1844-52. DIED Sept. 25th, 1853. 

Horsley, John William (Mrs. Leith's), son of G. W. H. Horsley, Esq., Tedding- 
ton. Left 1833 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 1840 ; P.C. of 
the Ville of Dunkirk, Kent, 1841-9. DIED June 30th, 1849. 

Kent, Charles Wellington (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. G. D. Kent, Lincoln- 
Left 1831 2 . Surgeon to the Surrey Dispensary. DIED May 27th, 
1850. 

Lloyd, Evan Herbert (Mr. Evans'), son of Gen. Sir E. Lloyd, K.C.H. Left 
1834. Capt. 1st Dragoons. DIED * . 

Madocks, John Edward (The Head Master's), son of J. Madocks, Esq. (O.K.), 
Glanywern, Denbigh. Left 1834. Joined 9th Lancers, 1838 ; trans- 
ferred to 13th Hussars, 1830 ; retired as Capt. : of Glanywern ; J.P. 
and D.L. Denbigh (High Sheriff, 1856) ; Lieut.-Col. Lanes. Militia. 
DIED Sept. 9th, 1891. 

Master, George Francis ( The Head Master's), son of Col. W. C. Master, The 
Abbey, Cirencester, Left 1832 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 
1843 ; Rector of Stratton and Vicar of Baunton, Glos., 1843-75. DIED 
May 6th, 1875. 

Melvill, Philip (The Park), son of Sir J. C. Melvill, K.C.B., Sec. H.E.I.C. 
Left 1835. Haileybury Coll. 1838-9 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1839 ; Sec. to 
Board of Administration, Punjab. DIED in India, July 14th, 1854. 

Moore, William (The Park), son of W. Moore, Esq., Cork. Left 1832-3. 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. 



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Nethereote, Henry Osmond (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Nethercote, Esq., Moulton 
Grange, Northampton. Monitor, 1836 ; Cricket XI. 1835-7 ; Capt. 
1837. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1842; O.U. Cricket XL 1840-1; of 
Moulton Grange ; J.P. and D.L. Northants. (High Sheriff, 1872) ; 
author of " The Pytchley Hunt." DIED 1888. 

Flasket, Thomas Henry (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. H. Flasket, Esq., Home 
Office, S.W. Cricket XI. 1834 ; left 1834. Capt. 31st Regt. 

Porter, John Grey Vesey ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. G. Porter 
(O.K.), Kilskeery, Co. Tyrone. Left 1835. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1839 ; of Belle Isle, Lisbellan, Co. Fermanagh ; J.P. and D.L. Fer- 
managh (High Sheriff, 1849). DIED Oct. 5th, 1903. 

Remmett, Henry Gipps (H.B.), son of R. Remmett, Esq., 37, Bedford Square, 
W.C. Left 1832 2 . Capt. Ceylon Rifles. DIED Oct. 24th, 1849. 

Remmett, Robert (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1834. St. John's 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1839 ; Barrister, 1848. DIED Oct. llth, 1852. 

Round, Frederic Peel (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Round, Esq., Danbury 
Park, Essex. Left 1835. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; Gentleman 
Usher of the Green Rod, 1842. DIED May 18th, 1884. 

Russell, William (Druries), son of Dr. J. Russell, London. Left 1831 3 . Ch. 
Ch. and New Inn Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1843 ; Rector of Aber- 
Edw-with-Llanfarith, Radnorshire, 1846-87. DIED about 1898. 

Talbot, Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Very Rev. C. Talbot, Dean of 
Salisbury. Cricket XL 1834-5 ; left 1835. New Inn Hall, Oxf. 
DIED Oct. 13th, 1881. 

Talbot, Hon. Gerald Chetwynd ( The Grove), son of Charles, 2nd Earl Talbot. 
Left 1833 3 . Private Sec. to Earl Canning, Gov.-Gen. of India, 1856-8, 
and to Lord Stanley, Sec. of State for India, 1858-9 ; Director-Gen, 
of Military Store Dept., India Office, 1860-79. DIED Feb. 13th, 1885. 

Torre, Henry John (The Head Master's), son of Rev. H. Torre, Thornhill 
Rectory, Yorks. Monitor, 1836 ; Head of the School, 1838 ; Cricket 
XL 1836-8 ; Capt. 1838 ; left 1838 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; 
O.U. Cricket XL 1839-40 ; rowed in Univ. Coll. boat, which was head 
of the river, 1840-1 ; Private Sec. and Domestic Chaplain to Viscount 
Falkland, Governor of Nova Scotia, 1843-6 ; Locum Tenens to the 
Chaplain of the Forces at Corfu, 1846 ; Chaplain of Wroxall Abbey 
Chapel, near Warwick, 1861-81 ; subsequently of Norton Curlieu, 
near Warwick ; author of " Recollections of School Days at Harrow 
more than Fifty Years Ago." DIED Feb. 2nd, 1904. 

Wells, William (Druries), son of Capt. W. Wells, R.N., Holme Wood, Hunting- 
don. Left 1833 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839 ; M.A. 1842 ; in 1st 
Life Guards ; of Holme Wood ; M.P. Beverley, 1852-7 ; Peterborough, 
1868-74 ; J.P. and D.L. Kent and Hunts. (High Sheriff, 1876) ; well 
known as a practical Agriculturist, and as having drained Whittlesea 
Mere, situate on his property ; President Royal Agricultural Society, 
1880. DIED May 1st, 1889. 

Wilson, Charles Thomas (Mrs. Leith's), son of Prof. H. H. Wilson, Oxford. 
Monitor, 1833; Lyon Scholar, 1834; Cricket XL 1833; left 1834 1 . 
Exeter Coll. and Magd. Hall (Scholar), Oxf., B.A. 1837 ; M.A. 1841 ; 
Chaplain at Bombay, 1855-74 ; employed with the force in Rajputana 
in the Indian Mutiny (medal and clasp) ; Vicar of Tong, Salop, 1876-82 ; 
subsequently resided at Florence ; author of " The Doctrine and 
Discipline of the Church from the Apostolic Fathers, St. Clement of 
Rome, St. Ignatius, and St. Polycarp," " The Epistles of St. Paul 
Explained," " Sermons to Soldiers," and " Russian Lyrics in English 
Verse." DIED at Florence, 1903-4. 

Wray, Warren Porter ( The Head Master's), son of R. Wray, Esq., Blackheath, 
Kent. Left 1831 3 . Barrister, 1843. 



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ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1831. 

Agnew, Andrew (The Park), son of Sir A. Agnew, 7th Bart. Left 1834. 
Entered the Army, 1835 ; served with 93rd Highlanders during the 
Rebellion in Canada, 1838 ; retired as Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards ; 
succ. as 8th Bart. 1849 ; M.P. Wigtownshire, 1856-68. DIED 
March 25th, 1892. 

Ashton, Charles Ellis (The Grove). Left 1832 2 . Of Woolton, near Liverpool. 

Benson, Henry Roxby (The Head Master's), son of T. S. Benson, Esq., Ted- 
dington Manor, Middlesex. Left 1831 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb. ; 
joined 17th Lancers ; retired as Col. ; of Fairy Hill, Glamorgan ; 
J.P. Glamorgan (High Sheriff, 1892) ; C.B. DIED Jan. 23rd, 1892. 

Bentinck, Arthur Cavendish- (The Head Master's), son of Lord W. C. A. 
Cavendish-Bentinck. Cricket XI. 1836; left 1836 2 . Joined 7th 
Dragoon Guards, 1838 ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1854 ; Lieut. -Gen. 
1877 ; served in the Kaffir War, 1847 ; father of the 6th Duke of 
Portland. DIED Dec. llth, 1877. 

Bentinck, Charles William Frederick Cavendish- ( The Head Master's), brother 
of the above. Left 1835. Merton Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxf., 
B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1846 ; Vicar of Ridgmont and Husborn Crawley, 
Beds., 1856-65. DIED Aug. 17th, 1865. 

Bicknell, Philip Blundell ( The Head Master's), son of Capt. P. B. Bicknell, 
Minster Yard, Lincoln. Left 1832 2 . Magd. Coll. Camb. ; joined 73rd 
Regt. 1839 ; retired as Capt. 1857 ; served in the Kaffir War, 1846-7 ; 
Chief Constable of Lines. 1857-1901 ; author of a Police Manual. 
DIED June 10th, 1904. 

Byron, Hon. George Anson ( The Head Master's), son of George, 7th Baron 
Byron. Left 1834. Joined 19th Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1843 ; 
succ. as 8th Baron, 1868. DIED Nov. 28th, 1870. 

Carew, John Hallowell- (Druries), son of Admiral Sir B. Hailowell-Carew, 
G.C.B., Beddington Park, Croydori. Left 1834. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
in 9th Lancers; Col. Warwicks. Militia. DIED June 6th, 1899. 

Carew, Robert Hallowell- (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1833 2 . 
Joined 36th Regt. 1837 ; retired as Capt. 1851 ; Major Cornwall R.V., 
as Adjutant of which he served for 22 years. DIED April 18th, 1903. 

Cazalet, Robert William ( The Head Master's). Left 1832 1 . 

Cocks, Hon. Charles Somers ( The Head Master's), son of John, Viscount 
Eastnor, 2nd Earl Somers, 1841. Left 1833 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1840 ; M.P. Reigate, 1841-7 ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1852 ; Lord-m- 
Waiting, 1852-7 ; a Trustee of the British Museum. DIED Sept. 26th, 
1883, when the Earldom became extinct. 

Ede, George Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Ede, Esq., Merrydale, Hants. 
Left 1834. In 2nd Dragoon Guards and 15th Hussars. DIED at 
Bangalore about 1846. 

Empson, William Henry (The Grove), son of A. Empson, Esq., Walkington, 
Yorks. Monitor, 1835 ; Lyon Scholar, 1836 ; left 1836 1 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844; Vicar of Wellow, Hants., 1844-83. 
DIED 1883. 

Forde, Mathew William ( The Head Master's), son of A. Forde, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Dublin; Barrister (I.); Major N. Down 
Militia. DIED Oct. 1889. 

Glyn, Richard Henry (The Grove), son of T. C. Glyn, Esq., 38, Bedford Place, 
W.C. Previously at Westminster ; left 1835. Ch. Ch, Oxf. ; Capt. 
Grenadier Guards. DIED 1872. 



1831 3 ] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY. 139 

Grimston, Hon. Charles (The Grove), son of James, 1st Earl of Verulam. 

Left 1834. Page of Honour to Queen Adelaide ; Major Coldstream 

Guards. DIED Oct. 8th, 1856, from the effects of a fever caught at 

Constantinople during the Crimean War. 
Hobson, Pulsford ( The Grove), son of W. Hobson, Esq., 43, Harley Street, W. 

Left 1833 2 . Partner in Reid & Co., Brewers, London ; lived for 

some time at Leicester. KILLED out hunting, 1843. 
Johnson, George John ( The Head Master's), son of W. P. Johnson, Esq. 

(O.K.), Walton House, Carlisle. Left 1833 3 . Capt. Coldstream 

Guards ; of Castlesteads, Cumberland ; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland 

(High Sheriff, 1876). DIED Dec. 23rd, 1896. 
Johnston, George Liddell (The Head Master's). Left 1836 2 . Lie. Th. Univ. 

Coll. Durham, 1849 ; Chaplain to British Embassy at Vienna, 1856-85. 

DIED Nov. 14th, 1902. 
Leigh, John Boughton Egerton Ward-Boughton- (Druries), son of J. Ward- 

Boughton-Leigh, Esq. (O.H.), Brownsover Hall, Rugby. Left 1834. 

Trin. Coll. Camb. ; gazetted to 1st Dragoon Guards. DIED at sea, 

on his way to join his regiment in Canada, May 27th, 1839. 
Leslie, Thomas ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. J. Leslie, Bishop of Kilmore, 

Elphin, and Ardagh. Left 1837 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; 

M.A. 1847; Barrister, 1847. DIED Feb. 15th, 1880. 
Massey, William (The Grove), son of R. Massey, Esq., Moston Hall, Chester. 

Monitor, 1836 ; Cricket XI. 1835-6 ; left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1840 ; M.A. 1843 ; C.U. Cricket XL 1837-9 ; C.U. VIII. 1840 ; 

Barrister, 1841 ; of Cornelyn, Beaumaris ; J.P. and D.L. Anglesey 

(High Sheriff, 1864) ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions. DIED Dec. 18th, 

1897. 
Mills, William (H.B.), son of F. R. Mills, Esq., Harrow. Monitor, 1838; 

Lyon Scholar, 1839 ; Cricket XI. 1837-8 ; Capt. 1839 ; left 1839 2 . 

Scholar of St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846; C.U. 

Cricket XI. 1840-3 ; Barrister, 1847 ; on Staff of Law Reports, 1857 ; 

editor of various law books. DIED Sept. 22nd, 1877. 

Ommanney, George Druce Wynne (The Head Master's), son of Sir F. M. 
Ommanney, 21, Norfolk Street, W. Monitor, 1837 ; Lyon Scholar, 
1838; left 1838 3 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842; M.A. 
1845 ; P.C. of Queen Charlton, Somerset, 1858-62 ; Vicar of Draycot, 
Somerset, 1875-88 ; Prebendary of Wells ; author of "A Critical 
Dissertation on the Athanasian Creed," and other works. DIED 
April 20th, 1902. 

Philip, Alexander John Wilson (Druries), son of Dr. W. Philip, Worcester. 
Left 1832 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1848. 

Seally, Cuthbert Thornhill (Mrs. Leith's). Cricket XL 1834; left 1834. 
Haileybury Coll. 1835 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1836 ; Magistrate of Chittagong. 
DIED in India, Aug. 5th, 1847. 

Smith, Henry ( The Park). Left 1836 3 . 

Strange, Alexander ( The Head Master's), son of Sir T. A. L. Strange, Madras. 

Left 1833 3 . Joined 7th Madras Cavalry, 1834 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 

1861 ; employed on the Trigonometrical Survey of India ; Inspector 

of Scientific Instruments for India, 1862 ; F.R.S. ; F.R.A.S. ; F.R.G S- 

DIED March 9th, 1876. 

White, Henry Dalrymple ( The Head Master's), son of Admiral Sir J. C. White, 
K.C.B. Left 1832 2 . Joined 6th Dragoons, 1838 ; retired as Gen. 
1881 ; served in the Crimea (present at Balaclava, Inkerman, Tcher- 
naya, and Sebastopol ; medal with 3 clasps, Legion of Honour, 4th 
Class Medjidie, and Turkish and Sardinian medals) ; K.C.B. ; Col. 
6th Dragoons. DIED March 1886. 



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Williams, Arthur Wellesley (The Head Master's), son of Sir R. Williams, 
9th Bart., of Penrhyn. Left 1834. Joined 10th Hussars ; after- 
wards in 12th Lancers and 77th Regt. ; retired as Major ; served in 
the Kaffir War, 1851-3 (medal), and in the Crimea (present at siege 
of Sebastopol ; medal with clasp and Turkish medal). DIED Nov. 17th, 
1891. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1832. 

Bagwell, Edward (Druries), son of the Very Rev. R. Bagwell, Dean of Clogher. 
Left 1835. Joined 4th Hussars ; transferred to 3rd Dragoon Guards ; 
retired as Capt. ; of Greenfield, Tipperary ; Vice-Lieut, of Tipperary 
(High Sheriff, 1856) ; Lieut.-Col. Tipperary Militia ; assumed the 
additional name of Purefoy, 1846. DIED July 2nd, 1883. 

Bailey, Richard (Mr. Evans'), son of Sir J. Bailey, 1st Bart. Left 1833 2 . 
Of Nant-y-Glo, Monmouthshire. DIED at Dijon, April 14th, 1853. 

Baxendale, Joseph Hornby ( The Head Master's and Mr. Oxenham's), son of 
J. Baxendale, Esq., Woodside, Middlesex. Monitor, 1835 ; left 1835. 
Partner in Pickford & Co., Carriers ; of Worplesdon Place, Surrey ; 
J.P. and D.L. Surrey ; F.R.G.S. DIED 1886. 

Bridgeman, Francis Orlando Henry ( The Grove), son of the Hon. O. H. Bridge- 
man (O.H.). Left 1832-3. Capt. 10th Hussars; resided at Munich, 

where he DIED, Oct. 3rd, 1895. 
Dawson, Hon. Thomas Vesey (The Head Master's), son of Richard, 2nd 

Baron Cremorne (O.H.). Left 1836 2 . Lieut.-Col. Coldstream Guards ; 

M.P. Louth, 1841-7 ; Monaghan, 1847-52. KILLED at Inkerman, 

Nov. 5th, 1854. 
Donkin, George David ( The Park), son of Gen. Sir R. Donkin, K.C.B. Left 

1833 2 . In 7th Fusiliers. KILLED by a fall from his horse in Regent's 

Park, 1837. 
Drummond, Frederick Thomas (Druries), son of J. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), 

Redenham, Hants. Left 1832 2 . Partner in Drummonds, Bankers, 

London. DIED Oct. 12th, 1877. 
Gibney, John Somerville (Druries), son of Sir J. Gibney, M.D., Old Steyne, 

Brighton. Left 1833 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb. and B.A. Trin. Coll. 

Dublin ; Vicar of St. Michael's, Lincoln, and Minor Canon of Lincoln 

Cathedral, 1845-75. KILLED by an accident at the School of Art, 

Lincoln, Jan. 6th, 1875. 
Hall, Henry (Mrs. Leith's and The Grove), son of R. Hall, Esq., Copped Hall, 

Totteridge, Herts. Left 1832 2 . Capt. 1st Madras Cavalry ; lived 

for many years in Paris. DIED Feb. 9th, 1898. 
Hawkes, John Blackburne ( The Grove), son of T. Hawkes, Esq., M.P., Himley 

House, Stafford. Left 1835. Joined 1st Dragoons Guards ; trans- 
ferred to 3rd Hussars. DIED 
Heath, Robert Amadeus (The Head Master's), son of John Benjamin (O.H.), 

1st Baron Heath, of the Kingdom of Italy. Left 1836 3 . Italian 

Merchant ; Vice-Consul for Sardinia, 1844-61 ; for Italy, 1861-79 ; 

Consul-Gen, for Italy, 1879-82 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1879 ; F.R.S. ; 

D.L. London ; Grand Officer of the Order of the Crown of Italy. 

DIED June 5th, 1882. 
Hicks, George Henry Tempest (H.B. and Druries), son of G. Hicks, Esq., 

Hill House, Acton. Left 1832-3. Of Hillgrove, Wells, and Camelot, 

Bournemouth ; assumed the name of Tempest-Hicks. DIED Feb. 21st, 

1901. 

Jeyes, Francis Ferdinando (H.B. and Mr. Mills'), son of F. Jeyes, Esq., 
Kilburn Priory, N.W. Left 1833 2 . Solicitor, 1841 ; Parliamentary 
Agent; retired 1870. DIED 



1832 1 ] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY. Ul 

Jones, David Francis (Druries), son of Mr. Serjeant D. F. Jones, Marton Hall, 
Salop. Assumed the name of Atcherley, 1834 ; left 1835. Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; of Marton Hall ; J.P. Flintshire ; J.P. and D.L. 
Salop (High Sheriff, 1864). DIED May 3rd, 1887. 

Loyd, Lewis Kirkman (The Grove), son of W. Loyd, Esq., Clapham Road, 
S.W. Left 1833 3 . DIED July 7th, 1841. 

Lythe, John Botterill ( H.B.). Left 18322. 

Lythe, Matthew William (H.B.). Left 1832 2 . 

Milbank, Mark William Vane (The Grove), son of M. Milbank, Esq. (O.H.), 
Thorp Perrow, Bedale. Left 1835. In 2nd Dragoons ; of Thorp 
Perrow ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED Oct. 6th, 1883. 

Newport, Orlando George Charles, Viscount (The Grove), son of George, 2nd 
Earl of Bradford (O.H.). Left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1840 ; 
M.P. S. Salop, 1842-65 ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1865 ; Vice-Chamberlain 
of the Household in 1852 and 1858-9 ; Lord Chamberlain, 1866-8 ; 
Master of the Horse, 1874-80 and 1885-6 ; Lord-Lieut, of Salop ; 
well-known owner of racehorses. DIED March 9th, 1898. 

Pipon, Manaton ( The Head Master's), son of Major Pipon, Langtons, Hants. 
Left 1834 1 . Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards ; of White House, Ifield, 
Sussex ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex ; Major Sussex R.V. DIED Sept 21st, 
1881. 

Pouche"e, George John (Druries), son of L. J. Pouchee, Esq., London. Left 
1833 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; in business in London ; of 39, Tynemouth 
Road, South Tottenham. DIED about 1900. 

Reilly, John (The Park), son of J. M. Reilly, Esq., Cloon Eavin, Co. Down. 
Left 1834. Barrister and Deputy Keeper of the Rolls in Ireland. 
DIED July 1st, 1875. 

Richards, Alfred Bate (The Head Master's), son of J. Richards, Esq., M.P., 
Wassell Grove, Stourbridge. Also at Westminster and Edinburgh 
High School ; left 1832 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; Barrister, 
1845 ; well known as a Journalist, Dramatist, and Author ; Editor 
of the Daily Telegraph, and Morning Advertiser ; Sec. of the 
National and Constitutional Defence Association, 1858, and an ardent 
promoter of the Volunteer Movement. DIED June 12th, 1876. 

Roberts, George Gawen (The Park). Left 1835 1 . DIED March 12th, 1836. 

Rocke, John (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. J. Rocke, Clungunford, Aston-on- 

Clun, Salop. Left 1835. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1839 ; Banker ; of 

Clungunford ; J.P. and D.L. Salop. DIED April 3rd, 1881. 
Stracey, Edward John (The Park), son of J. Stracey, Esq., Sprowston Lodge, 

Norfolk. Left 1836 2 . Joined Scots Guards; retired as Lieut.-Col. 

1850 ; served in the Crimea (medal with 2 clasps and Turkish medal) ; 

assumed the additional name of Clitherow, 1865 ; of Boston House, 

Brentford ; J.P. Middlesex, Norfolk, Glos., and E. Riding Yorks. ; 

one of the Founders of the Four- in-Hand Club. DIED Sept. 19th, 1900. 
Valpy, Robert Harris (The Park), son of Capt. A. B. Valpy, R.N., Combe 

Lodge, Blagdon, Somerset. Left 1837 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., S.C.L. 

1841 ; of Enborne Lodge, Newbury ; J.P. Berks. ; F.R.G.S. DIED 

Dec. 18th, 1904. 
Wauchope, Andrew ( The Park), son of W. Wauchope, Esq., of Niddrie Mari- 

schall, Midlothian, N.B. Left 1833 3 . In the Army; of Niddrie 

Marischall ; J.P. and D.L. Midlothian. DIED Nov. 22nd, 1874. 
Yerburgh, Richard ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. Yerburgh, D.D., 

Sleaford Vicarage, Lines. Left 1836 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 

1840 ; Assistant Chaplain Milbank Prison, 1846-51 ; Vicar of Sleaford, 

Lines., 1851-82 ; Rector of High Bickington, Devon, 1882-6. DIED 

Aug. 24th, 1886. 



142 HARROW SCHOOL REGlSVEft. [1832 2 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1832. 

Barclay, Robert Gurney (The Grove), son of G. Barclay, Esq. Left 1835. 
Cricket XL 1835; Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED 1886. 

Broughton, Henry Arthur (Druries), son of H. A. Broughton, Esq., 12, Great 
Marlborough Street, W. Left 1833 2 . Went out to Australia. DIED 
in Australia while quite young. 

Cookson, Christopher (Mrs. Leith's), son of Col. J. Cookson, Neasham Hall, 
Darlington. Left 1836 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1840; M.A. 1843; 
Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1840. DIED Jan. 1st, 1859. 

Duff, Huntley George Gordon ( The Park), son of H. R. Duff, Esq. Cricket XI. 
1837-9 ; left 1839 2 . Of Muirtown House, Inverness. DIED May 1851. 

Ffolkes, Martin William Browne ( The Grove), son of Sir W. J. H. B. Ffolkes 
(O.H.), 2nd Bart. Left 1836 3 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., B.A. 1841 ; 
M.A. 1844 ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk. KILLED by lightning, July 24th, 
1849. 

Ffolkes, William John Browne ( The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1838 1 
Secretary to Chairman of Inland Revenue. DIED Nov. 16th, 1867. 

Fitzhugh, Godfrey William (The Grove), son of T. Fitzhugh, Esq., Flos Power, 
Denbigh. Left 1836 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1850 ; of Plas Power. 
DIED Feb. 28th, 1895. 

Fitzhugh, Thomas Lloyd (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1836 2 . In 
Grenadier Guards ; of Plas Power ; J.P. and D.L. Denbigh (High 
Sheriff, 1859). DIED Jan. 15th, 1894. 

Gepp, Edward Francis (Mrs. Leith's and H.B.), son of G. A. Gepp, Esq., 
F.R.C.S., Chelmsford. Monitor, 1836 ; left 1837 2 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1841; M.A. 1847; Vicar of High Easter, Essex, 1849; Rural 
Dean of Roding, 1884 ; J.P. Essex ; Deputy Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions, 1888. DIED April 7th, 1903. 

Gordon, Hon. Alexandera Hamilton- (The Park), son of George, 4th Earl of 
Aberdeen. Left 1834. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined Grenadier Guards, 
1834 ; retired as Gen. 1881 ; served in the Crimea (present at the Alma, 
where he distinguished himself ; medal with 4 clasps, Turkish medal, 
and 3rd Class Medjidie) ; M.P. E. Aberdeenshire, 1875-85; held 
various military commands ; Equerry to Prince Albert and Queen 
Victoria; K.C.B. DIED May 19th, 1890. 

Go wan, George Mauleverer (Druries). Left 1836 3 . Capt. 97th Regt. ; of 20, 
Beauchamp Square, Leamington. DIED July 15th, 1890. 

Harenc, Archibald Richard (The Head Master's), son of B. Harenc, Esq., 
Foots Cray, Kent. Left 1836 2 . Joined 53rd Regt. 1842 ; retired as 
Major-Gen. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at siege and capture 
of Lucknow ; medal and clasp). DIED Aug. 5th, 1884. 

Holmes, William Holmes (The Park), son of W. Holmes, Esq., M.P., Grafton 
Street, W. Left 1835 1 . In 2nd Life Guards. 

Hyder, William Augustin (The Park), son of W. Hyder, Esq., Court Lees, 
Canterbury. Left 1833 2 . Capt. 10th Hussars. DIED 

Ingram, William Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Ingram, Esq., Ades, 
Chailey, Sussex. Left 1834. Of New Grove, Petworth. DIED 
Oct. 1st, 1886. 



l832 2 -32 3 ] CHARLES VHOMAS LONGLEY. 143 

Kirkland, John Agmondisham Vesey (Mr. Drury's), son of Sir J. Kirkland, The 
Priory, Rockhampton. Left 1834 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1837 ; 
transferred to Coldstream Guards, 1838 ; retired as Major-Gn. ; 
served in the Crimea as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-Gen, at Head- 
quarters (present at the Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and siege of 
Sebastopol ; medal with 4 clasps, Sardinian and Turkish medals, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie) ; was commissioned in the autumn of 1857 
to raise the 2nd Batt. 5th Fusiliers, and, having in less than eight weeks 
procured 1,068 approved recruits, was gazetted its Lieut.-Col. 1858 ; 
of Fordel, Glenfarg, N.B. DIED March 24th, 1896. 

Morrice, Frederick Francis James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F. E. Morrice, Esq., 
Betteshanger Park, Kent. Cricket XI. 1836; left 1836 3 . Joined 
Rifle Brigade, 1838 ; retired as Capt. ; of Ditchingham Hall, Bungay ; 
J.P. Norfolk and Dorset. DIED Aug. 23rd, 1882. 

Rashleigh, Jonathan ( The Park), son of W. Rashleigh, Esq., Menabilly, Fowey, 
Cornwall. Cricket XI. 1836, but did not play at Lord's ; left 1836 2 . 
Baliiol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1840 ; of Menabilly; 
J.P. and D.L. Cornwall (High Sheriff, 1877) ; J.P. Middlesex and 
Westminster ; Chairman of Cornwall County Lunatic Asylum Com- 
mittee, 1873-85 ; represented St. Pancras on the 1st Metropolitan 
Board of Works, and was nominated a Member of the Metropolitan 
Asylums Board, 1859. DIED April 12th, 1905. 

Shiffner, George Croxton (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. Sir G. Shiffner, 
3rd Bart. Left 1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1846 ; Rector 
of Hamsey, Sussex, 1848 ; Rural Dean of Lewes ; succ. as 4th Bart. 
1863. DIED Jan. 23rd, 1906. 

Strong, Clement William (Mr. Evans'), son of the Rev. T. L. Strong (O.K.), 
Westerham, Kent. Left 1833 3 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1839; 
retired as Col. 1867 ; served in the Crimea (present at the Alma, 
Balaclava, Inkerman, where he commanded the 1st Batt. during the 
greater part of the day, and brought it out of action, and at the siege 
of Sebastopol ; medal and clasps). DIED Oct. 8th, 1869. 

Travers, Astley Cooper (The Head Master's), son of B. Travers, Esq., M.D., 
54, Green Street, Grosvenor Square, W. Left 1833 3 . Haileybury 
Coll. 1839-40 ; Bombay C.S. 1840 ; Assistant Magistrate and Collector 
of Kaira. DIED in India, June llth, 1854. 

Tufnell, Thomas Pilkington ( The Head Master's), son of J. J. Tufnell, Esq., 
Langleys, Chelmsford. Left 1838 1 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; 
M.A. 1846 ; Vicar of Wormingford, Essex, 1845-92. DIED 1892. 

Ward, Robert Edward (The Park), son of E. M. Ward, Esq., Bangor Castle, 

Belfast. Left 1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf.; joined 10th Hussars, 1839; 

retired ; of Bangor Castle, Co. Down ; J.P. and D.L. Down (High 

Sheriff, 1842). DIED Nov. 29th, 1904. 
Watts, Grafton (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Watts, Ledbury, 

Hereford. Left 1833 3 . Brasenose Coil. Oxf., B.A. 1841. 
Winder, Robert (H.B.). Left 1836 2 . 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1832. 

Atherley, George (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Atherley, Esq., Southampton. 
Left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Banker at Southampton; J.P. and 
D.L. Hants. DIED April 18th, 1883. 

Battersby, John Harford- (The Park), son of A. G. Harford-Battersby, Esq., 
Falcondale, Lampeter. Left 1835. Baliiol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; 
M.A. 1846 ; of Falcondale ; J.P. and D.L. Glos. and Cardigan (High 
Sheriff, 1855) ; assumed the name of Harford. DIED Feb. llth, 1875. 



144 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1832 3 

Sevan, George Innes ( The Park), son of the Rev. G. Bevan, Godmanchester. 
Left 1834. Banker at Huntingdon : J.P. Suffolk and Hants. DIED 

1884. 

Dalrymple, John Hamilton (Druries), son of N. Dalrymple, Esq., 9th Earl of 
Stair, 1853. Previously at Loretto ; left 1835 2 . Joined Scots Guards, 
1836 ; retired as Capt. ; M.P. Wigtownshire, 1841-56 ; Viscount 
Dalrymple, 1853 ; succ. as 10th Earl, 1864 ; High Commr. to the 
Church of Scotland, 1869-71 ; Lord-Lieut, of Cos. Wigtown and Ayr ; 
Chancellor of Glasgow Univ. ; Gov. of the Bank of Scotland ; K.T. 
DIED Dec. 2nd, 1903. 

Deffell, George Hibbert (The Grove), son of J. H. Deffell, Esq., 38, Upper 
Harley Street, W. Cricket XI. 1836-7 ; left 1837 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1845 ; Barrister, 1846 ; went out to N.S. Wales, 
where he became Commr. of Court of Claims, 1856 ; Master in Equity 
Supreme Court, 1857 ; Chief Commr. of Insolvents, 1869 ; Puisne Judge 
of the Supreme Court, 1888 ; retired, 1890. DIED Sept. 21st, 1895. 

de Vitre, James Denis (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. D. de Vitre, Esq., Bombay C.S. 
Left 1833 1 . In 26th Bombay N.I. ; served in the Persian War, 1840. 
DIED March 1869. 

Fairholme, William (The Head Master's), son of G. Fairholme, Esq., Green- 
knowe, Berwick. Left 1833 3 . Joined 71st Regt. ; subsequently in 
74th Highlanders ; of Chapel-on-Leader, Berwick ; J.P. and D.L. 
Berwick. DIED March 1868. 

Fergusson, James William (The Grove), son of J. H. Fergusson, Esq., of 
Trochraigue, Ayrshire. Sayer Scholar, 1835; left 1835. Caius Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1841 ; Barrister, 1847. DIED June 22nd, 1867. 

Galloway, John James ( The Park), son of Sir A. Galloway, K.C.B. Left 1834. 

Grant, Peter Charles (H.B.). Left 1835. Joined 68th Regt.; transferred 
to Bombay Army. DIED 

Lowe, Francis (The Head Master's), son of W. Lowe, Esq., 2, Tanfield Court, 
Temple, E.C. Left 1833 2 . Solicitor, 1839 ; Partner in R. M. & F. 
Lowe, Temple Gardens ; retired 1886 ; of Middlewych, St. Albans. 
DIED June 9th, 1891. 

MacDonald, Sir Archibald Keppell, Bart. ( The Grove), son of Sir J. MacDonald, 
M.P., 2nd Bart. Succ. as 3rd Bart. 1832 ; Page of Honour to Wil- 
liam IV. ; left 1836 2 . Joined Scots Fusilier Guards ; retired as Capt. 
1849 ; Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. 
(High Sheriff, 1865) ; J.P. Surrey. DIED March 28th, 1901. 

Portal, Melville (The Park), son of J. Portal, Esq., Freefolk Priors, Hants. 
Monitor, 1836 ; left 1837 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1844 ; 
Barrister, 1845 ; of Laverstoke House, Hants. ; M.P. N. Hants. 1849- 
57 ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High Sheriff, 1863) ; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions. DIED Jan. 24th, 1904. 

Repton, George William John (The Grove), son of G. S. Repton, Esq., Norfolk 
Street, Park Lane, W. Left 1835. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; M.P. St. Albans, 
1841-52 ; Warwick, 1852-68 and 1874-85. DIED Aug. 30th, 1906. 

Seymour, Charles Frederic (The Head Master's), son of J. R. Seymour, Esq., 
Inholmes, Berks. Cricket XI. 1834; left 1834. Univ. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1849 ; Rector of Winchfield, Hants., 1849-90. DIED 
Jan. 24th, 1897. 

Shelley, Percy Florence ( The Grove), son of P. B. Shelley, Esq., the Poet. Left 
1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1841 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1844 ; J.P. 
and D.L. Sussex (High Sheriff, 1865) ; Capt. Sussex Militia. DIED 
Dec. 5th, 1889. 



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Slater, James Henry (Druries), son of J. H. Slater, Esq. (O.H.), Newick Park, 
Lewes. Left 1834 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; of Newick Park ; J.P., D.L., 
and Aid. C.C. Sussex ; assumed the name of Sclater. DIED Nov. 24th, 

1897. 

Smith, Nathaniel ( The Head Master's), son of N. Smith, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 
1836 3 . In the Army. DIED in the W. Indies, Jan. llth, 1842. 

Smith, Thomas Chaloner ( The Park), son of T. Smith, Esq., Ramsbury Manor, 
Wilts. Cricket XL 1837; left 1837. In llth Hussars; Barrister, 
1843 ; of Russley Park and Chilton House, Hungerford ; J.P. Wilts. 
DIED 1886. 

Story, Philip William (The Head Master's), son of J. B. Story, Esq., Locking- 
ton, Leicester. Left 1833 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1840; Vicar of 
Fawsley, Northants., 1853-98. DIED Aug. 27th, 1898. 

Tower, Ferdinand Ernest (Mrs. Leith's), son of C. T. Tower, Esq. (O.K.), Weald 
Hall, Brentwood. Monitor, 1838 ; left 1839 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; Vicar of Earl Shilton-cum-Elmsthorpe, Leics. 
1854-82; Rector of Guildford, 1882-5; Fellow of Lancing Coll. 
DIED 1885. 

Vivian, John Vivian ( The Park), son of J. Vivian, Esq., Pencalenick, Cornwall. 
Left 1835. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844; Rector of 
Cardynham, Cornwall, 1845-73. DIED 1873. 

Wade, Thomas Francis (Druries), son of Col. T. F. Wade, C.B., 42nd High- 
landers. Monitor, 1836 ; left 1837 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 81st 
Regt. 1838 ; transferred to 42nd Highlanders, 1839 ; to 98th Regt. 
1841 ; retired 1847 ; served in the Chinese War of 1842 (present at 
Chin Kiang Fu and Nanking) ; appointed Interpreter to Garrison of 
Hong Kong, 1843 ; continued to hold various appointments in China 
for more than 40 years ; Minister at Pekin, 1871-83 ; Professor of 
Chinese at Cambridge Univ. 1888-95; G.C.M.G. ; K.C.B. DIED 
July 31st, 1895. 

Wills, Thomas George (The Park), son of W. R. Wills, Esq., Willsgrove, 
Roscommon. Left 1834 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Willsgrove ; J.P. and 
D.L. Roscommon (High Sheriff, 1843) ; assumed the additional name 
of Sandford, 1847. DIED April 13th, 1887. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1833. 

Armitage, Edward Henry (The Park), son of E. Armitage, Esq., Charlton 
Kings, Glos. Left 1839 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847; 
Curate of St. Alkmund's, Derby, 1844-8. DIED 1885. 

Bowen, Richard Parry (The Head Master's), son of R. Bowen, Esq., London. 
Left 1833 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. 

Bromley, William (Mrs. Leith's), son of Sir R. H. Bromley, 3rd Bart. DIED 
Dec. 23rd, 1836. 

Cooke, Christopher (The Head Master's). Left 1835 3 . Solicitor, 1844; of 
12, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane ; retired 1857. DIED 

Dickins, Francis (Druries), son of the Rev. W. W. Dickins, Adisham, Wing- 
ham. Left 1838 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Musician. DIED about 1877. 

Drummond, John William (Druries), son of J. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), 
Redenham, Hants. Left 1835 1 . DIED 1851. 

Edgcombe, Charles Yorke (H.B.), son of F. Edgcombe, Esq., Victualling 
Board, Somerset House, W.C. Left 1835. Joined 1st Dragoons, 1837 ; 
retired 1840. DIED Nov. 16th, 1840. 

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Mills, Henry ( H. B.), son of the Rev. W. Mills, Harrow. Left 1834 2 . Entered 
H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service, 1840; retired as Major-Gen. 1876; served 
in the Afghan War, 1841-2 (present at retaking of Ghuznee ; medal), 
in the Gwalior War (present at battle of Maharajpur ; medal), and in 
the Sikh War, 1849 (present at Moodkee and Ferozeshah ; medal and 
2 clasps). DIED April 1893. 

Murray, Francis Henry (The Grove], son of Dr. G. Murray (O.K.), Bishop of 
Rochester. Left 1835. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 
1844 ; Rector of Chislehurst, 1846 ; Hon. Canon of Canterbury and 
Rural Dean of West Dartford ; author of various religious works. 
DIED Oct. llth, 1902. 

Murray, George Edward (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1835. Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1841-4; Rector of South- 
fleet, Kent, 1843-54. DIED Sept. 28th, 1854. 

Napier, Charles Walter Albyn ( The Head Master's), son of G. M. B. Napier, 
Esq. (O.H.), Pennard House, Shepton Mallet. Cricket XL 1834-6; 
Capt. 1836; left 1836 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1839; O.U. Cricket XL 
1838-9 ; Vicar of Evercreech, Somerset, 1843-50 ; Rector of Wiston, 
Sussex, 1850-1905 ; Rural Dean of Storrington, and Prebendary of 
Chichester. DIED Dec. 23rd, 1908. 

Poynder, Edmund Samuel, son of T. Poynder, Esq., Hilmarton Manor, Calne. 
Left 1833 1 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; of Hilmarton Manor. DIED 
March 25th, 1878. 

Poynder, William Henry (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1838 1 . Of 
Hartham Park, Wilts. ; J.P. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1 876). DIED Aug. 3rd, 
1880. 

Remmett, George (H.B.), son of R. Remmett, Esq., 37, Bedford Square, W.C. 
Left 1837. DIED May llth, 1841. 

Rolls, Alexander (Druries), son of J. Rolls, Esq., The Hendre, Monmouthshire. 
Left 1834. Gottingen Univ. ; Major 4th Dragoon Guards ; of Croft- 
y-Bwla, Monmouth ; J.P. and D.L. Monmouth ; Major Monmouth 
Militia. DIED April 22nd, 1882. 

Scobell, Edward Calvert (Druries), son of Captain E. Scobell, R.N., Poltair, 
Cornwall. Left 1834. Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 17th Lancers. DIED 
July 30th, 1853. 

Sharp, Richard Palmer (The Head Master's), son of R. Sharp, Esq., Apps 
Court, Surrey. Left 1835. Lieut.-Col. 72nd Highlanders. DIED 
July 4th, 1863. 

Smith, Ramsay Hankey (The Head Master's), son of W. T. Smith, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S. Cricket XI. 1834-5 ; left 1835. Capt. 14th Regt. DIED 
March llth, 1848. 

Swayne, Henry James Fowle ( The Park), son of J. Swayne, Esq., Wilton, Wilts. 
Left 1837 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., S.C.L. 1842; Barrister, 1845; Re- 
corder of Wilton ; J.P. and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Wilts. 
DIED 1892. 

Weston, Plowden Charles J. (The Park). Left 1837. 

Woodward, Thomas Mason (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. Woodward, Esq., Uck- 
field, Sussex. Left 1836 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; lived in Sussex. 

Yatman, John Augustus (Druries), son of W. Yatman, Esq., Norfolk Crescent, 
W. Left 1835. Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1839; M.A. 1846; Curate of 
Kirksmeaton, Yorks ; subsequently of Winscombe, Woodborough, 
Somerset ; J.P. Somerset. DIED Aug. 16th, 1894. 



1833*] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY 147 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1833, 

Acland, Peter Leopold Dyke (The Park), son of Sir T. D. Acland (O.K.), 10th 
Bart. Left 1835. Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1844 ; L.Th. 
Durham, 1843 ; Vicar of Broad Clyst, Exeter, 1845-96 ; Prebendary 
and Sub-Dean of Exeter. DIED Oct. 24th, 1899. 

Allfrey, Frederic William (The Grove), son of E. Allfrey, Esq., Salehurst, 
Sussex. Left 1835. .F. W. Allfrey, Esq., Staribury Park, Beading. 

Auber, Henry Peter (The Head Master's), son of Capt. H. P. Auber. Left 
1835 2 . Solicitor, 1841 ; practised at Bridgwater and N. Petherton, 
Somerset. DIED May 15th, 1883. 

Bouverie, Philip Pleydell- ( The Grove), son of the Hon. P. Pleydell-Bouverie 
(O.H.), Brymore, Bridgwater. Monitor, 1838 ; left 1838 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842 ; M.A. 1846 ; Partner in Ransom, Bouverie & 
Co., Bankers ; of Brymore ; J.P. and D.L. Somerset (High Sheriff, 
1878). DIED March 10th, 1890. 

Butler, Lord Richard Molesworth Wandesford ( The Grove), son of James, 1st 
Marquis of Ormonde. Left 1833 3 . DIED Feb. 3rd, 1838. 

Cunningham, Samuel (The Head Master's), son of S. Cunningham, Esq., 41, 
Harley Street, W. Left 1835. DIED in Jamaica about 1848. 

Dawson, George Beresford ( The Park), son of the Right Hon. G. R. Dawson 
(O.K.). Moyola Park, Londonderry. Left 1835. In the Rifle 
Brigade ; some time on Staff of the Gov. of Canada. DIED April 21st, 
1845. 

Dawson, Henry (Mrs. Leith's), brother of the above. Left 1835. Balliol 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1846; Rector of Great Munden, Herts., 
1846-63. DIED Jan. 10th, 1863. 

Drake, Thomas Tyrwhitt- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Tyrwhitt-Drake, Esq.> 
Shardeloes, Amersham. Left 1836 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Shardeloes ; 
J.P. and D.L. Bucks. (High Sheriff, 1859). DIED July 24th, 1888. 

Esdaile, William Clement Drake ( The Park), son of E. J. Esdaile, Esq., Cothel- 
stone House, Somerset. Left 1837. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1846 ; 
of Burley Manor, Ringwood ; J.P. and Chairman Quarter Sessions, 
Hants. ; a Verderer of the New Forest ; Lieut. -Col. Hants. Militia. 
DIED Dec. 5th, 1899. 

Fitzgerald, Henry Thomas George (The Head Master's), son of Col. T. G. 
Fitzgerald, Maperton House, Wincanton. Left 1835. Joined 1st Life 
Guards, 1837 ; of Maperton House ; J.P. Somerset. DIED May 1890. 

FitzHerbert, Anthony ( The Grove), son of Sir H. FitzHerbert, 3rd Bart. Left 
1835. DIED May llth, 1855. 

Fleeming, John Elphinstone- ( The Head Master's}, son of Admiral the Hon. C. 
Elphinstone-Fleeming, M.P. Left 1834. Joined 6th Dragoons ; 
transferred to 17th Lancers ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; succ. as 14th 
Baron Elphinstone, 1860. DIED Jan. 13th, 1861. 

Glyn, Douglas Robert (The Grove), son of T. C. Glyn, Esq., 38, Bedford Place, 
W.C. Monitor, 1838 ; Cricket XL 1838-9 ; left 1839 2 . Univ. Coll. 
Oxf. ; Barrister, 1850 ; of Sutton Montis, Somerset. DIED Aug. 18th, 
1881. 

Goddard, Ambrose Lethbridge (The Head Master's), son of A. Goddard, Esq., 
M.P., Swindon. Left 1836 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb. ; in 14th Hussars ; 
of The Lawn, Swindon; M.P. Cricklade, 1847-68 and 1874-80; J.P. 
and D.L. Wilts. DIED Nov. 15th, 1898. 

Goodhart, Charles Emanuel (The Grove), son of E. Goodhart, Esq., Langley 
Park, Beckenham. Left 1835. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; of Langley 
Park, Beckenham ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED July 22nd, 1903. 



148 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1833 2 

Hope, Alexander James Beresford (H.B.), son of T. Hope, Esq., Deepdene, 
Surrey. Monitor, 1836 ; Lyon Scholar, 1837 ; left 183 7 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; English and Latin Declamation Prizes and University Prize 
for Latin Verse, 1841 ; B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1844 ; D.C.L. 1848 ; assumed 
the name of Beresford-Hope, 1854, on succ. to the English estates of 
William, Viscount Beresford; M.P. Maidstone, 1841-52 and 1857-9; 
Stoke, 1865-8 ; Camb. Univ. 1868-87 ; P.C. ; of Bedgebury Park, 
Cranbrook ; author of various novels and ecclesiastical works ; Pro- 
prietor of the Saturday Review ; built All Saints' Church, Margaret 
Street, at his own expense ; Trustee of the British Museum and 
National Portrait Gallery. DIED Oct. 20th, 1887. 

Leslie, Charles Powell ( The Head Master's), son of Col. C. P. Leslie, Glaslough, 
Co. Monaghan. Left 183 6 2 . Of Glaslough ; M.P. Monaghari, 1842-71 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Monaghan ; Col. Monaghan Militia. DIED June 26th, 
1871. 

Lloyd, Thomas Davies ( The Grove), son of T. Lloyd, Esq., Bronwydd, Cardigan. 
Left 1837. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in 13th Hussars ; served in Canada with 
82nd Regt. ; M.P. Cardiganshire, 1865-8 ; Cardigan District, 1868-74 ; 
created a Bart. 1863 ; J.P. and D.L. Cardigan, Carmarthen, and 
Pembroke ; 23rd Lord of the Barony of Kernes " by right of tenure," 
and the last Lord Marcher in the Kingdom ; direct lineal representative 
of Martin de Tours, who accompanied William the Conqueror to 
England. DIED July 21st, 1877. 

Milbank, Frederick Acclom (The Grove), son of M. Milbank, Esq. (O.K.), 
Thorp Perrow, Bedale. Left 1834 1 . Joined 79th Highlanders, 1837 ; 
retired 1840; M.P. N. Riding Yorks., 1865-85; N. Riding Yorks. 
(Richmond), 1885-6 ; created a Bart. 1882 ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding 
Yorks. and Durham (High Sheriff, 1851). DIED April 28th, 1898. 

Morgan, Herbert (The Grove). Left 1836 2 . 

Paris, Thomas Clifton (The Head Master's), son of J. A. Paris, Esq., M.D., 
President R.C.P. Cricket XI. 1837 ; left 1837. Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844; Barrister, 1842; District Registrar of the 
Court of Probate at Hereford, 1872-1908 ; of Tupsley, Hereford; author 
of " Letters from the Pyrenees," etc. ; compiler and editor of Murray's 
Handbooks for Devon, Cornwall, Wilts., Dorset, Somerset, and Switzer- 
land, 1851-74 ; exhibited in R.A. 1854. DIED Dec. 1908. 

Paterson, William Smoult (The Grove). Cricket XL 1835-6; left 1836 2 . 
Haileybury Coll. 1838-9; H.E.I.C.S. 1840-72; of Monkswood, near 
Ayr. DIED June 8th, 1892. 

Platt, Charles (Mrs. Leith's), son of Sir T. J. Platt (O.H.), Baron of the Ex- 
chequer. Monitor, 1838; left 1840 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844; 
M.A. 1863 ; Barrister, 1852 ; Clerk of Assize, South Eastern Circuit. 
DIED July 7th, 1902. 

Round, Edmund (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Round, Esq., Danbury Park, 
Essex. Left 1835. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1844 ; 
Barrister, 1845 ; Banker at Chelmsford ; J.P. Essex. DIED Dec. 24th, 
1891. 

Sapte, William (The Grove), son of F. Sapte, Esq., Codicote Lodge, Welwyn, 
Herts. Left 1836 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined Madras Cavalry, 1841 ; 
retired as Capt, 1859. DIED April 21st, 1906. 

Sotheby, Charles William Hamilton (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Admiral C. 
Sotheby, Sewardstone, Essex. Left 1837. Joined 60th Rifles, 1838 ; 
retired as Capt. 1854 ; served in India and at the Cape ; Major Middle- 
sex Militia. DIED at Government House, Antigua, W. Indies, whilst 
yachting, March 23rd, 1887. 



1833 2 -33 3 ] CHARLES THOMAS LONGLEY. 149 

Walters, David (Mr. O^enham's), son of J. W. Walters, Esq., Barnwood 

Court, Gloucester. DIED 1834. 
Wright, Alfred (H.B.). Left 1836 3 . 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1833. 

Armytage, George (Mr. Oxenham's) son of J. Armytage, Esq. (O.H.), Heath 

Hall, Wakefield. Previously at Rugby; succ. as 5th Bart. 1836; 

left 1837. Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding Yorks. DIED 

March 9th, 1899. 
Barclay, Thomas George (The Grove), son of C. Barclay, Esq., Bury Hill, 

Dorking. Left 1836 2 . Partner in Barclay, Perkins & Co., Brewers ; 

of Lower Woodside, Hatfield ; J.P. Herts. DIED Nov. 25th, 1894. 
Blackett, John Fenwick Burgoyne (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. Blackett, Esq., 

Wylam Hall, Northumberland. Monitor, 1838 ; left 1838 2 . Ch. Ch. 

Oxf., B.A. 1842 ; M.A. and Fellow of Merton Coll. 1845 ; of Wylam 

Hall ; M.P. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1852-6. DIED at Villeneuve'-sur- 

Yonne, France, April 25th, 1856. 
Bromley, William Davenport- (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. 

Davenport-Bromley, Wootton Hall, Staffs. Left 1834. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 

of Bagginton Hall, Coventry ; M.P. N. Warwicks. 1864-84 ; Col. 

Staffs. Yeomanry ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; well-known sportsman ; 

author of " Sport " ; assumed the name of Bromley-Davenport, 1867. 

DIED June 15th, 1884. 
Browne, Geoffrey Dominick Augustus Frederick (The Park), son of the 

Right Hon. D. Browne, M.P., 1st Baron Oranmore and Browne, 1836. 

Left 1834. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; succ. as 2nd Baron, and assumed 

the additional name of Guthrie, 1860; Rep. Peer (I.), 1869. DIED 

Nov. 15th, 1900. 
Buckingham, Richard Snow Mortimer ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. 

Buckingham, Burrington Vicarage, Chulmleigh, Devon. Previously 

at Rugby ; left 1835 1 . Trin. Coll. and Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843. 

DIED in Jersey, Dec. 23rd, 1846. 
Carvick, James Mayer (Mrs. Leith's), son of T. Carvick, Esq., Wyke, Yorks. 

Left 1836 1 . Capt. 78th Highlanders ; of Wyke, Yorks., and Moat 

Mount, Middlesex. DIED July 2nd, 1851. 

Currer, John Richardson ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. D. R. Currer 
(O.H.), Gledstone, near Skipton. Monitor, 1838 ; Lyon Scholar, 1838 ; 
Cricket XI. 1838; left 1838 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. DROWNED by the 
upsetting of a skiff near Sandford Lasher, Oxford, Feb. 6th, 1840. 

Dering, Heneage William ( The Grove), son of C. C. W. Dering, Esq., Ayott St. 
Lawrence, Herts. Left 1833 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. Brighton. DIED 
May 21st, 1902. 

Distin, John William Brookfleld (The Grove), son of J. Distin, Esq., Paignton, 
Devon. Left 1836 2 , migrating to Shrewsbury with Mr. Kennedy. 
Scholar of Jesus Coll. Camb. ; migrated to Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1842 ; M.A. 1846 ; in Holy Orders ; resided for many years at Paign- 
ton. DIED June 1903. 

Domville, William Henry ( The Head Master's), son of Sir W. Domville, 2nd 
Bart. Left 1835 3 . Solicitor, 1845 ; retired, 1875 ; of 15, Gloucester 
Crescent, Hyde Park. DIED Jan. 8th, 1898. 

Donovan, Richard (The Park), son of R. Donovan, Esq., Ballymore, Camolin, 
Co. Wexford. Left 1837 1 . Trin. Coll. Dublin ; of Ballymore ; J.P. 
and D.L. Wexford (High Sheriff, 1857) ; Provincial Grand Master of 
the Masonic Province of Wicklow and Wexford ; Capt. Wexford 
Militia. DIED June 24th, 1884. 



150 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1833 3 

Edwardes, Hon. Thomas (The Head Master's), son of William, 2nd Baron 
Kensington. Cricket XI. 1836; left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1844; Rector of Brougham, Westmorland, 1846-63; of Belshford, 
Lines., 1863-96. DIED Dec. 8th, 1896. 

Faithfull, Valentine Grantham (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. F. J. Faithfull, 
Hatfield Rectory, Herts. Left 1834. C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 
1846 ; Assistant Clergyman at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Edin- 
burgh, 1848-51 ; Incumbent of Trinity Episcopal Church, Edinburgh, 
1851-88. DIED 1894. 

FitzHerbert, John Knight ( The Grove), son of Sir H. FitzHerbert, 3rd Bart. 
Cricket XI. 1838, but unable to play at Lord's owing to a severe 
accident ; left 1838 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., 33rd Wrangler ; B.A. 
1843; M.A. 1846; Capt. in the British-Italian Legion, 1855; of 
Twynham, Bournemouth ; J.P. Hants. DIED July 29th, 1894. 

Franks, William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Franks, Esq. (O.K.), Woodhill, 
Hatfield. Left 1835. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1842; M.A. 1846; 
Barrister, 1846 ; Official Private Sec. to the Marquis of Salisbury in 
1852 and 1858-9; J.P. Middlesex and Herts.; D.L. Herts.; Capt. 
Herts. Militia. DIED Feb. 8th, 1879. 

Fyler, James (The Head Master's), son of J. C. Fyler, Esq., Heffleton, Dorset. 
Left 1836 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; Rector of Siddington, Glos., 
1855-61 ; of Windlesham, Surrey, 1861-78 ; of Woodlands, Windle- 
sham. DIED July 22nd, 1897. 

Galloway, William (The Park), son of Sir A. Galloway, K.C.B. Left 1834. 
Haileybury Coll. 1837-8; H.E.I.C.S. 1838-59; Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector of Hissar. DIED March 24th, 1864. 

Grant, Walter Colquhoun ( The Park), son of Col. C. Grant, Chief of the In- 
telligence Department in the Peninsular War. Left 1836 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards ; Capt. Commandant of the 
Mounted Staff Corps attached to the Army serving in Turkey, 1854. 
DIED in India, Aug. 27th, 1861. 

Karslake, Preston (H.B.), son of H. Karslake, Esq., Harrow. Left 1838 2 . 
Solicitor, 1846 ; of White Knights, Reading. DIED July 21st, 1892. 

Leslie, Arthur ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. J. Leslie, Bishop of Kilmore, 
Elphin, and Ardagh. Left 1837 1 . Joined 40th Regt. 1838; retired 
as Col. 1864 ; commanded the Regt. during the war in New Zealand, 
1860-4; C.B. DIED Sept. 12th, 1878. 

Lewis, William Bond (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Lewis (O.H.), 
Abbots Langley, Herts. Left 1835. In 55th Regt. DIED in Jamaica, 
Sept. 25th, 1837. 

Lindsey, Richard Alexander ( The Head Master's), son of T. S. Lindsey, Esq., 
Hollymount, Co. Mayo. Left 1834. In the Army. DIED before 1867. 

Marjoribanks, Dudley Coutts (The Head Master's), son of E. Marjoribanks, 
Esq., Stanmore Park, Middlesex. Left 1836 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Bar- 
rister, 1848 ; Partner in Coutts' Bank and in Meux & Co., Brewers ; 
M.P. Berwick, 1853-68 and 1874-81 ; created a Bart. 1866, and Baron 
Tweedmouth, 1881 ; Director H.E.I.C. DIED March 4th, 1894. 

Meynell, Hugo Francis (The Grove), son of H. C. Meynell, Esq. (O.K.), Temple 
Newsam, Whitkirk. Left 1837. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Temple Newsam 
and Hoar Cross, Staffs. ; M.P. W. Staffs., 1868-71 ; J.P. and D.L. Staffs. 
and Derby ; D.L. W. Riding Yorks. ; assumed the additional name of 
Ingram, 1841. DIED May 26th, 1871. 

Moncreiffe, Sir Thomas, Bart. ( The Grove), son of Sir D. Moncreiffe, 6th Bart. 
Succ. as 7th Bart. 1830; left 1836 2 . Joined Scots Guards; trans- 
ferred to Grenadier Guards ; retired, 1842 ; Col. Porth Militia. DIED 
Aug. 16th, 1879. 



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Pattullo, Henry Erskine (The Park), son of Capt. A. E. Pattullo, Madras 
Cavalry. Left 1834. In Bombay Fusiliers. 

Pattullo, James Brodie ( The Park), brother of the above. Left 1834. Joined 
30th Regt. 1840 ; Lieut.-Col. 1855 ; C.B. FELL in the attack on the 
Redan, Sept. 8th, 1855. 

Peyton, Joseph John Wakehurst (Druries). Left 1835. In 2nd Life Guards ; 
of Wakehurst Place, Cuckfield. DIED Aug. 12th, 1844. 

Stewart, John Henry Fraser (Druries). Left 1837. Haileybury Coll. 1838-40 ; 
Bombay C.S. 1840 ; retired, 1841. DIED many years ago. 

Symons, Thomas George (The Grove), son of T. H. Symons, Esq., Mynde Park, 
Hereford. Left 1836 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; in 4th Dragoon Guards ; 
of Mynde Park ; J.P. and D.L. Hereford. DIED Nov. 15th, 1868. 

Trower, Arthur (The Head Master's), son of G. Trower, Esq., 13, Russell 
Square, W.C. Left 1837 2 . Lincoln Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1842; M.A. 
1849; Rector of St. Mary-at-Hill, E.C., 1874-91. DIED 1891. 

Wright, William (H.B.). Left 1837 1 . 



ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1834. 

Buchan, Mark Wilkes (The Head Master's), son of Sir John Buchan, K.C.B., 
York Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W. DIED Sept. 10th, 1836. 

Carter, Willpughby Harcourt (The Grove), son of W. H. Carter, Esq., 59, 
Aungier Street, Dublin. Left 1837. Capt. Royal Fusiliers ; of 
Annaghkeen, Co. Galway. DIED Oct. 18th, 1900. 

Cave, Stephen ( The Head Master's and The Park), son of D. Cave, Esq., Cleve 
Hill, near Bristol. Monitor, 1838; left 1839 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. 
B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846; Barrister, 1846; of Cleve Hill ; M.P. Shore- 
ham, 1859-80 ; Paymaster-Gen. 1866-8 and 1874-80 ; Vice-Pres. 
Board of Trade, 1866-8 ; Judge Advocate-Gen. 1874-5 ; Director of 
the Bank of England ; G.C.B. DIED at Chambery, France, June 7th, 
1880. 

Harman, John (The Park), son of E. Harman, Esq., Clayhill, Enfield. Left 
1837 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; Head of Bosan- 
quet's Bank. DIED Dec. 16th, 1894. 

Maxwell, Edward Heron- (The Park), son of Sir J. S. Heron-Maxwell, 4th 
Bart. Left 1835. Of Teviot Bank, Roxburgh ; devoted himself to 
sport and agriculture ; J.P. Roxburgh ; D.L. Dumfries ; assumed 
the additional name of Blair, 1885. DIED Aug. 28th, 1890. 

Morgan, Henry Charles (The Grove). Cricket XI. 1840-1 ; left 1842 1 . Joined 

3rd Dragoons ; transferred to 1st Dragoon Guards ; retired as Capt. ; 

served in Sikh War, 1845-6 (severely wounded at Sabraon). DIED 

June 28th, 1872. 
Smith, Henry (H. B.), son of W. Smith, Esq., Harrow. Left 1837. F.R.C.S. ; 

Fellow, Associate, and Professor of Surgery, King's Coll. London ; 

Consulting Surgeon to King's Coll. Hospital, and to the Westminster 

General Dispensary ; Corresponding Fellow of the Pathological Society 

of Montreal ; Pres. of the Medical Society of London ; author of 

several surgical works. DIED March 25th, 1894. 
Strange, Charles John ( H. B.), son of Sir T. A. L. Strange, Madras. Left 1837. 

Major R. A. ; served in the Crimea (present at the siege of Sebastopol ; 

medal and clasp) ; of Drumcarn, Co. Cavan." 5 DIED Jan. 26th, 1863. 
Strange, Robert Anstruther (H.B. and Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. 

Left 1839 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; Barrister, 1846. 

DIED July 24th, 1857. 



152 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1834!-34 2 

Trevelyan, Walter Blackett (Druries), son of R. Trevelyan, Esq., Netherwitton 
Hall, Morpeth. Cricket XI. 1837-9; left 1839 2 . Scholar of Caius 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844; C.U. Cricket XI. 1842-3; Barrister, 1858; 
Bencher of Middle Temple, 1882 ; Revising Barrister, 1868-94 ; of 
The Oaks, Golders Green, Hendon. DIED Oct. 10th, 1894. 

Woodford, Adolphus Frederic Alexander (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F.-M. Sir 
A. G. Woodford, G.C.B., Gibraltar. Left 1834. Univ. Coll. Durham ; 
B.A. and L. Th. 1846 ; Rector of Swillington, Norfolk, 1847-72. DIED 

1886. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1834. 

Ames, Henry Metcalfe (The Grove), son of L. Ames, Esq., The Hyde, St. 
Albans. Left 1836 2 . Of Linden Hall, Morpeth ; J.P. and D.L. 
Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1864). DIED May 1st, 1874. 

Barclay, Hed worth David (The Grove), son of D. Barclay, Esq., Eastwick 
Park, Leatherhead. Left 1838 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Eastwick Park. 
DIED Aug. 25th, 1873. 

Campbell, Alexander (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir D. Campbell, 1st Bart., of 
Barcaldine. Left 1835 3 . Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1842 ; Sergeant-at-Arms 
to Queen Victoria ; J.P. Co. Argyll ; Capt. Argyll Militia. DIED 
Dec. llth, 1880. 

Cherry, George Charles (Druries), son of G. H. Cherry, Esq. (O.H.), Denford, 
near Hungerford. Monitor, 1838 ; Head of the School, 1839 ; Neeld 
Scholar, 1839 ; Cricket XI. 1840 ; left 1840 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1844; O.U. Cricket XI. 1841-2-3; Barrister, 1848; of Denford; 
J.P. Berks. (High Sheriff, 1871) ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions, 1885-7. 
DIED June 12th, 1887. 

Dallas, Alexander Robert ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. A. R. C. Dallas, 
Wonston Rectory, Hants. Left 1835. Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Major 
Madras Army. DIED 

Ferrers, Edmund James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. E. Ferrers, Esq., Conduit 
Street, W. Left 1836 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1839-40 ; joined 4th Madras 
Cavalry; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1864; served in the Indian Mutiny. 
DIED 1876. 

Hills, Robert Astle ( The Park), son of R. Hills, Esq. (O.K.), Colne Park, Essex. 
Left 1839 2 . Magd. Hall, Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L.Essex. DIED Aug. 25th, 
1855. 

Lautour, Edgar Frederic (Druries). Left 1836 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1837-8 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1838-65 ; Judge of Bhagalpur. DIED Feb. 7th, 1887. 

Leslie, John (The Head Master's), son of Col. C. P. Leslie, Glaslough, Co. 
Monaghan. Left 1839 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844; M.A. 1865; 
joined 1st Life Guards, 1843 ; retired, 1850 ; M.P. Monaghan, 1871-80 ; 
created a Bart. 1876 ; J.P. and D.L. Donegal and Monaghan. Sir 
J. Leslie, Bart., as above. 

Parke, William (The Head Master's), son of C. Parke, Esq., Henbury, Dorset. 
Left 1835 1 . Afterwards at Eton; joined 72nd Highlanders, 1840; 
retired as Gen. 1882 ; served in the Crimea (present with the expedi- 
tion to Kertch, and at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, medal with 
clasp; Sardinian and Turkish medals ; K.L.H. and 5th Class Medjidie) 
and in the Indian Mutiny (present at siege and fall of Kotah and 
battle of Oodeypur ; medal with clasp) ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; 
Col. Worcs. Regt. and Seaforth Highlanders ; K.C.B. ; of Thornhill, 
Stalbridge; J.P. Dorset. DIED March 29th, 1897. 



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Popham, Alexander Hugh Leyborne- (Druries), son of Gen. E. W. Leyborne- 
Popham, Littlecote Hall, Hungerford. Left 1838 1 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
of Kevinsford, Co. Sligo ; Capt. Hants. R.V. DIED May 24th, 1866. 

Poulett, Hon. Vere (Druries), son of John, 5th Earl Poulett (O.H.). Left 
1839 2 . Viscount Hinton, 1843 ; joined 68th Regt. 1848 ; Col. Somerset 
Militia. DIED Aug. 29th, 1857. 

Rashleigh, Henry Burvill (Druries), son of the Rev. G. Rashleigh (O.H.), 
Horton Kirby, Kent. Left 1837. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1842 ; 
Vicar of Horton Kirby, 1874. .Rev. H. B. Rashleigh, as above. 

Rodney, Robert Dennett (The Head Master's), son of Capt. the Hon. R. D. 
Rodney, R.N. Left 1838 1 . In Scots Fusilier Guards ; succ. as 6th 
Baron Rodney, 1846. DIED Aug. 19th, 1864. 

Stone, Mark Beaufoy (The Grove). Left 1837. Haileybury Coll. 1840-1. 
In 9th Bengal Light Cavalry. DIED in India, June 20th, 1845. 

Stone, Richard ( The Grove). Left 1837. In 1st Madras Light Cavalry. DIED 
in India, March 8th, 1842. 

Willock, Charles William (The Park), son of A. C. Willock, Esq., Royal 
Artillery. Cricket XI. 1837; left 1837. Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1843 ; M.A. 1847 ; of Burton Hill, Petworth ; assumed the additional 
name of Dawes, 1870. DIED 1900. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1834. 

Chichester, Hon. Augustus George Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Arthur, 
1st Baron Templemore (O.H.). Left 1835 1 . Joined 71st Regt. 1841 ; 
subsequently in 65th, 5th, 6th, 87th, 77th, and 16th Regts. ; retired 
as Lieut.-Gen. 1882 ; served with 6th Regt. in Kaffir War, 1847 (medal). 
DIED July 24th, 1896. 

Cleave, Benjamin Wood (Mr. Oxenham's), son of B. Cleave, Esq., Lyme, 
Dorset. Left 1838 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1846"; of 
Newcombes, Crediton ; Philanthropist ; left 10,000 to the poor of 
Credition by his will. DIED Feb. 3rd, 1888. 

Coffin, Robert Aston ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. Coffin, Brighton. 
Left 1836 2 . Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1841 ; M.A. 1843 ; Vicar 
of St. Mary's, Oxf., 1843; joined R.C. Church, 1845; Priest, 1847; 
Rector of St. Mary's, Clapham, 1855 ; Provincial, 1865 ; for many 
years Provincial of the Order of Redemptionists in the United King- 
dom ; Bishop of Southwark, 1882. DIED April 7th, 1885. 

Cole, Burton Stanley ( The Head Master's), son of S. T. Cole, Esq., Stoke Lyne, 
Oxford. Left 1838 3 . Went out to the Cape and DIED there. 

Dawson, Henry (The Park), son of the Rev. H. Dawson (O.K.), Hopton 
Rectory, East Harling. Monitor, 1838. Left 1838 1 . In 6th Dragoon 
Guards. DIED Nov. 10th, 1854. 

Fortescue, Hon. Dudley Francis (Druries), son of Hugh, 2nd Earl Fortescue. 
Left 1837 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1841 ; M.P. Andover, 1857-74 ; 
unpaid Lunacy Commr. 1867-80 ; of Summerville, Co. Waterford ; 
J.P. and D.L. Waterford (High Sheriff, 1870) ; D.L. Devon. DIED 
March 2nd, 1909. 

Goddard, John Hesketh (The Head Master's), son of A. Goddard, Esq., M.P., 
Swindon. Left 1835 1 . Major 14th Hussars. DIED in India, May 31st, 
1854. 

Hoghton, Charles Bold- (Druries), son of Sir H. Bold-Hoghton, 8th Bart. 
Left 1836 2 . Capt. 73rd Regt. ; resumed the ancient name of de 
Hoghton, 1862 ; succ. as 10th Bart. 1876. DIED April 12th, 1893. 



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Hoghton, Henry Bold- (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1835. St. 
John's Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes, and Cardigan (High Sheriff, 
1849) ; resumed the ancient name of de Hoghton, and succ. as 9th 
Bart. 1862. DIED Dec. 2nd, 1876. 

Jenner, Henry Lascelles (The Grove), son of the Right Hon. Sir H. Jenner, 
Dean of Arches. Left 1837 1 . Scholar and Prizeman of Trin. Hall, 
Camb. ; LL.B. 1841 ; D.D. 1867 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1841 ; Vicar of 
Preston, Kent, 1854-98 ; Bishop of Dunedin, N.Z., 1866-71 ; Bishop 
of the Eglise Catholique Gallicane, Paris, 1882-93. DIED Sept. 18th, 
1898. 

Morier, Greville (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. J. Morier, Esq., author of " Hajji 
Baba." Monitor, 1839 ; Head of the School, 1840 ; Cricket XI. 1840 ; 
left 1840-41 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; Clerk in Foreign Office. 
DIED Dec. 14th, 1870. 

Pownall, Assheton (The Park), son of J. Pownall, Esq., Slater Court, Liver- 
pool. Left 1838 1 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; 
Rector of South Kilworth, Leics., 1847-86 ; Archdeacon of Leicester 
and Hon. Canon of Peterborough. DIED Nov. 24th, 1886. 

Pownall, William (The Grove), son of W. J. Pownall, Esq., Liverpool. Left 
1835. Lived at Hastings. 

Pugh, Buckley (Druries). Left 1835. 

Sutton, Francis ( The Head Master's and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir R. 
Sutton, 2nd Bart. Left 1836 2 . Joined 5th Regt. 1839 ; afterwards 
in 7th Fusiliers, 6th Dragoons, and R.H.G. ; retired as Capt. 1856 ; 
J.P. Hants. DIED Nov. 26th, 1906. 

Watson, William Bryce ( The Head Master's). Left 1836 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1844. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1835. 

Anderson, William John (The Head Master's), son of W. Anderson, Esq., 
Paddington, London. Left 1839 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. 

Bailey, William Latham (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir J. Bailey, 1st Bart. Left 
1838 2 . Of Liverpool. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1875. 

Bendyshe, Nelson (The Head Master's), son of J. Bendyshe, Esq., Barrington 
Hall, Cambridge. Left 1835 3 , migrating to Shrewsbury with Mr. 
Kennedy. Settled at West Woodstock, Canada ; great-nephew of 
Lord Nelson. DIED June I4th, 1877. 

Bendyshe, Richard ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Monitor, 1839 ; 
left 1840 1 . Trin. Coll., B.A. 1847 ; M.A. 1850 ; held various curacies, 
1848-69 ; great-nephew of Lord Nelson. Rev. R. Bendyshe, Barring- 
ton Hall, Cambridge. 

Bunyon, Charles John (The Park), son of R. J. Bunyon, Esq., London. 
Monitor, 1838 ; left 1839 2 . C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; 
Barrister, 1849 ; author of several text-books on the Law of Fire and 
Life Insurance, also of " Memoirs of F. T. Macdougall, Bishop of 
Labuan, and of Harriette his Wife." DIED 1892. 

Burchell, James (The Grove), son of J. Burchell, Esq., London. Left 1836 2 , 
migrating to Shrewsbury with Mr. Kennedy. Scholar of C.C.C. Camb. 
B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; Barrister, 1847 ; of 34, Gordon Square. W.C. 
DIED April 21st, 1897. 

Cameron, Spencer (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. C. Cameron, Esq., Hampstead. 
Left 1838 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; in the Madras Army. DIED 



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Courtney, William Purley (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. J. Courtney, Sander- 
stead, Surrey. Left 1836 2 . Exeter Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxf., 
B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1846 ; in Holy Orders. DIED about 1868. 

Dendy, Arthur Hyde (Mrs. Leith's), son of S. Dendy, Esq., 6, Montague Street. 
W.C. Left 1836 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1843; M.A. 1845; Bar- 
rister, 1845 ; of Paignton, Devon. DIED Aug. 13th, 1886. 

Irby, Hon. Augustus Anthony Frederic ( The Grove), son of George, 3rd Baron 
Boston. Left 1836 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1847. DIED 
April 5th, 1870. 

Karslake, William Henry (Druries), son of H. Karslake, Esq., Harrow. Left 

1838 2 . Afterwards at Westminster ; Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Finals ; B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1852 ; Fellow, Tutor, Dean, and Librarian 
of Merton Coll. ; P.C. of St. Andrew's, Hove, 1862-6 ; Vicar of West- 
cott, Dorking, 1866-82 ; Preacher at Lincoln's Inn, 1870-80 ; after- 
wards resided at Eastbourne. DIED Nov. 26th, 1902. 

Marriott, Randolph (Druries), son of Lieut.-Gen. T. Marriott, Avonbank, 
Pershore. Left 183 7 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1841-2 ; H.E.I.Cf.S. 1843-64 ; 
Magistrate and Collector of Gorakhpur ; of South Elkington, Lincoln. 
DIED May 5th, 1889. 

Peel, Robert ( The Park), son of Sir R. Peel (O.H.), 2nd Bart. Monitor, 1839 ; 
Cricket XI. 1838-9 ; left 1840 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; entered Diplomatic 
Service, 1844 ; Attache at Madrid, and Sec. of Legation at Berne ; 
retired on succeeding as 3rd Bart. 1850 ; M.P. Tamworth, 1850-80 ; 
Huntingdon, 1884-5; Blackburn, 1885-6; Lord of the Admiralty, 
1855-7 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland, 1861-5 ; G.C.B. DIED May 9th, 1895. 

Smyth, William Henry (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Smyth, 
Elkington Hall, Louth, Lines. Left 1839 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1846 ; M.A. 1849 ; Barrister, 1849 ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. (High 
Sheriff, 1882) and N. Riding Yorks. ; High Steward of Louth. W. H. 
Smyth, Esq., as above. 

Watson, John ( The Park), son of R. Watson, Esq., Lutterworth, Leics. Left 

1838 3 . Worcester Coll. Oxf. ; Rector of Holmpton and Vicar of 
Welwick, Yorks. 1845-67. DIED April 3rd, ,1867. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1835. 

Allix, William Kent (The Head Master's), son of C. Allix, Esq. (O.H.), Wil- 
loughby Hall, Grantham. Left 1836 2 . Capt. 1st Regt. ; A.D.C. to 
Sir de Lacy Evans. KILLED at Inkerman, Nov. 5th, 1854. 

Battersby, Thomas Dundas Harford- ( The Park), son of A. G. Harford-Batters- 
by, Esq., Falcondale, Lampeter. Left 1839 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1844; M.A. 1847; Vicar of St. John's, Keswick, 1851-83; founded 
the Keswick Convention, 1875 ; Hon. Canon of Carlisle. DIED 
July 23rd, 1883. 

Cole, James Henry (The Park), son of Gen. the Hon. Sir G. L. Cole, G.C.B., 
Bentley, Hants. Left 1837. Balliol Coll, Oxf. ; Clerk in the Treasury. 
DIED Dec. 3rd, 1888. 

Court, Major Henry (Druries), son of M. H. Court, Esq., Wargrave, Berks. 
Left 1838 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1839-40 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1840-72 ; Magis- 
trate at Allahabad during the Mutiny, where he greatly distinguished 
himself ; Inspector-Gen, of Police, N.W.P., 1860-7 ; Commissioner of 
Meerut, 1867-72 ; C.S.I. ; J.P. Berks. DIED May 30th, 1891. 



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FitzRoy, Hon. Augustus Charles Lennox ( The Park), son of Henry, Earl of 
Euston (O.K.), 5th Duke of Grafton, 1844. Left 1837. Joined 60th 
Rifles, 1837 ; transferred to Coldstream Guards, 1839 ; retired as 
Gen. 1881 ; served in the Crimea (severely wounded at Inkerman ; 
medal and 3 clasps, Sardinian and Turkish medals, and 5th Class 
Medjidie) ; succ. as 7th Duke, 1882; K.G. 1883; C.B. 1873; Equerry 
to Queen Victoria, 1849-82 ; Hon. Equerry to Queen Victoria, King 
Edward VII. and King George V. since 1882 ; Hereditary Ranger of 
Whittlebury Forest. Duke of Grafton, K.G., C.B., Wake field Lodge, 
Stony Stratford. 

Forbes, Charles William (The Head Master's), son of G. Forbes, Esq., West 
Coates, Edinburgh. Left 1836 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1843 ; of 
Sandecotes, Dorset ; J.P. Wilts. DIED Dec. 6th, 1887. 

Hodgson, Christopher Pemberton (Druries), son of the Rev. E. Hodgson, The 
Vicarage, Rickmansworth. Left 1835. Vice-Consul at Pau and 
Caen (Normandy), and Consul at Nagasaki and Hakodate (Japan) ; 
author of various works of travel and poetry. DIED at Pau, Oct. llth, 
1865. 

Loftus, Lord Henry Yorke Astley (The Grove), son of John, 2nd Marquis of 
Ely. Monitor, 1840 ; Cricket XI. 1840 ; left 1840 2 . Oriel Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1843 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1841 ; Capt. Wexford Militia. 
DIED Feb. 28th, 1880. 

Mills, Harrington Stopford Thomas ( The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of tho 
Rev. T. Mills, Stutton, near Ipswich. Monitor, 1839 ; Cricket XI. 
1840; left 1840 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844; M.A. 1846; O.U. 
Cricket XI. 1841-2-3; Rector of Lawshall, Suffolk, 1858-99. DIED 
Feb. 5th, 1899. 

Pares, Thomas John Tylston (The Head Master's), son of J. T. Pares, Esq., 
Hopwell Hall, Derby. Left 1836 1 . Downing Coll. Camb. ; of Nar- 
borough Hall, Leics. DIED 

Portal, Wyndham Spencer (The Park), son of J. Portal, Esq., Freefolk Priors, 
Hants. Left 1837. R.M.C. Sandhurst ; of Malshanger and Laver- 
stoke House, Hants. ; J.P. and D.L. Hants. ; Capt. Hants. Yeo. ; 
Chairman L.&S.W.R. Co. and Waterloo and City Railway ; created 
a Baronet, 1901. DIED Sept. 14th, 1905. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1835. 

Bective, Thomas, Earl of ( The Grove), son of Thomas, 2nd Marquis of Head- 
fort (O.K.). Left 1836 2 . State Steward to Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 
in 1852; M.P. Westmorland, 1854-70; succ. as 3rd Marquis, 1870; 
Lord-Lieut, of Meath ; K.P. ; P.C. (I.). DIED July 22nd, 1894. 

Broughton, Peter (The Grove), son of P. Broughton, Esq., Tunstall Hall, 
Market Drayton. Left 1839 1 . Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards ; of 
Tunstall Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Salop and Staffs. ; Lieut.-Col. Staffs. 
Militia. DIED Sept. llth, 1881. 

Burn, Robert (The Head Master's), son of Burn, Esq., Edinburgh. Left 
1836 2 . Engaged in commerce in China, 1842. 

Colby, Robert ( The Grove), son of Col. Colby, Fynone, Newcastle Emlyn, Pem- 
brokeshire. Left 1839 2 . Clare Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1851 ; Rector of 
Ansford, Somerset, 1858-88. DIED July 1888. 

Cowper, William ( The Grove), son of Lieut.-Col. Cowper, Bombay Engineers. 
Left 1836 2 , migrating to Shrewsbury with Mr. Kennedy. Joined 
R.E. 1839 ; Capt. KILLED at Canton, Dec. 3rd, 1856. 



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Faulder, Robert Augustus (Mrs. Leith's), son of J. Faulder, Esq., Fitzroy 
Square, W.C. Left 1840 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Student of Lincoln's 
Inn, 1845 ; of Church Fields, Harrow. DIED Nov. 4th, 1906. 

Gilly, William Oetavius Shakespeare ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. Dr. 
W. S. Gilly, Norham, near Berwick. Left 1836 3 . Of Totton, South- 
ampton. DIED Aug. 10th, 1860. 

Glamis, Thomas George, Lord (The Head Master's), son of George, Lord 
Glamis. Left 1836 2 . Joined 1st Life Guards; retired 1846; succ. 
as 12th Earl of Strathmore, 1846; Rep. Peer (S.), 1852-65; well- 
known as an owner of racehorses. DIED Sept. 13th, 1865. 

Inverury, William Adrian, Lord (The Head Master's), son of Anthony, 8th 
Earl of Kintore. Left 1838 2 . In 17th Lancers. KILLED by a fall 
when hunting, Dec. 17th, 1843. 

Palmer, William James (The Grove), son of J. Palmer, Esq., The Close, Lich- 
field. Left 1839 3 . Banker. 

Seymour, Hugh Horatio (H.B), son of Col. H. H. J. Seymour (O.H. ). Monitor, 
1840 ; left 1840 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844 ; J.P. Middlesex and 
London. DIED Dec. 4th, 1892. 

Sharpe, Hercules Brabazon (Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Sharpe, Esq., Oak- 
lands, Battle. Left 1837. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1848; 
well-known amateur artist ; of Oaklands ; J.P. Sussex ; assumed 
name of Brabazon, 1845. DIED May 14th, 1906. 

Shaw, Robert (The Park), son of the Right Hon. Sir F. Shaw, 3rd Bart., of 
Terenure. Left 1837 1 . Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1847 ; 
succ. as 4th Bart. 1876 ; Lieut.-Col. Dublin Militia. DIED at Pau, 
May 16th, 1895. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1836. 

Ainslie, Henry (The Grove). Left 1836 2 , migrating with Mr. Kennedy to 
Shrewsbury. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1849 ; Vicar of 
Easingwold, Yorks., 1856-73 ; of Applethwaite, Windermere, 1873. 
DIED about 1892. 

Bridgeman, Hon. George Thomas Orlando (The Grove), son of George, 2nd Earl 
of Bradford (O.H.). Left 1840 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1845; 
Rector of Willey, Salop, 1850-3 ; of Blymhill, Staffs., 1853-64 ; of 
Wigan, Lanes., 1864-95 ; Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria ; 
Hon. Canon and Rural Dean of Liverpool. DIED Nov. 25th, 1895. 

Clerk, Robert ( The Head Master's), son of R. Clerk, Esq., Westholme, Shepton 
Mallet. Left 1838 2 . Emigrated to Australia, where he devoted 
considerable attention to improving the breed of horses, and owned 
the first pack of foxhounds ; was for many years Sergeant-at-Arms 
to the House of Assembly, Tasmania. DIED at Hobart, March 10th, 
1900. 

Grenfell, Charles William (The Park), son of C. P. Grenfell, Esq. (O.K.), 
Taplow Court, Taplow, Bucks. Left 1838 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1846; 
M.A. 1850 ; M.P. Sandwich, 1847-52 ; Windsor, 1852-9. DIED 
May 4th, 1861. 

Grenfell, Henry Riversdale (The Park), brother of the above. Left 1838 3 . 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Director of the Bank of England ; Governor, 1881-2 ; 
M.P. Stoke, 1862-8 ; Royal Commr. for inquiring into Metropolitan 
Board of Works, 1888 ; of Bacres, Henley-on-Thames ; J.P. Berks. ; 
D.L. London. DIED Sept. llth, 1902. 

Halls, John James (Druries), son of J. J. Halls, Esq., Hampstead. Left 1837 1 . 
C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1844. 



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Hamilton, Leveson Russell (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. L. Hamilton, 
Dublin. Left 1839 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1850 ; held 
various curacies in Somerset. DIED Oct. 14th, 1869. 

Haviland, John (The Head Master's), son of J. Haviland, Esq., M.D., Ditton 
Hall, Cambs. Left 1839 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 
1846; Norrisian Prize Essay, 1848; Vicar of Pampisford, Cambs., 
1845-63 ; Rector of Fladbury, Worcs., 1863-77; of Hartlebury, Worcs., 
1877-8 ; of Ditton Hall. DIED Aug. 26th, 1887. 

Hopton, Charles Edward (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Hopton, 
Canon Frome Court, Hereford. -Left 1838 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 
Welsh Fusiliers ; served in the Crimea (wounded at the Alma). DIED 
Nov. 1876. 

Jenkinson, John Henry ( The Grove), son of Dr. J. B. Jenkinson, Bishop of St. 
Davids. Left 1838 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1861 ; ordained, 
1846 ; Curate of St. Mary's, Reading ; Barrister, 1852. J. H. 
Jenkinson, Esq., Ocklye, Crowborough, Tunbridge Wells. 

Lawson, Andrew Sherlock ( H.B. and The Park), son of A. Lawson, Esq., M.P., 
Aldborough Manor, Boroughbridge. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1843 1 . 
Postmaster of Merton Coll. Oxf. ; of Aldborough Manor ; J.P. and 
D.L. W. Riding Yorks. ; J.P. N. Riding Yorks. DIED May 22nd, 1872. 

Lawson, Edward John (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1838 1 . Entered 
R.N. ; retired as Capt. 1869. 

Lloyd, Charles (The Head Master's), son of Dr. C. Lloyd, Bishop of Oxford. 
Monitor, 1839 ; Neeld Scholar, 1840 ; left 184 1 2 . Student of Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. 1841-62 ; B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1847 ; Tutor, 1855. DIED April 27th, 
1862. 

More wood, William Frederic Palmer- ( The Park), son of W. Palmer-Morewood, 
Esq., Alfreton, Derby. Cricket XL 1840 ; left 1840 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf.. 
B.A. 1844; Barrister, 1847. DIED Aug. 15th, 1861. 

Robertson, Divie (The Park), son of D. Robertson, Esq., 22, Bedford Square, 
W.C. Monitor, 1840; left 1841 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 
1849 ; Vicar of Henfield, Sussex. 1872-94 ; Prebendary of Chichester ; 
Rural Dean of Lewes. DIED July 17th, 1894. 

Russell, Lord Alexander George ( The Grove), son of John, 6th Duke of Bedford. 
Left 1837. Joined Rifle Brigade, 1839 ; retired as Gen. 1888 ; served 
in Kaffir War, 1852-3, and in the Crimea (medal with clasp, Sardinian 
and Turkish medals and Medjidie) ; Commanded at Shorncliffe, 1873-4 ; 
S.E. District, 1877-80 ; in Canada, 1883-8 ; of Ewhurst Park, Basing- 
stoke ; G.C.B. ; Col. Rifle Brigade. DIED Jan. 10th, 1907. 

Ward, Hon. Humble Dudley ( The Grove), son of William, 10th Baron Ward. 
Left 1836 2 . Capt. Staffs. Yeomanry. DIED Dec. 14th, 1870. 

Wingfield, John Harry Lee (The Head Master's), son of J. M. Wingfield, Esq., 
(O.K.), Tickencote Hall, Stamford. Monitor, 1838; left 1839 2 . St. 
John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1843 ; M.A. 1846 ; of Tickencote Hall ; J.P. 
Rutland (High Sheriff, 1871). DIED Feb. 22nd, 1880. 

Wyllie William, Morrison (H.B.}. Left 1837. 



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REV. CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH, M.A. 
(D.D. 1839). 

EASTER 1836 CHRISTMAS 18M. 



ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1836. 

Atherley, Arthur Gauntlett (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Atherley, Esq., 
Southampton. Left 1840 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1845 ; P.O. of Alder- 
ton, Wilts., 1859-64 ; Chaplain of Hartham Chapel, Wilts., 1864-80. 
DIED Sept. 4th, 1895. 

Barnett, Richard Humphreys (The Park), son of R. C. Barnett, Esq., 25, 
Chester Terrace, N.W. Left 1838 3 . DIED Sept. 3rd, 1855. 

Browne, Hector Graham (The Grove), son of W. Browne, Esq., Browne's Hill, 
Carlow. Left 1837. No profession ; of Sinclair Mansions, Kensington. 
DIED Sept. 25th, 1899. 

Drake, John Tyrwhitt- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Tyrwhitt-Drake, Esq., 
Shardeloes, Amersham. Left 1837. Brasenose Coll. Oxf. and Trin. 
Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1851 ; Rector of Malpas, Cheshire, 1845-62 ; of 
Croxton, Lines., 1862-5; of Cottesbrooke, Northants., 1865-88. DIED 
1888. 

Hamilton, Alexander Edward Kelso- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. H. Kelso- 
Hamilton, Esq., of Hullerhirst, Stevenston, N.B. Left 1836 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1845 ; of the Retreat, Topsham, Devon. DIED 
Dec. 25th, 1855. 

Knight, George Hamilton Wyndham (Druries), son of J. L. Knight, Esq., 
afterwards V. C. Knight-Bruce. Left 1837. Assumed the additional 
name of Bruce, 1837 ; Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; joined 3rd Hussars, 1844 ; 
served in the Sikh War. KILLED at the battle of Ferozeshah, Dec. 21st, 
1845. 

Lake. Left 1838 1 . 

Lawson, James George (H.B.), son of A. Lawson, Esq., M.P., Aldborough 
Manor, Boroughbridge. Left 1836 3 . DIED Aug. 1878. 

Lawson, Marmaduke Charles (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1836 3 . 
Joined Madras Artillery, 1845 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1878 ; in action 
with the forces of the Rajah of Ghorapore, 1858. 

Newman, Robert Lydston (Druries), son of Sir R. W. Newman, 1st Bart. 
Left 1839 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Capt. Grenadier Guards ; succ. as 
2nd Bart. 1848. KILLED at Inkerman, Nov. 5th, 1854. 

Newton, James Nicholas (Mr. Oxenham's). Left 1840 2 . Of Hawkhurst, Kent ; 
no profession. DIED Feb. 12th, 1864. 



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Rice, Herbert Henry (The Head Master's), son of W. Rice, Esq., Llwyn-y- 
Brain, Llandovery. Left 1836 2 . DIED Oct. 20th, 1853. 

Sheppard, John George (The Park), son of J. W. Sheppard, Esq., High House, 
Campsey, Woodbridge. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb.; 
of Campsey ; J.P. and D.L. Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1859). DIED 1884. 

Shipton, Charles Morrice (Druries). KILLED by the kick of a horse at Harrow, 
1837. 

Thompson, Thomas Charles (Druries}, son of T. Thompson, Esq., Bishops- 
wearmouth, Durham. Left 1836 2 . Durham Univ., Prize Essay, 1839 ; 
B.A. 1839; M.A. 1840; Fellow, 1842; Barrister, 1844; of Ashdown 
Park, East Grinstead ; M.P. Durham in 1874 and 1880-5 ; J.P. 
Sussex and Durham (High Sheriff, 1869). DIED Sept. 26th, 1892. 

Wallington, John Williams (Mrs. Leitfrs), son of J. Wallington, Esq., Dursley, 
Gloucester. Left 1838 3 . Joined 83rd Regt. 1839 ; transferred to 4th 
Hussars, 1847 ; retired as Capt. 1852 ; of Keevil Manor, Trowbridge ; 
Col. Glos. Militia ; J.P. Glos. and Wilts. ; K.C.B. DIED March 23rd, 
1910. 

White, Frederick Snowden (The Park), son of F. White, Esq., Loudham Hall, 
Suffolk. Assumed the name of Corrance, 1837 ; Cricket XI. 1838, 
but unable to play at Lord's through illness ; left 1839 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb.; joined llth Hussars, 1842; retired as Capt.; of Paxham 
Hall, Wickham Market ; M.P. E. Suffolk, 1867-74 ; J.P. and D.L. 
Suffolk. DIED Oct. 1906. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1836. 

Blacker, William Jacob (The Park), son of W. Blacker, Esq., Woodbrook, 
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. Left 1839 2 . Of Woodbrook ; J.P. and 
D.L. Wexford (High Sheriff, 1852). DIED Dec. 27th, 1869. 

Colston, Edward (The Park), son of E. F. Colston, Esq., Roundway Park, 
Devizes. Left 1839 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined 1st Life Guards ; trans- 
ferred to 15th Hussars ; served in India ; of Roundway Park. DIED 
Dec. 21st, 1864. 

Colston, William Jenkins Craig ( The Park), brother of the above. Left 1840 2 . 
St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1849. DIED Jan. 24th, 1867. 

Commerell, William Augustus (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Commerell, Esq. 
(O.K.), Strood Park, Horsham. Cricket XI. 1842 ; left 1842 2 . C.C.C. 
Oxf. ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1843 ; of Strood Park. DIED Nov. 20th, 1858. 

Ferrers, William Stewart (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. E. Ferrers, Esq., Conduit 
Street, W. Monitor, 1840 ; left 184P. Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845 ; 
M.A. 1848; Barrister, 1848. DIED March 23rd, 1878. 

Gompertz, William (Druries). Left 1838 1 . In H.E.I.Co.'s Military Service; 
of 4, Portland Place, W. 

Grimston, Hon. Francis Sylvester ( The Park), son of James, 1st Earl of Veru- 
lam. Cricket XI. 1838-9; left 1839 2 . Magd. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1845 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1843-4-5 ; Rector of Wakescolne, Essex, 
1846-65. DIED Oct. 28th, 1865. 

Ho well, Francis (The Grove), son of D. Howell, Esq., Ethy, Lostwithiel. 
Monitor, 1839 ; left 1841 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Ethy ; J.P. and D.L 
Cornwall (High Sheriff, 1854) ; Private Sec. to Lord Metcalfe, Gov.- 
Gen. of Canada. DIED 1885. 

Larpent, Frederick Seymour de Hoehepied- (The Grove), son of Sir G. G. de 
Hochepied-Larpent, 1st Bart. Left 1840-1. DIED May 13th, 1846. 



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May, Walter Horatio ( The Grove), son of W. B. May, Esq., Hadlow Castle, 
Tonbridge. Left 1836 3 . New Inn Hall, Oxf. ; of Tendring Hall, 
Colchester. DIED April 4th, 1907. 

Peel, Frederick (The Park), son of Sir R. Peel (O.K.), 2nd Bart. Monitor, 
1840 ; Lyon Scholar, 1841 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 6th Classic ; 
B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1849 ; Barrister, 1849 ; M.P. Leominster, 1849-52 ; 
Bury, Lanes., 1852-7 and 1859-65 ; Under-Sec, for Colonies, 1851-2 
and 1852-5 ; Under-Sec, for War, 1855-7 ; Sec. to the Treasury, 1860- 
6; Railway Cornmr. 1873; P.C. ; K.C.M.G. DIED June 6th, 1906. 

Seymour, Conway Frederick Charles (The Grove], son of F. C. W. Seymour, 
Esq. (O.H.). Left 1839*. Joined 85th Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1852 ; 
Foreign Office Messenger, 1859 ; Gentleman Usher to Queen Victoria, 
1878-1901. 

Surtees, Charles Freville ( The Head Master's and The Park], son of R. Surtees, 

Esq., Redworth Hall, Darlington. Left 1842 1 . Capt. 10th Hussars ; 

of Mainsforth, Durham ; M.P. S. Durham, 1865-8 ; J.P. and D.L. 

Durham (High Sheriff, 1873); Col. Durham Militia; F.R.G.S. 

Director of the Great Central and South-Eastern Railway Cos. DIED 

Dec. 22nd, 1906. 
Taylor, Edward Clough- (The Grove), son of E. Clough-Taylor, Esq. (O.H.), 

Kirkham Abbey, York. Cricket XL 1841 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. 

Camb., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; of Firby ; J.P., D.L., and Chairman 
.-, Petty Sessions N. and E. Ridings Yorks. ; Capt. Yorks. Yeomanry. 

DIED Dec. 1892. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1837. 

Bolton, William (The Park). Cricket XL 1838 ; left 1838 2 . Of Monksdown 

Castle, Dublin. 
Burnett, Frederick Wildman (The Park), son of J. F. Burnett, Esq., May 

Place, Crayford, Kent. Left 1838 3 . Scholar of St. John's Coll. 

Camb., 32nd Wrangler; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; Barrister, 1849. 

DIED July 26th, 1904. 
Marillier, James Constantino (H.B.), son of J. W. Marillier, Esq., Harrow. 

Left 1839 2 . Civil Engineer ; engaged under the late Mr. Thomas 

Brassey on the construction of many railways in India. DIED June 

1890. 
Marillier, Robert Aspland (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1839 3 . Civil 

Engineer ; Engineer to the Corporation of Hull and to the Hull Docks ; 

of Holbech, Hurst, Scarborough ; J.P. Scarborough ; Mayor, 1896-7 ; 

J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED Feb. 12th, 1903. 
Monro, Alexander Donald (The Park), son of A. Monro, Esq. Left 1838 2 . 

Civil Engineer ; of Nursling, Southampton. DIED April 27th, 1849. 
Royds, James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Royds, Esq., Woodlands, Hartford, 

Cheshire. Left 1840 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1846 ; 

P.C. of Hartford, 1846-63. DIED May 14th, 1886. 

Smith, Frederick (H.B.), son of W. Smith, Esq., Harrow. Left 1837. So- 
licitor, 1845 ; of 19, Essex Street, Strand. DIED Oct. 1869. 
Smith, Mordaunt Macnaughten (The Head Master's). Left 1838 2 . In 92nd 

Highlanders ; of 1, Arundel Terrace, Brighton. DIED before 1896. 
Suirdale, Richard John, Viscount (The Grove), son of John, 3rd Earl of 

Donoughmore. First boy placed in 5th Form ; left 1837. In 98th 

Regt.; served in Chinese War, 1841-2; succ. as 4th Earl, 1851; 

Vice-Pres. Board of Trade, 1858-9 ; Pres. in 1859. DIED Feb. 22nd, 

1866. 
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ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1837. 

Alleyne, John Gay Newton ( The Grove), son of Sir R. A. Alleyne, 2nd Bart. 

Left 1840 2 . Warden of Dulwich Coll. 1843-51 ; Manager of Sugar 

Works in Barbados, 1851-2 ; Engineer and Manager of the Butterley 

Iron Works, 1852-80 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1870 ; Vice-Pres. Iron and 

Steel Institute ; M.I.C.E. ; M.I.M.E. ; County Alderman and J.P. 

Derby. Sir John G. N. Alleyne, Bart., Chevin, Helper, Derbyshire. 
Barclay, Alexander Charles ( The Grove), son of D. Barclay, Esq., Eastwick 

Park, Leatherhead. Monitor, 1839 ; Cricket XI. 1842 ; left 1842 2 . 

Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844; M.A. 1848; of Scraptoft Hall, Leics. ; 

M.P. Taunton, 1865-80. DIED Jan. 10th, 1893. 
Burdon, George (The Grove), son of G. Burdon, Esq. (O.H.), Heddon House, 

Wylam-on-Tyne. Left 1840 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; in 76th Regt. ; 

of Heddon House. DIED April 30th, 1897. 
Cresswell, Fiancis Joseph (The Head Master's), son of F. Cresswell, Esq., 

King's Lynn. Cricket XI. 1839 ; left 1839 3 . In 26th Cameronians ; 

subsequently a Partner in Gurney's Bank, Lynn. DIED Sept. 15th, 

1882. 
Cunningham, James (The Head Master's), son of J. Cunningham, Esq., 

Sidbury, Devon. Left 1839 3 . Joined 32nd Regt. ; transferred to 

4th Dragoon Guards. 
Curtis, Charles William (Druries), son of C. B. Curtis, Esq. (O.H.), Friars' 

Place, Acton. Left 1838 3 . Of Kearsney Abbey, Dover ; J.P. Kent, 

Cinque Ports, and Wilts. ; Alderman Wilts. C.C. DIED May 5th, 1905. 
Dawson, Francis Alexander ( The Park), son of the Right Hon. G. R. Dawson 

(O.H.I, Moyola Park. Londonderry. Monitor, 1839; left 1839 2 . 

Balliol Coll. and New Inn Hall. Oxf., B.A. 1844. 
Dewing, Edward May (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. E. Dewing. 

Cricket XI. 1838-41 ; Capt. 1840-1 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; C.U. Cricket XL 1842-5; of Nowton, Bury 

St. Edmunds ; J.P. Suffolk. DIED Oct. 29th, 1899. 
Dundas, Robert Bruce (Druries), son of the Rev. the Hon. T. L. Dundas, 

Harpole Rectory, Weedon. Cricket XL 1838-9 ; left 1839 2 . Trin. 

Coll. Camb., M.A. 1844 ; Rector of Harpole, 1848-99. Rev. R. B. 

Dundas, Glencairn, Leamington. 
Gordon, Hon. Douglas Hamilton- (The Park), son of George, 4th Earl of 

Aberdeen. Monitor, 1842 ; left 1842 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1846 ; 

Domestic Chaplain to Archbishop Howley, 1847 ; Rector of Stanmore, 

Middlesex, 1848-60; Vicar of Northolt, Middlesex, 1860-80; Canon 

Residentiary and Treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral, 1860-98 ; Chaplain- 

in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. DIED Dec. 6th, 

1901. 
Honywood, William Philip (The Park), son of W. P. Honywood, Esq., Marks 

Hall, Essex. Left 184 1 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Marks Hall. DIED 

Feb. 20th, 1859. 

Jocelyn, Hon. John Strange (The Park), son of Robert, 3rd Earl of Roden 
(O.K.). Left 1837. Joined Scots Guards, 1842 ; retired as Lieut.- 
Col. 1860 ; served in the Crimea (present at the Alma, Balaclava, 
Sebastopol, and Inkerman ; medal with 4 clasps) ; subsequently 
Commandant of the 2nd Jager Corps of the British-German Legion ; 
Knight of the Legion of Honour and of the Medjidie ; succ. as 5th 
Earl, 1880. DIED July 3rd, 1897. 

Kekewich, Trehawke ( The Grove), son of S. T. Kekewich, Esq., M.P., Peamore, 
Exeter. Left 1840 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; of 
Peamore ; J.P., D.L., and County Alderman Devon. DIED April 22nd, 
1909. 



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Loring, Edward Henry ( The Grove], son of the Ven. H. L. Loring, Archdeacon 
of Calcutta. Cricket XI. 1841 ; left 184 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1845 ; M.A. 1848 ; Vicar of Cobham, Surrey, 1853-67 ; Rector of 
Gillingham, Norfolk, 1867-79. DIED 1879. 

Nightingale, Geoffrey (The Grove), son of G. Nightingale, Esq., Norbiton 
House, Kingston. Left 1839 1 . Lieut.-Col. Madras Army ; com- 
manded 3rd Hyderabad Cavalry. DIED Oct. 5th, 1868. 

Peel, William (The Park), son of Sir R. Peel (O.K.), 2nd Bart. Left 1838 1 . 
Entered R.N. 1838 ; Capt. 1849 ; served in Syria, 1840, and with the 
Naval Brigade in the Crimea, where he repeatedly distinguished 
himself by bravery, and was awarded the V.C. for taking up a live shell 
from amongst some powder cases and throwing it over the parapet, 
and for gallantly assisting to defend the colours of the Grenadier 
Guards at Inkerman ; commanded a Naval Brigade during the Indian 
Mutiny (wounded at the relief of Lucknow) ; K.C.B. DIED at Cawn- 
pore, April 27th, 1858. 

Pinniger, John Alexander Mainley (The Park), son of B. Pinniger, Esq., 
Chippenham. Left 1839 1 . Solicitor, 1845 ; of 3, Great George Street, 
Westminster, and Drummilly, Co. Armagh ; assumed the name of 
Cope, 1867 ; J.P. Co. Armagh (High Sheriff, 1868). DIED March 21st, 
1892. 

Teesdale, Charles Baker (The Head Master's), son of C. Teesdale, Esq., West 
Dean, Sussex. Left 1838 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; 
Rector of Lamarsh, Essex, 1850-92. DIED 1892. 

Tom, Philip Sandy (The Head Master's). Left 1837. 

Tower, Henry John Baker (The Grove), son of Col. H. Tower (O.H.), Elemore 
Hall, Durham. Cricket XL 1839; left 1839 2 . In 4th Dragoon 
Guards ; of Elemore Hall ; J.P. and D.L. Durham (High Sheriff, 1854) ; 
Major Durham Militia ; assumed the name of Baker, 1844. DIED 
Jan. 28th, 1871. 

Townsend, Frederick (The Park), son of the Rev. E. J. Townsend, Ilmington 
Rectory, Warwicks. Left 1839 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1850 ; M.A. 
1853 ; of Honington Hall, Warwicks. ; M.P. Warwicks. (Stratford), 
1886-92 ; J.P. and D.L. Warwick ; JJP. Worcs. ; F.L.S. ; author of 
several botanical works. DIED at Nice, Dec. 16th, 1905. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1837. 

Acland, John Barton Arundel (The Park), son of Sir T. D. Acland (O.K.), 10th 
Bart. Left 1839 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1849 ; Barrister, 
1849 ; left England for Canterbury, New Zealand, 1854 ; explored 
the mountainous country beyond the settled districts, and took up a 
sheep run of about 100,000 acres ; Member of the Legislative Council, 
New Zealand, 1865-99. DIED in New Zealand, May 18th, 1904. 

Agar, Hon. Charles Welbore Herbert ( The Grove), son of Welbore, 2nd Earl of 
Normanton. Cricket XI. 1840-2; Capt. 1842; left 1842 2 . Capt. 
44th Regt. KILLED before Sebastopol, June 18th, 1855. 

Agar, Hon. Herbert Welbore Ellis ( The Grove), brother of the above. Cricket 
XL 1841-2 ; left 1842 2 . Magd. Coll. Camb. ; of Stanton House, 
Highworth, Wilts. DIED Aug. 9th, 1901. 

Clerk, Albert (The Head Master's), son of R. Clerk, Esq., Westholme, Shepton 
Mallet. Left 1839 1 . In 7th Madras Infantry. DIED Dec. 18th, 1846. 

Conolly, Thomas (The Park), son of Col. E. M Conolly, M.P., Castletown, 
Celbridge, Ireland. Monitor, 1840 ; left 1841 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of 
Castletown ; M.P. Donegal, 1849-76 : J.P. Kildare and Donegal 
(High Sheriff, 1848). DIED Aug. 10th, 1876. 



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D'Aeth, Narbrough Hughes- (The Head Master's and The Park), son of Ad- 
miral G. W. Hughes-D'Aeth, Knowlton Court, Wingham. Left 184 1 2 . 
Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1849; joined 17th Lancers; 
retired as Major ; of Knowlton Court ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED 
July 2nd, 1886. 

Dancer, York Godfrey (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F. Dancer, Esq., Wealdstone 
House, Harrow. Left 1840 2 . DIED June 8th, 1883. 

Dendy, Samuel Frederic (Mrs. Leith's), son of S. Dendy, Esq., 6, Montague 
Street, W.C. Cricket XI. 1839 ; left 1839 3 . Solicitor, 1846. DIED 
Sept. 14th, 1857. 

Des Voeux, Henry Dalrymple ( The Grove), son of the Rev. H. Des Voeux, 
Dresden. Left 1839 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1847; 
Fellow of All Souls ; O.U. Cricket XL 1844 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 
1872 ; J.P. Carlow (High Sheriff, 1889). DIED Jan. 20th, 1894. 

Ferrers, Murray Fraser (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. E. Ferrers, Esq., Conduit 
Street, W. Left 1840-1. Capt. R.A. DIED Dec. 25th, 1856. 

Harris, Robert Robison (Small Houses), son of J.Harris, Esq., Liverpool. 
Left 1838 3 . Capt. 67th B.N.I. ; Cantonment Magistrate at Dinapore 
and Cawnpore ; during the Mutiny was shut up in the Fort at Agra. 
DIED June 14th, 1860. 

Hibbert, Frederick Drummond (The Park), son of R. Hibbert, Esq., Chalfont 
Lodge, Buckingham. Left 1837 3 . In 2nd Dragoons ; of Bucknell 
Manor, Bicester ; J.P. Bucks, and Oxon. ; Col. Bucks. Yeomanry. 
DIED Sept. 21st, 1897. 

Hinxman, Charles Lawrence Walpole (H.B.), son of J. Hinxman, Esq., 
Sudbury Grove, near Harrow. Left 1842 2 . Capt. 15th Hussars. 
DIED July 9th, 1859. 

Jervis, Humphrey Charles Jervis- White- (The Head Master's), son of Sir 
H. M. Jervis- White- Jervis, 2nd Bart. Left 1837 3 . Succ. as 3rd 
Bart. 1869. DIED July 23rd, 1887. 

Jervis, Henry Jervis- White- ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1837 3 . Joined R.A. 1844 ; retired as Col. ; was employed under the 
Board of Ordnance in U.S.A. 1855 ; subsequently in the Small Arms 
Department ; M.P. Harwich, 1859-80 ; Director G.E.R. ; author of 
various military works and of a " History of Corfu and the Ionian 
Islands." DIED Sept. 22nd, 1881. 

Jervis, John Jervis- White- ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1837 3 . B.A. ; in Holy Orders, but held no cure of souls. DIED at 
Nice, Nov. 23rd, 1863. 

Keyes, William Babington (H.B.), son of T. Keyes, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 
1840 2 . No profession. DIED July 21st, 1846. 

Ley, Richard (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. T. H. Ley, Maker, Devon. 
Left 1838 3 . Scholar of Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; 
Curate of Cumnor, Berks. ; of Kingsand, Devonport. DIED Dec. llth, 
1886. 

Perry, John Watlington ( The Grove), son of T. Perry, Esq., Moor Hall, Harlow. 
Cricket XI. 1841; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1845; M.A. 
1849; of Moor Hall; M.P. S. Essex, 1859-65; Commr. of 
Prisons; J.P. and D.L. Essex (High Sheriff, 1855); J.P. Herts.; 
assumed the additional name of Watlington, 1848. DIED 1882. 

Phelps, William Whitmarsh (H.B.), son of the Ven. W T . W. Phelps, Arch- 
deacon of Carlisle. Left 1839 2 . Queen's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1849 ; 
M.A. 1852 ; Chaplain in India, 1854-76 ; subsequently resided at 
Eastbourne. DIED Oct. 6th, 1906. 



CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH. 165 

Pownall, Walter (The Grove), son of W. J. Pownall, Esq., Liverpool. Left 
184 1 2 . Major 48th Regt. DIED in India, Dec. 28th, 1864. 

Sanctuary, Thomas (Small Houses), son of T. Sanctuary, Esq., Roffey Park, 
Horsham. Monitor, 1840 ; Capt. Football XI. 1840 (and was the 
first to start football at Oxford) ; left 1841 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; Vicar of Powerstock, Dorset, 1848-89 ; Rector of 
North Poorton, Dorset, 1852-72; Canon of Salisbury, 1875-89; 
Archdeacon of Dorset. DIED May 27th, 1889. 

Skottowe, Thomas Britiffe (Mr. Oxenham's), son of N. Skottowe, Esq., 2nd 
Baron Skottowe (in the Peerage of France), Harrow Weald Lodge. 
Left 1840 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf.; J.P. and D.L. Middlesex; 3rd Baron 
Skottowe. DIED Feb. 27th, 1860. 

Taylor, Thomas Clough- (The Grove), son of E. Clough-Taylor, Esq. (O.H.), 
Kirkham Abbey, York. Cricket XL 1840-1 ; left 1842 1 . Joined 
41st Regt. 1842 ; Capt. 1850 ; served with Calty's Horse at the Cape 
(mentioned in despatches). DIED in India, July 10th, 1859. 

Wilkins, Henry Musgrave ( H. B.), son of H. Wilkins, P]sq., The Mount, Harrow. 
Monitor, 1839; Head of the School, 1841 ; Gregory Scholar, 1840; 
left 1841 3 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845; M.A. 1850; 
Fellow of Merton Coll. 1848-87, Librarian and Dean, 1851 ; editor of 
many valuable editions of classical works. DIED Sept. 7th, 1887. 

Wilkins, Llewellyn (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1841 3 . 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1838. 

Colenso, Thomas Blackmore (The Park), son of J. W. Colenso, Esq., St. 

Austell, Cornwall. Monitor, 1840 ; Head of the School, 1 842 ; Lyon 

Scholar, 1842 ; left 1842 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; Fellow of Exeter Coll. 

1846-9, B.A. 1849; Assistant Master at Harrow, 1847. DIED 

Sept. 28th, 1849. 
Drummond, Francis Berkeley (Druries), son of J. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), 

Redenham, Hants. Left 1839 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1843-4 ; H.E.I.C.S. 

1844 ; Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Bhagalpur. DIED 

at sea, June 27th, 1859. 
Dury, John (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. T. Dury (O.H.), Keighley Rectory, 

Yorks. Left 1839 3 . Land Agent ; of Ripley, Yorks. DIED Aug. 2nd, 

1892.. 
Elliott, Augustus John (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. J. E. Elliott, M.P. 

Left 1839 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1845-6; H.E.I.C.S. 1847-75; Judge 

of Shahabad. DIED June 20th, 1889. 
Fitzelarence, William George, Viscount ( The Park), son of George, 1st Earl 

of Munster. Left 1840-1. Joined Scots Fusilier Guards, 1842; 

transferred to 1st Life Guards, 1849 ; retired as Capt. 1852 ; succ. as 

2nd Earl, 1842. DIED April 30th, 1901. 
Fitzelarence, Hon. Frederic Charles George ( The Park), brother of the above. 

Left 1840-1. Capt. 10th Hussars; of Wingerworth Hall, Derby; 

assumed the additional name of Hunloke, 1865 ; J.P. and D.L. Derby. 

DIED Dec. 17th, 1878. 
Graham. Left 1838 1 . 
Grant, Alexander (The Park), son of Sir R. L Grant (O.K.), 9th Bart., of 

Dalvey. Monitor, 1842 ; Head of the School, 1844 ; Lyon Scholar., 

1844; Cricket XL 1844; left 1844 3 . Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf., 

B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852; D.C.L. 1880; Fellow of Oriel Coll. 1849; 

succ. as 10th Bart. 1856 ; held various important educational appoint- 
ments in India ; Principal of Edinburgh Univ. and a Member of the 

Board of Education for Scotland, 1868 ; author of an edition of " The 

Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle," and of the " Lives of Xenophon 

and Aristotle." DIED Nov. 30th, 1884. 



166 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Hammond, Egerton Douglas ( The Grove], son of W. O. Hammond, Esq. (O.H.), 
St. Alban's Court, Wingham. Left 1839 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1844 ; M.A. 1850 ; Vicar of Northbourne, Kent, 1852-9 ; Rector of 
Sundridge, Kent, 1859-90. DIED March 10th, 1897. 

Hesketh, Robert Bamford- (The Park), son of L. H. Bamford-Hesketh, Esq., 
Gwyrch, Abergele, Denbigh. Left 1840 2 . In 2nd Life Guards ; of 
Gwyrch and Llandulas, Denbigh ; J.P. Denbigh (High Sheriff, 1866). 
DIED April 29th, 1894. 

Holland, Henry Thurstan ( The Grove), son of Sir H. Holland, 1st Bart. Monitor, 
1842; left 1842 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1847; Barrister, 1849; 
Bencher of the Inner Temple, 1881 ; Legal Adviser to the Colonial 
Office, 1867-70 ; Assistant Under-Sec, of State for the Colonies, 1870- 
4; M.P. Midhurst, 1874-85; Hampstead, 1885-8; Financial Sec. to 
the Treasury in 1885 ; Vice-Pres. of the Council, 1885-6 and 1886-7; 
Sec. for the Colonies, 1887-92 ; created Baron Knutsford, 1888 ; 
Viscount Knutsford, 1895; K.C.M.G. 1877; G.C.M.G. 1886; Trustee 
of the National Portrait Gallery ; Sub-Prior of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem. Viscount Knutsford, G.C.M.G., 75, Eaton Square, S.W. 

Lawrence, George Alfred (Mrs. Leith's), son of the Rev. A. C. Lawrence (O.H.), 
Sandhurst Rectory, Kent. Left 1838 1 . Afterwards at Rugby ; Bal- 
liol Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1850 ; Barrister, 1852 ; author 
of " Guy Livingstone " and numerous other novels, and of " Border 
and Bastile," a record of a journey to America to join the Confederate 
Army as a Volunteer, during which he was taken prisoner. DIED 
Sept. 23rd, 1876. 

Phelips, William ( The Park), son of the Rev. W. Phelips, Montacute, Somerset. 
Left 1842 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Montacute ; J.P. and D.L. Somerset. 
DIED Dec. 1889. 

Scott, Hercules (The Head Master's), son of D. Scott, Esq., of Brotherton, 
Kincardineshire. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1842 1 . Haileybury Coll. 
1842-3 ; H.E.I.C.S. 1844-53 ; Settlement Officer at Julundhur ; of 
Brotherton ; J.P. and D.L. Kincardine. DIED May 31st, 1897. 

Sheriffe, Thomas Bowen, son of the Rev. T. Sheriffe (O.H.), Henstead, Suffolk. 
Monitor, 1843 ; Cricket XI. 1843 ; left 1843 2 . Of Henstead. DIED 
Feb. 10th, 1864. 

Taylour, Lord Robert Conolly (Druries), son of Thomas, 2nd Marquis of Head- 
fort (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1844 ; left 1844 2 . In Scots Guards. DIED 
Jan. 19th, 1851. 

Vibart, Meredith James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. G. Vibart, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1838 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1838; joined Bengal Artillery, 1840; 
retired as Capt. DIED April 1890. 

Young, Henry Robert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Young, Esq., 12, Essex 
Street, Strand, W.C. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1842 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1845; M.A. 1849; Barrister, 1849; of 23, West Cromwell Road, 
S.W. DIED Nov. 4th, 1899. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1838. 
Bowen, Thomas (The Grove). Left 1838 2 . Of Sher House, Dublin. 

Bushby, John Stubbs (The Park), son of W. P. Bushby, Esq., Walton, Lanes. 
Monitor, 1842 ; Cricket XI. 1842 ; left 1843 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1847 ; M.A. 1850. 

Colthurst, Sir George Conway, Bart. ( The Park), son of Sir N. C. Colthurst, 4th 
Bart. Succ. as 5th Bart. 1829 ; left 1841 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. 
Kinsale, 1863-74; J.P. and D.L. Cork (High Sheriff, 1850); D.L. 
Londonderry. DIED Sept. 24th, 1878. 



1838 2 ] CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH. 167 

Egerton, Francis (Mrs. Leith's), son of Lord F. Egerton, 1st Earl of Ellesmere, 
1846. Left 1839 1 . Entered R.N. ; retired as Vice-Adm. 1878 ; 
served in Syria, 1840 (medal), and the Baltic Expedition, 1854 (medal) ; 
Naval A. B.C. to Queen Victoria ; of St. George's Hill, Weybridge ; 
M.P. E. Derbyshire, 1868-85 ; N.E. Derbyshire, 1885-6 ; Lord-Lieut, 
of Surrey. DIED Dec. 15th, 1895. 

Frampton, Charles Thomas (Mrs. Leith's), son of A. Frampton, Esq., M.D., 
New Broad Street, E.G. Monitor, 1840 ; Cricket XI. 1840 ; left 
1840 2 . Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1844 ; M.A. 1847 ; P.C. of Leverstock 
Green, Herts., 1851-61 ; Sequestrator of St. Peter's, Chichester, 1878-97 ; 
Prebendary of Chichester. DIED Dec. 6th, 1909. 

Gathorne, Henry ( The Park), son of the Rev. J. Gathorne, Tarvin Rectory, 
Eddisbury. Monitor, 1842 ; Cricket XL 1842-3 ; left 1843 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1848 ; Curate of Birkenhead. DIED Dec. 28th, 1854. 

Gathorne, Richard (The Park), brother of the above. Left 1841 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1845 ; Curate of Whittington, Lanes. DIED 
Dec. 27th, 1848. 

Hastings, John Parsons (Small Houses), son of the Rev. H. J. Hastings, 
Martley, Worcs. Left 1839 1 . Afterwards at King Edward's School, 
Birmingham; Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; Chaplain 
of Trin. Coll. 1848-51 ; Rector of Areley Regis, Worcs., 1856-75 ; of 
Martley, 1875 ; J.P. Worcs. DIED May 8th, 1907. 

Leigh, William Henry ( The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. Leigh, Esq. 
(O.K.), 1st Baron Leigh, 1839. Left 1840-1. Trin. Coll. Camb., 
Hon. LL.D. 1864 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1850 ; Lord-Lieut. Warwicks. ; 
Gov. of Rugby School, 1895 ; P.C. DIED Oct. 21st, 1905. 

Morris, John (Druries), son of J. C. Morris, Esq., Madras C.S. Left 1839 2 . 
Joined R.C. Church, 1846 ; ordained Priest, 1849 ; Canon of North- 
ampton, 1852; Vice-Rector of English College at Rome, 1852-5; 
Private Sec. to Cardinal Wiseman, 1855-67 ; joined Society of Jesus, 
1867. DIED while preaching at the Jesuit Church, Wimbledon, 
Oct. 22nd, 1893. 

Nelson, Hon. John Horatio ( The Head Master's and The Park), son of Thomas, 
2nd Earl Nelson. Previously at Eton ; Monitor, 1842 ; left 1842 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1846 ; Rector of Trimley, Suffolk, 1853-7 ; 
of Belaugh-with-Scottow, Norfolk, 1857-72 ; of Shaw-with-Donning- 
ton, Berks., 1872-1909. -Rev. the Hon. J. H. Nelson, Lords Oak, 
Landford, Salisbury. 

Palmer, Conolly O'Brien (Druries). Left 1840-1. In 1st Bengal Fusiliers. 
DIED 

Pollen, John Douglas Boileau- (The Park), son of the Rev. G. P. Boileau- 
Pollen (O.H.), Little Bookham, Surrey. Monitor, 1841 ; Head of 
the School, 1842 ; left 1842 2 . Scholar of C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1846 ; of 
Little Bookham; J.P. Surrey. DIED March llth, 1906. 

Powell, Leonard (Mr. Oxenham's). Left 1840 1 . 

Ripley, William Nottidge ( The Park), son of P. Ripley, Esq., 9, York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Monitor, 1841 ; Head of the School, 1843 ; 
left 1843 1 . Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., 38th Wrangler ; B.A. 1848 ; 
M.A. 1851 ; Vicar of St. Giles', Norwich, 1 859-85 ; Rector of Colney 
and Vicar of Earlham, Norfolk, 1885-99 ; Hon. Canon of Norwich 
and Permanent Chapter Commr. for the Diocese. Rev. Canon Ripley t 
Harford Lodge, Norwich. 

Sykes, Tatton ( The Head Master's), son of Sir T. Sykes, 4th Bart., of Sledmere. 
Left 184 1 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1863 ; J.P. and D.L. 
E. Riding Yorks. (High Sheriff, 1869). Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart., 
Sledmere, Malton, Yorks. 



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Wilkinson, Hooper John (The Head Master's), son of H. J. Wilkinson, Esq., 
Walsham Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. Left 1840 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. 
B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1849. DIED 

Williams, Michael Henry (Druries), son of M. Williams, Esq., M.P., Trevince, 
Truro. Left 184 1 2 . Of Pencalenick, Truro ; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall. 
(High Sheriff, 1879). DIED May 28th, 1902. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1838. 

Bird, William Olive ( The Park}, son of W. G. Bird, Esq., Lichfield. Left 18422. 
Joined 15th Hussars ; transferred to 6th Dragoon Guards ; retired 
as Capt. DIED Oct. 2nd, 1904. 

Boughton, Charles Henry Rouse- ( The Grove), son of Sir W. E. Rouse-Boughton, 
10th Bart. Left 1842 1 . Joined 52nd Regt. 1843 ; retired 1850 ; 
succ. as llth Bart. 1856 ; J.P. Worcs. Herefordshire, and Salop (High 
Sheriff, 1860); C.C. Salop. DIED Feb. 20th, 1906. 

Brisco, Wastel (Druries), son of W. Brisco, Esq. (O.H.), Bohemia House, 
Hastings. Left 1842 1 . Of Southcote Manor, Berks. DIED 1878. 

Burroughs, William Martey (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. W. Burroughs. 
Left 1840 2 . In 2nd Madras Infantry. KILLED by a fall from his 
horse at Madura, India, Oct. 3rd, 1853. 

Carruthers, William Francis (The Grove), son of W. T. Carruthers, Esq., of 
Dormont, Dumfriesshire. Left 1841 3 . In 2nd Dragoons; of Dor- 
mont ; J.P., D.L., and a Commr. of Supply, Dumfries. DIED 
July 16th, 1878. 

Courtenay, George (The Park), son of G. Courtenay, Esq., Ballyedmund, 
Middleton, Co. Cork. Left 1840 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED 1844. 

Dillon, John Francis ( H.B.), son of Dr. Dillon, Harrow. Left 1838 3 . C.C.C. 
Camb., B.A. 1851. 

Egerton, Algernon Fulke (Mrs. Leith's), son of Lord F. Egerton, 1st Earl of 
Ellesmere, 1846. Left 1839 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1848 ; D.C.L. 1857 ; 
Fellow of All Souls, 1849-63 ; of Worsley Old Hall, Lanes. ; M.P. S. 
Lanes. 1859-68 ; S.E. Lanes. 1868-80 ; Wigan, 1882-5 ; Sec. to the 
Admiralty, 1874-80 ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes. ; Col. Lanes. Yeomanry. 
DIED July 14th, 1891. 

Mason, Augustus (The Park), son of J. Mason, Esq., 2, Endsleigh Street, W.C. 
Left 1840 2 . Solicitor, 1845-88 ; Partner in Mason & Taylor, 15, 
Furnival's Inn. DIED about 1892. 

Mowbray, George Thomas (The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Capt. T* 
Mowbray (O.H.), R.N., Grangewood House, Overseale, Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch. Monitor, 1842; left 1842 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1846; 
of Grangewood House ; J.P. and D.L. Leics. (High Sheriff, 1879) ; 
Deputy Chairman Leics. Quarter Sessions ; J.P. Derbyshire. DIED 
Feb. 29th, 1892. 

Noreliffe, Thomas ( The Park), son of Gen. N. Norcliffe, K.H., Langton Hall, 
Malton, Yorks. Left 1840-1. J.P. E. Riding Yorks. DIED 
May 13th, 1849. 

Parker, John Bartholomew ( The Park), son of L. Parker, Esq. Little Caw- 
thorpe, Louth, Lines. Cricket XI. 1841 ; left 184 1 3 . Queen's Coll. 
Oxf. ; Major Bucks. Yeomanry ; of Sydenham House, Kelso. DIED 
Oct. 2nd, 1892. 

Scudamore, Lewis (The Park), son of Dr. Scudamore, Guildford. Left 1839 2 . 
Statham, John Leeson ( H . B. ), son of the Rev. S. F. Statham, Harrow. Left 
1841 1 . DKQWNED in Australia, 1883. 



CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH. 169 

Statham, Sherard Freeman (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1840 2 . 
F.R.C.S. ; Surgeon to Univ. Coll. Hospital and Great Northern 
Hospital. DIED June 12th, 1858. 

Taylor, Robert Watkins ( The Park), son of the Rev. R. Taylor, Clifton Camp 
ville, Staffs. Left 1840 2 . Lincoln Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1850. 

Vade, Vicesimus Knox (Mrs. Leith's), son of Dr. J. K. Vade, 4, Lower Berkeley 
Street, W. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1845*; 
M.A. 1848 ; Curate of Madron and Morvah, Cornwall ; subsequently 
of 4, Lower Berkeley Street. DIED May 13th, 1874. 

Wilkinson, George Pearson (H.B.), son of G. H. Wilkinson, Esq. (O.H.), 
Harperley Park, Darlington. Left 1840 2 . Scholar of Univ. Coll. 
Durham, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1845; Barrister, 1848; Vicar of Thornley, 
Durham, 1858-90. DIED 1890. 

Wilkinson, Thomas William (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1840-1. 
Durham Univ. ; R.C. Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle, 1888-1909. 
DIED April 17th, 1909. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1839. 

Bosville, Godfrey Wentworth Bayard (Druries), son of A. R. M. Bosville, Esq. 
(O.H.), Thorpe, Bridlington. Cricket XI. 1843 ; left 1843 2 . Of 
Thorpe. DIED Oct. llth, 1865. 

Boucher, James George (The Park), son of J. G. Boucher, Esq., Shedfield, 
Botley, Hants. Left 1842 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; of Heatherden House, 
Hawkhurst ; J.P. Sussex. DIED June 29th, 1894. 

Coote, Charles Purdon (The Grove), son of R. C. Coote, Esq., Ballyclough 
Castle, Co. Cork. Left 1840 2 . In 3rd Dragoon Guards ; of Bally- 
clough Castle. DIED Sept. 3rd, 1848. 

Cuthbert, John Rawlinson (The Grove), son of W. Cuthbert, Esq., Beaufront, 
Hexham. Monitor, 1843; left 1844 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1848; 
joined 10th Hussars ; transferred to 6th Dragoons ; retired as Capt. 
DIED Oct. 1909. 

D'Oyly, William (Small Houses), son of the Rev. Dr. G. D'Oyly, The Rectory, 
Lambeth. Left 1839 3 . C.C.C. Camb.; Haileybury Coll., 1846-8; 
Bombay C.S. 1848-75 ; Magistrate and Collector of Ahmadnagar ; 
J.P. Notts, and Sussex. DIED Oct. 31st, 1908. 

Greenwood, Henry (The Park), son of J. Greenwood, Esq., Reedly House, 
Burnley. Assumed the name of Holden, 1840 ; left 1842 1 . Joined 
13th Hussars, 1842 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1859 ; of Reedly, Burnley ; 
J.P. and D.L. Lanes. ; J.P. Co. Kerry. DIED Dec. 1st, 1898. 

Greenwood, Ralph (The Park), brother of the above. Assumed the name of 
Holden, 1840; left 1840 1 . DIED in Africa, 1860. 

Nicholson, John (The Park), son of J. Nicholson, Esq., Upper Clapton, 
Middlesex. Cricket XL, 1840-1 ; left 1841 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1846 ; M.A. 1850 ; C.U. Cricket XL 1845. DIED Dec. 10th, 1861. 

Sandeman, Hugh David (The Grove), son of H. Sandeman, Esq., 14, Dorset 
Square, N.W. Left 1839 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1842-3 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1844-74 ; Accountant-Gen, of Bengal ; subsequently resided at 
Plymouth. DIED Dec. 24th, 1909. 

Scott, Edward Dolman (The Park), son of Sir E. D. Scott, 2nd Bart., of Great 
Barr. Left 1842 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 1851 ; succ. 
as 6th Bart. 1884 ; J.P. and D.L. Staffs. ; J.P. Warwicks. DIED 
March 8th, 1905. 



170 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Sheppard, Henry Wilson ( The Park), son of J. W. Sheppard, Esq., High House, 
Campsey, Woodbridge. Left 1840 1 . In R.N. ; of Campsey. DIED 
about 1885. 

Wanklyn, Hibbert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. H. Wanklyn, Esq., Crumpsall 
House, near Manchester. Left 1839 3 . Univ. Coll. Durham ; L.Th. 
1852 ; Rector of Fleet Marston, Bucks., 1855-61 ; Vicar of Deopham, 
Norfolk, 1861-95. DIED Jan. llth, 1895. 

Wilbraham, Henry (The Grove), son of G. Wilbraham, Esq., M.P., Delamere 
House, Northwich. Monitor, 1841 ; left 1842 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1846; Barrister, 1851 ; 
Registrar of the Manchester Branch of the Court of Chancery of the 
Co. Palatine of Lanes. DIED Feb. 13th, 1883. 

Woodhouse, William Hervey (The Park), son of W. Woodhouse, Esq., Toxteth 
Park, Liverpool. Cricket XI. 1842-3 ; left 1843 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; 
of Irnham Hall, Colsterworth ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. DIED 1859. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1839. 

Allen, Henry Archer (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1841 3 . Of 11, Stoke Terrace, 

Devonport. 
Cresswell, Addison John (The Park), son of F. Cresswell, Esq., King's Lynn. 

Left 1840-1. 

Dawson, Frederick (The Park), son of the Right Hon. G. R. Dawson (O.H.), 
Moyola Park, Londonderry. Cricket XI. 1841 ; left 1841 3 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; of Park House, Castledawson. DIED April 8th, 1908. 

Dickins, George Caldwell (Druries), son of the Rev. W. W. Dickins, Adisham, 
Wingham. Left 1842 1 . Major Royal Scots Fusiliers. DIED Dec. 5th, 
1903. 

Eustace, Robert Henry (The Park), son of Sir W. C. Eustace, K.C.H., Samp- 
ford Hall, Braintree. Left 1843 1 . St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1848 ; 
M.A. 1851 ; Vicar of Great Sampford, Essex, 1850-1905. DIED May 
1908. 

Filder, Henry Charles Blackader (H.B.), son of W. Filder, Esq., Commissary- 
Gen, of the Forces. Left 1842 2 . DIED at Munich, Nov. 30th, 1843. 

Filder, William Alexander (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1842 1 . Capt. 
37th Regt. DIED in Ceylon, Aug. 1853. 

Jefferson, Henry (Small Houses), son of R. Jefferson, Esq., Springfield, Bigrigg, 
Cumberland. Left 1840 3 . For some time in business ; of Spring- 
field ; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland (High Sheriff, 1890); Deputy 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions. DIED 1896. 

Leach, John ( The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Leach, Esq., Pembroke. 
Monitor, 1842 ; left 1844 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; of Ivy Tower, Tenby ; 
J.P. Co. Pembroke (High Sheriff, 1855). DIED July 24th, 1876. 

Nicholson, William ( The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Nicholson, Esq., 
Upper Clapton, Middlesex. Monitor, 1842 ; Cricket XI. 1841-3 ; 
Capt. 1843 ; left 1843 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Director of J. & W. 
Nicholson & Co., Distillers, London ; of Basing House, Alton ; M.P. 
Petersfield, 1866-74 and 1880-5 ; J.P., D.L., and C.C. Hants. (High 
Sheriff, 1878) ; Benefactor of Harrow School ; well-known Cricketer. 
DIED July 25th, 1909. 

Smith, Philip (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Smith, Esq., Stoney Gate, Leicester. 
Monitor, 1842 ; left 1842 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1845. 

Wilkins, John (H.B.), son of H. Wilkins, Esq., The Mount, Harrow. Left 
1840-1. 



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Wilkinson, Henry John ( H. B.), son of G. H. Wilkinson, Esq. (O.H.), Harperley 
Park, Darlington. Left 1840 1 . Joined 9th Regt. 1848 ; retired as 
Col. ; p.s.c. ; served in the Crimea (medal and clasp and Turkish medal ; 
5th Class Medjidie) ; subsequently on the Commissariat and Transport 
Staff ; retired as Commissary-Gen. ; subsequently resided at Florence. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1839. 

Burge, Alexander Barrett (Mrs. Leith's), son of W. Burge, Esq., Q.C., M.P., 77, 
Harley Street, W. Left 1842 2 . Joined 69th Bengal Infantry ; re- 
tired 1852. DIED in India, 1875. 

Calthorpe, George Arthur Gough (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. F. Cal- 
thorpe (O.K.), 4th Baron Calthorpe, 1851. Left 1843 2 . DIED 
Nov. 20th, 1843. A tablet to his memory was placed by his school- 
fellows in Harrow Church. 

Dickinson, Henry (The Grove), son of H. Dickinson, Esq., Madras. Left 
1840-1. St. Peter's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1845 ; M.A. 1848 ; Barrister, 

1848. 

Haygarth, Arthur ( The Park), son of W. Haygarth, Esq., Upper Brook Street, 
W. Cricket XL 1842-3 ; left 1843 2 . Compiler of " Cricket Scores 
and Biographies." DIED May 1st, 1903. 

Hustler, William Thomas (The Park), son of T. Hustler, Esq. (O.K.), Acklam 
Hall, Middlesbrough. Left 1843 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Acklam Hall 
and Sladnor Park, Teignmouth ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. ; 
J.P. Durham. DIED 1909. 

Jenkins, Richard Palmer (Druries), son of Sir R. Jenkins, G.C.B., Bicton Hall, 
Shrewsbury. Left 1842 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1844-6 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1846-73 ; Commr. of Patna ; of Beachley Lodge, Chepstow ; J.P. 
Glos. and Monmouthshire. DIED Oct. 1st, 1899. 

Lewis, Edmond ( The Park), son of the Rev. W. Lewis (O.H.), Abbots Langley, 
Herts. Left 1843 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1844. 

Marshall, Henry James Earnshaw (The Grove), son of J. E. Marshall, Esq., 
Aigburth, Liverpool. Left 1846 1 . DIED Sept. 1st, 1901. 

Marshall, John ( The Grove), brother of the above. Monitor, 1844 ; Cricket XI. 
1842-4 ; Capt. 1844 ; left 1844 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 
1852 ; of Belmont, Taunton. DIED Feb. 22nd, 1890. 

Maycock, John Gittens (The Park), son of Dr. J. D. Maycock (O.H.), Clifton, 
Bristol. Left 1840 2 . Joined 28th Regt. 1843 ; afterwards in 14th 
and 20th Regts. ; Col. (retired) 1881 ; served in the Crimea (wounded 
at the Alma ; present at Inkerman and the siege of Sevastopol ; 
mentioned in despatches ; medal with 3 clasps, Sardinian and Turkish 
medals, and 5th Class Medjidie). DIED Jan. 16th, 1906. 

Soames, Charles (The Grove), son of C. Soames, Esq., Tottenham. Monitor, 
1842 ; Head of the School, 1843 ; Sayer Scholar, 1844 ; Cricket XI. 
1844 ; left 1844 2 . Exhibitioner of Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 
1851 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1846-7 ; Rector of Mildenhall, Wilts., 1861-94 ; 
J.P. Wilts. DIED Jan. 8th, 1894. 

Whitaker, Thomas Henry (The Park), son of the Rev. T. W. Whitaker. 
Stanton-by-Bridge, Derby. Monitor, 1843 ; Head of the School, 1845; 
left 1845 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1848 ; Barrister, 1851. DIED 
April 9th, 1873. 

Williams, George (Druries), son of M. Williams, Esq., M.P., Trevince, Truro. 
Left 1842 2 . Of Scorrier House, Cornwall ; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall 
(High Sheriff, 1875). DIED 1891. 



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ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1840. 

Allix, Wager Townley (Mrs. Leith'a), son of C. Allix, Esq. (O.K.), Willoughby 
Hall, Grantham. Left 1841 3 . DEED June 18th, 1878. 

Eaton, Charles Ormston (Mr. Oxenham's), son of 8. Eaton, Esq., Ketton Hall, 
Stamford. Monitor, 1844; Cricket XT. 1844-5; left 1845 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852 ; Banker; of Tolethorpe Hall, 
Stamford ; J.P. Northante., Peterborough, and Rutland (High Sheriff, 
1864); Capt. N. Lines. Militia. DIED Sept. 17th, 1907. 

Farmer, Archibald Hamilton (The Park), son of W. M. Farmer, Esq., Nonsuch 
Park, Cheam. Previously at Eton; Cricket XI. 1843; left 1843 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; settled in Canada. DIED May 13th, 1865. 

Hamilton, William John Warburton (Mrs. Leith'e), son of the Rev. J. V. 
Hamilton, Little Chart, Charing, Kent. Left 184 1 3 . DIED at Christ- 
church, N.Z., Dec. 1883. 

Jolliffe, Hylton (Druries), son of Sir W. G. H. Jolliffe, 1st Bart., 1st Baron 
Hylton, 1866. Left 1842 1 . Capt. Coldstream Guards. DIED of 
cholera in the Crimea, Oct. 4th, 1854. 

Spottiswoode, George Andrew (The Park), son of A. Spottiswoode, Esq., 
Hampstead. Monitor 1843 ; left 1844 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Queen's 
Printer ; much interested in Church matters ; Member of London 
Diocesan Council and Vice-Chairman of the House of Laymen ; J.P. 
Devon. DIED Feb. 8th, 1899. 

Spottiswoode, William (The Park), brother of the above. Previously at 
Eton ; Lyon Scholar, 1842 ; left 1842 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Mathematics; B A. 1846; M.A. 1848; D.C.L. 1878; Senior Uni- 
versity Mathematical Scholar, 1846 ; Johnson Mathematical Scholar, 
1847 ; Queen's Printer ; well-known as a Mathematician and Physicist ; 
author of various mathematical works; F.R.8. 1853; Treasurer, 
1871-8; Pres. 1878-83; Pres. British Association, 1878. DIED 
June 27th, 1883. Buried in Westminster Abbey. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1840. 
Anderson, Joseph (The Grove). Left 1840-1. 

Burden, William (The Grove), son of G. Burden, Esq. (O.K.), Heddon House, 
Wylam-on-Tyne. Left 1841 3 . Commander R.N. DIED from the 
effects of the West African climate, Nov. 1857. 

Hewlett, Alfred Stephen (H.B. and The Grove), son of T. Hewlett, Esq., 
F.R.C.S., Surgeon to Harrow School. Monitor, 1845; Head of the 
School, 1847 ; Lyon Scholar, 1848 ; left 1848*. Exeter Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1852 ; M.A. 1858 ; Curate of Elstree, Herts. DIED Jan. 9th, 
1863. 

Howell, Russell (The Grove), son of D. Howell, Esq., Ethy, LoHtwithiel, 
Cornwall. Monitor, 1843; left 1843 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 1852 ; of Firmont, Torquay. DIED Dec. 9th, 1906. 

Hustler, Richard (The Park), son of T. Hustler, Esq. (O.K.), Acklam Hall, 
Middlesbrough. Monitor, 1843 ; left 1844 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. DIED 
in New Zealand, Dec. 25th, 1881. 

Mackenzie, William (H.B. ), son of Capt. W. Mackenzie, The Mount, Harrow. 
Monitor, 1845; left 1845 3 . Barrister, 1851. DIED Dec. 5th, 1901. 

Ruault, Pierre Marie Gustave ( H. B.), son of A. J. Ruault, Esq., Harrow. Left 
1842 2 . Appointed Extra German Master at Harrow, 1844; Senior 
Assistant Master in Modern Languages, 1854-88. DIED Oc 1. 1st, 1903. 



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Strutt, George Henry (H.B. and The Park], son of J. Strutt, Esq., Belper, 
Derbyshire. Left 1843 3 . Of Bridgehill, Belper; J.P. and D.L. 
Derby (High Sheriff, 1869). DIED April 14th, 1895. 

Tudway, Henry Goold (The Park), son of J. P. Tudway, Esq., The Cedars, 
Wells, Somerset. Cricket XI. 1845-6 ; left 1846 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1853; Rector of Walton, Somerset, 1855-66. DIED 
Feb. 13th, 1866. 

Wilson, Mathew Wharton (The Grove), son of Sir M. Wilson (O.K.), 1st Bart., 
of Eshton Hall. Left 1844*. Ch. Ch. Oxf., ; late in llth Hussars; 
succ. as 2nd Bart. 1891 ; J.P. Glos. and W. Riding Yorks. DIED 
March 1st, 1909. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1840. 

Acraman, Edward (Druries), son of W. E. Acraman, Esq., Beverley. Left 
1842 1 . DIED in South Australia, 1848. 

Baker, Henry Cooper ( The Park), son of Sir F. F. Baker, 2nd Bart., of Loventor. 
Left 184 1 3 . Of Ivy Lodge, Upper Tooting. DIED Jan. 12th, 1892. 

Chltty, Thomas Edward (Mrs. Leith's and Druries), son of T. Chitty, Esq., 
9A, Gower Street, W.C. Monitor, 1843 ; Head of the School, 1845 ; 
left 1845 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; Barrister, 1855. DIED 
May 4th, 1868. 

Day, Henry ( The Grove), son of the Rev. Dr. H. T. Day, Mendlesham Vicarage, 
Suffolk. Monitor, 1844; Nee Id Scholar, 1843; Cricket XI. 1844; 
left 1844 s . Scholar of Trin. Hall, Camb. ; Latin and English Essay 
Prize; Chancellor's English Medal, 1847 and 1849; LL.B. 1851*; 
2nd Master of Abingdon Grammar School, 1852-5 ; Head Master of 
Burton-on-Trent Grammar School, 1855-73. DIED Aug. 10th, 1893. 

Deffell, Francis (The Grove), son of J. H. Deffell, Esq., 38, Upper Harley 
Street, W. Left 1843*. Clerk in the E. India House till 1858 ; 
subsequently devoted himself to music. DIED July 6th, 1887. 

Grimston, Marmaduke Jerard (The Park), son of Col. C. Grimston (O.K.), 
Grimston Garth, Hull. Monitor, 1845; left 1845*. Trin. Hall, 
Camb., LL.B. 1853 ; of Grimston Garth ; J.P. and D.L. E. Riding 
Yorks. DIED Nov. 14th, 1879. 

Gurney, Edward (Mrs. Leith's). Left 1843 1 . 

Gurney (Mrs. Leith's). Cricket XI. 1845 ; left 1845 2 . 

Kilworth, Stephen, Lord (Mrs. Leith's and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Stephen, 
3rd Earl of Mountcashell. Previously at Eton ; left 1844 1 . In Rifle 
Brigade ; J.P. Cork (High Sheriff, 1849) ; succ. as 4th Earl, 1883. 
DIED Nov. 9th, 1889. 

Rawlinson, Thomas (Mrs. Leith's and The Grove), son of J. S. Rawlinson, Esq., 
Cricket XI. 1842-3 ; left 1843 a . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1848 ; M.A. 
1851 ; joined the Roman Catholic Church. DIED Jan. 7th, 1902. 

Sanctuary, John (Stnatt Houses and H.B.), son of T. Sanctuary, Esq., Roffey 
Park, Horshara. Left 1845*. Curate of Yetminster, Dorset. DIED 
May 31st, 1858. 

Saunders, Edward (Mrs. Leith's), son of R. Saunders, Esq., Carlton Club, S.W. 
Left 18421. 

Saunders, Henry (Mrs. Leith\<t), brother of the above. Left 1842 1 . 

Savage, Robert (The Park and Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. Savage, Esq., 11, 
Montague Place, Russell Square, W.C. Left 1842*. 



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ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1841. 

Currer, Charles Savile (The Park), son of the Rev. D. R. Currer (O.K.), Gled- 
stone, near Skipton. Monitor, 1844 ; Neeld Scholar, 1844 ; Head of 
the School, 1845; Cricket XL 1844-6; Capt. 1845-6; left 18462. 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics and 2nd Class Mathematics ; B.A. 
1850; M.A. 1852; Chancellor's Prize for English Essay, 1851; 
Fellow of Merton Coll. 1851-74 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1847 ; assumed the 
name of Roundell, 1851 ; M.P. Grantham, 1880-5 ; W. Riding Yorks., 
N. (Skipton), 1892-5 ; Sec. to Royal Jamaica Commission, 1865 ; 
to Royal Commission on the Universities, 1871 ; a Member of the 
Royal Commission on Friendly Societies, 1871, and of the Aged Poor 
Commission, 1892 ; J.P. and D.L. Sussex ; J.P. Cheshire ; Governor 
of Harrow School. DIED March 3rd, 1906. 

Dangerfleld, Edward (H.B. and The Park), son of Mrs. Dangerfield, Harrow ; 
Monitor, 1844 ; left 1845 3 . In 1st Madras Fusiliers ; served in the 
Burmese War, 1852-3, and in the Indian Mutiny with distinction under 
General Neil. DIED at Benares, April 5th, 1858. 

Dangerfield, George (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1842 1 . Lieut.-Col. 
R.A. ; of 10, St. Bernard's Crescent, Edinburgh. DIED Sept. 28th, 
1896. 

Mackenzie, Archibald (H.B.), son of Capt. W. Mackenzie, The Mount, Harrow. 
Monitor, 1847 ; Cricket XL 1844-8 ; left 1848 2 . Magd. Hall, Oxf., 
B.A. 1854 ; M.A. 1876 ; for some time kept a private school at 
Brighton ; subsequently resided at Croydon ; Member Croydon School 
Board, 1891-6 ; Member of the Libraries Committee of Croydon Cor- 
poration, 1892 5. 

Mackenzie, Henry (H.B.), brother of the above. Cricket XL 1845-9; left 
1849 2 . Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1859 ; P.C. of St. Chad's, 
Malpas, Cheshire, 1859-68 ; Rector of Overton, Flintshire, 1868-79. 
DIED Sept. 29th, 1879. 

Platt, Thomas Duodecimus (Druries), son of Sir T. J. Platt (O.K.), Baron of 
the Exchequer. Monitor, 1845; Cricket XL 1844-8; Capt. 1847-8; 
left 1848 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852; Vicar of Holy Trinity, 
Portsea, 1854 ; Surrogate of Diocese of Winchester. DIED Oct. 19th, 
1902. 

Williams, Montague (The Park), son of C. M. Williams, Esq., Belmont House, 
Surrey. Left 1843 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1847 ; M.A. 1848 ; of 
Woolland House, Blandf ord ; J.P. and D.L. Dorset (High Sheriff, 
1878). DIED Dec. 3rd, 1890. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1841. 

Boldero, George Neeld (Druries), son of Col. H. G. Boldero, Hurst Grove, 
Reading. Cricket XL 1846, but unable to play at Lord's owing to 
illness ; left 1846 2 . Joined Royal Scots Fusiliers; retired as Lieut. - 
Gen. ; served in the Crimea (wounded at Inkerman ; medal and 
clasps, Medjidie and Turkish and Sardinian medals). DIED May 5th, 
1898. 

de Salis, John Francis William Fane (Druries), son of Peter, Count de Salis, 
Hillingdon Place, Uxbridge. Left 1844 1 . In Diplomatic Service ; 
Sec. of Legation at Turin, 1845-9; of Hillingdon Place; 6th Count 
de Salis, of the Holy Roman Empire. DIED Aug. 7th, 1871. 

de Sails, Peter (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1847 1 . Late Lieut. 
Austrian Military Service ; Artist ; Director of Museum of Fine Arts, 
Neuchatel, Switzerland. Baron P. de Salis, La Plota, Neuchdtel, 
Switzerland. 



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Kindersley, John Robert (The Grove], son of N. W. Kindersley, Esq., Tanjore, 
Madras. Left 1842 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1845-6 ; Madras C.S. 1847-84 ; 
Barrister, 1863 ; Judge of the High Court, Madras ; Fellow of Madras 
Univ. DIED Aug. 27th, 1901. 

Mivart, St. George Jackson (Mr. Oxenham's}, son of J. E. Mivart, Esq., 39, 
Brook Street, W. Left 1842 1 . Joined R.C. Church in 1844, which 
he left in 1900; Barrister, 1851 ; distinguished Biologist; Vice-Pres. 
of the Zoological and Linnaean Societies ; F.R.S. 1867 ; Ph.D. Rome, 
1876; M.D. Louvain, 1884; Professor of the Philosophy of Natural 
History at the University of Louvain ; author of numerous books 
and articles on biology and of " Castle and Manor," a novel, 1900. 
DIED April 1st, 1900. 

Skottowe, Goulson Frederick Joseph (Mr. Oxenham's), son of N. Skottowe, 
Esq., 2nd Baron Skottowe (in the Peerage of France), Harrow Weald 
Lodge. Left 1842 1 . In 2nd Madras Infantry, 1846 ; served in 2nd 
Burmese War (medal) and with Turkish Contingent in the Crimea 
(Turkish medal) ; retired as Col. ; of Mont du Nbrd, Guernsey ; author 
of " The Haunted House of Chilka " (novel). DIED July 15th, 1902. 

Skottowe, Francis William (Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. Left 
1842 1 . Went to India as a Naval Cadet in H.E.I.C.S. 1847 ; Com- 
mander. DIED in Persia, Aug. 17th, 1860. 

Skottowe, Frederick Wybrants (Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. Left 
1842 1 . Formerly a Colonial Broker ; afterwards engaged on the 
commercial Press. DIED Dec. 10th, 1906. 

Smythe, Hon. Percy Ellen Algernon Frederick William Sydney ( The Park and 
Mr. Oxenham's), son of Percy, 6th Viscount Strangford. Monitor, 
1843 ; Gregory Scholar, 1843 ; left 1843 3 . Postmaster of Merton 
Coll. Oxf . ; entered Diplomatic Service, 1845 ; Oriental Sec. at Con- 
stantinople, 1857-8 ; retired 1858 ; succ. as 8th Viscount, 1857 ; 
well-known as an Ethnologist, Philologist, and Linguist. DIED 
Jan. 9th, 1869, when the Peerage became extinct. The Strangford 
Geography Prizes were founded by his widow in his memory. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1841. 

Baxendale, Salisbury (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Baxendale, Esq., Woodside, 
Middlesex. Monitor, 1845 ; left 1846 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1849 ; 
M.A. 1853 ; Barrister, 1852 ; of Bonningtons, Ware ; J.P. Herts. 
(High Sheriff, 1883). DIED Jan. 18th, 1907. 

Blayds, Edmund (The Grove and The Park), son of J. Blayds, Esq., Oulton 
Hall, Leeds. Monitor, 1844 ; Lyon Scholar, 1845 ; Cricket XI. 
1844-5 ; left 1845 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1849 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 
1846-9 ; of Oulton Hall ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding Yorks. ; assumed 
the name of Calverley, 1852. DIED Sept. 15th, 1897. 

Cameron, Allan Gordon (The Grove), son of D. C. Cameron, Esq., of Bar- 
caldine, Bonaw, N.B. Cricket XI. 1845-6; left 1846 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; in Holy Orders ; of Barcaldine ; J.P. Argyll. DIED 
1871. 

Cameron, John (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1844 2 . Of Bar- 
caldine. DIED in the West Indies, Jan. 1857. 

Clarke, Charles Myers Longueville- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of L. Longueville- 
Clarke, Esq., Advocate-Gen, of India. Left 1842 3 . Joined 101st 
Regt. 1845 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1872 ; served in the Punjab, Indian 
Mutiny, and Assam campaigns (twice wounded, 3 medals, 2 years' 
blood money and wound pension for life) ; assumed the name of de 
Longueville. DIED May 31st, 1904. 



176 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [184P-42 1 

Fane, Hon. Julian Henry Charles (Mr. Oxenham' a), son of John, llth Earl of 

; *; Westmorland (O.H.). Left 1843 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1850; 

Chancellor's Medal for English Verso, 1850 ; entered Diplomatic 

Service, 1851 ; Sec. of Embassy at St. Petersburg, Vienna, and Paris ; 

retired 1868; Poet and Musician. DIED April 19th, 1870. 

Grant, William (The Park), son of J. Grant, Esq., Nuttall, Bury, Lanes. 
Left 1843 3 . In business. DIED 1870. 

Howell, David Henry (The Grove), son of D. Howell, Esq., Ethy, Lostwithiel, 
Cornwall. Left 1843 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined 15th Hussars, 1847 ; 
transferred to 2nd Dragoon Guards. DIED Dec. 25th, 1853. 

Hudson, George (The Park), son of G. Hudson, Esq., "The Railway King," 
Newby Park, Yorks. Left 1847 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; Bar- 
rister, 1858 ; Sub-Inspector of Factories ; of Newby House, Sunninghi 11. 
DIED Feb. 2nd, 1909. 

Kindersley, Edward Leigh (The Grove), son of Vice-Chancellor Sir R. T. 
Kindersley. Left 1844 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1852 ; 
of Clyffe, Dorchester ; J.P. Dorset ; assumed name of Kindersley- 
Porcher, 1901. DIED Nov. 1907. 

Long, Richard Penruddocke (Druries), son of W. Long, Esq., Rood Ashton, 
Trowbridge. Cricket XI. 1843-4; left 1844 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1849 ; M.A. 1853 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1845-6 ; played for Gents. 
v. Players, 1846 ; of Rood Ashton ; M.P. Chippenham, 1859-65 ; N. 
Wilts. 1865-8 ; J.P. and D.L. Montgomery (High Sheriff, 1858) ; 
J.P. Wilts. DIED Feb. 16th, 1875. 

Oxenham, Henry Nutcombe (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. Oxenham 

(O.K.), Harrow. Monitor, 1846; Neeld Scholar, 1845; left 1847 3 . 

Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1850 ; M.A. 1854 ; Curate of Worm- 

inghall, Bucks., 1854 ; of St. Bartholomew's, Cripplegate, 1857 ; 

joined R.C. Church, 1857 ; author of numerous works, essays, and 

poems. DIED March 23rd, 1888. 
Sanctuary, Philip James (Small Houses and H.B.), son of T. Sanctuary, Esq. 

Roffey Park, Horsham. Left 1845 2 . Entered H.E.I.C.S. KILLED 

at Delhi, during the Indian Mutiny, 1857. 
Sanctuary, William Melancthon, brother of the above. Left 1842 1 . Entered 

R.N. ; retired as Commander, 1859 ; served in the Crimea (Kt. of 

Legion of Honour and 5th Class Medjidie) ; Commr. of Salvage, Deal ; 

Hon. Sec. National Lifeboat Institution ; J.P. Cinque Ports ; of 

Lympston Manor, Devon. DIED about 1900. 
Walker, Charles (The Grove), son of J. Walker, Esq. Left 1844 2 . 
Willis, Robert Bruce (The Park), son of J. W. Willis, Esq., Wick Episcopi, 

Worcester. Left 1845 1 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1849. DIED 

Jan. 5th, 1897. 
Young, John William ( The Park), son of Capt. Young, Lee Park, Blackheath. 

Left 1843 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1847 ; M.A. 1851 ; Chaplain 

in Bengal, 1857-80. DIED May 4th, 1907. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1842. 

Dallas, George Frederick ( The Grove), son of Major R. W. Dallas. Cricket XL 
1843 ; left 1844 1 . Joined 46th Regt. 1845 ; retired as Major ; served 
in the Crimea (present at the Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; medal and 4 clasps and K.L.H.) ; 
of Capernwray, Carnforth. DIED about 1895. 

Daniell, Edward James (Druries), son of Capt. E. M. Daniell, 39, Gloucester 
Square, W. Left 1842 2 . East India Merchant in London; of Hill 
House, Hatfield. DIED Dec. 25th, 1909. 



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Everard, Henry Elsden (H.B.), son of W. Everard, Esq., Lynn. Left 1847 2 . 

Banker at Lynn. DIED Feb. 8th, 1866. 
Goring, Charles (Mr. Oxenham's], son of Sir H. D. Goring, 8th Bart. Left 

1845 1 . Capt. 12th Lancers ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1859 ; J.P. Sussex. 

DIED Nov. 3rd, 1884. 

Hustler, George ( The Park), son of T. Hustler, Esq., Acklam Hall, Middles- 
brough. Monitor, 1844; left 1844 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 1867 ; Incumbent of Acaster, Yorks., 1850-9 ; Vicar of Stilling- 
fleet, Yorks., 1859 75 ; Rector of English Bicknor, Glos., 1877; J.P. 
Oxon. KILLED out hunting, Feb. 24th, 1905. 

Merivale, Joseph Francis (Druries), son of J. H. Merivale, Esq., 15, Woburn 
Place, W.C. Left 1844 2 . DROWNED at Budleigh Salterton, Aug. 26th, 
1849. 

Palmer, George (Mr. Oxenham's], son of G. Palmer, Esq. (O.H.), Nazing 
Park, Essex. Left 1842 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1847-9; H.E.I.C.S. 
1849-78 ; served on the Staff of Sir H. Barnard before Delhi, 1857 ; 
organised and commanded a demi-battery of Artillery ; received 
thanks of Government for his military services during the Mutiny 
(medal and clasp and special letter of acknowledgment from Queen 
Victoria) ; subsequently Judge of Muradabad ; of Hill House, Up- 
minster ; J.P. Essex. DIED Sept. 13th, 1902. 

Rich, Charles David (H.B.), son of the Rev. J. Rich (O.H.), Ivinghoe, Tring. 
Left 1846 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; joined 9th Lancers, 1851 ; retired as 
Lieut.-Col. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at the relief of 
Lucknow, Nov. 1857) ; horse shot under him at Alumbagh ; served 
in the Oude and Rohilcund campaigns (present at numerous engage- 
ments ; mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasps). DIED 
Sept. 1st, 1898. 

Smith, Henry Fly (H.B.), son of E. O. Smith, Esq., Harrow. Left 1845 2 . 
Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1852 ; M.B. 1861 ; M.R.C.S. 1863 ; Medical 
practitioner at Hampstead ; author of " The Handbook for Midwives." 
DIED Sept, 26th, 1896. 

Sperling, Francis William Theodore (The Park and the Head Master's], son 
of the Rev. H. J. Sperling (O.H.), Lattenbury Hill, St. Ives, Hunts. 
Monitor, 1845 ; Head of the School, 1846 ; Football XI. 1846 ; left 
1847 1 . DIED Aug. 21st, 1847. 

Tower, Conyers (The Grove], son of Col. H. Tower (O.K.), Elemore Hall, 
Durham. Left 1843 3 . Joined 6th Dragoons, 1844 ; transferred to 
3rd Dragoon Guards ; Lieut.-Gen. (retired) 1881 ; served in the 
Crimea (medal with 2 clasps and Turkish medal) and in the Abyssinian 
War, 1868 (mentioned in despatches ; medal) ; Col. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards ; of Thornfield, Rugby ; C.B. DIED March 1st, 1903. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1842. 

Bromley, Arthur (The Park], son of Sir R. H. Bromley, 3rd Bart. Left 
1843 2 . Major Notts. Militia. DIED 1868. 

Cloete, Peter Lawrence (Druries], son of L. Cloete, Esq., Zandvliet, Cape of 
Good Hope. Left 1844 3 . Served as Adjutant in a local company in 
the first Kaffir War, and afterwards as A.D.C. to his uncle, Lieut.-Gen. 
Sir Josias Cloete ; arrived in N.S.W. in 1852 ; appointed Sub Gold 
Commr., and afterwards Chief Commr.. of Southern Gold Fields ; Water 
Police Magistrate at Sydney, 1864. DIED at Sydney, April 7th, 1870. 

Darwin, Robert Alvey (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. B. Darwin, Esq., Elston 
Hall, Newark. Monitor, 1845; left 1846 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf.; of 
Elston Hall. DIED Dec. 7th, 1847. 

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Dent, William (The Park], son of W. Dent, Esq., 11, King's Arms Yard, E.G. 
Left 1842 2 . 

Wodehouse, Constantine Griffith (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Admiral the Hon. 
P. Wodehouse, Hingham, Norfolk. Monitor, 1846 ; left 1846 1 . 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Rector of Larling, Norfolk, 1863-9 ; of Mongewell, 
Oxon., 1879-92; of Langford, Oxon., 1892. Rev. C. G. Wodehouse, 
Lang ford Vicarage, Lechlade. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1842. 
Baxter, William (The Grove). Left 1844 1 . 

Bosanquet, Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. H. Bosanquet, Esq. (O.H.), 
Osidge, East Barnet. Left 1845 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1849-50; 
Bombay C.S. 1851-77 ; Judge of Ahmadnagar ; of Cleddon Hall, 
Monmouthshire ; J.P. Monmouthshire. DIED April 19th, 1885. 

Coney, Thomas (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Canon T. B. Coney, Pucklechurch 
Vicarage, Bristol. Monitor, 1845; left 1846 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1849 ; M.A. 1853 ; Chaplain to the Forces, 1855-86 ; served in the 
Crimea ; of Braywick Grove, Maidenhead ; J.P. Berks. DIED 
Sept. 4th, 1898. 

McChlery, William (The Park), son of T. McChlery, Esq., of Rusko, Gate- 
house, N.B. Left 1844 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1845-6; H.E.I.C.S. 
1847-69 ; Magistrate and Collector of Mirzapur ; of Balminnoch 
Lodge, Kirkcowan, N.B. DIED May 9th, 1906. 

Maycock, Frederick (The Park), son of Dr. J. D. Maycock (O.H.), Clifton, 
Bristol. Left 1843 3 . Joined 17th Regt. 1855 ; afterwards in 5th 
and 29th Regts. ; retired as Capt. 1865. Capt. F. Maycock, 111, 
The Avenue, West Ealing. 

Rennie, John Keith (The Park), son of G. Rennie, Esq., 21, Whitehall Place, 
S.W. Monitor, 1846; Cricket XL (12th man), 1847; left 1847 2 . 
Sidney Sussex Coll. Camb., 20th Wrangler; B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1854; 
Fellow of Sidney Sussex Coll. ; of Frensham Vale, Surrey ; J.P. 
Surrey and London. DIED May 17th, 1903. 

Scott, John George (H.B.), son of J. Scott, Esq., of Finnart House, Greenock. 
Left 1842 3 . 

Sharpe, Henry (Druries). Left 1845 2 . Settled in Barbados. 

Vaughan, Charles Lyndhurst ( The Park), son of Sir J. Vaughan, Baron of the 
Exchequer. Leftl844 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1850; M.A. 1854; 
Vicar of St.Neots, 1854-64; Rector of Ch. Ch., St. Leonards, 1864-95. 
DIED Aug. 8th, 1895, while crossing the Julier Pass. 

Williams, Frederick (H.B.), son of B. Williams, Esq., Byron House, Harrow. 
Left 1845 2 . 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1843. 

Bliss, William Blowers (Druries), son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Bliss, Halifax, 
Nova Scotia. Left 1846 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1853 ; 
Rector of Wicken Bonhunt, Essex, 1862. Rev. W. B. Bliss, Wicken 
Rectory, Newport, Essex. 

Dutton, John William ( The Park), son of the Hon. J. H. L. Dutton, 3rd Baron 
Sherborne, 1862. Left 1845 1 . Also at Eton; Balliol Coll. Oxf. 
DIED Aug. 9th, 1850. 



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Harman, Edward (The Park and The Grove), son of E. Harman, Esq., Clay 
Hill, Enfield. Monitor, 1845; Sayer Scholar, 1846; left 1846 2 . 
Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1850 ; M.A. 1853 ; Rector of N. 
Stoke, Somerset, 1857-62 ; of Bonsall, Derbyshire, 1862-3 ; of Scaleby, 
Cumberland, 18668; Vicar of Edenhall, Cumberland, 1876-80; 
Rector of Pickwell, Rutland, 1880-97. DIED Jan. 26th, 1897. 

Moore, Hon Charles William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Stephen, 3rd Earl of 
Mountcashell. Previously at Eton ; left 1845 1 . Assumed the 
additional name of Smyth, 1858, which he dropped, 1889, and after- 
wards varied the spelling of his name to More ; succ. as 5th Earl, 
1889. DIED Feb. 20th, 1898. 

Vernon, Henry (H.B.), son of H. C. Vernon, Esq., Hilton Park, Stafford. 
Monitor, 1848 ; Cricket XI. 1845-9 ; Capt. 1849 ; left 1849 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853; C.U. Cricket XI. 1850-2. DIED Feb. 19th, 
1855. 

ENTRANCE IN JUNE 1843. 

Collier, Charles Hale (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Dr. C. Collier, 20, Fitzroy 
Square, W.C. Monitor, 1846; Lyon Scholar, 1846; left 1847 2 . 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1856 ; Incumbent of St. Luke's, 
Leeds, 1854-64 ; Vicar of St. Neots, 1864-6. DIED June 2nd, 1866. 



ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1843. 

Button, Edward Lennox ( The Park), son of the Hon. J. H. L. Dutton, 3rd 
Baron Sherborne, 1862. Left 1848 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1852; 
succ. as 4th Baron, 1883 ; J.P. Glos. Lord Sherborne, Sherborne 
House, near Northleach. 

Faber, Arthur Henry (H.B.), son of Gen. C. E. Faber, India. Previously a 
Chorister at Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; left 1844 2 . Afterwards at Winchester, 
where he played in the XI. v. Harrow, 1847-8 ; New Coll. Oxf., 1st 
Class Classics; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856; Fellow and Tutor of New 
Coll. ; Head Master of Malvern Coll. 1865-80 ; Rector of Sprotborough, 
Yorks., 1880-1907 ; Hon. Canon of York. DIED Nov. 27th, 1910. 

Haggard, Henry (Mr. Oxenham's). Left 1845 3 . 

Hewlett, Thomas Gilham (H.B.), son of T. Hewlett, Esq., F.R.C.S., Surgeon 
to Harrow School. Monitor, 1849; left 1849 2 . Joined Indian 
Medical Service ; retired 1888 ; Sanitary Commr. for Bombay, and 
Deputy Surgeon-Gen. Bombay Army ; served in the Indian Mutiny 
(medal and clasp) ; C.I.E. DIED Oct. 8th, 1889. 

Holland. Left 1843 3 . 

Jephson, John Hilton (H.B.), son of the Rev. W. Jephson, Harrow. Left 
1845 1 . Magd. Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1851; M.A. (Hertford Coll.) 1876; 
held various Curacies, 1852-78. DIED Aug. 21st, 1901. 

Jones, Morgan ( The Park), son of the Rev. J. Jones, Penylan, Llandyssil, 
Carmarthen. Cricket XI. 1845-7 ; left 1847 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
O.U. Cricket XI. 1849-50 ; of Penylan ; J.P. and D.L. Cardigan and 
Carmarthen (High Sheriff, 1854). DIED June 2nd, 1905. 

Luke, William Henry Colbeck (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Luke, Esq., Cal- 
cutta. Left 1850 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1857 ; Rector 
of Elmswell, Suffolk, 1863-78 ; Vicar of St. Matthias', Kensington, 
1878-92 ; created D.D. by Racine Coll., U.S.A., in recognition of his 
services to the American Church. DIED Nov. 21st, 1895. 

Morgan, Edward John (H.B.), son of Mrs. Morgan, St. Julian's Cottage, 
Harrow. Left 1847 1 . 



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Mountague, Richard Perceval (H.B.), son of F. Mountague, Esq., Harrow. 
Left 1846 2 . 

Pechell, William Henry Cecil George Brooke- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir 
G. R. Brooke-Pechell (O.H.), 4th Bart. Left 1844 2 . Capt. 77th Regt. 
FELL in the trenches before Sebastopol, Sept. 3rd, 1855. 

Reed, Joseph Haythorne (Mr. OxenJiam's), son of G. Reed, Esq., Burnham, 
Somerset. Left 1845 3 . In 17th Lancers; Major London Artillery 
Company ; M.P. Abingdon, 1854-7 ; contested Finsbury as an " ad- 
vanced Liberal," Aug. 1857, his expenses on which occasion led to his 
imprisonment for debt. DIED, shortly after his release, April 6th, 1858, 

Russell, Richard Bury (The Park), son of the Rev. T. Russell, Barnstaple. 
Left 1845 2 . In the Army ; of Dennington, Barnstaple ; J.P. Devon. 
DIED 

Smyth, Charles Paget Carmiehael- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. D. S. 
Carmichael-Smyth (O.H.), H.E.I.C.S. Left 1846 1 . Haileybury Coll. 
1847-8; H.E.I.C.S. 1849-84; Inspector-Gen, of Police, N.W.P., 1872; 
Commr., N.W.P., 1875 ; Commr. of Board of Revenue, N.W.P., 1884 ; 
served in the Indian Mutiny (medal) ; C.S.I. ; resumed the name of 
Carmiehael, 1852. DIED Jan. 29th, 1900. 

Theobald, William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Theobald, Esq., Barrister-at- 
Law, Calcutta. Left 1845 2 . Deputy Superintendent Geological 
Survey of India ; retired after thirty years' service, 1890 ; subsequently 
resided at Ilfracombe, where he engaged in philanthropic work ; 
author of " The Classical Element in the Shakespeare Plays." DIED 
March 31st, 1908. 

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ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1844. 

Maxwell, Archibald, son of Mrs. Maxwell, Laurel Mount, Aigburth, Liver- 
pool. Left 1845 3 . 

Norman, Francis Martin ( H. B. and Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. C. Norman, 
Esq., Harrow. Left 1848 1 . Joined R.N. : retired as Commander, 
1863 ; served* in the Crimea (medal with clasps for Inkerman and 
Sebastopol and 5th Class Medjidie) and Chinese War, 1856-7 (wounded ; 
medal) ; J.P. Berwick- on-Tweed, of which he has twice been Mayor ; 
author of " At School and at Sea " (under pseudonym of " Martelio 
Tower"; containing recollections of Harrow) ; "' Martelio Tower ' in 
China " ; " Guide to the Fortifications of Berwick " ; " The Battle of 
Flodden," etc. Commander F. M. Norman, R.N., Cheviot House, 
Berwick-on- Tweed. 

Norman, Martin (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1847 1 . Haileybury 
Coll. 1850-1, where he obtained 3 gold medals; Madras C.S- 1852; 
Deputy Sec. to Revenue Department. DIED Nov. 16th, 1859. 

Platt, Frederick William (Druries), son of Sir T. J. Platt (O.H.), Baron of the 
Exchequer. Left 1847 3 . In 59th Regt. ; served in the Crimea ; of 

Ware, Lyme Regis. DIED at Algiers, Jan. 18th, 1880. 
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ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1844. 

Blake. Left 1844 2 . 

Bowen, Wardle (H.B.), son of Dr. Bowen, Harrow. Left 1852 1 . Medical 
Practitioner. DIED April 1864. 

Gatty, George Edward (The Park), son of G. Gatty, Esq., Crowhurst Place, 
Sussex. Left 1844 2 . In the Army. DIED at Chichester Barracks, 
July 13th, 1854. 



1844 2 -44 3 ] CHRISTOPHER WORDSWORTH. 181 

Button, Henry Edward (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of the Rev. T. P. 
Hutton, Forest Hill, Sydenham. Monitor, 1846 ; Neeld Scholar, 
1846 ; Cricket XI. 1846-7 ; left 1847 3 . Balliol ColL Oxf., B.A. 1852 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; Assistant Master at Harrow, 1855-90. DIED Sept. 28th, 
1899. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1844. 

Beaumont, Walter, son of T. W. Beaumont, Esq., Bretton Hall, Wakefield. 
Left 1846 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1858 ; Founder of the Beaumont 
Scripture Prizes. DIED 1895. 

Beaumont, Wentworth Blackett ( The Head Master's), brother of the above. 
Left 1848 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. S. Northumberland, 1852-85 ; 
Tyneside Div. 1886-92 ; J.P. and D.L. Northumberland and W. 
Riding Yorks. ; created Baron Allendale, 1906. DIED Feb. 13th, 
1907. 

Broughton, John Lambart (The Park), son of P. Broughton, Esq., Tunstall 
Hall, Market Drayton. Left 1848 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 
(retired) Staffs. Militia ; late of Sprydoncote, Broadclyst, Exeter. 

Cherry, Apsley (Druries), son of G. H. Cherry, Esq. (O.K.), Denford, near 
Hungerford. Left 1850 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1854 ; joined 90th Regt. 
1855 ; Major-Gen. 1887 ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at 
relief and capture of Lucknow) : in the Kaffir War, 1878-9 ; in the 
Zulu War, 1880 (2 medals and 3 clasps) ; of Lamer, Wheathampstead, 
Herts.; J.P. Berks, and Herts. (High Sheriff, 1901); assumed the 
additional name of Garrard, 1892; C.B. DIED Nov. 8th, 1907. 

de Salis, George Aloys Fane (Druries), son of Peter, Count de Salis, Hillingdon 
Place, Uxbridge. Left 1845 1 . Capt. Austrian Service. DIED 
Oct. 22nd, 1866. 



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REV. CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN, D.D. 

JANUARY 18tf DECEMBER 1859. 



ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1845. 

Billington, George Moyle (The Park), son of the Eev. J. Billington, Ken- 
nington, Ashford, Kent. Left 1845 1 . Joined 6th Dragoons, 1855 ; 
transferred to 8th Hussars ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1877 ; served in 
the Crimea and Indian Mutiny (severely wounded at assault on Fort 
on Beyt Island). DIED April 1st, 1894. 

Boldero, Henry Kearney (Druries), son of Col. H. G. Boldero, M.P., Hurst 
Grove, Reading. Cricket XI. 1850; left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857; C.U. Cricket XI. 1851-3; Rector of Yatton 
Keynell, Wilts., 1856-64 ; of Grittleton, Wilts., 1864-1900. DIED 
Feb. 18th, 1900. 

Faber, Harvey Rhodes (H.B.), son of Gen. C. E. Faber, India. Left 1845 3 . 
Major R.E. DIED 1882. 

Gorton, Alfred Charles (H.B.), son of the Rev. J. Gorton, Harrow. Left 
1845 3 . For some years engaged in educational work in Australia ; 
afterwards a member of the London Stock Exchange. DIED Dec. 21st, 
1875. 

Griffiths, William Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Griffiths, Esq., 7, Lower 
Berkeley Street, Portman Square, W. Left 1846 3 . Worcester Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1855 ; Barrister, 1854 ; of 24, Great Cumber- 
land Place, W. ; D.L. Middlesex. DIED about 1870. 

Hudson, John (The Park), son of G. Hudson, Esq., "The Railway King," 
Newby Park, Yorks. Left 1849 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in 6th Dragoon 
Guards. DIED in India, Dec. 14th, 1857. 

Kindersley, Richard Cockburn ( The Park), son of Vice-Chancellor Sir R. T. 
Kindersley. Left 1849 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856; 
Vicar of Brampford Speke, Devon, 1857-71. DIED July 16th, 1871. 

Laird, William (The Head Master's), son of J. Laird, Esq., M.P., Birkenhead. 
Left 1848 1 . Senior Partner in Laird Bros., Shipbuilders, Birkenhead ; 
J.P. Cheshire and Birkenhead. DIED Feb. 7th, 1899. 

Mackenzie, Duncan (H.B.), son of Capt. W. Mackenzie, The Mount, Harrow. 
Cricket XI. 1850 ; left 1850 3 . East India Broker in London. DIED 
June 12th, 1908. 

Norman, Arthur Martin (H.B.), son of R. C. Norman, Esq., Harrow. Left 
1847 1 . Lieut. R.N. DIED at St. Jean de Luz, France, May 20th, 1885. 



1845 1 -45 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 183 

Perceval, Spencer (The Head Master's), son of S. Perceval, Esq. (O.H.), M.P., 
Elm Grove, Baling. Monitor, 1847 ; Sayer Scholar, 1848 ; left 1848 2 . 
Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852 ; Barrister, 1854. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1890. 

Roberts, Browne Henry JEneas ( H. B. and Mr. Oxenham's), son of B. Roberts, 
Esq., London. Left 1847 3 . St. Mary Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1853; author 
of " History of the Colonial Empire of Great Britain." 

Roberts, Thomas (H.B.), son of W. P. Roberts, Esq., Seedley House, Pendle- 
ton, Manchester. Left 1848 1 . Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 
1858; Barrister, 1858; subsequently in Holy Orders; Rector of 
Belstone, Devon, 1869-76. DIED Dec. 28th, 1876. 

Trenchard, Charles John Octavius (H.B.), son of G. Trenchard, Esq., Aspen 
Lodge, Sudbury. Left 1847 2 . 

ENTRANCES, EASTER- MIDSUMMER 1845. 

Berridge, Robert Bristow ( The Park), son of W. Berridge, Esq., Lincoln. Left 
1845 3 . Solicitor 1853 ; practised at Leicester. DIED Feb. 24th, 
1904. 

Blosse, Francis Lynch- (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of Sir F. 
Lynch-Blosse (O.K.), 9th Bart. Left 1846 1 . In 85th Regt. ; Capt. 
N. Mayo Militia. DIED at Anstruther, Canada West, July 26th, 1864. 

Blyth, Philip Thomas (Small Houses and The Park), son of P. P. Blyth, Esq., 
53, Wimpole Street, W. Left 1848 3 . Financier; Hon. Consul for 
the Orange Free State in Great Britain ; D.L. London ; F.S.A. DIED 
Oct. 9th, 1894. 

Calthorpe, Augustus Cholmondeley Gough (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. 
F. Calthorpe (O.K.), 4th Baron Calthorpe, 1851. Left 1847 1 . Merton 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1855 ; succ. as 6th Baron, 1893 ; J.P. 
and D.L. Staffs. (High Sheriff, 1881) ; and Warwicks. ; J.P. Hants ; 
well-known as a breeder of cattle. DIED July 22nd, 1910. 

Capel, Hon. Reginald Algernon (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of 
Arthur, 6th Earl of Essex. Cricket XI. 1849 ; left 1849 2 . Trin. ColL 
Oxf. ; Queen's Foreign Office Messenger, 1853-8 ; subsequently 
Assistant Local Government Inspector ; Deputy Chairman G.N.R. ; 
of Money Hill House, Rickmansworth ; J.P. Herts. DIED July 31st, 
1906. 

Collier, John Robert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Dr. C. Collier, 20, Fitzroy Square, 
W.C. Monitor, 1848; left 1849 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1856; Barrister, 1856. DIED about 1858. 

Cunningham, Henry Stewart (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. W. 
Cunningham, Harrow. Left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856; 
M.A. 1860; English Essay Prize, 1857; Barrister, 1859; Advocate- 
Gen. Madras, 1872-7 ; Judge of the High Court of Bengal, 1877-88; 
Member of the Famine Commission, 1879, and of the Finance Com- 
mission, 1885; K.C.I.E. 1889. Sir Henry S. Cunningham, K.C.I.E 
83, Eaton Place, S.W. 

Danlell, James Le Geyt ( The Head Master's), son of J. F. N. Daniell, Esq. 
(O.H.), Sandown, Esher. Left 1848 2 . Hon. Col. (late Commanding) 
4th (Militia) Batt. E. Surrey Regt. Col. J. Le G. Daniell, 22, Wilton 
Crescent, S. W. 

D'Arcy, John Hyde (The Head Master's), son of Lieut.-Col. J. D'Arcy, Priest- 
lands, Home Mead, Lymington. Monitor, 1848 ; Head of the School, 
1849; Lyon Scholar, 1850; left 1850 2 . Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf. 
DIED Jan. 28th, 1852. 



184 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1845 2 

De Burgh, Lord Hubert George ( The Head Master's), son of Ulick, 1st Marquis 
of Clanricarde. Left 1849 3 . Diplomatic Service, 1852-63; 2nd Sec. 
of Legation at Turin ; assumed the additional name of Canning, 1862 ; 
Viscount Burke, 1867; M.P. Galway Co. 1867-71; succ. as 2nd 
Marquis, 1874; well-known as an Irish landlord. Marquis of 
Clanricarde, The Albany, W. 

Francis, Theodore (The Head Master's), son of R. Francis, Esq., 50, Great 
Ormond Street, W.C. Left 1849 1 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1855 ; Rector of Cornwell, Oxon., 1870-3 ; Vicar of Shippon, 
Berks., 1873-7 ; of Stockcross, Berks., 1877. DIED Jan. 14th, 1904. 

Freer, John Booth ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. Freer, Leicester. Left 
1847 2 . Scholar of St. Augustine's Coll. Canterbury ; Missionary to 
Labrador and Bermuda. DIED June 22nd, 1865. 

Hankey, Reginald (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of T. Hankey, Esq., 
Coombe House, Croydon. Monitor, 1849; Cricket XL 1849-50; 
Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1850 2 . Balliol Coll. and St. Mary 
Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1854; O.U. Cricket XL 1853 and 1855. DIED 
Aug. 25th, 1886. 

Harris, Joseph (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of J. Harris, Esq., 
Westcotes Grange, Leicester. Left 1849 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1852 ; 
M.A. 1855; Rector of Great and Little Sheepy, Leics., 1867-80; of 
Herm House, Eastbourne. DIED Feb. 10th, 1892. 

Hawkins, Francis Vaughan (The Head Master's), son of Dr. F. Hawkins, 18, 
Bolton Street, W. Monitor, 1847 ; Lyon Scholar, 1847 ; left 1849 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., Browne Medal for Greek Ode, 1851 and 1852 , and 
for Latin Ode, 1851 ; Camden Medal, 1851 and 1852 ; Pitt University 
Scholar, 1852 ; Senior Classic and 1st Chancellor's Medal ; B.A. 1854 ; 
M.A. 1857 ; Barrister, 1856 ; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 1899 ; author 
of a " Concise Treatise on the Construction of Wills " ; Gov. of Harrow 
School. DIED April 22nd, 1908. 

Heathcote, Gilbert Henry (The Head Master's), son of Sir G. J. Heathcote, 
5th Bart., 1st Baron Aveland, 1856. Left 1846 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
M.P. Boston, 1852-6; Rutland, 1856-67; succ. his father as 2nd 
Baron Aveland, 1867, and his mother as 22nd Baron Willoughby 
d'Eresby, 1888 ; created Earl of Ancaster, 1892; P.C. ; Joint Here- 
ditary Great Chamberlain ; Chairman Kesteven Quarter Sessions ; 
Pres. M.C.C. 1890 ; Pres. National Society for Prevention of Cruelty 
to Children. DIED Dec. 24th, 1910. 

Hibbert, Reginald John Henry (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of 
T. Hibbert, Esq., Birtles Hall, Congleton. Left 1850 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Dublin ; Mus. Bac. 1852 ; Mus. Doc. 1859 ; L.Th. Univ. Coll. Durham ; 
Vicar of Wormleighton, Warwicks., 1869-77. DIED May 12th, 1877. 

Houston, Richard Matthew Blakiston- (The Head Master's), son of R. B. 
Blakiston-Houston, Esq., Orangefield, Belfast. DIED at Harrow, 
while still a member of the School, 1847. 

Jackson, Henry Mather ( The Head Master's), son of Sir W. Jackson, 1st Bart., 
of Birkenhead. Monitor, 1849; left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1853; M.A. 1859; Barrister, 1855; Q.C. 1873; M.P. Coventry, 
1867-8 and 1874-81 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1876 ; appointed a Judge of 
the Queen's Bench Division. DIED before taking his seat, March 8th, 
1881. 

Kelly, Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. Kelly, Esq., Kelly, Lifton, Devon. 
Previously at Winchester. KILLED by a gun accident during the 
holidays, Aug. 29th, 1846 



1845 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 185 

Knatchbull, Wadham (The Park), son of the Rev. W. Knatchbull (O.K.), 
Cholderton Lodge, Salisbury. Left 1850 2 . Magd. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1854 ; M.A. 1863 ; engaged in farming ; J.P. Essex and Cornwall. 
W. Knatchbull, Esq., Harepath, Colyford, Axminster. 

Knight, Gregory (The Head Master's], son of J. Knight, Esq., Manor House, 
Glen Parva, Leics. Left 1849 2 . Of Glen Parva ; J.P. Leics. ; Major 
Leics. Militia. DIED about 1900. 

Latham, Edward (The Head Master's], son of the Rev. J. Latham, Derby. 
Monitor, 1851 ; left 1852*. Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1859 ; 
Assistant Master at Repton School, 1856-75 ; Vicar of Matlock Bath, 
Derbyshire, 1875-83. DIED March 9th, 1883. 

Latham, John Herbert (The Head Master's], brother of the above. Left 
1848 2 . Clare Coll. Camb., 8th Wrangler ; B.A. and Fellow of Clare 
Coll. 1854 ; M.A. 1858 ; many years Chief Engineer and Agent in 
India to the Madras Irrigation and Canal Co ; subsequently went out 
to New Zealand ; Hon. M.I.C.E. 

Longe, Francis Davy ( The Head Master's], son of the Rev. R. Longe, Codden- 
ham Vicarage, Ipswich. Cricket XI. 1847-50 ; Capt. 1850 ; left 1850 2 . 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1854 ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1851-2 ; Barrister, 1858 ; 
General Inspector to the Local Government Board, 1866-96 ; author 
of works on scientific and economic subjects ; Descendant of Poca- 
hontas. DIED Feb. 20th, 1910. 

Maude, James Arthur ( The Head Master's], son of Capt. the Hon. F. Maude, 
R.N., 10, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. Left 1847 2 . In the 
Army ; subsequently of the Oratory, Brompton. DIED Feb. 16th, 
1888. 

Monro, Horace George ( The Head Master's], son of the Rev. H. Monro, Kerry 
Vicarage, Montgomeryshire. Monitor, 1848; Lyon Scholar, 1850; 
left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857; P.C. of High- 
moor, Oxon., 1859-71 ; Rector of Clapham, Sussex, 1871-3 ; of Strat- 
fieldsaye, Hants., 1878-1903. .Rev. H. G. Monro, Woodlands, Binfteld, 
Bracknell. 

ROSS, Edward (The Head Master's), son of D. Ross, Esq., Assay Master of the 
Mint, Calcutta. Cricket XI. 1846-8; left 1849 1 . East India and 
Japan Merchant. E. Ross, Esq., Glenholme, May field, Sussex. 

Ryder, Hon. Dudley Francis Stewart (The Head Master's], son of Dudley, 
Viscount Sandon, M.P., 2nd Earl of Harrowby, 1847. Viscount 
Sandon, 1847; Monitor, 1848; left 1849 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1853; 
M.P. Lichfield, 1856-9; Liverpool, 1868-82; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1882; 
Vice-Pres. of Council on Education, 1874-8 ; Pres. of Board of Trade, 
1878-80; Lord Privy Seal, 1885-6; Chairman Staffs. C.C. ; Pres. of 
British and Foreign Bible Society. DIED March 26th, 1900. 

Saurin, Dudley Edward (The Head Master's], son of Admiral E. Saurin, 19, 
Wilton Crescent, S.W. Monitor, 1846; Neeld Scholar, 1847; Head of 
the School, 1848; Cricket XL 1847; left 1849 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf.; 
served in the Ionian Islands with 1st Staffs. Militia, 1854-6; entered 
Diplomatic Service, 1856; 3rd Sec. 1862; 2nd Sec. 1863; Sec. of Lega- 
tion, 1878; retired 1885. DIED Nov. 1st, 1901. 

Scadding, Walter (The Head Master's], son of E. W. Scadding, Esq., 2, 
Gordon Street, Gordon Square, W T .C. Left 1850 2 . Solicitor, 1855. 
W. Scadding, Esq., 1, Park Square West, N.W. 

Scott, Joseph Stonehewer (Mr. Oxenham's], son of J. Scott, Esq., Colney Hall, 
Norwich. Monitor, 1846; Lyon Scholar, 1847; left 1848 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852 ; M.A. 1855 ; assumed the additional name of 
Chad, 1855 ; of Thurjsford Hall, East Dereham ; J.P. Norfolk (High 
S.herijff, 1863). Dii?p J#n. 14th, 1907. 



186 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1845 2 -45 3 

Smith, Frederick Machell (The Head Master's), son of E. W. Smith, Esq., 
Routh, Beverley. Left 1846 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856; 
in business in London. DIED about 1900. 

Tayler, Skipwith Henry Churchill (Druries), son of W. Tayler, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1849 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1851-2; H.E.I.C.S. 1853; District 
Judge ; retired 1887. DIED Aug. 4th, 1895. 

Tayler, William Vansittart Graham (Druries}, brother of the above. Left 
1849 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1853-5; H.E.I.C.S. 1856-90; Judge of 
Bankura. DIED 

Warre, Frederic Richard (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. A. Warre, Esq. (O.H.), 
Westcliff House, Ramsgate. Left 1848 1 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; entered 
Diplomatic Service, 1854, as Attache at Washington; retired 1864; 
of 44, Great Ormond Street, W.C. DIED July 2nd, 1907. 

Watson, John Watson (The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Watson, The Meadow, 
Birkenhead. Left 1848 1 . Scholar of Queens' Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; 
Consular Chaplain at Rotterdam, 1862-8 ; Vicar of Newburgh, Lanes., 
1868-76 ; Diocesan Inspector of Schools (Liverpool), 1881-9. DIED 
May 1889. 

Wenn, James Benjafleld ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. W. Wenn, 
Mangreen Hall, Norwich. Cricket XI. 1846-8; left 1848 2 . Caius 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854; Rector of Broome, Norfolk, 1867-78; Do- 
mestic Chaplain to the Duke of Hamilton. DIED about 1887. 

Woddrop, William Allan- (The Head Master's), son of J. Allan- Woddrop, 
Esq., of Garvald, Dolphinton, N.B. Left 1848 2 . Late in 2nd Dra- 
goons ; served in the Crimea (medals) ; of Garvald ; J.P. Peebles ; 
D.L. Lanarkshire; Lieut.-Col. Lanark Yeomanry. DIED Jan. 1st, 1911. 

Wood, Henry (The Head Master's), son of T. Wood, Esq., High Fields, 
Leicester. Left 1848 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855; 
Vicar of Biddenham, Beds., 1866-90. Rev. H. Wood, 3, Shorncliffe 
Road, Folkestone. 

ENTRANCES SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1845. 

Barker, Francis Const (The Park), son of R. Barker, Esq., 14, Fitzroy Square, 
W.C. Left 1848 3 . F. C. Barker, Esq., Thornleigh, Monkstown, 
Co. Dublin. 

Bird, Reginald (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. Bird, Donnington 
Rectory, Ledbury. Left 1849 2 . Trin. Coll. and Magd. Coll. (Demy), 
Oxf., B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1859 ; Fellow of Magd. Coll. 1863-91 ; a 
distinguished Freemason ; Deputy Master of the Apollo Univ. Lodge 
for King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales in 1873, and appointed De- 
puty Prov. Grand Master of Oxon. by Prince Leopold, 1876; resided in 
Australia, at the Cape, in Central America, and the United States. 
DIED April 12th, 1891. 

Cecil, Lord Eustace Brownlow Henry Gascoyne- ( The Park), son of James, 2nd 
Marquis of Salisbury. Left 1849 1 . Joined 43rd Regt. 1851 ; trans- 
ferred to Coldstream Guards, 1854 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1863 ; 
served in S. Africa, India, and the Crimea; M.P. S. Essex, 1865-8; 
W. Essex, 1868-85 ; Surveyor-Gen, of the Ordnance, 1874-80 ; J.P. 
London, Middlesex, Essex, and Dorset ; County Alderman Dorset. 
Lord Eustace Cecil, 111, Eaton Square, S.W. 

Church, John William ( The Park), son of J. Church, Esq., Woodside, Hatfield. 
Monitor, 1846; Head of the School, 1848; Lyon Scholar, 1848; 
left 1849 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1852 ; M.A. 1855. DIED April 14th, 
1867. 



1845 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN, 187 

Court, David Alexander (Druries), son of M. H. Court, Esq., Wargrave, Berks. 
Cricket XL (12th man), 1849; left 1850 1 . Oriel Coll. and St. Mary 
Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; Incumbent of St. Mary's, Kangaroo Point, 
Brisbane, 1858. DIED Sept. 25th, 1888. 

Dransfleld, William Lewis (H.B.), son of J. J. Dransfield, Esq., Sudbury. 
Left 1847 1 . 

Faithfull, Francis Grantham (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. F. J. 
Faithfull, Hatfield Rectory, Herts. Left 1848 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 1855 ; Clerk in the War Office, 1855 ; Assistant 
Private Sec. to Sir John Pakington, Sec. of State for War, 1868 ; 
Private Sec. to Lord Northbrook, Under Sec. of State for War, 1869 ; 
Clerk of the Merchant Taylors' Company, 1870-90. DIED March 8th, 
1892. 

Field, James (Druries), son of J. Field, Esq., Hemel Hempstead, Herts. 
Cricket XI. 1847-8; left 1848 2 . Worcester Coll. Oxf. DIED at 
Turin, May 12th, 1853. 

Garrard, Robert (Mr. Oxeuham's), son of R. Garrard, Esq., 31, Panton Street, 
Haymarket. Left 1849 1 . St. Mary Hall, Oxf. ; joined 5th Dragoon 
Guards ; served with 95th Regt. in the Crimea (severely wounded) ; 
retired as Capt. DIED Aug. 19th, 1895. 

Hinxman, Rowley Willes (H.B.), son of J. Hinxman, Esq., Sudbury Grove, 
near Harrow. Left 1846 1 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1849; retired as 
Major-Gen. 1889 ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at the siege 
and capture of Delhi ; medal and reward for distinguished service). 
DIED July 4th, 1906. 

Lascelles, Edwin Agar ( The Grove), son of the Right Hon. W. S. S. Lascelles, 
M.P., Campden Hill, W. Left 1852 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856; 
Barrister, 1859. DIED March 23rd, 1877. 

Mackintosh, Albert Ewen (Druries), son of E. Mackintosh, Esq., British Consul 
in Mexico. Left 1848 1 . 

Mackintosh, Charles (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . 

Montgomery, Hugh (The Park), son of H. Montgomery, Esq., Ballydrain, 
Belfast. Left 1849 2 . In 13th Hussars. FELL in the Balaclava 
charge, Oct. 25th, 1854. 

Phelps, Hubert Hunter ( The Park), son of the Ven. W. W. Phelps, Archdeacon 
of Carlisle. Left 1847 1 . C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857; 
P.C. of Old Button, Westmorland, 1864-70 ; Vicar of N. Goulburn, 
N.S.W., 1871-3 ; P.C. of Mark Cross, Sussex, 1873-5; Vicar of Farn- 
ham, Suffolk 1875-82 ; of St. Peter's, Congleton, 1882-90 ; Rector of 
Edgware 1892. Rev. H. H. Phelps, The Rectory, Edgware. 

Smyth, David Fremantle Carmichael- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. D. S. 
Carmichael-Smyth (O.K.), H E.I.C.S. Monitor, 1848; left 1848 3 . 
Haileybury Coll. 1849-50, where he gained various medals and prizes ; 
Madras C.S. 1851 ; Private Sec. to Sir Charles Trevelyan when Gov. 
of Madras ; Secretary to Government Revenue Department, 1875 ; 
Member of Council, 1878 ; retired, 1886 ; resumed the name of 
Carmichael, 1852. DIED Sept. 30th, 1903. 

Talbot, Hon. Walter Cecil (The Park), son of Henry, 18th Earl of Shrewsbury 
and Talbot. Left 1847 3 . Entered R.N. 1847; Admiral, 1894; 
retired 1898 ; served in the Crimea and Baltic (medal with clasp and 
Turkish medal) ; M.P. Co Waterford, 1859-65 ; assumed the name of 
Carpenter, 1868 ; of Kiplin, Northallerton ; J.P. Staffs, and N* 
Riding Yorks. DIED May 13th, 1904. 



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Thornhill, Henry ( The Grove), son of T. Thornhill, Esq., Woodleys, Woodstock. 
Left 1847 1 . Joined R.A. 1851 ; retired as Lieut. -Col. ; served in 
the Crimea (present at siege and fall of Sebastopol ; medal and clasp). 
DIED about 1884. 

Twisleton, John Fiennes (The Grove), son of the Rev. F. Twisleton, 13th 
Baron Saye and Sele, 1847. Cricket XI. 1847 ; played in all matches 
except at Lord's, when he was suffering from fever ; left 1847 2 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 17th Baron, 1887 ; J.P., D.L., and County Alder 
man Oxon. : J.P. Warwicks., Middlesex, and Westminster ; assumed 
the additional names of Wykeham-Fiennes, 1849. DIED Oct. 8th, 
1907. 

Valletort, William Henry, Viscount (The Grove), son of Ernest, 3rd Earl of 
Mount Edgcumbe (O.H.). Left 1849 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856; 
MP. Plymouth, 1859-61 ; succ. as 4th Earl, 1861 ; Equerry and Lord 
of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales, 1858-79; attached to the 
Duke of Abercorn's Special Mission to the King of Italy, 1878; Lord 
Chamberlain, 1879-80; Lord Steward, 1885-6 and 1886-92; Keeper of 
Privy Seal of Duchy of Cornwall, 1907 ; Lord-Lieut of Cornwall, 1877 ; 
Col. 5th (Terr.) Batt. Devon Regt. ; V.D. ; G.C.V.O. 1897; D.C.L. 
Oxon. Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, G.C.V.O., Mount Edgcumbe, 
Plymouth. 

Williams, Richard Michael (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir W. Williams, 1st Bart., 
of Tregullow. Left 1847 2 . Joined 59th Regt. ; transferred to 3rd 
Hussars ; retired as Lieut.-Col. DIED Dec. 25th, 1867. 

Woodcock, Charles Cleever (The Park), son of J. W. Woodcock, Esq., Melton 
Mowbray. Left 1848 1 . Farmer in Northants. DIED 1869. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1846. 

Beaumont, Frederick Edward Blackett (The Park), son of E. B. Beaumont, 
Esq., Darfield, Barnsley. Left 1847 2 . Joined R.E. 1852 ; retired 
as Lieut.-Col. ; served in the Crimea and Indian Mutiny (medal with 
clasp for Lucknow) ; M.P. S. Durham, 1868-80. DIED Aug. 20th, 
1899. 

Bryden, Hugh (The Park), son of 'J. Bryden, Esq., 2, Westbourne Place, 
Paddington, W. Left 1847 3 . 

Buckle, George Augustus Bentley (The Grove), son of the Ven. Archdeacon 
R. B. Buckle, Upway, Dorchester. Left 1846 2 . Capt. 40th Regt. 
DIED 

Clayton, Nathaniel George ( The Park), son of the Rev, R. Clayton, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. Left 1848 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856; M.A. 1860; 
Solicitor, 1860 ; of Chesters, Hexham ; M.P. Northumberland (Hex- 
ham) in 1892; J.P. and D.L. Northumberland (High Sheriff, 1895). 
DIED Sept. 5th, 1895. 

Devon, Frederic William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. Devon, Esq. (O.H.), 
Teddington Place, Middlesex. Previously at Eton ; left 1846 3 . St. 
John's Coll. Oxf. ; Land Agent. DIED June 3rd, 1868. 

Ellis, Charles John Heaton- (Druries), son of C. Heaton-Ellis, Esq., Wyddiall 
Hall, Buntingford. Left 1848 3 . Joined 9th Lancers, 1852 ; trans- 
ferred to 6th Dragoon Guards ; served in Indian Mutiny (medal). 
DIED before Delhi, July 20th, 1857. 

Elmsall, Mansfeldt de Cardonnel Greaves- ( The Grove), son of J. E. Greaves- 
Elmsall, Esq., Woodlands, Doncaster. Left 1848 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
of Pwllpiran, Co. Cardigan. DIED Dec. 30th, 1864. 



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Green, Valentine (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. V. Green, Birkin 
Rectory, Ferry Bridge. Monitor, 1848 ; left 1850 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; 
Postmaster of Merton Coll. 1850-4 ; served in the Education Depart- 
ment in India. DIED 

Harris, Oliver Hay Clement (Druries), son of W. Harris, Esq., Wootton Hall, 
Northants. Left 1848 2 . Of Wootton Hall. DIED 1861. 

Laird, McGregor (The Head Master's), son of J. Laird, Esq., M.P., Birken- 
head. Left 1848 1 . In business in Liverpool ; J.P. Cheshire. DIED 
July 7th, 1894. 

Legh, William Dawson (H.B.), son of the Rev. E. D. Legh (O.K.), St. Bo- 
tolph's Rectory, E.C. Previously at Charterhouse ; left 1854 1 . 
London Univ., B.A. 1857 ; in Holy Orders. DIED May 23rd, 1858. 

Miles, Philip Edward (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Miles, Esq., Watford. 
Cricket XL 1847-9 ; left 1849 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852 ; P.C. 
of Owlesbury, Hants., 1865-8; Rector of Odstock, Wilts., 1868. DIED 
May 2nd, 1909. 

O'Donell, Richard Alexander ( The Grove), son of Sir R. A. O'Donell, 4th Bart. 
Left 1850 1 . Capt. N. Mayo Militia; Resident Magistrate, 1857-67. 
DIED July 7th, 1867. -i : 

Pember, Edward Henry ( The Park), son of J. E. R. Pember, Esq., Clapham 
Park. Left 1847 3 . Afterwards at Charterhouse ; Student of Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1856; Bar- 
rister, 1858 ; well-known practitioner at the Parliamentary Bar ; 
Q.C. 1874 ; Bencher (1876) and late Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn ; J.P. 
and C.A. Hants. ; Mayor of Lymington, 1898-1901 ; author of several 
volumes of academic verse on classical subjects, printed for private 
circulation only ; for many years Sec. of the Society of Dilettanti ; 
perpetual Sec. of the Academic Committee of English Letters from its 
foundation in 1910. DIED April 5th, 1911. 

Phelps, Frederic Philip ( The Park), son of the Ven. W. W. Phelps, Archdeacon 
of Carlisle. Left 1847 3 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855; M.A. 1863; 
Surgeon at Exeter. DIED May 1st, 1885. 

Powell, George Hareourt (The Park), son of J. H. Powell, Esq., Drinkstone 
Park, Bury St. Edmunds. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854 ; 
Capt. 7th Hussars ; of Drinkstone Park. DIED 1890. 

Puget, Granville William (The Grove), son of J. H. Puget, Esq., Pointer's 
Grove, Totteridge. Left 1846 1 . Lieut.-Col. 34th Regt. ; served in 
the Crimea ; of 46, Redcliffe Square, London. DIED Nov. 17th, 1888. 

Pym, Robert Ruthven (The Grove), son of F. Pym, Esq., The Hasells, Biggies- 
wade. Left 1848 2 . Banker and Philanthropist. DIED Jan. 17th, 
1894. 

Ryan, William Cavendish Bentinck ( The Park), son of the Right Hon. Sir E. 
Ryan, Garden Lodge, Kensington. Left 1848 3 . Entered H.E.I.Co.'s 
Military Service, 1850 ; retired as Col. 1877. DIED 1889. 

Sheppard, Charles ( The Grove), son of the Rev. J. Sheppard, Blackheath. 
Left 1849 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. 

Snell, Henry Nugent (Druries), son of R. Snell, Esq., Calcutta. Left 1847 1 
DIED in India, 1897. 

Sturt, Charles Napier (The Grove), son of H. C. Sturt, Esq. (O.H.), Crichel, 
Wimboriie. Left 1848 2 . Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards ; served in the 
. /-. Crimea (severely wounded at Inkerman) ; M.P. Dorchester, 1856-65; 
J.P. Dorset. DIED March 13th, 1886. 



190 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1846 1 -46 2 

Thornhill, John Bensley (The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Thornhill, Holly 
Cottage, Hampstead. Left 1849 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1850-2 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1853-7 ; Assistant Commr. in Oudh ; besieged in Lucknow, 
1857 ; volunteered to go out and guide Havelock's relieving force 
through the city ; was mortally wounded, and DIED in the Residency, 
Oct. 12th, 1857. 

Trevilian, William John Cely- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Major M. Cely-Trevilian, 
Barnfield, Exeter. Cricket XI. 1848, but prevented by ill-health from 
playing at Lord's ; left 1850 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. DIED March 1st, 1855. 

Tufnell, Arthur Jollifle ( The Grove), son of J. J. Tufnell, Esq. (O.K.), Langleys, 
Chelmsford. Left 1849 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; joined 34th (The 
Border) Regt. 1857 ; Col. ; served in the Indian Mutiny ; present at 
the relief of Lucknow, defence of Cawnpore, defeat of Gwalior mu- 
tineers, Seria Ghat, and action of Kalee Nuddee (medal and clasp) ; 
J.P. Essex. DIED in India, from the effects of a fall from his horse, 
June 24th, 1883. 

Walford, Arthur Carr (The Park), son of A. Walford, Esq., 66, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. Left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; 
Barrister, 1858. DIED Oct. 24th, 1873. 

Whitley, William ( The Park), son of J. Whitley, Esq., Shaw Street, Liverpool. 
Left 1849 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853; Barrister, 1869; J.P. 
Lanes, and Glos. W. Whitley, Esq., 5, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
W.C. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1846. 

Abbot, William Brame (H.B.), son of W. Abbot, Esq., Harrow. Left 1849 2 . 
Proctor at Doctors' Commons. 

Alexander, William Henry ( The Head Master's), son of H. B. Alexander, Esq., 
15, Netting Hill Square, W. Left 1850 3 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1856 ; Barrister, 1860 ; Manager of the Victoria Street Branch of the 
London and Westminster Bank. DIED Aug. 24th, 1899. 

Baring, Thomas Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Dr. C. Baring, Bishop of 
Durham. Lyon Scholar, 1849 ; left 1849 2 . Scholar of Wadham 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855; Fellow of Brasenose Coll.; for 
some time a Banker in New York, and for thirty years a Partner in 
the firm of Baring Brothers & Co. ; M.P. S. Essex, 1874-85 ; City 
of London in 1887 ; author of several works, including " Pindar in 
English Rhyme " and " The System of Epicurus " ; in 1886 he pur- 
chased and anonymously presented to the School twenty acres of 
the Football Field; refounded Hertford Coll. Oxf. at the cost of 
100,000. DIED April 2nd, 1892. 

Barnardiston, Nathaniel (The Park), son of N. C. Barnardiston, Esq., The 
Ryes, Sudbury, Suffolk. Left 1850 2 . Joined 27th Regt. 1851 ; re- 
tired 1857 ; served in India ; Chairman of W. Suffolk Quarter Sessions 
and late of W. Suffolk C.C. ; J.P. and D.L. Suffolk ; J.P. Essex ; Col. 
and late Brig.-Gen. of the Harwich Infantry Volunteer Brigade ; V.D. 
Col. Barnardiston, as above. 

Bulkeley, Egerton Glent worth (H.B.), son of Capt. J. Bulkeley, R.N., Huntley 
Hall, Cheadle. Left 1847 3 . Late of Huntley Hall. 

Bulkeley, Rollo James (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1848 1 . Barrister, 
1853 ; of Park View House, Cork. DIED Oct. 16th, 1910. 

Campbell, Hon. Dudley (Mr. Oxenham's), son of John, 1st Baron Campbell. 
Cricket XL 1851-2 ; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. and M.A. 
1855; Barrister, 1859. DIED Jan. 24th, 1900. 



1846*] CHARLES JOHN VAVOHAN. 191 

Clowes, John Cobb ( The Grove), son of J. E. Clowes, Esq., 7, Brunswick Square, 
W.C. Left 1850 2 . Formerly a Merchant. J. C. Clowes, Esq., 43, 
Ramsden Road, Balham, S.W. 

Cotton, William Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Mrs. Cotton, Curwen Woods, 
near Burton. Left 1847 2 . 

Courage, Edward (Small Houses], son of J. Courage, Esq., Dulwich. Left 
1850 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Brewer ; of Shenfield Place, Brentwood. 
DIED June 10th, 1904. 

Daniell, Cairnes Anthony ( The Head Master's], son of J. F. N. Daniell, Esq. 
(O.K.), Sandown, Esher. Left I860 3 . I.C.S. 1854; District and 
Circuit Judge, Gorakhpur ; Div. Commr. of Revenue and Police, 
Benares ; Senior Member of the Board of Revenue, United Provinces ; 
retired 1889. C. A. Daniell, Esq., Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 

Davenport, Arthur Henry (The Grove], son of E. D. Davenport, Esq., M.P., 
Capesthorne, Congleton. Left 1846 3 . Joined 1st Life Guards, 1852 ; 
retired 1856 ; of Capesthorne ; J.P. Cheshire (High Sheriff, 1859). 
DIED Sept. 7th, 1867. 

Du Faur, Frederick Eccleston (The Head Master's], son of F. Du Faur, Esq., 
23, Queen Anne Street, W. Left 1850 1 . Entered the Public Service 
in N.S.W. in the Survey or-Gen.'s Office, 1863 ; Chief Draughtsman in 
" Occupation of Lands " Office ; retired 1881 ; subsequently in 
private practice in connection with the Land Laws of N.S.W. ; retired 
1900 ; Founder (1874), original Trustee, and President since 1892, of 
the National Art Gallery of N.S.W. E. Du Faur, Esq., Flowton, 
Turramurra, near Sydney, N.S.W. 

Earle, Frederic William (The Head Master's), son of R. Earle, Esq. (O.K.), 
Edenhurst, Prescot, Lanes. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1853 ; M.A. 
1856 ; Capt. Lanes. Yeomanry ; J.P. Lanes. DIED 1891. 

Forster, William Stewart ( The Grove), son of the Rev. S. E. Forster, Southend 
Chapel, Lewisham. Left 1850 2 . Solicitor, 1857 ; practised in Lon- 
don ; retired 1895. W. S. Forster, Esq., Rumwood Court, Maidstone. 

Franks, Thomas John (The Park], son of J. Franks, Esq., Ballyscaddane, 
Knocklong, Limerick. Left 1848 1 . J.P. Limerick (High Sheriff, 
1883). T. J. Franks, Esq., as above. 

Garratt, Charles Foster (The Grove), son of J. Garratt, Esq., Bishop's Court, 
Exeter. Monitor, 1850; left 1851 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856; 
M.A. 1857 ; Vicar of Little Tew, Oxon., 1858-80. Rev. C. F. Garratt, 
16, Rawlinson Road, Oxford. 

Gibson, John Sumner ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Gibson, Fawley 
Rectory, Southampton. Cricket XL 1851-2; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., Chancellor's Medal for English Verse, 1855 ; B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 
1860 ; C.U. Cricket XL 1855 ; Vicar of Lullington, Derbyshire, 1869- 
73 ; of Iridge Place, Hurst Green. DIED Sept. 28th, 1892. 

Gilliat, John Saunders (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. K. Gilliat, Esq., Clapham 
Common, S.W. Left 1848 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1851 ; M.A. 1856 ; 
Merchant and American Banker ; Director of the Bank of England ; 
Gov. 1883-5 ; M.P. Clapham, 1886-92 ; S.W. Lanes. Widnes, 1892- 
1900; D.L. London; J.P. Herts. J. S. Gilliat, Esq., 18, Prince's 
Gate, S.W., and Chorleyicood Cedars, Herts. 

Grimston, Daniel Thomas ( The Park), son of Col. C. Grimston (O.H.), Grimston 
Garth, Hull. Left 1851 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1856; Land 
Agent to Lord Lansdowne. DIED March 3rd, 1872. 

Gulson, John Reynolds (Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. Gulson, Esq., Poor Law 
Office, Somerset House. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; 
Barrister, 1858; of Gornay, Teignmouth ; J.P. Devon. DIED 
June 7th, 1905. 



192 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1846 2 

Harbord, Hon. Walter (Druries), son of Edward, 3rd Baron Suffield. Left 
' ,f.( . 1849 2 . Joined 7th Hussars, 1858; retired as Major; late Clerk in 
the Customs. 

Hopetoun, John Alexander, Earl of (H.B.), son of John, 5th Earl of Hopetoun 
(O.H.). Succ. as 6th Earl, 1843 ; left 1849 2 . Joined 1st Life Guards, 
1851 ; retired 1852 ; Lord-Lieut, of Linlithgow. DIED April 2nd, 
1873. 

Houston, Thomas Blakiston- (The Head Master's], son of R. B. Blakiston- 
Houston, Esq., Orangefield, Belfast. Left 1847 2 . Joined 54th Regt. 
1851 ; promoted to the rank of Capt. for distinguished service on 
board the transport Sarah Sand-s, when on fire during a voyage to 
Calcutta, 1857. DIED of fever contracted in India during the Mutiny, 
Feb. 1860. 

Jackson, Thomas Hughes (The Park), son of Sir W. Jackson, 1st Bart., of 
Birkenhead. Left 1849 3 . Partner in G. H. Fletcher & Co., Ship- 
owners, Liverpool ; J.P. Cheshire and Birkenhead ; Mayor of Birken- 
head, 1879-80. T. H. Jackson, Esq., The Manor House, Birkenhead. 

Jackson, William (The Park), brother of the above. Left 1849 3 . Stock- 
broker in Liverpool ; J.P. Cheshire and Birkenhead. DIED Aug. 8th, 
1906. 

Jervoise, Harry Samuel Gumming Clarke ( The Grove), son of S. C. Jervoise, 
Esq. (O.H.), Shenley, Barnet. Left 1849 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1854; Clerk in Foreign Office, 1854; Sec. to Lord Sydney's Special 
Mission to Brussels to invest King Leopold II. with the Order of the 
Garter; Diplomatic Service, 1868; served at Florence, Rome, and 
Lisbon; Assistant Clerk Foreign Office, 1872; Acting 1st Sec. to 
Mr. Goschen's Special Embassy to Constantinople, 1880 ; Senior Clerk 
in Foreign Office, 1880 ; retired 1894 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1908. DIED 
May 28th, 1911. 

Jordan, William Walker (The Head Master's), son of W. W. Jordan, Esq., 12, 
Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, N.W. Left 1846 3 . 

Law, George Vanbrugh (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. V. Law, 
Malford Rectory, Chippenham. Left 1846 3 . Lieut.-Col. Madras 
Army. DIED Sept. 30th, 1889. 

Leigh, Charles Edward Austen- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. E. 
Austen-Leigh, Scarletts, Twyford. Previously at Winchester ; 
Cricket XI. 1850-1 ; left 185 1 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., Craven Univ. 
Scholar, 1851 ; Principal Clerk of Committees in the House of Com- 
mons ; retired 1897. C. E. Austen- Leigh, Esq., Frog Firle, Berwick 
Station, Sussex. 

Long, William Beeston (The Grove), son of W. Long, Esq., Hurts Hall, Sax- 
mundham. Left 1851 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856; of Hurts Hall; 
J.P. and D.L. Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1879) ; Chairman of Quarter 
Sessions. DIED Sept. 2nd, 1892. 

Lytton, Edward Robert Lytton Bulwer- (The Park), son of Sir E. Bulwer- 
Lytton, 1st Bart., 1st Baron Lytton, 1866. Left 1849 2 . Entered 
Diplomatic Service, 1849; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1873; Minister at 
Lisbon, 1874-6; Governor-Gen, of India, 1876-80; created Earl of 
Lytton, 1880; Ambassador at Paris, 1887-91 ; author of numerous 
poetical works, chiefly under the pseudonym of " Owen Meredith " ; 
G.C.B. ; G.C.S.I. ; C.I.E. ; P.C. DIED Nov. 24th, 1891. 

Maitland, John Whitaker (The Park), son of W. W. Maitland, Esq. (O.H.), 
Loughton Hall, Essex. Left 1848 2 . Trin. Hall Camb., B.A. 1854 ; 
M.A. 1857 ; Rector of Loughton, 1856-1909 ; Rural Dean of Chigwell. 
DIED Nov. 28th, 1909. 



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Maiden, William Herbert (The Head Master's), son of Lieut. C. R. Maiden, 
B.N., Brighton. Left 1848 2 . At Addiscombe, 1849-51 ; joined 
Bombay Artillery, 1851 ; Capt. 1854 ; served with Turkish Contingent 
in the Crimea (medal and order of Medjidie), and was in command of 
the station of Rutnagerry in the Indian Mutiny. DIED in India, 
July 29th, 1859. 

Marillier, William (H.B.), son of J. F. Marillier, Esq., Harrow. Cricket XI. 
1850-2 ; Capt. 1852 ; winner of Champion Racket, 1851 ; left 1852 3 . 
R.H.S. silver medal for saving E. W. Craigie's life while skating in 
Harrow Park ; Master of Rotherhithe Grammar School, 1853-89 ; 
Librarian to Rotherhithe Free Library, 1890-6. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1896. 

Medlycott, Edward Bradford (The Grove), son of Sir W. C. Medlycott (O.H.), 
2nd Bart. Left 185 1 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1855 ; 
Barrister, 1859 ; succ. as 4th Bart. 1887 ; J.P. Somerset. DIED 
Feb. 17th, 1902. 

Miller, George (The Park), son of the Rev. Sir T. C. Miller, 6th Bart., of 
Chi Chester. Monitor, 1849 ; left 185 1 2 . Scholar of Exeter Coll. Oxf., 
1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1858 ; Fellow, 1857-65 ; 
Barrister, 1863 ; Examiner in the Education Office, London, 1865-84 ; 
Assistant Sec. Education Dept. 1884-98; C.B. DIED Dec. 29th, 1909. 

Pares, John (The Head Master's), son of T. Pares, Esq., Hopwell Hall, Derby. 
Left 1850 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; J.P. Hants, 
and Surrey. J. Pares, Esq., Westfield, Southsea. 

Perceval, John Spencer ( The Park), son of S. Perceval, Esq. (O.H.), M.P., Elm 
Grove, Baling. Left 1847 3 . Lieut. 1st Waikatoo Royal Victorian 
Volunteers. KILLED in a skirmish with the Maori at the Mauka 
River, Oct. 23rd, 1863. 

Plowden, William Chichele ( The Head Master's), son of W. H. Plowden, Esq., 
M.P., Devonshire Place, W. Left 1847 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1850-2 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1852 ; specially thanked for services in the Indian Mutiny ; 
Commr. of Meerut, Census Commr. for India, and a member of the 
Viceregal Legislative Council ; retired 1885 ; M.P. W. Wolverhampton, 
1886-92; K.C.S.I. 1886; J.P. Middlesex, Dorset, and Oxon. ; C.C. 
Oxon. Sir W. Chichele Plowden, K.C.S.I., Aston Rowant House, 
Oxon. 

Powys, Hon. Thomas Littleton ( The Grove), son of Thomas, 3rd Baron Lilford. 
Left 1850 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 4th Baron, 1861 ; Pres. of the 
British Ornithological Society and author of various ornithological 
works. DIED June 17th, 1896. 

Putnam, John Millidge (Druries), son of C. S. Putnam, Esq., Fredericton, New 
Brunswick. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854; Barrister, 
1858. DIED 1891. 

Radford, Vaughan Hobbs (The Grove), son of T. Radford, Esq., Carnfield Hall, 
Alfreton. Left 1848 1 . DIED June 6th, 1911. 

Ryder, Granville Richard ( The Head Master's), son of the Hon. G. D. Ryder, 
Westbrook Hay, Kernel Hempstead. Left 1850 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf.; 
S.C.L. 1855 ; B.A. and M.A. 1858 ; Barrister, 1859 ; M.P. Salisbury, 
1874-80; F.R.G.S. DIED July 3rd, 1901. 

Smith, Abel (The Grove), son of A. Smith, Esq. (O.K.), M.P., Woodhall Park, 
Ware. Left 1848 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1852; of Woodhall 
Park ; M.P. Herts., 1854-7, 1859-65, and 1866-85 ; E. Herts., 1885-98 ; 
J.P. Herts. ; Capt. Herts. Yeomanry. DIED May 30th, 1898. 

Smith, Robert (The Grove), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Banker ; of Goldmgs, Hertford ; J.P. and D.L. Herts. (High 
Sheriff, 1869). DIED Oct. 21st, 1894. 

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Smith, William Arthur (The Grove), son of T. Smith, Esq., Colebrooke Park, 
Tonbridge. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854. IF. A. 
Smith, Esq., as above. 

Smyth, William Edward (The Head Master's), son of R. Smyth, Esq., Glana- 
nea, Drumcreo, Westmeath. Left 1849 1 . Trin. Coll. Dublin, B.A. 
1851 ; of Glananea ; J.P. Co. Westmeath. DIED June 15th, 1890. 

Southwell, Harry Glanville (Druries), son of H. Southwell, Esq., Saxmundham, 
Suffolk. Cricket XI. 1848-9; left 1850 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1854 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1852-3 ; Rector of Rothwell, Lines., 1875-90. 
DIED July 2nd, 1890. 

Stapylton, Martin Bryan ( The Grove), son of S. Stapylton, Esq., Myton Hall, 
Helperby, Yorks. Left 1851 1 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1854 ; 
Barrister, 1858 ; J.P. N. Riding Yorks. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1894. 

Torrens, Alfred ( The Head Master's), son of Gen. R. Torrens, India. Cricket 
XI. 1848-9; left 1849 2 . Joined 66th (Berks.) Regt. 1849; retired 
as Capt. 1876 ; of Barton Manor, Hayes, Kent. DIED Jan. 22nd, 
1903. 

Traherne, Llewellyn Edmund (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. G. Traherne 
(O.H.), St. Hilary, Cowbridge, Glamorgan. Left 1847 2 . Brasenose 
Coll. Oxf. ; in 60th Rifles ; of Coedarhydyglyn, near Cardiff. DIED 
about 1907. 

Trevelyan, Harington Astley (Druries), son of Gen. W. Trevelyan, H.E.I.C.S., 
of Newfargie, Perthshire. Left 1850 3 . Joined llth Hussars; trans- 
ferred to 7th Hussars ; Lieut.-Col. at the age of 25 ; retired as Col. 
1869 ; served in the Crimea (wounded at Balaclava, where he charged 
with the Light Brigade ; present also at the Alma and siege of Se- 
bastopol ; medal with 3 clasps, 5th Class Medjidie, and Turkish medal). 
DIED Oct. 1900. 

Veasey, Francis Gerali (Mr. Oxenham's), son of D. Veasey, Esq., Castle Hill 
House, Huntingdon. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; 
M.A. 1858; LL.D. 1876; Rector of All Saints', Huntingdon, 1858-74; 
Archdeacon of Huntingdon, 1874 ; Hon. Canon of Ely ; has assumed 
the name of Vesey. Ven. Archdeacon Vesey, as above. 

Verschoyle, Henry William (The Grove), son of R. Verschoyle, Esq., 98, Eaton 
Square, S.W. Left 1849 2 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 1851 ; Lieut.- 
Col. 1861 ; served in the Crimea (present at the Alma, Balaclava, 
Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol ; wounded in the trenches 
before Sebastopol ; medal with 4 clasps, etc.). DIED Aug. 20th, 1870. 

Walford, Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. Walford, Hatfield 
Place, Chelmsford. Monitor, 1849 ; left 1850 1 . Exeter Coll. and 
Brasenose Coll. (Scholar), Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; Chaplain at 
Bombay, 1864-86; Rector of Padworth, Berks., 1888-9; Vicar of 
Chirton, Wilts., 1889-91 ; of West Hampnett, Sussex, 1891-1903 ; 
Rector of Donnington, Herefordshire, 1903-4. Rev. Charles Walford, 
Junior Constitutional Club, W. 

Wilson, Harry William Pigott ( The Grove), son of the Rev. the Hon. R. Wilson, 
Ashwelthorpe, near Wymondham. Left 1849 1 . DIED April 28th, 
1853. 

Wyndham, William (The Park), son of W. Wyndham, Esq. (O.K.), M.P., 
Dinton Park Salisbury. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856; 
J.P. and D.L. Wilts. W . Wyndham, Esq., as above. 



1846 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUOHAN. 195 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1846. 

Barton, George Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. H. J. Barton, 
Wicken Rectory, Stony Stratford. Left 1847 2 . Worcester Coll. Oxf. 

Bayley, Francis Souper (H.B.), son of the Rev. W. H. R. Bayley, Harrow. 
Left 1850 2 . 

Bayley, John Alexander (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1848 2 . 
Bayley, William Henry Ricketts (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1848 3 . 

Blayds, Charles Stuart (The Park), son of the Rev. H. Blayds, South Stoke 
Vicarage, Bath. Previously at Marlborough ; Monitor, 1849 ; while 
at Harrow he jumped from the top to the bottom of the old School 
steps ; left 1850 2 . Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Chancellor's Prize for 
Latin Poem, 1851 ; migrated to Christ's Coll. Camb. 1852 ; Camden 
Medal, 1853 and 1855; Craven Scholar, 1854; Browne Medal, 1855; 
Latin Essay, 1856 ; 2nd Classic, 1856 ; B.A. 1856 ; M.A. and Fellow 
of Christ's Coll. 1858 ; Barrister, 1865 ; author of " Verses and Trans- 
lations," 1852; "Fly Leaves," 1872, etc.; assumed the name of 
Calverley, 1852. DIED Feb. 17th, 1884. 

Blundell, Jonathan Blundell Hollinshead (The Park), son of R. B. B. H. 

Blundell, Esq., Deysbrook, Liverpool. Left 1847 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. 
DIED Oct. 10th, 1870. 

Bosanquet, Theodore (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. H. Bosan- 
quet, Esq. (O.H.), Osidge, East Barnet. Left 1849 2 . E. India Coll. 
Haileybury, 1852-4; Bombay C.S. 1854-80; Magistrate and Collector 
of Sholapur ; J.P. Devon. T. Bosanquet, Esq., The Poplars, 
Bletchingley , Surrey. 

Burroughes, Thomas Henry (The Grove), son of the Rev. J. Burroughes, 
Lingwood, Lodge, Norwich. Monitor, 1852 ; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb.; Surveyor; D.L. Rutland (High Sheriff, 1904). T. H. Bur- 
roughes, Esq., Ketton Cottage, Stamford. 

Butler, Henry Montagu (The Head Master's), son of Dr. G. Butler, Head 
Master of Harrow. Monitor, 1849 ; Head of the School, 1850 ; Lyon 
Scholar, 1849; Gregory Scholar, 1851 ; Cricket XL 1851 ; left 1851 2 . 
Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., Bell Univ. Scholar, 1852 ; Battie Univ. 
Scholar, 1853 ; Browne Medal for Greek Ode, 1853 and 1854 ; Camden 
Medal, Porson, and 1st Members' Prize for Latin Essay, 1854 ; Senior 
Classic ; B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; D.D. 1865 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 
1855; Head Master of Harrow School, Jan. 1860 July, 1885; Dean 
of Gloucester, 1885-6; Master of Trinity Coll. Camb. 1886; Vice- 
Chancellor Camb. Univ. 1889-91 ; Chaplain in Ord. to Queen Victoria ; 
D.C.L. Oxf. ; LL.D. Glasgow and St. Andrews ; Hon. Canon of Ely ; 
author of " Ten Great and Good Men " (1909), and several volumes of 
Sermons. Very Rev. the Master, Trinity Lodge, Cambridge. 

Carnegie, John Lindsay- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. F. Lindsay-Carnegie, 
Esq., of Kinblethmont, Arbroath, Forfar. Left 1849 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., M.A. 1856. DIED at Paris, May 9th, 1857. 

Cary, Hon. Lucius William Charles Frederick Augustus ( The Head Master's), 
son of Lucius, 10th Viscount Falkland. Left 1846 3 . Served in 27th, 
8th, and 95th Regts. ; retired as Capt. 1858; A.D.C. to his father 
when Governor of Bombay, 1849 ; D.L. N. Riding Yorks. DIED 
Aug. 6th, 1871. 

Clayton, Robert John Browne- (The Grove), son of R. C. Browne-Clayton, Esq. 
(O.K.), Adlirigton Hall, Wigan. Left 1848 3 . In 34th Regt. DIED 
in camp, of wounds received at the assault on the Redan, July 12th, 
1855. 



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Coventry, Henry HaKord (The Head Master's), son of F. Coventry, Esq., 
Henbury, Dorset. Left 1847 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Civil Engineer ; 
late Lieut. Middlesex Volunteer Engineers. H. H. Coventry, Esq., 
Lindford Cottage, Liphook. 

Crewe, Evelyn Harpur ( The Park), son of Sir G. Crewe, 8th Bart. Left 1848 2 . 
Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards. DIED July 1st, 1877. 

Daniell, Lindsey Harrison (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Capt. E. M. Daniell, 39, 
Gloucester Square, W. Left 1848 1 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; Curate of 
Southsea. DIED Dec. 13th, 1872. 

Deane, Hon. Matthew James Hastings Fitzmaurice (Druries), son of Matthew, 
3rd Baron Muskerry (O.H.). Left 1849 3 . Late in 4th Dragoons; 
served in the Crimea ; of Springfield Castle, Limerick. DIED 1907. 

Edridge, Frederick Lockwood (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. C. C. Edridge 
(O.H.), Woodhay, Newbury. Left 1850 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1854 ; joined 20th Regt. (Lancashire Fusiliers), 1855 ; Lieut.-Col. 
Commanding, 1878-83; retired as Col. 1889; served in the Crimea 
(present at siege of Sebastopol and siege and capture of Kinbourn ; 
medal with clasp and Turkish medal) and in the Indian Mutiny (medal) ; 
C.B. 1907. Col. F. L. Edridge, C.B., 2, Clanricarde Gardens, Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

Evans, George (Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. D. Evans, Esq., 73, Shore Street, 
Liverpool. Left 1849 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb. ; of Portrane, Dona- 
bate, Co. Dublin. DIED May 26th, 1873. 

Gardiner, John Peter (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of T. G. 
Gardiner, Esq., Twickenham. Left 1847 1 . Entered R.N. DIED 
young. 

Goldingham, John Dairy mple (Mr. Warner's), son of J. Goldingham, Esq., 
Madras. Left 1848 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1851-3 ; Madras C.S. 1853-88 ; 
District and Sessions Judge of Bellary. J. D. Goldingham, Esq., E.I. 
United Service Club, S. W. 

Grey, Edward (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Right Hon. Sir C. E. Grey, 
G.C.H., Jamaica. Left 1849 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Haileybury Coll 
1851-2; H.E.I.C.S. 1853-79; Judge of Gaya ; Barrister, 1867. E. 
Grey, Esq., Woodleigh, May field, Sussex. 

Grosvenor, Robert Wellesley ( The Head Master's), son of Lord R. Grosvenor, 
1st Baron Ebury, 1857. Left 1847 1 . King's Coll. London; joined 
1st Life Guards, 1853 ; retired as Capt. 1866 ; M.P. Westminster, 
1865-74 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1893 ; Chairman of the Army and Navy 
Co-op. Society. Lord Ebury, Moor Park, Rickmans worth. 

Gurney, William Coryndon (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. Gurney, Esq., Launces- 
ton. Previously at Winchester ; left 1850 2 . Jesus Coll. Camb B A 
1854; Barrister, 1857. DIED Feb. 7th, 1863. 

Hankey, Frederic Alers (The Grove), son of T. A. Hankey, Esq., 7, Fenchurch 
Street, E.C. Monitor, 1850; Cricket XI. 1850-1; left 1851 2 . Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855; M.A. 1860; of Silver-lands, Chertsey ; J.P. 
Surrey ; Chairman of the Consolidated Bank. DIED Feb. 15th, 1892. 

Harbord, Hon. Harbord (Druries), son of Edward, 3rd Baron Suffield. Left 
1847 1 . Of Gunton Park, Norwich ; J.P. Norfolk ; Lieut.-Col. Norfolk 
Artillery Militia. DIED Feb. llth, 1894. 

Hoare, Edward Thomas (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. H. Hoare, Fram- 
field Vicarage, Hurst Green. Monitor, 1850; Sayer Scholar, 1850; 
left 185 1 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., 1st Class Theol. Tripos ; B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1858; Vicar of Chilworth, Hants., 1885-1900. DIED Dec. 7th' 
1900. 



1846 s ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 197 

Hozier, John Wallace (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Hozier, Esq., of Mauldslie 
Castle, Carluke, Lanarkshire. Monitor, 1850 ; Head of the School, 
1851; Spencer Scholar, 1852; left 1853 2 . Scholar of Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., 1st Class Finals, B.A. 1856; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1857; 
joined 2nd Dragoons, 1858 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1882 ; passed 1st 
from Staff Coll. 1867; author of the "Harrow Calendar," 1853. 
DIED Sept. 30th, 1905. 

Kerr, Claudius Augustus (H.B.), son of C. A. Kerr, Esq., Madras, India. 
Left 1850 2 . Wadham Coll. Oxf. 

Knatchbull, Richard Astley ( The Park), son of the Right Hon. Sir E. Knatch- 
bull, 9th Bart. Left 1849 1 . Capt. 57th Regt. DIED Aug. 29th, 1875. 

Lewellin, David Jones (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Very Rev. L. Lewellin, 
Dean of St. Davids. Left 1850 3 . Jesus Coll. Oxf. 

Loekhart, William Eliott- (The Park and H.B.), son of A. Eliott-Lockhart, 
Esq., M.P., of Borthwickbrae, Hawick, N.B. Left 1850 2 . Joined 
26th Cameronians, 1852 ; transferred to 74th Highlanders ; retired 
as Capt. 1868 ; p.s.c. ; of Cleghorn, Lanark, N.B. ; J.P. Cos. Lanark, 
Roxburgh, and Selkirk ; D.L. Selkirk and Lanark. DIED 1907. 

Louis, John (H.B.), son of T. Louis, Esq., Harrow. Left 184 7 1 . Joined 3rd 
Bombay European Regt. 1854 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1877 ; succ. as 
3rd Bart. 1863. DIED Nov. 16th, 1893. 

Louis, William Lumley (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1847 3 . Capt. 
101st Regt. DIED 1876. 

McCall, Frederick (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. McCall, Esq., of Daldowie, 
Broomhouse, N.B. Left 1850 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Lochbrae, 
Kilpatrick, N.B. ; J.P. Dumbarton. DIED May 24th, 1882. 

McCall, George (Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . Of 
Daldowie ; J.P. Lanarks. ; Col. Commanding 4th (Militia) Batt. 
Scottish Rifles ; Member of Royal Company of Archers ; Founder of 
McCall Scholarship. DIED July 28th, 1908. 

Macphail, Edmund Whittingstall St. Maur (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Major 
J. C. Macphail, St. Maurs, Ferring, Sussex. Left 1848 1 . Jesus Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1859; M.A. 1863 ; Rector of Plumpton, Northants., 1870-8 ; 
Vicar of Baulking, Berks., 1878-86 ; Rector of Letcombe Basset, Berks., 
1886-9. DIED Jan. 27th, 1903. 

Pepys, Hon. George (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of Charles, 1st Earl of Cottenham 
(O.H.). Left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854 ; Barrister, 1857 ; 
Lieut. Inns of Court R.V. DIED Sept. 6th, 1890. 

Quick, Robert Hebert (Small Houses), son of J. C. Quick, Esq., Ingatestone, 
Essex. Left 1847 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857; 
Assistant Master at Harrow, 1870-4 ; first Editor of the " Blue Book "; 
Vicar of Sedbergh, Yorks., 1883-92 ; was University Lecturer at 
Cambridge on the History of Education, 1879, 1881, and 1883, and 
author of various works on education. DIED 1892. 

Smyth, George Lynedoch Carmichael- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. D. S. 
Carmichael-Smyth (O.K.), H.E.I.C.S. Left 1847 3 . Lieut.-Col. 95th 
Regt. ; served in the Crimea (present at the Alma and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie on Oct. 26th, 1855 ; medal 
with 3 clasps and Turkish Medal ; Knight of Legion of Honour ; 5th 
Class Medjidie) and in Rajpootana and Central India during the 
Mutiny (present at siege, assault, and capture of Rotah, and at the 
affairs of Roondrye and Boordah ; mentioned in despatches ; medal 
with clasp) ; Chief Constable of Worcs. 1871 ; resumed the name of 
Carmichael, 1852. DIED Jan. 29th, 1903. 

Stephens, Frederick (The Grove), son of W. Stephens, Esq., 30, Bedford Row, 
W.C. Left 1851 1 . 



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Tufnell, Edward (The Grove], son of the Rev. J. C. F. Tufnell, Edburton 
Rectory, Stenning. Left 1851 1 . Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1855 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; Vicar of Easebourne, Sussex, 1863-79 ; Domestic Chaplain 
to Lord Egmont. DIED March 1st, 1879. 

Vardon, Noel Hovendon Bryan (The Grove], son of T. Vardon, Esq., Esher, 
Surrey. Left 1848 2 . Capt. in the Army. DIED 

Waldegrave, Hon. Granville Augustus William (The Grove], son of Granville* 
2nd Baron Radstock. Left 1851 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1854; 
M.A. 1857 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1857 ; late Lieut.-Col. Middlesex R.V. 
Lord Radstock, May field, Woolston, Southampton. 

Wise, Henry (H.B.], son of Mrs. Wise, Osier Cottage, Harrow. Left 1850 3 . 
R.A.C. Cirencester ; Farmer and Land Agent. H. Wise, Esq., Silver 
Rill, Overbury, Tewkesbury. 

Wood, Edward (The Park], son of G. Wood, Esq., Hanger Hill, Baling. Left 
1850 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; of Culmington Manor, Craven Arms, Salop ; 
J.P. and D.L. Salop (High Sheriff, 1895); J.P. Middlesex. DIED 
Aug. 9th, 1904. 

Wood, Thomas Freeman (H.B.), son of T. Wood, Esq., Harrow. Left 1852 1 * 
Afterwards a Private Tutor at Eton. DIED 1876. 

Young, Allen Allicocke (The Head Master's), son of A. A. Young, Esq., 
Orlingbury, Wellingborough. Left 1852 3 . Sometime in 73rd Regt. 
DIED at Kareefontein, S. Africa, Nov. 30th, 1909. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1847. 

Adeane, Henry John (The Grove), son of H. J. Adeane, Esq., Babraham Hall. 
Cambridge. Left 1847 2 . Lieut. 62nd Regt. ; of Babraham ; M.P. 
Cambs. 1857-65 ; J.P. and D.L. Cambs. DIED Feb. 17th, 1870. 

Barrow, John Croker (Mr. Middlemisfs], son of Sir G. Barrow, 2nd Bart. 
Left 1852 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858; Barrister, 
1869 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1876 ; J.P. Kent, Cinque Ports, and Rams- 
gate. DIED Sept. 23rd, 1900. 

Biddulph, Michael (The Park], son of R. Biddulph, Esq. (O.K.), Ledbury, 
Herefordshire. Left 1851 1 . Partner in Cocks, Biddulph & Co., 
Bankers; M.P. Herefordshire, 1865-85; S. Herefordshire, 1885-1900; 
created Baron Biddulph, 1903; J.P. and D.L. Herefordshire; J.P. 
Glos. Lord Biddulph, 19, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

Blomfield, Alfred ( The Grove), son of Dr. C. J. Blomfield, Bishop of London. 
Monitor, 1851 ; left 1851 2 . Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf., Univ. Prize 
for Latin Verse, 1854; 1st Class Finals; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1857; 
D.D. 1882 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1859-69 ; P.C. of St. Philip's, Stepney, 
1862-5 ; Vicar of St. Matthew's, City Road, 1865-71 ; of Barking, 
1871-8 ; Archdeacon of Essex, 1878-82 ; Bishop Suffragan and Arch- 
deacon of Colchester, 1882-94 ; author of " Memoirs of Bishop Blom- 
field," etc. DIED Nov. 5th, 1894. 

Bockett, John SymondS (Mr. Warner's), son of D. S. Bockett, Esq., 60, Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, W.C. Left 1849 2 . Solicitor, 1857 ; of 60, Lincoln's Inn 
Fields and The Firs, Muswell Hill. DIED Nov. 19th, 1884. 

Bridges, Brook Henry ( The Park), son of the Rev. Sir T. P. Bridges, 7th Bart. 
Left 1848 1 . DIED Dec. 19th, 1852. 

Brown, George Barron (H.B.), son of Dr. Brown, Oaktree Cottage, Harrow. 
Left 1847 2 . 

Buller, Wentworth William (The Grove), son of Capt. T. W. Buller (O.K.), 
Strete Raleigh, Devon. Left 1850 3 . Of Strete Raleigh ; J.P. Devon. 
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Clark, Roger Edmund (Druries), son of the Rev. H. Clark, Harmston Vicarage, 
Lincoln. Left 1854 2 . Went to India for the Church Missionary 
Society, 1859. DIED at Peshawur, Jan. 14th, 1863. 

Clay, Harry Ernest (Druries), son of J. Clay, Esq., M.P., 25, Montagu Square, 
W. Left 185 1 2 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 1855; Sec. to the 
Embassy at Paris, and Sec. of Legation at Berne ; resigned 1869 ; 
of Hanford, Blandf ord ; J.P. Suffolk and Dorset (High Sheriff, 1877); 
D.L. Berwick ; assumed the additional names of Ker-Seymer, 1864. 
DIED June 18th, 1899. 

Corbet, Henry Reginald ( The Park), son of R. Corbet, Esq., Adderley Hall, 
Market Drayton. Left 1847 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; of Adderley Hall ; 
J.P. and D.L. Salop (High Sheriff, 1892) ; J.P. Staffs. ; Master of 
Cheshire Fox Hounds. DIED May 4th, 1902. 

Curtis, Spencer Henry (Druries), son of C. B. Curtis, Esq. (O.K.), Friar's Place, 
Acton. Left 1850 1 . West India Merchant ; J.P. Herts, and Middle- 
sex. -S. H. Curtis, Esq., 24, Longridge Road, Earl's Court, S.W. 
Dent, William Dent (Druries), son of J. Dent, Esq., Ribston Hall, Wetherby, 
Yorks. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1854; M.A. 1859; 
M.I.C.E. ; J.P. Lanes. W. D. Dent, Esq., 5, Green Heys Road, 
Prince's Park, Liverpool. 

Dirom, Patrick Hunter (The Grove), son of R. Dirom, Esq., Liverpool. Left 
1850 1 . Some time an East India Merchant at Liverpool; subse- 
quently settled at Lynchbury, Virginia, U.S.A. DIED in America, 
Feb. 1900. 

Du Boulay, Julius (The Park), son of T. Du Boulay, Esq., West Lawn, Sand- 
gate. Left 1848 1 . J.P. Kent. J. Du Boulay, Esq., as above. 
Earle, William (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir H. Earle, 1st Bart. Left 1849 3 . 
Joined 49th Regt. 1851 ; transferred to Grenadier Guards, 1856 ; 
Major-Gen. 1880 ; served in the Crimea as A.D.C. to General Windham 
(medal with 3 clasps, Sardinian and Turkish medals, and 5th Class 
Medjidie) ; Military Sec. to Sir W. Codrington at Gibraltar, 1859-61 ; 
to Sir J. Michel in Canada, 1865-70 ; to Lord Northbrook in India, 
1872-6 ; served in Egyptian War, 1882 (medal with clasp, thanked by 
Parliament, and 2nd Class Medjidie) ; commanded 4th Brigade Army 
of Occupation in Egypt, 1882 ; commanded Nile Expedition, 1884 ; 
C.S.I. ; C.B. KILLED while leading the charge of the Black Watch 
at Kerbekan, Egypt, Feb. 10th, 1885. 

FitzRoy, Cavendish Charles (The Head Master's), son of Lord C. FitzRoy 
(O.K.), M.P., 16, Grosvenor Place, Bath. Left 1850 2 . Joined 68th 
Regt. 1850 ; retired 1869 ; served in the Crimea with the 66th Regt. 
(medal with 4 clasps, Knight of the Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; 
A.D.C. to Lord Carlisle when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, and to Sir C. 
Trevelyan when Gov. of Madras ; associated with many London 
charitable societies. DIED Jan. 8th, 1894. 

Gardiner, Allen Weare ( The Head Master's), son of Capt. A. F. Gardiner, R.N., 
Aylesford, Kent. Left 1847 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. and Demy Magd. 
Coll., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1857 ; some time Chaplain at Lota, Chili ; 
Incumbent of Orange, N.S.W., and Chaplain to Bishop of Bathurst. 
DIED about 1880. 

Glyn, Pascoe Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. C. Glyn, Esq., 1st Baron 
Wolverton, 1869. Monitor, 1850 ; left 1851 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
Banker ; of Rokesnest, Godstone ; M.P. E. Dorset, 1885-6 ; J.P. 
Middlesex and Surrey. DIED Nov. 3rd, 1904. 

Gower, Erasmus (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. S. Gower, Esq., 13, Devonshire 
Place, W. Left 185 1 2 . Late Capt. 12th Lancers ; J.P. Cos. Car- 
marthen and Pembroke. E. Gower, Esq. t Castle Malgwyn, Boncath, 
S. Wales. 



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Green, Edward Freer (Mr. Middlemist's), son of E. Green, Esq., Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch. Left 1848 1 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1859; LL.M. 
1866 ; Vicar of Duddington, Northants., 1863. DIED 1905. 

Grey, George Henry ( The Head Master's), son of the Right Hon. Sir G. Grey, 
2nd Bart. Left 1850 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade ; transferred to Grena- 
dier Guards, 1858 ; Lieut.-Col. ; served in the Crimea (medal and 
clasps) ; Equerry to King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales. DIED 
Dec. llth, 187il 

Griffiths, Alfred Benson (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. R. Griffiths, Esq., Pilton, 
Barnstaple. Left 1848 3 . 

Hare, Augustus John Cuthbert (The Grove), son of F. G. Hare, Esq., Hurst- 
monceaux, Sussex. Left 1848 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 
1857; of Hurstmonceaux ; Artist; author of "Walks in London," 
" Studies in Russia," " Wanderings in Spain," and many other well- 
known works ; Knight of St. Olaf of Sweden ; his autobiography was 
published 1896-1900. DIED Jan. 22nd, 1903. 

Hill, James Eardley (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir H. Hill, Justice of the Queen's 
Bench. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1859 ; 
Barrister, 1858. DIED Oct. 8th, 1899. 

Hodgson, Frederick (Mr. Middlemist's), son of A. Hodgson, Esq., Liverpool. 
Left 1848 3 . 

Hodgson, Wilberforce (Mr. Middlemist's), brother of the above. Left 1850 1 . 
Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1859. 

Houson, Henry Basil (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. H. Houson, Brant 
Broughton Rectory, Newark. Left 1848 3 . Served in the 43rd, 51st, 
and 100th Regts. ; retired as Capt. 1864 ; of Fulbeck House, Grantham ; 
J.P. Lines. DIED March 23rd, 1910. 

Howe, Thomas Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of T. Howe, Esq., Highgate, N. 
Left 1848 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1855; M.A. 1857; Barrister, 1858. 
DIED 1883. 

Jones, Edward Gilliat (The Head Master's), son of J. Jones, Esq., Frondderw, 
Bala, Merioneth. Left 184 8 2 . Of Frondderw ; J.P. Merioneth. DIED 
Sept. 21st, 1905. 

Kington, Philip Oliphant (Mr. Warner's), son of T. Kington, Esq., Charlton 
House, Somerset. Cricket XL 1851 ; left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
of Ardblair, Perthshire ; assumed the additional names of Blair- 
Oliphant, 1868. DIED 1892. 

Laurie, John Wimburn (Mr. Warner's), son of J. Laurie, Esq., M.P., Marshalls, 
Essex. Left 1848 3 . Joined 2nd (Queen's) Regt. 1853 ; Lieut.-Gen. 
(retired), 1887 ; p.s.c. ; served in the Crimea (present at siege and 
capture of Sebastopol ; twice wounded and mentioned in despatches ; 
5th Class Medjidie ; medal with clasp and Turkish war medal), the 
Indian Mutiny (medal with clasp), the Transvaal Expedition, 1881, 
and as 2nd in command in the N.W. Canada Rebellion, 1885 (medal 
with clasp) ; Inspecting Field Officer of Militia in Nova Scotia, 1862-81 ; 
Pres. of Board of Agriculture, Nova Scotia, 1872-85 ; Red Cross 
Commr. in Servo-Bulgarian War, 1885-6 ; Member of the Canadian 
House of Commons, 1887-91 ; M.P. Pembroke District, 1895-1906 ; 
Mayor of Paddington, 1908 ; Col. Munster Fusiliers ; C.B. (Civil), 1902 ; 
(Mil.), 1905; holds various foreign order 9-^ Lieut.- Gen. Laurie, C.B., 
47, Porchester Terrace, W. 



1847 1 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 201 

Leigh, Hon. Edward Chandos (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Chandos, 1st Baron 
Leigh (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1849-51 ; Capt. 1851 ; Capt. Football XI. 
1851 ; left 1851 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1858 ; Fellow 
of All Souls, 1855-71; O.U. Cricket XL 1852-4; Barrister, 1859; 
Q.C. 1881 ; Bencher of Inner Temple, 1886; Recorder of Stamford, 
1864-81 ; of Nottingham, 1881-1909; Counsel to the Speaker, 1883- 
1907; C.B. 1895; K.C.B. 1901; President M.C.C. 1887 (Centenary 
Year) ; Chairman London Playing Fields Society ; J.P. Warwicks. 
Hon. Sir E. Chandos Leigh, K.C.B., K.C., 45, Upper Grosvenor 
Street, W. 

Lister, Thomas Villiers (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of T. H. Lister, Esq., Armitage 
Park, Staffs. Left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1853; entered 
Foreign Office, 1853 ; Assistant Clerk, 1863 ; Senior Clerk, 1872 ; 
Assistant Under Sec. for Foreign Affairs, 1873-94; K.C.M.G. ; D.L. 
Radnor. DIED Feb. 26th, 1902. 

Lloyd, Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of E. J. Lloyd, Esq., Q.C., 7, Stone Build- 
ings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Monitor, 1849 ; left 1850 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1855 ; Barrister, 1858 ; Sec. to the Commission on the 
Patent Laws ; author of " The Law of Trade Marks." MURDERED, 
together with Mr. E. H. C. Herbert, Mr. F. Vyner, and Count Boyl, 
by Greek Brigands in Attica, April 21st, 1870. 

Markham, Henry Robert (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. H. S. Markham, 
Clifton Rectory, Nottingham. Left 1850 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Clifton 
Hall, Nottingham ; J.P. and D.L. Notts. (High Sheriff, 1875) ; as- 
sumed the name of Clifton, 1869. DIED Jan. 7th, 1896. 

Matthie, Hugh Dale (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. H. Matthie, Worthen- 
bury Rectory, Flintshire. Left 1848 2 . Of Arron Cottage, Wexford. 
DIED Feb. llth, 1863. 

Mercer, John Francis (Mr. Middlemisi's), son of J. Mercer, Esq., Hardingstone, 
Northampton. Cricket XL 1851 ; left 1851 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1868 ; Rector of East Carlton, Northants., 1878. 
Rev. J. F. Mercer, East Carlton Rectory, Rockingham, Uppingham. 

Monro, Cecil James (Druries), son of C. Monro, Esq., 76, Cambridge Terrace, 
W. Monitor, 1850 ; Lyon Scholar, 1851 ; left 185 1 2 . Scholar of 
Trin. Coll. Camb., 8th Classic and 38th Wrangler ; B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 
1858 ; Fellow of Trin. Coll. ; Barrister, 1860. DIED Nov. 25th, 1882. 

Moorsom, William Robert (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. W. Moorsom, 8, Sussex 
Square, W. Left 1851 2 . Joined 52nd L.I. 1852; transferred to 
13th L.I. ; Capt. 1858 ; when D.A.Q.M.G. of the 1st Division of the 
Army at Lucknow honourably mentioned thirteen times in despatches, 
including thanks of the Government of India ; specially promoted 
for distinguished services, which are also commemorated by his 
brother officers of the 52nd L.I. in Rochester Cathedral, and by the 
1st Division in a window in Westminster Abbey ; at the age of 21 
he was selected to make a survey of Lucknow, and it was he who 
transcribed into Greek characters the secret despatches of the General 
to the Government. KILLED in action at the capture of Lucknow, 
March llth, 1858. 

Pringle, John Alexander Gordon (Mr. Warner's), son of M. Pringle, Esq. (O.H.), 
Oakendean Place, Horsham. Left 1848 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; in 3rd 
W.I. Regt. DIED in Jamaica, July 31st, 1853. 

Pyne, George Masters (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. W. M. Pyne, Oxted 
Rectory, Godstone. Left 1851 1 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1858 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; of Bally volane, Fermoy, and Codham Hall, Essex. DIED 
May 13th, 1909. 



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Rendel, George Wightwick (The Head Master's), son of J. M. Rendel, Esq., 8, 
Great George Street, Westminster, S.W. Left 1850 1 . C.E. ; Managing 
Partner of Armstrong's Elswick Ordnance Works, 1858-82 ; pro- 
fessional Civil Lord of the Admiralty, 1882-5. DIED Oct. 9th, 1902. 

Taylor, Walter Taylor Newton Shawe- (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. F. M. 

Shawe-Taylor, Castle Taylor, Ardrahan, Ireland. Left 1850 1 . Trin. 

Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. Galway (High Sheriff, 1868). W. T. N. 
Shawe-Taylor, Esq., as above. 

Thornhill, Edmund Bensley ( The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Thornhill, Holly 
Cottage, Hampstead. Left 1847 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1852-4 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1854-85 ; Judge of Banda ; of Gelderton Lodge, Norfolk. 
DIED from the effects of a street accident, May 29th, 1895. 

Walker, Arthur Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of I. Walker, Esq., Southgate, 
Middlesex. Cricket XL 1850-2; left 18522. Of Southgate. DIED 
Oct. 4th, 1878. 

Wickham, Latham (The Head Master's), son of the Ven. Archdeacon R. 
Wickham, Gresford Vicarage, Wrexham. Left 1851 2 . C.C.C. Oxf., 
B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1860 ; Head Master of Twyford School, Winchester, 
1862-87 ; Vicar of Is-y-Coed, Denbighshire, 1887-94. DIED Sept. 3rd, 
1901. 

Wright, Thomas Denman (The Head Master's), son of I. C. Wright, Esq., 
Bramcote, Nottingham. Left 1847 3 . Lieut. R.N. DIED 1871. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1847. 

Alexander, Boyd Francis (Mr. Middlemist's), son of B. Alexander, Esq., of 
Ballochmyle, Ayrshire. Left 1850 2 . Joined the Rifle Brigade, 1852; 
retired as Lieut. -Col. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at the 
battle of Cawnpore, the capture of Lucknow, and the battle of Nawab- 
gunge ; commanded the storming party at Fort Birwah ; twice 
wounded ; mentioned in despatches ; Brevet-Major ; medal and 
clasp) ; served also in the Fenian Raid, Canada, 1870 (medal). 
Lieut.- Col. B. F. Alexander, Swifts, Cranbrook, Kent. 

Ashley, Hon. Anthony Francis Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of Anthony, 7th 
Earl of Shaftesbury (O.H.). DIED at Harrow, May 31st, 1849, and 
was buried in the churchyard. The Schools on Roxeth Hill were 
built as a memorial to him. 

Beaumont, Somerset Archibald (Mr. Hughes'), son of T. W. Beaumont, Esq., 
Bretton Hall, Wakefield. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; M.P. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1860-5 ; Wakefield, 1868-74 ; 
D.L. Northumberland ; F.R.G.S. S. A. Beaumont, Esq., Hurstcote, 
Shere, Guildford. 

Boodle, Henry Trelawny (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. M. 
Boodle, Esq., 6, Leinster Gardens, W. Left 1850 2 . Solicitor, 1856; 
partner in Boodle, Hatfield & Co., The Grosvenor Office, 53, Davies 
Street, W. DIED Dec. 31st, 1900. 

Boyle, Hon. Frederick James (Mr. Warner's), son of Richard, 4th Earl of 
Shannon (O.K.). Left 1848. In R.N. DIED Oct. 10th, 1861. 

Brooke, Richard Arnaud (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Brooke, Esq., Hand- 
ford, Cheshire. Left 1849 2 . Capt. Montreal L.I. Militia ; of North- 
church, Great Berkhampstead. DIED 1883. 

Brooke, William Henry Worge de Capell- (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir William 
de Capell-Brooke, 3rd Bart. Left 1850 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Lieut. 
Northants. Militia. DIED March 2nd, 1894. 



1847 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 203 

Burnett, Fassett Charles (The Head Master's), son of C. F. Burnett, Esq., 19, 
Park Crescent, W. Left 1851 1 . F. C. Burnett, Esq., Raymead, near 
Maidenhead. 

Cardwell, Reginald ( The Park), son of the Rev. Dr. E. Cardwell, Principal of 
St. Alban Hall, Oxford. Left 1853 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1857 ; 
M.A. 1860 ; Barrister, 1863 ; of 10, Lower Grosvenor Place, S.W. 
DIED Nov. llth, 1910. 

Charles, George (Mr. Warner's), son of Dr. P. Charles, Putney. Left 1852 2 . 
Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; Barrister, 1860. DIED about 1882. 

Colvin, James Colquhoun (Mr. Warner's), son of A. Colvin, Esq., 6, Clarendon 
Place, W. Left 1850 2 . Hai ley bury Coll. 1853-4; H.E.I.C.S. 1855; 
served at the defence of Arrah in the Indian Mutiny, and at engage- 
ments and operations afterwards ; Magistrate and Collector of Aligarh. 
J. C. Colvin, Esq., Oriental Club, W. 

Crawley, George Baden (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. A. Crawley, Esq., Fitzroy 
Farm, Highgate. Cricket XL 1850-1 ; left 1851. C.C.C. Oxf. 
KILLED accidentally on board ship, near Vera Cruz, Nov. 23rd, 1879. 

Curteis, Arthur Mapletoft (Mr. Warner's), son of G. Curteis, Esq., Canterbury. 
Monitor, 1851 ; Neeld Scholar, 1852 ; Cricket XL 1851-2 ; left 1852 2 . 
Univ. Coll. and Scholar Trin. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods. ; B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1858; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1857-9; Senior Assistant Master 
at Sherborne School, 1860-76; Head Master of Hillside Preparatory 
School, Godalming, 1876-91 ; J.P. and Alderman (1893-8), Godalming ; 
J.P. Kent. A. M. Curteis, Esq., 5, Beaconsfield Terrace, Hythe, Kent. 

Drewe, Francis Edward (Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. S. Drewe, Esq., Grange, 
Honiton. Left 1850 3 . Joined Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 1850; retired 
as Major-Gen. ; served in the Crimea ; Knight of the Legion of Honour 
and of the Turkish and Sardinian Orders ; of Grange ; J.P. and D.L. 
Devon ; Col. Devon Militia. DIED Feb. 20th, 1891. 

Echalaz, John George (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. M. Echalaz, 
Appleby Rectory, Atherstone. Left 1852 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Capt. 
55th Regt. DIED April 29th, 1897. 

FitzGerald, Robert Allan (The Park], son of T. FitzGerald, Esq., 2, Portland 
Place, W. Cricket XL 1852 ; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1857 ; M.A. 1861 ; C.U. Cricket XL 1854 and 1856 ; Barrister, 1860 ; 
Sec. M.C.C. 1863-76 ; author of " Jerks in from Short Leg," " Wickets 
in the West," etc. DIED Oct. 28th, 1881. 

Gostling, Frederick Campbell (Mr. Warner's), son of W. F. Gostling, Esq., 
Stawell House, Richmond, Surrey. Left 1848 3 . In 5th Bengal 
Cavalry ; served in the Indian Mutiny. KILLED in action at Nugeenah, 
Rohilcund, April 22nd, 1858. 

Grimston, Alexander (The Park], son of Col. C. Grimston (O.K.), Grimston 
Garth, Hull. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
Vicar of Lund, Yorks., 1863-84 ; of Stillingfleet, Yorks., 1884 ; Hon. 
Canon of York. Rev. Canon Grimston, Stillingfleet Vicarage, Yorks. 

Groom, Richard (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's}, son of R. Groom, Esq., 
3, Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, W. Left 1849 2 . 

Harris, George Collyer ( The Park), son of the Rev. Dr. J. H. Harris, Kanes- 
combe, Torquay. Monitor, 1852 ; left 1852 2 . Scholar of Exeter Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1858 ; Vicar of St. Luke's, Torquay, 1867-74 ; 
Prebendary of Exeter. DIED May 4th, 1874. 

Heelis, Thomas (The Park), son of S. Heelis, Esq., Halton Bank, Pendleton 
Manor, Manchester. Left 1850 3 . Solicitor, 1856; practised at 
Manchester ; F.R.A.S. DIED Nov. 10th, 1867. 



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Hewlett, Henry Gay (Mr. Warner's), son of H. W. Hewlett, Esq., Clapham 
Common, S.W. Left 1847 3 . Entered Home Civil Service ; Keeper 
of Records, Land Revenue Record Office, 1863 ; of Shaw Hill, Ad- 
dington, Kent. DIED Feb. 25th, 1897. 

Heywood, Henry Robinson ( The Head Master's), son of Sir B. Heywood, 1st 
Bart. Left 185 1 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1860 ; Vicar 
of Swinton, Lanes., 1864-95 ; Hon. Canon of Manchester. DIED 
March 12th, 1895. 

Hicks, William Grisdale (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. W. Hicks, Coberley 
Rectory, Cheltenham. Left 1848 2 . 

Hill, Holden Donald (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir H. Hill, Justice of the Queen's 
Bench. Left 1849 3 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
Vicar of St. John the Evangelist's, Kenilworth, 1864-71 ; of Shustoke, 
Warwicks., 1871-86. DIED 1886. 

Howard, Hon. Henry Charles (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Charles, Viscount 
Andover, 17th Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, 1851. Left 1851 1 . M.P. 
Malmesbury, 1859-68; succ. as 18th Earl, 1876. DIED March 31st, 

1898. 

Kingston, John Hotham (Druries), son of J. Kingston, Esq., 6, Grove End 
Road, St. John's Wood, N.W. Left 1848 3 . Of 47, Gloucester Gar- 
dens, Hyde Park. DIED Jan. 28th, 1896. 

Leader, Henry Eustace (Mr. Warner's), son of H. Leader, Esq., Mount Leader, 
Cork. Left 1848 1 . Capt. 16th Lancers ; of Mount Leader ; J.P. Co. 
Cork. DIED June 1st, 1876. 

Mayo, Charles Theodore ( H.B.), son of the Rev. Dr. C. Mayo, Cheam. Moni- 
tor, 1849 ; left 1851 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1856 ; 
Vicar of St. Andrew's, Hillingdon, Middlesex, 1865-90. DIED 
Nov. 21st, 1892. 

Noel, Hon. Roden Berkeley Wriothesley (Mr. Warner's), son of Charles, 1st 
Earl of Gainsborough. Left 1849 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1858 ; 
Groom of the Privy Chamber, 1867-71 ; author of several volumes of 
poems and of a " Life of Lord Byron." DIED at Mayence, May 26th, 
1894. 

Olivier, Alfred (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. H. S. Olivier, Manor House, 
Potterne, Devizes. Left 1848 3 . Of The Lea, Grasmere ; M.A. by 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1866 ; Vicar of St. James's, Litchurch, 
Derby, 1866-76 ; Vicar of Ashbourne, Derbyshire, 1876-8 ; P.C. of 
St. Thomas's, Litchurch, Derby, 1883-90 ; Hon. Canon of Southwell. 
DIED 1890. 

Philips, Edward (Druries), son of R. Philips, Esq., Heybridge, Cheadle. 
Monitor, 1851 ; left 1851 2 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 
1863; Rector of Checkley, Staffs., 1878-1909; Vicar of Croxden, 
Staffs., since 1888 ; late Proctor in Convocation. Rev. E. Philips, The 
Long Close, Hollington, Stoke-on- Trent. 

Philips, Herbert (Druries), brother of the above. Left 1851 2 . Merchant at 
Manchester ; of Sutton Oaks, Macclesfield ; J.P. Cheshire and Man- 
chester. DIED Nov. 5th, 1905. 

Pocock, W. J. M. Left 1848 2 . Formerly of Clevedon, Somerset. 

Prance, Charles Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of R. Prance, Esq., Hampstead. 
Left 1849 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1858 ; Barrister, 1862. 
DIED July llth, 1878. 

Preston, Henry Berthon (The Grove), son of W. R. Preston, Esq., Minstead 
Lodge, Lyndhurst. Left 1850 2 . Of 47, Lexham Gardens, W. DIED 
Oct. 22nd, 1896. 



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Preston, William Berthon (The Park), brother of the above. Left 1849 1 . 

Lieut.-Col. 14th Bombay N.I. ; of Minstead Lodge. DIED 1879. 
Rooper, Frederick James (Druries), son of J. B. Hooper, Esq., Abbot's Ripton, 

Hunts. Left 1853 1 . In 38th Regt. ; served in the Crimea ; of 

Abbot's Ripton ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding Hunts. Militia. DIED 

1893. 
Russell, Thomas ( Druries}, son of T. Russell, Esq., Beaminster, Dorset. Left 

1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; joined 16th Regt. 1855 ; retired as Capt. ; 

of Beaminster; J.P. Dorset. DIED Dec. 31st, 1903. 
Sheppard, William Tyndall ( The Grove), son of Rev. J. Sheppard, Blackheath. 

Left 1849 2 . 

Stewart, Horatio Granville Murray (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. H. Stewart, 
Rifle Brigade. Assumed the name of Murray-Stewart, 1846 ; left 
1850 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Cally, Gatehouse, N.B. ; J.P. and D.L. 
Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, and Donegal (High Sheriff, 1868). DIED 
April 6th, 1904. 

Vivian, John Henry Brougham (Mr. Warner's). Left 1848 1 . DIED 

Walford, Ellis (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. E. Walford, Dallinghoo Rectory, 
Wood bridge. Left 1848 1 . DIED 1848. 

Wilson, Frederick Robert (Mr. Warner's), son of R. Wilson, Esq., 31, Leeson 
Street, Dublin. Left 185 1 2 . Dublin Univ. ; Silver Medal in Ethics ; 
B.A. ; M.B. 1858; L.R.C.S. (I.); joined Army Medical Staff, 1860; 
retired as Brigade-Surgeon, 1881 ; served in Ashanti War, 1873-4 
(medal) ; of Alexandria, Perth, N.B. DIED 1892. 

Wilson, Joseph Nathaniel (Mr. Warner's), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . 

Wood, John George (H.B.), son of T. Wood, Esq., Harrow. Left 1855 1 , 
King's Coll. London, Th.A. 1859 ; Vicar of Conisborough, Yorks., 
1867-92 ; of Ormesby, Yorks., 1892-1902. Rev. J. Q. Wood, Hather- 
sage, Sheffield. 

Wortley, Hon. Frederick James Henry Stuart- (The Head Master's), son of 
John, 2nd Baron Wharncliffe (O.H.). Left 1848 3 . Attached to the 
China Embassy, 1860 ; D.L. W. Riding Yorks. ; Lieut. Yorks. 
Yeomanry. DIED Nov. 27th, 1870. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1847. 

Ashton, George Frederick (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Ashton, Esq., Lime- 
field House, Bury, Lanes. Cricket XL 1849-50 ; left 1850 3 . 

Brodie, Thomas (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. C. Brodie, Esq., 
C.B., of Idvies, Forfar. Left 1850 2 . Edinburgh Univ. ; Writer to 
the Signet, 1857 ; Deputy Keeper of Privy Seal of Scotland, 1869-74 ; 
Proprietor of the Carron Iron Works ; of Idvies ; D.L. Stirling, Nairn, 
and Forfar ; created a Baronet, 1892 ; assumed the name of Dawson- 
Brodie, 1876. DIED Sept. 7th, 1896, when the Baronetcy became 
extinct. 

Deedes, William (The Park), son of W. Deedes, Esq., M.P., Sandling Park, 
Hythe. Cricket XI. 1849-50 ; left 1850 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 
1852 ; retired as Capt. 1862 ; served in the Crimea (present at the 
Alma, Inkerman, and Sebastopol ; medal with clasps) and in the 
Indian Mutiny ; for several years on the Staff at Aldershot ; of 
Sandling ; M.P. E. Kent, 1876-80 ; J.P. and D.L. Kent ; Lieut.-Col. 
Commanding E. Kent Militia. DIED May 27th, 1887. 

Dorington, Charles Richard ( The Head Master's), son of J. E. Dorington, Esq., 
Lypiatt, Park, Stroud. Left 1851 3 . In 69th Regt. DIED in Bar- 
bados, Aug. 12th, 1855. 



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Fenton, William Kirkby (The Park), son of K. Fenton, Esq., Caldecote Hall, 
Nuneaton. Monitor, 1851 ; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; Barrister, 1859. DIED June 8th, 1905. 

Finch, Henry Charles (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Finch, Esq., Redheath, 
Rickmansworth. Monitor, 1851 ; left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1856; M.A. 1858; Barrister, 1859 ; of Redheath ; J.P.Herts. DIED 
May 31st, 1898. 

Fordwich, Francis Thomas de Grey, Viscount (The Grove), son of George, 6th 
Earl Cowper. Left 1849 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class Law and Modern 
History ; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; succ. as 7th Earl, 1856 ; Capt. of 
Gentlemen-at-Arms, 1871-4 ; Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1880-2 ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Beds. ; K.G. ; Chairman Herts. C.C. ; High Steward of 
Hertford Town ; Prince and Count of the Holy Roman Empire. 
DIED July 19th, 1905, when the Earldom became extinct. 

Fortescue, George Grenville (The Head Master's), son of the Hon. G. M. 

Fortescue, Boconnoc, Lostwithiel. Left 1850 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. KILLED 

accidentally on board a yacht, Nov. 2nd, 1856. 
Furniss, Thomas Sanderson (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. Furniss, Esq., 

Whirlow, near Sheffield. Left 1853 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857 ; 

M.A. 1861; Barrister, 1858; J.P. Suffolk. T. S. Furniss, Esq., 

Higham House, Stratford St. Mary, Suffolk. 
Gumbleton, Robert (Druries), son of J. B. Gumbleton, Esq., Fort William, 

Lismore, Ireland. Left 185 1 1 . Trin. Coll. Dublin. DIED March 9th, 

1855. 
Hale, Robert (Druries), son of R. B. Hale, Esq., Alderley, Wotton-under-Edge. 

Left 1852 3 . Joined 7th Hussars, 1852 ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 

1871-9 ; A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Commander-in-Chief, 1879-86 ; retired 

as Major-Gen. 1889 ; Col. 12th Lancers, 1894-6 ; 7th Hussars, 1896- 

1907 ; of Alderley ; J.P. Glos. DIED May 12th, 1907. 

Hay, Lord Charles Edward ( The Head Master's), son of George, 8th Marquis of. 

Tweeddale. Left 1849 2 . Joined 2nd Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1858 ; 

served in the Kaffir War, 1851-2 (medal). 
Hornby, John (Druries), son of W T . H. Hornby, Esq., M.P., Blackburn. Left 

1851 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; M.A. 1859 ; Barrister, 1857. 

DIED Nov. 1901. 
Hudson, William (The Park), son of G. Hudson, Esq., " The Railway King," 

Newby Park, Yorks. Left 1849 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED many years 

ago. 
James, John Jarrett ( The Park), son of Mrs. James, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Left 

1852 2 . 
Johnston, Horace James (Mr. Middlemist's), son of E. Johnston, Esq., Allerton 

Hall, Liverpool. Left 1849 3 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 1855; 

2nd Sec. DIED at Constantinople, Jan. 16th, 1866. 
Kenyon, Lloyd, son of the Hon. L. Kenyon (O.H.), 3rd Baron Kenyon, 1855. 

Monitor, 1854 ; left 1854 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. Flintshire. DIED 

April 17th, 1865. 
Lampet, Lionel White (Druries), son of W. L. Lampet, Esq., Milverton, 

Leamington. Left 1847 3 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; of 

Tadmarton, Banbury. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1903. 

Leathes, George Galloway (Mr. Warner's), son of E. Leathes, Esq., Norman- 
stone, Lowestoft. Left 1850 3 . Capt. 12th Bombay N.I. ; Political 

Agent in India. DIED in India. 
Leigh, Spencer Austen- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. E. Austen-Leigh, 

Scarletts, Twyford. Cricket XI. 1852 ; Winner of Champion Racket, 

left 1852 2 . Engaged in farming since 1861. S. Austen- Leigh, Esq., 

Frog Firle, Berwick Station, Sussex. 



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Lennard, Percy Charles Barrett- (Mr. Middlemist's),sonoi the Rev. D. Barrett- 
Lennard, St. Michael's Rectory, Norwich. Left 1849 2 . DIED 
July 13th, 1877. 

Lewellin, Richard Truman (Mr. Oxenham's),sonof R. Lewellin, Esq., 1, Upper 
George Street, Portman Square, W. Left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1856. DIED about 1880. 

Lockhart, David Eliott- (H.B.), son of A. Eliott-Lockhart, Esq., M.P., of 
Borthwickbrae, Hawick, N.B. Left 1850 2 . Entered Civil Service, 
1853 ; Principal Clerk Exchequer and Audit Dept. Somerset House; 
retired 1894. DIED Dec. 15th, 1903. 

Marker, Richard (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. T. J. Marker, Gittisham, 
Honiton. Left 1853 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf . ; J.P. Devon and Dorset ; D.L. 
Devon ; late Capt. Devon Yeomanry. R. Marker, Esq., Combe, 
Honiton. 

Monro, Charles Henry (Druries), son of C. Monro, Esq., 76, Cambridge Terrace, 
W. Monitor, 1851 ; Sayer Scholar, 1852 ; left 1853 2 . Caius Coll. 
Camb., 8th Classic ; B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1860 ; Fellow of Caius Coll. ; 
Barrister, 1863 ; legal and clerical Scholar ; edited and translated 
Justinian's Digest. DIED Feb. 24th, 1908. 

Montgomery, Alexander Richard (Small Houses and The Park), son of H. 
Montgomery, Esq., Ballydrain, Belfast. Left 1851 1 . DIED June 16th, 
1861. 

Nicholson, Armytage Lennox (Mr. Warner's), son of C. A. Nicholson, Esq., 
Balrath Burry, Co. Meath. Left 1852 2 . Caius Coll. Camb. ; of 
Lisdhu, Dungannon ; J.P. Tyrone. DIED July 20th, 1891. 

Nicholson, Gilbert de Poulton (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. A. Nicholson, Esq. 
(O.K.), Balrath Burry, Co. Meath. Left 1852 2 . Dublin Univ., B.A. 
and M.B. 1852 ; M.D. 1863 ; F.R.C.P. (I.) 1862 ; of Verville, Clontarf, 
Dublin, and de Poulton Hall, Coburg, Germany. DIED July 6th, 1899. 

Patch, John Barne (Druries), son of F. O. Patch, Esq., Tiverton. Left 1852 3 . 
Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1857; Vicar of Combe Raleigh, Devon, 1879- 
85. DIED 1885. 

Pepys, Hon. Frederick (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Charles, 1st Earl of Cotten- 
ham (O.H.). Left 1853 2 . DIED at Sydney, N.S.W., Oct. 1871. 

Pinney, Frederick Wake (Mr. Warner's), son of C. Pinney, Esq., Camp House, 
Clifton, Bristol. Left 1849 3 . King's Coll. London ; of Somerton, 
Erleigh, Taunton ; J.P. Somerset ; assumed the name of Pretor- 
Pinney, 1877. DIED March 24th, 1909. 

Prideaux, John Rolle ( The Head Master's), son of Sir E. S. Prideaux, 9th Bart. 
Left 1851 3 . In Royal Welsh Fusiliers. DIED on his passage from 
India to the Crimea, May 14th, 1855. 

Roche, David Vandeleur (Druries), son of Sir D. Roche, 1st Bart. Left 1848 3 . 
Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1865; Vice-Lieut., D.L., and J.P. Limerick (High 
Sheriff, 1865). DIED April 19th, 1908. 

Spedding, Edward (The Park), son of T. S. Spedding, Esq., Greta Bank, 
Keswick. Left 1850 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED June 29th, 1855. 

Toller, Charles George (Mr. Warner's), son of C. Toller, Esq. (O.K.), Doctors' 
Commons, E.C. Left 1851 2 . Proctor and Notary at Doctors' Com- 
mons, 1859; Solicitor, 1876; Lieut.-Col. Middlesex R.V. ; V.D. 
DIED Aug. 27th, 1904. 

Tringham, William Lloyd (H.B.), son of Capt. W. Tringham, R.N., Harrow. 
Left 1849 2 . Clerk in the War Office, 1858-82; of Nerquis Hall, 
Mold ; devoted to Sport, Fencing, etc. DIED April 6th, 1882. 



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Watney, John (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Watney, Esq., Mitcham, Surrey. 
Left 1851 3 . Solicitor, 1857 ; formerly Clerk to the Mercers' Company ; 
Hon. Sec. of City and Guilds of London Institute ; Knighted 1900 ; 
F.S.A. ; Lieut, of the City of London ; J.P. Surrey. Sir J. Watney, 
Shermanbury House, Reigate. 

Whiteford, Hamilton (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. C. Whiteford, Esq., Thorn- 
hill, Plymouth. Left 1850. Studied for some years under Sir Charles 
Barry, F.R.I.B.A., for the profession of an architect ; Solicitor, 1862 ; 
practised at Plymouth. DIED Feb. 19th, 1883. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1848. 

Annesley, Hon. Robert John (Druries), son of William, 3rd Earl Annesley. 
Left 1848 2 . In llth Hussars. DIED of cholera in the Black Sea, 
Sept. 28th, 1854. 

Baring, Alexander Hugh (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Hon. F. Baring (O.H.), 
3rd Baron Ashburton, 1864. Left 1851 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class 
Law and History ; B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1861 ; M.P. Thetford, 1857-67 ; 
succ. as 4th Baron, 1868. DIED July 18th, 1889. 

Bethune, Henry James Hamilton Lindsay- (Small Houses), son of Sir H. 
Lindsay-Bethune, 1st Bart., de jure 9th Earl of Lindsay. Left 1850 2 . 
DIED at Marseilles, July 5th, 1862. 

Bliss, John Worthington (Druries), son of the Hon. Mr. Justice Bliss, Halifax, 
Nova Scotia. Left 185 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1855 ; Rector of 
Betteshanger, Kent, 1866 ; of Betteshanger-with-Ham, 1876 ; Rural 
Dean of Sandwich, 1881 ; Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1888. Rev. 
Canon Bliss, Betteshanger Rectory, Eastry, Kent. 

Bragge, John Arthur (Druries), son of Col. W. Bragge, Sadborow, Chard. 
Left 1852 1 . Joined 4th Dragoon Guards, 1853 ; retired as Capt. ; 
served in the Crimea ; J.P. Dorset. Capt. J. A. Bragge, as above. 

Cadogan, Edward (Druries), son of Col. E. Cadogan, Moulsey Park, Surrev. 
Left 1849 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1860 ; Rector of Wicken, 
Stony Stratford, 1 873. DIED 1890. 

Canceller, John Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. H. 
Canceller, Esq., 32, Chester Terrace, N.W. Left 1851 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859; Vicar of Hamble, Southampton, 
1874-91. DIED April 8th, 1900. 

Gary, Clarence ( H.B.), son of Lieut.-Col. C. H. Gary, Beach House, Castletown, 
Isle of Man. DIED at Harrow, Nov. 23rd, 1852. 

Chaplin, Eustaehe de St. Pierre (The Grove), son of W. J. Chaplin, Esq., M.P., 
Ewhurst Park, Basingstoke. Monitor, 1853 ; left 1854 2 . Balliol 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1859; M.A. 1865. DIED 1879. 

Clarke, Adam (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. B. B. 
Clarke, Bagborough Rectory, Taunton. Left 185 1 2 . Exeter Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; Rector of Longton, Staffs., 1866-86. DIED Jan. 16th, 

1886. 

Clayton, Richard Nugent (The Head Master's), son of R. R. Clayton, Esq., 
M.P., Hedgerley Park, Gerrard's Cross. Left 1850 2 . Joined 13th 
Regt. ; transferred to 41st Regt. ; retired as Capt. Capt. R. N. 
Clayton, 13, Campbell Road, Croydon. 

Cleaver, William Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. W. Cleaver, Torquay. 
Monitor, 1852 ; left 1852 3 . Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; Barrister, 1860 ; ordained, 1863 ; Rector of Petrock- 
stowe, Devon, 1883-4; of Pulham, Norfolk, 1885-95; of Ch. Ch., St. 
Leonards, 1895-1900. DIED July 17th, 1909. 



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Constable, Marmaduke (Small Houses), son of J. Constable, Esq., 17, West- 
bourne Terrace, W. Left 1848 1 . 

Conygham, William Henry Forester (Mr. Warner's), son of Lord A. Conyng- 
ham, 1st Baron Londesborough, 1850. Left 1848 3 . Assumed the 
name of Denison, 1849; M.P. Beverley, 1857-9; Scarborough, 1859- 
60 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1860 ; created Earl of Londesborough, 1887 ; 
well-known as a sportsman and patron of cricket. DIED April 19th, 
1900. 

Currie, Edmund Hay (Mr. Oxenham's), son of L. Currie, Esq., Heathcliffe, 
Kent. Left 1851 3 . Some time a distiller ; Member L.S.B. 1871-90 ; 
Vice-Chairman, 1873-6 and 1882-5 ; late Chairman of London Hospital 
and People's Palace for East London, and Vice-Chairman of Metro- 
politan Asylums Board ; was Hon. Sec. to Metropolitan Hospital 
Sunday Fund from its creation in 1872 to 1902; Sec. since 1902; 
Knighted, 1902. Sir Edmund Hay Currie, 82, Victoria Street, S.W. 

Dashwood, Charles Lewes (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. 
S. V. Dashwood, Stamford Hall, Loughborough. Left 1850 3 . Oriel 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1855 ; joined 34th Regt. ; transferred to 5th Fusiliers ; 
retired as Capt. 1874 ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at the 
capture of Lucknow ; medal and clasp). DIED Jan. 15th, 1891. 

de Bourbel, Augustus Alfred (Mr. Middlemist's). Left 1854 1 . Joined 10th 
Hussars ; transferred to 6th Dragoon Guards ; retired as Capt. ; 
served in the Crimea and Indian Mutiny (wounded at Delhi). Capt. 
A. A. de Bourbel, Army and Navy Club, S.W. 

Dunn, Alexander Robert (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. H. Dunn, Esq., 22, 
Hertford Street, Mayfair, W. Left 1851 1 . Joined llth Hussars; 
transferred to 33rd Regt. 1858 ; Col. 1866 ; served in the Crimea 
(present at the Alma, Balaclava, Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; 
medal with 4 clasps ; Turkish medal ; Victoria Cross " for saving the 
life of a sergeant and private by attacking and cutting down their 
assailants," Oct. 25th, 1854) ; served also in the Abyssinian campaign, 
1867-8; raised and commanded 100th Royal Canadians (Leinster 
Regt.). DIED in Abyssinia, Jan. 25th, 1868. 

Ellis, Hon. William Charles (Small Houses and the Head Master's], son of 
Charles, 6th Baron Howard de Walden. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1854 2 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1860 ; Rector of Bothal, Northum- 
berland, 1861 ; heir-presumptive to peerage. Rev. the Hon. W. C. 
Ellis, Bothalhaugh, Morpeth. 

Eyre, Henry (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. C. W. Eyre, Rampton 
Manor, Lincoln. Left 1851 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; joined Rifle Brigade, 
1855 ; retired ; served in the Crimea (wounded at the attack on the 
Redan ; medal and clasp for Sebastopol) and in the Indian Mutiny 
(medal and 2 clasps for Lucknow and Central India) ; served in the 
Camel Corps under Major Ross at the action of Golowlie and the 
capture of Calpee, May 1858; of Rampton; M.P. Lines. (Gains- 
borough), 1886-92 ; J.P. and D.L. Notts. (High Sheriff, 1873) ; late 
Col. Notts. R.V. ; V.D. ; C.B. 1887 ; Knight of Grace of St. John of 
Jerusalem. DIED June 24th, 1904. 

FitzGerald, Charles Lionel (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of 
C. L. W. FitzGerald, Esq., Turlough Park, Co. Mayo. Monitor, 1851 ; 
left 1852 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; of Turlough Park ; J.P. and 
D.L. Mayo (High Sheriff, 1876). DIED Dec. 28th, 1902. 

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210 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1848 1 

FitzRoy, Ernest James Augustus (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. A. 
FitzRoy, Fakenham Rectory, Ixworth. Left 1848 3 . Durham Univ. ; 
P.C. of Mill Hill, Middlesex, 1874-6 ; Rector of Abberton, Essex, 
1876-9; Vicar of St. Jude's, West Derby, 1879-93 ; for many years 
Proprietor and Editor of John Bull ; was Chaplain to the late Earl of 
Rosslyn, and Special Commr. of the Pall Mall Gazette to inquire into 
the State of Religion in the East End. .Rev. E. J. A. FitzRoy, 88, 
Bishop's Mansions, Fulham, S.W. 

Gill, Reginald Butler Edgcumbe (Mr. Warner's), son of J. H. Gill, Esq., 
Bickham House, Plymouth. Left 1850 2 . Banker ; of Bickham ; 
J.P. Devon. DIED from the effects of a hunting accident, Feb. 10th, 
1897. 

Glyn, Robert Carr (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. T. J. Glyn, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1849 3 . Capt. 7th Fusiliers. DIED April 9th, 1867. 

Green, Robert Charles (Mr. Middlemist's), son of E. M. Green, Esq., Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch. Monitor, 1852; left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 5th 
Classic; B.A. 1857; M.A. 1861; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1858; Rector 
of Loughton, Bucks., 1864-83 ; Vicar of Wymeswold, Leics., 1883. 
Rev. R. C. Green, Wymeswold Vicarage, Loughborough. 

Hardinge, Robert James ( The Park], son of the Rev. Sir C. Hardinge, 2nd Bart. 
Left 1850 2 . DIED Dec. 14th, 1877. 

Harrison, Henry Anthony (Druries), son of B. Harrison, Esq., Blackheath 
Park, S.E. Cricket XI. 1852 ; left 1852 3 . H.E.I.C.S. 1855-87 ; 
first-grade District Judge, N.W. Provinces ; Director of Tea Com- 
panies ; J.P. Middlesex. H. A. Harrison, Esq., Doghurst, Yiewsley, 
Middlesex. 

Hay, Charles Anderson (The Park), son of C. Hay, Esq., 17, York Terrace, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Monitor, 1851 ; left 1851 3 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1859. C. A. Hay, Esq., 127, Harley 
Street, W. 

Heywood, Charles James (The Head Master's), son of Sir B. Heywood, 1st 
Bart. Left 1852 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859; 
Banker in Manchester ; of Chaseley, Pendleton, Manchester. DIED 
Dec. 1st, 1905. 

Hughes, William Hastings (The Grove), son of J. Hughes, Esq., Donnington 
Priory, Newbury. Left 1849 3 . Spanish Merchant of Port St. Mary's, 
Cadiz Bay ; afterwards went out to America. DIED at Milton, 
Massachusetts, U.S.A., April 20th, 1907. 

Isaac, John Swinton (The Head Master's), son of J. W. Isaac, Esq., Boughton 
Park, Worcester. Left 1851 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; of Boughton Park ; 
Capt. Worcs. Yeomanry ; D.L. Worcs. DIED Aug. 28th, 1888. 

Isacke, Matthew Henry George ( The Park), son of Capt. Isacke, North Fore- 
land Lodge, Broadstairs. Left 1850 2 . Joined 8th Madras Light 
Cavalry, 1852. DIED at Sholapore, Aug. 3rd, 1856. 

Karslake, William Wollaston (The Park), son of the Rev. W. H. Karslake, 
Meshaw Rectory, South Molton. Monitor, 1851 ; left 1853 1 . Bar- 
rister, 1857; Q.C. 1881 ; Comptroller of Legacy and Succession Duties, 
Somerset House, 1886-99; Knighted, 1895. Sir W. W. Karslake, 
K.C., Loddington, Knole Road, Bournemouth. 

Keary, Alfred John (H.B.), son of the Rev. W. Keary, Clifton, Bristol. Left 
1851 2 . Solicitor, 1857; practised at Chippenham. DIED Oct. llth, 
1900. 



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Kelly, Reginald (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. Kelly, Esq., Kelly, Lifton, Devon. 
Left 1852 1 . Trin. Hall Camb., B.A. 1858 ; of Kelly ; J.P., D.L., and 
C.C. Devon (High Sheriff, 1880) ; J.P. Cornwall. DIED Aug. 14th, 
1899. 

Kemmis, Arthur Henry Nicholas (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. T. A. Kemmis, 
Croham Hurst, Croydon. Left 185 1 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. 
King's Co. (High Sheriff, 1862) ; J.P. and D.L. Surrey ; late Capt. 
Somerset Militia. A. H. N. Kemmis, Esq., as above. 

Kerr, William Hobart (Small Houses), son of the Rev. Lord H. F. C. Kerr, 
Dittisham, Torquay. Left 1852 2 . Stonyhurst Coll. 1853; Hailey- 
bury Coll. 1854-5; Madras C.S. 1856; Superintendent of Coorg ; 
invalided, 1867 ; now in Holy Orders of the R.C. Church ; S.J. 
Rev. W. H. Kerr, S.J., Church of the Sacred Heart, Wimbledon. 

King, Henry (The Head Master's), son of the Ven. Archdeacon W. King, 
Stone Rectory, Dartford. Left 1850 3 . Capt. 21st Fusiliers. DROWNED 
while bathing at Malta, March 28th, 1857. 

Maclean, Alexander Thomas (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of A. Maclean, 
Esq. (O.K.), of Ardgour, Argyllshire. Monitor, 1853 ; Head of the 
School, 1854 ; left 1854 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1855-6 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1857-85 ; Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, 1878-88 ; of Ardgour ; 
J.P. and D.L. Argyll ; J.P. Inverness. DIED Dec. 14th, 1890. 

McNeile, Daniel James (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. Dr. McNeile, Liver- 
pool. Left 1852 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1853-6, where he was highly 
distinguished ; H.E.I.C.S. 1856-74 ; Sec. to Board of Revenue, 
Bengal. DROWNED accidentally near Ripon, Aug. 31st, 1874. 

Paynter, Henry Grosvenor (The Park), son of W. Paynter, Esq. (O.H.), 21, 
Belgrave Square, S.W. Left 1848 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1853-4; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1855-65; Assistant Magistrate and Collector of Patna. 
DIED about 1905. 

Platt, Herbert Edwyn (Druries), son of Sir T. J. Platt (O.H.), Baron of the 
Exchequer. Monitor, 1852; left 1853 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1858 ; Assistant Priest of St. Cuthbert's, Kensington. Rev. H. E. 
Platt, 6, Por -Chester Square, W. 

Round, Benjamin (Mr. Warner's), son of D. G. Round, Esq., Hange Colliery, 
Tipton, Staffs. Left 1850 3 . Of Court Oak, Harborne, Staffs. DIED 
Oct. 27th, 1900. 

Smith, Alfred (Mr. Warner's), son of J. S. Smith, Esq., Kidbrook Lodge, 
Blackheath. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857; M.A. I860; 
Barrister, 1859. A. Smith, Esq., 9, Mansel Road, Wimbledon. 

Tragett, Robert Thorp ( The Park), son of the Rev. T. H. Tragett, Awbridge 
Danes, Romsey. Left 1851 2 . Joined Bombay N.I. 1852 ; after- 
wards in the Poona Irregular Horse ; served in the Indian Mutiny. 
DIED Nov. 30th, 1861. 

Walker, Charles Henry ( The Grove), son of the Rev. T. H. Walker, Bickleigh, 
Devon. Cricket XL 1852 ; played in Football VIII. 1851 ; left 1852 2 . 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1860 ; Vicar of Walkhampton, 
Devon, 1863. DIED June 28th, 1909. 

Walrond, Main Swete Alexander (The Grove), son of T. Walrond, Esq., of 
Calder Park, Lanarkshire. Left 1852 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1857 ; 
M.A. 1865; Vicar of St. Mary's, Charterhouse, London, 1862-70; 
Rector of Lowick, Northants., 1870-3 ; Vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry, 
B.C., 1873-99. DIED March 24th, 1899. 

Watney, Norman (The Head Master's), son of J. Watney, Esq., Haling Park, 
Croydon. Left 1851 2 . J.P. and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 1898). 
N. Watney, Esq., Valence, Westerham. 



212 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1848 2 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1848. 

Alexander, William Maxwell (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of B. Alexander, Esq., of 
Ballochmyle, Ayrshire. Left 1850 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1853-5 ; 
H.E.I.C.S. 1856-62 ; Magistrate at Etawah and Mynpoorie ; was in 
the Fort of Agra during its siege by the Mutineers, and for his services 
was awarded the medal. DIED Sept. 5th, 1891. 

Almack, Henry Horn (Small Houses and The Park], son of R. Almack, Esq., 
Long Melford, Sudbury. Left 1852 2 . J.P. and C.C. Suffolk. H. H. 
Almack, Esq., as above. 

Althorp, John Poyntz, Viscount (The Head Master's}, son of Frederick, 4th 
Earl Spencer. Left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1857 ; M.P. S. 
Northants. in 1857 ; succ. as 5th Earl, 1857 ; Groom of the Stole to 
Prince Albert, and King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales, 1859-67 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1868-74 and 1882-5 ; Lord Pres. of the Council, 
1880-3, and in 1886 ; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1892-5 ; Keeper 
of Privy Seal of Duchy of Cornwall, 1898-1907 ; Chancellor of Victoria 
University, Manchester, 1892-1907; Lord-Lieut, of Northants. 1872- 
1908 ; President of Northants. County Association, 1908 ; Chairman 
of Governors of Harrow School and Governor of Rugby School ; K.G. ; 
V.D. DIED Aug. 13th, 1910. 

Ark Wright, Richard (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. H. Arkwright, Esq., Hampton 
Court, Leominster. Monitor, 1853 ; left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. and M.A. 1857 ; Barrister, 1859 ; M.P. Leominster, 1866-76 ; 
D.L. Hereford. R. Arkwright, Esq., Herne House, Windsor. 

Beaumont, Dudley Zamoyski (H.B.), son of T. W. Beaumont, Esq., Bretton 
Hall, Wakefield. Left 1850 2 . Entered R.N. 1850; retired 1854; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; Barrister, 1863. DIED Dec. 15th, 1907. 

Bevan, Richard Alexander (The Grove), son of R. Bevan, Esq. (O.K.), High- 
cliff Lodge, Brighton. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857 ; 
M.A. 1859 ; Banker at Brighton ; J.P. Sussex. R. A. Bevan, Esq., 
Horsgate, Cuckfield, Sussex. 

Carrick, Somerset Arthur, Earl ot(H.B.), son of Somerset, 3rd Earl of Carrick, 
Succ. as 5th Earl, 1846 ; left 185 1 3 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 1853 ; 
retired as Capt. 1862 ; served in the Crimea (medal with clasp). DIED 
Dec. 22nd, 1901. 

Causton, Charles Purefoy (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. 
C. Causton (O.H.), Stretton-on-Fosse, Moreton-in-the-Marsh. Left 
1849 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1861 ; Rector of Stretton- 
on-Fosse, 1866-99. DIED 1899. 

Cuninghame, William James Montgomery- (Druries), son of Sir T. Mont- 
gomery-Cuninghame, 8th Bart. Left 1851 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 
1853 ; retired as Major, 1867 ; served in the Crimea (present at the 
Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman ; obtained the V.C. for his conduct 
at the capture of the rifle pits, Nov. 20th, 1854 ; medal with 4 clasps 
and Turkish war medal ; 5th Class Medjidie) ; succ. as 9th Bart. 1870 ; 
M.P. Ayr Burghs, 1874-80; Claimant to the Earldom of Glencairn. 
DIED Nov. llth, 1897. 

Dalton, Henry Robert Samuel (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. H. Dalton, 
Clovelly, Bideford, N. Devon. Left 1852 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1S57 ; 
of Dean House, Kimbolton. DIED at Boulogne, Dec. 20th, 1903. 

Farquharson, Francis Dundas (The Park), son of J. R. Farquharson, Esq., of 
Invercauld House, Braemar, Aberdeen. Left 1852 2 . Joined 60th 
Rifles, 1853 ; Lieut.-Col. ; served as extra A.D.C. to Sir Hope Grant 
in China, 1860 (medal with clasps for Taku Forts and Pekin). DIED 
Sept. 16th, 1882. 



1848 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 213 

Farquharson, George Murray, twin brother of the above. Left 1853 1 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. ; Clerk in the War Office, 1858 ; Senior Clerk and Sec. and 
Registrar of D.S.O. ; retired 1897. DIED May 7th, 1899. 

Fitzgerald (H.B.), son of the Rev. Fitzgerald, Harrow. Left 1850 1 . 

Franklyn, Henry William (Small Houses and Mr, Warner's), son of G. W. 
Franklyn, Esq., Clifton House, Clifton. Left 185 1 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 1861 ; ceased to practise, 1879. 
DIED 1884. 

Garlies, Alan Plantagenet, Viscount (The Grove), son of Randolph, 9th Earl 
of Galloway (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1853-4 ; left 18542. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
joined R.H.G. 1855 ; retired as Capt. 1869 ; M.P. Wigtownshire, 1868- 
73 ; succ. as 10th Earl, 1873 ; Lord High Commr. to Church of Scot- 
land, 1876-7 ; K.T. DIED Feb. 7th, 1901. 

Harington, Robert Edward Stuart (The Park), son of Capt. R. Harington 
(O.K.), of Crutherland, Lanark. Left 1852 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; 
joined Rifle Brigade, 1855; retired as Capt. 1866; J.P. and D.L. 
Lanark ; late Col. Commanding 2nd Lanark R.V. ; V.D. ; assumed 
the additional name of Stuart, 1879. Col. R. E. S. Harington-Stuart, 
Torrance, East Kilbride, N.B. 

King, Walker (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. M. King, Cutcombe 
Vicarage, Somerset. Left 1850 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb., S.C.L. 
1856 ; Rector of Huish Champflower, Somerset, 1873-93. Rev. W. 
King, Dunkery, Exeter. 

Molyneux, William Wright (The Park), son of T. C. Molyneux, Esq., Alder 
Hay, West Derby. Left 1850 2 . 

Neave, Kenelm (Small Houses and Mr. Warner's), son of Sir R. D. Neave, 
3rd Bart. Left 1850 2 . In Bombay Army ; served in Indian Mutiny. 
KILLED by a gun accident at Ghoona, India, Jan. 9th, 1861. 

Neave, Wyndham (Small Houses and Mr. Warner's), brother of the above. 
Left 1852 1 . In 71st Highlanders. KILLED while leading his men 
into action at Gwalior, June 16th, 1858. 

Park, Atherton Alan (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. A. Park, 
Esq. (O.K.), Merton Grove, Surrey. Left 1852 1 . In 24th Bombay 
N.I. KILLED at the siege of Jhansi, India, April 4th, 1858. 

Peel, William Augustus (Mr. Warner's), son of the Right Hon. J. Peel, Marble 
Hill, Twickenham. Left 185 1 2 . St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; Inspector 
to the Local Government Board ; of Gravel Hill, Boxmoor. DIED 
May 15th, 1899. 

Scott, William (Mr. Oxenliam's), son of J. Scott, Esq., Colney Hall, Norwich. 
Left 1849 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1852-4 ; in 7th Bengal Cavalry. DIED 
in India, Aug. 10th, 1856. 

Spedding, John James (H.B. and The Park), son of J. Spedding, Esq., Mire- 
house, Keswick. Left 1850 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 
1859 ; of Greta Bridge, Keswick ; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland ; Col. 
Cumberland R.V. DIED Dec. 8th, 1909. 

Thompson, Arthur Kelly (Mr. Warner's), son of Mrs. Thompson, Charleville, 
Blackrock, Dublin. Left 1851 2 . In business in London. A. K. 
Thompson, Esq., Mapledean, Redhill. 

Turner, Anselm ( The Park), son of Lord Justice G. J. Turner, Moult, Kings- 
bridge. Left 1852 1 . Durham Univ., B.A. ; Clerk of the Charity 
Commission and Clerk in the House of Commons. DIED Feb. llth, 
1879. 



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Venour, William (Druries), son of W. \'enour, Esq., Teddington House, 
Middlesex. Left 1850 3 . M.R.C.S. ; L.M. ; L.S.A. ; entered Indian 
Army Medical Service ; retired as Surgeon-Major, 1889 ; served in the 
Ashanti War, 1873 (medal) ; the Afghan War, 1878-80 (with the 
Candahar Column ; medal), the Soudan Expedition, 1884 (mentioned 
in despatches ; medal and Khedive's Star), and the Burmese War, 
1886-7 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp) ; of Netherwood, 
Saundersfoot. DIED Feb. 4th, 1903. 

Young, Richard Newton (Mr. MiddlemisCs), son of A. A. Young, Esq., Orling- 
bury, Wellingborough. Left 1849 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; joined R.A. 
1856 ; retired as Capt. DIED April 7th, 1883. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1848. 

Anstruther, Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir R. A. Anstruther, 4th Bart., of 
Balcaskie. Left 1849 1 . In Royal Welsh Fusiliers. KILLED at the 
Alma, Sept. 20th, 1854. 

Anstruther, Robert (Mr. Warner's), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . 
Joined Grenadier Guards ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1861 ; succ. as 5th 
Bart. 1863; M.P. Fife, 1864-80; St. Andrews, 1885-6; Lord-Lieut, 
of Fife. DIED July 21st, 1886. 

Bay ley, Reginald (H.B.), son of the Rev. W. H. R. Bayley, Harrow. Left 
1850 2 . 

Cotton, John Hynde (Druries), son of A. Cotton, Esq., Hildersham Hall, 
Cambridge. Left 1848 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb. DIED young. 

Crompton, William Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Lieut.- 
Col. J. S. Crompton (O.H.), Sion Hill, Thirsk. Left 1851 1 . Joined 
42nd Regt. 1854; subsequently Lieut.-Col. llth Regt. and Major- 
Gen. ; served in the Crimea (medal and clasp) ; of Esholt Hall, Leeds ; 
J.P. N. and W. Ridings Yorks. ; assumed the additional name of 
Stansfield, 1872. DIED 1888, while out shooting. 

Grossman, Walter Henry Kingscote (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son 
of the Rev. F. G. Grossman, 15, Great Marlborough Street, W. Left 
1849 3 . Barrister, 1859 ; Journalist ; of 38, Queen Anne Street, W. 
DIED about 1868. 

Davenport, Harry Tichborne (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. 

Davenport, Esq., Westwood, Leek, Staffs. Left 1852 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 

B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1860 ; Barrister, 1860 ; of Tettenhall, Staffs. ; M.P. 

N. Staffs. 1880-5; Staffs. (Leek), 1886-92; J.P., County Alderman, 

and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Staffs. ; assumed the name 

of Hinckes, 1890. DIED March 19th, 1895. 
Dundas, James Durham (The Park), son of R. Dundas, Esq., of Arniston, 

Gorebridge, N.B. Left 1850 2 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1854; retired as 

Major-Gen. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (medal and clasp). DIED 

Sept. 1881. 
Glyn, Sidney Carr (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. C. Glyn, Esq., 1st Baron Wol- 

verton, 1869. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined Rifle Brigade ; 

retired as Capt. 1872 ; served in the Crimea (medal with clasp) ; M.P. 

Shaftesbury, 1880-5. Hon. S. Carr Glyn, 27, Grosvenor Place, S.W. 
Greville, Cavendish Hubert (Small Houses), son of A. F. Greville, Esq., Hilling- 
don. Left 1850 3 . In Coldstream Guards. KILLED at Inkerman, 

Nov. 5th, 1854. 
Grey, Henry Rowland Ellison (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Right Hon. Sir 

C. E. Grey, G.C.H., Jamaica. Left 1850 3 . Entered R.N. 1850; 

retired as Capt. 1885 ; Vice-Consul in the Territories adjacent to the 

Oil Rivers in 1884. DIED Dec. 6th, 1909. 



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Hale, Mathew Holford (Druries), son of R. B. Hale, Esq., Alderley, Wotton- 
under-Edge. Left 1852 1 . Joined 26th Cameronians, 1853 ; retired 
as Col. 1885 ; served in Abyssinian Expedition, 1868. Col. M. H. 
Hale, as above. 

Harcourt, Augustus George Vernon- ( The Grove], son of Admiral F. E. Vernon- 
Harcourt, 47, Cadogan Place, S.W. Monitor, 1853; left 1854 2 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Natural Science ; B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
Student of Ch. Ch. and Lee's Reader in Chemistry, 1859-1902 ; Sec. 
to the Chemical Society of London, 1865-72 ; Pres. 1895-7 ; F.R.S. 
1868 : General Sec. to British Association, 1883-97 ; Metropolitan 
Gas Referee, 1872 ; LL.D. McGill Coll. Montreal ; D.Sc. Oxf. ; D.C.L. 
Durham. A. O. Vernon- Harcourt, Esq., F.R.S. , St. Clare, Ryde, 
I.W. 

Harrison, James Harwood ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. H. Harri- 
son, Bugbrooke Rectory, Weedon. Left 1852 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., 
1st Class Mathematics, B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1865 ; Rector of Bugbrooke, 
Northants., 1859-95. DIED June 5th, 1895. 

Hope, William John ( The Park), son of T. H. Hope, Esq., Netley Hall, Shrews- 
bury. Monitor, 1853 ; Head of the School, 1855 : assumed the 
additional name of Edwardes, 1854 ; left 1855 2 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb., Camden Medal, 1858 ; 6th Classic ; B.A. 1859 ; Members' 
Prize for Latin Essay, 1861. DIED Sept. 30th, 1867. 

Knight, Philip Henry (The Park), son of E. Knight, Esq., Chawton House, 
Alton. Cricket XI. 1853 ; left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Major 
Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at siege, 
capture, and relief of Lucknow). DIED Jan. 4th, 1882. 

Lockhart, James Augustus (Mr. MiddlemisC a), son of J. Lockhart, Esq., 
Sherfield House, Romsey. Left 1852 3 . C.C.C. Oxf. ; Capt. 41st 
Regt. KILLED in the trenches before the Redan, Sept. 8th, 1855. 

Macpherson, Duncan (H.B.), son of E. Macpherson of Cluny, Cluny Castle, 
Kingussie, N.B. Left 1851 2 . Joined the Black Watch ; Lieut.-Col. 
Commanding, 1882-6 ; retired as Col. ; served in the Indian Mutiny, 
including siege of Lucknow (medal with clasp), in Ashanti War (wounded 
in three places ; twice mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp), 
and in the Egyptian War of 1882 (present at Tel-el-Kebir ; medal 
with clasp and 3rd Class Medjidie) ; C,B. ; of Cluny Castle ; J.P 
and D.L. Inverness ; Chief of Clan Chattan. DIED Oct. 3rd, 1886. 

Macpherspn, Ewen Henry Davidson ( H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1852 2 . 
Joined 93rd Regt. (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), 1854 ; Lieut.- 
Col. Commanding, 1886-90 ; retired as Col. 1890 ; served in the 
Crimea (present at siege and fall of Sebastopol ; medal with clasp 
and Turkish medal), in the Indian Mutiny (including relief of Lucknow 
and Oude Campaign ; medal with 2 clasps), and in the Eusofzie 
Campaign, 1863-4 (medal with clasp) ; of Cluny Castle ; J.P. and D.L. 
Inverness ; Chief of Clan Chattan. DIED Aug. 18th, 1900. 

Paynter, Camborne Hastings (The Head Master's), son of T. Paynter, Esq., 
Boskenna, Cornwall. Left 1851 3 . In 26th Cameronians. KILLED 
at a fire in Newcastle-on-Tyne, Oct. 4th, 1854. 

Penfold, Hugh Charles (The Head Master's), son of E. G. Penfold, Esq., 
Rustington, Worthing. Left 1852 1 . Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1856 ; 
M A. 1859 ; Barrister, 1860 ; of Rustington ; J.P. Sussex. DIED 1908. 

Sowerby, George (Druries), son of G. Sowerby, Esq. (O.H.), Putteridge Bury, 
Luton. Left 1851 3 . Of Putteridge Bury ; J.P. Herts, and Beds. 
(High Sheriff, 1876) ; Col. Durham Militia. GORED to death by a 
favourite stag at Putteridge, Aug. 2nd, 1888. 



216 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1848 3 -49 1 

Stone, William Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of W. Stone, Esq., Dulwich Hill, 
S.E. Monitor, 1851; Lyon Scholar, 1853; left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., 8th Classic and 30th Wrangler; B.A. 1857; M.A. 1860; 
Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1859 ; Merchant and East India Agent ; Director 
of London and County Banking Co. ; of Lea Park, Godalming ; M.P. 
Portsmouth, 1865-74; J.P. and D.L. Surrey; J.P. Hants. ; Gov. of 
Harrow School. DIED Nov. 7th, 1896. 

Thursby, Piers (The Grove), son of the Rev. W. Thursby (O.K.), Ormerod 
House, Burnley. Left 1849 2 . Joined 9th Lancers, 1856; retired as 
Capt. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (present at the capture of Luck- 
now and Bareilly ; medal and clasp) ; of Broadwell Hill, Stow-on- 
the-Wold; J.P. Glos. DIED May 19th, 1904. 

Turner, Arthur William ( The Park), son of Lord Justice G. J. Turner, Moult, 
Kingsbridge. Left 1854 1 . Joined 56th Regt. 1854; Capt. 1863; 
served in the Crimea (present at the final assault on Sebastopol ; medal 
with clasp and Turkish medal). DIED at Poona, Aug. 1871. 

Vivian, George Ennis (Druries), son of Major Q. Vivian, Tregavethan, Truro. 
Left 1849 2 . DIED about 1886. 

Walford, Herbert Henry (The Park), son of A. Walford, Esq., 66, Lowndes 
Square, S.W. Left 1853 1 . Solicitor, 1858; Partner in Walfords, 
London; J.P. Hants. H. H. Walford, Esq., Arlebury, Alresford. 

Walker, Henry Aston (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. Walker, 

Esq., Chace Cottage, Enfield. Left 1853 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 

1856; M.A. 1859; Vicar of St. James's, Hatcham, 1879-85; of 

Chattisham, Suffolk, 1891. DIED May 1906. 
Way, John Hugh (Druries), son of the Rev. H. H. Way, Henbury Vicarage, 

Bristol. Monitor, 1853; left 1853 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1857; 

M.A. 1891 ; Vicar of Henbury, 1860; Hon. Canon of Bristol. Rev. 

Canon Way, as above. 
Wigram, Frederic Edward (The Grove), son of E. Wigram, Esq., 2, Connaught 

Place, W. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857; M.A. 1860; 

P.C. of Portswood, Hants, 1864-80; Hon. Clerical Sec. Church 

Missionary Society, 1880-95; Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral; 

of Oak Hill House, Hampstead. DIED March 10th, 1897. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1849. 

Bankes, Henry Eldon George ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. E. Bankes, 
The Rectory, Corfe Castle. Left 1851 1 . Gazetted to 4th Dragoon 
Guards, but never joined. DIED at Boulogne, about 1865. 

Blacker, St. John Maxwell ( The Head Master's), son of Lieut.-Col. St. John 
Blacker. Left 1850 1 . In 21st Fusiliers. DIED at Paris, Feb. 10th, 
1852. 

Brooke, Robert Arthur (The Head Master's), son of R. Brooke, Esq., 4, Royal 

Crescent, Bath. Left 1852 2 . 
Browne, Lord Richard Howe (Small Houses), son of Howe, 2nd Marquis of 

Sligo. Left 1851 1 . Joined 96th Regt.; retired as Major, 1863; 

served with 7th Regt. in the Crimea (twice wounded ; 2 medals and 

5th Class Medjidie). Lord Richard H. Browne, Reigate, Surrey. 
Buller, James Howard (The Grove), son of J. W. Buller, Esq. (O.K.), Downes, 

Crediton. Left 1853 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1858 ; of Downes ; J.P. 

Devon. DIED Oct. 13th, 1874. 
Cotterell, Sir Geers Henry, Bart. (Small Houses), son of J. H. Cotterell, Esq., 

Garnons, Herefordshire. Succ. as 3rd Bart. 1847; left 1850 3 . Ch. 

Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Herefordshire, 1857-9 ; J.P. and D.L. Hereford 

(High Sheriff, 1865). DIED March 17th, 1900. 



1849 1 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 217 

Davey, William Horton (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of S. Davey, 
Esq., Redruth, Cornwall. Cricket XL 1853 ; Winner of Champion 
Racket ; left 1853 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 1860 ; 
of Redruth ; J.P. Cornwall. DIED April 13th, 1871. 

Dawson, Arthur Finch (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Dawson, 
Esq., Launde Abbey, Leicester. Left 1852 3 . Late Capt. 6th Dra- 
goons ; served in the Crimea ; J.P. Derbyshire and Staffs. ; Capt. 
(retired) Staffs. Yeomanry. Capt. A. F. Dawson, Barrow Hill, 
Uttoxeter. 

Dawson, Henry Charles (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), brother of the 
above. Left 185 1 3 . In 6th Dragoons. DIED of fever in Balaclava 
Bay, Oct. 5th, 1854. 

Deverell, William Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of J. Deverell, Esq., Purbrook 
Park, Hants. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1859; M.A. 1862; Barrister, 1861; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High 
Sheriff, 1861). W. H. Deverell, Esq., Bossington House, Stockbridge. 

Du Cane, Alfred Richard (Druries), son of Capt. C. Du Cane, R.N., Braxted 
Park, Witham. Left 1850 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857 ; M.A. 
1860 ; C.U. Cricket XL 1854-5 ; Vicar of Rostherne, Cheshire, 1862-71 ; 
of Walton d'Eivile, Warwicks., 1873-4; of Willingale-Doe, Essex, 
1874-82. DIED Oct. 19th, 1882. 

Evans, Charles Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. H. Evans, 
Esq., Plasgwyn, Anglesey. Left 1850 3 . In 55th Regt. DIED of 
wounds received in the trenches before Sebastopol, Aug. 6th, 1855. 

Graham, John (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Dr. J. Graham, Bishop of Chester. 
Left 1853 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1858; LL.M. 1861; Vicar 
of Little St. John's and Chaplain of St. John's Hospital, Chester, 1864- 
72 ; Registrar of the Diocese of Chester. DIED 1872. 

Hankey, Herbert (The Head Master's), son of T. Hankey, Esq., Coombe 
House, Croydon. Left 1851 1 . H.E.I.C.S. ; Commr. of Chittagong, 
Inspector-Gen, of Police, etc. ; Indian medal with clasp for Looshai ; 
J.P. Kent. H. Hankey, Esq., 8, Second Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 

Hicks, Charles Sutherland (Mr. Warner's), Left 1852 3 . Late of May bush 
Villa, Shirley, Southampton. 

Hume, Charles William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. C. J. Hume, Meon 
Stoke, Bishop's Waltham. Left 1850 1 . Musician ; resided for many 
years at Winchester. DIED Nov. llth, 1908. 

Johnson, John Whitaker (The Head Master's), son of J. W. Johnson, Esq., 
Derby. Left 185 1 1 . 

Kemp, Edward (Small Houses), son of E. R. Kemp, Esq., East Leighton, 
Richmond, Yorks. Left 185 1 3 . 

Lace, William Henry (Small Houses), son of J. Lace, Esq., Liverpool. Left 
1851 3 . DIED Sept. 3rd, 1875. 

Malet, Henry Charles Eden ( The Park), son of Sir A. Malet. 2nd Bart. Left 
1849 2 . Afterwards at Eton ; joined Grenadier Guards, 1854 ; retired 
as Lieut.-Col. 1870 ; served in the Crimea (medal with clasp and 
Turkish medal) ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1886 ; J.P. Wilts. DIED Jan. 12th, 
1904. 

Palmer, Herrick Augustus (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. H. Palmer, 
Withcote Hall, Oakham. Left 1852 3 . Joined 62nd Regt. 1854; 
retired as Major ; served in the Crimea (wounded and taken prisoner 
at final assault on the Redan ; honourably mentioned in General 
Simpson's despatches ; medal and clasp and 5th Class Medjidie) ; 
subsequently resided at St. Leonards. 



218 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1849 1 -49 2 

Rothes, George William Evelyn, Earl of (The Grove), son of George, 13th 
Earl of Rothes. Succ. as 14th Earl, 1841 ; left 1852 2 . DIED June 2nd, 
1859. 

Twining, Richard Radcliffe (The Park), son of R. Twining, Esq., 215, Strand, 
W.C. Left 1851 2 . In business. DIED 1862. 

Vernon, Harry Foley (Druries), son of T. T. Vernon, Esq., Hanbury Hall, 
Droitwich. Left 1851 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1858; M.A. 1860; 
M.P. E. Worcs. 1861-8; created a Bart. 1885; J.P. and D.L. Worcs. 
(High Sheriff, 1873) ; late Col. Worcs. Yeomanry and R.V. ; V.D. 
Sir Harry F. Vernon, Bart., as above. 

Walters, Thomas (Druries), son of Mrs. Walters, 156, Albany Street, W. Left 
1853 2 . In business in Bremen. 

Wilkinson, Edward Abererombie (The Park), son of G. H. Wilkinson, Esq. 
(O.H.), Harperley Park, Darlington. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1857; M.A. 1860; Vicar of Tudhoe, Durham, 1866-83; of 
Whitworth, Durham, 1883-1900 ; J.P. Co. Durham. DIED Dec. 23rd, 
1900. 

Willoughby, Edward Carlile (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of B. E. 
Willoughby, Esq., 4, Bedford Square, W.C. Left 1852 2 . Oriel Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1856 ; M.A. 1858 ; Barrister, 1858 ; Auditor M.C.C. 
DIED May 29th, 1886. 

Wynne, Edward Toler (H.B.), son of Gen. G. Wynne, Roxeth House, Harrow. 
Left 1853 1 . Joined R.E. 1858 ; retired. DIED in S. Africa, about 
1892. 

Wynne, Henry Le Poer (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1853 3 . St. 
John's Coll. and Oriel Coll. (Scholar) Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; Indian C.S. ; 
Political Officer in Cashmere, and Acting Sec. to Government of India 
(Foreign Department). DIED in India, May 4th, 1874. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1849. 
Abbot, Thomas (H.B.), son of W. Abbot, Esq., Harrow. Left 1849 3 . 

Adair, Hugh Jenison (Small Houses), son of A. Adair, Esq. (O.H.), Heatherton 
Park, Taunton. Left 1853 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1865 ; 
for 24 years Patron and Vicar of Bradford, near Taunton, resigning 
on account of ill-health, 1885. DIED Aug. 1892. 

Boswell, Charles Martyn (H.B.), son of the Rev. R. D. Boswell, Harrow. 
Left 1855 3 . Joined 104th Regt. 1857 ; Capt. 1866. 

Boswell, John Alexander Corrie (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1851 2 - 
Haileybury Coll. 1853-4 ; Madras C.S. 1855 ; Magistrate and Col- 
lector of Kistna. DIED Jan. 6th, 1872. 

Bruce, Courtenay William (Mr. Warner's), son of W. A. Bruce, Esq., Ashley 
Box, Chippenham. Left 1850 3 . Joined 6th Dragoon Guards, 1855; 
Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1867 ; retired ; served in the Indian Mutiny from 
the outbreak at Meerut to the pacification at Oude, and commanded a 
squadron at Bunkagaon, and was subsequently present at actions of 
Mahoudispore and Russoolpore, advance on and capture of Mitowlee, 
affairs of Allygunge and Biswar, etc. (medal) ; J.P. Hants. Lieut.- 
Col. C. W. Bruce, Brooke House, Fleet, Hants. 

Burroughes, Robert ( The Grove), son of the Rev. J. Burroughes, Lingwood 
Lodge, Norwich. Cricket XI. 1854 ; left 1854 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; Rector of Beighton, Norfolk, 1867-78 ; of Pen- 
combe, Herefordshire, 1878-90. DIED Jan. 1890. 

Burton, Charles William (H.B.), son of the Rev. R. W. Burton, St. John's, 
Wembley. Left 1849 2 . 



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Burton, Robert Edward (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1849 2 . 
Clutterbuck, James Hulton (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. 

Clutterbuck, Esq. (O.H.), Watford House, Herts. Cricket XI. 1852; 

left 1853 1 . Joined 63rd Regt. 1853. KILLED at the battle of Inker- 
man, Nov. 5th, 1854. 
Conyngham, George Lenox- (Mr. Warner's), son of G. Lenox-Conyngham, 

Esq., 69, Eaton Place, S.W. Left 185 1 3 . In Diplomatic Service. 

DIED Nov. 14th, 1866. 
Cresswell, William Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of F. Cresswell, Esq., King's 

Lynn. Left 1851 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb. DIED at Cambridge, 

Dec. 3rd, 1857. 

Currie, Francis Gore (The Head Master's), son of B. G. Currie, Esq. Left 
1851 1 . Capt. 79th Highlanders. DIED in Spain, Aug. 17th, 1890. 

Currie, Robert George (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir F. Currie, 1st Bart. Cricket 
XI. 1853; left 1853 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1854-6; H.E.I.C.S. 1857; 
served in the Indian Mutiny ; Judge of Aligarh. DIED in India, 
June 13th, 1880. 

Digby, Kenelm Edward (The Grove), son of the Rev. the Hon. K. H. Digby 
(O.H.), Tittleshall Rectory, Norfolk. Monitor, 1853 ; Neeld Scholar, 
1855; Cricket XL 1852-5; Capt. 1853-5; left 1855 2 . Scholar of 
C.C.C. Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
Fellow and Tutor; Vinerian Reader of English Law, 1868-74; O.U. 
Cricket XL 1857-9 ; Barrister, 1865 ; Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 1891 ; 
County Court Judge (Derbyshire Circuit), 1892-5 ; Permanent Under- 
Sec Home Department, 1895-1903 ; K.C. 1904 ; K.C.B. 1898 ; 
G.C.B. 1906 ; J.P. Derbyshire and Kent ; Governor of Harrow School. 
Sir Kenelm Digby, G.C.B., King's Ford, Colchester. 

Fothringham, Thomas Frederick Scrymscoure- (Small Houses and The Grove), 
son of J. Scrymscoure-Fothringham, Esq., of Fothringham, Dundee. 
Left 1853 1 . Joined Scots Guards, 1854 ; retired 1859 ; served in 
the Crimea (medal with clasp and Turkish medal). DIED March 7th, 
1864. 

Hicks, Robert (H.B.), son of R. Hicks, Esq., Harrow. Left 1849 3 . DIED 
April 17th, 1899. 

Isaac, Edward Whitmore (The Head Master's), son of J. W. Isaac, Esq., 

Boughton Park, Worcester. Left 1853 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A., 1860; 

M.A. 1865; Vicar of Dewsbury, 1871-9; of Hanley Castle, Worcs., 

1879; Hon. Canon of Worcester. Rev. Canon Isaac, Hanley Caitle 

Vicarage, Worcester. 

Lang, George Lukis (H.B.), son of A. Lang, Esq., Sudbury Hill, Harrow. 

Monitor, 1855; Cricket XL 1854-5; left 1855 2 . Haileybury Coll. 

1856 ; Indian C.S. 1858-91 ; Commr. of Jhansi. DIED June 2nd, 

1898. 

Locock, Herbert (Small Houses and Mr. Warner's), son of Sir C. Locock, M.D., 
1st Bart. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1854 3 . Joined R.E. 1856 ; retired as 
Col. 1896 ; Deputy Inspector-Gen, of Fortifications, 1887-96 ; of 
Frensham Grove, Farnham ; C.B. DIED Aug. 13th, 1910. 

Macnaghten, Elliot (The Park), son of E. Macnaghten, Esq., Monkhams, 
Woodford, Essex. Left 1852 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1854-5 ; H.E.I.C.S. 
1856 ; served with distinction during the Mutiny ; Inspector-Gen, of 
Registration and Commr. of Excise and Stamps, N.W. Provinces ; 
Barrister, 1870. DIED at Allahabad, Jan. 1875. 

Macnaghten, Fergus ( The Park), son of Sir E. C. W. Macnaghten, 2nd Bart. 
Left 1852 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1854-6 ; Bombay C.S. 1856 ; Assistant 
Commr. of Chindwara. DIED in India, April 27th, 1867. 



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Master, Streynsham Mosley (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the 
Rev. J. S. Master, The Rectory, Chorley, Lanes. Monitor, 1852 ; 
left 1853 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1856; M.A. 1860. DIED in 
Australia, Jan. llth, 1890. 

Pepper, Thomas St. George (Small Houses), son of Col. C. H. Pepper, Bally 
garth Castle, Julianstown, Co. Meath. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Dublin, M.A. 1859 ; of Ballygarth Castle ; J.P. and D.L. Meath. 
DIED July 21st, 1884. 

Stewart, Hon. Randolph Henry (Mr. Middlemist's and the Head Master's], son 
of Randolph, 9th Earl of Galloway (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1853-4 ; 
Football XI. 1854 ; left 1855 1 . Joined 42nd Highlanders, 1855 ; 
retired as Capt. 1876 ; served in the Crimea (present at siege and fall 
of Sebastopol ; medal with clasp and Turkish war medal) and in the 
Indian Mutiny (present at fall of Lucknow ; medal with clasp) ; 
Brigade-Major, Ferozepore, 1859; D.A.Q.M.G. Allahabad, 1860 
succ. as llth Earl, 1901. Earl of Galloway, Cumloden, Newton 
Stewart, N.B. 

Timson, Henry (The Park), son of Rev. E. Timson, Tatchbury Mount, South- 
ampton. Left 185 1 3 . Joined 6th Dragoons ; transferred to 5th 
Lancers ; retired as Capt. ; of Tatchbury Mount ; J.P. Hants. DIED 
1906. 

Tritton, Vincent Biscoe (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. R. Tritton, 
Morden, Surrey. Left 1851 3 . V. B. Tritton, Esq., Littleridge, 
Sunningdale, Berks. 

Vernon, Greville Richard (H.B. and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Right Hon. 
R. Vernon, M.P., 1st Baron Lyveden, 1859. Left 1851 2 . Clerk in 
Foreign Office, 1854-9; of Auchans House, Kimlarnock ; M.P. S. 
Ayr, 1886-92 ; J.P. and D.L. Ayr ; Lieut.-Col. Ayrshire Artillery 
Volunteers. DIED Feb. 19th, 1909. 

Watney, Daniel (Mr. Middlemisf s}, son of J. Watney, Esq., Mitcham, Surrey. 
Left 1851 2 . Land Agent and Auctioneer ; Chairman of the Auction 
Mart Co. D. Watney, Esq., 2, Endsleigh Street, W.C. 

Wilson, Robert Dobie (The Head Master's), son of W. D. Wilson, Esq., of 
Glenarbach, Dumbartonshire. Monitor, 1852 ; Head of the School, 
1853; Lyon Scholar, 1853; left 1854 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., Gaisford 
Greek Prose, 1857 ; 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 
1861 ; Barrister, 1862 ; Director of the London Labourers' Dwellings 
Society. #. D. Wilson, Esq., 38, Upper Brook Street, W. 

Withington, Peter (The Head Master's), son of T. E. Withington, Esq., 
Culcheth Hall, Warrington. Left 1851 3 . Joined 7th Dragoon Guards, 
1852 ; Lieut.-Col. ; of Woolley Park, Wakefield. DIED May 8th, 1875. 

Yardley, Edward (Druries), son of E. Yardley, Esq., 58, Gordon Square, W.C. 
Left 1852 2 . Barrister. 1856 ; author of " The Supernatural in Ro- 
mantic Fiction," etc. DIED Oct. 14th, 1908. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1849. 

Barclay, Hanbury (H.B.), son of R. Barclay, Esq. (O.H.), The Grove, Lower 
Tooting. Left 1854 1 . Director of the London & County Banking 
Co. ; J.P. Herts. ; Col. Staffs. R.V. ; V.D. DIED March 4th, 1909. 

Bennet, Philip (Small Houses), son of P. Bennet, Esq., M.P., Rougham Hall, 
Bury St. Edmunds. Left 1852 2 . Lieut. R.H.G. ; of Rougham Hall ; 
J.P. and D.L. Suffolk. DIED July llth, 1875. 

Birkett, Holland Thomas (Small Houses), son of H. T. Birkett, Esq., The Cliff, 
Corton, Lowestoft. Left 1854 2 . DIED in Egypt, Feb. 28th, 1883. 



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Blair, Arthur Kindersley (The Head Master's), son of H. M. Blair, Esq., 
Farleigh Castle, Bath. Left 1851 1 . Also at Elizabeth Coll. Guernsey ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; gazetted to the 71st Highlanders and proceeded to the 
Crimea, but peace having been declared two days before the transport 
arrived, he declined the medal ; served in the Indian Mutiny, but was 
invalided home ; retired 1861 ; proceeded to degrees of B.A. and M.A. 
at Magd. Hall, Oxf., 1869 ; Royal Agricultural Coll. Cirencester, 1869- 
70. DIED from the effects of an accident while shooting at Trentham, 
1889. 

Boucher, John Charles (Small Houses and The Park), son of J. G. Boucher, 
Esq., Shedfield, Botley, Hants. Left 1852 3 . Capt. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards ; of Savernake Lodge, Bath ; assumed the name of Crabb- 
Boucher. DIED March 18th, 1908. 

Brigstocke, Augustus (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Brigstocke 
(O.K.), Burton Rectory, Haverfordwest. Left 1852 2 . Joined 51st 
Regt. 1854 ; Capt. 1858. DIED March 10th, 1870. 

Busk, Wadsworth (The Head Master's). Monitor, 1855; left 1855 2 . Of 
St. Petersburg. DROWNED in New Zealand, 1863. 

Cameron (of Lochiel), Donald (Small Houses), son of Cameron (of Lochiel) 
(O.H.), Achnacarry, Inverness-shire. Left 1852 2 . In Diplomatic 
Service ; served at Berne and Copenhagen ; 1st Attache Lord Elgin's 
Special Mission to China, 1857 ; of Achnacarry ; M.P. Inverness-shire, 
1868-85; Groom-in- Waiting, 1874-80; Lord-Lieut, of Inverness- 
shire; J.P. and D.L. Argyll; J.P. Bucks. DIED Nov. 30th, 1905. 

Collisson, William ( The Head Master's), son of W. Collisson, Esq., 83, Camden 
Road Villas, N.W. Left 1852 1 . Solicitor, 1858 ; Partner in Collisson 
& Prichard ; Associate South Eastern Circuit, 1863-1902. DIED 
Sept. 4th, 1902. 

Cowper, Hon. Henry Frederic ( The Grove), son of George, 6th Earl Cowper. 
Left 1852 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Brockett Hall, Welwyn ; M.P. Herts. 
1865-85 ; J.P. Kent and Herts. ; D.L. Kent. DIED Nov. 10th, 1887. 

Crawley, Charles David (Mr. Oxenha.m's), son of G. A. Crawley, Esq., Fitzroy 
Farm, Highgate. Cricket XI. 1853-4 ; Winner of Champion Racket ; 
left 1854 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1858; M.A. 1864; Vicar of East 
Harnham, Wilts., 1875-87 ; Rector of Allington, Wilts., 1887-95. 
Rev. C. D. Crawley, Maisonette, Fleet, Hants. 

D'Aeth, Wyndham Charles Hardy Hughes- (The Park), son of Admiral G. W. 
Hughes-D'Aeth, Knowlton Court, Wingham. Monitor, 1855 ; left 
1855 1 . C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1859; M.A. 1867; Rector of Buckhorn 
Weston, Somerset, 1877. -Rev. W. C. H. H.-D'Aeth, Buckhorn 
Weston, Wincanton. 

Deedes, Herbert George (The Park), son of W. Deedes, Esq., M.P., Saridling 
Park, Hythe. Left 1851 2 . Lieut.-Col. 60th Rifles ; served in the 
Indian Mutiny ; A.D.C. to Sir A. Wilson at the capture of Lucknow ; 
Permanent Assistant Under Sec. for War ; J.P. Kent. DIED May 6th, 
1891. 

Earle, Ralph Anstruther (The Head Master's), son of C. Earle, Esq., Everton, 
Lanes. Monitor, 1853 ; left 1854 2 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 
1854 ; Attache at Paris and Vienna ; retired 1859 ; M.P. Berwick 
in 1859; Maldon, 1865-8; Sec. Poor Law Board, 1866-7; Private 
Sec. to Mr. Disraeli when Chancellor of the Exchequer. DIED at 
Soden, Nassau, June 10th, 1879. 

Ellis, Edward Henry Brabazon Heaton- (Druries), son of C. Heaton-Ellis, Esq., 
Wyddiall Hall, Buntingford. Left 1852 3 . Exeter Coll Oxf., B.A. 
1857 ; of Wyddiall Hall ; J.P. Herts. DIED Sept. 4th, 1870. 



222 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1849 3 

Elmhirst, William Augustus (Druries), son of W. Elmhirst, Esq., West Ashby, 
Horncastle. Left 1852 2 . Capt. 9th Regt. ; of Swyncombe Oxon. 
DIED June 21st, 1890. 

Enys, Francis Gilbert (The Grove), son of J. S. Enys, Esq., Enys, Penryn. 
Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Enys ; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall 
(High Sheriff, 1876) ; Deputy Warden of the Stannaries. DIED from 
the result of an accident, July 13th, 1906. 

Grant, Charles (The Head Master's), son of the Right Hon. Sir R. Grant. 
G.C.H. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Haileybury 
Coll. 1856-7 ; Indian C.S. 1858-85 ; Judicial Commr. and Acting 
Chief Commr. Central Provinces ; Member of the Viceroy's Legis- 
lative Council ; Home and subsequently Foreign Sec. to Government 
of India ; K.C.S.I. DIED April 10th, 1903. 

Grant, Robert (Small Houses), brother of the above. Left 1850 2 . Joined 
R.E. 1854 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1897 ; Staff Coll. 1859-61, passing first both 
in and out ; served in the Soudan Campaign, 1885 ; D.A.G. at Head 
quarters, 1886-91 ; Inspector-Gen, of Fortifications, 1891-8; G.C.B. 
DIED Jan. 8th, 1904. 

Harter, William James (Small Houses), son of W. Harter, Esq., Hope Hall, 
Eccles. Left 1853 1 . Director of the London and County Bank ; of 
Lavington House, The Drive, Wimbledon ; J.P. Cheshire. DIED 
Jan. 29th, 1905. 

Hawkes, Henry Montague (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. 
Hawkes, Esq., Okehampton, Devon. Left 1852 2 . DIED at Harrow, 
from a chill caught while playing cricket, May 24th, 1854. 

Jenkinson, Edward George ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. S. Jenkin- 
son, Battersea Vicarage, S.W. Left 1851 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1854-5 ; 
H.E.I. C.S. 1856-80 ; Commr. of Faizabad ; served on the Staff in 
India during the Mutiny, receiving medal and thanks of Queen Vic- 
toria and Gov.-Gen. ; Assistant Under Sec. for Police and Crime in 
Ireland, 1882-5 ; C.B. 1883 ; K.C.B. ISSS.Sir Edward G. Jenkinson, 
K.C.B., Thurlow, Godalming. 

Kennedy, John Gordon (Small Houses), son of J. Kennedy, Esq., H.M. Diplo- 
matic Service. Left 1853 1 . C.C.C. Oxf. ; entered Diplomatic Service, 

1857 ; 3rd Sec. 1863 ; 2nd Sec. 1865 ; Sec. of Legation, 1878 ; Sec. of 
Embassy, 1881 ; Minister at Santiago, 1888-97 ; at Bucharest, 1897- 
1905 ; K.C.M.G. 1901 ; Grand Cross of Order of Star of Roumania. 
Sir John G. Kennedy, K.C.M.G., Holmhurst, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Latham, George (The Grove), son of A. Latham, Esq. (O.H.), Hollow Dene, 
Frensham, Farnham. Left 1852 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1858. 
DIED 1871. 

Lloyd, Henry Graham (Druries), son of the Rev. H. J. Lloyd (O.H.), Selattyn 
Rectory, Salop. Left 1853 3 . Of West Felton Grange, Oswestry ; 
J.P. Salop. DIED Dec. 4th, 1897. 

Lutwidge, Charles Robert Fletcher (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. C. H. 
Lutwidge, East Farleigh, Kent. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 

1858 ; M.A. 1862 ; Barrister, 1861 ; of Holmrook Hall, Carnforth, and 
Shandon, Tunbridge Wells ; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland and Kent ; 
several times Mayor of Tunbridge Wells ; Knight of Grace of Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem. DIED June 19th, 1907. 

Maclean, John Dalrymple ( The Head Master's), son of A. Maclean, Esq. 
(O.K.), of Ardgour, Argyllshire. Left 1855 3 . Haileybury Coll. 
1856-7 ; Indian C.S. 1858-83 ; Collector of Customs, Calcutta ; of 
Lazonby Hall, Cumberland ; J.P. Cumberland. DIED Jan. 27th, 
1897. 



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Marriott, William Henry Smith- ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. Sir 
W. M. Smith-Marriott, 4th Bart. Left 185 1 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; succ. 
as 5th Bart. 1864; J.P. Dorset (High Sheriff, 1875). Sir William H. 
Smith- Marriott, Bart., The Down House, Blandford. 

Maxwell, John Robert Heron- (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir J. Heron-Maxwell, 
6th Bart. Left 1852 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; joined R.H.G. 1858 ; 
transferred to 15th Hussars ; retired as Capt. 1865 ; succ. as 7th Bart, 
(of Springkell), 1885 ; Member of the Court of Assistants of the Mer- 
chant Taylors' Co. ; Master, 1905-6 ; Director of the Alliance Assur- 
ance Co. ; J.P. Dumfries, Surrey, Cumberland, and London ; D.L. 
Dumfries ; Member Royal Company of Archers. DIED May 12th, 
1910. 

Mayo, Theodore (H.B.), son of the Rev. Dr. C. Mayo, Cheam. Left 1857 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1865 ; Curate of Leigh-on-Mendip, 
Somerset, 1867-9 ; of Chewton Mendip and Chaplain to the Marquis 
of Ormonde, 1873-6 ; subsequently of Quatford House, Bridgnorth, 
and Licensed Preacher in Diocese of Lichfield. DIED March 26th, 
1900. 

Molyneux, Hon. Caryl Craven (Small Houses), son of Charles, 3rd Earl of 
Sefton. Left 1853 2 . Joined 7th Hussars. 1856; transferred to 10th 
Hussars ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1876 ; served in the Indian Mutiny ; 
J.P. W. Riding Yorks. and Oxon. Lieut.-Col. the Hon. C. G. 
Molyneux, The Red House, Bodicote, Banbury. 

Penfold, Robert (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. G. Penfold, 
Esq., Rustington, Worthing. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Hall, Camb. ; Cornet 
15th Hussars, 1856 ; retired as Capt. l8Q8. Capt. R. Pen/old, Round- 
wyck, near Petworth. 

Ryder, Henry Stewart (The Head Master's], son of the Hon. G. D. Ryder, 
Westbrook Hay, Hemel Hempstead. Left 185 1 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 
in Rifle Brigade. KILLED at the attack on the Redan, Sept. 8th, 1855. 

Sergeant, Edmund William (Small Houses and Mr. Rendall's), son of the Rev. 
Canon O. Sergeant, Broughton, Manchester. Monitor, 1852 ; Head 
of the School, 1854 ; Neeld Scholar, 1853 ; left 1854 2 . Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; Assistant 
Master at Wellington Coll. 1859; at Radley, 1863; at Winchester, 
1865 ; Assistant Priest Winchester Coll. Mission, Portsmouth, 1883-6 ; 
Vicar of Moordown, Hants., 1886-91. DIED Sept. 1905. 

Seymour, Michael Culme- (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. Sir J. H. Culme- 
Seymour, 2nd Bart. Left 1850 1 . Entered R.N. 1850 ; Admiral, 
1893 ; retired 1901 ; served in the Burma War, 1852, the Crimea, 
and the China War, 1856-9 (present at operations in the Canton River, 
capture of Peiho Forts, and advance to Tientsin) ; Private Sec. to 
First Lord of the Admiralty, 1874-6 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1880 ; Com- 
mander-in-Chief Pacific Station, 1885-7 ; of the Channel Squadron, 
1890-2 ; in the Mediterranean, 1893-6 ; at Portsmouth, 1897-1900 ; 
K.C.B. 1893 ; G.C.B. 1897 ; G.C.V.O. 1901 ; 1st Class Medjidie ; 
Principal Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria ; Vice-Admiral of the 
United Kingdom and Lieutenant of the Admiralty. Admiral Sir M. 
Culme-Seymour, Bart., G.C.B. , G.C.V.O., 1, Egerton Gardens, S.W., 
and Wadenhoe House, Oundle. 

Stuart, Robert Edward ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. the Hon. A. G. 
Stuart, Cottesmore Rectory, Oakham. Left 1850 3 . DIED May 30th, 
1857. 

Wakeman, Offley Francis Drake (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. E. W. W T ake- 
man, Coton Hall, Bridgnorth. Left 1851 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Student 
of the Inner Temple, 1859 ; J.P. Salop. DIED July 20th, 1865. 



224 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1849MH) 1 

Wigram, Spencer Robert (Small Houses and Mr. Middlemist's), son of O. 
Wigram, Esq., Dulwich. Monitor, 1853 ; left 1854 2 . Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1861 ; Vicar of Prittlewell, Essex, 1864-80 ; 
Rural Dean of Canewdon and Surrogate, 1872-80 ; Grand Chaplain 
of Freemasons of England, 1875-7 ; Rector of West Ilsley, Berks., 
1896-9 ; author of antiquarian works. DIED Jan. 13th, 1909. 

Wright, Francis Vere (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. B. Wright (O.K.), 
Shelton Hall, Newark. Left 1852 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. Notts. ; 
late Col. N. Staffs. Militia ; Knight of the Crown of Italy. F. V. 
Wright, Esq., as above. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1850. 

Ashley, Hon. Anthony Evelyn Melbourne (Mr. Kendall's), son of Anthony, 7th 
Earl of Shaftesbury (O.H.), of Broadlands, Romsey, Hants.; Monitor, 
1854; left 1854 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1858; Barrister, 1863; 
M.P. Poole, 1873-80 ; I. of Wight, 1880-5 ; Parliamentary Sec. to 
Board of Trade, 1880-2 ; Under Sec. for Colonies, 1882-5 ; P.C. ; 
J.P. Dorset, Hants., and Sligo ; Official Verderer of the New Forest; 
several times Mayor of Romsey ; author of " The Life of Lord Palmer- 
ston," to whom he was Sec. 1858-65 DIED Nov. 15th, 1907. 

Baillie, John Baillie ( The Park), son of J. F. Baillie, Esq., of Leys Castle, 
Inverness. Left 1852 2 . In Coldstream Guards ; of Leys ; J.P. and 
D.L. Inverness. DIED 1890. 

Bolitho, Thomas Bedford (Small Houses), son of E. Bolitho, Esq., Trewidden, 
Penzance. Left 1852 2 . Banker; M.P. Cornwall (St. Ives), 1887- 
1900; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall (High Sheriff, 1884) and Devon. 
T. B. Bolitho, Esq., as above. 

Carnegy, Patrick Alexander Watson (The Park), son of P. W. Carnegy, Esq., 
of Lour, Forfar. Left 1851 2 . Joined 2nd Dragoon Guards; trans- 
ferred to 15th Hussars ; retired as Capt. ; Lieut. -Col. Forfar Volunteer 
Light Horse; V.D. ; J.P. and D.L. Forfar. Lieut.- Col. P. A. W. 
Carnegy, as above. 

Clarke, Henry Francis (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. B. B. Clarke, 
Bagborough Rectory, Taunton. Left 185 1 1 . DIED at Hyeres, France, 
Feb. 25th, 1853. 

Cuninghame, John (Small Houses), son of A. Cuninghame, Esq., of Balgownie, 
Culross. Left 1852 2 . Joined 1st Dragoon Guards ; transferred to 
12th Lancers ; retired as Capt. ; of Balgownie ; J.P. Perthshire. 
DIED 1879. 

De Thoren, Oscar William De Satge (Small Houses), son of Baron O. J. De S 
De Thoren, Briedons Norton, Tewkesbury. Left 1850 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
served in 45th and 38th Regts. ; retired as Major ; of Briedons Norton. 
DIED Sept. 14th, 1900. 

Dyke, Percyvall Hart (The Grove), son of Sir P. H. Dyke, 6th Bart. Left 
1851 3 . In Rifle Brigade. DIED of fever in Balaclava Harbour, 
April 9th, 1855. 

Ferguson, George Arthur (Druries), son of Admiral G. Ferguson, of Pitfour, 
Mintlaw, N.B. Left 1850 3 . Late Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards; 
served in the Crimea (medal with clasp and Turkish medal) ; J.P. 
and D.L. Aberdeen. Lieut.-Col. G. A. Ferguson, as above. 

Fleetwood, Peter Louis Hesketh- (Small Houses), son of Sir P. Hesketh- 
Fleetwood, 1st Bart. Left 185 1 2 . Trin. Coll. and New Inn Hall, 
Oxt, B.A. 1861 ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1866 ; Vicar of Plaistow St. Mary, 
Essex, 1867-73. DIED 1880, when the title became extinct. 



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Forster, Ralph (The Park), son of J. Forster, Esq., Ravensdown, Berwick-on- 
Tweed. Cricket XI. 1853 ; left 1853 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1858 ; 
M.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 1863 ; author of " Copyhold and Customary 
Tenures." DIED ' . 

Furley, John (Small Houses), son of R. Furley, Esq., Ashford, Kent. Left 
1852 2 . Commr. of the British National Aid Society, Franco-German 
War, 1870-1 ; Director of the Ambulances Volantes in the Army of 
Marshal MacMahon during the War of the Commune, 1871 ; served 
in a similar but independent capacity during the Carlist War, 1874 ; 
Special Commr. of the British National Aid Society in Montenegro, 
1876 ; Chief Commr. of the Central British Red Cross Society in the 
Boer War ; Director for several years of the Ambulance Dept. of the 
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, of which he was one of the original 
organisers ; author of an autobiography, " In Peace and War," and 
of various publications dealing with the care of the sick and wounded 
in war ; Knighted 1899 ; C.B. 1902 ; Knight of Justice and Hon. 
Bailiff of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; holds various foreign 
orders and medals; J.P. and D.L. Kent. Sir John Furley, C.B., 
14, Evelyn Gardens, S.W. 

Grey, George (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Right Hon. Sir C. E. Grey, G.C.H , 
Jamaica. Left 1853 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1857; M.A. 1859; 
Barrister, 1858. DIED about 1876. 

Hampton,, John Vivian (Small Houses), son of J. L. Hampton-Lewis, Esq., 
Henllys, Beaumaris. Left 1850 1 . Of Oakdale, Holmwood, Dorking ; 
J.P. Surrey. DIED 1890. 

Hathaway, William Frederick (H.B.), son of W. S. Hathaway, Esq., Wimble- 
don, Surrey. Monitor, 1855; left 1855 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1855-7; 
Madras C.S. 1858-71 ; Joint Magistrate and Sub-Collector of Tanjore ; 
Missionary in Jamaica and France. W. F. Hathaway, Esq., La 
Peruse, Chabanais, Charente, France. 

HeathHeld, Frederick William (H.B.), son of R. Heathfield, Esq., Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. Left 1856 1 . In 27th Bombay N.I. KILLED in the Mutiny, 
at Kolhapur, Aug. 2nd, 1857. 

Heathfield, John (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1866; Rector of Preston Bagot, Warwicks., 
1875. Rev. J. Heathfield, Preston Bagot Rectory, Henley-in- Arden. 

Heathfield, Richard (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1852 3 . Merchant 
and Metal Broker in Birmingham and London. DIED about 1905. 

Hodgkinson, George Langton (The Park), son of G. Hodgkinson, Esq., The 
Grove, Kentish Town. Cricket XI. 1854-6 ; left 1856 2 . Pembroke 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1863 ; O.U. Cricket XL 1857-9 ; Vicar of 
Trinity, Gainsborough, 1867-91 ; Rector of Northfield, Warwicks., 
1891-1900; Prebendary of Lincoln. Rev. Prebendary Hodgkinson, 
Lindum Holme, Lincoln. 

Holden, Edward Shuttleworth (The Grove), son of E. A. Holden, Esq. (O.H.), 
Aston Hall, Derby. Left 1851 3 . In Royal Welsh Fusiliers. FELL in 
the assault on the Redan, Sept. 8th, 1855. 

Hudson, William ( The Park), son of R. Hudson, Esq., Clapham Common, S.W. 
Monitor, 1854 ; Spencer Scholar, 1855 ; left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
14th Classic and 2nd Theol. Tripos ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1863 ; Vicar of 
St. Peter Parmentergate, Norwich, 1874-93; author of " Leet Juris- 
diction in Norwich " (Selden Society, vol. v.), and joint-author of 
"Records of the City of Norwich." Rev. W. Hudson, 65, Ashley 
Gardens, S.W. 

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226 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1850* 

Kingscote, Fitzhardinge (The Grove), son of Col. T. H. Kingscote (O.K.), 
Kingscote Park, Wotton-under-Edge. Left 1853 1 . Capt. Rifle Bri- 
gade ; served in the Crimea ; lost his right hand at the attack on the 
Redan, Sept. 8th, 1855 ; of Furbough, Co. Galway ; Major Mayo 
Militia; J.P. Mayo. DIED May 9th, 1900. 

Knight, Charles Ernest (The Park), son of E. Knight, Esq., Chawton House, 
Alton. Left 1851 2 . Capt. 77th Regt. DIED of fever before Sebas- 
topol, Oct. 2nd, 1855. 

Lockhart, Allan Eliott- (H.B.), son of A. Eliott-Lockhart, Esq., M.P., of 
Borthwickbrae, Hawick, N.B. Left 1850 2 . Joined R.E. 1855 ; Capt. 
1862. DIED of yellow fever in Bermuda, Aug. 23rd, 1864. 

Mackintosh, Francesco Xavier (Druries), son of E. Mackintosh, Esq., British 
Consul in Mexico. Left 1850 2 . 

Meade, Hon. Robert Henry ( The Head Master's), son of Richard, 3rd Earl of 
Clanwilliam. Left 1852 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1860 ; 
entered Foreign Office, 1859; accompanied King Edward VII. when 
Prince of Wales on his tour in the East, 1862 ; Private Sec. to Earl 
Granville, 1864-6 and 1868-71; Assistant Under Sec. of State for the 
Colonies, 1871-92; Under Sec. 1892-7; G.C.B. DIED Jan. 8th, 1898. 

Pigou, Frederick Alexander Preston (H.B.), son of F. J. Pigou, Esq., Harrow. 
Left 1855 3 . King's Coll. London ; of Bignores, Dartford, Kent ; 
F.R.G.S. DIED June 13th, 1905. 

Rhodes, James Alfred (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Rhodes, 
Esq., Seale Lodge, Farnham. Left 1852 1 . Solicitor, 1858 ; Partner 
in Hardisty, Rhodes & Hardisty, London. DIED Oct. 27th, 1905. 

Royston, Charles Philip, Viscount (The Head Master's), son of Charles, 4th 
Earl of Hardwicke (O.H.). Left 1853 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 
1858; C.U. Cricket XI. 1857; joined llth Hussars, 1857; retired 
1861 ; served in the Indian Mutiny (medal) ; M.P. Cambs., 1865-73 ; 
Comptroller of the Household, 1866-8 ; succ. as 5th Earl, 1873 ; 
Master of the Buckhounds, 1874-80. DIED May 18th, 1897. 

Sneyd, William Debank (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. H. Sneyd, Leek, 
Staffs. Left 1852 3 . Solicitor, 1858 ; of 5, Berners Street, W. ; 
Lieut. Staffs. Yeomanry. DIED Oct. 26th, 1871. 

Steel, Henry William ( H.B. and The Grove),son of the Rev. T. H. Steel, Harrow. 

Monitor, 1858 ; Sayer Scholar, 1859 ; left 1859 2 . Caius Coll. Camb. ; 

Indian C.S. 1862-89;' Deputy Commr. 1st Class, Punjab. H. W. 

Steel, Esq., Talgarth Hall, Machynlleth, N. Wales. 
Webster, Alexander McCallum (H.B.), son of G. Webster, Esq., Roxeth 

Villa, Harrow. Left 1855 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1855-7 ; Madras C.S, 

1857 ; Magistrate and Collector of Koyambatur. DIED in India, 

Sept. 27th, 1879. 

Welch, Henry Thomas (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. T. R. Welch, The 
Palace, Chichester. Left 1852 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Leek Hall, 
Kirkby Lonsdale ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes, and Westmorland. DIED 
Aug. 2nd, 1906. 

Woodgate, Ashley Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of W. Woodgate, Esq., Sway- 
lands, Penshurst, Kent. Left 1852 2 . Capt. 60th Rifles ; served in 
the Indian Mutiny. DIED in India, May 13th, 1866. 

Woodgate, Hamilton (Mr. Warner's), brother of the above. Left 1854 3 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf. DIED Feb. 3rd, 1857. 

Wyatt, Robert (The Head Master's), son of H. Wyatt, Esq., Acton Hill, 
Staffs. Left 1852 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1857; M.A. 1860; 
Barrister, 1860 ; for many years Land Agent to Lord Lichfield in 
Staffs. DIED May 12th, 1886. 



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ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1850. 

Barclay, Charles (H.B. and Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Barclay, Esq. (O.K.), 

The Grove, Lower Tooting. Monitor, 1855 ; Cricket XL 1856-7 ; 

Football XL 1856; left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 

1865; C.U. Tennis Player (Singles and Doubles), 1860; Merchant; 

A.I.C.E. ; of Bayford Manor, Hertford ; J.P. Herts. DIED Jan. 2nd, 

1910. 
Chatfield, Charles Henry (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of C. Chatfield, Esq., Croy- 

don. Left 1851 2 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1858; Student of 

Lincoln's Inn, 1856. 

Curteis, Edward Barrett Hodges (The Grove), son of Major E. B. Curteis, 
Leasam House, Rye. Left 1851 1 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 
1862 ; in 96th Regt. and 9th Lancers ; of Leasam House ; J.P. 
Sussex. DIED 1886. 

Dawson, William (The Park), son of the Rev. H. Dawson (O.K.), Hopton 
Rectory, East Harling. Left 1854 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Law ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1863 ; Rector of St. John the Baptist, Clerken- 
well, 1870-93 ; Warden of Finsbury and E. London Church Polytechnic, 
1893-9; Hon. Assist. Priest St. Mary's, Loughton, Essex, 1893-1911. 
Rev. W. Dawson, Susancroft, Loughton, Essex. 

Egremont, Edward (Small Houses), son of the Rev. E. Egremont, Wroxeter, 
Shrewsbury. Left 1850 3 . DIED Jan. 23rd, 1857. 

Elliott, Charles Alfred (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. H. V. Elliott, 31, 
Brunswick Square, Brighton. Left 185 1 3 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Indian C.S. 1856 ; Indian Mutiny medal and mentioned in 
despatches; Sec. to Gov. of N.W. Provinces, 1870-5 ; Famine Commr. 
in Mysore, 1877 ; Sec. to Famine Commission, 1877-80 ; Imperial 
Census Commr. 1880 ; Chief Commr. of Assam, 1881-6 ; Pres. Finance 
Committee, 1886 ; Minister of Public Works and Member of Council, 
1887-90 ; Lieut.-Gov. of Bengal, 1890-5 ; retired 1895 ; M.L.S.B. 
(Tower Hamlets), 1896-1903, and of Education Committee of London 
C.C. 1904-6 ; C.S.I. 1878 ; K.C.S.I. 1887 ; LL.D. Edin. ; J.P. 
Surrey. DIED May 28th, 1911. 

Erskine, Henry David (Small Houses), son of J. Erskine, Esq., of Cardross, 
N.B. Left 1853 2 . Joined 30th Regt. 1854 ; transferred to Scots 
Fusilier Guards, 1855 ; served in Crimea, 1856 ; retired as Capt. 1861 ; 
Groom of the Robes to Queen Victoria, 1870-1901 ; Deputy Serjeant- 
at-Arms, 1875-85; Serjeant-at-Arms, 1885; Gentleman Usher to 
the Robes, 1901 ; C.V.O. 1901 ; K.C.V.O. 1911 ; J.P. and D.L. Perth 
and Stirling. Sir H. D. Erskine, K.C.V.O., Speaker's Court, Palace 
of Westminster, S.W., and Cardross, Perthshire. 

Feilden, Gilbert Streynsham (Mr. Middlemist' s), son of J. Feilden, Esq., 
Witton Park, Blackburn. Left 1853 1 . DIED 1879. 

Glendining, Sidney (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. Glendining, Esq., Ashgrove, 
Sevenoaks. Left 1850 3 . Late of Ashgrove. 

Gordon, Theodore (Mr. Warner's), son of T. Gordon, Esq., Roseau, Dominica. 
Left 1853 1 . 

Grissell, Leonard (Mr. Warner's), son of T. Grissell, Esq., Norbury Park, 
Dorking. DIED at home, Aug. 8th, 1851. 

Guest, Ivor Bertie ( The Head Master's), son of Sir J. J. Guest, 1st Bart. Left 
1851 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1856; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1852; 
created Baron Wimborne, 1880 ; Colliery Proprietor ; J.P. and D.L. 
Dorset (High Sheriff, 1870) ; J.P. Glamorgan (High Sheriff, 1859 and 
1862) ; D.L. Ross ; Mayor of Poole, 1897. Lord Wimborne, Wimborne 
House, Arlington Street, S.W. 



228 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1850 2 

Hawkins, Charles Halford (The Head Master's), son of Dr. F. Hawkins, 18, 
Bolton Street, W. Left 1855. Subsequently at Maryborough Coll. ; 
St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1869 ; for many years 
Assistant Master and Chaplain of Winchester Coll. DIED Dec. 28th, 
1900. 

Kennaway, John Henry (The Grove), son of Sir J. Kennaway, 2nd Bart. 
Monitor, 1855; left 1856 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Law and 
History; B.A. 1860; M.A. 1862; M.P. E. Devon, 1870-85; Devon 
(Honiton), 1885-1910 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1873 ; P.C. 1897 ; President 
C.M.S. ; Col. 4th (Terr.) Batt. Devon Regt. ; V.D. ; C.B. 1902. 
Right Hon. Sir John Kennaway, Bart., C.B., Escot, Ottery St. Mary. 

Kingsmill, William Howley (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Kingsmill, Esq. (O.H.), 
Sydmontori Court, ^Newbury. Left 1856 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; 
M.A. 1865 ; of Sydmonton Court; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High Sheriff, 
1875). DIED April 25th, 1894. 

Legh, Christopher (H.B.), son of the Rev. E. D. Legh (O.K.), St. Botolph's 
Rectory, E.C. Left 1855 2 . Of Blair Hill, Glen Innes, N.S.W. ; 
J.P. N.S.W. DIED Sept. 30th, 1878. 

Long, Edward Dudley ( H.B.), son of W. Long, Esq., Hurts Hall, Saxmundham. 
Left 1852 3 . DIED Oct. 31st, 1872. 

Luck, Charles Thomas (H.B.), son of the Rev. C. Luck, Ivy House, Harrow. 
Also at Eton ; left 1855 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; 
Barrister, 1864. DIED July 31st, 1879. 

Me Call, Robert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. McCall, Esq., of Daldowie, Broom- 
house, N.B. Monitor, 1854; Lyon Scholar, 1855; left 1855 2 Trin. 
Coll. Camb., 30th Wrangler ; B.A. 1859. DIED Feb. 12th, 1861. 

McCalmont, Hugh Barklie Blundell (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. T. McCal- 
mont, Highfield, Southampton. Left 1852 2 . London Univ. and Trin. 
Hall, Camb., B.A. 1860 ; Barrister, 1861. DIED June 24th, 1888. 

Massy, Hon. John Thomas William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Hugh, 4th Baron 
Massy. Left 1853 1 . Succ. as 6th Baron, 1874 ; Rep. Peer (I.), 1876 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Limerick and Leitrim. Lord Massy, Killakee, Rath- 
farnham, Dublin. 

Medlyeott, Mervyn Bradford (The Grove), son of Sir W. C. Medlycott (O.K.), 
2nd Bart. Left 1851. Entered R.N. ; retired as Rear-Adm. 1890 ; 
served in the Baltic Expedition, 1855 (medal), and in the expedition 
against pirates on the River Congo, 1875 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1902. 
DIED March 27th, 1908. 

Northey, Alfred Edward ( The Park), son of Col. W. B. Northey, Vine Lodge, 
Sevenoaks. Monitor, 1855 ; Cricket XI. 1856-7 ; left 1857 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1864; C.U. Cricket XI. 1859-60; 
Principal of Hockerill Training Coll. Bishop's Stortford, 1871-80; 
Vicar of Offley, Herts., 1881-4; of Rickmansworth, 1884-98; Chap- 
lain at Tangier, 1901-2. DIED Jan. 24th, 1911. 

Park, Alexander Waldegrave (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. A. Park, Esq. (O.K.), 
Merton Grove, Surrey. Cricket XI. 1853 ; left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Oxf. ; of 9, Collingham Road, S.W. DIED 1878. 

Pechell, Edward Rodney Cecil (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. S. G. Pechell, R.N., 
Bereleigh, Hants. Left 1851 2 . Wadham Coll. Oxf. ; Major 106th 
Regt. DIED Nov. llth, 1880. 

Plumer, Charles George (The Head Master's), son of T. H. Plumer, Esq., 
Canons Park, Edgware. Left 1852 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1854-6 ; 
Madras C.S. 1856-84; District and Session Judge of North Arcot, 
Judicial Commr. of Coorg, and Chief Judge of Mysore. C. G. Plumer, 
Esq., 4, Fauconberg Villas, Cheltenham. 



1850 2 -50 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 229 

Ponsonby, Frederick John (The Head Master's), son of the Hon. Sir F. C. 
Ponsonby, K.C.B., Hampton Court Palace. Left 1854 2 . Merton 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1862 ; O.TJ. Tennis Player (Singles and 
Doubles), 1859-60 ; Vicar of St. Mary Magdalene's, Munster Square, 
N.W., 1877-94 ; Rural Dean of St. Pancras. DIED Feb. 3rd, 1894. 

Prinsep, Henry Thoby (Druries), son of H. T. Prinsep, Esq., Director of the 
East India Co., Little Holland House, Kensington, W. Left 1852 1 . 
E.I.C.'s Coll. Haileybury, 1853-5 ; I.C.S. (Bengal), 1855-1904; served 
with troops in the Indian Mutiny (medal) ; Judge of High Court, 
Calcutta, 1878-1904; Knighted 1894; K.C.I.E. 1904. Sir H. T. 
Prinsep, K.C.I.E., 21, Hyde Park Gardens, W. 

Pritt, James (H.B.), son of Mrs. Pritt, Greenhill. Left 1851 1 . 

Ryder, Hon. Henry Dudley ( The Head Master's), son of Dudley, 2nd Earl of 
Harrowby. Left 185 1 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Partner in Coutts & Co., 
Bankers ; President of the Institute of Bankers ; succ. as 4th Earl, 
1900. DIED on board his yacht at Algiers, Dec. llth, 1900. 

Smith, Philip (The Grove), son of A. Smith, Esq. (O.H.), M.P., Woodhall Park, 

Ware. Left 1851 1 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 1855; Lieut.-Gen. 

1892; served in the Egyptian War, 1882 (present at Tel-el-Kebir ; 

medal with clasp) ; commanded Home District, 1889-92 ; C.B. ; J.P. 

Bucks. DIED Nov. 1st, 1894. 
Thornewill, Edward John (Mr. Warner's), son of E. Thornewill, Esq., Dove 

Cliff, Burton-on-Trent. Left 1853 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1858 ; 

C.U. Cricket XI. 1856 ; of Dove Cliff ; well known as an owner of 

racehorses. DIED at Algiers, March 22nd, 1901. 
Watney, James (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Watney, Esq., Mitcham, Surrey. 

Left 1853 3 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865; M.A. 1869; Vicar of 

Canwick, Lines., 1872-91. DIED March 31st, 1891. 
Webster, John (H.B. and The Park), son of G. Webster, Esq., Roxeth Villa, 

Harrow. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; Barrister, 1863. 
Weldon, William Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. 

Weldon, Esq., Bramley Hall, Yorks. Left 1853 2 . Late in 18th 

Hussars ; Windsor Herald, 1880-94 ; Registrar of the College of Arms, 

1886-94 ; Norroy King of Arms since 1894 ; C.V.O. 1902 ; F.S.A. 

William H. Weldon, Esq., C.V.O., College of Arms, E.G. 
Whiteford, Ferdinand Manger (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. C. Whiteford, Esq., 

Thornhill, Plymouth. Left 1852 2 . Solicitor, 1862 ; Barrister, 1872 ; 

author of "A Treatise on the Law relating to Charities." DIED 

April 23rd, 1881. 
Wickham, Thomas Vowler ( The Plead Master's), son of the Ven. Archdeacon 

R. Wickham, Gresford Vicarage, Wrexham. Left 1853 1 . Ch. Ch, 

Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1863 ; Vicar of Rossett, Salop, 1863-92. DIED 

Oct. 27th, 1892. 
Wigram, Oswald ( The Grove), son of E. Wigram, Esq., 2, Connaught Place, W. 

Left 1854 1 . Haileybury Coll. 1855. DIED at Haileybury, Nov. 8th, 

1855. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1850. 

Adderley, Mylles Bagnall Bowyer (Druries), son of R. Adderley, Esq., Bar- 
laston Hall, Stoke-on-Trent. Left 1852 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 
R.H.G. 1857 ; retired. 

Bampfylde, Hon. Augustus Frederick George Warwick (Small Houses), son of 
George, 1st Baron Poltimore (O.H.). Left 1854 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. 
as 2nd Baron, 1858 ; Treasurer of the Household, 1872-4 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Devon and Somerset; C.A. Devon; Major Devon Yeomanry. 
DIED May 3rd, 1908. 



230 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1850 3 

Bannatyne, Adam (The Grove), son of D. J. Bannatyne, Esq., 55, West George 
Street, Glasgow. Left 1852 3 . 

Bothamley, Hilton (The Head Master's), son of T. H. Bothamley, Esq., 
Champion Hill, Camberwell, Surrey. Monitor, 1854 ; Head of the 
School, 1855 ; left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 1st Class Theological 
Exam. ; winner of the Scholefield and Carus Prizes and the Crosse 
Theological Scholarship ; B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1863 ; Rector of Peper 
Harow, Surrey, 1873-9; Curate, 1880-1, and Vicar of St. Stephen's, 
Lansdown, Bath, 1881-1909 ; Prebendary of Wells, 1892 ; Archdeacon 
of Bath, 1895-1909. Rev. Prebendary Bothamley, Richmond Lodge, 
Bath. 

Bramston, Henry (The Park), son of T. W. Bramston, Esq., M.P., Skreens, 
Chelmsford. Left 1853 2 . C.C.C. Oxf. DIED Dec. 1890. 

Brownlow, Francis (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Brownlow, 
Esq. (O.H.), Knapton House, Queen's Co. Left 1852 2 . Joined 72nd 
Highlanders, 1854 ; served in the Crimea (present at the siege of 
Sebastopol, and accompanied the expedition to Kertch ; medal with 
clasp and Turkish medal) ; served in Central India during the Mutiny 
(present with the leading column of assault at the siege and capture 
of Kotah, 1858 ; medal and clasp) ; commanded the 72nd Highlanders 
throughout the Afghan War, 1878-80, including the storming of the 
Peiwar Kotal, the battle of Charasia, the actions round Cabul, the 
defence of Sherpur, and the march from Cabul to Candahar (mentioned 
in despatches ; medal with 4 clasps and bronze star) ; C.B. KILLED 
at the head of his regiment at Mazra, during the battle of Candahar, 
Sept. 1st, 1880. 

Buller, Frederick Charles (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of E. Buller, Esq., afterwards 
Sir E. Manningham-Buller, 1st Bart. Left 1854 2 . Joined Coldstream 
Guards, 1855 ; Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 1870 ; assumed the name of 
Manningham-Buller, 1866. DIED Jan. 9th, 1884. 

Buxton, Thomas Fowell (Small Houses), son of Sir E. N. Buxton, 2nd Bart., of 

Bellfield, Dorset. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1859 ; succ. 

as 3rd Bart. 1858 ; formerly partner in Truman, Hanbury & Co., 

Brewers ; M.P. Lynn, 1865-8 ; Governor of S. Australia, 1895-8 ; J.P. 

and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1875) and Essex ; late Verderer of 

Epping Forest ; K.C.M.G. 1895 ; G.C.M.G. 1899. Sir T. F. Buxton, 

Bart., G.C.M.G., Warlies, Waltham Abbey. 
Clayton, Edward Chapman (H.B.), son of W. C. Clayton, Esq., Bradford 

Abbas, Sherborne, Dorset. Previously at Radley ; left 1855 3 . Univ. 

Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; late Capt. Bucks. Yeomanry. E. C. Clayton, 

Esq., Cottesmore Grange, Oakham. 
Clayton, William Clayton ( H. B.), brother of the above. Cricket XT. 1857-58 ; 

first Capt. of Football XT. ; Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1858 2 . 

Joined 84th Regt. ; subsequently Capt. 9th Lancers. KILLED whilst 

playing polo at Delhi, India, Dec. 25th, 1876. The Clayton Scholarship 

at Harrow was founded in his memory. 
Copeland, Edward Capper (Mr. Warner's), son of W. T. Copeland, Esq., M.P., 

Stoke-on-Trent. Left 1852 3 . China and Earthenware Manufacturer ; 

Partner in W. T. Copeland & Sons. DIED May 25th, 1875. 
Darroch, Duncan (The Park), son of Major D. Darroch, of Gourock, Renfrew- 
shire. Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; C.U. VIII. 1858-9 ; 

of Gourock, Renfrew, and Torridon, Ross-shire ; J.P. Renfrew and 

Ross-shire. DIED June 10th, 1910. 
Dawkins, Edward Henry Frederick (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. E. H. 

Dawkins, Moggerhanger House, Beds. Left 1851 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 

late of Moggerhanger House ; J.P. Beds. (High Sheriff, 1871). E. H. F. 

Dawkins, Esq., Guilsborough Grange, Northampton. 



1850 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 231 

Dawson, Frederick (The Park), son of the Rev. H. Dawson (O.IL), Hopton 
Rectory, East Harling. Left 1850 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860 ; 
joined 106th Regt. ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1883 ; of Tilbury Court, 
Halstead, Essex ; J.P. Essex. DIED March 20th, 1904. 

Elwes, John Emilius (Mr. Warner's), son of J. M. Elwes, Esq. (O.H.), Bossing- 
ton, Stockbridge. Left 1851 3 . Joined 7th Fusiliers, 1854 ; retired 
1860 ; served in the Crimea and Indian Mutiny. DIED Jan. 16th, 1865. 

Erskine, James Elphinstone (Small Houses), son of J. Erskine, Esq., of Card- 
ross, N.B. Left 1852 2 . Entered R.N. 1852 ; Admiral of the Fleet, 
1902 ; Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 1884-6 ; Lord of the Admiralty, 
1886 ; Principal Naval A.D.C. to King Edward VII. 1901-2 ; K.C.B. 
1897; J.P. and D.L. Peebles. Admiral Sir J. E. Erskine, K.C.B. , 
Venlaw, Peebles, N.B. 

Gosling, Ellis (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Gosling, Esq., Hassobury, Bishop's 
Stortford. Left 1852 2 . Of Busbridge Hall, Godalming. DIED 1861. 

Hall, Charles (Druries), son of the Rev. C. Hall, Terrington Rectory, York. 
Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 1st Dragoons, 1858 ; Capt. 
1862. 

Harrison, Egerton Bartlett (Druries), son of B. Harrison, Esq., Blackheath 
Park, S.E. Left 1855 1 . Caius Coll. Camb. ; no profession. E. B. 
Harrison, Esq., 2, Whitehall Court, S.W. 

Harrison, Richard (Mr. Warner's}, son of the Rev. B. J. Harrison, Beaumont 
Rectory, Essex. Football XI. 1854; left 1855 1 . Joined R.E. 1855; 
retired as Gen. 1904 ; served in the Crimea and Indian Mutiny (present 
at siege of Lucknow, Oude, and Rohilcund, and Trans-Gogra cam- 
paigns) and in China War, 1859-60 (present at capture of Taku Forts 
and Pekin) ; A.Q.M.G. in Zulu War (present at battle of Ulundi) and 
afterwards commanded the troops in the Transvaal during the Seku- 
kuni War and Boer disturbances, 1879-80 ; A.A.G. in Egyptian War, 
1882 (present at Tel-el-Kebir) ; with Nile Expedition, 1884-5 ; has 
4 medals and 5 clasps ; Gov. R.M.A. Woolwich, 1889-90 ; in com- 
mand of W. District, 1890-5 ; Quartermaster-Gen, of the Forces, 
1897-8; Inspector-Gen, of Fortifications, 1898-1903; C.B. 1879; 
C.M.G. 1882; K.C.B. 1889; G.C.B. 1903 ; 3rd class Osmanieh. Gen. 
Sir R. Harrison, G.G.B., Ashton Manor, Dunsford, Exeter. 

Hasell, Williams (Mr. Warner's), son of E. W. Hasell, Esq. (O.K.), Dalemain, 
Penrith. Left 1853 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; Chairman of a 
Railway Co. in the North of England. DIED March 7th, 1870. 

Herbert, Hon. Alan Percy Harty Molyneux ( The Grove), son of Henry, 3rd Earl 
of Carnarvon. Left 1853 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.D. of Paris, where ho 
resided ; Consulting Physician to Hertford British Hospital, Paris. 
DIED in Paris, March 8th, 1907. 

Hewlett, Archer Rotch (H.B.), son of T. Hewlett, Esq., F.R.C.S., Surgeon to 
Harrow School. Monitor, 1856 ; left 1856 2 . Consular Service, China, 
1858-85 ; Consul at Canton, 1880-5. DIED Feb. 9th, 1902. 

Hewlett, Richard Whitfield (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1855 2 , 
L.R.C.P. and M.R.C.S. ; Master of Surgery ; Physician to English, 
and American Hospitals, Naples. DIED at Naples, July 21st, 1871. 

Horsfall, Thomas Marsh (Small Houses), son of T. B. Horsfall, Esq., M.P., 
Bellamour Hall, Rugeley. Left 1852 3 . Joined 15th Hussars ; retired > 
and went out to America. 



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Humphreys, Arthur Charles (H.B.), son of E. Humphreys, Esq., Roxeth 
Cottage, Harrow. Monitor, 1855 ; left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1865 ; Examiner for Law Tripos, 1867-8 and 1871-2 ; 
Barrister, 1864 ; of Glansevern, Co. Montgomery ; M.P. Co. Mont- 
gomery, 1894-1905 ; J.P., D.L., Chairman of C.C., and Deputy Chair- 
man of Quarter Sessions, Montgomery ; Director of Cambrian Railway ; 
Chairman of Central Welsh Board for Intermediate Education ; assumed 
the additional name of Owen, 1876. DIED Dec. 9th, 1905. 

Hutehinson, John Hely- (Mr. Pears'), son of Capt. the Hon. C. Hely-Hutchin- 
son, R.N., Dorset House, Clifton. Left 1853 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 
J.P. and D.L. Dublin (High Sheriff, 1872). J. Hely- Hutehinson, Esq., 
Seafield, Donabate, Co. Dublin. 

Lefroy, Thomas Langlois Hugh (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of Judge T. P. Lefroy, 
Carriglas Manor, Longford. Left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Dublin, First 
Honours in Classics, Honours in Science and Logic and various pre- 
miums, First Moderatorship and Gold Medal on taking Degree in 
Law, History, English Literature, and Political Economy ; B.A. 1859 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; Barrister (I.), 1863 ; Registrar to the Lord Chief Justice 
of Ireland ; of Carriglas Manor ; J.P. and D.L. Longford (High 
Sheriff, 1892). DIED Nov. 29th, 1902. 

Maxwell, John Heron-, son of the Rev. M. Heron-Maxwell (O.H.), of Heron, 
Kirkcudbrightshire. Left 1851 3 . Joined 1st Dragoons, 1855 ; retired 
as Capt. 1868 ; of Heron ; M.P. Kirkcudbright, 1880-5 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Kirkcudbright and Wigtown ; assumed the name of Maxwell- 
Heron, 1860. DIED Jan. 26th, 1899. 

Mlrehouse, Henry John (Druries), son of the Rev. T. H. Mirehouse (O.H.), 
St. George's Hill, Bristol. Left 1854 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1858; of St. George's Hill; J.P. Somerset; Capt. N. Somerset 
Yeomanry. DIED June 18th, 1905. 

Nightingale, Frederick Charles (The Park), son of G. Nightingale, Esq., 
Norbiton House, Kingston. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1858 ; Solicitor, 1862 ; practising in London. F. C. Nightingale, 
Esq., The Lynch, Clifton Road, Wimbledon. 

Pearse, Henry Thornton (Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Pearse, Esq., Digswell 
House, Welwyn. Left 1856 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1863 ; 
Rector of Litchfield, Hants., 1865 72 ; of Larling, Norfolk, 1872-87 ; 
J.P. Norfolk. DIED Feb. 25th, 1908. 

Plumptre, Charles John (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. C. T. Plumptre, 
Wickhambreux, Wingham, Kent. Left 1854 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1858 ; M.A. 1865 ; Banker ; of Fredville, Wingham, Kent ; J.P. and 
D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 1877) ; Lieut.-Col. Kent R.V. ; V.D. DIED 
Jan. 4th, 1905. 

Rawlinson, George Romney (The Park), son of J. J. Rawlinson, Esq., Gray- 
thwaite, Ulverston. Left 1855 1 . Joined 3rd Dragoon Guards, 1856 ; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. ; of Graythwaite. DIED 1880. 

St. John, John Henry Herbert ( The Head Master's), son of W. H. St. John, 
Esq., Boulogne, France. Left 1851 3 . St. John's Coll. Oxf. 

Sikes, John Churchill ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. T. Sikes, Luton 
Vicarage, Beds. Left 1854 1 . Solicitor (Certificate of Honour), 1860 ; 
Scholar of Queens' Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863; LL.M. 1874; ordained 
1864; held various Curacies, 1864-85. DIED 1904. 

Stanley, Hon. John Constantine (The Head Master's), son of Edward, 2nd 
Baron Stanley of Alderley. Left 1851 3 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 
1854 ; Lieut.-Col. 1863 ; served in the Crimea (medal with clasp for 
Sebastopol and Turkish medal) ; A.D.C. to Earl Canning, Gov.-Gen. 
of India, 1857-62. DIED April 23rd, 1878. 



1850 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 233 

Steel, Edward Harris (H. B. and The Grove), son of the Rev. T. H. Steel, Harrow. 
Left 1855 3 . Col. R.A. ; in the Indian Revenue Survey. DIED in 
India 1890. 

Sumner, Arthur Holme- ( The Head Master's), son of Col. W. Holme-Sumner, 
Hatchlands, Guildford. Left 1854 2 . Of Hatchlands ; J.P. Surrey ; 
Capt. Surrey Militia. DIED at Malta, Aug. 15th, 1895. 

Thursby, Richard Hasell (The Grove), son of the Rev. W. Thursby (O.H.), 
Ormerod House, Burnley. Left 1850 3 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 
1855; retired as Lieut.-Col. DIED April 5th, 1885. 

Tollemache, Lionel Arthur (Small Houses), son of J. Tollemache, Esq., M.P., 
1st Baron Tollemache, 1876. Monitor, 1855 ; left 1856 1 . Scholar of 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics and Hon. Class Math. ; B.A. 1860 ; 
M.A. 1863 ; author of " Safe Studies," " Stones of Stumbling," 
" Benjamin Jowett : a Personal Memoir," " Talks with Mr. Gladstone," 
"Old and Odd Memories," etc. Hon. L. A. Tollemache, Dunrozel, 
Farnham Lane, Haslemere. 

Tracy, Sudeley Charles George Hanbury- (The Park), son of the Hon. T. C. 
Hanbury-Tracy, 2nd Baron Sudeley, 1858. Left 1852 2 . Joined 
Grenadier Guards ; retired as Capt. 1863 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1863 ; 
Lord-Lieut, of Montgomery. DIED April 27th, 1877. 

Verney, Edmund Hope (The Head Master's), son of the Right Hon. Sir H. 
Verney (O.K.), 2nd Bart. Left 1851 1 . Entered R.N. 1851 ; retired 
as Capt. ; served in the Crimea (medal with clasp and Turkish medal) 
and Indian Mutiny (mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp) ; 
M.P. N. Bucks. 1885-6 and 1889-91 ; Member L.C.C. (Brixton), 1889- 
91 ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1894 ; F.R.G.S. ; F.R.H.S. ; F.R.M.S. DIED 
May 8th, 1910. 

Walker, Vyell Edward (Mr. Oxenham's), son of I. Walker, Esq., Southgate, 
Middlesex. Cricket and Football XI. 1853-4 ; Winner of Champion 
Racket ; left 1854 3 . Partner in Taylor & Walker, Brewers, Lime- 
house ; of Arnos Grove, Southgate ; for many years Capt. of Middle- 
sex County Cricket XI. and of the Gentlemen v. Players ; Pres. M.C.C. 
1891 ; J.P. and D.L. Middlesex. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1906. 

Waller, George Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir T. W. 
Waller (O.K.), 2nd Bart. Left 1851 2 . Joined 7th Fusiliers, 1854; 
Major-Gen. 1886 ; served in the Crimea (present at the capture of the 
Quarries and the assault on the Redan ; twice wounded ; medal with 
clasp, Legion of Honour, and Turkish medal) ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1892. 
DIED Feb. 9th, 1892. 

White, Francis Samuel (Druries), son of Col. H. White, M.P., 1st Baron Annaly, 
1863. Left 1853 2 . DROWNED by the upsetting of a boat on Lough 
Gowna, Longford, April 3rd, 1855. 

Wodehouse, Philip John (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. P. Wodehouse (O.K.), 
Wribbenhall, Bewdley. Monitor, 1854 ; Sayer Scholar, 1855 ; left 
1855 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., 8th Wrangler ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1862 ; 
Fellow of Caius Coll. ; Vicar of St. Margaret's, Lynn, 1866-71 ; Man- 
chester Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 1871-5 ; Rector of Bratton 
Fleming, Devon, 1875; Prebendary of Exeter. Rev. Prebendary 
Wodehouse, Bratton Fleming Rectory, Barnstaple. 

Wyndham, George Hugh (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenharris), son of Col. C. 
Wyndham, Rogate Lodge, Petersfield. Left 1853 1 . Exeter Coll. 
Oxf. ; entered Diplomatic Service, 1857 ; 3rd Sec. 1863 ; 2nd Sec. 
1868 ; Sec. of Legation, 1875 ; Minister to Servia, 1885-8 ; to Brazil, 
1888-94 ; to Roumania, 1894-7 ; retired 1897 ; C.B. 1878 ; K.C.M.G. 
1894: J.P. Sussex. Sir G. H. Wyndham, K.C.M.G., as above. 



234 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1851 1 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1851. 

Bailey, Charles Frederick (Druries), son of C. Bailey, Esq., Lee Abbey, Lynton, 
N. Devon. Left 1853 1 . J.P. and D.L. Devon. C. F. Bailey, Esq., 
as above. 

Barclay, Robert (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of A. K. Barclay, Esq. 
(O.K.), Bury Hill, Dorking. Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1859 ; M.A. 1862 ; Partner in Barclay, Perkins & Co., Brewers ; J.P. 
and D.L. Surrey (High Sheriff, 1878). R. Barclay, Esq., as above. 

Birch, Frederick Macdonald (Mr. Warner's), son of Lieut.-Gen. Sir R. J. H. 
Birch, K.C.B. Left 1853 2 . Joined Bengal Army, 1854 ; Major-Gen. 
1894 ; served in Indian Mutiny and on the Punjab Frontier (2 medals 
and 2 clasps) ; A.D.C. to Sir J. Inglis at the defence of Lucknow ; 
subsequently in the Punjab Commission ; J.P. London. DIED 
July 1st, 1901. 

Brodriek, Henry ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. J. Brodrick, 7th 
Viscount Midleton, 1863. Left 1852 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; in 60th 
Rifles. DIED Oct. 31st, 1877. 

Browne, Cornwallis Wade (Mr. Warner's), son of W. Browne, Esq., Monkton 
Farleigh, Bath. Left 1854 2 . In the Foreign Office. DIED before 
1870. 

Carleton, William Frederick (The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Carleton, 
Sydenham Hill, S.E. Left 1854 3 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1 855 ; retired 
as Major ; served in the Indian Mutiny (medal). DIED 1887. 

Clark, Perceval (Small Houses), son of J. N. Clark, Esq., 26, Tavistock Square, 
W.C. Left 1855 1 . Worcester Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1868; 
joined 9th Lancers, 1861 ; retired as Capt. 1867 ; has assumed the 
name of Perceval-Clark. Capt. P. Perceval- Clark, York Cottage, 
Esher. 

Corry, Armar Henry Lowry- (Mr. Warner's), son of the Right Hon. H. T. 
Lowry-Corry, M.P. Left 1854 3 . Clerk in Foreign Office, 1857-72 ; 
Sec. to Marquis of Bath's Special Mission to Vienna, 1867. DIED 
Sept. 9th, 1893. 

Dempster, George Hawkins- (The Park), son of J. W. Hawkins-Dempster, 
Esq., of Skibo Castle, Sutherlandshire. Left 185 1 3 . Of Dunnichen, 
Forfar ; J.P. and D.L. Forfar ; Lieut.-Col. Forfar R.V. DIED 1875. 

Edgcumbe, Hon. Charles Ernest ( The Head Master's), son of Ernest, 3rd Earl 
of Mount Edgcumbe (O.K.). Left 1853 1 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 
1856 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1871 ; Private Sec. to Sir J. Fergusson, 
Governor of S. Australia, 1868-73 ; Col. 6th (Spec. Res.) Batt. Royal 
Fusiliers ; J.P. Cornwall and Devon ; Director of the G.W.R. 
Col. the Hon. C. E. Edgcumbe, 23, Down Street, Piccadilly, W. 

Ellis, Walter (The Park), son of T. F. Ellis, Esq., 15, Bedford Place, W.C. 
Monitor, 1855 ; left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; for some 
years engaged in commercial and educational work in India. DIED 
in New Zealand, Aug. 29th, 1875. 

Fearon, Francis (Druries), son of J. P. Fearon, Esq., 1, Cumberland Place, 
Regent's Park, N.W. Monitor, 1855 ; left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1862 ; Solicitor, 1863. -F 7 . Fearon, Esq., 87, Black- 
heath Hill, S.E. 

Gilliat, Algernon (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. K. Gilliat, Esq., Clapham Com- 
mon, S.W. Left 1853 3 . Merchant and American Banker. A. 
Gilliat, Esq., Duffield, Stoke Poges, Slough. 

Hill, Hon. Geoffrey Richard Clegg- (Small Houses), son of Rowland, 2nd 
Viscount Hill (O.K.). Left 1854 2 . Joined R.H.G. ; retired as Capt. 
1864 ; J.P. and D.L. Salop. DIED May 4th, 189L 



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Hone, Evelyn Joseph (The Grove), son of the Ven. Archdeacon R. B. Hone, 
Halesowen Rectory, Worcs. Monitor, 1854 ; left 1856 2 . Scholar of 
Wadham Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods. ; B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1862 ; In- 
cumbent of Wentworth, Yorks., 1865-7 ; Warden of the Coll. Hall, St. 
Andrews, N.B., 1867-9; Chaplain King's Coll. London, 1869-70; 
Warden of Church of England Hall, Owens Coll. Manchester, 1870-4 ; 
Rector of West Allington, Lines., 1874-9 ; Vicar of Bursledon, Hants, 
1879-85: of St. John's, Deptford, 1885-95 ; Rector of Esher, Surrey, 
1895. DIED June 23rd, 1908. 

Leighton, Stanley (The Head Master's), son of Sir B. Leighton, 7th Bart. 
Left 1854 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1864 ; Barrister, 1861 ; 
of Sweeney Hall, Oswestry ; M.P. N. Salop, 1876-85 ; Salop (Oswestry), 
1886-1901 ; Member of House of Laymen ; J.P. and D.L. Salop ; J.P. 
Co. Montgomery ; Gov. of Shrewsbury School ; F.S.A. DIED May 4th, 
1901. 

Lewin, Martin (Druries), son of R. H. Lewin, Esq., Chilton House, Hunger- 
ford. Left 1852 3 . 

Martyn, Charles John (Mr. Middlemisfs], son of the Rev. C. Martyn, Palgrave 
Rectory, Suffolk. Left 1854 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
Rector of Long Melford, Suffolk, 1869-92 ; of Daglingworth, Glos., 
1892-1901 ; Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria ; Grand Chaplain 
of the Freemasons of England ; Chaplain of the Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem. DIED Jan. 9th, 1901. 

Mayne, John Tennant (Small Houses], nephew of R. Mayne, Esq., Edinburgh. 
Left 1852 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb. ; Member of the Inland Revenue 
Board, Madras, and Organist and Choirmaster of Madras Cathedral ; 
author of " Short Notes of Tours in America and India," 1869. DIED 
in India, Aug. 1st, 1875. 

Pares, William (The Head Master's), son of T. Pares, Esq., Hopwell Hall, 
Derby. Left 185 1 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb. DIED June 10th, 1870. 

Parker, Frederick Searle (Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Parker, Esq., 17, Bedford 
Row, W.C. Left 1853 3 . Settled in U.S.A. DIED there, Aug. 1898. 

Parker, Harry Rainy (The Grove), son of Vice-Chancellor Sir J. Parker, 
Rothley Temple, Loughborough. Left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of 
Rothley Temple ; J.P. Leics. ; has settled in New Zealand. H. R. 
Parker, Esq., Little Roderick, Kurow, Canterbury, N.Z. 

Pears, James Moyle (Small Houses and Mr. Pears'), son of Capt. Pears, 
Madras. Left 1854 2 . Land Surveyor ; late of Queanbeyan, N.S.W. 

Pulteney, John Granville Beaumont (Druries), son of Capt. J. A. Pulteney 
(O.H.), Northerwood, Lyndhurst. Left 1854 2 . Of Northerwood. 
DIED June 29th, 1875. 

Sawyer, Duncombe Herbert (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. 
Sawyer, Esq., Blendworth House, Horndean, Hants. Left 1855 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1862 ; Rector of Hammoon, 
Dorset, 1884. Rev. D. H. Sawyer, Hammoon Rectory, Blandford, 
Dorset. 

Short, John Baring (The Park), son of F. B. Short, Esq., Bickham, Exeter. 
Left 1852 1 . Of Hudscott, N. Devon. DIED Dec. 10th, 1880. 

Smith, Drummond Spencer (Mr. Oxenham'e), son of S. Smith, Esq. (O.H.) 
Brooklands, Southampton. Monitor, 1855 ; left 1856 1 . Balliol Coll' 
Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1863 ; Barrister, 1863. DIED Nov. 3rd, 1874'. 

Steavenson, Robert (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. Steavenson, Esq., Ryton-on- 
Tyne. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; Rector of Newton- 
hall, Northumberland, 1876-85 ; Vicar of Wroxeter, Salop, 1885. 
Rev. R. Steavenson, Wroxeter, Salop. 



236 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Stuart, Henry John Richard Villiers- (Small Houses), son of Col. W. Villiers- 
Stuart, Castletown, Carrick-on-Suir. Left 1854 2 . Late Capt. 68th 
Regt. ; Lieut.-Col. (retired) Waterford Artillery Militia ; J.P. Tip- 
perary and Waterford ; J.P. and D.L. Kilkenny (High Sheriff, 1887). 
H. J. R. Villiers-Stuart, Esq., Castlane, Carrick-on-Suir. 

Thurlow, Charles Augustus Lethbridge (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. C. A. 
Thurlow, Malpas Rectory, Cheshire. Left 185 1 2 ; of Sunnyside, 
Walhampton, Lymington, Hants. DIED Jan. 18th, 1909. 

Williams, Joshua Strange ( The Head Master's), son of J. Williams, Esq., Q.C., 
7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Left 1855 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 1st 
Class Law Tripos and Chancellor's Medal for Legal Studies ; Junior 
Optime ; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862; LL.M. 1868; Barrister, 1859; 
Registrar-Gen, of Land for the Colony of New Zealand, 1872-5 ; 
Judge of the Supreme Court, N.Z., 1875; Knight Bachelor, 1911. 
Hon. Mr. Justice Williams, Dunedin, N.Z. 

Wood, Charles William (H.B.), son of T. Wood, Esq., Harrow. Left 1855 3 . 
For many years Head Master of Ashbourne House Preparatory School, 
, Harrow ; subsequently of Herga, Bexhill-on-Sea. DIED Nov. 8th, 
1904. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1851. 

Allen, Edward Ho worth (Mr. Warner's), son of C. W. Allen, Esq., The Moor; 

Kington, Hereford. Monitor, 1854; left 1855 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 

B.A. 1860; M.A. 1864; Barrister, 1862; assumed the name of 

Greenly, 1865; J.P. and D.L. Hereford (High Sheriff, 1881); J.P. 

Breconshire. E. H. Greenly, Esq., Titley Court, Hereford. 
Arkwright, Henry (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. H. Arkwright, Esq., Hampton 

Court, Leominster. Monitor, 1856 ; Cricket XI. 1855-7 ; Capt. 1857 ; 

left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; C.U. Cricket XL 1858 ; played for 

Gentlemen v. Players, 1862 and 1864; in 84th Regt.; A.D.C. to 

Lord-Lieut, of Ireland. LOST in an avalanche on Mont Blanc, Oct. 13th, 

1866. His body was recovered, Aug. 22nd, 1897. 
Baily, Walter (The Grove), son of J. Baily, Esq., Q.C., 54, Westbourne 

Terrace, W. Left 1854 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb., 2nd Wrangler and 

2nd Smith's Prizeman ; B.A. I860 ; M.A. 1863 ; Fellow of St. John's 

Coll. 1861; Barrister, 1862; H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1870-90; 

Vice-Pres. Physical Society of London, 1890-5. W. Baily, Esq., 4, 

Eosslyn Hill, Hampstead, N.W. 
Barnes, Keith Henry (Mr. Middlemist's), son of K. Barnes, Esq., 8, Upper 

Portland Place, W. Left 1854 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 

1865; Rector of Cattistock, Dorset, 1863-75; of St. Catherine's, 

Horndean, Hants. DIED at Boulogne, April 18th, 1902. 
Bathurst, Charles (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. W. H. Bathurst, Lydney 

Park, Glos. Left 1855 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1865; 

Barrister, 1863 ; of Lydney Park, ; J.P. Glos. DIED March 22nd, 

1907. 
Beaumont, Thomas Richard ( The Park), son of H. R. Beaumont, Esq., Whitley 

Beaumont, Huddersfield. Left 1852 3 . Mining Expert ; practised in 

America, 1867-97 ; afterwards in Western Australia ; J.P. Lanes. 
Beddome, Thomas William (Mr. Warner's), son of R. B. Beddome, Esq., 

Clapham Common, Surrey. Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED at 

Bellagio, July 1863. 
Blanchard, Arthur Vivian ( The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Blanchard, Fairlee, 

Bideford. Left 1853 1 . 
Causton, Thomas Lilford Neill (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. T. H. Causton 

(O.H.), Highgate. Left 1852 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859; 

M.A. 1862 ; Vicar of St. Matthew's, Croydon, 1866-96. DIED 1899. 



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Chaplin, Percy (The Grove), son of W. J. Chaplin, Esq., M.P., Ewhurst Park, 
Basingstoke. Left 1855 1 . Joined 51st Regt. 1855 ; transferred to 
60th Rifles ; retired as Capt. 1865 ; of Chavenage, Tetbury ; J.P. 
Glos. ; Major Glos. Yeomanry. DIED Oct. 27th, 1891. 

Church, William Selby (The Park), son of J. Church, Esq., Woodside, Hat- 
field. Cricket XI. 1853-6; Capt. 1856, but resigned owing to ill 
health ; left 1856 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Natural Science ; B.A. 
1860 ; Student of Ch. Ch. 1860-9 ; M.A. 1862 ; M.B. 1864 ; M.D. 
1868; F.R.C.P. 1870; Censor, 1890-2; Pres. 1899-1905; Hon. Fellow 
Univ. ^Coll. Oxf. ; has been Dr. Lee's Reader in Anatomy at Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., Physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Rep. Oxf. Univ. 
in General Medical Council, etc. ; Commr. to inquire as to the treat- 
ment of the sick and wounded in S. Africa, 1900 ; created a Bart. 
1901 ; K.C.B. 1902 ; D.Sc. Oxon. ; J.P. Herts. Sir W. S. Church, 
Bart., K.C.B., M.D., 130, Barley Street, W., and Woodrich, Hatfield, 
Herts. 

Clive, Edward Henry (Druries), son of G. Clive, Esq. (O.H.), Perrystone Court, 
Hereford. Left 1854 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1854; transferred to 
Grenadier Guards, 1854 ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1880-5 ; retired 
as Gen. 1898 ; served in the Crimea ; Commandant Staff Coll. 1885-8 ; 
Governor R.M.C. Sandhurst, 1888-93; Col. Liverpool Regt. ; M.P. 
Hereford, 1869-71 ; J.P. and D.L. Hereford and Mayo. Gen. E. H. 
Clive, 25, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 

Crosse, Hugh Banastre (The Park), son of T. B. Crosse, Esq., Shaw Hill, 
Chorley, Lanes. Monitor, 1856 ; left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1861 ; for some time in Australia. H. B. Crosse, Esq., United 
University Club, S.W. 

Entwistle, Whim (The Head Master's), son of W. Entwistle, Esq., Rusholme 
House, Manchester. Left 1852 2 . Afterwards at Eton ; Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; in R.H.G. DIED Aug. 27th, 1860. 

Fitzpatrick, Heremon Joseph Persse (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son 
of P. P. Fitzpatrick, Esq., Fitzleet House, Bognor. Left 1854 1 . In 
5th Dragoon Guards. 

Greenaway, William McKellar (Small Houses and Mr. Warner's), son of Mrs. 
Greenaway, Church End, Finchley. Left 1853 3 . Late in business at 
Calcutta. 

Gunter, John (Small Houses and The Park), son of J. Gunter, Esq., Cole Hill 
House, Fulham. Left 1853 3 . Resided at Harburg, Hanover. DIED 
there, 1897. 

Henshaw, Clinton Frazer (Druries), son of F. B. Henshaw, Esq., 108, West- 
bourne Terrace, W. Left 1853 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1855 ; retired 
as Capt. 1864. DIED May 12th, 1908. 

Howard, Henry, Lord ( The Grove), son of Henry, 2nd Earl of Effingham (O.H.). 
Left 1854 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1889. DIED May 4th, 
1898. 

Lee, Philip Henry (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. P. H. Lee, Stoke 
Bruern, Towcester. Left 1852 2 . Afterwards at Rugby ; Brasenose 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; no profession. DIED Oct. 28th, 1886. 

Legh, Henry Edmund (H.B.), son of the Rev. E. D. Legh (O.K.), St. Botolph's 
Rectory, E.C. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1858 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1863; M.A. 1867; Vicar of Leigh, Reigate, 1874-8; Diocesan Or- 
ganising Sec. of Church of England Temperance Society, 1882-7 ; 
Vicar of Steeple Stansgate, Essex, 1890-4 ; Rector of St. Nicholas', 
Colchester, 1894-1902; of Bishop's Caundle, Dorset, 1902. Rev. 
H. E. Legh, Bishop's Caundle Rectory, Sherborne. 



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Leigh, Hon. James Wentworth (Mr. Oxenh-am's), son of Chandos, 1st Baron 
Leigh (O.K.). Left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1860 ; D.D. 1896 ; 
Vicar of Stoneleigh, Warwicks., 1864-71 ; of Leamington, 1877-83 ; 
Rector of St. Mary's, Bryaristoii Square, 1883-94 ; Dean of Hereford, 
1894. Very Rev. Dean Leigh, The Deanery, Hereford. 

Marshall, Julian (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. Marshall, Esq., M.P., Leeds. 
Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1854 3 . For six years in business in 
Leeds ; afterwards devoted himself to literature, music, and other 
arts ; expert in prints, etchings, etc. ; author of " Annals of Tennis " 
and other works. DIED Nov. 21st, 1903. 

Martin, Richard Biddulph (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Martin, Esq., Over- 
bury Court, Tewkesbury. Left 1856 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; 
M.A. 1862 ; Banker ; Chairman of Martin's Bank ; M.P. Tewkesbury, 
1880-5 ; Worcs. (Droitwich), 1892-1906 ; created a Baronet, 1905 ; 
Pres. of the Institute of Bankers, 1883-5 ; Fellow and Treasurer Stat. 
Soc. ; F.R.G.S. ; J.P. Kent, Worcs., and Glos. ; D.L. London ; an 
Hon. Sec. of the Metropolitan Hospital Sunday Fund since its com- 
mencement. Sir R. B. Martin, Bart., as above, and 10, Hill Street, 
Mayfair, W. 

Merivale, Herman Charles ( The Head Master's), son of H. Merivale, Esq. (O.H.) 
26, Westbourne Terrace, W. Monitor, 1855 ; left 1856 2 . Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., 1st Class Mods. ; B.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 1864 ; author of " The 
White Pilgrim " and many well-known plays, poems, and essays ; 
some time editor of " The Annual Register," etc. DIED Jan. 14th, 
1906. 

Middlemass, Robert Hume (Small Houses and Mr. RendalVs), son of R. H, 
Middlemass, Esq., 4, St. Andrew's Place, Regent's Park, N.W. Left 
1854 3 . Haileybury Coll. 1856-7; Indian C.S. 1858; Assistant to 
Commr. of Allahabad. DIED in India, July 1861. 

Murray, Charles Archibald (The Park), son of Hon. C. J. Murray, Warren 
Wood, Herts. Left 1852 3 . J.P. Co. Perth. C. A. Murray, Esq., 
Taymount, Stanley, Perthshire, N.B. 

Phipps, Henry Augustus FitzRoy ( The Park), son of the Rev. the Hon. A. F. 
Phipps (O.K.), Euston Rectory, Thetford. Left 1852 3 . Entered 
R.N. ; served as Naval Cadet on board H.M.S. St. Jean d'Acre under 
Capt. the Hon. Henry Keppel, 1853. DIED at Haslar Hospital, 
March 13th, 1854. 

Saunders, Thomas Francis (H.B.), son of T. F. Saunders, Esq., Harrow. 
Left 1853 2 . Curate of Gillcar, near Sheffield. DIED 1870. 

Scott, James George (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. D. Scott, Esq., Lovel Hill, 
Winkfield, Windsor. Left 1854 3 . Joined 83rd Regt. 1857; subse- 
quently in 17th Lancers and 5th Fusiliers ; retired as Major, 1887 ; of 
Lovel Hill. DIED 1903. 

Sneyd, Thomas William (Small Houses), son of T. Sneyd, Esq., Belmont, near 
Leek, Staffs. Left 1854. Joined 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1856 ; Lieut.- 
Col. Commanding, 1877-82; retired as Major-Gen. 1887; served in 
the Indian Mutiny (present at siege and capture of Lucknow ; medal 
and clasp) ; J.P. Staffs. Major- Gen. T. W. Sneyd, Finsthwaite House, 
near Ulverston, Lancashire. 

Stewart, Alexander Frederick (Mr. Warner's), son of A. Stewart, Esq., Bally- 
edmond, Rostrevor, Co. Down. Left 1852 1 . Major 6th Dragoons ; 
of Ballyedmond. DIED Aug. 26th, 1893. 

Stewart, James (H.B.), son of J. Stewart, Esq., M.P., Harrow. Left 1854 2 . 
No profession. DIED Nov. 1st, 1874. 



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Synnot, Robert Henry Inglis (Small Houses), son of Mrs. Synnot, Clapham 
Common, S.W. Left 1852 2 . Civil Engineer. DIED April 12th, 1872. 

Thomas, Evan Llewellyn (Small Houses), son of H. Thomas, Esq., Llwyii- 
madoc, Breconshire. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; of 
Llwynmadoc ; J.P. and D.L. Brecon. DIED Feb. 23rd, 1864. 

Trebeck, James John (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Rev. J. 
Trebeck, 1, West Cliff, Whitby. Left 1854 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1860; M.A. 1883; Vicar of Annesley, Notts., 1869-71; Curate-in- 
Charge of Southwell, Notts., 1877-81 ; Rector, 1881-1900 ; Prebendary 
and Rural Dean of Southwell. DIED March 19th, 1904. 

Trevelyan, George Otto (The Grove), son of Sir C. E. Trevelyan, K.C.B., 1st 
Bart., of Wellington. Monitor, 1855 ; Head of the School, 1856 ; 
Gregory Scholar, 1856 ; left 1857 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 
Browne Medal for Latin Epigrams, 1858 and 1859 ; 2nd Classic ; 
B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; M.P. Tynemouth, 1865-8 ; Hawick, 1868-86 ; 
Glasgow (Bridgeton), 1887-97 ; Lord of the Admiralty, 1868-70 ; Sec. 
to Admiralty, 1880-2 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland, 1882-4 ; Chancellor of 
the Duchy of Lancaster, 1884-5 ; Sec. for Scotland in 1886 and 1892-5 ; 
succ. as 2nd Bart. 1886 ; Hon. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; author of 
" Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay," " Early History of Charles 
James Fox," " The American Revolution," etc. ; Gov. of Harrow 
School, 1887-1900; Member of the British Academy; D.C.L. Oxf.; 
L.it,D. Camb.; LL.D. Edin. ; Order of Merit, 1911. Eight Hon. 
Sir George Trevelyan, Bart., O.M., 8, Grosvenor Crescent, S.W., 
and Wallington, Cambo, Northumberland. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1851. 

Adair, Allan Shafto (The Park), son of A. Adair, Esq. (O.K.), Heatherton 
Park, Taunton. Left 1854 2 . Joined 13th Regt. 1855; retired as 
Major ; served in the Crimea and Indian Mutiny (medal) ; p.s.c. ; for 
some years Agent of the Bank of England at Plymouth ; J.P. Middlesex 
and Herts. DIED Dec. 27th, 1902. 

Allhusen, Frederick Bushek Ehrenberg (Small Houses), son of C. A. H. All- 
husen, Esq., Stoke Court, Slough. Left 1854 2 . Joined 50th Regt. ; 
subsequently Capt. 15th Regt. ; served in the Crimea. DIED July 1 1th, 
1866. 

Archibald, Charles William (Mr. Middlemist's), son of C. D. Archibald, Esq., 
15, Portland Place, 'W. Left 1853 2 . M.I.C.E. ; of Rusland Hall, 
Ulverston; J.P. Lanes. DEED March 3rd, 1893. 

Boyd, Adam (Small Houses and The Grove), son of W. Boyd, Esq., Hackney, 
N. Left 1855 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1868. 

Bruce, Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Bruce, Esq., of Arnot To\ver, 
Leslie, N.B. Left 1853 3 . Assistant Librarian British Museum, 1863 ; 
Professor of Sanskrit at King's Coll. London, 1865 ; entered Colonial 
Service, 1868 ; Lieut.-Gov. of British Guiana, 1885-93 ; Gov. of the 
Windward Islands, 1893-7 ; Gov. of Mauritius, 1897-1904 ; J.P. 
and D.L. Kinross ; C.M.G. 1881 ; K.C.M.G. 1889 ; G.C.M.G. 1901 ; 
author of " The Broadstone of Empire " and of works on Sanskrit 
literature, poems, and essays. Sir Charles Bruce, G.C.M.G., as above. 

Ctvendish, Hon. Henry Anson ( The Park), son of Henry, 3rd Baron Water- 
park (O.K.). Left 1856 2 . Clerk in Foreign Office, 1860-3 ; succ. as 
4th Baron, 1863 ; J.P. and D.L. Derbyshire ; J.P. Staffs. Lord 
Waterpark, Doveridge, Derby. 

Chilton, Alfred Richard Tickell (Druries), son of H. C. Chilton, Esq., 16, 
Bedford Square, W.C. Left 1854 1 . Joined Bengal Artillery, 1857 ; 
retired as Capt. 1870 ; of Merrow, near Guildford. DIED July 25th, 
1900. 



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Cresswell, Gerard Oswin (Mr. Warner's), son of F. Cresswell, Esq., King's 
Lynn. Left 1852 3 . Of Sedgeford Hall, King's Lynn. DIED 
Oct. 27th, 1865. 

Crewe, Richard Harpur ( The Park), son of Sir G. Crewe, 8th Bart. Left 1853 2 . 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards. DIED Sept. 13th, 1896. 

Crosse, Herbert Edward George (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Mrs. 
Crosse, Budleigh Salterton, Devon. Left 1854 1 . Joined 59th Regt. ; 
retired as Capt. ; of Halberton, near Ti vert on. DIED Jan. 17th, 1865. 

Daniell, Nugent Murray Whitmore ( The Head Master's), son of J. N. Daniell, 
Esq. (O.H.), Sandown, Esher. Left 1853 3 . Bombay C.S. 1857-78 ; 
Judge and Sessions Judge, Ahmednugger. DIED Aug. 8th, 1908. 

Dyke, William Hart ( The Grove), son of Sir P. H. Dyke, 6th Bart. Winner of 
Champion Racket ; left 1855 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1861 ; 
O.U. Racket Player (Singles and Doubles), 1858-60 ; Racket Champion, 
1862 ; inaugurated the Public School Racket Matches ; M.P. W. Kent, 
1865-8 ; Mid Kent, 1868-85 ; Kent (Dartford), 1885-1906 ; Sec. to the 
Treasury, 1874-80 ; Chief Sec. for Ireland, 1885-6 ; Vice-Pres. of 
Council of Education, 1887-92 ; succ. as 7th Bart. 1875 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Kent ; Deputy Chairman S.E. & C. Railway. Right Hon. 
Sir W. Hart Dyke, Bart., Lullingstone Castle, Dartford. 

Falconer, Adrian William Keith- (Small Houses), son of Capt. the Hon. W. 
Keith-Falconer, R.N. Left 1853 3 . DIED Feb. 10th, 1887. 

Gordon, Henry Panmure (Druries), son of H. G. Gordon, Esq., 1, Clifton Place, 
W. Left 1853 2 . Bonn Univ. ; joined 10th Hussars ; retired 1860, 
and went to China in Messrs. Matheson's House ; commanded Shang- 
hai Mounted Rangers Volunteers in Taeping Rebellion ; Member of 
London Stock Exchange. DIED at Nauheim, Germany, Sept. 1st, 
1902. Bequeathed his Byron collection to Harrow. 

Harris, George Edward (The Park), son of G. F. Harris, Esq., Harrow. Left 
1854 1 . At Shrewsbury, 1854-7 ; joined Indian Army, 1857 ; retired 
as Capt. 1872. Capt. G. E. Harris, 56, Longton Grove, Sydenham, S.E. 

Hawkins, John Caesar (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. C. Haw- 
kins, Esq., Elton Hall, Ludlow. Left 1855 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1858 ; M.A. 1861 ; Ellerton Theological Essay Prize, 1859 ; succ. as 
4th Bart. 1861 ; Vicar of St. Paul's, Chatham, 1863-4 ; of Westcott, 
Surrey, 1864-6 ; Rector of St. Albans, 1866-8 ; of Chelmsford, 1878- 
80 ; Hon. Canon of St. Albans ; D.D. St. Andrews ; author of 
" Horse Synopticae," etc. Rev. Sir John C. Hawkins, Bart., D.D., 
Kelston Lodge, Banbury Road, Oxford. 

Hey worth, George Frederick (Druries), son of the Rev. J. Hey worth, Henbury 
Hill, Bristol. Left 1854 1 . Joined 5th Dragoon Guards, 1856 ; retired ; 
late Major Glamorgan Militia. Major G. F. Heyworth, 96, Lancaster 
Gate, W. 

Holmes, George Armit ( The Park), son of G. J. Holmes, Esq., Brooke Hall, 
Norwich. Monitor, 1855; Cricket XI. 1854-6; Capt. 1856; left 
1856 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860; Barrister, 1869. 
DIED Nov. 18th, 1875. 

Latham, William (The Grove), son of A. Latham, Esq. (O.H.), Hollow Dene, 
Frensham, Farnham. Left 1854 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859; 
M.A. 1862; Barrister, 1860; Q.C. 1886. W. Latham, Esq., K.C., 
The Priory, Frensham, Farnham. 

Linton, Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. H. Linton, Stirtloe House, 
Buckden, Hunts. Cricket XI. 1854-7; left 1857 2 . Wadham Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1860; O.U. Cricket XI. 1858-9; Indian C.S. DIED at 
Madras, Sept. 1866. 



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Lowther, George William (The Head Master's), son of Sir C. H. Lowther, 
3rd Bart., of Swillington. Left 1852 2 . Jesus Coll. Camb. DIED 
Feb. 6th, 1890. 

McNabb, John Campbell Erskine ( The Head Master's), son of J. M. McNabb, 
Esq. (O.K.), Highfield Park, Winchfield. Left 1853 3 . Joined 3rd 
Light Bengal Cavalry, 1857. KILLED at Meerut, on the outbreak 
of the Indian Mutiny, May 10th, 1857. 

Meek, John Edward (Small Houses and Mr. Kendall's), son of J. Meek, Esq., 
The Terrace, Camberwell. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860 ; 
M.A. 1864 ; Barrister, 1862. DIED about 1884. 

Monro, Kenneth (Druries), son of C. Monro, Esq., 76, Cambridge Terrace, W. 
Left 1854 1 . In R.A. DIED April 8th, 1862. 

Mowatt, Francis (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F. Mowatt, Esq., M.P., 14, Devon- 
shire Place, W. Left 1853 1 . St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; Clerk in tha 
Treasury, 1856 ; Assistant Sec. and Auditor of the Civil List, 1888-92; 
Permanent Sec. 1894-1903 ; Alderman L.C.C. 1904-7 ; Commr. of 
Patriotic Fund ; Member of Senate of London University ; Director 
G.N.R. ; K.C.B. 1893 ; G.C.B. 1901 ; I.S.O. 1903 ; P.C. 1906. 
Right Hon. Sir F. Mowatt, G.C.B., 41, Sloane Gardens, S.W. 

Mullings, Joseph (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. R. Mullings, 
Esq., M.P., Eastcourt, Malmesbury. Left 1853 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. 
DIED June 30th, 1860. 

Nugent, John Vesey ( The Head Master's), son of Col. P. J. Nugent, Portaferry, 
Co. Down. Left 1855 3 . Joined 51st Regt. 1858 ; retired as Lieut.- 
Col. 1881 ; served in the Umbeyla Expedition, 1873, in the Jowaki 
Campaign, 1877 (medal with clasp), and in Afghan War, 1878-80 (pre- 
sent at capture of Ali Musjid, advance to Cabul, etc. ; mentioned in 
despatches ; medal with clasp) ; J.P. and D.L. Co. Down. Lieut.- Col. 
J. V. Nugent, as above. 

Ogilvy, Henry Thomas (The Grove), son of Sir J. Ogilvy (O.K.), 9th Bart. 
Left 1853 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf.; Barrister, 1863; of Belhaven, 
Dirleton, Winton, and Biel, Co. Haddington, and of Bloxholm and 
Wells, Lines. ; J.P. and D.L. Haddington ; J.P. Lines. ; assumed the 
name of Nisbet-Hamilton-Ogilvy, 1888. DIED Dec. 5th, 1909. 

Pelham, Walter John, Lord ( The Head Master's), son of Henry, 3rd Earl of 
Chichester. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., M.A. 1859; M.P. Lewes, 
1865-74 ; succ. as 4th Earl, 1886 ; Chairman of E. Sussex Quarter 
Sessions. DIED May 28th, 1902. 

Porter, John Frederick (The Grove), son of W. Porter, Esq. (O.K.), Hembury 
Fort, Honiton. DIED during the holidays, Aug. 1852. 

Quick, Frederick James (Mr. Warner's), son of J. C. Quick, Esq., Ingatestone, 
Essex. Left 1853 1 . Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1859 ; Barrister, 1861 ; 
Tea and Coffee Importer ; Benefactor of Cambridge Univ. DIED 
Dec. 21st, 1902. 

Rennie, Charles Garth Colleton (Druries), son of Sir J. Rennie, 15, Whitehall 
Place, S.W. Left 1854 1 . DIED March 17th, 1893. 

Rooper, William Trevor (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. H. Rooper, 
Abbot's Ripton Rectory, Hunts. Left 1854 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 
1854 ; Capt. 1858 ; served in the Crimea (medal and clasp) and 
Indian Mutiny (medal and clasp). DIED July 1872. 

Sandars, Samuel (Small Houses), son of G. Sandars, Esq., M.P., 27, Sussex 
Square, W. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1864; 
Barrister, 1863 ; of Chalfont Grove, Bucks. ; J.P. Bucks. (High Sheriff, 
1894) ; Benefactor of Camb. Univ. DIED June 15th, 1894. 

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Seymour, Arthur Henry (H.B. and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir G. H. Seymour, 
G.C.B., St. Petersburg. Left 1855 1 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 
1858 ; 2nd Sec. 1866 ; retired 1875. DIED at Antwerp, Sept. 27th, 
1910. 

Smith, Heywood (Small Houses and The Grove), son of Dr. P. Smith, 42, Park 
Street, W. Left 1856 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864; M.B. 
1865 ; M.D. 1871 ; for 17 years Physician to the Hospital for Women 
and to the British Lying-in Hospital ; founded the British Gynaecological 
Society, 1884 ; Member of various Medical and Scientific Societies, 
and writer in his speciality. Heywood Smith, Esq., M.D., 40, Port- 
land Court, W. 

Stanhope, Hon. Arthur Philip (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Philip, Viscount 
Mahon, M.P., 5th Earl Stanhope, 1855. Viscount Mahon, 1855; 
left 1857 1 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 1858 ; retired as Capt. 1869 ; 
M.P. Leominster in 1868 ; E. Suffolk, 1870-5 ; Member L.S.B. 1873-4 ; 
Lord of the Treasury, 1874-6 ; succ. as 6th Earl, 1875 ; First Church 
Estates Commr. 1878 ; Lord-Lieut, of Kent ; F.S.A. DIED April 19th, 
1905. 

Stewart, Alexander Charles Hector (Small Houses), son of J. V. Stewart, Esq., 
Rock Hill, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal. Left 1854 2 . Joined 2nd Life 
Guards, 1856 ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1870-5 ; retired as Major- 
Gen. 1883; J.P. and D.L. Donegal (High Sheriff, 1881). Major- Gen. 
A. C. H. Stewart, as above. 

Stibbert, Frederick (Druries), son of Col. T. Stibbert, Coldstream Guards. 
Left 1854 3 . Magd. Coll. Camb. ; Associate of the Academies of Fine 
Arts of Florence and Urbino ; Cavaliere of the Orders of SS. Maurice 
and Lazare ; resided at Villa Montughi, Florence, where he died, 
April 10th, 1906. Had a fine collection of armour and objects of art 
in his villa at Florence, which he left to the English nation. 

Trotter, Coutts (Mr. Middlemist's), son of A. Trotter, Esq., Devonshire Place 
House, W. Monitor, 1854 ; Lyon Scholar, 1854 ; left 1854 3 . Scholar 
of Trin. Coll. Camb., 36th Wrangler, B.A. 1859; Fellow, 1861 ; or- 
dained 1863 ; Tutor, 1872-81 ; Vice-Master, 1885-7. DIED Dec. 4th, 

1887. 

Villiers, Ernest (The Head Master's), son of the Hon. E. E. Villiers, Grove 
Mill House, Watford. Left 1854 2 . Joined 43rd L.I. 1857 ; retired 
as Col. ; A.D.C. to Sir W. Denison, Gov. of Madras, to Lord Strath- 
nairn and to Earl Spencer, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; Col. 21st Batt. 
London Regt. (Terr.) ; A.D.C. to King Edward VII. ; V.D. ; Chair- 
man of the Hotel Cecil. Col. E. Villiers, 44, Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Walford, James Hare (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. E. Walford, Dallinghoo 
Rectory, Woodbridge. Football XI. ; left 1857 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1860 ; for some years in Natal ; then in business ; late Con- 
servative Agent in Suffolk. J. H. Walford, Esq., 88, Barrow Road, 
Streaiham Common, S.W. 

Waller, Adolphus (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir T. W. Waller (O.K.), 2nd Bart. 
Monitor, 1856 ; Cricket XI. 1855-6 ; Football XL 1856 ; Winner of 
Champion Racket, 1856 ; left 1856 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., allowed Honours 
(tegrotat) ; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1863 ; Vicar of Hunstanton, Norfolk, 
and Domestic Chaplain to Isabel, Countess of Carnwath, 1870-90. 
DIED July 16th, 1890. 

Warburton, Joseph William (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Very Rev. W. War- 
burton, Dean of Elphin. Previously at Marlborough Coll. for one 
year ; left 1856 3 . Entered Foreign Office, 1857 ; Assistant Clerk, 
1873 ; Charge d' Affaires, 1895, and Consul-Gen, for Chili, 1894-5 ; 
for the States of California, etc., 1895-8 ; retired 1898. /. W. War- 
burton, Esq., Holme Isla, St. Saviour's, Jersey. 



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Weekes, Arthur (Druries), son of R. Weekes, Esq., The Mansion House, 
Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. Monitor, 1856 ; left 1857 1 . Scholar of 
Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1863; Indian C.S. 1860; retired 
1887; Barrister, 1888; J.P. and C.C. Sussex. A. Weekes, Esq., as 
above. 

Welstead, John Richard (The Head Master's), son of B. Welstead, Esq., 
Kimbolton House, St. Neots. Left 1853 3 . Capt. 7th Dragoon 
Guards; of Kimbolton House. DIED Dec. 12th, 1873. 

Wild, John (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Wild, Esq., Clapham Lodge, Surrey. 
Left 1856 2 . 

Williams, Charles Theodore (Small Houses), son of C. J. B. Williams, Esq., 
M.D., 7, Holies Street, Cavendish Square, W. Left 1852 3 . Pembroke 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1862 ; M.B. 1864 ; M.D. 1870 ; F.R.C.P. 
1871 ; Censor and late Lumleian Lecturer of the College of Physicians ; 
Consulting Physician to the Hospital for Consumption and Diseases 
of the Chest, Brompton, and to King Edward VII. Sanatorium, Mid- 
hurst ; ex-Pres. Medical Society of London and Royal Meteorological 
Society; M.V.O. 1906; Hon. Fellow of Pembroke Coll. Oxf. G. 
Theodore Williams, Esq., M.D., M.V.O., 2, Upper Brook Street, W. 

Winthrop, Benjamin (Mr. Middkmist's), son of the Rev. B. Winthrop, Clifton 
Park, Bristol. Cricket XI. 1855; left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1859 ; some time in 15th Hussars ; of Barton Court, Hungerford ; 
J.P. Wilts. DIED May 15th, 1902. 

Wright, Henry Banks (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. B. Wright (O.K.), 
Shelton Hall, Newark. Left 1853 2 . Joined 15th Hussars, 1855; 
retired 1860; of Lansdown Lodge, Cheltenham. DIED Aug. 20th, 
1898. 

Wyld, Calcraft Neeld ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. T. J. Wyld, North 
Wraxall Rectory, Wilts. Left 1856 2 . Sarum Coll. 1861 ; Vicar of 
Maiden Bradley, Wilts., 1872-7 ; Rector of St. Martin's, Salisbury, 
1879-94 ; Vicar of Burcombe, Wilts., 1894-1900 ; Rector of Grittleton, 
Wilts., 1900. Rev. C. N. Wyld, Grittleton Rectory, Chippenham. 

Wyndham, Francis Merrik (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. C. 
Wyndham, Rogate Lodge, Petersfield. Left 1853 1 . Merton Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; R.C. Priest, 1871 ; Superior of the 
Oblates of St. Charles, 1891 ; Canon of Westminster Cathedral, 1909. 
Rev. Canon Wyndham, St. Mary of the Angels, Westmorland Road, 
Bayswater, W. 

Young, John Frederick (The Grove), son of J. Young, Esq., Vanbrugh Fields, 
Blackheath. Left 1856 2 . C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1860; M.A. 1875; O.U. 
VIII. 1860. DIED Nov. 28th, 1865. 



ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1852. 

Alleyne, Charles Bruce Knight (Druries), son of C. T. Alleyne, Esq., Litfield 
Place, Clifton. Left 1853 3 . In R.H.G. DIED April 7th, 1861. 

Annesley, Arthur Lyttelton (H.B.), son of A. L. Annesley, Esq., Arley Castle, 
Bewdley. Left 1853 2 . Joined llth Hussars, 1854; retired as 
Lieut.-Gen. 1898 ; served in the Crimea (medal and clasp and Turkish 
medal) ; has been A.D.C. to the Duke of Cambridge, A.G. at Bombay, 
and A.A.G. at the Horse Guards ; Commander of the Forces in Scot- 
land, 1888-93 ; Col. 12th Lancers, 1896-1902 ; of llth Hussars, 1902 
assumed the name of Lyttelton- Annesley, 1884 ; K.C.V.O. 1903 
Kt. Commander of Order of Christ (Portugal) ; F.R.G.S. ; F.R.Z.S. 
F.S.A. Lieut.-Gen. Sir A. Lyttelton- AnnesLey, K.G.V.O., Temple- 
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Burdon, Robert (Small Houses), son of G. Burdon, Esq. (O.H.), Heddon 
House, Wylam-on-Tyne. Left 1854 3 . Capt. 13th Dragoons. DIED 
at Mentone, May 1879. 

Cathcart, William Taylor (The Head Master's), son of T. Cathcart, Esq., of 
Pitcarly, Fife, N.B. Left 1853 1 . In R.A. DIED Jan. 17th, 1859. 

Coyney, Walter Mainwaring (The Head Master's), son of C. Coyney, Esq., 
Weston Coyney, Longton, Staffs. Left 1853 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 
of Weston Coyney ; J.P. and D.L. Staffs. ; Major Staffs. Militia. 
DIED June 6th, 1884. 

Cure, Frederick Capel ( The Head Master's), son of C. Cure, Esq., Blake Hall, 
Ongar. DIED at Harrow, June 13th, 1854. 

Davidson, Charles Henry (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. Davidson, Esq. (O.H.), 
16, Mansfield Street, W. DIED at Harrow, Nov. 1855. 

Ellis, Hon. Charles Arthur (The Head Master's), son of Charles, 6th Baron 
Howard de Walden. Left 1854 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 
1871 ; Barrister, 1868 ; of Frensham Hall, Shottermill, Haslemere. 
DIED March 30th, 1906. 

Elwes, William James (Mr. Warner's), son of J. M. Elwes, Esq. (O.K.), Bos- 
sington, Stockbridge. Left 1855 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864; 
Curate of St. John the Baptist's, Great Marlborough Street, W., 1879-81 ; 
of Ch. Ch., Eastbourne, 1881-4. DIED Nov. 8th, 1884. 

Fortescue, Hugh Gran ville ( The Head Master's), son of the Hon. G. M. Fortes- 
cue, Boconnoc, Lostwithiel. Left 1853 3 . In Coldstream Guards. 
DIED Nov. 9th, 1875. 

Fowler, George Gooch (Mr. Warner's), son of R. C. Fowler, Esq., Gunton Hall, 
Lowestoft. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. Suffolk ; of Gunton 
Hall. DIED Sept. 1st, 1905. 

Gilpin, Norcliffe (Small Houses and Mr. Kendall's), son of H. Gilpin, Esq., 15, 
Wilton Crescent, S.W. Left 1856 2 . Joined 37th Regt. 1859; trans- 
ferred to 84th Regt. ; retired as Capt. 1867. Capt. N. Gilpin, 10, 
Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S.W. 

Gladstone, William Kenrick (The Head Master's), son of W. Gladstone, Esq., 
58, Queen's Gate, S.W. Left 1854 2 . DIED Sept. 8th, 1871. 

Hammick, St. Vincent Alexander (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of 
the Rev. Sir St. V. L. Hammick, 2nd Bart. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1857 3 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; joined 43rd (Oxfordshire) L.I. 1861 ; 
retired as Col. 1896 ; served in New Zealand W T ar, 1863-6 (mentioned 
in despatches ; medal) ; A.A.G. of Army in Egypt, 1891-6 ; succ. as 
3rd Bart. 1888. Sir St. V. A. Hammick, Bart., c/o Messrs. Cox & 
Co., 16, Charing Cross, S.W. 

Harvey, Edward Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Harvey, Esq. (O.H.), 
Mintiaghs, Innishowen, Co. Donegal. Left 1853 1 . Barrister, 1860; 
late of The Brooms, Stone, Staffs. 

Hazlerigg, Arthur Grey (The Head Master's), son of Sir A. G. Hazlerigg, 12th 
Bart. Left 1853 3 . Joined Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1855; Lieut.-Col. 
1879 ; served in the Crimea and in S. African Wars, 1878-80. DIED 
at Pretoria, July 16th, 1880. 

Heberden, William Buller (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. Heberden, 
Broadhembury Vicarage, Honiton. Monitor, 1856 ; left 1856 3 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1893 ; entered Inland Revenue Dept. 1861 ; 
Assistant Sec. 1887 ; Sec. 1894-8 ; C.B. 1898 ; J.P. Devon. W. B. 
Heberden, Esq., C.B., Elmfield, Exeter. 



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Kilcoursie, Frederick Edward Gould, Viscount (The Head Master's), son of 
Frederick, 8th Earl of Cavan. Left 1852 3 . Entered R.N. 1853 ; 
retired as Lieut. 1863 ; served throughout the siege of Sebastopol ; 
present at bombardment of Canton, 1856, and with the forlorn hope 
at the attack on the Peiho Forts, 1858 ; M.P. S. Somerset, 1885-92 ; 
Vice-Chamberlain of the Household, 1886 ; succ. as 9th Earl, 1887 ; 
K.P. ; author of books of travel. DIED July 14th, 1900. 

King-King, Francis James (The Grove), son of J. King-King, Esq., Staunton 
Park, Leominster. Left 1854 3 . Joined 17th Lancers ; transferred 
to 13th Hussars ; retired as Capt. ; of Eaton House, Hereford ; J.P. 
Herefordshire. DIED Oct. 4th, 1906. 

Lingard, John Rowson (The Park), son of J. R. Lingard, Esq., Alderley, 
Cheshire. Left 1852 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Civil Engineer ; of 8, 
South wick Crescent, W. DIED Dec. 24th, 1887. 

Marker, John (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. T. J. Marker, Gittisham, 
Honiton. Left 1855 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; in 5th Fusiliers. 
DIED 1873. 

Mirehouse, Philip John (Druries), son of the Rev. T. H. Mirehouse (O.H.), St. 
George's Hill, Bristol. Left 1856 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb. DIED in 
Australia, 1867. 

Morland, John Thornhill (The Grove), son of G. B. Morland, Esq., Abingdon. 
Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; Coxswain of 
C.U. VIII. 1859 (which sank during the race) and 1860 ; Solicitor, 
1863 ; practising at Abingdon, of which he has been several times 
Mayor ; Clerk of the Peace and Clerk to C.C. Berks. ; late Capt. Berks. 
R.V. ; V.D. J. T. Morland, Esq., as above. 

Mott, John Stanley (The Head Master's), son of J. T. Mott, Esq. (O.K.), 
Barningham Hall, Aylsham. Left 1855 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. Nor- 
folk ; late Major Norfolk Artillery Militia. J. S. Mott, Esq., as above. 

Phipps, Arthur Leckonby (The Head Master's), son of A. C. Phipps, Esq., 
Whitstone House, Shepton Mallet. Left 1854 3 ; of Whitstone House ; 
J.P. Somerset. DIED July 18th, 1901. 

Reid, Nevile ( The Head Master's), son of N. Reid, Esq., Windsor. Left 1856 2 . 
N. Reid, Esq., The Oaks, Hanworth, Feltham, and Shandwick, 
Ross-shire. 

Richardson, Thomas Rumbold (The Head Master's), son of H. Richardson, 
Esq., Somerset, Co. Londonderry. Left 1852 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; in 
1st Life Guards ; of Somerset ; J.P. and D.L. Londonderry. DIED 
March 7th, 1868. 

Rowley, Joshua Thellusson (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir C. R. Rowley, 4th Bart., 
of Tendring Hall. Left 1 854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; succ. as 5th Bart. 
1888 ; J.P. and D.L. Suffolk ; late Col. Suffolk R.V. ; V.D. Sir 
Joshua T. Rowley, Bart., Holbecks Park, Hadleigh, Suffolk. 

Skene, William Baillie (Small Houses), son of P. G. Skene, Esq., of Pitlour 
House, Strathmiglo, N.B. Left 1855 3 . Exhibitioner of C.C.C. Oxf., 
1st Class Mods.; B.A. 1860; M.A. 1863; Barrister, 1863; Fellow of 
All Souls, 1864-74, and Bursar, 1869-74; Principal (Conservative) 
Agent, 1876-80; Student and Acting Treasurer of Ch. Ch. 1886-1910 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Fife ; J.P. Kinross. DIED June 10th, 1911. 

Smith, Richard Marker (The Park), son of the Rev. G. T. Smith, Uffculme 
Vicarage, Collumpton. Assumed the name of Marker, 1854; left 
1856 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED April 30th, 1861. 

Stewart, Hon. Alexander ( The Grove), son of Randolph, 9th Earl of Galloway 
(O.H.). Left 1852 3 . Joined R.A. 1856 ; retired as Major-Gen. 1883 ; 
served in the Chinese War, 1860 (medal with clasp), and in the Afghan 
War, 1878-9 (medal) ; A.D.C. to Earls Canning, Elgin, and Mayo, 
Governors-Gen, of India, 1861-72. DIED Jan. 7th, 1896. 



246 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1852 1 -52 2 

Stirling, Walter (The Head Master's), son of Sir W. G. Stirling, 2nd Bart,, of 
Faskine. Left 1852 1 . Entered R.N. ; served on H.M.S. Britannia 
in the Crimea (medal, clasp, and Order of Medjidie) ; Royal Humane 
Society's medal for saving life ; joined Coldstream Guards, 1855. DIED 
at Hesse-Darmstadt, June 5th, 1862. 

Stirling, Walter George (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 
1854 3 . Late Capt. R.A. ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1888 ; formerly Governor 
to Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany, and extra Groom-in- Waiting to 
Queen Victoria ; J.P. Kent ; late Col. Kent Art. Mil. Sir W. George 
Stirling, Bart., 50, Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Thompson, Henry Yates (The Park), son of S. H. Thompson, Esq., Thingwall 
Hall, Liverpool. Monitor, 1855 ; Head of the School, 1857 ; Sayer 
Scholar, 1856 ; Spencer Scholar, 1858 ; left 1858 2 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb., Person Prize for Greek Verse and Greek Epigram, 1860 ; 
Greek and Latin Epigrams, 1861 ; 16th Classic ; B.A. 1862 ; Barrister, 
1867 ; some time Proprietor of the Pall Mall Gazette ; offered to the 
nation the sum of 38,000 for the enlargement of Westminster Abbey 
1894 ; donor of the School of Art, 1895, and Founder of the Drawing 
Prizes, 1896 ; Sandars Reader in Bibliography at Camb. Univ. 1904-5 ; 
J.P. Lanes.; Officer of the Legion of Honour (France), 1907. H. 
Yates Thompson, Esq., 19, Portman Square, W. 

Vernon, Edward (The Park), son of J. E. V. Vernon, Esq., Clontarf Castle, 

Dublin. Left 1852 2 . J.P. and D.L. Dublin (High Sheriff, 1904); 

J.P. Kerry ; Col. Commanding 5th (Militia) Batt. Dublin Fusiliers, 

1885-96. Col. E. Vernon, as above. 
Weguelin, Christopher (The Head Master's), son of T. M. Weguelin, Esq., 

Billingbear Park, Wokingham. Cricket XI. 1857 ; left 1857 2 . Trin. 

Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; C.U. Tennis Player (Singles and Doubles), 

1860; Russian Merchant; M.P. Youghal, 1868-74; D.L. London. 

DIED Sept. 6th, 1881. 
Wild, Ernest William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Wild, Esq., Clapham Lodge, 

Surrey. Left 1856 2 . 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1852. 

Arnould, Alfred Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of J. Arnould. Esq., White Cross, 
near Wallingford. Left 1854 1 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 
1864; B.C.L. 1869; D.C.L. 1875; Solicitor, 1870; Partner in A. H. 
Arnould & Son, London; retired 1909. A. H. Arnould, Esq., 
D.C.L. , as above. 

Atkinson, George (Druries), son of F. B. Atkinson, Esq. (O.H.), Morland Hall, 
Penrith. Left 1856 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; of Morland Hall ; 
J.P. and D.L. Westmorland ; Capt. Westmorland Militia. DIED at 
San Remo, March 3rd, 1874. 

Bass, Michael Arthur (Mr. Warner's), son of M. T. Bass, Esq., M.P., Byrkley 
Lodge, Burton-on-Trent. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; 
M.A. 1862 ; Chairman of Bass & Co., Brewers ; of Rangemore, Bur- 
ton-on-Trent ; M.P. Stafford, 1865-8 ; E. Staffs. 1868-85 ; Staffs. 
(Burton), 1885-6 ; created a Bart. 1882 ; created Baron Burton, 1886 ; 
Deputy Chairman of S.E.R. ; K.C.V.O. ; V.D. DIED Feb. 1st, 1909. 

Bradford, Robert (The Head Master's), son of R. Bradford, Esq., Franks, 
Farningham, Kent. Left 1854 2 . Underwriter ; Member of the Com 
mittee of Lloyd's ; of The Shelleys, Lewes. DIED Nov. 13th, 1895. 

Brunei, Isambard (The Park), son of I. K. Brunei, Esq., 18, Duke Street, 
Westminster, S.W. Monitor, 1855; left 1856 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1863 ; D.C.L. 1871 ; Barrister, 1863 ; Chancellor 
of the Diocese of Ely, 1870-93. DIED March 21st, 1902. 



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Burrows, George Herbert (Mr. Middlemist' s), son of Sir G. Burrows, 1st Bart. 
Left 1854 1 . In 21st Fusiliers. DIED April 14th, 1866. 

Buxton, Samuel Gurney (Small Houses and Mr. Pears'), son of Sir E. N. 
Buxton, 2nd Bart., of Bellfield, Dorset. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Vice-Chairman of Barclay & Co., Bankers, Norwich ; of 
Catton Hall, Norwich ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1891). 
DIED Feb. 12th, 1909. 

Christian, William (Druries), son of S. Christian, Esq., Valetta, Malta. Left 
1854 1 . Some time Merchant in Alexandria and Bombay. DIED at 
Cap d'Antibes, France, Dec. 28th, 1910. 

Courage, Frank (The Grove), son of J. Courage, Esq., Dulwich. Left 1855 2 . 
Runholder in New Zealand. Frank Courage, Esq., Amberley, N.Z. 

Estcourt, George Thomas John Bueknall- ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. 
E. H. Bucknall-Estcourt (O.H.), Eckington Rectory, Chesterfield. 
Left 1857 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1865 ; M.P. N. Wilts., 
1874-85 ; assumed the name of S other on-Escourt, 1876 ; created Baron 
Estcourt, 1903 ; J.P. Wilts, and Glos. ; D.L. Wilts. ; late Col. Com- 
manding Wilts. Yeomanry. Lord Estcourt, Estcourt, Tetbury. 

Graham, Allen Dowdeswell (The Head Master's), son of Lieut.-Col. G. T. 
Graham, Cossington House, Bridgewater. Left (invalid) 1853 ; Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1864 ; Curate of St. Paul's, Covent Garden ; 
renounced orders 1870 ; of Cossington House ; chiefly occupied in 
work connected with London charitable societies, and especially the 
Charity Organisation Society ; founded the Invalid Children's Aid 
Association. DIED July 10th, 1905. 

Haigh, Henry (The Park), son of W. Haigh, Esq., Furzedown, Tooting 
Common, S.W. Cricket XI. 1856 ; left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1859; M.A. 1863 ; Rector of St. Maurice's, Winchester, 1870-82; 
Vicar of Newport, Isle of Wight, 1882-90 ; Archdeacon of the Isle of 
Wight, 1886 ; Canon of Winchester, 1890. DIED Sept. 7th, 1906. 

Hamilton, James, Viscount (Small Houses), son of James, 1st Duke of Aber- 
corn (O.K.). Left 1855 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; M.A. 1865 ; M.P. 
Donegal, 1860-80 ; succ. as 2nd Duke, 1885 ; Lord of the Bedchamber 
and Groom of the Stole to King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales, 
whom he accompanied to Russia in 1866 ; Lord-Lieut, of Donegal ; 
Ensign of Royal Company of Archers ; Chairman of British S. Africa 
Co.; C.B. 1885; K.G. 1892; P.C. (I.). Duke of Abercorn, K.G., 
Baron's Court, Co. Tyrone. 

Harcourt, Leveson Francis Vernon- ( The Grove), son of Admiral F. E. Vernon- 
Harcourt, 47, Cadogan Place, S.W. Left 1855 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
1st Class Mathematics and Natural Science ; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1865 ; 
Civil Engineer ; A.I.C.E. 1865 ; M.I.C.E. 1871 ; awarded Manby 
Premium by Inst. C.E. for Papers, 1874; Telford Premiums, 1882, 
1886, 1889, 1894, 1899, 1900 ; Telford Medal, 1886 ; George Stephen- 
son Medal, 1900 ; Prof, of Civil Engineering and Surveying, Univ. 
Coll. London ; British Member of International Jury for Civil En- 
gineering, Paris Exhibition, 1900 ; of Haddon House, Weybridge ; 
author of " Rivers and Canals," " Harbours and Docks," " Achieve- 
ments in Engineering," etc. DIED Sept. 14th, 1907. 

Hardcastle, Henry (The Grove), son of J. A. Hardcastle, Esq., M.P., Writtle, 
Chelmsford. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., Senior 
Optime and 3rd Class Classical Tripos; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866; 
Barrister, 1866 ; late Director of Writtle Brewery, Chelmsford, and 
Member Metropolitan Asylums Board ; J.P. Essex, Middlesex, and 
London. H. Hardcastle, Esq., The Moor House, Oxted, Surrey. 



248 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1852 2 

Barter, Herbert Hatfeild (Mr. Middlemist's], son of W. Harter, Esq., Hope 
Hall, Eccles. Monitor, 1856 ; left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1861 ; Barrister, 1865. DIED July 3rd, 1875. 

Hawkesworth, John Walter (Mr. Warner's], son of J. Hawkesworth, Esq., 
Forest, Mountrath, Queen's Co. Left 1852 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
of Fovant, near Salisbury. DIED Jan. 1898. 

Head, John ( The Head Master's], son of Sir E. W. Head, 8th Bart., of Hermit- 
age. Left 1855 2 . DROWNED while bathing in Canada, Sept. 25th, 
1859. 

Hutchinson, Francis Henry Hely- (Small Houses], son of Capt. the Hon. C. 
Hely-Hutchinson, R.N., Dorset House, Clifton. Left 1853 3 . Some 
time in R.N. ; of 7, Ravensbourne Park, Catford. DIED July 8th, 1905. 

Long, Charles Poore, son of W. Long, Esq., Hurts Hall, Saxmundham. Left 
1853 2 . Major 14th Regt. DIED Nov. 2nd, 1871. 

Miles, Thomas William Shore (The Park], son of Gen. W. Miles, H.E.I.C.S. 
Left 1854 2 . Joined 73rd Regt. 1855 ; afterwards in 17th Lancers and 
llth Hussars ; retired as Capt. ; served in the Indian Mutiny (medal) 
and at the Cape. DIED Sept. 1876. 

Monro, Robert Webber ( The Head Master's], son of J. B. Monro, Esq., Bar- 
rister-at-Law. Monitor, 1857 ; Cricket XI. 1856-7 ; Winner of 
Champion Racket; left 1857 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861; M.A. 
1865 ; O.U. Cricket XL 1860 ; Barrister, 1864 ; Clerk in Parliament 
Office, House of Lords, 1862-1901 ; Chief Clerk, 1901-3 ; of Oakfield, 
Coombe Wood, Kingston-on-Thames. DIED June 10th, 1908. 

Nelson, Thomas Boone (The Head Master's], son of T. W. Nelson, Esq., 23, 
Gloucester Place, W. Left 1855 2 . Solicitor, 1862 ; practised in 
London. DIED Jan. 15th, 1906. 

Nightingale, Arthur Collett (The Park], son of G. Nightingale, Esq., Norbiton 
House, Kingston. Left 1853 1 . Joined 93rd Highlanders, 1854; 
Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1 882-5 ; retired as Col. ; served in the 
Crimea (present at siege and fall of Sebastopol ; medal with clasp and 
Turkish medal), in the Indian Mutiny (present at relief of Lucknow and 
defeat of the Gwalior contingent at Cawnpore ; medal with clasp), 
and in the Eusofzie and Umbeyla Campaigns, 1863-4 (medal with 
clasp) ; a member of Lord Wantage's Commission on Recruiting, 1891- 
2 ; of Snowdoun House, Stirling. DIED Jan. 10th, 1899. 

Parker, Alfred Traill (The Park], son of C. S. Parker, Esq., Bank Chambers, 
Liverpool. Monitor, 1856; left 1856 2 Univ. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Mods. ; B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1863 ; West India Merchant ; of Beech- 
wood, Liverpool. DIED Jan. 28th, 1900. 

Powys, Hon. Leopold William Henry ( The Grove], son of Thomas, 3rd Baron 
Lilford. Left 1855 2 . Joined 30th Regt. 1860; retired 1860; of 
Bewsey Hall, Warrington ; J.P. and D.L. Lanes. ; assumed the name 
of Fox-Powys, 1890. DIED July 18th, 1893. 

Ralli, Peter Pandia (Mr. Warner's], son of Consul P. Ralli, the Greek Consulate, 
London. Left 1853 1 . 

Reeve, Ellis Philip Fox (Mr. Oxenham's], son of E. Reeve, Esq., 42, Montagu 
Square, W. Left 1855 2 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1856 ; retired 
as Lieut.-Col. 1871 ; J.P. Lines. Lieut.-Col. E. P. Fox Reeve, 21, 
Oxford Square, W. 

Scott, Hon. Walter Hugh Hepburne- (Master of Polwarth) (The Park], son of 
Henry, 5th Baron Polwarth. Left 1854 1 . Succ. as 6th Baron, 1867 ; 
Rep. Peer (S.), 1882-1900; Lord-Lieut, of Selkirk; Lieut. Royal 
Company of Archers. Lord Polwarth, Mertoun House, St. Boswell*, 
N.B. 



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Sheridan, Richard Brinsley (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. B. Sheridan, Esq.. M.P., 
Frampton Court, Dorset. Left 1854 1 . DIED March 17th, 1868. 

Stewart, Robert Balfour (Small Houses and The Park), son of H. Stewart, Esq., 
of St. Fort, Newport, Fife, N.B. Left 1855 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED 
1872. 

Strong, Charles Isham ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Strong, Thorpe 
Hall, Peterborough. Cricket XI. 1857 ; left 1857 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1860 ; O.U. VIII. 1860 ; for some time in 12th Regt. ; Chairman 
of C.C. and Quarter Sessions for Peterborough ; J.P. Peterborough 
and Hunts. ; High Sheriff Cambs. and Hunts. 1876 ; late Lieut.-Col. 
Northants. and Rutland Militia. Lieut.-Col. C. I. Strong, as above. 

Tumor, Edmund (Small Houses and Mr. Middlemist's), son of C. Tumor, Esq., 
M.P., Stoke Rochford, Grantham. Left 1854 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A., 
1861; M.A. 1865; of Stoke Rochford ; M. P. Grantham in 1868; S. 
Lines., 1868-80; J.P. and D.L. Lines. (High Sheriff, 1894). DIED 
Dec. 15th, 1903. 

Vaughan, Edmund Mallet (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. W. M. Vaughan, 
Birch Grove, Aberystwyth. Left 1857 3 . D.L. Cardigan ; J.P. Staffs. 
DIED May 10th, 1882. 

Wallinger, Arnold Charles ( The Grove), son of Mr. Serjeant A. Wallinger 
Serjeants' Inn, W.C. Left 1855 1 . 

Wigram, Edmund ( The Grove), son of E. Wigram, Esq., 2, Connaught Place W. 
Left 1854 2 . DIED Nov. 15th, 1855. 

Wood, William Nicholson (H.B.), son of C. Wood, Esq., Street, Somerset. 
Left 1855 1 . For some years in the Mercantile Marine ; afterwards in 
the Colonies. W. N. Wood, Esq., Elmwood, Bromley Road, Beckenham. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1852. 

Alexander, Charles Dallas ( H.B.), son of W. S. Alexander, Esq., The Vicarage, 
Harrow. Left 1853 2 . 

Alexander, Nathaniel Stuart ( H . B. and Small Houses), brother of the above. 
Left 1853 2 . Haileybury Coll. 1856-7 ; Indian C.S. 1858-90 ; Commr. 
of Bardwan ; J.P. Sussex. N. S. Alexander, Esq., 37, Church Road, 
St. Leonards. 

Barlow, Alexander Robert Pratt- (The Park), son of J. Pratt-Barlow, Esq., 7, 
Hyde Park Gate, S.W. Left 1856 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1859 ; Bar- 
rister, 1864 ; of Dromore, Torquay. DIED Sept. 29th, 1898. 

Battiscombe, Edmund George ( The Park), son of the Rev. R. Battiscombe, 
Hactons, Romford. Left 1855 3 . Joined R.A. 1857 ; retired as 
Lieut.-Col. 1892; Col. in the Army. Col. E. G. Battiscombe, Ashcott, 
Bridgwater. 

Blyth, Henry (The Park), son of P. P. Blyth, Esq., 53, Wimpole Street, W. 
Left 1855 1 . Vice-Consul for France and Consul for Spain at Adelaide, 
S. Australia, 1863-5; subsequently of Ederlyn, Tunbridge Wells; 
F.R.G.S. DIED Jan. 3rd, 1900. 

Boord, Thomas William (Mr. RendalVs), son of J. Boord, Esq., Harefield 
Grove, Uxbridge. Left 1855 2 . Afterwards studied in Germany ; 
Partner in Boord & Son, Distillers ; M.P. Greenwich, 1873-95 ; 
created a Bart. 1896 ; late Capt. 1st Middlesex R.V. ; V.D. ; F.S.A. ; 
F.R.I. ; J.P. Sussex. Sir William Boord t Bart., Oldbury Place, 
Ightham, Kent. 

Burke, Hubert Plunkett (Mr. Warner's), son of J. St. G. Burke, Esq., Q.C., 
The Auberies, Sudbury, Suffolk. Left 1854 2 . Joined 91st High- 
landers, 1855; transferred to 8th Hussars, 1864; Major, 1879; 
served in India, Corfu, and Afghanistan (medal). DIED of disease 
contracted during the Afghan Campaign, Sept. 28th, 1881. 



250 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1852 s 

Burnand, Lewis Whitmore (Mr. Warner's), son of G. Burnand, Esq., 4, Sussex 
Square, W. Left 1856 2 . C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; 
Partner in George Burnand & Co., Stockbrokers, London. L. W. 
Burnand, Esq., 103, Gresham House, E.G. 

Cameron, George Hampden (The Head Master's), son of Cameron of Lochiel 
(O.H.), Achnacarry, Inverness-shire. Left 1857 1 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864; of Hampden House, Bucks. ; assumed the additional name 
of Hampden, 1866. DIED June 23rd, 1874. 

Campbell, Gilbert Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir J. N. R. Campbell, 
2nd Bart., of Carrick Buoy. Left 1854 1 . Capt. 92nd Highlanders; 
served in the Indian Mutiny ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1870 ; author of 
various works of fiction and translations. DIED 1899. 

Carpenter, John (Small Houses and The Grove), son of J. Carpenter, Esq., 
Mount Tavy, Tavistock. Cricket XI. 1857 ; left 1857 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1860; M.A. 1863; O.U. Cricket XI. 1858; M.P. S. Devon 
1873-84; J.P. and D.L. Hants. (High Sheriff, 1890) and Devon; 
assumed the additional name of Gamier, 1864. J. Carpenter- Gamier , 
Esq., Rookesbury Park, Wickham, Hants. 

Channell, Arthur Moseley (Druries), son of Mr. Baron W. F. Channell, 2, 
Clarendon Place, Hyde Park, W. Monitor, 1856 ; Lyon Scholar, 1857 ; 
left 1857 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 26th Wrangler and 2nd Class 
Classical Tripos ; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; Winner of Colquhoun Sculls, 
1860; Magdalene Silver Oars, 1861 ; Henley Grand Challenge, 1861 ; 
Barrister, 1863 ; Q.C. 1885 ; Recorder of Rochester, 1888 ; Bencher 
of Inner Temple, 1891 ; Justice of Queen's Bench Division and 
Knighted, 1897. Hon. Mr. Justice Channell, 1, Bramham Gar- 
dens, S.W. 

Cole, William Alston (Small Houses), son of W. Cole, Esq., Highfield House, 
Exmouth. Left 1857 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864 ; Rector 
of Lockinge, Berks., 1881-93. Rev. W. A. Cole, 21, Morton Crescent, 
Exmouth. 

Dering, Henry Nevill (The Grove), son of Sir E. C. Dering (O.H.), 8th Bart. 
Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1855 3 . Entered Diplomatic 
Service, 1859 ; 3rd Sec. 1863 ; 2nd Sec. 1870 ; Sec. of Legation, 1882 ; 
Sec. of Embassy, 1886; Agent and Consul-Gen, at Sofia, 1892-4; 
Minister at Mexico, 1894 ; at Rio de Janeiro, 1900 ; succ. as 9th Bart., 
1896 ; C.B. 1896 ; K.C.M.G. 1901 ; J.P. and D.L. Kent. DIED 
Aug. 25th, 1906. 

Earle, Arthur (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir H. Earle, 1st Bart. Left 1855 2 . 
Merchant at Liverpool ; Hon. Sec. Liverpool Cathedral Fund ; Director 
of various companies; J.P. Lanes.; F.R.G.S. A. Earle, Esq., 
Childwall Lodge, Wavertree, Liverpool. 

Farquhar, Henry Thomas ( The Head Master's), son of Sir W. R. Farquhar, 
3rd Bart., of Cadogan House. Left 1855 2 . Succ. as 4th Bart. 1900 ; 
late Partner in Herries, Farquhar & Co., Bankers, London ; J.P. and 
D.L. Ayrshire. Sir H. T. Farquhar, Bart., Gilminscro/t, Mauchline t 
N.B. 

Floyd, Charles Ashburnham (Mr. Warner's), son of Gen. Sir H. Floyd, 2nd 
Bart. Left 1854 3 . Late in 9th Lancers. C. Ashburnham" Floyd, 
Esq., 226, Brixton Road, S.W. 

Gladstone, Robert Steuart ( The Head Master's), son of W. Gladstone, Esq., 
58, Queen's Gate, S.W. Left 1855 2 . DIED April 28th, 1909. 

Gould, Nathaniel (Small Houses), son of N. Gould, Esq., 4, Tavistock Square, 
W.C. Left 1853 3 . Late in 3rd Dragoon Guards. 



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Grant, Sir George Maepherson-, Bart. (The Park), son of Sir J. Macpherson- 
Grant, 2nd Bart. Succ. as 3rd Bart., 1850; left 1856 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf., B.A. 1861 : M.P. Elgin and Nairn, 1879-86 ; J.P. and D.L. Banff, 
Elgin, and Inverness. DIED Dec. 5th, 1907. 

Greg, Francis ( The Park), son of J. Greg, Esq., Escowbeck , Lanes. Left 1856 2 . 
Manufacturer ; of Turner Heath, Bollington ; J.P. and C.C. Cheshire. 
DIED about 1900. 

Guest, Montague John (Small Houses), son of Sir J. J. Guest, 1st Bart. Left 
1853 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1855; retired 1859; M.P. Youghal, 
1869-74; Wareham, 1880-5; J.P., D.L., and C.C. Dorset; J.P. 
Middlesex; Major Dorset Yeomanry. DIED while watching the royal 
party shooting at Sandringham, Nov. 9th, 1909. 

Hankey, Sidney Alers (The Grove), son of T. A. Hankey, Esq., 7, Fenchurch 
Street, B.C. Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. Berks. (High Sheriff, 
1885). S. A. Hankey, Esq., Lock's Farm, Wokingham. 

Hodgson, George Harris (The Park), son of the Rev. J. G. Hodgson, The 
Vicarage, Croydon. Cricket XI. 1858 ; Football XI. 1857-8 ; left 
1858 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1866 ; late Sec. Clergy 
Mutual Assurance Society. G. H. Hodgson, Esq., St. Peter's, Salt- 
wood, Hythe. 

Holme, Herbert Alfred (Small Houses), son of S. Holme, Esq., Homestead, 
Aigburth, Liverpool. Left 1853 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1870 ; 
M.A. 1874 ; Vicar of Sutton-in-Holderness, Yorks., 1878-94 ; Rector 
of Whiston, Yorks., 1896-1909. Rev. H. A. Holme, 75, Warrior 
Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Hope, St. Leger Frederick ( The Park), son of T. H. Hope, Esq., Netley Hall, 
Shrewsbury. Assumed the additional name of Edwardes, 1854 ; 
Monitor, 1856 ; Lyon Scholar, 1857 ; left 1858 2 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb., 16th Classic; B.A. 1862; of Netley Hall; Rector of 
Greet, Salop, 1865-76; J.P. Salop. DIED at Marseilles, Dec. 10th, 
1899. 

Kington, William Miles Nairn (Mr. RendalVs), son of T. Kington, Esq., 
Charlton House, Somerset. Cricket XI. 1855 ; Winner of Champion 
Racket ; left 1855 3 . Joined 5th Dragoon Guards, 1858 ; transferred 
to 4th Hussars ; retired as Lieut. -Col. 1880. DIED at Montreux, 
April 21st, 1898. 

Leslie, John Henry (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of Dr. C. 
Leslie (O.H.), Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh. Left 1856 1 . 
Joined 71st Regt. 1857 ; retired as Capt. ; served in Central India 
during the Mutiny (present at capture of Fort Naharghur ; medal). 
Capt. J. H. Leslie, Westburton House, Pulborough. 

Malan, Basil Henry (Druries), son of the Rev. S. C. Malan, Broadwinsor, 
Dorset. Left 1856 1 . DIED Feb. 10th, 1859. 

Marshall, Edmond Henry (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. C. Marshall, Esq., 
Weetwood Hall, Leeds. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Curate of 
St. Mary Magdalene's, Launceston, and of St. John's, Holbeck, Leeds. 
DIED July 14th, 1882. 

Massy, Dawson Dunbar ( H . B. and Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Hon. J. Massy, 
Longford Terrace, Monkstown. Left 1855 3 . St. John's Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1861 ; in Holy Orders. DIED July 24th, 1882. 

Oxenden, Percy Dixwell Nowell (The Park), son of the Rev. M. Oxenden, 
Eastwell Rectory, Ashford, Kent. Left 1854 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; as- 
sumed the name of Dixwell-Oxenden, 1890 ; succ. as 10th Bart., 1895 ; 
J.P. Kent ; late Capt. Kent Yeomanry. 



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Parker, George Babington (The Grove), son of Vice-Chancellor Sir J. Parker, 
Rothley Temple, Loughborough. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1860; M.A. 1882; in New Zealand, 1861-76; Member of the 
House of Representatives, 1870-5; J.P. Leics. G. B. Parker, Eoq., 
Arthur's Club, S.W. 

Perceval, Norman Spencer ( The Head Master's), son of S. Perceval, Esq. (O.H.), 
M.P., Elm Grove, Baling. Left 1852 3 . Capt. R.A. DIED Oct. 1st, 
1902. 

Pretor, Alfred (Mr. Middlemist's), son of S. Pretor, Esq., Wyke House, Wey- 
mouth. Monitor, 1857 ; Lyon Scholar, 1858 ; left 1859 2 . Scholar of 
Trin. Coll. Camb., 7th Classic ; B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1868 ; Fellow of St. 
Catherine's Coll. 1871 ; Lecturer at Girton Coll. ; author of " Ronald 
and I " and other stories ; edited several classical works. DIED 
Jan. 8th, 1908. 

Priehard, Edmund Charles (H.B.), son of W. P. Prichard, Esq., Greenhill 
Lodge, Harrow. Cricket XL 1856-8 ; Football XL 1856-7 ; Winner 
of Champion Racket; left 1858 2 . Joined 18th (Royal Irish) Regt., 
1858 ; retired as Major, 1885. DIED Aug. 30th, 1903. 

Prichard, William Henderson (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1857 2 . 
King's Coll. London, Th.A. 1861 ; has held various Curacies since 
1861; now Curate of Marnham, Notts. Rev. W. H. Prichard, The 
Grange, Marnham, Newark. 

Robarts, Arthur Frederick (The Grove), son of F. Robarts, Esq., Tunbridge 
Wells. 12th Man, Cricket and Football XI. 1856 ; left 1856 3 ; of 
Craycombe House, Fladbury, Pershore. DIED Oct. 18th, 1905. 

Rowley, Henry Frederick (Mr. Warner's), son of Capt. R. F. Rowley, R.N. 
Woodlands, Blackheath. Left 1856 1 . Joined 78th Highlanders, 1861. 
DIED April 8th, 1874. 

Sainsbury, Charles (Mr. Rendall's), son of C. Sainsbury, Esq., Swainswick, 
Bath. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. I860;' M.A. 1864; 
Assistant Curate, Minehead, Somerset, since 1880; Prebendary of 
Wells. Rev. Prebendary Sainsbury, Minehead, Somerset. 

Smith, Henry Evelyn (The Grove), son of T. Smith, Esq., Colebrook Park, 
Tunbridge. Left 1854 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED Feb. 1858. 

Stanhope, Hon. Edward (Mr. Middlemisfs}, son of Philip, 5th Earl Stanhope. 
Monitor, 1857 ; Cricket XL 1859 ; left 1859 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 1st Class 
Mathematical Mods. ; B.A. 1862 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1862-70 ; M.A. 
1865 ; Barrister, 1865 ; of Revesby Abbey, Lines. ; M.P. Mid Lines., 
1874-85 ; Lines. (Horncastle), 1885-93 ; Parliamentary Sec. to Board 
of Trade, 1875-8 ; Under Sec. for India, 1878-80 ; Vice-Pres. of 
Council for Education in 1885 ; Pres. of the Board of Trade, 1885-6 ; 
Sec. for the Colonies, 1886-7 ; for War, 1887-92 ; Trustee of National 
Portrait Gallery. DIED Dec. 21st, 1893. An Entrance Scholarship 
was founded by his widow in his memory, 1895. 

Trotter, Frederick (H.B.), son of Capt. J. Trotter (O.H.), Dyrham Park, 
Barnet. Left 1856 2 . Capt. 13th Regt. ; of Dyrham Park ; J.P. and 
D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Herts. ; Lieut.-Col. Middlesex Militia. DIED 
Dec. llth, 1900. 

Tryon, Richard (The Head Master's), son of T. Tryon, Esq., Bulwick Park, 
Wansford. Left 1854 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1854 ; retired as Capt. 
1867; of The Lodge, Oakham ; J.P. Rutland (High Sheriff, 1881). 
DIED Dec. 12th, 1905. 

White, Charles William (Druries), son of Col. H. White, M.P., 1st Baron 
Annaly, 1863. Left 1853 2 . Joined Scots Fusilier Guards, 1856; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1876 ; of Cahercon House, Co. Clare ; M.P. 
Tipperary, 1866-75; Lord-Lieut, of Clare. DIED Oct. 15th, 1890. 



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Williams, Rees (Small Houses), son of W. Williams, Esq., Aberpergwm, Neath, 
S. Wales. Left 1856 3 . DIED 1863. 

Woodgate, Sidney William (Mr. Warner's), son of W. Woodgate, Esq., Sway- 
lands, Penshurst, Kent. Left 1855 3 . Solicitor, 1862. DIED at sea 
on his way to Australia, Feb. 25th, 1883. 

Wynter, Philip Henry Mascie (The Park), son of the Rev. P. Wynter, D.D., 
Pres. of St. John's Coll., Oxf. Left 1853 2 . Joined Bengal Army, 
1857 ; retired as Capt. 1868 ; served in the Indian Mutiny (medal) and 
Bhootan Campaign, 1865 (medal and clasp) ; Sub-Inspector of Fac- 
tories, Jan. 1868 ; Queen's Foreign Service Messenger, Feb. 1868 ; 
retired 1903 ; J.P. Oxon. ; author of " On the Queen's Errands," 
which contains an account of his life at Harrow. P. H. M. Wynter, 
Esq., The Hays, Cfiarlbury, Oxon. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1853. 

Badcock, Henry Jeffries (Mr. Warner's), son of H. Badcock, Esq., Wheatleigh 
Lodge, Taunton. Left 1856 3 . Banker at Taunton ; J.P. Somerset. 
H. J. Badcock, Esq., Broadlands, Taunton. 

Barclay, Charles Arthur (The Head Master's), son of A. K. Barclay, Esq. 
(O.K.), Bury Hill, Dorking. Left 1855 3 . Brewer ; F.R.G.S. DIED 
at Lausanne, Aug. 31st, 1901. 

Bower, Henry Syndereombe (Druries), son of the Rev. H. T. Bower, Fontmell 
Parva, Shillingstone, Dorset. Left 1857 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1860 ; J.P. Dorset. H. S. Bower, Esq., as above. 

Brooke, Henry (H.B. and The Park), son of H. Brooke, Esq., Wetheringsett 
Manor, Suffolk. Left 1857 3 . Of Wetheringsett ; J.P. Suffolk. DIED 
Nov. llth, 1892. 

Burnett, John David (The Park), son of J. R. F. Burnett, Esq. (O.K.), Vaux- 
hall, Surrey. Monitor, 1856 ; Head of the School, 1858 ; Cricket XI. 
1858-9; left 1859 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864. DIED at Pieter- 
maritzburg, Natal, June 1878. 

Cathcart, Reginald Archibald Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of Sir J. A. Cath- 
cart, 5th Bart. Left 1854 3 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1859; 
retired as Capt. ; succ. as 6th Bart. 1878 ; D.L. Aberdeen, Ayr, Bute, 
and Inverness. Sir Reginald A. E. Cathcart, Bart., 43, Brook Street, W. 

Clayton, Richard (Mr. Kendall's), son of the Rev. R. Clayton, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. Cricket XL 1858; Football XI. 1855-6; left 1858 2 . Joined 
68th L.I. 1858; retired as Capt. 1871 ; served in the New Zealand 
War, 1864-6 (medal) ; Banker, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; of Wylan Hall, 
Northumberland ; J.P. Northumberland. DIED Nov. 29th, 1903. 

Cobb, Robert Norton (Druries), son of Rev. R. Cobb, Ellingham Rectory, 
Bungay. Left 1855 2 . In 51st Regt. 

Coldham, Henry James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. W. Coldham, Esq., Anmer 
Hall, Lynn. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Anmer Hall ; J.P. 
Norfolk DIED July 1887. 

Copeland, Alfred James (Mr. Warner's), son of W. T. Copeland, Esq., M.P., 
Stoke-on- Trent. Left 1854 3 . China and Earthenware Manufacturer ; 
J.P. Herts, and Kent ; D.L. London ; late Lieut.-Col. Herts. R.V. ; 
V.D. ; F.S.A. ; Treasurer of Bridewell and Bethlehem Hospitals. 
A. J. Copeland, Esq., 3, Victoria Parade, Ramsgate. 

Croft, Archer Bernard (Small Houses), son of A. J. Croft, Esq., Greenham 
Lodge, New bury. Left 1854 1 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., Fellow, 1857-62 ; 
of Greenham Lodge ; J.P. Berks. DIED Jan. 18th, 1891. 



254 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1853 1 

Dalrymple, Charles (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir C. Dalrymple-Fergusson 
(O.H.), 5th Bart., of Kilkerran. Assumed the name of Dalrymple, 
1849; Monitor, 1857; left 1858 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862; 
M.A. 1865 ; Barrister, 1865 ; M.P. Bute, 1868-85 ; Ipswich, 1886-1906 ; 
Member of Cathedral Establishments Commission, 1879-85 ; Refor- 
matories and Industrial Schools Commission, 1882-3 ; Vaccination 
Commission, 1889-91; Scottish Universities Commission, 1889; Lord 
of the Treasury in 1885 ; created a Bart. 1887 ; P.C. 1905 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Haddington ; J.P. Midlothian and Ayr ; D.L. Bute. Right 
Hon. Sir C. Dalrymple, Bart., New Hailes, Midlothian, N.B. 
Fawcett, Christopher John Foyle (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. C. 
Fawcett, Somerford Keynes, Cirencester. Left 1857 2 . Univ. Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1865 ; Barrister, 1865 ; of North Bailey, 
Durham ; J.P. and D.L. Durham (High Sheriff, 1885) ; owner of 
racehorses and an authority on coursing. DIED Oct. 25th, 1904. 
Griffin, Lepel Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. H. Griffin, Stoke-by- 
Clare, Suffolk. Left 1853 1 . Indian C.S. 1860-89; Chief Sec. to Gov. 
of Punjab, 1870; Chief Political Officer in Afghanistan, 1880; Gov.- 
Gen. Agent for Central India, and Resident at Indore, 1881 ; Resident 
at Hyderabad, 1888 ; C.S.I. 1879 ; K.C.S.I. 1881 ; Chairman of Burma 
Ruby Mines Co., Imperial Bank of Persia, and East India Association ; 
author of various works. DIED March 9th, 1908. 
Holyoake, George William Henry (Druries), son of G. Holyoake, Esq., Neach- 

ley, Shifnal. Left 1853 1 . In 7th Fusiliers. DIED Aug. 23rd, 1880. 

Hopper, Thomas Henry (The Grove), son of the Rev. E. H. Hopper, The 

Hermitage, Chester-le-Street. Assumed the name of Shipperdson, 

1856 ; left 1856 3 . Lieut. N. Durham Militia. DIED April 28th, 1872. 

Hopton, Michael (Druries), son of the Rev. W. P. Hopton, Bishop's Frome, 

Bromyard. Left 1854 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1859 ; M.A. 1901 ; 

Vicar of Staunton Long, Salop, 1866-77 ; of Canon Frome, Hereford- 
shire, 1877-1903 ; Prebendary of Hereford ; J.P. Herefordshire. 
Rev. Prebendary Hopton, Holmer Hall, Hereford. 
Lang, Robert (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of A. Lang, Esq., Sudbury 

Hill, Harrow. Monitor, 1858; Cricket XL 1855-9; Capt. 1858-9; 

Football XL 1858-9 ; left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 
1866 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1860-2 ; Vicar of Silsoe, Beds., 1872-81 ; 

Clerical Sec. Church Missionary Society, 1881-92 ; Vicar of Old Warden, 

Beds., 1892-1903; Rector of Woodham Walter, Essex, 1903. DIED 

March 23rd, 1908. ' 
Lockhart, Edgar Henry (Druries), son of J Lockhart, Esq., Sherfield House, 

Romsey. Monitor, 1856 ; Neeld Scholar, 1857 ; left 1857 2 . Univ. 

Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods. ; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1865 ; Stowell Fellow, 
1865-8 ; Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1862. DIED May 20th, 1868. 
Macleod, Norman Magnus ( The Head Master's), son of N. Macleod (of Macleod), 

(O.K.), Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, N.B. Left 1858 1 . 23rd Chief 

of his Clan ; joined 74th Highlanders, 1858 ; retired as Capt. 1872 ; 

served as Political Agent on Transvaal Border during the Zulu War ; 

commanded Swazi Contingent against Secoceni in Transvaal, 1879 ; 

C.M.G. 1880 ; Commr. for Congested Districts in Scotland, 1900 ; 

J.P. and D.L. Inverness. The Macleod, C.M.G., as above, 
Maenaghten, Francis Hill ( The Park), son of E. Macnaghten, Esq., Monkhams, 

Woodford, Essex. Left 1854 3 . Joined 5th Bengal Cavalry, 1856 ; 

retired as Capt. DIED Jan. 14th, 1868. 
Miles, Samuel Barrett (The Park), son of Gen. W. Miles, H.E.I.C.S. Left 

1855 1 . Joined Bombay Army, 1857 ; retired as Col. ; served as 

Political Agent at Muskat, Consul-Gen, at Baghdad and Zanzibar, and 

Resident at Oodeypore. Col. S. B. Miles, Homewood, Hinton 

Charterhouse, near Bath. 



CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 255 

Osborn, Henry John Robert (The Head Master's), son of Sir G. R. Osborn, 
6th Bart. Left 1857 1 . In 1st Life Guards ; J.P. and D.L. Beds. 
LOST, crossing from Belgium, March 29th, 1889. 

Simpson, Orlando John George Bridgeman- ( The Grove), son of the Rev. W. 
Bridgeman-Simpson, Babworth Rectory, East Retford. Left 1856 2 . 
Land Agent ; of Wentbridge, Pontefract ; Major Yorks. Yeomanry. 
DIED July 5th, 1907. 

Smith, George Marker (The Park), son of the Rev. G. T. Smith, Uffculme 
Vicarage, Collumpton. Assumed the name of Marker, 1854 ; left 
1855 1 . Of Crabwood, Old Shirley, Southampton ; J.P. Devon ; 
Lieut. N. Devon Yeomanry. DIED Oct. 12th, 1904. 

Sutton, Henry Charles Manners- (Mr. Warner's), son of the Hon J. H. T. 

Manners-Sutton, 3rd Viscount Canterbury, 1869. Left 1855 2 . Magd. 

Coll. Camb. ; Private Sec. to his father (Gov. of Trinidad and Victoria), 

1864-71 ; succ. as 4th Viscount, 1877 ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk. 

Viscount Canterbury, Brooke House, Norwich. 

Toller, John Edward (Mr. Warner's), son of S. B. Toller, Esq. (O.H.), Lincoln's 
Inn, W.C. Left 1857 2 . Joined R.E. 1860; Capt. 1873. DIED 
Jan. 23rd, 1879. 

Tompson, Edward Carrier Smith (The Head Master's), son of E. Tompson, 
Esq., Dromenagh, Iver Heath, Bucks. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. and M.A. 1863 ; Barrister, 1865 ; of Round Coppice, Iver Heath ; 
J.P. Bucks ; Major Oxfordshire Militia. DIED May 1st, 1900. 

Wood, John Gathorne (The Park), son of J. Wood, Esq., Thedden Grange, 
Alton, Hants. Left 1853 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; late in 17th Regt. ; J.P. 
and D.L. Hants. J. G. Wood, Esq., Shalden Manor, Alton. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1853. 

Annesley, John George (H.B. and Small Houses), son of A. L. Annesley, Esq., 
Arley Castle, Bewdley. Left 1856 2 . In llth Hussars. DIED 
Oct. 2nd, 1892. 

Arbuthnot, Hugh Gough (Mr. Bradby's), son of A. F. Arbuthnot, Esq., 25, 
Hyde Park Gardens, W. Left 1857 2 . Senior Partner in Arbuthnot, 
Latham & Co., Merchants and Bankers ; D.L. London. DIED 
June 1st, 1905. 

Ashley, Hon. Anthony Lionel George (Mr. Warner's), son of Anthony, 7th 
Earl of Shaftesbury (O.H.). Monitor, 1856 ; left 1856 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., M.A. 1860; J.P. and D.L. Dorset. How. A. L. G. Ashley, 
Audley Mansions, South Audley Street, W. 

Baillie, Arthur Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Baillie, Esq. (O.K.), 10th 
Earl of Haddington, 1858. Left 1853 2 . Univ. Coll. Durham, B.A. 
1859 ; M.A. 1862 ; Vicar of Ridgmont, Beds., 1866-83 ; Rector of 
Combs, Suffolk, 1883-95 ; Vicar of Badley, Suffolk, 1884-95 ; Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, 1885-94 ; J.P. Suffolk ; assumed the additional 
name of Hamilton, 1859. DIED May llth, 1910. 

Baring, Denzii Hugh (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Hon. Francis Baring (O.H.), 
3rd Baron Ashburton, 1864. Left 1856 3 . DIED at Nice, May 26th, 
1866. 

Bentinck, Walter Theodore Edward (Mr. Bradby's), son of Mrs. Bentinck, 59, 
Montpelier Road, Brighton. Left 1854 3 . Some time in the 15th 
Hussars ; of Froyle House, Alton, Hants. DIED June 22nd, 1901. 

Birch, Charles George Robert (Small Houses), son of the Rev. C. Birch, Sawtry 
Rectory, Stilton. Left 1853 3 . Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1861; 
LL.M. 1867; Rector of Brancaster, Norfolk, 1868. DIED 1903. 



256 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Boyle, Robert Frederick (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Hon. J. Boyle, M.P., 
Ditton, Torquay. Monitor, 1858 ; left 1859 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1866 ; Fellow of All Souls, 1865 ; Barrister, 1866 ; 
H.M. Inspector of Schools. DIED May 15th, 1883. 

Bradshaw, John (The Park), son of J. Bradshaw, Esq., Knowle, Guildford. 
Left 1857 1 . Of Mount Fleury, Montreux, Switzerland. DIED about 
1895. 

Bright, Hugh Theyler ( The Head Master's), son of S. Bright, Esq., Sandheys, 
Liverpool. Left 1856 2 . DIED 1866. 

Buller, Redvers Henry (Mr. Bradby's), son of J. W. Buller, Esq. (O.H.), 
Downes, Crediton. Left 1853 2 . Afterwards at Eton ; joined 60th, 
Rifles, 1858; Gen. 1896; served in China (1860), with Red River 
Expedition (1870), in Ashanti (1874), in Kaffir War (1878), in Zulu 
War (1878-9), and in Egypt (1882); Gen. Commanding in Natal in 
Boer War ; held various appointments under the War Office and 
commanded the troops at Aldershot, 1898-9 and 1900-1 ; Under-Sec, 
for Ireland, 1887 ; Col. K.R.R.C. ; of Downes ; J.P. and D.L. Devon ; 
G.C.B. ; G.C.M.G. ; V.C. ; P.C. (I.). DIED June 2nd, 1908. 

Callander, John Alexander Burn- (Mr. Bradby's), son of W. Burn-Callander, 
Esq., of Preston Hall, Edinburgh. Left 1854 1 . Joined R.H.G. 1858 ; 
of Preston Hall. DIED Sept. 25th, 1 865. 

Clark, Stanley Yeatman (Mr. Rendall's), son of M. Clark, Esq., Bromston 
House, Isle of Thanet. Left 1855 3 . Joined 17th Lancers, 1861; 
retired as Col. 1882 ; served in Zulu War, 1879 (medal). Col. S. Y. 
Clark, Naval and Military Club, W. 

Clay, Joseph Bonham (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. J. Clay, Warley Hill, 
Brentwood. Left 1853 3 . Joined 13th Hussars, 1860; retired as 
Capt. ; lived for many years at Norwood ; went out to Canada. 

Corry, Montagu William Lowry- (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Right Hon. H. T. 
Lowry-Corry, M.P. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. 
B.A. 1860 ; Barrister, 1863 ; Private Sec. to the Earl of Beaconsfield, 
1866-81 ; Acting Sec. of Embassy at the Congress of Berlin, 1878 ; 
created Baron Rowton, 1880 ; K.C.V.O. ; C.B. ; P.C. DIED Nov. 9th, 
1903. 

Currie, Arthur Drummond (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. Currie, Esq.. High 
Elms, Watford. Left 1858 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; joined 41st Regt. 
1860 ; retired as Col. ; of Langherne, Martley, Worcester ; J.P. 
Worcs. DIED Sept. 21st, 1906. 

Dalzell, Robert Augustus ( The Head Master's), son of the Hon. H. B. Dalzell, 
llth Earl of Carnwath, 1876. Left 1855 2 . Capt. Scots Guards. DIED 
at Cannes, April 20th, 1869. 

Denny, Robert Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. R. D. Denny, Shed- 
field Parsonage, Wickham, Hants. Left 1854 3 . Late in 22nd Regt. ; 
succ. as 5th Bart., 1889. 

Bering, George Edwardes ( The Grove), son of Sir E. C. Dering (O.H.), 8th Bart. 
Left 1854 1 . Afterwards at Winchester ; Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
Barrister, 1865 ; Assessor of the Liberty of Romney and Recorder of 
Faversham, 1872. DIED April 15th, 1902. 

Dewhurst, George Bakewell ( The Head Master's), son of G. C. Dewhurst, Esq., 
Beech wood, Lymm, Cheshire. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of 
Clayton Green, Lanes., and Oughtrington Park, Cheshire ; J.P. 
Cheshire. DIED April 18th, 1891. 



1853 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. $51 

Du Boulay, Henry Houssemayne (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. F. Du 
Boulay, Lawhitton Rectory, Launcestoii. Left 1858 1 . Exeter Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1892 ; Domestic Chaplain to Bishop Philpotts 
of Exeter, 1864-9 ; Vicar of Sithney, Cornwall, 1869-80 ; of Newlyn, 
Cornwall, 1880-92 ; Hon. Canon of Truro, 1882 ; Proctor in Convoca- 
tion for Chapter of Truro, 1887 ; Rector of Lawhitton, Cornwall, and 
Archdeacon of Bodmin, 1892. Yen. Archdeacon Du Boulay, as above. 

Fairfleld, Digby WIHoughby George (Mr. Bradby's), son of Major C. G. Fair- 
field (O.H.), Mounteagle, Co. Kerry. Left 1853 3 . In R.A. DIED at 
Calcutta, July 4th, 1863. 

Fawcett, Rowland Hill (Mr. Warner's), son of E. G. Fawcett, Esq., Bombay 
C.S. Left 1854 3 . Joined 33rd (W. Riding) Regt. 1858 ; retired as 
Lieut.-Col. 1881 ; p.s.c. ; served in Abyssinian Campaign, 1868 
(present at storming of Magdala ; medal). Lieut.-Col. R. H. Fawcett, 
11, Queen's Parade, Bath. 

Grant, Ferdinand Cecil Hope (The Park), son of Sir F. Grant (O.H.), P.R.A., 
The Lodge, Melton Mowbray. Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1862 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1863 ; Vicar of Kimbolton, Hunts., 1867-75; 
Chaplain to King Edward VII. when Prince of Wales, and to the Duke 
of Manchester. DIED May 7th, 1875. 

Greenaway, Henry Charles (Mr. Warner's), son of Mrs. Greenaway, Church 
End, Finchley. Left 1853 3 . Entered Bengal Army, 1859 ; Capt. 
1868. DIED 1879. 

Grissell, Hart well De la Garde (Small Houses), son of T. Grissell, Esq., Norbury 
Park, Dorking. Left 1855 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., S.C.L. and B.A. 
1865; M.A. 1866; Cameriere Segreto at the Vatican, 1869-1907; 
author of " Sede Vacante " (papal conclave), 1904 ; Numismatist and 
Archaeologist ; F.S.A. DIED at Rome, June 10th, 1907. 

Gunter, William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Gunter, Esq., Cole Hill House, 

Fulham. Left 1855 1 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860 ; Chaplain 

R.N. 1864-81 ; Curate-in-Charge of New Sampford, Essex, 1881-8 ; 

Rector of Abberton, Essex, 1888. DIED May 3rd, 1901. 
Hausburg, Leopold Promoli (The Head Master's), son of F. L. Hausburg, Esq., 

24, Church Street, Liverpool. Left 1855 1 . DIED Dec. 12th, 1859. 
Hawes, Edward (Small Houses), son of R. Hawes, Esq., Coltishall, Norwich. 

Left 1853 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1867 ; Solicitor, 1865. 

E. Hawes, Esq., 7, Great Winchester Street, E.G. 
Hayes, Samuel Hercules (The Park), son of Sir E. S. Hayes, 3rd Bart., of 

Drumboe Castle. Left 1856 3 . Joined 21st Fusiliers, 1858; after- 
wards in 10th Regt. and 2nd Life Guards, 1861; retired as Capt. 

1872 ; succ. as 4th Bart. 1860 ; J.P. and D.L. Donegal (High Sheriff, 

1880). DIED at Madeira, Nov. 6th, 1901. 
Heberden, Henry Buller (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. Heberden, 

Broadhembury Vicarage, Honiton. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1858 2 . 

Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1865 ; Rector of Litchfield, Hants., 

1872-6; of Stapleton, Glos., 1876-90; of Oddington, Glos., 1890. 

DIED June 30th, 1906. 
Hornby, Edward Ken worthy (Druries), son of W. H. Hornby, Esq., M.P., 

Blackburn. Left 1855 3 . Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer; M.P. 

Blackburn, 1869-74. DIED June 1887. 
Hudson, John Alfred (Druries), son of J. G. Hudson, Esq., 3, Connaught 

Place, W. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 

1863. DIED 1874. 
Ingle, John (Mr. Bradby's), son of J. Ingle, Esq., Sandford Orleigh, Newton 

Abbot. Left 1856 3 . Magd. Hall, Oxf. ; late in 78th Highlanders. 

J. Ingle, Esq., 25, Kensington Gate, W. 

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Jackson, Randle (The Park), son of E. J. Jackson, Esq., 6, Coates Crescent, 
Edinburgh. Left 1854 1 . Joined 77th Regt. 1856; afterwards in 
32nd Regt. and 8th Hussars ; retired as Capt. 1874 ; of Swordale, 
Evanton, Ross-shire ; J.P. and D.L. Ross ; J.P. Fife ; Major Fife 
Light Horse Volunteers. DIED Jan. 20th, 1902. 

Jekyll, Edward Joseph (The Park), son of E. J. H. Jekyll, Esq., Wargravo 
Hill, Berks. Left 1854 3 . Joined 64th Regt. 1862 ; retired as Capt. 
1877; J.P. and D.L. Beds. E. J. Jekyll, Esq., Higham Bury, 
Ampthill, Beds. 

Lascelles, Frank Cavendish (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Right Hon. W. S. S. 
Lascelles, M.P., Campden Hill, W. Left 1858 1 . Entered Diplomatic 
Service, 1861 ; Agent and Consul-Gen, in Bulgaria, 1879-87 ; Minister 
at Bucharest, 1887-91; at Teheran, 1891-4; Ambassador at St. 
Petersburg, 1894-5 ; at Berlin, 1895-1908 ; K.C.M.G. 1886 ; G.C.M.G. 
1892 ; P.C. 1894 ; G.C.B. 1897 ; G.C.V.O. 1904 ; Knight of the Black 
Eagle (Prussia). Right Hon. Sir Frank Lascelles, O.C.B., Athe- 
nceum Club, S.W. 

Latham, Ernest (The Grove), son of A. Latham, Esq. (O.H.), Hollow Dene. 
Frensham, Farnham. Left 1854 2 . Civil Engineer. DIED Aug. 1904. 

Long, Henry Charles Dudley (The Head Master's), son of H. L. Long, Esq. 
(O.H.), Hampton Lodge, Farnham. Left 1855 3 . Of Hampton Lodge. 
DIED June 7th, 1870. 

Luck, Frederick George (H.B.), son of the Rev. C. Luck, Ivy House, Harrow. 
Left 1855 3 . Of the Olives, Wadhurst ; F.R.G.S. DIED July 1st, 1896. 

Marshall, Francis Albert (Small Houses), son of W. Marshall, Esq., Patterdale 
Hall, Penrith. Left 1859 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Clerk in Audit Office, 
Somerset House ; retired 1868 ; a well-known Playwright and 
Journalist; published "A Study of Hamlet," 1875, and was Joint 
Editor with Sir Henry Irving of a new edition of Shakespeare. DIED 
Dec. 29th, 1889. 

Meredith, Charles (The Park), son of C. Meredith, Esq., 8, New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, W.C. Left 1857 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 
1864; Solicitor, 1865. C. Meredith, Esq., as above. 

Murray, Frederick John George (The Grove), son of the Hon. C. J. Murray, 
Warren Wood, Herts. Left 1855 1 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; joined 18th 
Hussars, 1862 ; transferred to 3rd Dragoon Guards ; retired as Col. 
1885. Col. F. J. G. Murray, Deddington House, New Street, Oxford. 

Neal, William ( The Park), son of W. Neal, Esq., Kingsdon Manor, Taunton. 
Left 1856 1 . Joined 52nd Regt. 1857 ; retired as Capt. ; of Kingsdon 
Manor; J.P. Somerset. DIED Nov. 4th, 1901. 

Pardoe, John (Mr. Rendall's), son of the Rev. J. Pardoe, Leyton Vicarage, 
Essex. Left 1858 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; Rector of Grave- 
ley, Herts., 1879-92. DIED April 23rd, 1892. 

Phipps, Edmund Constantine Henry (Mr. Warner's), son of the Hon. E. Phipps 
(O.H.), 17, Park Lane, W. Left 1854 1 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 
1858 ; 3rd Sec. 1863 ; 2nd Sec. 1865 ; Sec. of Legation, 1881 ; Consul- 
Gen, for Hungary, 1881-5 ; Sec. of Embassy at Vienna, 1885-91 ; at 
Paris, 1892-4 ; a British Commissioner on the Anglo-French Com- 
mission for the Delimitation of the British and French Spheres of 
Influence in the Neighbourhood of the Niger ; concluded the Sierra 
Leone and Gold Coast Delimitation Treaties ; Envoy Extraordinary 
and Minister Plenipotentiary at Rio de Janeiro, 1894 ; at Brussels, 
1900-5, where he was British Delegate at the Sugar Conference, 1901-2 ; 
retired 1906; C.B. 1894; K.C.M.G. 1902. DIED at Cannes, 
March 15th, 1911. 



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Rickman, Albert Divett (Mr. RendalVs), son of S. P. Rickman, Esq., 5, Ade- 
laide Crescent, Brighton. Left 1855 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1855; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1881 ; served on N.W. Frontier of India, 1863-4 
(medal and clasp) ; of Kingston Lisle, Wantage. DIED Feb. 14th, 
1909. 

Rogers, Henry Middleton (The Grove], son of J. Rogers, Esq., River Hill. 
Sevenoaks. Cricket XL 1859 ; left 1859 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf. ; Indian 
C.S. 1860 ; Assistant Magistrate and Collector, Shahjehanpore, 1863-5 ; 
in charge of Phillibect sub-division and settlement, 1865-6 ; Assistant 
Settlement Officer, Meerut District, 1867-70 ; Azimgarh District, 1873 ; 
received thanks of Secretary of State for conduct during the floods in 
that city ; joint Magistrate of Allahabad, 1873-4 ; invalided 1874 ; 
J.P. Kent. H. M. Rogers, Esq., Rusthall Elms, Tunbridge Wells. 

St. Aubyn, Walter Napleton Molesworth- (Mr. OxenJiam's), son of the Rev. H. 
Molesworth-St. Aubyn (O.H.), Clowance, Cornwall. Previously at 
Marlborough ; left 1853 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1865 ; 
Barrister, 1863 ; M.P. Helston, 1880-5. DIED June 29th, 1895. 

Shapter, John Gibbs (The Park), son of J. Shapter, Esq., Q.C., 20, Devonshire 
Place, W. Left 1855 1 . DIED 1869. 

Sneyd, Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Sneyd, Esq., Belmont, near Leek, 
Staffs. Left 1856 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861; M.A. 1872; no 
profession. H. Sneyd, Esq., Lent Hill, near Ashburton, Devon. 

Swlnny, Henry Hoste (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. H. H. Swinny, 
Cuddesdon Theological Coll., Oxford. Left 1859 3 . Joined 22nd 
Regt. 1861 ; retired 1869 ; resided for many years in Canada. DIED 
Nov. 10th, 1906. 

Thomas, William Jones (The Park), son of the Rev. W. J. Thomas, Llan- 
thomas, Hay, Breconshire. Left 1854 3 . Capt. 2nd Dragoon Guards ; 
served in Indian Mutiny (medal) ; of Llanthomas ; J.P. and D.L. 
Hereford, Brecon, and Radnor; Col. 3rd (Militia) Batt. S. Wales 
Borderers, and A.D.C. to Queen Victoria. DIED Sept. 24th, 1909. 

Toogood, Frederick Baruch (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. B. Toogood, Esq., Tor 
Mohun, Devon. Left 1857 3 . Balliol Coll. and St. Alban Hall, Oxf., 
B.A. 1862; Barrister, 1865; Solicitor and Parliamentary Agent, 
1873-81 ; of 16, Parliament Street, S.W. DIED July 1st, 1881. 

Townshend, Frederick Trench (Mr. Kendall's), son of R. Townshend, Esq., 

Myross Wood, Co. Cork. Left 1856 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1860 ; 

joined 2nd Life Guards, 1861 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 1882 ; Col. 1886 ; 

commanded the Regt. 1888-94 ; retired 1894 ; served in the Egyptian 

War, 1882 (wounded at Kassassin ; medal, Khedive's Star and 4th 

Class Osmanieh) ; F.R.G.S. Col. Townshend, 6, William Street, 

Lowndes Square, S.W. 
Upcher, Henry Morris (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of H. R. Upcher, Esq. 

(O.H.), Sheringham Hall, Norfolk. Cricket XL 1858 ; left 1858 a . 

Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. Norfolk (High Sheriff, 1899) ; F.Z.S. ; 

member of the British Ornithological Union. H. M. Upcher, Esq., as 

above. 
Vickers, Randall William (Mr. RendalVs), son of W. R. Vickers, Esq., 32, 

Baker Street, W. Left 1857 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862; M.A. 

1865 ; Vicar of Pishill, Oxon., 1871-8 ; of Naburn, Yorks., 1878-1904. 

Rev. Randall W. Vickers, Cedar Hall, Frenchay, Bristol. 
Warner, George Townsend (Mr. Warner's), son of the Rev. G. T. Warner, 

Harrow. Left 1853 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1868 ; 

C.U. Racket Player (Doubles), 1864 ; Head Master of Newton Coll., 

Devonshire, 1875-95 ; Rector of Alfold, Surrey, 1895 ; Chaplain for 

many years to 5th V.B. Devonshire Regt. ; V.D. DIED Nov. 22nd, 

1902. 



260 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1853 2 -53 8 

Webster, George Kennedy (The Head Master's], son of G. Webster, Esq., 

Roxeth Villa, Harrow. Left I860 2 . Entered Indian C.S. 1863 ; 

retired 1877; Barrister, 1863; J.P. Argyll. . K. Webster, Esq., 

25, Tedworth Square, S. W. 
Williams, Lleishon D'Aven (Small Houses), son of W. Williams, Esq., Aber- 

pergwm, Neath, S. Wales. Left 1857 1 . DIED Jan. 20th, 1860. 
Williams, Michael (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir W. Williams, 1st Bart., of 

Tregullow. Left 1857 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1864 ; 

J.P. Cornwall. DIED April 24th, 1905. 
Williamson, Alexander Balf our Ker (Mr. Bradby's),son of J. Williamson, Esq . , of 

Cardrona House, Peebles, N.B. Left 1855 2 . Capt. 78th Highlanders ; of 

Cardrona House ; J.P. Peebles and Selkirk. DIED Oct. 24th, 1865. 
Wilson, FitzRoy (Small Houses and The Park), son of H. Wilson, Esq., Stow- 

langtoft Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. Left 1856 1 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 

1858; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1880; p.s.c. ; of Ackworth House, East 

Bergholt, Suffolk. DIED Dec. 24th, 1887. 
Wilson, William Reginald (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Wilson, Esq., Brink- 

cliffe Tower, near Sheffield. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; 

M.A. 1864 ; Vicar of Bolsterstone, Yorks., 1867 ; Rural Dean of Eccles- 

field, 1891 ; Canon and Prebendary of Langtoft in York Cathedral, 

1899 ; Proctor in Convocation for the Archdeaconry of Sheffield, 1899- 

1910. Rev. Canon Wilson, W alder sliaigh, Bolsterstone, Sheffield. 
Wodehouse, Charles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. P. Wodehouse (O.H.), 

Wribbenhall, Bewdley. Left 1855 2 . Joined 12th Bombay N.I. 1855 ; 

Col. Indian S.C. ; Political Agent at Kolhapur, Bombay ; C.I.E. 

DIED at sea, on his way to England, Aug. 18th, 1893. 
Yates, William Hassells (Mr. Bradby's), son of Capt. Yates, R.N. Left 1854 1 . 

Joined Bombay Army, 1857 ; retired as Major. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1853. 

Adair, Henry Atkinson (The Park), son of A. Adair, Esq. (O.H.), Heatherton 
Park, Taunton. Left 1856 2 . Joined 52nd Regt. (Oxfordshire L.I.), 
1858 ; retired as Major, 1894 ; served in the Indian Mutiny ; called up 
in 1902 as Major to command the Depot Companies during the Boer 
War. Major H. A. Adair, 2, Linton Road, Oxford. 

Ark wright, Edwyn (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. H. Arkwright, Esq., Hampton 
Court, Leominster. Monitor, 1857 ; left 1858 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1865 ; Assistant Chaplain, Hampton Court Palace, 
1865-7. Rev. E. Arkwright, 36, Seymour Street, W. 

Becher, John Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. D. Becher, Hill 
House, Southwell. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; of 
Hill House ; J.P. Notts. DIED April 13th, 1903. 

Bill, John (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Bill, Esq., Farley Hall, Cheadle. DIED 
at Harrow, Feb. 2nd, 1856. 

Birch, Richard Graham (Mr. Warner's), son of Lieut.-Gen. Sir R. J. H. Birch, 
K.C.B. Left 1855 2 . Entered H.E.I.Co.'s Mil. Service, 1856; posted 
to 1st Bengal Cavalry ; transferred to British Army (19th Hussars) ; 
reverted to Indian Army on appointment to Government Stud De- 
partment ; served in Indian Mutiny, 1857-8, under Sir H. Havelock 
and Sir J. Outram (present at the engagements at Futteypore, Cawn- 
pore, etc., the forced entry to, and relief of Lucknow, and subse- 
quent defence of the garrison ; medal and clasp ; life pension for 
wounds, and year's additional service for pension on retirement) ; 
held appointments on Brigade and General Staff in India ; retired as 
Col. 1883 ; Government Inspector, Department of Art and Science, 
1885-95 ; Hon. Sec. Cornwall Branch of British Red Cross Society. 
Col. R. Q. Birch, Dilkusha, Newquay, Cornwall. 



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Boulderson, Samuel (Mr. Warner's), son of S. M. Botilderson, Esq., of Inverawe, 
Barran, N.B. Left 1856 1 . Lieut.-Col. R.A. ; served in the Indian 
Mutiny and with 17th Lancers in Zulu War, 1878-9 (present at Ulundi ; 
mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp). DIED 1893. 

Boulton, Joseph (Druries), son of T. Boulton, Esq., Forebridge Villa, Stafford. 
Left 1856 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; joined II 2th Regt. 1861 ; 
transferred to 14th Hussars, 1865 ; served in New Zealand War, 
1863-4; J.P. Dorset. DIED Sept. 16th, 1874. 

Brymer, William Ernest (Druries), son of J. Brymer, Esq., Ilsington House, 
Dorchester, Dorset. Left 1858 1 . Trin! Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; 
M.A. 1864 ; of Ilsington ; M.P. Dorchester, 1874-85 ; S. Dorset, 
1891-1906; J.P. Dorset (High Sheriff, 1887); Deputy Prov. Grand 
Master, Dorset Freemasons ; Past Grand Master, Mark League, St. 
Colomb; Col. Dorset Yeomanry. DIED at Jerez, Spain, May 9th, 
1909. 

Capel, Arthur William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of Col. E. S. Capel, Lady's Close, 
Watford. Left 1855 3 . Col. (retired) Bengal Cavalry. 

Castellain, Alfred (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of A. Castellain, Esq., Aigburth, 
Liverpool. Left 1858 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865; 
Vice-Consul for Chili, 1873-81. A. Castellain, Esq., 19, Pulteney Road, 
Bath. 

Castellain, Charles (Mr. Middlemist's), twin brother of the above. Left 1 858 3 . 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1865. C. Castellain, Esq., White- 
well, Cranbrook, Kent. 

Chaplin, John Worthy (The Grove), son of W. J. Chaplin, Esq., M.P., Ewhurst 
Park Basingstoke. Left 1856 1 . Joined 67th Regt. 1858 ; afterwards 
in 100th Regt. and 8th Hussars ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1884 ; served 
in China and Afghan Wars (2 medals) ; awarded the Victoria Cross 
for gallantry at the capture of the Taku Forts, Aug. 21st, 1860 ; C.B. 
1887. Col. J. W. Chaplin, C.B., V.C., Kibworth Hall, Leicester. 

Clutton, Robert George (Druries), son of J. Glutton, Esq., 8, Whitehall Place, 
S.W. Left 1856 2 . Surveyor. DIED March 10th, 1907. 

Cochrane, James Henry (Small Houses), son of J. Cochrane, Esq., Lochiar, 
Cork, Ireland. Left 1853 3 . Caius Coll. Camb. 

Darlington, Frederick Arthur (The Head Master's), son of J. Darlington, Esq. 
Shepley Hall, Leeds. Left 1855 3 . Gas Engineer ; A.M.I.C.E. F. A. 
Darlington, Esq., Marbury, 55, Amesbury Avenue, Streatham, S.W. 

Drewe, Albert Cecil Robert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. S. Drewe, Esq., Grange, 
Honiton. Left 1854 3 . In 5th Fusiliers. DIED May 4th, 1879. 

Elwes, Charles Walter (Mr. Warner's), son of J. M. Elwes, Esq. (O.K.), Bossing- 
ton, Stockbridge, Hants. Left 1855 3 . M.D. ; of 2, Dorset Square, 
N.W. DIED Nov. 13th, 1872. 

Fladgate, Francis Pedro Gauntlett (Druries), son of J. A. Fladgate, Esq. (O.H.), 
Oporto. Left 1855 2 . Wine Grower in Portugal. DIED at Oporto, 
Sept. llth, 1888. 

Fraser, James Campbell (H.B.), son of W. Fraser, Esq., of Skipness Castle, 
Argyllshire. Left 1855 3 . Was one of the first officers to join the 
Volunteers (19th Lanes.), his commission being dated Jan. 20th, 1860 ; 
a great traveller ; was in Japan, 1862-9, when the country was practi- 
cally closed to Europeans ; captained the Yokohama side in a cricket 
match (Yokohama v. The Fleet), played under curious circumstances 
at Yokohama in 1863 (see Cricket, April 16th, 1908); travelled in 
the first train that crossed America from New York to San Francisco, 
and stayed for a week in Salt Lake City as the guest of Brigham Young ; 
had the unique distinction, for an Englishman, of representing the 
city of Mobile at the National Nicaragua Canal Convention at New 
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Fraser, Alexander George (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1856 2 . In 
22nd and 89th Regts. ; subsequently a Squatter in Queensland. DIED 
Aug. 3rd, 1898. 

Gibb, Duncan (Druries), son of D. Gibb, Esq., Liverpool. Left 1855 3 . 

Glyn, Ashley Carr (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. C. Glyn, Esq., 1st Baron Wolver- 
ton, 1869. Left 1858 1 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Law and History ; 
B.A. 1862; Barrister, 1864. DIED Sept. llth, 1875. 

Gosling, Henry Monteith (The Head Master's), son of Major Gosling. Left 
1856 1 . 

Hardinge, Herbert Richard (Druries), son of Gen. R. Hardinge, R.A., K.H. 
Left 1854 2 . Joined 32nd Regt. 1858 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1881. 
Lieut.- Col. H. R. Hardinge, Abbeville House, Exeter. 

Heathfleld, Edward Eames (H.B), son of R Heathfieki Esq., Lincoln's Inn, 
WC. Left 1858 1 . In the Probate Office, Somerset House. DIED 
Aug. 9th, 1909. 

Hensley, Robert Mitton ( H. B.), son of L. Hensley, Esq., M.D. Monitor, 1858 ; 
left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; engaged in philanthropic 
work; Chairman Metropolitan Asylums Board, 1901-4; Knighted 
1902; J.P. London. Sir R. M. Hensley , Armidale, 309, Upper 
Richmond Road, Putney, S.W. 

Hotchkis, John (Small Houses), son of J. Hotchkis, Esq., Llanwysk, Crick- 
ho^el. Left 1854 2 . J.P. and D.L. Brecon; J.P. Co. Radnor. J. 
Hotchkia, Esq., Leycroft, Taunton. 

Jamieson, Robert (Mr. Bradby's), son of G. Jamieson, Esq., Glasgow. Moni- 
tor, 1857; left 1858 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1865; 
Barrister, 1865. DIED April 1894. 

Liddell, Robert Spencer (Druries), son of Sir J. Liddell, K.C.B., 72, Chester 
Square, S.W. Left 1857 1 . Joined 15th Regt. 1858 ; transferred to 
10th Hussars, 1860; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1886-90; retired as 
Col. 1897 ; served in Soudan Campaign, 1884 (present at El Teb and 
Tamai ; mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp, bronze star, and 
3rd Class Medjidie) ; of Cerney House, Cirencester. DIED June 16th, 
1903. 

McAdam, James John Loudon (Druries), son of J. McAdam, Esq., Tindon End, 
Thaxted, Essex. Left 1853 3 . Joined 10th Hussars; exchanged to 
7th Dragoon Guards ; retired as Major, 1874 ; served in Indian 
Mutiny ; of Greenhill House, Sherborne ; J.P. and C.C. Dorset ; J.P. 
Essex ; Governor of Sherborne School. DIED Feb. 23rd, 1910. 

Mirehouse, John (Druries), son of the Rev. W. S. Mirehouse (O.H.), Ham- 
brook Grove, Bristol. Left 1857 3 . Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; 
M.A. 1865; Rector of Colsterworth, Lines., 1864-1910. DIED 
Jan. 18th, 1911. 

Ogilvie, Hugh Robert ( H. B.), son of W. C. Ogilvie, Esq., Harrow. Left 1855 1 . 
Joined Madras Infantry, 1859; Lieut.-Col. 1885. DIED in India, 1887. 

Ramsden, Frank (Small Houses), son of Capt. F. Ramsden, R.N., Hexthorpe, 
Doncaster. Left 1857 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1864 ; 
Barrister, 1866 ; of Hexthorpe, Doncaster ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding 
Yorks. DIED May 24th, 1903. 

Shore, Hon. Charles John (Mr. Warner's), son of Charles, 2nd Baron Teign- 
mouth. Left 1856 1 . Joined Scots Guards, 1859; retired as Capt. 
1864 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1885 ; J.P. and D.L. N. Riding Yorks. 
Lord Teignmouth, Crossways, Oxford. 



1853 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 263 

Smyly, William Cecil (Druries), son of J. G. Smyly, Esq., Q.C., 23, Upper 
Merrion Street, Dublin. Football XI. 1858; left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., LL.B. 1863 ; C.U. VIII. 1862-3 ; Barrister, 1865; Q.C. 1891 ; 
County Court Judge of Derbyshire, 1895-1902 ; of Bow and Shore- 
ditch, 1902 ; J.P. Derbyshire. His Honour Judge Smyly, K.C., 84, 
St. George's Square, S.W. 

Stewart, Duncan John (H.B.), son of J. Stewart, Esq., M.P., Harrow. Left 
1854 2 . Major 3rd Bengal N.I. DIED in India, April 26th, 1885. 

Storr, Francis (Small Houses), son of the Rev. F. Storr (O.H.), Acton Vicarage, 
Nantwich. Monitor, 1856 ; Lyon Scholar, 1856 ; left 1857 2 . Scholar 
of Trin. Coll. Camb., Bell Univ. Scholar, 1858 ; 6th Classic ; B.A. 1861 ; 
late Sixth Form Master at Marlborough Coll. and Chief Master of 
Modern Subjects, Merchant Taylors' School ; retired 1901 ; editor 
of Journal of Education ; member of many educational societies ; 
Officier d'Academie Francaise ; author of various school books, etc. 
F. Storr, Esq., 40, Mecklenburgh Square, W.C. 

Strutt, Henry (The Park), son of the Right Hon. E. Strutt, M.P., 1st Baron 
Belper, 1856. Cricket XI. 1859 ; Football XI. 1857-8 ; left 1859 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1863 ; LL.M. 1868 ; M.P. E. Derbyshire, 
1868-74 ; Berwick-on-Tweed in 1880 ; succ as 2nd Baron, 1880 ; Capt. 
of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 1895-1905 ; late Chairman of C.C. and Chair- 
man of Quarter Sessions, Notts.; Col. S. Notts. Yeomanry (Terr.); 
P.C. ; A.D.C. to the King ; Director of the Midland Railway. Lord 
Belper, Kingston Hall, Kegworth, Derby. 

Thompson, Edward Vaughan (The Head Master's), son of W. H. Thompson, 
Esq., Chesterfield. Left 1857 3 . Solicitor, 1863 ; Partner in Beach- 
croft, Thompson, Hay & Ledward, London ; Col. 3rd V.B. E. Surrey 
Regt. DIED April 24th, 1908. 

Tower, Christopher John Hume (The Park), son of C. Tower, Esq. (O.H.), 
Huntsmore Park, Iver, Bucks. Left 1856 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; 
M.A. 1873; J.P. and D.L. Essex (High Sheriff, 1876). C. J. H. 
Tower, Esq., Weald Hall, Brentwood. 

Trotter, William (Mr. Middlemist's), son of A. Trotter, Esq., Devonshire Place 
House, W. Left 1856 3 . Member of the London Stock Exchange ; of 
King's Beeches, Ascot; J.P. Berks. DIED Sept. 29th, 1908. 

Walker, William Ormerod (Small Houses), son of W. Walker, Esq., Summer- 
field, Bury, Lanes. Left 1857 1 . Of Summerfield, and Bewley, 
Staines ; J.P. Lanes. ; Capt. Lanes. Militia. DIED Oct. 9th, 1896. 

Watson, Frederick (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Watson, Esq., Bitteswell, 
Lutterworth. Left 1857 2 . Joined llth Regt. 1859; transferred as 
Lieut.-Col. to West Surrey Regt. 1882 ; devoted to sport and cricket. 
DIED Sept. 9th, 1885. 

Wedderburn, Henry Scrymgeour- (Mr. Middlemist' s and The Park), son of F. L. 
Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, Esq., of Birkhill, Cupar, Fife. Left 1856 1 . 
Joined 17th Regt. ; retired as Capt. ; J.P. and D.L. Fife ; J.P. Forfar ; 
Hereditary Royal Standard Bearer of Scotland. H. S. Scrymgeour- 
Wedderburn, Esq., as above. 

Wheeler, Henry James William (The Park), son of H. J. Wheeler, Esq., 27, 
Hyde Park Gardens, W. Left 1858 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 
1865 ; Barrister, 1865. DIED Oct. 29th, 1908. 

Wigram, Ernest (The Grove), son of the Rev. W. P. Wigram, Wanstead 
Rectory, Essex. Left 1854 2 . Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1865 ; Vicar of Brayton, Yorks., 1870-3 ; of Whitby, 1873-5. 
( DIED Sept. 6th, 1876. 

Wood, C. W. W. Left 1855 3 . 



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ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1854. 

Ainslie, Aymer (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Rev. Dr. G. Ainslie, Master of 
Pembroke Coll. Camb. Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1859 2 . 
Pembroke Coll. Camb., C.U. Racket Player (Doubles, 1860-3 ; Singles, 
1861-3) ; of Hall Garth, Carnforth ; J.P. Lanes. DIED Jan. 6th, 1901. 

Bathurst, William Addington, son of the Rev. W. H. Bathurst, Lydney Park, 
Glos. Left 1856 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1864 ; Vicar 
of Gerrard's Cross, Bucks., 1870-8; of Holy Trinity, Eastbourne, 
1878-1906 ; Rector of Micheldean, Glos., 1907-9. Rev. W. A. Bathurst, 
Micheldean Rectory, Gloucestershire. 

Berger, Capel Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. B. Berger, Esq. (O.H.), Sion 
House, Lower Clapton. Founded the School Musical Society, 1857; 
Monitor, 1859; left 1859 3 . DIED June 21st, 1868. 

Brassey, Henry Arthur (Mr. Bradby's), son of T. Brassey, Esq., Bulkeley 
Grange, Cheshire. Left 1858 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863; M.A. 

1865 ; M.P. Sandwich, 1868-85 ; J.P. and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 
1890). DIED May 13th, 1891. 

Brooke, Henry Vaugham (The Park), son of Col. H. V. Brooke (O.H.), Lans- 
down Place, Cheltenham. Left 1855 2 . Joined 64th Regt. 1858; 
Capt. 1 866 ; transferred to 3rd Dragoon Guards ; male representative 
of the Brookes of Co. Donegal. Capt. H. V. Brooke, Army and Navy 
Club, S.W. 

Bruce, George John Brudenell- (Mr. Pears'), son of Lord E. A. C. Brudenell- 
Bruce, 3rd Marquis of Ailesbury, 1878. Left 1855 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
served in 14th Hussars, 1st Life Guards, and 17th Lancers ; father 
of the 4th Marquis of Ailesbury. DIED at Ajaccio, Corsica, May 28th, 
1868. 

Bruce, James Ernest Brudenell- (Mr. Pears'), brother of the above. Left 
1854 1 . In R.N. ; served with the Baltic fleet in the Crimea (medal) ; 
Barrister, 1865. DIED June 21st, 1876. 

Corbet, Rowland William (The Park), son of R. Corbet, Esq., Adderley Hall, 
Market Drayton. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1860; M.A. 
1861 ; Rector of Stoke- on-Tern, Salop, 1869-1901 ; author of " Letters 
of a Mystic of the Present Day." Rev. R. W. Corbet, 29, Barkston 
Gardens, S.W. 

Davis, Richard Percival (Small Houses), son of R. Davis, Esq., Champion 
Hill, S.E. Left 1854 2 . DIED 

Deverell, John Croft (Mr. Pears'), son of J. Deverell, Esq., Purbrook Park, 
Hants. Left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863; Solicitor, 1866; 
retired ; J.P. and C.A. Surrey. J. C. Deverell, Esq., Pixham Firs, 
Dorking. 

Ellis, Hon. John Charles (The Head Master's), son of Charles, 6th Baron 
Howard de Walden. Left 1854 1 . Entered R.N. 1861. DIED in 
Queensland, Nov. 8th, 1886. 

Eyre, George Edward Briscoe (The Grove), son of G. E. Eyre, Esq. (O.K.), 
Warens, Bramshaw, Wilts. Monitor, 1858 ; left 185 9 2 . Ball iol Coll. 
Oxf., Hon. Class in Classics and Law and History ; B.A. and M.A. 

1866 ; H.M.'s Printer, 1882 ; Chairman of Eyre & Spottiswoode, Ltd. ; 
1st elective Verderer of the New Forest under Act of 1877 ; J.P. Wilts, 
and Hants. ; late Lieut. Wilts. Yeomanry ; founded School Musical 
Prizes, 1877. G. E. B. Eyre, Esq., as above, and 18, Redcliffe Square, 
S.W, 



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Farquhar, Francis Glennie ( The Head Master's), son of J. Farquhar, Esq., of 
Hall Green, Kincardineshire. Left 1857 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1862; joined 2nd Dragoons, 1864; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1888. 

Foster, Thomas Robins (Druries), son of R. Foster, Esq., Castle, Lostwithiel. 
Left 1856 3 . Tin Smelter and Merchant. T. R. Foster, Esq., Fair 
View, Newlyn, Penzance. 

Fremantle, John Charles Stephen (The Head Master's), son of Gen. J. Fre- 
mantle (O.K.), 5, Tilney Street, Park Lane, W. Left 1854 3 . In 2nd 
Life Guards. DIED Feb. 17th, 1874. 

Gribble, Thomas William (H.B.), son of T. Gribble, Esq., Harrow. Monitor, 
1859 ; left I860 2 . Scholar of Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; Indian C.S. ; Post- 
master-Gen, of Bengal. DIED in India, Jan. 17th, 1880. 

Hasell, John Edward (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. W. Hasell, 
Esq. (O.K.), Dalemain, Penrith. Left 1857 1 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1862; of Dalemain; J.P. and D.L. Cumberland and Westmorland 
(High Sheriff, 1887) ; Major Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry ; 
Master of Ullswater Foxhounds. DIED Jan. 16th, 1910. 

Hawkins, Caesar Richard ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. E. Hawkins, Provost 
of Oriel Coll. Oxf. Left 1859 2 . C.C.C. Oxf. ; Indian C.S. 1862 ; 
Officiating Judge and Commr. at Umritsar ; retired 1889. DIED in 
Norway, Oct. 29th, 1894. 

Hulton, Francis Thomas (H. B.), son of the Rev. T. Hulton, Gaywood Rectory, 
Norfolk. Left 1856 2 . Capt. 63rd Regt. 

Huth, Ferdinand Marshall (Mr. Middlemist's), son of C. F. Huth, Esq., 9, 
Kensington Palace Gardens, W. Left 1855 1 . Merchant and Banker ; 
Director of the London and Westminster Bank ; D.L. London (High 
Sheriff, 1894). DIED Oct. 21st, 1903. 

Mackenzie, George William Russell (Small Houses), son of A. Mackenzie, Esq., 
Inverness. Left 1855 1 . Afterwards at Repton ; Merton Coll. Oxf. ; 
Vicar of Coton-in-the-Elms, Derby, 1868-72 ; working in Ceylon, 1878- 
90 ; Curate-in-Charge of Winford, Glos., 1900. DIED Jan. 8th, 1903. 

Marten, George Nisbet (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. P. Marten, Esq., Marshal's 
Wick, St. Albans. Cricket XL 1859 ; Football XL 1858 ; left 1859 2 . 
Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; Banker at St. Albans ; J.P. Herts. ; 
Capt. Herts. Militia. DIED Aug. 25th, 1905. 

Morris, Christopher Reynolds (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. G. Morris, Esq., 
Allerton Priory, Liverpool. Left 1857 3 . J.P. Kirkcudbright. C. R. 
Morris, Esq., Baron's Craig, Dalbeattie, N.B. 

Norris, George (Mr. Bradby's), son of R. Norris, Esq., Liverpool. Left 1855 3 . 
Solicitor, 1861 ; practised at Liverpool. DIED April 13th, 1879. 

Ord, John Henry (Small Houses), son of J. T. Ord, Esq., Fornham House, 
Bury St. Edmunds. Left 1855 3 . DIED Feb. 27th, 1858. 

Pearson, Albert Harford (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. C. B. Pearson, Kneb- 
worth Rectory, Herts. Left 1858 2 . New Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; 
B.C.L. and M.A. 1865 ; Barrister, 1867 ; of 29, Ashley Place, S.W. 
DIED 1888. 

Pemberton, Sholto Edmonston ( The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Pemberton, 3, 
Clifton Place, Sussex Square, W. Left 1856 2 . Joined R.A. 1859; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1887 ; served against the tribes on N.W. Frontier 
of India, 1863. DIED 1889. 

Sainsbury, Robert (Mr. Rendall's), son of C. Sainsbury, Esq., Swainswick, 
Bath. Left 1857 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865; 
ordained 1863 ; held various Curacies, 1863-75 ; Head Master of a 
Preparatory School at Godalming, 1873-90. Rev. R. Sainsbury, as above. 



266 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1854 1 -54* 

Scovell, Augustus Charles (Druries), son of G. Scovell, Esq., 34, Grosvenor 
Place, S.W. Left 1859 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; for many years 
a prominent member of Metropolitan Asylums Board ; Chairman, 
1904-7 ; Knighted 1907 ; J.P. London ; Chairman of the Guarantee 
Society. Sir A. C. Scovell, 8, Primrose Mansions, Batter sea Park, 
S.W. 

Smith, Albert (The Grove], son of A. Smith, Esq. (O.K.), M.P., Woodhall Park, 
Ware. Left 1857 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1862; M.A. 1866; Vicar of 
Wendover, Bucks., 1867 ; Rural Dean of Wendover. Rev. A. Smith, 
The Vicarage, Wendover, Bucks. 

Swainson, John Houghton (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Swainson, Esq., Elms- 
wood, Aigburth, Liverpool. Monitor, 1860 ; left I860 2 . Scholar of 
Trin. Coll. Camb., 6th Classic ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Fellow, 1866 ; 
Barrister, 1868 ; principally engaged in literary work. DIED Feb. 8th, 
1892. 

Taylor, Chauncy Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. C. Taylor, Esq., Boughton 
Place, Staplehurst. Left 1856 1 . Capt. 39th Regt. ; of Southery 
Manor, Downham Market ; J.P. Norfolk. DIED April 5th, 1895. 

Thomas, Jocelyn Henry Watklns ( The Head Master's), son of Gen. H. Thomas, 
C.B., Oldderrig, Queen s Co. Left 1858 1 . Joined Scots Guards, 1859 ; 
retired 1864 ; J.P. Queen's Co. and Carlow (High Sheriff, 1908). 
J. H. W. Thomas, Esq., Belmont, Carlow, Ireland. 

Upcher, Gerald (Mr. Pears'), son of H. R. Upcher, Esq. (O.H.), Sheringham 
Hall, Cromer. Cricket XI. 1860 ; left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED 
Sept. 24th, 1872. 

Wilberforce, Ernest Roland ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. S. Wilberforce, 
Bishop of Winchester. Previously at Radley ; left 1857 1 . Exeter 
Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1865 ; D.D. 1882 ; Rector of Middleton 
Stoney, Oxon., 1866-9; Chaplain to Bishop of Winchester, 1869-73; 
Vicar of Seaforth, Lanes., 1873-8 ; Canon of Winchester, 1878-82 ; 
Bishop of Newcastle, 1882-95; Bishop of Chichester, 1896-1907. 
DIED Sept. 9th, 1907. 

Wood, William Cole (Small Houses and Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. 
Wood, Esq., Ashfield, Martock, Somerset. Left 1857 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864 ; Barrister, 1868 ; J.P. and D.L. Cornwall (High Sheriff, 
1878) ; Deputy Warden of the Stannaries ; assumed the name of 
Pendarves, 1861. W. C. Pendarves, Esq., Pendarves, Camborne. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1854. 

Annand, John Harvey (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. S. Annand, Esq., I.C.S. 
Left 1857 2 . Joined R.A. 1857; retired as Col. 1888; J.P. Surrey. 
Col. J. H. Annand, Field Place, Compton, Ouildford. 

Bagwell, Richard (The Grove), son of J. Bagwell, Esq., Marlfield, Clonmel, 
Ireland. Left 1859 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1872; Bar- 
rister, 1866 ; J.P. Cos. Tipperary and Waterford ; D.L. Tipperary 
(High Sheriff, 1869) ; author of " Ireland Under the Tudors " and 
" Ireland Under the Stuarts." R. Bagwell, Esq., as above. 

Barker, Henry Frederick (Mr. RendalVs), son of J. H. Barker, Esq., Brook- 
lands, Bakewell. Left 1858 1 . Joined 52nd Regt. 1859 ; retired 1864 ; 
of Brooklands. DIED March 30th, 1887. 

Bevan, Francis Augustus (The Grove), son of R. C. L. Bevan, Esq. (O.K.), 
Fosbury, Hungerford. Left 1856 2 . Chairman of Barclay & Co., 
Bankers, London ; J.P. Middlesex (High Sheriff, 1899) ; D.L. London ; 
Knight of Grace of Order of St. John of Jerusalem. F. A. Bevan, 
Esq., 1, Tilney Street, Park Lane, W. 



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Bigg, Lionel Oliver (Mr. Middlemist's), son of L. O. Bigg, Esq., Backwell Hill 
House, Westtown, Bristol. Left I860 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Crowhurst, Surrey, 1876. DIED Nov. 16th, 1887. 

Booth, Edward Thomas (The Head Master's), son of E. Booth, Esq., Catsfield 
House, Battle. Left I860 2 . Well-known ornithologist; made an 
unrivalled collection of the birds of the United Kingdom, which he 
housed in the Dyke Road, Brighton, and bequeathed in its entirety 
to that town. DIED Feb. 9th, 1890. 

Bosanquet, Gustavus (Mr. Kendall's), son of A. H. Bosanquet, Esq. (O.H.), 
Osidge, East Barnet. Monitor, 1858 ; left I860 2 . Prizeman of Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; 2nd Class Classical Tripos and 1st Class Theological 
Tripos (distinguished in Hebrew) ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Rector of 
Clophill, Beds., 1869-1900; Vicar of Lyde, Herefordshire, 1907. 
Rev. G. Bosanquet, Lyde Vicarage, Hereford. 

Brooks, Arthur (The Grove], son of R. Brooks, Esq., M.P., Woodcote Park, 
Epsom. Left 1858 1 . Joined 13th Regt. 1858 ; retired as Capt. 1866. 

Broun, Montague Cecil (Small Houses), son of Capt. Broun, R.N., The Elms, 
Newbury. Left 1856 2 . Joined 15th Hussars, 1857; retired 1872; 
late Lieut.-Col. Hants. Yeomanry ; Military Knight of Windsor. 
Lieut.- Col. M. C. Broun, Henry VIII. Gate, Windsor Castle. 

Cholmeley, Hugh Arthur Henry ( The Grove), son of Sir M. J. Cholmeley (O.H.), 
2nd Bart. Left 1856 1 . Late Capt. Grenadier Guards ; M.P. Gran- 
tham, 1868-80; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1874; J.P., D.L., and C.C. Lines. 
(High Sheriff, 1885).* DIED Feb. 14th, 1904. 

Craven, Hon. George Grimston (The Park), son of William, 2nd Earl of 
Craven. Left 1858 1 . Joined Scots Guards, 1864 ; retired as Capt. 
1866 ; Viscount Uffington, 1865 ; succ. as 3rd Earl, 1866 ; Lord-Lieut, 
of Berks. ; Master of the Old Berkshire Foxhounds. DIED Dec. 7th, 
1883. 

Currey, William Edmund (Mr. RendalVs), son of F. E. Currey, Esq., Lismore, 
Ireland. Monitor, 1857 ; Lyon Scholar, 1859 ; left 1859 2 . Scholar 
of Trin. Coll. Camb., 4th Classic; B.A. 1863; Fellow, 1865; H.M.'s 
Inspector of Schools. DIED Dec. 3rd, 1908. 

Dale, Alfred Taylor (Small Houses), son of C. Dale, Esq., Madras. Left 1854 3 . 
Entered R.N. 1854 ; retired as Admiral, 1905 ; served at the capture 
of the Peiho Forts, 1858 (medal and clasp) ; commanded flying squad- 
ron raised in view of war, Jan. 1896. Adm. A. T. Dale, 28, Sloane 
Court East, Chelsea, S.W. 

Davenport, Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. Davenport, Esq., Maer Hall, 
Whitmore, Stoke-on-Trent. Left 1858 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. H. Davenport, 
Esq., Woodbine Lodge, Delamere, Cheshire. 

Earle, Alfred (Mr. RendalVs), son of W. Earle, Esq., Grove Hill, Camberwell. 
Left 1856 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865; M.A. 1866; Chaplain 
R.N. 1867 ; Rector of Fovant, Wilts., 1890-8. DIED July 2nd, 1899. 

Earle, Nicholas Albert (Druries), son of N. Earle, Esq., Mabfield, Fallowfield, 
Manchester. Left 1858 3 . Solicitor, 1864; practising at Manchester. 
N. A. Earle, Esq., 54, Brown Street, Manchester. 

Edwards, William Wilson (H.B.), son of T. Edwards, Esq., Harrow. Left 
1857 2 . Joined Madras Cavalry, 1858; Capt. 1868; served in the 
Abyssinian Campaign, 1867-8 (medal). DROWNED while crossing a 
swollen nullah at Saugor, India, Aug. 4th, 1870. 

Evans, Arthur Edward (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of the Rev. W. E. Evans, 
Burton Court, Leominster. Left 1856 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863. 



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Franklen, Thomas Mansel (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. Franklen, Esq., Clemen- 
stone, Bridgend, Glamorgan. Left 1858 3 . Exeter Coll., and Post- 
master of Merton Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1867 ; Barrister, 1865 ; 
Clerk of the Peace and of the C.C., Glamorgan. T. M. Franklen, Esq., 
St. Hilary, Cowbridge, S. Wales. 

Graves, Albert Reginald (Mr. Rendall's), son of R. Graves, Esq., Charlton 
House, Salisbury. ' Left 1859 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 

1866 ; Barrister, 1865 ; J.P. Wilts, and Dorset ; Capt. Wilts. Militia. 
DIED 1880. 

Guest, Augustus Frederick (Mr. Rendatt's), son of Sir J. J. Guest, 1st Bart. 

Left 1855 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED May 23rd, 1862. 
Harrison, William John Rose (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. H. 

Harrison, Bugbrooke Rectory, Weedon. Left 1859 1 . Joined R.A. 

1860 ; Capt. 1874. DIED Oct. 1878. 
Holmes, William James Owen (Mr. Rendall's), son of the Rev. W. Holmes, 

Scole House, Norfolk. Left 1856 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb. ; of 

Strumpshaw Hall, Norwich ; J.P. Norfolk ; F.L.S. DIED Sept. 14th, 

1908. 
Jebb, Arthur Trevor (Mr. Rendall's), son of R. G. Jebb, Esq., The Lyth, 

Ellesmere. Monitor, 1859; left I860 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 

Mods.; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1870; Barrister, 1866; of The Lyth ; J.P. 

Co. Denbigh. DIED Dec. 6th, 1894. 
Jones, John Hampson (Small Houses), son of R. J. Jones, Esq., Old Swinton, 

Manchester. Left 1858 2 . Magd. Coll. Oxf.; Barrister, 1865. 

Kennard, Charles Henry (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. P. 
Kennard, Esq., Hordle Cliff, Hants. Left 1859 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. ; 
B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1872 ; O.U. Racket Player (Doubles), 1861-3 ; in 
Holy Orders of the Church of England, 1866-8 ; received into the 
Catholic Church by Dr. Newman, 1868; Canon of Clifton, 1885; 
Chaplain to R.C. Students at Oxford, 1896 ; Domestic Prelate to the 
Pope. Right Rev. Monsignor Kennard, St. Aldate's, Oxford. 

Knox, Charles Howe Cuff (Mr. Bradby's), son of Col. C. Knox, Creagh, 
Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo. Left 1857 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 

1867 ; some time Capt. 8th Hussars ; J.P. and D.L. Mayo (High 
Sheriff, 1873); late Col. 3rd (Militia) Batt. Connaught Rangers. 
Col. C. H. Knox, as above. 

Langton, Henry Ctirrer (Mr. Middlemist's), son of W. Langton, Esq., Man- 
chester and Salford Bank, Manchester. Left 1857 2 . No profession. 
DIED Nov. 25th, 1902. 

Linton, John ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. H. Linton, Stirtloe House, 
Buckden, Hunts. Left 1855 2 . J.P. and D.L. Hunts. (High Sheriff, 
1896) ; D.L. Lines. J. Linton, Esq., as above. 

Martin, John Biddulph (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Martin, Esq., Overbury 
Court, Tewkesbury. Left 1859 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 
1867 ; Banker ; Treasurer of Institute of Bankers and of Charing 
Cross Hospital ; member of various learned societies ; Pres. Statistical 
Society. DIED at Las Palmas, March 20th, 1897. 

Medlycott, Hubert James (The Grove), son of Sir W. C. Medlycott (O.K.), 2nd 
Bart. Football XL 1860 ; left 1861 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Milborne Port, Somerset, 1870-83 ; of Hill, Glos., 
1883-6 ; succ. as 6th Bart. 1908. Rev. Sir H. J. Medlycott, Bart. 
Ven House, Sherborne, and 108, Cambridge Street, Eccleston Square, 
S.W. 

Mitcalfe, Charles Lockwood (Mr. Rendall's), son of W. Mitcalfe, Esq., Coombe 
Lodge, Croydon. Left 1856 2 . Engaged in the transport service in 
Natal in the pre-Railway times. DIED in S. Africa, July 3rd, 1869. 



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Montgomery, George, son of H. Montgomery, Esq., Ballydrain, Belfast. Left 
1857 2 . DIED May 13th, 1878. 

North, Dudley (Mr. Rendall's), son of D. North, Esq. (O.H.), Croft House, 
Hastings. Left 1855 3 . Joined 47th (N. Lancashire) Regt. 1858 ; 
Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1884-90; retired as Col. 1897; A.D.C. to 
Gov. of Malta, 1875-8 ; A.A.G. Canada, 1892-7 ; served in Ashanti 
War, 1873-4 (dangerously wounded ; mentioned in despatches ; medal 
and clasp), and in Zhob Valley Expedition, 1884; C.B. 1896. Col. 
Dudley North, C.B., 23, Down Street, Piccadilly, W. 

O'Brien, Edward Arthur (H.B.), son of E. O'Brien, Esq., Dublin. Left 1857 2 . 
Engaged in financial business in U.S.A. 1865-82 ; subsequently News- 
paper Manager in London. E. A. O'Brien, Esq., Kincora Lodge, 
Carlos Road, Eastbourne. 

Reade, James Colquhoun Revell ( The Head Master's), son of J. P. Reade, Esq., 
Crowe Hall, Stutton, Ipswich. Left 1859 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1904 ; joined 14th Hussars, 1862 ; retired ; Barrister, 1869 ; 
late Capt. Suffolk Yeomanry and Col. Glamorgan Militia ; J.P. Suffolk 
and Glamorgan. Col. J. C. R. Reade, as above. 

Reid, Hugh William (The Grove), son of W. Reid, Esq. (O.H.), The Node, 
Welwyn. Football XI. 1857; left 1857 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1860. 
DIED at Biarritz, May 23rd, 1865. 

Symonds, John Addington (Mr. Kendall's), son of Dr. J. A. Symonds, Clifton. 
Monitor, 1857; left 1858 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., Newdigate Prize for 
English Verse, 1860 ; English Essay, 1863 ; 1st Class Mods, and 
Finals; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865; Fellow of Magd. Coll. 1863; author 
of " History of the Renaissance in Italy," " An Introduction to the 
Study of Dante," and various other works. DIED April 19th, 1893. 

Thornton, Henry Charles Sykes ( The Grove), son of H. S. Thornton, Esq. (O.H.), 
Battersea Rise, S.W. Left 1856 2 . Partner in Williams, Deacon & 
Co., Bankers, London. DIED Oct. 17th, 1879. 

Wainwright, William (Druries), son of W. Wainwright, Esq., Hoe Place, 
Surrey. Left 1856 3 . Merchant. W. Wainwright, Esq., Pinehurst, 
East Liss, Hants. 

Warner, John Gray (Mr. Kendall's), son of J. Warner, Esq., 11, Montagu 
Street, W. Left 1855 1 . Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1863 ; Barrister, 
1864. 

Weekes, Charles Hampton (Druries), son of R. Weekes, Esq., The Mansion 
House, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. Left 1858 3 . Passed for Indian C.S. 
1860 ; Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1865 ; ordained 1863 ; 
Assistant Classical Master at Charterhouse, 1872-1903. Rev. C. H. 
Weekes, Woodmancourt, Godalming. 

Wilson, Thomas Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F. W T ilson, Esq. (O.H.), 
Stonely Hall, St. Neots. Left 1857 3 . No profession. T. H. Wilson, 
Esq., 14, Albany Road, Bedford. 

Wing, Russell ( The Head Master's), son of T. Wing, Esq., Hampstead. Left 
1855 1 . St. John's Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 1865 ; Rector of 
Denton, Kent, 1871-7. DIED Oct. 20th, 1901. 

Wingfield, William Wriothesley Mills (The Grove), son of the Rev. \ T '. 

Wingfield, Gulval Vicarage, Penzance. Left 1857 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
joined 25th Regt. 1862 ; retired ; of Ibornden, Cowley, Uxbridge. 
DIED March 18th, 1903. 

Wombwell, Henry Herbert (Mr. Bradby's), son of Sir G. Wombwell, 3rd Bart. 
Left 1855 3 . Joined 7th Hussars, 1859 ; transferred to R.H.G. 1872 ; 
retired as Capt. ; Sec. Boodle's Club ; heir-presumptive to the Baron- 
etcy. Capt. H. H. Wombwell, 3, Victoria Square, S.W. 



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ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1854. 

Alexander, Henry Robert Tayler (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. Alexander, Esq., 
6, Cork Street, W. Monitor, 1860 ; Cricket XI. 1860-1 ; Capt. 1861 ; 
Football XI. 1860 ; left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; So- 
licitor, 1868 ; some time Chief Clerk in Judges' Chambers ; Taxing 
Master in Chancery, 1896. H. R. T. Alexander, Esq., 1, Sherborne 
Mansions, Porchester Square, W. 

Arbuthnot, Archibald Ernest (Mr. Bradby's), son of A. F. Arbuthnot, Esq., 
25, Hyde Park Gardens, W. Left 1856 3 . Late Major Madras Army. 
Major A. Ernest Arbuthnot , c/o Messrs. Grindlay & Co., 54, Par- 
liament Street, S.W. 

Burr, Edward (Mr. Kendall's), son of D. H. D. Burr, Esq., Aldermaston 
Court, Reading. Left 1855 1 . DIED 1875. 

Callaway, Arthur (Small Houses), son of Mrs. Callaway, 2, Courtney Terrace, 
Brighton. Left 1856 3 . Late Capt. W. Yorks. Militia. 

Chaplin, Henry (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. H. Chaplin (O.K.), 
Blankney, Sleaford. Left 1856 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Mid Lines., 
1868-85; Lines. (Sleaford), 1885-1906; Surrey (Wimbledon) since 
1907; Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, 1885-6; Minister of 
Agriculture, 1890-2 ; Pres. of the Local Government Board, 1895- 
1900 ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. ; late owner of racehorses ; won the Derby 
with "Hermit" in 1867. Right Hon. Henry Chaplin, M.P., 
Stafford House, St. James', S.W. 

Clive, Charles Meysey Bolton (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. A. Clive 
(O.H.), Whitfield, near Hereford. Left I860 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf.; 
Inter-University Sports (Steeplechase), 1864 ; of Whitfield ; J.P. 
Herefordshire. DIED Aug. llth, 1883. 

Coke, John Talbot ( The Grove), son of Col. E. T. Coke, Trusley Manor, Etwall, 
Derbyshire. Left 1856 1 . Joined K.O.S.B. 1859 ; Lieut.-Col. Comm. 
1887-90 ; retired as Major -Gen. 1901 ; served in Fenian Invasion of 
Canada, 1866, in the Soudan, 1888-9 (present at battle of Gemaizah ; 
mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp and bronze star ; 3rd Class 
Medjidie), and in Boer War (present at Spion Kop ; relief of Ladysmith, 
and Alleman's Nek ; mentioned in despatches ; medal and 6 clasps) ; 
commanded troops in Mauritius, 1898-9 ; J.P. and D.L. Derbyshire. 
His family has resided at Trusley since 1106. Major- Gen. J. T. 
Coke, as above. 

Courage, Henry (The Grove), son of J. Courage, Esq., Dulwich. Left 1856 2 . 
Brewer. DIED Sept. 1902. 

Cresswell, Oswald (Small Houses), son of F. Cresswell, Esq., King's Lynn. 
Left 1855 3 . Joined 26th Regt. 1858. DIED 

Crosbie, John Gustavus ( The Park), son of C. Crosbie, Esq. (O.H.), Northlands, 
Chichester. Left 1856 3 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1858 ; retired as Lieut.- 
Col. ; late of Northlands. Lieut.-Col. J. G. Crosbie, 42, South Parade, 
Southsea. 

Cruikshank, James Alexander (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Major J. Cruik- 
shank, H.E.I.C.S., Bexley, Kent. Monitor, 1857; Head of the 
School, 1859; Football XL 1858-9; Capt. 1859; left I860 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb., 20th Classic ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Assistant Master 
at Harrow, 1866-91 ; Vicar of Sandridge, Herts., 1891-9. Rev. J. A. 
Cruikshank, Herga, Woking. 

Daniel, Arthur William Trollope (Druries), son of W. T. S. Daniel, Esq., Q.C., 
38, Mecklenburgh Square, W.C. Cricket XI. 1858-60 ; Capt. 1860 ; 
Football XI. 1859; left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864; C.U. 
Cricket XI. 1861-4 ; C.U. Racket Player (Singles and Doubles), 1864 ; 
Winner of Inter-University Hurdles, 1864; Barrister, 1867. DIED 
Jan. 26th, 1873. 



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Davies, Edwin Vaughan (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. Davies, Esq., Marine 
Villa, Weston-super-Mare. Left 1857 2 . 

Dickinson, Samuel (Druries), son of W. Dickinson, Esq., New Park, Lyming- 
ton. Left 1854 3 . Subsequently at King's Coll. School ; Cams Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1861 ; Barrister, 1866. DIED Sept. 13th, 1908. 

Forster, Henry Reginald (The Grove), son of the Rev. S. E. Forster, Southend, 
Lewisham. Left 1855 1 . In 6th Dragoon Guards ; for some time 
resided in New Zealand ; in Holy Orders ; Vicar of Westbury, Oxon., 
and of Camperdown, Victoria, Australia. DIED in Australia, 1893. 

Garflt, William (Druries), son of W. Garfit, Esq., Boston, Lines. Left 1859 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; M.P. Boston, 1895-1906 ; Vice-Chairman 
of the Capital and Counties Bank ; J.P. and D.L. Lines. (High Sheriff, 
1892). JF. Garfit, Esq., West Skirbeck House, Boston, Lines. 

Gillespie, David (Mr. Middlemist's), son of D. Gillespie, Esq., of Mountquhanie, 
N.B. Monitor, 1858 ; left 1859 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 10th 
Wrangler; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; Fellow, 1866-74; Advocate 
(Scotch Bar), 1868 ; Sheriff Substitute of Fife, 1880. D. 
Gillespie, Esq., 15, Clarendon Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Hamilton, Charles James ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. H. Hamilton, 
47, Chester Square, S.W. Left 1859 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1866 ; Vicar of Doveridge, Derby, 1870-99 ; of St. John's, Derby, 
1899-1908 ; Hon. Canon of Southwell ; Proctor in Convocation for 
diocese of Southwell, 1891. Rev. Canon Hamilton, Walton-on- Trent, 
Burton-on- Trent. 

Hathorn, John Fletcher ( The Head Master's), son of H. F. Campbell, Esq., of 
Boquhan, Stirling. Previously at Loretto ; assumed the name of 
Hathorn on succeeding to the estate of Castle Wigg, Wigtownshire ; 
left 1855 2 . Joined Coldstream Guards ; retired as Lieut. -Col. 1870 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Wigtown. DIED Nov. 16th, 1888. 

Hoare, Samuel (The Head Master's), son of J. G. Hoare, Esq., Hampstead. 
Cricket XI. 1858-9 ; left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; M.A. 

1865 ; for many years a Partner in Barnetts, Hoare & Co., Bankers, 
London ; M.P. Norwich, 1886-1906 ; created a Bart. 1899 ; J.P. 
Norfolk and Middlesex ; D.L. London. Sir S. Hoare, Bart., Cromer, 

Norfolk. 

Hornidge, Marmaduke Arthur (H.B.), son of M. Hornidge, Esq., Woodlands, 
Harrow. Left 1857 1 . In the Govt. Railways Department of N.S.W. 
1867-1901. M. A. Hornidge, Esq., 40, Carisbrooke Road, St. Leonards. 

Kenyon, George Thomas (The Park), son of the Hon. L. Kenyon (O.K.). 3rd 
Baron Kenyon, 1855. Left I860 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 
1870 ; Barrister, 1869 ; of Llanerch Panna, Flintshire ; M.P. Denbigh 
Boroughs, 1885-95 and 1900-6 ; J.P. and D.L. Flint ; J.P. Salop 
and Denbigh ; Capt. Salop Yeomanry. DIED Jan. 26th, 1908. 

Mackenzie, Alexander Muir- ( The Grove), son of Sir J. W. P. Muir-Mackenzie, 
2nd Bart. Succ. as 3rd Bart. 1855 ; left 1856 2 . Joined 78th High- 
landers, 1858 ; retired as Capt. 1870 ; J.P., D.L., and C.C. Perth. 
DIED June 26th, 1909. 

Malcolmson, George Forbes (Druries), son of J. Malcolmson, Esq., Campden 
Hill, W. Left 1856 2 . Late Partner in S Dobree & Sons, Merchants, 
London ; Director of the National Provincial Bank of England. 
O. F. Malcolmson, Esq., 71, Onalow Gardens, S.W. 

Mallock, Charles Herbert ( The Grove), son of C. H. Mallock, Esq., Cockington 
Court, Torquay. Left 1859 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862; M.A. 
1869 ; Barrister, 1865. DIED Feb. 1875. 



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Medlicott, Henry Edmonstone (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Medli- 
cott, Potterne Vicarage, Devizes. Left 1858 2 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865; O.U. VIII. 1861; Barrister, 1866; for 40 
years a Land Agent in Wilts, to the Right Hon. W. H. Long and 
others; J.P. Wilts. H. E. Medlicott, Esq., Sandfield, Potterne, 
Devizes. 

Mitealfe, Mowbray (Mr. RendalVs), son of W. Mitcalfe, Esq. , Coorr.be Lodge, 
Croydon. Left 1855 1 . Land Surveyor in Natal. M. Mitcalfe, Esq., 
Tongaat, Durban, Natal, S. Africa. 

Molyneux, Andrew Mitchell ( The Park), son of Capt. W. H. Molyneux, R.N., 6, 
Porchester Terrace, W. Left 1857 3 . Joined Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
1858 ; retired as Capt. 1873 ; of Rock Point, New Brighton ; J.P. 
Cheshire. DIED 1893. 

Oswald, Richard Alexander (Druries), son of G. Oswald, Esq., of Orangefield, 
Ayr, N.B. Previously at Radley ; Left 1856 1 . Joined 29th Regt. 
1860; retired; J.P. and Vice-Lieut. Ayr; J.P. Dumfries and Kirk- 
cudbright ; D.L. Kirkcudbright. R. A. Oswald, Esq., Auchincruive, 
Ayr, N.B. 

Parker, Kenyon Charles Shirecliffe (The Grove), son of K. S. Parker, 
Esq., Q.C., 28, Gloucester Square, W. Left 1857 3 . Barrister, 
1862 ; Quartermaster Inns of Court R.V. ; V.D. DIED Feb. 16th, 
1904. 

Pepys, Hon. Walter Courtenay (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Charles, 1st Earl of 
Cottenham (O.H.). Left 1857 2 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1859 ; retired 
1866; Barrister, 1877. Hon. Walter C. Pepys, Junior Constitutional 
Club, W. 

Praed, Herbert Bulkley Maekworth- ( The Head Master's), son of B. J. Mack- 
worth-Praed, Esq. (O.K.), Owsden Hall, Newmarket. Left 1859 1 . 
Joined 25th Regt. ; retired ; Banker, and Chairman and Director of 
various Companies; M.P. Colchester, 1874-80; created a Baronet, 
1905 ; J.P. and D.L. Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1886). Sir H. Mackworth- 
Praed, Bart., 29, St. James' Place, S.W. 

Prance, Clement Howard (The Head Master's), son of R. Prance, Esq., Hamp- 
stead. Left 1858 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; 
Vicar of Annesley, Notts., 1871-90. DIED July 22nd, 1890. 

Rotch, William Dickason (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. D. Rotch, Esq., 
Drumlamford House, Ayrshire. Left 1859 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1862 ; Barrister, 1865 ; practised at Liverpool. DIED Oct. 24th, 
1908. 

Steel, Herbert Greenwood ( H. B. and The Grave], son of the Rev. T. H. Steel, 
Harrow. Left 1861 3 . Solicitor, 1868-74 ; practised in London ; 
afterwards in Assam, India. DIED June 23rd, 1907. 

Swaffleld, George Owen (The Head Master's), son of R. H. Swafneld, Esq., 
Wyke House, Weymouth. Left 1859 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; Barrister, 1868. G. 0. Swaffield, Esq., 57, Tytherton 
Road, Tufnell Park, N. 

Swainson, Charles (Mr. Kendall's), son of the Rev. C. L. Swainson, Crick 
Rectory, Daventry. Monitor, 1859; left 1859 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 
1863; M.A. 1868; Vicar of High Hurst Wood, Sussex, 1871-2; 
Rector of Old Charlton, Kent, 1874-1907. Rev. C. Swainson, 9, 
Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath, S.E. 



1854*-55 1 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUOHAN. 273 

Talbot, Hon. Reginald Arthur James (The Park), son of Henry, 18th Earl of 
Shrewsbury and Talbot. Left 1857 3 . Joined 1st Life Guards, 1859; 
Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1886-8; retired as Major-Gen. 1903; served in 
Zulu War, 1879 (medal and clasp) and in Egyptian War, 1882 (present 
at Kassassin, Tel-el-Kebir, etc. ; mentioned in despatches ; British 
medal with clasp and Khedive's Star ; 4th Class Osmanieh) ; com- 
manded Heavy Camel Corps in Soudan Expedition, 1884-5 (present 
at Abu Klea, El Gubet, and Metammeh ; mentioned in despatches ; 
2 clasps) ; M.P. Stafford, 1869-74 ; Mil. Attache at Paris, 1889-95 ; 
commanded 1st Cavalry Brigade at Aldershot, 1896-9, and the Forces 
in Egypt, 1899-1903; Gov. of Victoria, 1904-8; Col. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards ; C.B. 1885 ; K.C.B. 1902 ; J.P. Berks, Major- Gen. the Hon. 
Sir R. A. J. Talbot, K.C.B. , 12, Manchester Square, W. 

Toulmin, Frederick Bransby (Small Houses), son of H. H. Toulmin, Esq., 
Childwickbury, St. Albans. Left 1856 2 . New Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1872 ; Private Sec. to Earl of Belmore when Gov. of New Zea- 
land, 1867; Vicar of Hatfield Peverel, Essex, 1875. Rev. F. B. 
Toulmin, Hatfield Peverel Vicarage, Ghelmsford. 

Wilson, Cyril Fitzroy (Small Houses and The Park), son of H. Wilson, Esq., 
Stowlangtoft Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. Left I860 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1872 ; Rector of Stowlangtoft, Suffolk, 1866-74, and 
1887-93 ; of St. James', Bury St. Edmunds, 1874-80 ; of St. Mary's, 
Edmonton, 1883-7 ; of Southgate, Middlesex, 1893-8. DIED Feb. 10th, 
1898. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1855. 

Alcock, John Foster, son of C. Alcock, Esq., Sunderland. Left 1857 3 . Ice 
Merchant and Shipowner ; of Exhims, Northchurch, Herts. DIED 
March 13th, 1910. 

Bailey, Joseph Russell (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Bailey, Esq. (O.H.), Easton 
Court, Tenbury. Left 1858 2 . Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1858 ; Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; 
M.P. Herefordshire, 1865-85 ; Hereford City, 1886-92 ; created Baron 
Glanusk, 1899; of Glanusk Park, Crickhowell ; Lord-Lieut, and 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, Breconshire ; J.P. Herefordshire and 
Radnorshire. DIED Jan. 6th, 1906. 

Bolltho, Thomas Robins (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. S. Bolitho, Esq., Pen- 
alverne, Penzance. Left 1859 2 . Banker; C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1862; 
J.P. and D.L. Cornwall (High Sheriff, 1890); Joint Master of the 
Western Foxhounds; Director of the G.W.R. T. R. Bolitho, Esq., 
Trengwainton, Penzance. 

Burnaby, Frederick Gustavus (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. G. A. 
Burnaby, Somerby Hall, Leics. Left 1857 1 Studied in Germany, and 
thoroughly mastered French, German, Italian, and, later, Spanish 
and Russian ; also had some acquaintance with Arabic and Turkish ; 
joined R.H.G. 1860 ; Lieut.-Col. 1880 ; commanded the Regt. 1881 ; 
undertook the famous " Ride to Khiva," 1875 ; and a second expedi- 
tion, described in his book " On Horseback through Asia Minor," 
1876-7 ; was present in the besieged town of Plevna during the Russo- 
Turkish War, as a volunteer with Baker Pasha at Suakim, and with 
Gen. Graham in the Soudan (present at Tamai and El Teb). KILLED 
at Abu Klea, Jan. 17th, 1885. 

Corbet, Richard Arthur (Small Houses), son of R. Corbet, Esq., Adderley Hall, 
Market Drayton. Left 1857 1 . Capt. 2nd Regt. DIED Dec. 12th, 
1871. 

Craigie, Edmund Warren (H.B.), son of J. A. Craigie, Esq., Indian C.S., 
Woodlands, Harrow. Left 1859 2 . Joined 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1861 ; 
retired about 1872; Barrister, 1873. DIED June 8th, 1907. 

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274 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1855* 

Cunningham, Charles Hamlet (H.B. and The Grove), son of J. W. Cunningham, 
Esq., Harrow. Monitor, 1859; Sayer Scholar, 1860 ; Shooting XI. ; 
left 1861 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; Assistant Master of King's 
Coll. School. DIED Dec. 28th, 1871. 

Edwards, Henry Coster Lea (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir H. Edwards, 1st 
Bart., of Pyenest. Left 1856 1 . Magd. Coll. Oxf. ; in Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1896 ; J.P. W. Riding Yorks. DIED 
Dec. 5th, 1896. 

Elsley, Charles (The Head Master's), son of C. H. Elsley, Esq., Mill Mount, 
York. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; Barrister, 1870 ; 
of Mill Mount ; J.P. N. Riding Yorks. DIED 1891. 

Enys, Charles ( The Grove), son of J. E. Enys, Esq., Enys, Penryn. Left 1857 3 . 
Joined 20th Regt. 1858 ; retired 1864 ; farmed in New Zealand. DIED 
Jan. 13th, 1891. 

Finch, Henry Randolph (Mr. Middlemist's), son of G. Finch, Esq. (O.H.), 
Burley House, Oakham. Left 1858 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; 
M.A. 1869 ; Barrister, 1868 ; Land Agent ; J.P. Rutland. H. R. 
Finch, Esq., Manton, Oakham. 

Fitzgerald, Gerald William Seymour Vesey (The Head Master's), son of the 
Right Hon. W. R. S. V. Fitzgerald, M.P., G.C.S.I., Holbrook Park, 
Horsham. Left 1855 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1865 ; Private 
Sec. to his father when Gov. of Bombay, 1867-72 ; Political A.D.C. to 
Sec. of State for India, 1874-1901 ; J.P. Sussex ; C.S.I, and K.C.I.E. 
DIED May 10th, 1910. 

Frere, William Edward (Mr. Bradby's), son of W. E. Frere, Esq., C.M.G., 
Member of Council, Bombay. Previously at Radley ; Winner of the 
first Fencing Prize given at Harrow ; left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1862; Barrister, 1865; Commr. in Lunacy, 1878-1900. DIED 
Dec. llth, 1900. 

Geach, Robert Gichard (Small Houses), son of C. Geach, Esq., M.P., 9, Park 
Street, Westminster, S.W. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., LL.B. 
1862. DIED Nov. 22nd, 1901. 

Guest, Arthur Edward (Mr. Kendall's), son of Sir J. J. Guest, 1st Bart. Left 
1856 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Poole, 1868-74 ; Chairman Taff Vale 
Railway ; Director L. & S.W.R. ; J.P. and D.L. Glamorgan ; J.P. 
Dorset. DIED July 17th, 1898. 

Henry, Thomas Allan (Small Houses), son of W. C. Henry, Esq., F.R.S., 
Haffield, Ledbury. Left I860 1 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 
1867; late Capt. 14th Hussars; J.P. Leics. ; Lieut.-Col. (retired) 
Leics. Yeomanry. Lieut.-Col. T. A. Henry, as above. 

Hollond, Edmund William (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. E. Hollond, 
Benhall Lodge, Saxmundham. Left 1856 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1863 ; Barrister, 1866 ; of Benhall Lodge ; a pioneer of philanthropic 
work in the East End of London. DIED Jan. 2nd, 1900. 

Hudson, Albert (Mr. RendalVs), son of R. Hudson, Esq., Roundhay, Leeds. 
Left I860 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Bingley, Yorks., 1868-77. DIED April llth, 1877. 

Huyshe, Francis John (Small Houses), son of Gen. A. Huyshe, C.B., 7, Dixfield, 
Exeter. Left I860 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; 
Vicar of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, 1881 ; Hon. Canon of Salisbury. 
DIED Oct. 13th, 1905. 

Jenkins, William (Mr. Kendall's), son of W. Jenkins, Esq., Q.C., 22, Upper 
Pembroke Street, Dublin. Left I860 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; 
Barrister, 1867 ; of Clifton Court, Bristol. DIED March 8th, 1880. 



1855'] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 275 

Jones, Llewellyn (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of E. Jones, Esq., 65, Shaw 
Street, Liverpool. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862; M.A. 
1866 ; D.D. 1878 ; Rector of Little Hereford, 1874-8 ; Bishop of 
Newfoundland, 1878. Right Rev. the Bishop of Newfoundland, 
St. John's, Newfoundland. 

Lang, Richard Tickell Montgomery (H.B.), son of A. Lang, Esq., Sudbury 
Hill, Harrow. Left 1858 2 . Joined Bengal Cavalry, 1859; retired as 
Col. 1895 ; served on the Punjab Civil Commission, 1862-95. Col. 
R. T. M. Lang, c/o J. T. Prior, Esq., The Red House, Harrow. 

Laurie, Arthur Henry (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. Laurie, Esq., M.P., 
Marshalls, Essex. Left 1855 3 . Joined 108th Regt. 1858 ; Capt. ; 
served with the Saugor Field Division, 1859 (medal). SHOT by a 
soldier in his regiment about April 1871. 

Le Messurier, James (Druries), son of A. S. Le Messurier, Esq., Advocate-Gen., 
Bombay. Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 15th Hussars, 
1860 ; Capt. 1866 ; transferred to 15th Regt., and retired 1869. 

Leslie, Charles Robert ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. C. Leslie (O.K.), Bishop 
of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh. Left 1858 1 . Joined 25th Scottish 
Borderers, 1858 ; retired as Major ; of Coravalian, Cavan. DIED 
Sept. 25th, 1904. 

Maenaghten, William Hay (The Park), son of E. Macnaghten, Esq., Monk 
hams, Woodford, Essex. Left 1857 1 . Entered H.E.I.Co.'s Military 
Service, 1858 ; Col. Commanding 13th Bengal Lancers ; C.B. DIED 
July 1st, 1889. 

Makins, William Thomas (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of C. Makins, Esq., 
Craven Hill, W. Left 1856 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 
1865 ; Barrister, 1863 ; M.P. S. Essex, 1874-85 ; S.E. Essex, 1885-6 ; 
S.W. Essex, 1886-92 ; created a Baronet, 1902 ; Gov. of the Gas Light 
and Coke Co. ; Deputy Chairman G.E.R. ; Col. Essex Artillery Volun- 
teers ; V.D. ; J.P. and D.L. Essex ; J.P. Oxon. ; D.L. London. 
DIED Feb. 2nd, 1906. 

Medlieott, Walter Edward ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. J. Medlicott, 
Potterne Vicarage, Devizes. Left I860 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Vicar of Swanmore, Hants., 1871-1907. Rev. W. E. 
Medlicott, Whingarth, Shedfield, Hants. 

Moncreiff, Henry James (Mr. Kendall's), son of the Right Hon. J. Moncreiff, 
1st Baron Moncreiff, 1874. Played as 12th man v. Eton, 1857 ; Foot- 
ball XI. 1856 ; left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 1st Class Law Tripos ; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1861 ; Advocate, 1863 ; Sheriff of Renfrew and Bute, 
1881-8 ; Judge of the Supreme Courts of Scotland with the title of 
Lord Wellwood, 1888 ; succ. as 2nd Baron, 1895 ; retired 1905 ; Lord- 
Lieut, of Kinross. DIED March 3rd, 1909. 

Murray, James Henry (Small Houses), son of J. Murray, Esq., Ancoats Hall, 
Manchester. Left 1858 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of 34, Ovington Square, 
S.W. DIED July 21st, 1894. 

Plowden, Henry Meredyth ( The Head Master's), son of G. A. C. Plowden, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S. Monitor, 1858 ; Neeld Scholar, 1858 ; Cricket XI. 1858 ; 
Winner of Champion Racket ; left 1859 1 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1863 ; C.U. Cricket XI. 1860-3 ; Capt. 1862-3 ; C.U. Racket 
Player (Doubles), 1863; Barrister, 1866; Government Advocate at 
Lahore, 1870-7 ; Judge of the Chief Court, Punjab, 1877-94 ; Senior 
Judge, 1880-94; Knighted 1887. Sir H. M. Plowden, Leintwardine t 
Herefordshire. 

Priehard, Richard Preston (H.B.), son of W. P. Prichard, Esq., Greenhill 
Lodge, Harrow. Left 1859 2 . DIED in New Zealand, 1868. 

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Prior, John Templer (The Park and H.B.), son of J. V. Prior, Esq., Lincoln's 
Inn. Monitor, 1859; Lyon Scholar, 1860; Football XL 1859; left 
I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865; Barrister, 1866. J. T. Prior, 
Esq., The Red House, Harrow. 

Rhodes, John William (The Grove), son of J. W. Rhodes, Esq., Hennerton, 
Henley-on-Thames. Left 1857 3 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1859 ; retired 
1866 ; of Hennerton ; J.P. and D.L. Berks. (High Sheriff, 1889). 
DIED Sept. 29th, 1910. 

Steele, Oswald Innes (Mr. RendalVs), son of A. Steele, Esq., Woodlands, Tun- 
bridge Wells. Left 1855 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1869 ; 
Barrister, 1868. DIED about 1893. 

Trevelyan, Walter Henry ( The Grove), son of the Rev. G. Trevelyan, Maiden 
Rectory, Surrey. Left 1856 2 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1861 ; 
Rector of Mawgan, Cornwall, 1865-70. DIED Oct. 1884. 

Walker, Russell Donnithorne (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of I. 
Walker, Esq., Southgate, Middlesex. Monitor, 1860 ; Cricket XI. 
1859-60 ; Football XI. 1859-60 ; Capt. 1860 ; Winner of Champion 
Racket; left I860 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865; M.A. 1867; 
O.U. Cricket XL 1861-5 ; O.U. Racket Player (Singles and Doubles), 
1861-4 ; Barrister, 187L R. D. Walker, Esq., North Villa, Regent's 
Park, N.W. 

Ware, Frederick Lloyd (H.B.), son of J. Ware, Esq., Clifton Downs, Bristol. 
Left 1856 1 . Caius Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; Vicar of 
Shirebrook, Derbyshire, 1881-91 ; of St. Mary's, Edmonton, 1892. 
Rev. F. L. Ware, St. Mary's Vicarage, Upper Edmonton. 

Woodgate, Herbert (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of W. Woodgate, Esq., 
Swaylands, Penshurst, Kent. Left 1857 3 . Went to Australia, 1861 ; 
for some time on a station ; now an Agent. H. Woodgate, Esq., 
Swaylands, Terowie, S. Australia. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1855. 

Abercromby, Hon. John (The Park), son of George, 3rd Baron Abercromby. 
Left 1857 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1858 ; retired 1870 ; late Capt. 
3rd (Militia) Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ; Hon. LL.D. 
Edinburgh Univ. 1911; author of "A Trip through the Eastern 
Caucasus " and " Pre- and Proto-Historic Finns " ; heir-presump- 
tive to the Peerage. Hon. J. Abercromby, 62, Palmerston Place, 
Edinburgh. 

Alcock, Charles William (Druries), son of C. Alcock, Esq., Sunderland. Left 

1859 2 . One of the founders of the Association Game of Football ; 

played for England v. Scotland, 1875 ; Sec. for many years of the 

Football Association and of the Surrey County Cricket Club ; J.P. 

Surrey and Richmond. DIED Feb. 26th, 1907. 
Alexander, Lesley William (Mr. RendalVs), son of T. Alexander, Esq., Ahilly, 

Buncrana, Co. Donegal. Left 1857 3 . Of Ahilly ; J.P. Co. Donegal. 

DIED at Berck Plage, France, July 15th, 1909. 
Arden, Percy (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. E. Arden, Esq., Sunbury Park, 

Middlesex. Left 1857 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf.; Barrister, 1863; of 

Sunbury-on-Thames and Pontfaen, Co. Pembroke ; J.P. Co. Pembroke 

(High Sheriff, 1903). DIED Oct. 12th, 1909. 
Ashton, Samuel Tudor (Druries), son of S. Ashton, Esq., Prestwich, Lanes. 

Football XL 1857-8 ; left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; 

joined 14th Hussars, 1864 ; retired as Capt. ; of Burton Hall, Melton 

Mowbray ; J.P. and D.L. Leics. (High Sheriff, 1896) ; F.R.G.S. DIED 

Jan. 1 8th, 1900. 



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Barclay, Frederick Kett (The Head Master's), son of A. K. Barclay, Esq. 
(O.K.), Bury Hill, Dorking. Left 1855 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1864. DIED July 20th, 1893. 

Beavan, Robert Cecil (Druries), son of Capt. Beavan, H.E.I.C.S. Left 1858 ; 

In Indian Army. DIED at sea, on the voyage from India, Feb. 3rd, 

1870. 
Beckwith, William Arthur (Mr. Middlemist's), son of S. Beckwith, Esq., 

Fulwood Park, Liverpool. Left 1857 3 . 

Brooke, William John (H.B.), son of R. Brooke, Esq., 4, Royal Crescent, 
Bath. Left 1858 3 . Joined 4th Dragoon Guards, 1801 ; retired as 
Capt. DIED Sept. 5th, 1894. 

Bush, John (Mr. RendalVn), son of J. Bush, Esq., Weston Lodge, Weston, near 
Bath. Left 1857 1 . Solicitor, 1862 ; practised at Bristol ; retired. 
J. Bush, Esq., 9, Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol. 

Butler, Henry Thomas (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Butler, 
Esq., 3, Davenport Street, Hyde Park, W. Left 1859 3 . Joined 4th 
Hussars, 1860 ; transferred to 13th Hussars ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 
1877. DIED Dec. 16th, 1881. 

Caulfeild, George (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Lieut.-Gen. J. Caulfeild ; 
M.P., 17, Prince's Gate, W. Left 1856 2 . Late in the Rifle Brigade; 
J.P. Co. Limerick (High Sheriff, 1892). G. Caulfeild, Esq., Copse- 
wood, Co. Limerick. 

Cleoburey, Thomas Mortimer (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. M. Cleoburey, Esq., 
Askew Villa, Shepherd's Bush. Left 1857 1 . DIED 

Cookson, Norman Charles (Mr. RendalVs), son of W. I. Cookson, Esq., Ben- 
well Tower, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Left 1858 3 . Coalowner, Lead 
Manufacturer, etc. ; of Oakwood, Wylam-on-Tyne ; well known as 
an Orchid Grower. DIED May 16th, 1909. 

Davidson, John Ewen (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of H. Davidson, Esq. (O.H.), 
16, Mansfield Street, W. Left 1858 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., Hon. 4th 
Class Classics and sole 1st Class Natural Science ; B.A. 1863 ; late 
Sugar Planter in Queensland. J. E. Davidson, Esq., 98, Banbury 
Road, Oxford. 

Digby, Henry Almarus ( The Grove), son of the Rev. the Hon. K. H. Digby 
(O.K.), Tittleshall Rectory, Norfolk. Left 1855 3 . Entered R.N. 
1857 ; retired as Commander, 1891 ; Capt. 1894 ; served in H.M.S. 
Shannon during the Indian Mutiny ; received thanks of Austrian 
Government for rescuing an Austrian shipwrecked crew, 1877 ; J.P. 
Norfolk. Capt. H. A. Digby, R.N., North Runcton Lodge, King's 
Lynn. 

Dobree, Harry Hankey (The Park), son of B. Dobree, Esq., The Elms, Wal- 
thamstow. Left 1856 3 . Merchant ; Partner in S. Dobree & Sons, 
London. DIED Sept. 19th, 1908. 

Edwards, Fleetwood Isham (H.B.), son of T. Edwards, Esq., Harrow. Left 
1858 3 . Joined R.E. 1863; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1895; A.D.C. to 
Gov. of Bermuda, 1867-9, and to the Inspector-Gen, of Fortifications, 
1875-8; Assistant Inspector of Works, Royal Arsenal, 1870-5; 
attached to the Special Embassy at Berlin Congress, 1878 ; Assistant 
Private Sec. and Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse to Queen Vic- 
toria, 1878-95; Groom-in-Waiting, 1880-95; Keeper of the Privy 
Purse, 1895-1901 ; Serjeant-at-Arms in the House of Lords, 1901-10; 
Paymaster of the Household, 1910 ; G.C.V.O. ; K.C.B. ; I.S.O. ; P.C. 
DIED Aug. 14th, 1910. 

Edwards, Priestley Churchill (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir H. Edwards, 1st 
Bart., of Pyenest. Left 1859 2 . St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; D.L. W. 
Riding Yorks. DIED April 21st, 1908. 



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Henry, Francis (Small Houses), son of W. C. Henry, Esq., F.R.S., Haffield, 
Ledbury. Left I860 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. ; joined 9th Lancers, 1863 ; 
retired 1866 ; late Lieut.-Col. Glos. Yeomanry ; J.P. Glos. Lieut.- 
Col. F. Henry, Elmestree, Tetbury. 

Holmes, John (The Park], son of G. J. Holmes, Esq., Brooke Hall, Norwich. 
Monitor, 1859 ; one of the Editors of the Triumvirate ; left I860 2 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868 ; of Brooke Hall ; J.P. and 
C.C. Norfolk. DIED 1908. 

Howard, Hon. Frederick Charles (The Grove), son of Henry, 2nd Earl of 
Effingham (O.H.). Left 1855 3 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1859; 
retired as Capt. 1866 ; Sec. of Grosvenor Hospital for Women and 
Children, S.W. DIED Oct. 26th, 1893. 

Humphreys, Edward Wingfield (H.B. and the Head Master's), son of E. Hum- 
phreys, Esq., Roxeth Cottage, Harrow. Cricket XI. 1858-9; left 
I860 1 . Member of New Zealand House of Representatives, 1889-90; 
J.P. for the Colony, and for some years a Licensing Magistrate. DIED 
April 27th, 1892. 

Ilderton, Charles Edward (Small Houses), son of the Rev. Canon T. Ilderton, 
Ilderton, Alnwick. Left 1856 3 . Joined 68th Regt. 1862 ; transferred 
to West Surrey Regt. ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1890-6 ; retired as 
Col. 1896 ; served in New Zealand War, 1864-6 (medal), and in Burmese 
Expedition, 1886-7 (mentioned in despatches ; medal with clasp) ; 
of Breamish House, Alnwick ; J.P. Northumberland ; D.S.O. DIED 
1905. 

Innes, William Mitchell- (The Park), son of A. Mitchell-Innes, Esq., of Ayton 
Castle, Berwickshire. Left 1857 3 . Joined 13th Hussars, 1859; 
Capt. 1866 ; of Ayton Castle ; J.P. and D.L. Berwick. DIED Dec. 29th, 
1879. 

Littler, John Stuart (Small Houses), son of Gen. Sir J. H. Littler, G.C.B., 
Bigaden, Devonshire. Left 1855 2 . DIED many years ago. 

Lock, John Griffith (Druries), son of W. Lock, Esq., Lansdowne House, Tenby. 
Left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 1866 ; M.R.C.S. and 
L.M. 1867; L.R.C.P. and L.M. Edin. 1868; L.S.A. 1868; Medical 
Practitioner at Tenby ; J.P. Pembrokeshire and Tenby. DIED 
Aug. 18th, 1901. 

Mackenzie, William Dalziel (Small Houses), son of E. Mackenzie, Esq., Fawley 
Court, Henley-on-Thames. Left 1857 2 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; 
M.A. 1865 ; Barrister, 1863 ; J.P. Oxon. (High Sheriff, 1873), Bucks., 
Dumfries, Inverness, and Kirkcudbright ; D.L. Inverness ; Lieut.-Col. 
late Oxon. Yeomanry. W. D. Mackenzie, Esq. (of Farr, Inverness), 
Fawley Court, Henley-on-Thames. 

Macrae, George Gordon (The Grove), son of J. H. Macrae, Esq., Liverpool. 
Left 1857 3 . Of Beechfield, Hartford, Cheshire ; J.P. Cheshire and 
Lanes. DIED June 16th, 1897. 

Maddy, Thomas Herbert (The Head Master's), son of T. W. Maddy, Esq., 
Sutton Court, Hereford. Left 1859 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1863 ; Barrister, 1867 ; Revising Barrister Oxford Circuit, 1882-1908 ; 
J.P. Co. Cardigan. T. H. Maddy, Esq., 51, Argyle Road, West Baling. 

Martin, Robert Frewen ( The Head Master's], son of the Rev. R. Martin, Anstey 
Pastures, Leicester. Left I860 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 20th 
Wrangler ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Director of Mountsorrel Granite 
Co., Leicester ; J.P. Leics. R. F. Martin, Esq., The Brand, Lough- 
borough. 



1855 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 279 

Master, Thomas William Chester (The Park), son of T. W. C. Master, Esq. 
(O.K.), The Abbey, Cirencester. Football XI. 1859; left I860 2 . 
Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; M.P. Cirencester, 1878-85 ; Glos. (Cirencester), 1892-3 ; 
J.P. and C.C. Glos. ; J.P. Co. Monmouth ; late Col. 4th (Militia) Batt. 
Glos. Regt. ; assumed name of Chester-Master, 1907. Col. T. W. C. 
Chester- Master, Knole Park, Almondsbury, Bristol. 

Maxwell, William Perceval- (The Head Master's), son of R. Perceval-Maxwell, 
Esq., Groomsport House, Bangor, Co. Down. Left 1858 2 . Joined 3rd 
Hussars, 1860 ; retired as Capt. ; of Moore Hill, Tallow, Waterford ; 
J.P. and D.L. Waterford (High Sheriff, 1878). DIED Aug. llth, 1902. 

Montagu, George Edward (Mr. Rendall's), son of Admiral J. W. Montagu, 
Seend House, Melksham. Left 1858 2 . Joined 84th Regt. 1860; 
Capt. 1867; J.P. Wilts. DIED Nov. 23rd, 1878. 

Moore, Adolphus Warburton (Mr. Oxenham' s), son of Major J. A. Moore, 19, 
Portland Place, W. Left 1858 2 . Entered the India Office, 1858 ; 
Senior Clerk, 1867-75 ; Assistant Political Sec. 1875-85 ; Private Sec. 
to Lord Randolph Churchill, 1885-7 ; Political and Secret Sec. at India 
Office, 1887 ; C.B. ; a prominent member of the Alpine Club. DIED 
at Monte Carlo, Feb. 2nd, 1887. 

Nettleship, William Francis ( The Park), son of T. Nettleship, Esq., East Sheen, 
Surrey. Left 1859 3 . Solicitor, 1865 ; of East Sheen ; Col. Command- 
ing 3rd V.B. E. Surrey Regt. DIED June 18th, 1901. 

Oxenham, Frank Nutcombe (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. N. Oxenham 
(O.H.), Modbury, Devon. Left 1855 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1862 ; 
M.A. 1865; D.D. 1899; held various Curacies, 1864-89; English 
Chaplain of All Saints' Church, Rome, 1891. DIED at Rome, Dec. 17th, 
1908. 

Paget, George Ernest (The Park), son of G. B. Paget, Esq., Sutton Bonington, 
Loughborough. Left 1857 2 . Joined 7th Hussars, 1860 ; transferred 
to R.H.G. 1861 ; retired 1867 ; Chairman of the Midland Railway ; 
Member of the Jockey Club ; created a Bart. 1897 ; J.P. and D.L. 
Notts. (High Sheriff, 1898) ; Chairman of Notts. Quarter Sessions, 
1911 ; J.P. Leics. ; late Lieut.-Col. Leics. Yeomanry. Sir G. E. Paget, 
Bart., as above. 

Parker, William Searle (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of H. Parker, 
Esq., 17, Bedford Row, W.C. Left 1857 2 . Engaged in Church work 
in U.S.A. W. S. Parker, Esq., 1,720, nth Avenue, Denver, Colorado, 
U.S.A. 

Price, Charles ( The Park), son of A. J. Price, Esq , afterwards Sir A. J. Rugge- 
Price, 5th Bart. Left 1857 3 . Assumed the name of Rugge-Price, 
1874 ; succ. as 6th Bart. 1892 ; late Chairman Richmond Petty 
Sessions ; J.P. and D.L. Surrey ; late Col. Commanding 3rd V.B. 
East Surrey Regt. Sir Charles Rugge-Price, Bart., Spring Grove, 
Richmond, Surrey. 

Rawes, William Woodward (Small Houses), son of the Rev. W. F. Rawes, 
Wembley. Left 1857 3 . Afterwards at Marlborough Coll. ; joined 
R.A. 1864; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1886. DIED July 25th, 1911. 

Reid, Cecil Frederick (The Grove), son of W. Reid, Esq. (O.K.), The Node, 
Welwyn. Cricket XI. 1861 ; left 1861 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Director of 
Reid's Brewery Co. DIED Aug. 23rd, 1898. 

Reynolds, Charles Henry (Mr. Rendall's), son of R. F. Reynolds, Esq., Upton, 
Essex. Left 1859 2 . In business; of The Paddock, Thetford. DIED 
Aug. 20th, 1910. 



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Russell, James Cholmeley (H.B.), son of J. Russell, Esq., Q.C., 40, Russell 
Square, W.C. Left 1859 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 18C4; Barrister, 
1867 ; late an Examiner to the High Court. J. C. Russell, Esq., 
Longdene, Haslemere. 

Sainsbury, Thomas Popham (Mr. Kendall's), son of C. Sainsbury, Esq., 
Swainswick, Bath. Left 1858 2 . In business in London T. P. Sains- 
bury, Esq., Elgin House, Spring Grove, Isleworth. 

Sinclair, Walter (Mr. Rendall's), son of the Rev. W. Sinclair, Pulborough 
Rectory, Sussex. Left 1857 1 . Lieut.-Col. 38th (S. Staffs.) Regt. 
DIED 1887. 

Stow, Fenwick William (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of W. F. Stow, Esq., 
Red Hall, Roundhay, near Leeds. Monitor, 1858 ; Lyon Scholar, 
1859 ; left I860 2 . Scholar of Trin. Coll. Camb., 10th Classic ; B.A. 
1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; some time Assistant Master at Charterhouse ; Vicar 
of Aysgarth, Yorks., 1873. DIED July 24th, 1904. 

Swinley, George (H.B.), son of Gen. G. H. Swinley, Harrow. Left 1857 3 . 
Joined Royal (late Bengal) Artillery, 1860 ; retired as Major-Gen- 
1897 ; served with Bhootan Field Force, 1865-6 (medal with clasp) ; 
in Black Mountain Expedition, 1868 (clasp) ; in the Jowaki Afridi 
Expedition, 1877-8 (mentioned in despatches ; clasp) ; and in Afghan 
War, where he was present in principal operations, and accompanied 
Sir F. Roberts to Candahar (several times mentioned in despatches ; 
medal with 3 clasps and bronze decoration); C.B. 1893. Major- Gen. 
G. Swinley, C.B., 2, Fauconberg Villas, Cheltenham. 

Talbot, Charles Henry (The Grove), son of W. H. F. Talbot, Esq. (O.H.), 
Lacock Abbey, Chippenham. Left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1864 ; J.P. Wilts. C. H. Talbot, Esq., as above. 

Tallents, William Edward (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Tallents, Esq., Newark, 
Notts. Left 1859 2 . Solicitor, 1864. W. E. Tallents, Esq., Carlton- 
on- Trent, Newark, Notts. 

Tufnell, John Lionel (Small Houses), son of W. M. Tufnell, Esq., Hatfield 
Place, Chelmsford. Left 1858 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1860; retired 
as Capt. 1878 ; late Lieut.-Col. 2nd V.B. Essex Regt. ; J.P. and D.L. 
Essex (High Sheriff, 1877) ; assumed the additional name of Tyrell, 
1878. Lieut.-Col. J. L. Tufnell- Tyrell, Boreham House, Chelmsford. 

Usherwood, Thomas Edward (Druries), son of R. Usherwood, Esq., Whitby. 
Left 1859 2 . Scholar of Queens' Coll. Camb., 43rd Wrangler; B.A. 
1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; Archdeacon and Canon of Maritzburg, Natal, 
1878-92 ; Vicar of Chaldon Herring, Dorset, 1902-3 ; of Coombe 
Keynes, Dorset, 1903-7. Rev. T. E. Usherwood, Bagdale, Park- 
stone, Dorset. 

Watson, Cecil Estcourt Benyon ( The Head Master's], son of Sir C. W. Watson, 
2nd Bart., of Fulmer. Left 1858 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1869 ; Curate of St. Clement's, Sandwich ; resided for many years 
at St. Moritz, Switzerland. DIED May 28th, 1903. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1855. 

Allix, Charles Peter (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Col. C. Allix (O.K.), 
Swaffham House, Cambs. Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; 
M.A. 1873 ; J.P. and D.L. Cambs. C. P. Allix, Esq., as above. 

Auldjo, John Rose (Druries), son of J. Auldjo, Esq., Oak Lodge, Emsworth, 
Hants. Left 1858 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. /. It, Auldjo, Esq., 74, 
The Drive, Hove, Sussex, 



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Bernard, Edward Russell ( The Head Master's and Small Houses), son of the 
Rev. T. B. Bernard, Canon of Wells. Monitor, 1860; left 1861 2 . 
Scholar of Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; 1st Class Mods. ; Hertford Univ. Scholar, 
1863 ; Craven Univ. Scholar, 1866 ; B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1868 ; Fellow 
of Magd. Coll. 1866; Vicar of Tarrant Monkton, Dorset, 1870-6; of 
Selborne, Hants., 1876-89 ; Canon Residentiary of Salisbury Cathedral, 
1889-1910; Chancellor, 1894; Hon. Chaplain to the King. Rev. 
Canon Bernard, High Hall, Wimborne. 

Bouverie, Hon. William Pleydell- (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Jacob, 
Viscount Folkestone (O.H.), 4th Earl of Radnor, 1869. Left 1858 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. S. Wilts. 1874-85 ; Middlesex (Enfield), 
1885-9 ; Treasurer of the Household, 1885-6 and 1886-92 ; succ. as 
5th Earl, 1889 ; Master of Foxhounds. DIED June 3rd, 1900. 

Boyd, Malcolm Ogilvy (H.B.), son of D. O. Boyd, Esq., Greenhill, Harrow. 
Left 1859 3 . Major Indian Army ; in political employment ; Deputy 
Commr. of Cachar. DIED in India, Jan. 30th, 1882. 

Boys, Henry Scott (H.B.), son of T. Boys, Esq., Hill House, Harrow Weald. 
Monitor, 1860 ; left I860 2 . Scholar of Trin. Hall Camb., B.A. 1863 ; 
Indian C.S. 1863-88 ; of Hullbrook, Shamley Green, Guildford. DIED 
Nov. 1st, 1902. 

Brandreth, Henry Samuel (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Lieut.-Col. H. R. 
Brandreth, R.E. Left 1858 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A. 1864 ; Bar- 
rister, 1867. 

Bray, Reginald More (The Park), son of R. Bray, Esq., Shere, Guildford. 
Monitor, 1859; Lyon Scholar, 1860; left 1861 2 . Scholar of Trin. 
Coll. Camb., 12th Wrangler ; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1871 ; Barrister, 1868 ; 
Bencher of Inner Temple and Recorder of Guildford, 1891 ; Q.C. 
1897 ; Justice of King's Bench Division, and Knighted, 1904. 
Hon. Mr. Justice Bray, as above. 

Brooks, Herbert ( The Grove), son of R. Brooks, Esq., M.P., Woodcote Park, 
Epsom. Left 1859 2 . Merchant ; Director of Bank of England ; 
High Sheriff of County of London, 1910 ; D.L. London ; J.P. Surrey. 
Herbert Brooks, Esq., 17, Prince's Gardens, S.W. 

Brunei, Henry Marc (The Park), son of I. K. Brunei, Esq., 18, Duke Street, 
Westminster, S.W. Left 1858 2 . Civil Engineer. DIED Oct. 7th, 
1903. 

Brymer, Arthur Lewis Francis (Mr. Rendall's), son of J. Brymer, Esq., Using 
ton House, Dorchester. Left 1857 1 . Has settled in Ontario, Canada. 

Campbell, Alexander (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Sir J. Campbell, 5th Bart., 
of Aberuchill. Left 1858 1 . Joined R.A. 1861; retired as Col. 1894; 
served in Afghan War, 1880 (medal) ; succ. as 6th Bart. 1903. Sir 
Alexander Campbell, Bart., Kilbryde Castle, Dunblane, N.B. 

Clive, Archer Antony (Druries), son of G. Clive, Esq. (O.K.), Perrystone Court, 
Hereford. Monitor, 1859; left I860 2 . Exhibitioner of Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; Fellow of 
Lincoln Coll. 1863 ; Barrister, 1868 ; accompanied the Right Hon. 
Russell Gurney to settle international claims after the War, 1875. 
DIED Oct. 12th, 1877. 

Craig, James Henry Gibson- ( The Park), son of the Right Hon. Sir W. Gibson- 
Craig, 2nd Bart. Previously at Loretto ; Football XI. 1860 ; left 
1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 36th Wrangler ; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; 
Advocate, 1867; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1878; J.P., D.L., and Convener 
Midlothian C.C. ; Brigadier, Royal Company of Archers. DIED 
Sept. 28th, 1908. 

, Adair (H.B.), son of J. A. Craigie, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., Woodlands, 
Harrow. Left 1859 2 . Solicitor in Bombay. A. Craigie t Esq., 
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Dodd, George Ashley (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of G. Dodd, 
Esq., 9, Grosvenor Place, S.W. Left I860 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Winner of Silver Racket (Doubles), 1860 ; (Singles), 1861 ; 
Winner of Tennis Racket, 1864 ; O.U. Tennis Player (Doubles), 1863 ; 
Barrister, 1865; J.P. Middlesex, Wilts., and Kent; D.L. Kent 
(High Sheriff, 1911). O. Ashley Dodd, Esq., Godinton, Ashford, Kent. 

Edwardes, Leighton Hope- (The Park), son of T. H. Hope-Edwardes, Esq., 
Netley Hall, Shrewsbury. Cricket XI. 1862 ; Football XI. 1861 ; 
left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; Barrister, 1869; ordained 
1877; Vicar of Ash, Salop, 1880-3. DIED April 16th, 1889. 

Elphinstone, Graeme Hepburn Dalrymple-Horn- (The Grove), son of Sir J. 
Dalrymple-Horn-Elphinstone, 2nd Bart. Left 1858 1 . For 3 years 
in business in London, and for the next 24 years Coffee-planting in 
Ceylon ; afterwards connected with this industry in Ceylon and the 
Straits Settlements ; succ. as 4th Bart. 1887. DIED in Straits Settle- 
ments, May 1900. 

Elphinstone, Robert Dalrymple-Horn- (The Grove), twin brother of the above. 
Previously at Loretto ; Cricket XI. 1859-60; Football XI. 1859; 
left I860 2 . In 60th Rifles ; succ. as 3rd Bart. 1886. DIED Feb. llth, 

1887. 

Fillingham, George Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Fillingham, Esq. (O.H.), 
Syerston Hall, Newark. Cricket XI. 1860; left I860 2 . St. John's 
Coll. Oxf. ; of Syerston Hall ; J.P. Notts. ; President Notts. County 
Cricket Club. DIED from an accident while hunting, Jan. 17th, 1895. 

Fletcher, John Samuel (Mr. Rendall's), son of S. Fletcher, Esq., Broomfield, 
Manchester. Monitor, 1860; left 1861 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865; 
M.A. 1869 ; Barrister, 1868 ; Chairman Hampstead Board of Guardians' 
1880-98; L.C.C. (Hampstead), 1889-1904 ; Deputy Chairman, 1900-1 ; 
M.P. Hampstead since 1905 ; J.P. Middlesex, London, and West- 
minster. J. S. Fletcher, Esq., M.P., Merlewood, Virginia Water. 

Fulcher, William Henry (The Head Master's), son of Capt. Fulcher, Mont- 
nesse, Surbiton Hill. Left 1856 2 . Clerk in the Accountant-Gen. 's 
Branch of the Inland Revenue, 1860-84. DIED July 23rd, 1884. 

Gordon, Henry Evans- (Druries), son of Major-Gen. C. S. S. Evans-Gordon, 
Chatham. Left 1858 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; Member of London 
Stock Exchange; J.P. Kent. H. Evans- Gordon, Esq., Prestons, 
Ightham, Sevenoaks. 

Graham, Henry John Lowndes (Mr. Bradby's), son of W. Graham, Esq., of 
Burntshiels, Renfrewshire. Monitor, 1859 ; left I860 2 . Balliol Coll. 
Oxf., 1st Class Mods.; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867; Barrister, 1868; 
Principal Sec. to Lord Chancellor Cairns, 1874-80 ; Master in Lunacy, 
1880-5; Clerk of the Parliaments, 1885; C.B. 1895; K.C.B. 1902. 
Sir H. J. L. Graham, K.G.B., House of Lords, S.W. 

Gumbleton, John Henry (Druries), son of J. B. Gumbleton, Esq., Fort William, 
Lismore, Ireland. Left 1857 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf. ; joined 60th 
Rifles, 1861 ; retired ; of Fort William. DIED off Malta, Nov. 29th, 
1865. 

Hebeler, Henry Adolphus (The Head Master's), son of M. Hebeler, Esq., 
Prussian Consul-Gen., 106, Fenchurch Street, E.C. Left 1858 2 . Late 
in 6th Regt. H. A. Hebeler, Esq., Preston House, Dover. 

Hussey, James Anthony (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Hussey, Esq., The Close, 
Salisbury. Left 1859 2 . Joined 53rd Regt. 1860. DIED in Canada, 
Jan. 19th, 1868. 



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Kennedy, Richard George (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of E. Kennedy, Esq., 
M.D., Belgard, Clondalkin, Co. Dublin. Left 1857 3 . Joined 24th 
Regt. 1861 ; afterwards in 18th Hussars, 1864, and Indian S.C. ; 
Lieut.-Col. 1881 ; served in the Bhootan War of 1865 (wounded with 
the storming party at the capture of Dewangiri ; mentioned in de- 
spatches ; medal with clasp) ; A.D.C. to Lord Napier of Magdala 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign, 1867-8 (present at the action 
of Arogi and storming of Magdala ; mentioned in despatches ; medal) ; 
served on Sir F. Roberts' Staff throughout the Afghan War, 1878-80, 
including the storming of the Peiwar Kotal, the battle of Charasia, the 
actions round Cabul, the defence of Sharpur, the march from Cabul to 
Candahar, and the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches re- 
peatedly ; services twice brought to the special notice of Government ; 
medal with 4 clasps and bronze star) ; specially selected for service in the 
Transvaal, March 1881, by Sir F. Roberts, whom he accompanied to 
the Cape as Assistant Adjutant and Q.M.G. previous to the declaration 
of peace. DROWNED at Edenbridge, Kent, Aug. 30th, 1881. 

Long, Fortescue Walter Kellett (The Grove), son of R. K. Long, Esq. (O.H.) 
Dunston Hall, Norwich. Left I860 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1867 ; M.A- 
1871 ; late of Dunston Hall. 

Mackenzie, Edward Philippe (Small Houses), son of E. Mackenzie, Esq.* 
Fawley Court, Henley-on-Thames. Football XL 1859 ; left I860 2 - 
St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; joined 9th Lancers, 1862; retired 1865; J.P., 
D.L., and C.C. Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1882); late Col. Commanding 
Suffolk Yeomanry ; J.P. Norfolk and Dumfries-shire. Col. E. P. 
Mackenzie (of Auchenskeoch, Kirkcudbright), Downham Hall, Brandon, 
Suffolk. 

Miller, John (The Park), son of J. Miller, Esq., of Millfield House, Falkirk. 
Left 1857 2 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1858; retired 1864. 

Miller, Richard Combe ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. Sir T. C. Miller, 
6th Bart., of Froyle, Hants. Left I860 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. 
and D.L. Kent (High Sheriff, 1897) ; J.P. Sussex ; Mayor of Chichester, 
1900 and 1901. #. C. Miller, Esq., Allandale, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 
and The Orange, Chichester. 

Ogilvy, Hon. James Bruce (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of David, 8th Earl of 
Airlie. Left 1857 2 . Joined 32nd Regt. 1865 ; retired 1867 ; Lieut. 
Scottish Artillery Militia. DIED May 15th, 1888. 

Olliffe, Thomas Francis (Druries), son of Sir J. F. Olliffe, M.D., 2, Rue St. 
Florentin, Paris. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864. DIED 
by an accident in London, Feb. 10th, 1888. 

Parr, Bertie Chiverton (Mr. Middlemist's), son of T. Parr, Esq., Grappenhall 
Heyes, Warrington. Left 1859 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; settled at 
Warwick, Darling Downs, Queensland. DIED in London, 1892. 

Pearse, Charles Henry (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. J. Pearse, Esq., Russell 
Farm, Watford. Left 1857 3 . Merchant at San Francisco. DROWNED 
there, while bathing, 1867. 

Peyton, Edward Gilbert (The Head Master's), son of J. J. W. Peyton, Esq. 
(O,H.), Wakehurst Place, Cuckfield. Left 1857 3 . Capt. 106th Bombay 
Light Infantry. DIED April 19th, 1911. 

Rind, Malcolm McNeill ( The Head Master's), son of Deputy Surgeon-Gen. 
M. M. Rind. Left 1857 1 . Joined Bengal Engineers, 1859 ; afterwards 
in Bengal N.I. and 107th (Sussex) Regt. ; retired as Col. 1881 ; joined 
Corps of Commissionaires, 1882 ; Commanding London Division, 1891. 
DIED Nov. 17th, 1910. 



284 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. 

Roberts, Arthur William (The Head Master's), son of A. A. Roberts, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S., C.B., C.S.I. Left 1857 3 . Joined 7th Dragoon Guards, 
1858; transferred to Indian S.C. 1869; retired as Major-Gen. 1898; 
entered the Political Dept. 1864 ; served against the Bikanir rebels, 
1881-2. DIED Dec. 24th, 1899. 

Sotheby, Walter Edward Hamilton ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. T. H. 
Sotheby, Milverton, Somerset. Left 1861 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1866 ; M.A. 1868 ; Vicar of Lepton, Yorks., 1869-77 ; Curate of Holy 
Trinity, Hoxton, 1877-80 ; Vicar, 1880-91 ; Vicar of St. Barnabas', 
Kennington, 1891-9; of Bere Regis, Dorset, 1900-5; of Gillingham, 
Dorset, 1905 ; Rural Dean. Rev. W. E. H. Sotheby, Gillingham 
Vicarage, Dorset. 

Taylor, George Cortlandt Duller (The Park), son of Col. C. Taylor, Madras 
Artillery, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Left 1856 2 . Joined 19th Hussars, 
1858; retired as Capt. ; served in the China War, 1860 (medal). 
DIED 1882. 

Thompson, Samuel Ashton (The Park), son of S. H. Thompson, Esq., Thing- 
wall Hall, Liverpool. Left 1858 3 . Jesus Coll. Camb., B.A. 1868; 
M.A. 1871 ; Curate of Scarborough, 1868-71 ; of Lytham, Lanes., 
1871-5 ; assumed the additional name of Yates. DIED Nov. 22nd, 
1903. 

Tompson, John Alfred (The Head Master's), son of E. Tompson, Esq., Dro- 
menagh, Iver Heath, Bucks. Left 1859 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1862 ; M.A. 1866 ; Barrister, 1867 ; of Dromenagh ; J.P. Bucks. 
DIED June 28th, 1901. 

Usborne, Thomas (The Head Master's), son of T. M. Usborne, Esq., Clifton, 
Cork. Left 1859 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866; 
Member of London Stock Exchange ; M.P. Essex (Chelmsford), 1892- 
1900 ; late Chairman of Writtle Brewery Co. ; Director of Anglo- 
Egyptian Bank ; J.P. Essex. T. Usborne, Esq., Writtle, Chelmsford. 

Walrond, Henry Theodore Main (H.B.), son of the Rev. T. A. Walrond, 
Harrow. Left 1856 2 . Clerk in War Office, Army Medical Dept. 
DIED April 13th, 1875. 

Wason, Rigby Melvill (Small Houses and The Grove), son of the Rev. J. J. 
Wason, Courtfield, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. Previously at 
Cheltenham ; left 1858 3 . Scholar of Caius Coll. Camb., LL.B. 1864 ; 
Solicitor, 1867-72 ; of 6, South Square, Gray's Inn. DIED June 1883. 

Wilkinson, Harry Vane (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. C. W. Wilkinson, 
Bilton Hall, York. Left 1857 3 . Trin. Coll. and Magd. Coll. Camb. ; 
of 10, Bryanston Square. DIED 1887. 

Wood, R. Left 1856 1 . 

Woodgate, Percival (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of W. Woodgate, Esq., 
Sway lands, Penshurst, Kent. Left 1857 2 . Formerly resident in 
Canada; Engineer on Canadian railways. DIED March llth, 1874. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1856. 

Acheson, Archibald Brabazon Sparrow, Viscount ( The Grove), son of Archibald, 
3rd Earl of Gosford (O.H.). Cricket XI. 1860 ; left I860 2 . Succ. as 
4th Earl, 1864 ; Lord-in- Waiting to King Edward VII. when Prince 
of Wales ; Vice-Chamberlain to Queen Alexandra ; Lord-Lieut, of 
Armagh ; K.P. 1869 ; Knight Grand Cross of the Danebrog 
(Denmark) ; Knight of the White Eagle (Russia). Earl of Gosford, 
K.P., 22, Mansfield Street, W. 

Baird, Jonathan Peel (Mr. RendalVs), son of Sir D. Baird, 2nd Bart., of New- 
byth. Left 1857 3 . J.P. Lanark. J. P. Baird, Esq., Castle Mains, 
Douglas, Lanarkshire. 



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Barbour, George (Mr. RendalVs), son of R. Barbour, Esq., Bolesworth Castle, 
Tattenhall, Chester. Left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1863 ; M.A. 
1871 ; Barrister, 1865 ; J.P. and D.L. Cheshire (High Sheriff, 1890). 
G. Barbour, Esq., as above. 

Berners, Charles Hugh (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Capt. H. Berners, R.N., 
Woolverstone Park, Ipswich. Left 1857 1 . Afterwards at Rugby ; 
Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; J.P and D.L. Suffolk (High 
Sheriff, 1895) ; High Steward of Harwich ; Knight of Grace of Order 
of St. John of Jerusalem. C. H. Berners, Esq., as above. 

Bourke, Hon. Henry Lorton ( The Head Master's), son of Robert, 5th Earl of 
Mayo. Left 1858 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1862 ; Member of the 
London Stock Exchange ; D.L. Middlesex ; J.P. Surrey. DIED 
Jan. 30th, 1911. 

Browne, John Hervey (Mr. E. H. Vaughan' s), son of T. R. Browne, Esq., 
Aughentaine Castle, Co. Tyrone. Left 1858 1 . Joined 12th Lancers, 
1861 ; Capt. 1867 ; retired ; some time A.D.C. to the Duke of Aber- 
corn, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland ; J.P. and D.L. Tyrone (High Sheriff, 
1887) ; late Lieut.-Col. N. Irish Artillery ; assumed the name of 
Knox- Browne, 1874. Lieut.-Col. J. H. Knox- Browne, as above* 

Chalmer, Gilbert ( The Grove), son of Major F. D. Chalmer, of Larbert House, 
Stirling. Left 1859 3 . Joined R.H.G. 1865 ; retired as Major ; J.P. 
Leics. ; assumed the name of Stirling, 1862. Major G. Stirling, 
Sysonby Lodge, Melton Mowbray. 

Chaplin, Edward (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. H. Chaplin (O.H.), 
Blankney, Sleaford. Left 1858 3 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1860 ; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. ; M.P. Lincoln, 1874-80. DIED Sept. 23rd, 1883. 

Christie, William Henry (The Head Master's), son of W. D. Christie, Esq., 
Diplomatic Service. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; 
Clerk in the Treasury, 1868. DIED about 1885. 

Clutterbuek, Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. Clutterbuck, Esq. (O.K.), 
Watford House, Herts. Left 1861 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1868 ; Rector of Englefield, Berks., 1869-81 ; Vicar of Woolley, 
Yorks., 1882-6 ; Rector of Hinxworth, Herts., 1886-1907. DIED 
July 20th, 1907. 

Cooke, Thomas Charles (Small Houses and The Park), son of T. Cooke, Esq., 
Rusholme Hall, Manchester. Left 1857 2 . Joined R.A. 1860 ; Capt. 
1874 ; served in the Zulu War (medal). DIED at Plymouth, on his 
return from S. Africa, June 18th, 1881. 

Currie, Archibald Arthur Hay (Mr. Oxenham's), son of L. Currie, Esq., Heath- 
cliffe, Kent. Left 1856 2 . Vice-Consul at Nice; F.R.G.S. DIED 
Jan. 20th, 1880. 

Davies, Matthew Lewis Vaughan (Small Houses), son of M. Davies, Esq., Tan-y- 
Bwlch, Aberystwith. Left 1856 3 . M.P. Cardiganshire since 1895 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Cardigan (High Sheriff, 1875) ; late Master of Fox- 
hounds. M. L. Vaughan Davies, Esq., M.P., 17, Hyde Park Gardens, 
W. 

Eden, Archibald Dulfield (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Col. Eden, Government 
House, Chatham. Left 1857 2 . Joined 26th Cameronians, 1860; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1883 ; served in the Abyssinian Expedition, 1868 
(medal). Lieut.-Col. A. D. Eden, Beaufort House, West Cliff Road, 
Bournemouth. 

Fisher, John Hadden (Small Houses and Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. 
G. H. Fisher, Bentley Hall, Walsall. Left I860 2 . Indian C.S., holding 
various appointments as Deputy Commr., Magistrate, and Collector, 
1861-90 ; Barrister, 1889. J. H. Fisher, Esq., 3, Crown Office Row, 
E.G. 



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Forsyth, Edward O'Brien (The Head Master's), son of Mrs. Forsyth, 11, 

Lansdowne Place, Clifton. Left 1856 1 . Joined 17th Regt. 1861. 

DIED 
Fox, Henry Elliot (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. H. W. Fox, 

Masulipatam, S. India. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864; 

M.A. 1869 ; Vicar of Christ Church, Westminster, 1873-82 ; of St. 

Nicholas', Durham, 1882-95 ; Hon. Sec. Church Missionary Society, 

1895-1910; Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1901. Rev. H. E. 

Fox, The Croft, Lytton Grove, Putney Hill, S.W. 
Furner, Hamnett George (The Head Master's), son of E. J. Furner, Esq., Ill, 

King's Road, Brighton. Left 1859 2 . Late of 31, Windsor Road, 

Baling, W. 
Glyn, Edward Carr (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. C. Glyn, 

Esq., 1st Baron Wolverton, 1869. Football XL 1860 ; left 1861 3 . 

Umv. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1870 ; D.D. 1896 ; Vicar of Bever- 

ley, 1872-5 ; of Doncaster, 1875-8 ; of Kensington, 1878-96 ; Bishop 

of Peterborough, 1896. Right Rev. the Bishop of Peterborough, The 

Palace, Peterborough. 
Hawkins, Henry Beauchamp (The Head Master's), son of Dr. F. Hawkins, 18, 

Bolton Street, W. Monitor, 1860 ; Spencer Scholar, 1861 ; left 1862 2 . 

Scholar and Prizeman of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; M.A. 1880; 

Vicar of Lytham, Lanes., 1870 ; Hon. Canon of Manchester. Rev. 

Canon Hawkins, The Vicarage, Lytham, Lancashire. 
Hincks, Thomas (Small Houses), son of F. Hincks, Esq., Government House, 

Barbados. Left 1859 1 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Classics ; B.A. 

1864 ; Student of the Inner Temple, 1861. DIED in Demerara, 

Nov. 6th, 1864. . 
Kenyon, Hon. Edward Frederick ( The Park), son of Lloyd, 3rd Baron Kenyon 

(O.H.). Monitor, 1860; left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865; 

M.A. 1870 ; Barrister, 1867 ; J.P. Flintshire. DIED Jan. llth, 1892. 
King, Henry William (The Head Master's), nephew of H. King, Esq., Little 

Wilbraham, Cambridge. Left 186 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; in Holy 

Orders. 
Laing, Samuel (The Park), son of S. Laing, Esq., M.P., of Crook, Orkney. 

Monitor, 1860; left I860 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; Barrister, 

1866. DIED 1870. 
Lang, James Thomason (H.B. and Mr. Rendall's), son of A. Lang, Esq., 

Sudbury Hill, Harrow. Monitor, 1860 ; Sayer Scholar, 1861 ; left 

1862 2 . Scholar and Prizeman of Caius Coll. Camb., 12th Wrangler 

and 1st Class Theological Honours ; B.A. 1866 ; Scholefield Prize 

and Fellow of C.C.C. Camb. 1867 ; M.A. and Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 

1869 ; Dean of C.C.C. Camb. 1871-7 and 1883-5 ; Tutor, 1886-97 ; 

Vicar of St. Benedict's, Cambridge, 1871-91 ; of Ch. Ch., Finchley, 

1898; of Landbeach, Cambridge, 1911. -Rev. J. T. Lang, Landbeach, 

Cambridge. 
Lippincott, Robert Cann Cann- (Small Houses), son of R. Cann-Lippincott, 

Esq., Over Court, Almondsbury, Bristol. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. 

Camb. R. C. Cann-Lippincott, Esq., as above. 
McNeile, Alexander John (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. McNeile, Esq., 

Parkmount, Belfast. Cricket XL 1860 ; left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1864. A. J. McNeile, Esq., Dolanstown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare. 
Melvill, Teignmouth (Druries), son of P. Melvill, Esq., 4, Clarendon Place, W. 

Left 1858 1 . Afterwards at Cheltenham ; Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Capt. 

24th Regt. KILLED in the Zulu War, Jan. 22nd, 1879, while attempting, 

in company with Lieut. Coghill, to save the colours of the Regt. after 

the battle of Isandlwhana, receiving posthumously the honour of the 

Victoria Cross. 



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Parr, Edward George Codrington (Mr. Oxenham's), son of S. Parr, Esq., 
Knowle, Topsham, Devon. Left I860 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1865 ; M.A. 1874 ; Incumbent of St. Peter's, Middlesbrough, 1869-74 ; 
Vicar of Bishop Burton, York, 1874-6 ; Assistant Chaplain of H.M. 
Prison, Wakefield, 1 876-83 ; Chaplain of H.M. Prison, Northampton, 
1883-9; Licensed Preacher in the Diocese of London, 1891, and 
Chaplain in the Church Army, 1891-1910 ; Chaplain of the Hetley 
Homes, Shepherd's Bush, W., 1911. Rev. E. G. G. Parr, 1, Bolton 
Gardens, S.W. 

Richardson, George Gibson (The Head Master's), son of G. G. Richardson, 
Esq., Garlands, Redhill Left 1858 3 . DIED March 30th, 1880. 

Robertson, Charles Boyd (Mr. E. H. Vaugharis}, son of the Rev. F. W. 
Robertson, Brighton. Left I860 1 . Entered Diplomatic Service, 1865 ; 
attached to H.M. Legation at Washington, 1871-3 ; at Stuttgart, where 
he was Charge d'Affaires on several occasions, 1879-81 ; Clerk in F.O. 
1881-94 ; employed on Special Service in Spain, 1886 ; Superintendent 
Treaty Dept., F.O., 1894 ; retired 1903 ; F.R.G.S. DIED at Bordi- 
ghera, April 5th, 1905. 

Sawyer, Edward Wayland (Mr. Oxenham's}, son of H. Sawyer, Esq., Blend- 
worth House, Horndean, Hants. Left 1858 2 . In 4th Regt. DIED 
July 13th, 1891. 

Selby, Beauchamp Prideaux (Mr. E. H. Vaughari's}, son of P. Selby, 

Esq., Pawston, Cornhill-on-Tweed. Left 1859 2 . St. John's Coll. 

Camb., B.A. 1865 ; Barrister, 1868 ; J.P. Northumberland. B. P. 
Selby, Esq., as above. 

Thornton, Percy Melville ( The Grove}, son of Admiral S. Thornton, Blackheath 
Park, S.E. Football XL 1859 ; left I860 1 . Jesus Coll. Camb., LL.B. 
1865; LL.M. 1909; Inter-University Sports (Quarter-Mile) 1864; 
Winner of Champion Half-Mile, 1866; M.P. Clapham, 1892-1910; 
author of " Foreign Secretaries of the Nineteenth Century," " Harrow 
School and its Surroundings," " The Stuart Dynasty," " The Bruns- 
wick Accession," " Continental Rulers of the Nineteenth Century," 
and various other works ; for many years Hon. Sec. Middlesex County 
Cricket Club. P. M. Thornton, Esq., 30, Evelyn Gardens, S.W. 

Trotter, John Moubray (Mr. RendalVs}, son of A. Trotter, Esq., of Dreghorn 
Castle, Midlothian. Left 1858. Joined Indian Army, 1860 ; Lieut.- 
Col. (retired), 1884; J.P., D.L., and Vice-Convener Midlothian; 
Director of the Bank of Scotland. Lieut.- Col. J. M. Trotter, Colinton 
House, Midlothian, N.B. 

Wood, Augustus (Mr. E. H. Vaugharis}, son of J. Wood, Esq., Ashfield, 
Martock, Somerset. Left 1857 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864. 
assumed the additional name of Acton, 1874 ; J.P. and D.L. Hereford ; 
J.P. Somerset and Salop. A. Wood- Acton, Esq., Acton Scott, Church 
Stretton, Shropshire. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1856. 

Abercromby, Hon. Ralph ( The Park}, son of George, 3rd Baron Abercromby. 
Left 1857 3 . Joined 60th Rifles, 1860 ; retired 1869 ; author of 
several musical works. DIED at Sydney, N.S.W., June 21st, 1897. 

Barkly, Arthur Cecil Stuart ( The Park}, son of Sir H. Barkly, G.C.M.G. Left 
1857 3 . In 6th Dragoon Guards ; Resident Magistrate in Basutoland, 
1877-81 ; served in Basuto War, 1879-80 (medal) ; Chief Commr. of 
Seychelles, 1881-6 and 1887-8; Lieut.-Gov. Falkland Islands, 1887-8; 
Gov. of Heligoland, 1888 till its cession to Germany, 1889; C.M.G. 
DIED Sept. 27th, 1890. 



288 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1856 s 

Barnardiston, Charles Francis (Mr. Bradby's), son of N. C. Barnardiston, 
Esq., The Ryes, Sudbury, Suffolk. Left 1859 1 . Joined 25th Regt. 
1860; served in India. DIED Sept. 12th, 1875. 

Bax, William Ironside (The Head Master's), son of J. Bax, Esq., Twyford 
House, Bishop's Stortford. Left 1858 1 . Joined Bengal Infantry ; 
retired as Col. 1892. Col. W. I. Bax, United Service Club, S.W. 
Bigg, Edward Arthur (Mr. Middlemist's), son of L. O. Bigg, Esq., Backwell 
Hill House, Westtown, Bristol. Left 186 1 2 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868. #. A. Bigg, Esq., 28, Mall West, Clifton, 
Bristol. 

Browell, Edward Thomas (The Head Master's), son of E. M. Browell, Esq., 
Feltham, Middlesex. Left 1858 3 . Joined R.A. 1864 ; retired as Col. 
1897 ; served in the Egyptian War, 1882, and Suakim Campaign, 
1885 (medal with clasp and Khedive's Star). Col. E. T. Browell, 
Merrow House, Merrow, Guildford. 

Browne, Marmaduke Edmonstone (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son 
of the Rev. T. C. Browne, Halse Vicarage, Somerset. Monitor, 1861 ; 
left 1861 2 . Scholar of Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1868 ; held 
various Curacies, 1867-74 ; Choir Master and Organist of Ch. Ch., 
Marylebone, 1878-82 ; Official Correspondent for the Schools in the 
Marylebone Division of London, under the School Board and County 
Council, 1881-1905. -Rev. M. E. Browne, 26, Carlton Vale, N.W. 
Burton, Robert Henry Lingen (Druries), son of R. Burton, Esq., Longner Hall, 
Shrewsbury. Cricket XI. 1860 ; left I860 2 . Banker at Shrewsbury. 
DIED June 1885. 

Campbell, Archibald James (The Head Master's), son of A. Campbell, Esq., of 
Auchindarroch, Lochgilphead, N.B. Left 1857 3 . In 74th High- 
landers ; of Auchindarroch. DIED 1885. 

Clayton, Albert (H.B.), son of W. C. Clayton, Esq., Bradford Abbas, Sher- 

borne, Dorset. Left 1858 2 . J.P. Dorset. A. Clayton, Esq., as above. 

Davey, Joshua Sydney (Mr. Oxenham's), son of S. Davey, Esq., Redruth, 

Cornwall. Left 1858 3 . Of Redruth and The Bungalow, South Brent, 

Devon. ; J.P. Cornwall. DIED about 1905. 

Edmeades, Matthew Robert (Small Houses), son of the Rev. W. H. Edmeades 
(O.K.), Nurstead Court, Gravesend. Left 1859 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1864; M.A. 1869; Vicar of Great Bedwyn, Wilts., 1874-1905. 
DIED Jan. 1st, 1905. 

Elwell, William Charles Boden (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. W. E. Elwell, 
22, St. James' Square, Netting Hill, W. Left I860 2 . Univ. Coll. 
Oxf., B.A. 1867 ; Barrister, 1874 ; of 49, Sussex Square, Brighton. 
DIED March 19th, 1901. 

Hailstone, Alfred (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. J. Hailstone, 
Bottisham Vicarage, Newmarket. Left 1857 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1864. 

Hamilton, Lord Claud John (Small Houses and Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of 
James, 1st Duke of Abercorn (O.H.). Left I860 1 . Joined Grenadier 
Guards, 1862 ; retired 1867 ; M.P. Londonderry City, 1865-8 ; King's 
Lynn, 1869-80; Liverpool, 1880-5; Liverpool (W. Derby), 1885-8; 
S. Kensington, since 1910 ; Lord of the Treasury in 1868 ; Chairman 
G.E.R. and other companies ; Knight of Grace of St. John of Jeru- 
salem ; late Col. 5th (Militia) Batt. Inniskilling Fusiliers ; High Steward 
of Great Yarmouth. Lord Claud Hamilton, M.P., 4, Hans Mansions, 
S.W. 
Heathfield, Henry George (H.B.), son of R. Heathfield, Esq., Lincoln's Inn, 

W.C. Left 1861 1 . DIED Jan. 8th, 1891. 

Hornidge, Macdonald (H.B.), son of M. Hornidge, Esq., Woodlands, Harrow. 
Left 1859 3 . DIED March 1867. 



1856 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 28& 

Hunt, William (Small Houses and the Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. 
Hunt, Weston-super-Mare. Left 1859 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Law and Modern History ; B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868 ; Vicar of Congres- 
bury, Somerset, 1867-82 ; Public Examiner in Honour School of 
Modern History at Oxf. 1877-9 and 1881-2 ; author of a " History 
of Bristol," " History of the English Church from its Foundation to 
the Norman Conquest," etc. ; well known as a historian ; D.Litt. Oxf. 
Rev. W. Hunt, 24, Phillimore Gardens, W. 

Langford, John Frere ( The Head Master's), son of J. W. Langford, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S. Left I860 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868 ; 
Chaplain Foundling Hospital, 1873-6 ; Vicar of Bere Regis, Dorset, 
1876-86; Chaplain of Trinity Church, Nice, 1886-1909; Canon of 
Gibraltar, 1900. Rev. Canon Langford, Villa Emerence, Cimiez, 
Nice, France. 

Leith, Edward Tyrrell (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. F. Leith, Esq., Q.C., 
79, Gloucester Terrace, W. Left 1857 3 . Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 
1865 ; LL.M. 1869 ; Barrister, 1866 ; practised at Bombay ; Pro- 
fessor of Law at Bombay Univ. ; author of various works on Indian 
ethnology. DIED at Heidelberg, Dec. 1888. 

Macaulay, Henry Denman ( The Grove), son of H. W. Macaulay, Esq., Commr. 
of Arbitration, Sierra Leone. Left 1858 1 . Entered R.N. 1858 ; 
retired as Lieut. 1870 ; Barrister, 1874 ; Capt. Warwicks. Militia ; 
of 81, St. George's Square, S.W. DIED 1893. 

Ridley, Matthew White ( The Park), son of Sir M. W. Ridley, 4th Bart. Moni- 
tor, 1859 ; Head of the School, 1860 ; Neeld Scholar, 1859 ; Gregory 
Scholar, 1861; Football and Shooting XI.s ; left 1861 2 . Scholar of 
Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1867 ; 
Fellow of All Souls ; M.P. N. Northumberland, 1868-85 ; N. Lanes. 
(Blackpool), 1886-1900; succ. as 5th Bart. 1877; Under-Sec. Home 
Department, 1878-80 ; Financial Sec. to the Treasury, 1885-6 ; Home 
Sec. 1895-1900 ; created Viscount Ridley, 1900 ; Chairman Northum- 
berland C.C. and Quarter Sessions ; Gov. of Harrow School. DIED 
Nov. 28th, 1904. 

Stanley, Hon. Algernon Charles (The Head Master's), son of Edward, 2nd 
Baron Stanley of Alderley. Left 1858 1 . Afterwards at Rugby; 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; joined Roman Catholic 
Church, 1879 ; Domestic Prelate of Pope Pius X. and Assistant 
Bishop at the Pontifical Throne ; Bishop of Emmaus, 1903. Right 
Rev. Monsignor the Hon. A. C. Stanley, 1, Via Giulia, Rome. 

Todesco, Frederick David (Small Houses), son of Madame Todesco. Left 1856 3 . 

Trotter, Edward Bush (SmaU Houses), son of A. Trotter, Esq., Devonshire 
Place House, W. Left 1857 1 . Christ's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 
1869; Vicar of Alnwick, Northumberland, 1869-90; Rector of St. 
Stephen's, Savana Grande, Trinidad, 1890-1901 ; Archdeacon of 
Trinidad, 1896-1903 ; Archdeacon of Western Downs and Canon of 
Brisbane Cathedral, Queensland, 1903-7 ; Anglican Chaplain in Vene- 
zuela and Canon of Trinidad, 1907 ; J.P. Northumberland ; late 
Chaplain Northumberland Artillery Militia ; V.D. Rev. Canon Trotter, 
Caracao, Venezuela, S. America. 

Trotter, Henry (H.B.), son of Capt. J. Trotter (O.K.), Dyrham Park, Barnet. 
Left 1857 3 . Mechanical Engineer, 1862-9 ; Scholar of C.C.C. Camb., 
B.A. 1872 ; M.A. 1876 ; Vicar of Barnweli, Camb., 1877-83 ; Rector 
of Trowbridge, Wilts., 1883-94 ; Vicar of Ch. Ch., Barnet, 1894-1909 ; 
Hon. Canon of Salisbury. DIED March 4th, 1910. 

Webster, Philip James (Mr. Oxenham's), son of C. M. Webster, Esq., Pallion 
Hall, Sunderland. Left 1858 2 . DROWNED while bathing, July 27th, 
1876. 

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ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1856. 

Alexander, Robert Jackson ( The Head Master's), son of N. Alexander, Esq., 
M.P., Portglenone, Co. Antrim. Left I860 2 . Of Portglenone ; J.P. 
and D.L. Antrim (High Sheriff, 1875), and Londonderry (High Sheriff, 
1870). DIED 1884. 

Armitage, Vernon Kirk ( The Grove), son of Sir E. Armitage, Hope Hall, 
Manchester. Left 1859 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. and LL.B. 1864; 
M.A. 1867 ; Barrister, 1866 ; J.P. and Vice-Chairman Lanes. C.C. 
DIED May 8th, 1911. 

Bookey, William Thomas Erskine (Druries), son of W. T. Bookey, Esq., 
Derrybane, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow. Left 1859 3 . Capt. 6th Dra- 
goon Guards ; J.P. Wicklow ; Major Wicklow Militia. LOST with 
his yacht off Algiers, March 29th, 1875. 

Bouverie, Hon. Duncombe Pleydell- (Mr, E. H. Vaughan's), son of Jacob, 
4th Earl of Radnor (O.H.). Left 1859 3 . Joined 55th Regt. 1862; 
retired 1870 ; of Coleshill House, Highworth, Wilts. ; J.P. and D.L. 
Berks. DIED Jan. 25th, 1909. 

Brodie, Caithness (H.B.), son of W. Brodie, Esq., of Brodie, Forres, N.B. 
Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. C. Brodie, Esq., Travellers' Club, S.W. 

Bulkeley, Percy Francis (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Major C. Bulkeley, 30, 
Montagu Square, W. Left 1858 3 . DIED 

Bushell, Reginald (Mr. Middlemist's), son of C. Bushell, Esq., Hinderton, 
Neston, Cheshire. Monitor, 1861 ; Shooting XI. 1861-2 ; Football 
XL 1861 ; left 1862 2 . Merchant at Liverpool ; Member of Mersey 
Docks and Harbour Board ; of Hinderton ; J.P. Cheshire ; F.R.A.S. 
DIED Nov. llth, 1904. 

Calms, William McNeile (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of N. Cairns, Esq., Park- 
mount, Co. Down. Left 1861 2 . Joined 43rd L.I. 1863 ; retired as 
Capt. 1873 ; served in the New Zealand War, 1864-6 ; Sub-Inspector 
of Factories, 1874-7 ; Sec. of Commissions, Lord Chancellor's Dept., 
1877-80 ; Assistant Registrar of Trade Marks, 1880-2 ; late of The 
Red House, Castle- to wnshend, Co. Cork. ; J.P. Co. Cork. 

Courthope, William John ( The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. Courthope, 
South Mailing, Sussex. Monitor, 1860 ; left 186 1 2 . First Open Ex- 
hibitioner of New Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; B.A. 1865 ; 
M.A. 1877 ; Newdigate Prize for English Verse, 1864 ; Chancellor's 
Prize for English Essay, 1868 ; Hon. Fellow of New Coll. ; Examiner 
in Education Dept. 1870; Civil Service Commr. 1887; Chief Conimr. 
1892; retired 1907; Professor of Poetry at Oxford Univ. 1895- 
1900 ; Fellow of the British Academy, 1900, and Warton Lecturer on 
English Poetry, 1911 ; Member of Academical Committee of Royal 
Society of Literature (Vice-President, 1911); C.B. 1895; D.Litt. 
Durham ; LL.D. Edin. ; author of " The Paradise of Birds," " Life in 
Poetry ; Law in Taste," "History of English Poetry " (6 vols.), etc. ; 
specially elected to the Athenaeum Club as eminent in literature, 
1890. W. J. Courthope, Esq., C.B., The Lodge, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

Daubuz, John Claude (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. J. Daubuz, Killiow, 
Truro. Left I860 3 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864; M.A. 1899; 
Director Capital and Counties Bank ; J.P., D.L., and C.C. Cornwall 
(High Sheriff, 1891). J. C. Daubuz, Esq., as above. 

Du Boulay, Arthur Houssemayne (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. Du 
Boulay, Esq., Donhead Hall, Salisbury. Left 1857 2 . Entered R.N. ; 
retired ; Barrister, 1873 ; practising in Australia. A. H. Du Boulay, 
Esq., Geraldton, Western Australia. 



1856 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 291 

Dunn, Richard Gadesden (Small Houses), son of R. D. Dunn, Esq., Heath, 
Wakefield. Left 1858 2 . Joined 9th Regt. 1858 ; retired as Capt. ; 
Major Hon. Artillery Co. of London ; of Hessle House, Bexhill-on-Sea. 
DIED about 1890. 

Eyre, George Bramston (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of C. Eyre, Esq. (O.H.), 
Welford Park, Newbury. Left 1862 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; J.P. Berks., 
Herts., and Essex (High Sheriff, 1898) ; late Col. 3rd (Militia) Batt. 
Berks. Regt. ; assumed the name of Archer-Houblon, 1891. Col. O. B. 
Archer- Houblon, Great Hallingbury, Bishop's Stortford. 

Flood, Frederick (The Park), son of L. T. Flood, Esq., 32, Montagu Square, 
W. Monitor, 1861 ; Shooting XI. 1861-2 ; left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; A.M.I.C.E. ; of Denfield, Dorking. 
DIED Dec. 28th, 1901. 

Giles, William Betts (The Grove), son of G. Giles, Esq., 8, Rue des Marronices, 
Passy, Paris. Left 1858 3 . DIED 

Hepburn, John George Buchan- ( The Head Master's), son of Sir T. Buchan- 
Hepburn, 3rd Bart. Left 1857 3 . In 9th Lancers. MURDERED by a 
party of miners at Pinos Altos, Chihuahua, Mexico, Feb. 1883. 

Hunt, Thomas Holdsworth Newman (The Grove), son of T. N. Hunt, Esq., 2, 
Upper Portland Place, W. Left 1859 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. DIED 

Jeune, Francis Henry ( The Head Master's), son of Dr. F. Jeune, Bishop of 
Peterborough. Monitor, 1859; Lyon Scholar, 1861; left 1861 2 . 
Scholar of Balliol Coll. Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals ; Stanhope 
Prize, 1863 ; Arnold Prize, 1867 ; B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1874 ; Fellow of 
Hertford Coll. 1874 ; Hon. Fellow, 1891 ; Barrister, 1868 ; Q.C. 1888 ; 
Bencher of Inner Temple, 1891 ; some time Chancellor of several 
dioceses and Commissary of Dean and Chapter of Westminster ; 
Justice of Probate Division, and Knighted, 1891 ; President of Probate 
Division, Judge Advocate-Gen., and P.C. 1892 ; retired and created 
Baron St. Helier, 1905 ; G.C.B. DIED April 9th, 1905. 

Josephson, Joshua Lewis (Small Houses), son of J. F. Josephson, Esq., Lin- 
coln's Inn, W.C. Left 1859 1 . DIED 

Josephson, Thomas Francis (Small Houses), brother of the above. Left 1859 2 . 
Grazier, N.S.W. ; J.P. Queensland and N.S.W. T. F. Josephson, 
Esq., Australian Club, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Legge, Hon. Charles Counter ( The Grove), son of William, 4th Earl of Dart 
mouth. Left 1859 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1860; retired 1868; 
served on the Indian Frontier (medal) ; Chief Constable of Lanes, and 
Inspector of Constabulary for the Midland District. DIED Nov. 15th, 
1907. 

Leslie, Cecil Edward St. Lawrence (The Head Master's), son of Dr. C. Leslie 
(O.K.), Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh. Left 1861 3 . Ch. 
Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; J.P. Co. Cavan. C. E. St. L. Leslie, Esq., 
Coravahn, Cavan. 

Longman, Arthur Hampton (The Park), son of C. Longman, Esq., Shendish, 
Kernel Hempstead. Left 1859 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 
1874 ; of Shendish ; J.P. Herts. ; Lieut.-Col. 4th (Militia) Batt. Beds. 
Regt. ; Master of Old Berkeley Hounds. DIED Aug. 3rd, 1908. 

Lyons, William Henry Holmes (Mr. Kendall's), son of W. T. B. Lyons, Esq., 
Brook Hill, Lisburn, Ireland. Left I860 2 . Grand Master Co. Antrim 
Grand Orange Lodge ; J.P. Antrim (High Sheriff, 1904) ; D.L. Bel- 
fast. W. H. H. Lyons, Esq., Richmond Lodge, Strandtown, Co. Down. 

MacVicar, John Archibald ( The Head Master's), son of J. D. Mac Vicar, Esq., 
of Muir House, Granton, Edinburgh. Left 1859 3 . Joined 93rd 
Highlanders, 1863 ; retired as Capt. DIED at Rome, Jan. 21st, 1880. 

Maxwell, David (Druries), son of Sir W. Maxwell, 3rd Bart., of Cardoness. 
Left 1859 3 . Major 15th Hussars. DIED Jan. 25th, 1879. 



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Molyneux, Sir Capel, Bart. (The Head Master's), son of Sir G. K. A. Molyneux 
(O.K.), 6th Bart. Succ. as 7th Bart. 1848 ; left 1858 3 . J.P. and D.L. 
Armagh (High Sheriff, 1867). DIED Jan. 24th, 1879. 

Nash, James Palmer (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Rev. J. E. Nash, St. Peter's, 
Clifton. Left 1861 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1874 ; Vicar of 
Hedge End, Hants., 1876-86 ; Rector of Bishopstoke, 1886-92 ; of 
Bishop's Waltham, 1892-1905; of St. Swithun's, Winchester, 1905; 
Hon. Canon of Winchester. Rev. Canon Nash, St. Swithun's Rectory, 
Winchester. 

Neal, John (The Park), son of W. Neal, Esq., Kingsdon Manor, Taunton. 
Left 1859 2 . C.C.C. Camb., B.A. 1868 ; M.A. 1872 ; ordained 1869 ; 
J.P. Somerset. Rev. J. Neal, as above. 

Palmer, Thomas William ( The Grove), son of T. W. Palmer, Esq., Brough, East 
Yorks. Cricket XI. 1861 ; left 1861 2 . Of Brough ; J.P. E. Riding 
Yorks., and Hull. DIED Aug. llth, 1900. 

Pearson, Edwin James (Small Houses, the Head Master's, and The Park), son 
of Sir E. Pearson, Sunnyside, Wimbledon. Left 1859 3 . Served for 
20 years under the Board of Trade, during which time he visited Italy, 
The Hague, and the Cape of Good Hope on Railway Commissions ; of 
Millfield, Berkhampstead ; J.P. Herts. DIED May 10th, 1906. 

Penny, Thomas Carisbrooke (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. E. Penny, 
Great Mongeham Rectory, Deal. Left I860 1 . Joined R.A. 1864 ; 
retired 1867. DFED 1882. 

Peters, William Harry Brooke ( The Head Master's), son of W. H. Peters, Esq., 
Harefield House, Lympstone, Devon. Left I860 1 . Joined 12th Regt. 
1861 ; transferred to 3rd Dragoon Guards, 1867 ; to 13th Hussars, 
1872 ; Lieut.-Col. Commanding 4th Hussars, 1881-7 ; retired as 
Major-Gen. 1887; J.P. Devon. Major- Gen. W. H. B.Peters, as above. 

Powles, Louis Diston (Mr. Bradby's), son of J. D. Powles,Esq.,Barham Lodge, 
Elstree. Left 186 1 1 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1866 ; Circuit 
Justice Bahama Islands, 1886-7 ; Probate Registrar of Norwich 
Registry, 1903 ; part author of " Browne and Powles on Divorce " 
and of " Powles and Oakley on Probate " ; author of " The Land of 
the Pink Pearl," etc. DIED May 6th, 1911. 

Prior, Carlos (H.B.), son of J. V. Prior, Esq., Lincoln's Inn, W.C. DIED at 
Harrow, while still at School, June 9th, 1857. 

Roupell, John Harvey Torrens ( The Grove), son of T. B. Roupell, Esq., Loddon 
Court, Swallowfield, Reading. Left 1857 3 . Afterwards at Upping- 
ham ; Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1867 ; Inter-University Sports (High 
Jump), 1865-6 ; Winner, 1866 ; Winner of Champion High Jump, 
1866 ; Barrister, 1871. Harvey Roupell, Esq., as above. 

Russell, John Thomas Norreys (The Park), son of F. W. Russell, Esq., M.P., 

27, Lancaster Gate, W. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; 

Barrister, 1868; J.P. Leics. J. T. N. Russell, Esq., 43, Westbourne 

Terrace, W. 
Sherman, William Watts (The Grove), son of W. Sherman, Esq., Banker, 

New York. Left 1859 2 . W. W. Sherman, Esq., 838, Fifth Avenue, 

New York City. U.S.A. 

Sparks, William Blencowe (Druries), son of W. Sparks, Esq., Crewkerne, 
Somerset. Left I860 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863; M.A. 1869; 
Solicitor, 1867 ; practised at Crewkerne. DIED Sept. 30th, 1893. 

Strutt, Hon. Arthur (The Park), son of Edward, 1st Baron Belper. Left 
I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., 1st Class Natural Science; B.A. 1865; 
M.A. 1868 ; of Milford House, Derby ; J.P. Derbyshire ; Capt. Derby- 
shire R.V. DIED Feb. 6th, 1877. 



CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 293 

Sturgls, Samuel Harman (The Park), son of S. Sturgis, Esq., 113, Westbourne 
Terrace, W. Left 1858 1 . Member of the London Stock Exchange. 
DIED Nov. 12th, 1893. 

Swinley, Silas Adair (H.B.), son of Gen. G. H. Swinley, Harrow. Left 1858 1 . 
Joined Bengal Cavalry, 1861 ; Capt. DIED while serving with the 
Khyber Field Force, May 24th, 1879. 

Thomas, George William Griffiths (Mr.. RendalVs), son of the Rev. G. Thomas, 
Ystrad, Caerphilly, Glamorgan. Left 1859 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of 
Ystrad ; J.P. and D.L. Glamorgan (High Sheriff, 1870). DIED 1885. 

Tooth, Robert Lucas (Small Houses], son of E. Tooth, Esq., 13, Calverley 
Park, Tunbridge Wells. Left 1857 3 . Afterwards at Eton ; rowed in 
the Eton VIII. 1863 ; for some time in Australia ; M.P. in N.S.W. 
1880-4 ; Commr. for Canada and Sydney Exhibition, 1880 ; Chairman 
of London Board of Bank of N.S.W. ; assumed name of Lucas-Tooth, 
1904; created a Baronet, 1906. Sir R. Lucas- Tooth, Bart., Holme 
Lacy, Hereford. 

Toulmin, Alfred Harper (Small Houses and The Park), son of H. H. Toulmin, 
Esq., Childwickbury, St. Albans. Left 1858 1 . In 65th Regt. ; served 
in the New Zealand War, 1863-4 (medal). DIED Aug. 16th, 1884. 

Trevor, William Charles ( The Head Master's), son of C. Trevor, Esq., Comptroller 
of Legacy and Succession Duties, Somerset House, W.C. Left 1858 3 . 
Solicitor, 1866 ; practising at Guisborough ; Clerk of the Peace N. 
Riding Yorks. W. C. Trevor, Esq., Guisborough, Yorks. 

Vandeleur, Crofton Thomas Burton ( The Grove), son of Capt. C. T. Vandeleur, 
Wardenstown, Westmeath. Left 1856 3 . Joined 12th Lancers, 1860; 
retired as Capt. ; of Wardenstown, Westmeath, and Moyville, Galway ; 
J.P. Westmeath ; Capt. Dublin City Artillery Militia. DIED June 13th, 
1881. 

Wason, Edwin Sandys (The Grove), son of the Rev. J. Wason, Courtfield, 
Charlton Kings, Cheltenham. Left 1858 3 . Joined 33rd Regt. 1860 ; 
served on Lord Napier's Staff through the Abyssinian War, 1867-8. 
DIED Jan. 5th, 1880. 

Webster, John ( The Grove), son of T. W. Webster, Esq., 77, Gloucester Terrace, 
Hyde Park, W. Left 1862 2 . 

Woodd, Basil Kilvington (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of B. T. W T oodd, Esq., 
M.P., Conyngham Hall, Knaresborough. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., LL.B. 1864 ; LL.M. 1869 ; Vicar of Filey, Yorks., 1873-9 ; 
of Bilton, Yorks., 1879-84. DIED April 16th, 1886. 

Wynne, Owen (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Right Hon. J. A. Wynne, M.P., 
Hazlewood, Sligo. Left I860 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; late in 61st Regt. ; 
J.P. and D.L. Sligo (High Sheriff, 1875) ; J.P. Leitrim (High Sheriff, 
1879) ; late Capt. Sligo Militia. 0. Wynne, Esq., as above. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1857. 

Alexander, William James (Mr. Bradby's), son of R. Q. Alexander, Esq., 
Acton House, Poyntzpass, Armagh. Left 1859 3 . Joined 32nd Regt. 
1861 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; J.P. Co. Armagh. Lieut.-Col. W. J. 
Alexander, as above. 

Allsopp, Samuel Charles (The Head Master's), son of Sir H. Allsopp, 1st Bart., 
1st Baron Hindlip, 1886. Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; 
M.A. 1869 : M.P. E. Staffs. 1873-80 ; Taunton, 1882-7 ; succ. as 2nd 
Baron, 1887 ; Chairman of Allsopp & Co., Brewers ; Deputy Chairman 
G.N.R. DIED July 12th, 1897. 



294 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1857 1 

Argles, George Marsham (Small Houses), son of Dr. M. Argles, Dean of Peter- 
borough. Monitor, 1860 ; left I860 3 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; 
M.A. 1867 ; Denyer and Johnson Scholar, 1867 ; Rector of St. Cle- 
ment's York, 1871 ; Hon. Canon of York, Examining Chaplain to tho 
Bishop of Peterborough, and Proctor in Convocation for Archdeaconry 
of York. Rev. Canon Argles, St. Clement's Rectory, York. 

Bailey, William Latham (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. Bailey, Esq. (O.H.), 
Easton Court, Tenbury. Left 1859 1 . DIED April 15th, 1861. 

Barlow, Frederick Thomas Pratt- (Mr. RendalVs), son of F. Pratt-Barlow, 
Esq., 26, Rutland Gate, S.W. Left 1859 3 . DIED Aug. 2nd, 1893. 

Brooke, Sir Victor Alexander, Bart. ( The Park), son of Sir A. B. Brooke, 2nd 
Bart., of Colebrooke. Succ. as 3rd Bart. 1854 ; left I860 1 . J.P. and 
D.L. Fermanagh (High Sheriff, 1867) ; distinguished sportsman, 
naturalist, biologist, and traveller. DIED at Pau, Dec. 14th, 1891. 

Campbell, Archibald Niel (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Capt. Campbell, of Glen- 
darvel House, Cairndow, Argyllshire. Left 1858 3 . 

Chichester, Sir Alexander Palmer Bruce, Bart. ( The Park and Small Houses), 
son of Sir J. P. B. Chichester, 1st Bart. Succ. as 2nd Bart. 1851 ; 
left I860 1 . Afterwards at Eton; J.P. Devon (High Sheriff, 1868); 
Capt. Devon Yeomanry. DIED Jan. 25th, 1881, when the Baronetcy 
became extinct. 

Cooke, William Henry (The Park), son of T. Cooke, Esq., Rusholme Hall, 
Manchester. Left 1859 2 . Some time a Merchant in Manchester. 
W. H. Cooke, Esq., Badminton Club, W. 

Crompton, Albert ( The Head Master's), son of Mr. Justice C. Crompton, 22, 
Hyde Park Square, W. Football XL 1861 ; left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; Manager Ocean Steamship Co., Liverpool. DIED in Paris, 
Oct. 10th, 1908. 

Crosbie, John Talbot Darnley Talbot- (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of W. T. 
Talbot-Crosbie, Esq., Ardfert Abbey, Tralee, Kerry. Left I860 3 . 
Joined 60th Rifles, 1862 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. ; of Ardfert Abbey ; 
J.P. Kerry. DIED Nov. 2nd, 1899. 

Devas, Horace William (The Park), son of T. Devas, Esq., Mount Ararat, 
Wimbledon. Left 1861 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. DIED Sept. 13th, 1863. 

Dunn, Charles Acland Leigh (H.B.), son of Capt. R. D. Dunn, Kingston-on- 
Thames. Left 1857 2 . In business in London ; of Fernside, Surbiton. 
DIED Sept. 19th, 1899. 

Fletcher, Charles John (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. C. Fletcher, Esq., 
Dale Park, Arundel. Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 18th 
Hussars, 1862; retired 1869; J.P. and D.L. Sussex (High Sheriff, 
1894). C. J. Fletcher, Esq., as above. 

Gardner, Christopher Thomas (H.B.), son of Dr. Gardner, Harrow. Left 
1858 2 . Student Interpreter in China, 1861 ; served as Interpreter 
and Consul in many parts of China ; Consul at Amoy, 1893-9 ; retired 
1899; C.M.G. 1892; F.R.G.S. C. T. Gardner, Esq., C.M.O., Park 
Lawn, Cheltenham. 

Gardner, Ernest Lloyd (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1859 1 . Associate 
King's Coll. London ; Vicar of Marshchapel, Lines., 1871-4 ; of St. 
Michael's, Louth, Lines., 1874-96 ; Chaplain at Leghorn, 1896-1907. 
Rev. E. L. Gardner, Teignbridge House, Shaldon, Devon. 

Grey, John George (Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. A. Grey, Esq., Milfield, North- 
umberland. Left 1859 3 . Of Naworth, Cumberland ; J.P. Cumber- 
land. DIED March 31st, 1879. 



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Hall, Cecil Haffenden (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. D. Hall, Esq., Whatton 
Manor, Notts. Left 1862 1 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; joined Scots Guards, 
1864 ; Capt. 1867. DIED Aug. 20th, 1874. 

Johnston, Hamilton Hamilton (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of E. Johnston, Esq., 
Allerton Hall, Liverpool. Left 1857 2 . Joined 56th Regt. ; trans- 
ferred to 9th Lancers ; retired. DIED Dec. 7th, 1871. 

Kennedy, Edward Briggs (Small Houses], son of J. Kennedy, Esq., H.M. 
Diplomatic Service. Left 1858 1 . Some time in the Native Police, 
Queensland ; subsequently a Sugar Planter ; author of " Blacks and 
Bushrangers," " The Black Police of Queensland," " Thirty Seasons 
in Scandinavia," etc. E. B. Kennedy, Esq., Deanyers, Alton, Hants. 

Kennedy, Francis Thomas Romilly ( The Park], son of the Right Hon. T. F. 
Kennedy (O.K.), of Dunure, Ayr, N.B. Left 1857 2 . Of Dunure ; 
J.P. and D.L. Ayr. DIED Feb. 2nd, 1892. 

Knox, Howe James (Small Houses), son of Col. C. Knox, Creagh, Ballinrobe, 
Co. Mayo. Left 1858 2 . Joined Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 1862 ; retired as 
Lieut. -Col. 1890 ; of Cranmore, Ballinrobe. DIED March 6th, 1910. 

Lacon, Thomas Beecroft Ussher (Mr. RendalVs), son of Sir E. H. K. Lacon, 
3rd Bart., M.P. Left 1858 1 . For some years resident in Canada; 
subsequently of Raynham Hall, Fakenham. DIED Feb. 28th, 1899. 

Lane, Harry Thomas Fowler (Druries), son of J. Lane, Esq. (O.H.), Leyton 
Grange, Essex. Left 1859 2 . DIED April 2nd, 1871. 

Langton, William Hey wood (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of W. Langton, Esq., 
Manchester and Salford Bank, Manchester. Left 1861 3 . Some time 
in business in London. 

Marriott, Charles Frederick (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. Marriott, Esq., Liver- 
pool. Left 1857 3 . Joined 6th Dragoon Guards, 1864; retired as 
Major ; served in the Afghan War, 1879-80 (medal). DIED Feb. 7th, 
1905. 

Ord, Edward Hamilton Blackett- ( The Grove), son of the Rev. J. A. Blackett- 
Ord, Whitfield Hall, Haydon Bridge, Carlisle. Left owing to ill-health, 
1857 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf.; joined 13th Hussars, 1864; retired 1865; 
Sec. Marriage Law Defence Union. E. H. Blackett- Ord, Esq., 41, 
Eardley Crescent, S.W. 

Rose, Philip Frederick (Mr. RendalVs), son of Sir P. Rose, 1st Bart., of Rayners. 
Left I860 1 . Solicitor, 1865 ; has ceased to practise ; Director of 
L.B. and S.C.R. and other companies ; succ. as 2nd Bart. 1883 ; 
J.P. and D.L. Bucks. (High Sheriff, 1898). Sir Philip F. Rose, Bart. t 
Rayners, Penn, Bucks. 

Sharp, William Edwardes (Small Houses), son of Major J. N. Sharp, Lahore, 
India. Left 1858 2 . Joined R.A. 1863; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1884; 
of The Croft, St. Anne's, Eastbourne. DIED about 1905. 

Skene, Felix James Henry (Mr. RendalVs), son of J. H. Skene, Esq., British 
Embassy, Constantinople. Left 1859 1 . For many years Clerk in the 
Judicial Department of the House of Lords ; retired 1908. F. J. H. 
Skene, Esq., Athenceum Club, S.W. 

Stewart, Francis (Mr. Oxenham's), son of F. Stewart, Esq., 22, St. John's 
Wood Park, N.W. Left I860 1 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866; 
M.A. 1869; Rector of Doddinghurst, Essex, 1879-96, of which parish 
he is Lord of the Manor and Patron ; Hon. Chaplain at Monaco, 
1898-1900. Rev. F. Stewart, 42, Oxford Terrace, W. 

Stewart, John Leveson Douglas (Druries), son of J. Stewart, Esq., Nateby 
Hall, Lanes. Left 1859 1 . Of Glenogil, Co. Forfar. DIED 1887. 



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Strutt, Hon. John William (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of John, 2nd Baron 
Rayleigh. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Canlb., Senior Wrangler and 1st 
Smith's Prizeman; B.A. 1865; Fellow of Trin. Coll. 1866-71 ; M.A. 
1868 ; Sc.D. 1888 ; succ. as 3rd Baron, 1873 ; Prof, of Experimental 
Physics at Camb. Univ. 1879-84; Prof, of Natural Philosophy at 
Royal Institution, 1888-1905 ; President of Royal Society since 1905 ; 
P.C. 1905; Chancellor of Cambridge Univ. since 1908; Lord-Lieut, 
of Essex, 1892-1901 ; Original Member of the Order of Merit, 1902 ; 
Knight of Prussian Order of Merit, 1904; D.C.L Oxon. ; LL.D. 
Dublin and Birmingham ; D.Sci. Leeds. Lord Rayleigh, O.M., Terling 
Place, Witham, Essex. 

Trevelyan, Thornton Roger (The Grove), son of T. R. Trevelyan, Esq., Nether- 
witton Hall, Morpeth. Left 1861 1 . Of Netherwitton Hall; J.P. 
Northumberland. DIED Jan. 16th, 1904. 

Turner, Charles Abraham (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of C. J. Turner, Esq., 
Pinkhurst, Taunton. Left 1858 3 . DIED in a railway carriage in 
France, while on his wedding tour, Aug. 10th, 1869. 

Walker, John Lucas (The Grove), son of E. Walker, Esq., 71, Oxford Terrace, 
W. Left 1858 3 . Barrister, 1871 ; of The Albany and 71, Oxford 
Terrace. DIED 1884. 



ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1857. 

Allfrey, Walter Mortimer (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. Allfrey, Esq., Woke- 
field Park, Reading. Football XI. 1861-2; left 1863 2 . W. M. 
Alljrey, Esq., Farley Castle, Reading. 

Ames, Reginald (Mr. Rendall's), son of G. H. Ames, Esq., Cote House, near 
Bristol. Left 1861 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1869; of 2, 
Albany Terrace, N.W. DIED Dec. 3rd, 1891. 

Bass, Hamar Alfred (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of M. T. Bass, Esq., M.P., 
Byrkley Lodge, Burton-on-Trent. Left I860 1 . Brewer ; of Byrkley 
Lodge ; M.P. Tamworth, 1878-85 ; W. Staffs. 1885-98 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Staffs. ; Master of the Meynell Foxhounds. DIED April 8th, 1898. 

Benyon, William Henry (Druries), son of T. Benyon, Esq., Gledhow Hall, 
Leeds. Left 1859 2 . Joined Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 1859; retired; 
late of South Cliff, Eastbourne ; J.P. Ripon ; F.R.G.S. W. H. 
Benyon, Esq., 115, Sloane Street, S.W. 

Blyth, Henry David Philip (The Park), son of J. Blyth, Esq., 24, Hyde Park 
Gardens, W. Left I860 1 . DIED at Sydney, N.S.W., Oct. 15th, 1862. 

Brodie, William Douglas Reynett (H.B.), son of W. Brodie, Esq., of Brodie, 
Forres, N.B. Left 1858 3 . DIED Nov. 16th, 1865. 

Buller, Frederick William (The Head Master's), son of F. P. Buller, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S. Left 1859 3 . Joined Madras Cavalry, 1860 ; Col. 1890 ; 
entered the N.W.P. Police about 1868. DIED in India, July 31st, 1897. 

Curling, Joseph James (The Head Master's), son of J. Curling, Esq., Herne 
Hill, Dulwich. Left 1862 2 , being the first candidate who passed 
direct from the School into R.M.A. Woolwich. Joined R.E. 1865 ; 
retired 1873 ; A.D.C. to Gov. of Bermuda and to Inspector-Gen, of 
Fortifications ; ordained 1873 ; Missionary of Bay of Islands, New- 
foundland, 1873-9; Rural Dean of the Strait of Belle Isle, 1879-89; 
Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1890 ; M.A. 1893 ; Principal of Theological Coll., 
St. John's, Newfoundland, 1891-2 ; Vicar of Hamble, Hants., 1892-1900. 
PIED Nov. 18th, 1906, 



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Darroch, Charles Stuart Parker (The Park), son of Major D. Darroch, of 
Gourock, Renfrewshire. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865; 
M.A. 1870; Vicar of Hayling Island, 1880-1; Hector of Medstead, 
Hants., 1881-99 ; Vicar of St. Thomas', Southborough, Kent, 1899. 
Rev. C. S. P. Darroch, St. Thomas' Vicarage, Southborough, Tun- 
bridge Wells. 

Deans, Charles (H.B.), son of C. Deans, Esq., H.M. Paymaster-General's 
Office. Left I860 2 . Late Chief Clerk, Lunacy Commission, England. 
C. Deans, Esq., c/o London & South Western Bank, Harrow. 

Deffell, Charles ( H.B.), son of J. H. Deffell, Esq. (O.H.), Harrow. Left I860 2 . 
Clerk in the Home Office, 1865 ; I.S.O., of which order he was Secretary 
and Registrar. DIED Jan. 12th, 1908. 

Forester, Cecil Theodore Weld (Mr. Middlemist's), son of the Rev. the Hon. 
O. W. W. Forester, 4th Baron Forester, 1886. Left 1859 1 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Wenlock, 1874-85 ; succ. as 5th Baron, 1894 ; J.P., 
D.L., and C.C. Salop ; J.P. Kent ; Mayor of Wenlock, 1898-9 and 1910. 
Lord Forester, Willey Park, Broseley, Salop. 

Gardyne, David Greenhill Bruce- (The Grove), son of W. Bruce-Gardyne, Esq., 
of Middleton, Arbroath, Forfar. Left 1857 2 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 
1866; Barrister, 1868. D. O. Bruce- Oar dyne, Esq., 26, Sloane 
Gardens, S.W. 

Goldney, Gabriel Prior (Druries), son of Sir G. Goldney, 1st Bart. Left 1861 2 . 
Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1867 ; Recorder of Helston, 1876-9 ; 
of Poole, 1879-82 ; Remembrancer of the City of London, 1882-1902 ; 
succ. as 2nd Bart. 1900 ; J.P. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1906) and Somerset ; 
D.L.London; late Major Wilts. Yeomanry ; C.B. 1902; C.V.O. 1904. 
Sir Prior Goldney, Bart., C.B., C.V.O. , Derriads, Chippenham. 

Goschen, Alexander Heun (Small Houses), son of H. Goschen, Esq.. Temple- 
ton House, Roehampton. Left I860 1 . Partner in Fruhling & 
Goschen, Foreign Bankers, London. A. H. Goschen, Esq., 27, 
Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Hodgson, Henry Tylston (The Head Master's), son of I. Hodgson, Esq., Kirby 
Frith, Leics. Left 1859 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; 
J.P. Herts. (High Sheriff, 1903) ; Deputy Chairman of the Midland 
Railway. H. T. Hodgson, Esq., Wekombe, Harpenden, Herts. 

Humphrys, Ambrose William (Mr. Kendall's), son of W. C. Humphrys, Esq., 
Elm Lodge, Bursledon, Southampton. Left 1859 1 . 

Ingram, James Croft (Mr. Kendall's), son of J. Ingram, Esq. (O.H.), Ades, 
Chailey, Sussex. Left 1862 2 . C.C.C. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; Solicitor, 1870 ; 
Partner in Ingram, Harrison & Ingram, London ; of Cobbe Place, 
Lewes. DIED March 30th, 1905. 

Kemmis, Thomas (Mr. Middlemist's), son of T. Kemmis, Esq., Killeen, Cool- 
banagher, Queen's Co. Left 1859 2 . Of Killeen ; J.P. Queen's Co. 
DIED May 8th, 1869. 

Kennard, Henry Steinmetz (Mr. Oxenham's), son of S. P. Kennard, Esq., 
Woodlands, Harrow Weald. Left 1861 2 . St. John's Coll. Oxf. ; of 
Shopwyke, Chichester. DIED Sept. 21st, 1902. 

King-King, Eustace (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. King-King, Esq., 
Staunton Park, Leominster. Left 1862 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1868 ; 
Vicar of Lullington, Derbyshire, 1873-1903 ; has assumed the name 
of King only. Rev. E. King, The Rise, Orleton, Herefordshire. 

Kinnersly, William Thomas (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of E. 
Kinnersly, Esq., Binfield Manor, Bracknell. Left I860 2 . Ch. Ch. 
Oxf. ; of Binfield ; Capt. Berks. Militia. DIED 1876. 



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Mackenzie, Colin (The Grove), son of J. Mackenzie, Esq., 11, Abercromby 

Place, Edinburgh. Left 1859 2 . Capt. 78th Highlanders. DIED at 

St. Moritz, March 19th, 1890. 
Martin, Samuel John (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of S. Martin, Esq., Belmont 

Grove, Belmont Road, Liverpool. Left 186 1 3 . 
Martin, William Fleming (Mr. Middlemist's), son of W. H. Martin, Esq., 

Colonial Bank, Demerara. Left I860 1 . 
Mathews, John Edward Chapman (Mr. Oxenham's), son of J. H. Mathews, 

Esq., 142, Harley Street, W. Left 186 1 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 

1865 ; late Major Glos. Yeomanry. Major J. E. C. Mathews, 55, 

Cornwall Gardens, S. W. 
Maunsell, Richard Mark Synnot (The Grove), son of G. W. Maunsell, Esq. 

Oakley Park, Celbridge, Co. Kildare. Left I860 2 . Capt. 1st Dragoons ; 

of Oakley Park; J.P. Kildare (High Sheriff, 1890-2) and Clare. 

DIED Dec. 31st, 1907. 
Norland, Benjamin Henry (Druries), son of the Rev. B. Morland, Shabbington 

Vicarage, Wheatley. Left I860 2 . Emmanuel Coll. Camb. ; J.P. 

Bucks, and Berks. B. H. Morland, Esq., Sheepstead House, Abingdon, 

Mowatt, James (H.B.), son of J. R. Mowatt, Esq., Sec. G.N.R., Harrow. 
Monitor, 1863 ; Shooting XI. 1862-3 ; left 1863 3 . Caius Coll. Camb., 
B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1871 ; Barrister, 1871 ; rode across Turkey, 1872 ; 
F.R.G.S. J. Mowatt, Esq., Reform Club, S.W. 

Pearce, William (The Park), son of W. Pearce, Esq., 12, Canning Street, 
Liverpool. Left 1859 2 . 

Phlpps, Richard Leckonby Hothersall (H.B.), son of J. L. Phipps, Esq., 
Leighton, Westbury. Left I860 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; Barrister, 1868 ; 
of Leighton ; J.P. and D.L. Wilts. (High Sheriff, 1884). DIED 
Nov. 2nd, 1889. 

Porter, Edward Endymion ( The Head Master's), son of W. Porter, Esq. (O.H.), 
Henbury Fort, Honiton. Football XL 1861 ; left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870; J.P. Wilts, and Somerset. E. E. 
Porter, Esq., Easthill, Rodden, Frome. 

Reid, George Boileau (Small Houses and The Park), son of L. R. Reid, Esq., 
122, Westbourne Terrace, W. Monitor, 1861 ; Neeld Scholar, 1861 ; 
left 1862 2 . Exhibitioner of C.C.C. Oxf., 1st Class Mods. ; Bombay 
C.S. 1867-97 ; Commr. N. Division. #. B. Reid, Esq., Fair Hill, 
Camberley, Surrey. 

Reiss, Frederick Augustus (Mr. Middlemist's), son of L. Reiss, Esq., Broom 
House, Eccles. Left 1862 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866; Rector 
of Rock, Worcs., 1870-1904 ; of Donnington, Herefordshire, 1904 ; 
J.P. Worcs. Rev. F. A. Reiss, Donnington Rectory, Ledbury. 

Ridley, Edward (The Park), son of Sir M. W. Ridley, 4th Bart. Monitor, 
1860 ; Head of the School, 1861 ; Neeld Scholar, 1861 ; Football XI. 
1860 ; Capt. 1861 ; Shooting XI. 1862 ; left 1862 2 . Scholar of C.C.C. 
Oxf., 1st Class Mods, and Finals; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; Fellow of 
All Souls, 1866-83 ; Barrister, 1868 ; Q.C. 1892 ; M.P., S. Northumber- 
land, 1878-80 ; Official Referee of Supreme Court, 1886-97 ; Justice of 
Queen's Bench Division, and Knighted, 1897. Hon. Mr. Justice 
Ridley, 48, Lennox Gardens, S.W. 

Russell, John (Mr. Bradby's), son of Lord J. Russell, M.P., 1st Earl Russell, 
1861. Left 1859 3 . Viscount Amberley, 1861 ; Edin. Univ. and 
Trin. Coll. Camb. ; M.P. Nottingham, 1866-8 , author of " An Analysis 
of Religious Belief," 1876. DIED Jan. 9th, 1876. 

Saunders, Charles Austin (The Park), son of C. Saunders, Esq., Fulwood Park, 
Aigburth, Liverpool. Left 1859 2 . 



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Stopford, Robert Wllbraham (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Admiral R F. 
Stopford, 26, Eaton Square, S.W. Left 1857 Entered R.N. 1857 ; 
retired as Rear- Admiral 1899 ; Vice- Admiral, 1904 served with Naval 
Brigade in the Soudan (medal), 1884 ; Capt. R.N. Coll. Greenwich, 
1892-5. DIED June 9th, 1911. 

Thompson, Henry Charles (Mr. E. H. Vaughans), son of Rev. Sir H. Thomp- 
son (O.K.), 3rd Bart., of Virhees. Left I860 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. 
DIED Jan. 15th, 1863. 

Upcher, Russell (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of H. R. Upcher, Esq. (O.K.), 
Sheringham Hall, Norfolk. Left I860 2 . Joined 24th Regt. (S. Wales 
Borderers), 1862 ; Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1887-9 ; Lieut. -Col. Comm. 
Durham L.I. 1890-4 ; retired as Major-Gen. 1902 ; served in Kaffir 
and Zulu Campaigns, 1877-9 (4 times mentioned in despatches ; medal 
and clasp), and in Burmese Campaigns, 1886-9 (mentioned in despatches; 
medal and 2 clasps) ; Col. Durham L.I. ; D.S.O. 1887 ; C.B. 1897 ; 
J.P. Suffolk. Major- Oen. R. Upcher, C.B., D.S.O. , The Warren, 
Fritton, Yarmouth. 

Walker, Edward William (Mr. Middlemist's), son of Sir E. S. Walker, Berry 
Hill, Mansfield. Monitor, 1862 ; left 1863 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; 
Barrister, 1868 ; of Berry Hill ; J.P. Notts. DIED at Cologne, 
July 3rd, 1899. 

Welland, Laurence Palk (Small Houses}, son of the Rev. L. P. Welland, 
Talaton Rectory, Ottery St. Mary. Left 186 1 2 . Univ. Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1866; Rector of Talaton, 1869-87. DIED Dec. 27th, 1887. 

Wheeler, Arthur Frederick (The Park), son of H. J. Wheeler, Esq., 27, Hyde 
Park Gardens, W. Left I860 2 . Went out to Mississippi as a Cotton 
Planter in 1869 ; returned after 20 years and engaged in C.O.S. work. 
DIED in New York, Aug. 29th, 1899. 

Yarborough, George Bryan Cooke- (Small Houses and The Park), son of G. C. 
Yarborough, Esq., Campsmount, Doncaster. Left 1857 3 . Afterwards 
at Eton ; Ch. Ch. and St. Alban Hall, Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; late 14th 
Hussars ; J.P. and D.L. W. Riding Yorks. G. B. Cooke- Yarborough, 
Esq., as above. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1857. 

Acheson, Hon. Edward Archibald Brabazon ( The Grove), son of Archibald, 3rd 
Earl of Gosford (O.K.). Cricket XI. 1861 ; left 1861 2 . Joined Cold- 
stream Guards, 1865 ; retired as Major-Gen. 1887 ; served in Egyptian 
War, 1882 (present at action of Mahuta and battle of Tel-el-Kebir ; 
medal, clasp, and Khedive's Star). Major- Gen. the Hon. E. A. B. 
Acheson, Travellers' Club, S.W. 

Anstruther, Hamilton (Small Houses), son of Sir R. A. Anstruther, 4th Bart., 
of Balcaskie. Left 1859 2 . In business in India. DIED at Ancona, 
Sept. 4th, 1873. 

Argles, Charles Davys (Small Houses), son of Dr. M. Argles, Dean of Peter- 
borough. Monitor, 1861 ; Lyon Scholar, 1862 ; left 1862 2 . Scholar 
and Members' Prizeman of Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1869 ; 
Assistant Master at Haileybury Coll. DROWNED in the Thames at 
Cookham, Aug. 2nd, 1879. 

Barton, Edward (The Head Master's), son of H. Barton, Esq. Tidmington 
House, Shipston-on-Stour. Left I860 2 . Farmer ; of Park-le-Brace, 
near Swansea. DIED July 18th, 1873. 

Barton, Hugh Massey (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of T. J. Barton, Esq., 
Glendalough House, Greystones, Wicklow. Left 1859 2 . Joined 7th 
Regt. 1864 ; transferred to 17th Lancers. DIED Feb. 28th, 1880. 



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Biddulph, Robert Myddelton- ( The Park), son of Col. R. Myddelton-Biddulph, 
M.P., Chirk Castle, Denbighshire. Left I860 1 . Joined Royal Welsh 
Fusiliers, 1863. DIED at Malta, Sept. 4th, 1863. 

Bradby, Harry (Mr. Kendall's), son of Capt. T. Bradby, Peartree Lodge. 
Southampton. Left 1861 2 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1868. H, 
Bradby, Esq., 5, Grosvenor Square, Southampton. 

Brewis, Samuel Richard (Mr. Middlemist's), son of S. Brewis, Esq., Langley 
House, Prestwich. Left 1859 3 . Of Ibstone House, Tetsworth ; J.P. 
Bucks. (High Sheriff, 1884) and Oxon. DIED March 4th, 1897. 
Carnac, Arthur Boileau Rivett- (The Grove), son of Admiral J. Rivett-Carnac, 
46, Devonshire Street, Portland Place, W. Left I860 3 . St. Mary 
Hall, Oxf., and St. Catherine's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1873 ; Curate of 
Bremhill, Wilts., 1873-6. DIED Aug. 15th, 1885. 

Cookson, John Blencowe (The Park), son of J. Cookson, Esq., Meldon Park, 
Morpeth. Football XI. 1861 ; left 186 1 3 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; of 
Meldon Park ; Col. Northumberland Yeomanry (Terr.) ; J.P. and D.L. 
Northumberland ; J.P. W. Riding Yorks. ; Master Morpeth Fox- 
hounds ; C.B. DIED Feb. 4th, 1910. 

Cowan, Walter ( The Grove), son of J. G. Cowan, Esq., Edinburgh. Left 1861 3 . 
Joined 60th Rifles, 1863 ; retired as Capt. 1876 ; of Kinmonth, Bridge 
of Earn, N.B. DIED Jan. 17th, 1896. 

Davies, George Reynolds (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of D. R. Davies, Esq., 
Mere Old Hall, Knutsford. Football XI. 1859 ; left I860 2 . Merchant 
in Manchester; J.P. Cheshire. G. R. Davies, Esq., Forest Hill, 
Hartford , Cheshire . 

Edmeades, James Frederick (Small Houses), son of the Rev. W. H. Edmeades 
(O.H.), Nurstead Court, Gravesend. Left 1859 2 . J.P. Kent ; late 
Lieut. Col. W. Kent Yeomanry; M.V.O. 1905. Lieut.-Col. J. F. 
Edmeades, M.V.O., Hazells, Gravesend. 

Edwards, Charles Grove (Small Houses), son of Sir H. Edwards, 1st Bart., of 
Pyeriest. Left 1861 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1870 ; Bar- 
rister, 1868 ; of Lambourne Place, Berks. ; J.P. Berks, and W. Riding 
Yorks. ; Col. W. Yorks. Yeomanry. DIED Dec. 5th, 1904. 

Egginton, Samuel Gardner (Mr. Middlemist's), son of S. H. Egginton, Enq., 
North Ferriby, Brough, Yorks. Left 1862 2 . Of Beaumont Gardens, 
Glasgow. DIED March 14th, 1875. 

Fanshawe, Edward Cardwell (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Adm. Sir E. G. 
Fanshawe, G.C.B., 74, Cromwell Road, S.W. Left 1861 2 . Joined 
R.E. 1865; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1888. Lieut.-Col. E. C. Fanshawe, 
111, Ladbroke Road, W. 

FInlay, Colin Campbell (The Park), son of A. S. Finlay, Esq. (O.K.), of Castle 
Toward, Greenock. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 
1871 ; of Castle Toward ; J.P. and D.L. Argyll. DIED Feb. 15th, 1899. 

Fisher, Arthur Thomas (Druries), son of T. R. Fisher, Esq., Frewen Hall, 
Oxford. Left I860 1 . Joined 2nd Queen's Regt. 1864 ; transferred 
to 21st Hussars, 1869 ; retired as Major, 1883 ; author of " Through 
the Stable and Saddleroom " and various works on sport and natural 
history. Major A. T. Fisher, The Hermitage, Bemerton, near Salis- 
bury. 

FitzGerald, Maurice ( The Grove), son of Sir P. G. FitzGerald, 1st Bart., Knight 
of Kerry. Previously at Cheltenham ; left I860 3 . Joined Rifle 
Brigade, 1863 ; retired as Capt. 1881 ; served in Ashanti War, 1873-4 
as A.D.C. to Sir A. Alison (several times mentioned in despatches ; 
medal with clasp) ; succ. as 2nd Bart, and 20th Knight of Kerry, 
1880 ; Equerry to the Duke of Connaught ; C.V.O. 1905 ; J.P. and 
D.L. Kerry ; J.P. Cambs. and Co. Carlow. The Knight of Kerry, 
C.V.O., Buckland, Faringdon, Berks. ,,..] 



1857 3 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUOHAN. 301 

Fowler, Ernest William (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of R. C. Fowler, Esq., 
Gunton Hall, Lowestoft. Left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. Suffolk. 
E. W. Fowler, Esq., Old Hall, Gunton, Lowestoft. 

Gillespie, Robert William (Druries), son of Sir R. Gillespie, of Springhill, 

Douglas, Co. Lanark. Cricket XI. 1861 ; left 1861 3 . Assumed the 

additional name of Stainton, 1873 ; J.P. Leics. R. W. Gilleapie- 
Stainton, Esq., Bitteswell, Lutterworth. 

Cribble, John Charles (H.B. and Mr. Kendall's), son of T. Gribble, Esq., 
Harrow. Left 1861 3 . Univ. Coll. Oxf. DIED June 8th, 1901. 

Hall, Charles (The Park), son of Vice-Chancellor Sir C. Hall. Left 1862. 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1868 ; Barrister, 1866 ; Q.C. 1881 ; 
Bencher of the Middle Temple, 1884 ; M.P. W. Cambs. 1885-92 ; 
Finsbury (Holborn), 1892-1900 ; Attorney-Gen, to King Edward VII. 
when Prince of Wales, 1887-92 ; Recorder of London, 1892-1900 ; 
K.C.M.G. ; P.C. DIED March 9th, 1900. 

Hamilton, William Alexander Baillie- (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Admiral 
W. A. Baillie-Hamilton. Left 1863 2 . Entered Colonial Office, 1864 ; 
1st Class Clerk, 1879 ; Sec. to Colonial Conference, 1887 ; Principal 
Clerk, 1894; Chief Clerk, 1897; retired 1909; Barrister, 1872; 
Officer of Arms of St. Michael and St. George, 1901 ; Gentleman Usher 
of the Blue Rod, 191 1 ; late Col. Lothian and Berwickshire Yeomanry ; 
C.M.G. 1887; C.B. 1892; K.C.M.G. 1897; author of "Mr. Montenello ; 
a Romance of the Civil Service." Sir W. A. Baillie-Hamilton, 
K.C.M.G., C.B., 55, Sloane Street, S.W. 

Hartley, George Thompson (Small Houses and The Park), son of J. Hartley, 
Esq., Tong Castle, Shifnal. Left 1861 3 . J.P. and D.L. Staffs. ; J.P. 

,lii Salop ; late Cornet Staffs. Yeomanry. G. T. Hartley, Esq., Wheaton 
As.ton Hall, Stafford. 

Hewlett, William Oxenham (H.B. and Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Hewlett, 
Esq., F.R.C.S., Surgeon to Harrow School. Monitor, 1862 ; Cricket 
XL 1862-3 ; left 1863 2 . Solicitor, 1870 ; Master of the Supreme Court, 
Chancery Division, 1890. W. O. Hewlett, Esq., Parkside, Harrow. 

Hoare, Robert Gurney ( The Head Master's), son of J. G. Hoare, Esq., Hamp- 
stead. Left 1858 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; Banker at New- 
castle ; of Jesmond Park, Newcastle. DIED May 22nd, 1899. 

Hussey, John Fraser (Mr. Bradby's), son of J. Hussey, Esq., The Close, 
Salisbury. Left 1859 3 . M.R.C.S., M.R.C.P., Edin. ; has never 
practised. J. F. Hussey, Esq., Quatre Bras, Dorchester, Dorset. 

Jackson, John Peter ( The Head Master's), son of Sir W. Jackson, 1st Bart., of 
Birkenhead. Left I860 2 . Civil and Mining Engineer ; of Stubben 
Edge, Chesterfield; J.P. Derbyshire. DIED Feb. 28th, 1899. 

Jones, Henry Clarke (Druries), son of B. Jones, Esq., Goring Place, Llanelly. 
DIED Sept. 1858. 

Kenyon, John George (Mr. Kendall's), son of the Hon. E. Kenyon (O.K.), 
Maesfen, Whitchurch, Salop. Left 1862 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. and 
S.C.L. 1867 ; some time in the Pontifical Zouaves ; Knight of the 
Order of St. Gregory ; Private Chamberlain to Leo XIII. ; J.P. 
Norfolk. J. G. Kenyon, Esq., Gillingham Hall, Beccles. 

Kerrison, Roger (The Head Master's), son of R. A. Kerrison, Esq., Birkfield, 
Ipswich. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1872 ; 
Inter-University Sports (Hurdles), 1864 ; Banker at Ipswich ; J.P. 
Suffolk (High Sheriff, 1900). .ft. Kerrison, Esq., 19, Rue Forestiere, 
Brussels. 



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Kettlewell, William Wildman (Mr. Bradby's), son of W. W. Kettlewell, Esq., 
Balham, Surrey. Left I860 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1863; M.A. 
1866 ; joined 27th Regt. ; transferred to 85th Regt. ; retired ; J.P. 
Somerset (High Sheriff, 1891). W. W. Kettlewell, Esq., Harptree 
Court, East Harptree, Bristol. 

Long, Charles Hamilton Kellett (The Grove), son of R. K. Long, Esq. (O.K.), 
Dunston Hall, Norwich. Left 186 1 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1867 ; 
Inter-University Sports (2 Miles), 1866-7; Winner (dead heat), 1866; 
Vicar of Swinderby, Lines., 1876. DIED April 13th, 1910. 

McAlpine, Cunyngham Martyn (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. McAlpine, Esq., 
23, East Cliff, Dover. Left 1859 3 . Joined 74th Regt. (Highland L.I.), 
1861 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1887. Lieut.- Col. C. M. McAlpine, 
Garvock House, Dunning, Perthshire. 

Manning, Robert Barlow (The Park), son of G. Manning, Esq., Cole House, 
Newton Abbot, Devon. Left 1859 3 . Joined 64th Regt. 1863 ; 
transferred to 7th Fusiliers ; retired as Major ; of Dean Prior, Torquay. 
DIED July 9th, 1898. 

Maxwell, William Francis (Druries), son of Sir W. Maxwell, 3rd Bart., of 
Cardoness. Left I860 2 . Succ. as 4th Bart. 1886; J.P. and D.L. 
Kirkcudbright. Sir W. F. Maxwell, Bart., Cardoness, Gatehouse, N.B. 

Meynell, Godfrey Franceys ( The Head Master's), son of J. Meynell, Esq. (O.K.), 
Meynell Langley, Derby. Left I860 2 . J.P. Derby (High Sheriff, 
1874)._ #. F. Meynell, Esq., as above. 

Mules, Alfred Philip (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of H. C. Mules, Esq., Freston, 
Suffolk. Left 1861 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf. ; joined 91st Regt. 1864. 

O'Neill, Arthur (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. W. O'Neill, 1st Baron O'Neill, 
1868. Left 1862 1 . Trin. Coll. Oxf. DIED Jan. 12th, 1870. 

Oxenham, Edward Lavington (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. W. Oxenham 
(O.K.), Harrow. Left 1862 3 . Magd. Hall, Oxf. ; appointed to 
Consular Service, China, 1866 ; was Consul at Chinkiang, Kiungchow, 
and Ichang ; retired 1890 ; Barrister, 1883 ; F.R.G.S. ; F.M.S. ; 
author of an Historical Atlas of the Chinese Empire. DIED Sept. 26th, 
1896. 

Parker, Charles Edward (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Parker, Esq., Bretten- 
ham Park, Suffolk. Left 1861 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; B.A. 1867 ; 
C.U. Racket Player (Doubles, 1865 and 1867 ; Singles, 1867). DIED 
1882. 

Parker, William Jackson (The Park), son of W. Parker, Esq., Ware Park, 
Herts. Left (ill) I860 2 . DIED Dec. 26th, 1860. 

Parr, Raymond William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Parr, Esq., Grappenhall 
Heyes, Warrington. Left 1862 1 . Joined 75th Regt. 1863 ; retired 
as Capt. Capt. R. W. Parr, 71, Chester Square, S.W. 

Peel, Edmund ( The Grove), son of J. Peel, Esq., Middleton Hall, Tamworth. 
Left I860 3 . Trin. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865; joined 14th Hussars, 1866; 
retired as Capt. ; of Boxwell Court, Glos. DIED June 9th, 1885. 

Phipps, Henry Hugh Thomas Rose ( H.B.), son of T. Phipps, Esq. Left I860 8 . 
Trin. Hall, Camb., LL.B. 1866. H. H. T. R. Phipps, Esq., 17, 
Talgarth Road, W. 

Plowden, Ernest Hunter Chichele (The Head Master's), son of Col. J. C. 
Plowden, Chatsworth Lodge, Lower Norwood. Left 1858 1 . Resided 
for some time in India and subsequently in Australia. 



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Plowden, Trevor John Chichele ( The Head Master's), son of G. A. C. Plowden, 
Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 1858 3 . Joined Indian Army, 1859; Lieut. -Col. ; 
served with Punjab Frontier Force ; subsequently in civil employment ; 
highly commended for his administration of the Kohat district during 
the Afghan War, 1878-80 ; Deputy Commr. of Dera Ghazi Khan 
district of the Punjab ; author of educational works on the Afghan 
language ; C.I.E. DIED Sept. 15th, 1887. 

Poyer, John Poyer ( The Head Master's), son of J. P. Poyer, Esq., Barbados* 
Monitor, 1861 ; left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866 ; M.A. 1869. 

Robertson, Thomas Haggerston (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of D. Robertson, 
Esq., M.P., of Ladykirk, Berwick, 1st Baron Marjoribanks, 1873. 
Left I860 2 . DIED May 2nd, 1861. 

Rogers, John Henry (Mr. RendalVs], son of the Rev. A. Rogers, 18, Portland 
Square, Bristol. Left 1861 1 . Wadham Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 
1868 ; Curate-in-Charge of Remington, Somerset, 1871-2 ; of St. 
Paul's, Leamington, 1873-6; P.C. of St. George's, Brighton, 1877-83; 
Chaplain at Pau, 1883-8 ; Curate-in-Charge of Brenchley, Kent, 1888-9 ; 
Vicar of Thorpe Hamley, Norwich, 1889-95 ; of Pendeen, Cornwall, 
1895-1902 ; Vicar of Malvern, N.Z., 1902-3 ; of St Alban's, Canter- 
bury, N.Z., 1903-9; of Hinds, N.Z., 1909. Rev. J. H. Rogers, Hinds 
Vicarage, Christchurch, N.Z. 

Samson, Louis (Druries), son of L. Samson, Esq., 45, Gloucester Square, W. 
Left 1861 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865; M.A. 1882; Barrister, 1868; 
J.P. Pembrokeshire (High Sheriff, 1893) ; D.L. Haverfordwest. L. 
Samson, Esq., Scotchwell, Haverfordwest, S. Wales. 

Selfe, Edward Henry (The Park), son of H. J. Selfe, Esq., 15, Torrington 
Square, W.C. Monitor, 1861 ; left 1862 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1867; 
Barrister, 1868. DIED Oct. 17th, 1880. 

Simpson, William Bridgeman- ( The Grove), son of the Rev. W. Bridgeman- 
Simpson, Babworth Rectory, E. Retford. Left 1859 3 . For many 
years resident in Canada. W. Bridgeman-Simpson, Esq., Rufforth 
Hall, York. 

Sinkins, William Stancomb (The Grove), son of J. Sinkins, Esq., Walbridge 
House, Frome. Left I860 2 . Joined 8th (The King's) Regt. 1863 ; 
retired as Lieut.-Col. 1883 ; J.P. Hants. ; late Col. Hants. R.V. 
Col. W. S. Sinkins, Aldermoor House, Southampton. 

Taylor, James Alexander (The Park), son of J. G. Tayler, Esq., 23, Norfolk 
Crescent, Hyde Park, W. Left 1859 2 . 

Templer, James Lethbridge Brooke (H.B.), son of J. C. Templer, Esq., Harrow. 
Left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; late Col. 7th (Militia) Batt. Middlesex 
Regt. ; expert in military ballooning ; served in Egyptian War of 
1882 as Commandant of Balloon Dept. (medal and Khedive's Star) ; 
in the Soudan Expedition, 1885 (present at Hasheen ; mentioned in 
despatches ; clasp) ; and in Boer War as Director of Steam Road 
Transport ; has been Instructor of Ballooning at Chatham and Alder- 
shot, and Supt. of the Balloon Factory at Aldershot ; Adviser in 
Ballooning to the Government, and organiser of Steam Road Trans- 
port for the Army. Col. J. L. B. Templer, 51, Castletown Road, W. 

Thompson, William James (The Park), son of W. J. Thompson, Esq., 38, 
Mincing Lane, E.C. Left I860 3 . Tea and Colonial Broker ; D.L. 
London. W. J. Thompson, Esq., Elmer, near Leatherhead. 

Tudway, Charles Clement (Small Houses), son of R. C. Tudway, Esq. (O.H.), 
Wells, Somerset. Left 186 1 3 . Magd. Coll. Camb. ; J.P. and D.L. 
Somerset ; late Capt. N. Somerset Yeomanry C. C. Tudway, Esq., 
as above. 



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Williams, Henry Lewis (H.B.), son of J. Williams, Esq., Highfield Hall, 
Northrop, Flint. Football XI. 1859-60; left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1868 ; Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bingley, Yorks., 
1877-88 ; Vicar of Bleasby, Notts., 1888-1911. DIED March 29th, 1911. 

Woodgate, Charles Thomas (The Park), son of Mrs. Woodgate, 3, Southern 
Hill, Reading. Left 1861 2 . Late of Bristol. 

Woods, George John (Mr. Middlemist's), son of H. H. Woods, Esq., Whites- 
town House, Balbriggan, Dublin. Left I860 3 . Joined 81st Regt. 
1861; transferred to " 13th Hussars ; of Builth, Co. Brecon. DIED 
May 25th, 1885. 

Yorke, Hon. Eliot Constantine ( The Head Master's), son of Charles, 4th Earl 
of Hardwicke (O.H.). Left 1858 1 . M.P. Cambs., 1874-8; Equerry 
to the Duke of Edinburgh ; Capt. Cambs. Militia. DIED Dec. 21st, 
1878. 

ENTRANCES, JANUARY EASTER 1858. 

Batt, Robert Narcissus (Small Houses and The Park), son of R. Batt, Esq., 
Purdysburn, Belfast. Left I860 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Purdysburn ; 
J.P. and D.L. Down (High Sheriff, 1870). DIED Nov. 20th, 1891. 

Beavan, Reginald (Druries), son of Capt. Beaven, H.E.I.C.S. Left 1859 2 . 
Joined Bengal Army, 1860 ; retired as Col. 1892 ; served in Afghan 
War, 1878-9 ; some time employed on Topographical Survey of India ; 
J.P. Co. Radnor. Col. R. Beavan, Bryn-yr- Hydd, Llowes, Hereford. 

Bridgeman, Hon. George Cecil Orlando (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Or- 
lando, Viscount Newport (O.H.), 3rd Earl of Bradford, 1865. Left 
1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; joined 1st Life Guards, 1864 ; retired 1867 ; 
Viscount Newport, 1865 ; M.P. N. Salop, 1867-85 ; attached to the 
Duke of Aber corn's Special Mission to the King of Italy, 1878 ; succ. 
as 4th Earl, 1898. Earl of Bradford, 44, Lowndes Square, S.W. 

Brooke, Francis Charteris Henry ( The Head Master's), son of A. B. Brooke, 
Esq., 81, Gloucester Place, W. Left 1859 2 . Joined 1st Regt. 1862; 
retired as Capt. 

Burnett, Arthur Wildman (The Park], son of J. R. F. Burnett, Esq. (O.K.), 
Vauxhall, Surrey. Left 1862 2 . M.I.C.E. ; superintended the forma- 
tion of the new water supply at Colombo, Ceylon. DIED Nov. 1890. 

Cater, Charles Alexander (Small Houses), son of J. W. Cater, Esq., West Lodge, 
Barnet. Cricket and Football XI. 1861 ; left 1862 1 . Merchant ; 
Partner in J. W. Cater, Sons & Co., London. DIED Feb. 3rd, 1892. 

Chaplin, Cecil (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. H. Chaplin (O.H.), 
Blankney, Sleaford. Left 1861 1 . Partner in Robarts, Lubbock & 
Co., Bankers, London. DIED Dec. 28th, 1909. 

Chapman, John Fryer (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. R, Chapman, Esq., Arundel 
House, Tunbridge Wells. Left 1862 1 . Joined 7th Dragoon Guards, 
1863 ; Capt. 1869. DIED at Benares, India, 1885. 

Cookson, Walter Selby (The Head Master's), son of I. T. Cookson, Esq., 
Swinburne Castle, Northumberland. Left I860 1 . Farmer in Argen- 
tina. DIED in S. America about 1876. 

Digby, William Fitzgerald (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. the Hon. 
K. H. Digby (O.K.), Tittleshall Rectory, Norfolk. Left I860 2 . No 
profession ; of Grange House, Cambridge. DIED Nov. 18th, 1898. 

Douglas, Arthur Percy (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Sir R. P. Douglas, 4th 
Bart., of Carr. Left 1858 1 . Entered R.N. 1859; retired as Lieut. 
1871 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1891 ; late Under Sec. of Defence, New 
Zealand. Sir A. P. Douglas, Bart., 6, Qlendower Place, South Ken- 
sington. 



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Drummond, Allan Harvey (The Grove], son of H. Drummond, Esq. (O.H.), 

Iping, Sussex. Left 1862 2 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. and S.C.L. 1866 ; 

Banker ; Partner in Drummonds, Bankers, London ; late Major 3rd 

(Militia) Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers. A. H. Drummond, Esq., 

7, Ennismore Gardens, S.W. 
Dundas, Robert (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of Sir D. Dundas, 

2nd Bart., of Beechwood. Cricket XL 1862 ; left 18622. In Rifle 

Brigade. DIED at Quebec, Sept. 19th, 1865. 
Elphinston, Thomas Philips (Mr. Oxenham's), son of A. Elphinston, Esq., 

Chewton Glen, Christchurch, Hants. Left 1858 3 . Of Cranemoor 

Lodge, Christchurch. DIED May 23rd, 1893. 
Finlay, Alexander Kirkman (The Park], son of A. S. Finlay, Esq. (O.K.), of 

Castle Toward, Greenock. Left 1863 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; of Glenor- 

miston, Australia. DIED July 29th, 1883. 
Garford, Arthur (Mr. Middlemisfs), son of J. Garford, Esq., 31, Russell 

Square, W.C. Left 1858 2 . No profession. DIED Aug. 31st, 1870. 
Gilchrist, Thomas (Small Houses and The Park), son of J. Gilchrist, Esq., 48, 

Porchester Terrace, W. Left 1862 1 . In business in Australia. DIED 

at Sydney, N.S.W., May 23rd, 1869. 
Gilchrist, William Oswald (Small Houses and The Park), brother of the above. 

Left 186 1 3 . Australian Merchant and Pastoralist. W. O. Oilchrist, 

Esq., Oakley Hall, Basingstoke. 
Grisewood, Harman ( The Park), son of H. Grisewood, Esq., Daylesford House, 

Chipping Norton. Left 1861 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1864 ; M.A. 1867 ; 

of The Den, Bognor ; J.P. Glos. DIED at Grasse, France, Nov. 13th, 

1909. 

Groucock, Richard Foard (The Park). Left 1859 3 . DIED May 1862. 
Barter, Alfred Edward (Mr. Kendall's), son of W. Barter, Esq., Hope Hall, 

Eccles. Left 186 1 2 . Formerly in business in Manchester. A. E. 

Harter, Esq., Ingleside, Epsom. 
Heathfield, Ernest (H.B.), son of R. Heathfield, Esq., Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Left 1862 2 . Metal Merchant in London. DIED Nov. 14th, 1899. 
Higgins, William Francis (The Head Master's), son of T. C. Higgins, Esq., 

Turvey House, Bedford. Left I860 3 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf., B.A. 

and S.C.L. 1867 ; of Turvey House ; J.P. and D.L. Beds. (High 

Sheriff, 1872) ; J.P. Bucks, and Northants. ; Deputy Chairman Beds. 

Quarter Sessions ; Major 3rd (Militia) Batt. Beds. Regt. DIED 

March 7th, 1899. 
Hives, Charles John (The Grove), son of C. Hives, Esq., Holmwood, Westbury, 

Bristol. Left 1858 2 . Lieut. R.N. DIED 1873. 
Maitland, William Fuller- (The Head Master's), son of W. Fuller-Maitland, 

Esq., Stansted Hall, Essex. Cricket XI. 1860-3 ; Football XI. 1862 ; 

left 1863 3 . Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; O.U. Cricket XI. 1864-7 ; O.U. Racket 

Player (Singles and Doubles), 1866 ; Inter-University Sports (Long 

Jump and Quarter-Mile), 1865-6-7 ; M.P. Breconshire, 1875-95 ; J.P. 

and D.L. Brecon ; J.P. Essex and Herts. W. Fuller-Maitland, Esq., 

as above. 
Milne, John Bowker (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Rev. N. Milne, Radcliffe 

Rectory, Manchester. Monitor, 1862 ; left 1863 1 . Brasenose Coll. 

Oxf., B.A. 1867. DIED many years ago. 
Mirehouse, William Edward (Druries), son of the Rev. W. S. Mirehouse (O.K.), 

Hambrook Grove, Bristol. Cricket XI. 1863 ; Football XI. 1862 ; 

left 1863 2 . Clare Coll. Camb., B.A. 1867 ; M.A. 1870 ; Barrister, 

1870; Recorder of Wenlock since 1889; Revising Barrister for 

Oxfordshire since 1885 ; of Hambrook Grove, Bristol. W. E. Mire- 
house, Esq., as above, and 4, Pump Court, Temple, E.G. 

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Moseley, Henry Nottidge (Mr. Rendall's), son of the Rev. H. Moseley, Olver- 
ton Vicarage, Bristol. Left 1862 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., 1st Class 
Natural Science ; B.A. 1868 ; M.A. 1872 ; Fellow, 1876-81 ; Rad- 

cliffe Travelling Fellow, 1869 ; Member of the English Government 

Eclipse Expedition, 1871 ; Naturalist on board the Challenger, 1872-6 ; 

Assistant Registrar to Univ. of London, 1879-81 ; Linacre Prof, of 

Anatomy at Oxf. and Fellow of Merton Coll. 1881 ; Fellow of the 

Royal and numerous other Societies ; author of " Notes by a Naturalist 

on the Challenger ," 1879, and other works on natural history. DIED 

Nov. 10th, 1891. 
Papillon, David (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of T. Papillon, Esq., Crowhurst 

Park, Battle. Left I860 3 . Joined the Gordon Highlanders, 1863 ; 

retired as Lieut.-Col. 1884. Lieut.- Col. D. Papillon, Ellerslie, Catti- 

stock, Dorset. 
Parker, Christopher (Druries), son of the Rev. C. Parker, Skirwith Abbey, 

Penrith. Left 1862 1 . Of Skirwith Abbey ; Lieut. Cumberland 

Militia. DIED March llth, 1869. 
Petley, Charles Carter (Small Houses), son of C. R. C. Petley, Esq., Riverhead, 

Sevenoaks. Left 1858 1 . Capt. E. Kent Militia. DIED Feb. 15th, 

1882. 
Phillipps, Henry Burch Pye (The Head Master's), son of Lieut.-Col. H. Phil- 

lipps, Bramford Hall, Ipswich. Left I860 3 . Joined 27th Regt. 1863 ; 

retired as Major ; J.P. Suffolk. DIED June 22nd, 1885. 
Ray, Robert Henry (Druries), son of E. B. Ray, Esq. (O.H.), 15, Prince's Gate, 

W. Left 1858 3 . 
Savory, Ernest Lloyd (Small Houses), son of J. Savory, Esq., Buckhurst Park, 

Sunninghill, Ascot. Left 1863 1 . St. Mary Hall, Oxf. ; Rector of 

Palgrave, Norfolk, 1879 ; Chaplain to the Lord Mayor, 1890-1. Rev. 

E. L. Savory, Palgrave Rectory, Diss. 

Savory, Joseph (Small Houses), brother of the above. Left 1861 2 . Some time 
a Goldsmith and Bullion Merchant ; Sheriff City of London, 1882-3 ; 
Alderman, 1883 ; M.L.S.B. 1885-8 ; Lord Mayor, 1890-1 ; created a 
Bart. 1891 ; M.P. N. Westmorland, 1892-1900; J.P. and D.L. Berks, 
and Westmorland ; D.L. London ; during his Mayoralty he enter- 
tained 400 Old Harrovians to dinner at the Mansion House. Sir Joseph 
Savory, Bart., Buckhurst Park, Sunninghill, Ascot. 

Skinner, Evelyn Swinton (Druries), son of R. M. Skinner, Esq. (O.H.), 
H.E.I.C.S. Left 1859 1 . Joined Madras Army, 1860 ; retired as Col. 
1899; D.A.A.G. in India, 1890-5. Col. E. S. Skinner, 10, Kidbrook 
Park Road, Blackheath. 

Trotter, Henry (Mr. Middlemist's), son of R. Trotter, Esq., of Morton Hall, 
Edinburgh. Left 1861 1 . Joined Grenadier Guards, 1862 ; Lieut.- 
Col. Commanding, 1889-94 ; Major-Gen. 1895 ; Commanding the 
Home District, 1897-1902; G.C.V.O. 1901. DIED July 16th, 1905. 

Usborne, Henry (The Head Master's), son of M. Usborne, Esq., 35, Russell 
Square, W.C. Left 1861 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. DIED Jan. 1889. 

Walford, Launcelot Charles (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. E. Wai- 
ford, Dallinghoo Rectory, Woodbridge. Left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb., B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1869 ; Rector of Bucklesham, Suffolk, 1869- 
75; Vicar of Ch. Ch., Tunbridge Wells, 1875-86; of St. Saviour's, 
Upper Chelsea, 1886-1906; Rector of Northolt, Middlesex, 1906. 
Rev. L. C. Walford, Northolt Rectory, Southall. 

Walker, John Francis William (Small Houses and Mr. RendalVs), son of 
R. C. Walker, Esq., Rathcarrick, Co. Sligo. Left 186 1 3 . Trin. Coll. 
Camb. ; J.P. Co. Sligo (High Sheriff, 1878). J. F. W. Walker, Esq., 
as above. 



CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 307 

Walker, Thomas Eades (Small Houses), son of T. Walker, Esq., Berkswell 
Hall, Coventry. Left 1860. Ch. Ch. Oxf. ; of Studley Castle, Red- 
ditch, Warwicks. ; M.P. E. Worcs. 1874-80 ; Chairman of Patent 
Shaft and Axletree Co. ; known as a breeder and owner of racehorses ; 
J.P. Worcs. and Warwicks. DIED Jan. 13th, 1899. 

ENTRANCES, EASTER MIDSUMMER 1858. 

Arkwright, Charles Leigh (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. H. Arkwright, Esq., 
Hampton Court, Leominster. Monitor, 1862 ; Cricket XI. 1864-5 ; 
left 1865 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf. C. L. Arkwright, Esq., 49, Hill Street, 
Berkeley Square, W. 

Arkwright, Henry John (Mr. RendalVs), son of the Rev. H. Arkwright, 
Bodenham Vicarage, Leominster. Left I860 2 . DIED March 2nd, 1899. 

Badcock, Alexander Robert (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of H. Badcock, Esq., 
Wheatleigh Lodge, Taunton. Left I860 2 . Joined Indian Army, 
1861 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1900 ; served in Bhootan Expedition, 1864-5 
(medal with clasp) ; in Hazara Campaign, 1868 (clasp) ; in operations 
in Malay Peninsula, 1875-6 (clasp) ; and in Afghan War, 1878-80 
(present at forcing of the Peiwar Kotal and the operations round 
Cabul ; in command of Commissariat Dept. during Lord Roberts' 
march to Candahar ; present at battle of Candahar ; medal with 3 
clasps and bronze decoration) ; has been 5 times mentioned in despatches; 
Commissary -Gen. -in-Chief in India, 1888-95 ; Q.M.G. in India, 1895- 
1900 ; Member of the Council of India, 1901 ; K.C.B. ; C.S.I. DIED 
March 23rd, 1907. 

Baker, Frederick Edward (Druries), son of Sir G. Baker, 3rd Bart., of Loventor. 
Left 1861 2 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1866 ; assumed the name of 
Rhodes, 1878; succ. as 4th Bart. 1882. 

Bourchier, John Edward ( H . B. and the Head Master's), son of Sir T. Bourchier, 
K.C.B. Monitor, 1861 ; Head of the School, 1862 ; left 1863 2 . Trin. 
Coll. Camb. DIED Dec. 23rd, 1866. The Bourchier Prizes were 
founded by his mother in his memory. 

Coode, Arthur (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. Coode, Esq., St. Austell, Cornwall. 
Left 1859 3 . Banker ; of Trevarthian, St. Austell ; J.P. Cornwall. 
DIED April 12th, 1910. 

De la Touche, Cecil Treville (Small Houses), son of the Rev. J. W. De la 
Touche, Prebendary of St. Patrick's, Dublin. Left 1859 3 . DIED at 
St. Andre-lez-Lille, France, Sept. 8th, 1894. 

Dewhurst, John Dalby (The Head Master's), son of G. C. Dewhurst, Esq., 
Beechwood, Lymm, Cheshire. Left 1862 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb.; 
Merchant in Manchester ; of Oughtrington House, Lymm. DIED 
Jan. 1894. 

Dundas, John Charles ( The Head Master's), son of the Hon. J. C. Dundaa, 
Woodhall, Wether by, Yorks. Left 186 1 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 
1867 ; raised to the rank of an Earl's son, 1873 ; of Thornburgh, 
Yorks. ; M.P. Richmond, Yorks., 1873-85 ; Chairman of Quarter Sessions 
and C.C. N. Riding Yorks. ; Lord-Lieut, of Orkney and Shetland. 
DIED Sept. 13th, 1892. 

Dundas, Lawrence (The Head Master's), brother of the above. Left 186 1 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865 ; joined R.H.G. 1866 ; retired 1871 ; M.P. 
Richmond, Yorks., 1872-3; succ. as 3rd Earl of Zetland, 1873; Lord- 
in- Waiting in 1880 ; Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1889-92 ; created Marquis 
of Zetland, 1892 ; K.T. 1900 ; for 35 years Master of the Zetland Hunt ; 
Mayor of Richmond (Yorks.), 1895-7; Col. 3rd (Spec. Res.) Batt. 
Yorkshire Regt. ; Provincial Grand Master of the Freemasons of 
N. Riding and E. Riding Yorks. Marquis of Zetland, K.T., Aake, 
Richmond, Yorks. 



308 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1858* 

Dundas, Ralph (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of J. Dundas, Esq., 25, St. 
Andrew Square, Edinburgh. Left 1858 2 (ill). W.S. and Notary 
Public (Edinburgh), 1868; Senior Partner in Dundas & Wilson; J.P. 
Edinburgh ; Member of the Society of Antiquaries (Scotland) and of 
the Royal Company of Archers ; Director of the Royal Bank of 
Scotland and of the North British and Mercantile Insurance Co. 
Ralph Dundas, Esq., 28, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh. 

Elliot, James Thomas Spencer (Small Houses), son of Sir W. Elliot, K.C.S.I., 
of Wolfelee, Hawick. Left 1861 2 . Of Wolfelee ; J.P. Roxburgh. 
DIED Dec. 14th, 1892. 

Empson, Francis Jeffrey, son of Prof. W. Empson, East India Coll. Hailey- 
bury. Left 1859 1 . Queen's Coll. Oxf. DIED Feb. 1870. 

Farquhar, Thomas Gavin (The Park), son of T. N. Farquhar, Esq., 65, Moor- 
gate Street, E.C. Left I860 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb. 

Forsyth, James Noel Muller (Small Houses and The Park), son of J. Forsyth, 
Esq., of Sorne House, Tobermory, N.B. Left 1859 3 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., 
B.A. 1866 ; joined 82nd Regt. 1867 ; retired 1871 ; J.P. Co. Argyll. 
J. N. M. Forsyth, Esq., Quinish, Tobermory, Mull. 

Franklen, Edwin Giles (Mr. Oxenham's), son of R. Franklen, Esq., Clemenstone, 
Bridgend, Glamorgan. Left 1858 3 . In 99th Regt. DIED Nov. 1864. 

Gambler, Gerald Garth Colleton (The Grove), son of W. Gambier, Esq., 26, 
Waterloo Crescent, Dover. Left 1859 2 . In R.A. 

Giles, Alfred Brydges (The Grove), son of A. Giles, Esq., M.P., Cosford, 
Godalming. Left 1861 3 . Civil Engineer. A. Brydges Giles, Esq., 
Villa Les Bouteilles, Dinan, France. 

Gordon, Patrick Harry Pirie- ( H.B.), son of P. Pirie-Gordon, Esq., of Buthlaw, 
Aberdeen. Left 186 1 2 . DIED 1876. 

Greaves, Theophilus Wilson (H.B.), son of the Rev. R. W. Greaves, Tooting 
Rectory, Surrey. Left I860 3 . Superintendent of Nowgong Tea 
Gardens under Upper Assam Tea Co. DIED in India, Jan. 27th, 1878. 

Grimston, Walter Edward (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of the Rev. the Hon. 
E. H. Grimston (O.K.), Pebmarsh Rectory, Colchester. Cricket XI. 
1862 (12th man) and 1863; Football XI. 1862; left 1863 3 . Late 
Master of East Essex Foxhounds ; J.P. Essex. W. E. Grimston, 
Esq., Earl's Golne, Essex. 

Hawthorn, Arthur Philip (Druries), son of R. Hawthorn, Esq., 34, Gower 
Street, W.C. Left 186 1 3 . Joined 25th Regt. 1865. 

Hill, William Frederick ( The Grove), son of Col. R. F. Hill (O.K.), 19, Lewes 
Crescent, Brighton. Left I860 3 . Joined 73rd Regt. (The Black 
Watch), 1862; Lieut.-Col. DIED 1885. 

Hunter, Charles E. (The Grove), son of A. Hunter, Esq., M.D., Edinburgh. 
Left I860 2 . Joined the Indian Army, and DIED in India. 

Hurt, George Edward (Mr. Middlemist's), son of F. Hurt, Esq., Alderwasley 
Hall, Matlock. Left 1863 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; 1st Class 
Clerk Legacy and Succession Duty Dept. of Inland Revenue Office ; 
retired 1900; has assumed the additional Christian name of Philip. 
G. E. P. Hurt, Esq., Woolhampton Lodge, near Reading. 

Hyde, Edward Hyde, Lord (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of George, 4th Earl of 
Clarendon. Monitor, 1863 ; left 1863 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. and 
M.A. 1867 ; M.P. Brecon Borough, 1869-70 ; succ. as 5th Earl, 1870 ; 
Lord-in- Waiting, 1895-1900; Lord Chamberlain, 1900-5; Lord- 
Lieut, of Herts, and President and Chairman Herts. Territorial As- 
sociation ; late Col. Herts. Yeomanry (Terr.) ; A.D.C. to Queen Victoria, 
King Edward VII., and King George V. ; G.C.B. 1902; G.C.V.O. 1905; 
has the Grand Cross of Charles III. of Spain, the Red Eagle of 
Germany, and the Danebrog of Denmark. Earl of Clarendon, G.C.B., 
The Grove, Watford. 



1858 2 ] CHARLES JOHN VAUGHAN. 309 

Jeffreys, Howel Gwyn ( The Head Master's], son of J. G. Jeffreys, Esq., F.R.S., 
Ware Priory, Herts. Monitor, 1862 ; left 18G3 2 . Balliol Coll. Oxf., 
Johnson Astronomy Prize and 1st Class Mathematics; B.A. 1867; 
M.A. 1871; Barrister, 1870; J.P. Herts, and Glamorgan. H. O. 
Jeffreys, Esq., 11, Vicarage Gate, Kensington, W. 

Jones, Joseph (The Park), son of J. Jones, Esq., Severnstoke, Warwick. 
Monitor, 1860 ; Head of the School, 1862 ; Lyon Scholar, 1862. DIED 
while still a member of the School, Sept. 25th, 1862. The Jones 
Medal was founded by his father in his memory, 1863. 

Laing, Malcolm Alfred (Small Houses and The Park), son of S. Laing, Esq., 
M.P., of Crook, Orkney. Left 1861 1 . Joined 14th Hussars, 1865 ; 
retired as Capt. ; Lord-Lieut, of Orkney and Shetland. Capt. Mal- 
colm Laing, 18, Queen Street, May fair, W. 

Latham, Morton (The Grove), son of A. Latham, Esq. (O.H.), Hollow Dene, 
Frensham, Farnham. Left 1861 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1865; 
Mus. Bac. and M.A. 1882; J.P. Middlesex, London, and Surrey; D.L. 
Middlesex ; Chairman of Edmonton Board of Guardians, 1881-93 ; 
County Alderman for Middlesex, 1889-92 ; Hon. Sec. of the Bach 
Choir, 1886-1900; author of "The Renaissance of Music," "Piatti: 
a Sketch," etc.--M. Latham, Esq., as above. 

Lawton, William Frederick ( H. B.), son of Mrs. Lawton, Harrow. Left 1861 3 . 
Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866 ; Barrister, 1868 ; of Wick Hall, Glos. 
DIED 1874. 

Macleod, John (Mr. Kendall's), son of Major-Gen. A. Macleod, India. Left 
I860 2 . Joined 4th Regt. 1863. DIED April llth, 1911. 

Meek, Alexander Grant (The Park), son of A. Meek, Esq., Hillworth House, 
Devizes. Cricket XI. 1861 ; left 1861 2 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1865 ; 
J.P. Wilts.; assumed the name of Grant-Meek, 1901. A. Grant- 
Meek, Esq., as above. 

Mlers, Capel Hanbury (Small Houses and The Park), son of C. Miers, Esq., 
Peterstone Court, Brecon. Left 186 1 3 . Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 
1864 ; lived for some time in U.S.A. ; J.P. Breconshire and Merioneth. 
C. H. Miers, Esq., Llwyncelyn, Barmouth. 

Mylne, John Eltham ( The Head Master- s), son of J. W. Mylne, Esq., 27, Oxford 
Square, W. Monitor, 1862 ; left 1863 2 . C.C.C. Oxf., 1st Class Mods., 
B.A. 1867 ; B.C.L. and M.A. 1872 ; Barrister, 1869. DIED 1882. 

O'Neill, Robert Torrens (Mr. Bradby's), son of the Rev. W. O'Neill, 1st Baron 
O'Neill, 1868. Left 1863 2 . Brasenose Coll. Oxf., B.A. and M.A. 1870 ; 
of Tullymore Lodge, Broughshane, Co. Antrim ; M.P. Mid Antrim, 
1885-1910; J.P. and D.L. Londonderry; J.P. Antrim; Major 4th 
(Militia) Batt. Inniskilling Fusiliers. DIED July 25th, 1910. 

Peel, St. Vincent (Mr. Middlemist's), son of J. Peel, Esq., Danyralt, Llanga- 
dock, Co. Carmarthen. Left 1862 2 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; of Danyralt ; 
J.P. and D.L, Carmarthen (High Sheriff, 1898). DIED Aug. 27th, 1901. 

Pelly, Henry Carstairs (Mr. Kendall's), son of Sir J. H Pelly, 2nd Bart. Left 
1859 3 . Joined 2nd Life Guards, 1862 ; retired as Capt. ; succ. as 
3rd Bart. 1864 ; M.P. Hunts. 1874-7. DIED June 4th, 1877. 

Powell, Thomas Henry Woodcock (Druries), son of the Rev. S. H. Powell, 
Sharow Lodge, Ripon. DIED Dec. 1858. 

Russell, Robert Bruce (H.B.), son of J. Russell, Esq., Q.C., 40, Russell Square, 

W.C. Left 1862 3 . Magd. Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1867; Barrister, 1871. 

DIED 1887. 
Ryder, Hon. Albert Dudley ( The Head Mast er's), son of Dudley, 2nd Earl of 

Harrowby. Left 1861 1 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; 

Barrister, 1868. DIED Dec. 12th, 1881. 



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Smith, Walter Foss (Small Houses and Mr. Oxenham's), son of G. Smith, Esq., 
12, Canterbury Villas, Maida Hill, W. Left 1862 3 . 

Stopford, Arthur Bouverie (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Admiral R. F. 
Stopford, 26, Eaton Square, S.W. Left 186 1 2 . Joined R.A. 1866 ; 
Col. 1895 ; served as D.A.Q.M.G. in Afghan War, 1878-80 (medal). 
DIED at Veytaux, Switzerland, June 10th, 1902. 

Tanner, William George (Small Houses), son of W. Tanner, Esq., Henbury 
Court, Bristol. Left 1858 3 . Barrister, 1866 ; of Frenchay House, 
Bristol. DIED Feb. 5th, 1907. 

Thomas, Charles Dashwood (Druries), son of R. Thomas, Esq., Bletsoe, Bed- 
ford. Left I860 2 . Joined Coldstream Guards, 1862 ; Lieut.-Col. 1873. 
DIED 

Thomson, Denzil Charles Frederick (Druries), son of H. T. Thomson, Esq., 
2, Upper Hamilton Terrace, N.W. Left I860 1 .!). C. F. Thomson, 
Esq., 76, Carlton Hill, N.W. 

Thurburn, John Henry (H.B.), son of A. Thurburn, Esq., Roxeth. Left 
1859 1 . Some time a Banker in Japan. 

Trotter, Philip Durham (Mr. Kendall's), son of A. Trotter, Esq., of Dreghorn 
Castle, Midlothian. Left 1861 3 . Joined 93rd (Sutherland) High- 
landers, 1866; Lieut.-Col. Commanding, 1890-4; Col. 1889; served in 
Soudan Expedition, 1885-6 (mentioned in despatches ; medal and 
clasp ; Khedive's Star and 3rd Class Medjidie) ; Col. Commanding at 
Stirling, 1898-1902 ; commanded Clyde Brigade, 34th Field Army 
Brigade and Scottish Border Brigade, 1902-10; received Freedom of 
Royal Borough of Stirling, 1902; Knighted 1908; J.P. and D.L. 
Roxburgh ; Commissioner of Queen Victoria School for Sons of 
Scottish Sailors and Soldiers. Col. Sir P. D. Trotter, Mainhouse, 
Kelso. 

Warden, William (Mr. RendalVs), son of W. Warden, Esq., 10, Clarendon 
Crescent, Edinburgh. Left 1861 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1868; 
M.A. 1873; Barrister, 1870; of Derryquin Castle, Kenmare ; J.P. 
Kerry. DIED 1903. 

White, Henry William (Mr. Oxenham's), son of W. White, Esq., Shrubs, 
Artane, Dublin. Left 1859 1 . In llth Hussars. 

Williams, Francis Venables ( H.B. and Small Houses), son of J. Williams, Esq., 
Highfield Hall, Northrop, Flint. Cricket XI. 1862; Football XL 
1861 ; left 1862 2 . F. V. Williams, Esq., Braeside, Altrincham. 

ENTRANCES, SEPTEMBER CHRISTMAS 1858. 

Bagnall, Henry Haslope (Small Houses), son of T. Bagnall, Esq., Newberries, 
Watford. Left 1863 2 . St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; M.A. 
1868; late Capt. Herts. Militia. H. H. Bagnall, Esq., Avistiays, 
Chard, Somerset. 

Bailie, Thomas Maubourg (Druries), son of Col. T. M. Bailie, H.E.I.C.S. Left 
I860 2 . Joined 52nd L.I. 1862 ; A.D.C. to Major-Gen. Campbell, 
1865-71 ; commanded 52nd L.I. 1882-5 ; commanded Oxford 
Regimental District, 1887-92; Major-Gen. 1893; retired 1896; J.P. 
Berks. Major- Gen. T. M. Bailie, Caldecot House, Abingdon. 

Bateman, William Fairbairn (Mr. RendalVs), son of J. F. Bateman, Esq., 
Moor Park, Farnham. Left 1863 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1866; 
M.A. 1874; Minister of St. John the Evangelist's, Upper Norwood, 
1875; Vicar, 1880-1900; Rector of Ascot, Berks., 1900; assumed the 
name of La Trobe-Bateman, 1883. Rev. W. F. La T robe- Bateman, 
The Rectory, Ascot, Berks. 



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Beachcroft, Henry Awdry (H.B.), son of R. Beachcroft, Esq., Harrow. 

Monitor, 1863 ; Sayer Scholar, 1864 ; left 1865 2 . Caius Coll. Camb., 

B.A. 1870 ; Barrister, 1872 ; Proprietary Planter in Ceylon. H. A. 

Beachcroft, Esq., Rock House, Kandy, Ceylon. 
Beacheroft, Richard Melvill (H.B.), brother of the above. Left 1861 3 . 

Solicitor, 1868 ; L.C.C. (N. Paddington) 1889-92, and 1901-7 ; (Central 

Finsbury) 1898-1901; (S. Paddington) 1907-10; Alderman, 1892-8; 

Deputy Chairman, 1896 ; Vice-Chairman, 1897 ; Chairman, 1909-10 ; 

First Chairman Metropolitan Water Board, 1903-8 ; Knighted 1904 ; 

Solicitor to Christ's Hospital. Sir Melvill Beachcroft, 24, Palace 

Court, W. 
Bellhouse, Charles Hatton (Mr. Bradby's), son of J. Bellhouse, Esq., Victoria 

Park, Manchester Left 1864 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf. C. H. Bellhouse, 

Esq., Skirbeck, Rodwell, Weymouth. 
Birley, Charles Addison (Mr. Middlemist's), son of C. Birley, Esq., Bartle Hall, 

Preston. Left 1862 3 . Of Bartle Hall ; J.P. Lanes. ; Lieut. -Col. 

Lanes. Artillery Volunteers. DIED Feb. 12th, 1908. 
Bolitho, Otho Glynn (Mr. Oxenham's), son of T. S. Bolitho, Esq., Penalverne, 

Penzance. Left I860 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1867 ; joined 3rd 

Dragoon Guards, 1868 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1886 ; p.s.c. ; Master 

Staff College Drag Hounds, 1884. Lieut.-Col. O. O. Bolitho, Kenegie, 

Gulval, Penzance. 
Byrom, Charles Edward (Mr. Bradby's), son of H. Byrom, Esq., Byland 

House, Bath. Left 1863 2 . Oriel Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1867; M.A. 1884; 

Barrister, 1886. O. E. Byrom, Esq., Oxford and Cambridge Club, S.W. 

Glutton, Ralph (Druries), son of J. Clutton, Esq., 8, Whitehall Place, S.W. 

Left 1862 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb.; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869; Surveyor. 

Ralph Clutton, Esq., 5, Vicarage Gate, W. 
Colvile, William Edward Acton (The Head Master's), son of the Rev. W. 

Colvile, Baylham Rectory, Ipswich. Left 1859 3 . Of Rougham 

House, Bury St. Edmunds. DIED at sea, on his way to Australia, 

July 10th, 1869. 
Crompton, Edward ( The Head Master's), son of Mr. Justice C. Crompton, 22, 

Hyde Park Square, W. Left 1859 3 . Late of Broadwath, Heads 

Nook, Carlisle. 
Crompton, Rookes Evelyn Bell ( The Grove), son of Lieut.-Col. J. S. Crompton 

(O.K.), Sion Hill, Thirsk. Served in Crimean War as a Naval Cadet ; 

left I860 3 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1864 ; retired 1875 ; Head of the 

firm of Crompton & Co., Electrical Engineers ; Pres. Institution of 

Electrical Engineers, 1895 ; Col. Commanding Electrical Engineers 

R.V., with which he served in the Boer War ; Councillor I.C.E. 1911 ; 

C.B. 1901. Col. R. E. B. Crompton, C.B. t Thriplands, Kensington 

Court, W. 
Dale, Henry Montagu (The Park), son of C. Dale, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. Left 

186 1 2 . Joined Madras Infantry, 1862 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1894 ; 

served in Burmese War, 1885-6 (medal with clasp). Lieut.-Col. H. M.. 

Dale, 56, St. George's Road, Warwick Square, S.W. 

Elliott, Hugh Beattie (Small Houses), son of W. H. Elliott, Esq. (O.H.), 
Sonning, Berks. Left 1863 1 . DIED Aug. 1884. 

Ellman, Hugh Frederick (Mr. RendalVs), son of F. Ellman, Esq., Battle. Left 
1863 1 . Solicitor, 1868 ; practised at Battle. DIED 1884. 

Flower, Cyril (Small Houses), son of P. W. Flower, Esq., Furze Down, Surrey. 
Left I860 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb. ; Barrister, 1870 ; M.P. Brecon 
Borough, 1880-5 ; South Beds. 1886-92 ; Lord of the Treasury in 
1886 ; created Baron Battersea and Overstrand, 1892 ; D.L. London. 
DIED Nov. 27th, 1907. 



312 HARROW SCHOOL REGISTER. [1858 8 

Freeman, Thomas Arthur (H.B.), son of the Rev. T. Freeman, Madeira. Left 
1862 1 . Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868; joined 5th Dragoon 
Guards, 1866 ; transferred to 70th Regt. 1871 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 
1893 ; served in the Egyptian War, 1884-5 (medal with clasp and bronze 
star) ; subsequently in the service of the Church Missionary Society 
in Bombay. DIED in India, Feb. 19th, 1900. 

Gardner, James George (H.B.), son of Dr. Gardner, Harrow. Left 1859 2 . 
A.K.C.L. ; held various Curacies, 1869-94. DIED Aug. 25th, 1897. 

Gray, Walter ( The Head Master's), son of W. Gray, Esq., Minster Yard, York. 
Left 186 1 2 . 

Grosvenor, Hon. Algernon Henry (Small Houses), son of Robert, 1st Baron 
Ebury. Left 1862 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1865; retired 1876; 
served in the Ashanti War, 1873 (medal and clasp) ; Manager of Royal 
Insurance Co. ; Major Queen's Westminster R.V. ; J.P. and D.L. 
Middlesex. DIED March 27th, 1907. 

Gulston, Alan Stepney (Small Houses), son of A. J. Gulston, Esq., 20, Grosvenor 
Square, W. Left 1862 1 . Merton Coll. Oxf. ; J.P. and D.L. Carmarthen 
(High Sheriff, 1895); late Capt. Carmarthen Artillery Militia ; assumed 
the name of Stepney-Gulston, 1886 ; author of "Aphrodite and Other 
Poems." A. Stepney-Gulston, Esq., Derwydd,,Llandebie, Carmarthenshire. 

Hamilton, Lord George Francis (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of James, 1st 
Duke of Abercorn (O.K.). Left 1863 2 . Joined Rifle Brigade, 1864; 
transferred to Coldstream Guards, 1868 ; retired 1869 ; M.P. Middle- 
sex, 1868-85; Middlesex (Baling), 1885-1906; Under Sec. for India, 
1874-8 ; Vice-Pres. of Council, 1878-80 ; First Lord of the Admiralty 
in 1885 and 1886-92 ; Chairman of the London School Board, 1894-5 ; 
Sec. for India, 1895-1903 ; Chairman of Poor Law Commission, 1905-9 ; 
Elder Brother of Trinity House ; Capt. of Deal Castle since 1899 ; 
Mayor of Deal, 1909-10; G.C.S.I. 1903; D.C.L. (Oxf.); Ch