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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF ALL KNOWN STUDENTS, GRADUATES 

AND HOLDERS OF OFFICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1900 

COMPILED BY 

J. A. VENN, Litt.D., F.S.A. 

PRESIDENT OF QUEENS' COLLEGE 



PART II 

FROM 1752 TO 1900 

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Chalmers, Charles Marshall Sidney 

CHALMERS, CHARLES MARSHALL SIDNEY. Adm. pens, 
(age iS) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1879. S. of Sidney, Col. B. Jan. 
29, 1861, at Dinapore, India. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1879. Of Clough House, Rotherham, Yorks. 

CHALMERS, DALZELL HENRY JOHN. Adm. (age 19) at 
Caius, Jan. 28, 1871. S. of Frederick Skene Courteuay 
(1842), R. of Beckenham, Kent. B. at Bromley. Schools, 
Brighton College, Rugby, and King's College, London. 
Matric. Lent, 1871; B.A. 1874. Adm. Solicitor, 1S79; of 65, 
Chancery Lane, London. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 20, 
1895. Called to the Bar, 1S95. On the Oxford Circuit. 
Author, legal. Died May 14, 1935, aged 83, at Barnes. 
Buried at Nonington, near Dover. Brother of Frederick 
VV. M. (1854). {Venn, II. 396; Caian.) 

CHALMERS, EDMUND ALLEYN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Christ's, Julv 2, 1767. S. of Henry. B. at Market Har- 
borough. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1767. 

CHALMERS, FREDERICK SKENE COURTENAY. Adm. 
Fell. -Com. at St Catharine's, Dec. 10, 1S42. S. of James, 
Esq., deceased, late of the Madras Medical Establishment. 
B. at Comwallis, Nova Scotia. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.D. 
{Stat. Elii.) 1853. Ord. deacon, 1843; priest (Worcester) 
1844; C. of Leamington, 1843-9. p - c - of South Mailing, 
Sussex, 1849-51. Chaplain to the Earl of Cranworth, 1S49. 
R. of Beckenham, Kent, 1851-73- v - of Nonington, 1873- 
85. Married Matilda, dau. of the Rev. William Marsh, D.D., 
Hon. Canon of Worcester. Died July 15, 1S85, aged 81, at 
Nonington. Father of Dalzell H. J. (1871) and the next. 
(R. F. Scott; The Guardian , July 22, 1885; Walford, Co. 
Fam.) 

CHALMERS, FREDERICK WILLIAM MARSH. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, May 5, 1854. S. of Frederick Skene Courtenay (above), 
R. of Beckenham, Kent. Bt Dec. 17, 1836, at Mysore, 
Madras. School, Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1854. 
Entered the Army (Ensign, Rifle Brigade, 1855; Lieut., 
1858; served during the Mutiny in India, 1857-9; present at 
the capture of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
battle of Nawabgunge, and subsequent operations in Oude. 
Aide-de-camp to Sir A. J. Lawrence, at Aldershot, 1859-62). 
Retired, 1862. Partner in the firm of Messrs Brown, Shipley 
and Co., of London and Liverpool, 1869. Resided at Bickley, 
Kent, 1897. Died Dec. 28, 1898. Brother of Dalzell H. J. 
(1871); father of Uie next aad Laurence E. (1881). (Venn, 
II. 317; Brighton Coll. Reg.) 

CHALMERS, KENNETH EDLMANN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. Did not reside. [S. of Frederick William 
Marsh (above), of Bickley, Kent. B. Sept. 15, 1873. School, 
Eton.] Migrated to Balliol College, Oxford. Admitted at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 4, TS95. Called to the Bar, 1898. Practised 
in the Temple; of 8, Fig Tree Court, in 1921, and of Bickley, 
Kent; a member of the Kent County Council. Chairman of 
the Bromley War Pensions Committee. O.B.E. Author, 
legal. Not in Law List, 1938. Brother of the next. (Burke, 
O.B.E. Biographies.) 

CHALMERS, LAURENCE EDLMANN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1B81. S. of Frederick William Marsh (T854), of 
The Knoll, Lewisham, Kent. B. June 7. 1863, at Bickley, 
Kent. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. 
Merchant-banker. Partner in the firm of Brown, Shipley 
and Co., London. Director of the National Discount Co. 
Ltd., 1899; of the Northern Assurance Co. Ltd., 1904. Of 
Owsden Hall, Newmarket, Cambs., in 1912. Died Feb. 22, 
1924, aged 60, in London. Brother of the above. (Cox, Co. 
Series, Suffolk; The Times, Feb. 23, 1924.) 

CHALMERS, STEPHEN DRUMMOND. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, July 28, 1898; an affiliated student from Sydney 
University, New South Wales. S. of John, engineer, of 
Wallsend, N.S.W. B. there Oct. 28, 1877. Schools, Sydney, 
Public High (Mr J.Coates) and Sydney University. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; Scholar; B.A. (13M Wrangler) 1900. 

CHALONER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 5, 1808. 
[6th s. of William, of Guisborough, Yorks. B. Oct. 22, 1791- 
School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1813. Ord. 
deacon (York) Aug. ir, 1816. C. of Alne, Yorks.; V. there 
1820-50. Died there Nov. 26, 1850, aged 59. (Ord, Cleveland, 
221; Harrow Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1851, 1. 211.) 



Chamberlain, Henry Seymour 

CHALONER, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Sept. 30, 1831. S. of John, clerk, of Newton Kyme, 
Tadcaster, Yorks. [and Augusta Anne Sutton]. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1S31; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. Ord. 
deacon (Ripon) 1838; priest (Yorks.) 1838. R. of Newton 
Kvme, 1 85 1-94. Married Marcella Louisa, dau. of Thomas 
[Crosse] Legh, of Adlington, Cheshire, Jan. 14, 1840. Died 
Feb. 18, 1894, aged 82. (Earwaker, E. Cheshire, 11. 253.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, CATER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. t6, 1841. Of Hants. Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845; 
M.A. 1849. C of St George's, Sheffield, 1846-7. C of 
Rotherham, Yorks., 1848-51. C. of Messingham, Lines., 
1871-2. C. of Lydlinch, Dorset, 1872-4-. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1876. Author, The Act of Emancipation, etc. 
Perhaps brother of Walter (1S40). 

CHAMBERLAIN, DURIE AVERY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1898. S. of Thomas, of Primrose Hill, London. B. July 7, 
1879, at Brixton Rise, London. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 1912. At the London Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1905. House Surgeon at the West 
Bromwich District Hospital. Medical Referee for the 
Surbiton War Pensions Committee. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R.A.M.C). Medical practitioner (Chamberlain, 
MoLeish and Waters); of 63, Sheen Lane, Mortlake, in 1939. 
[Medical Directory, 1939.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE ALFRED BUDD. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Apr. 4, 18S2. S. of Walter (1840), V. of St 
John's, Little Bolton. B. Feb. 23, 1S61, at Bolton-le-Moors, 
Lanes. School, Bolton High (William Mason, M.A.). Matric. 
Easter, 1882; B.A. 18S5; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (York 
for Manchester) 18S6; priest (Manchester) 1887; C. of 
Habergham-Eaves, Lanes., 1886-8. Held other curacies, 
1888-97. V. of Buttermere, Cumberland, 1897-8. C. of 
Drypool, Hull, 1899-1902. C. of Newington, Hull, 1902-10. 
C. of Castleford, 1910-12. P.C. of Hook, Yorks., 1912-38. 
Not in Crockford, 1939. 

CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE EDWIN. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 1, 1890. B. Aug. 31, 1868. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 
1893. Ord. deacon (Derby) 1899; priest (Southwell) 1900; 
C. of Eckington, 1899-1901. C. of St Mark's, Portsmouth, 
1901-5. C. of Pretoria Cathedral, 1905-8. R. of Holy 
Trinity, Middelburg, South Africa, 1908-13. V. of St Peter's, 
Klerksdorp, 1913-19. Chaplain to the Forces, 1917-19. V. of 
All Saints', Booysens, Transvaal, 1919-22. R. of Boksburg, 
1922-5. V. of Orchards, Johannesburg, 1925-39-. (Crock- 
ford, 1939.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Aug. 15, 
1873. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Sir HENRY [HAMILTON ERROLL], Bart. 
Adm. at Trinity Hall, Aug. 24, 1876. [S. and h. of Sir 
Henry Orlando Robert, Bart. B. Nov. 22, 1857.] School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1876. Succeeded his father as 4th 
Bart., Dec. 30, 1870. Of Littlemead, Nutley, Surrey, and of 
10 a, Eccleston Street, Eaton Square, London, S.W. Married 
and had issue. Died June 28, 1936, in London. (Burke, P. 
and B., 1935; The Tunes, June 30, 1936.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, HENRY MAXWELL. Adm. at King's, Oct. I, 
1897 S. of Henry Hart, M.A. (Oxford), V. of Godmanchester, 
Hunts. B. 1877. School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
B.A. 1900; M.A. 1909. Assistant Master at Stratford-on- 
Avon Grammar School, 1900-2; at St Edmund's School, 
Canterbury, 1902-8; at Kossall School, 1909-; House Mastei 
there, 1914-33-. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, HENRY SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct 1884. 3rd s. of Henry Taylor, East India men I 
Clifton, deceased. B. Sept. 27, 1866, at Redland, 
Bristol. School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Mi. b 
B \ 1887; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1889; pnest (Bath and 
Wells) 1890; C. of Kewstoke, Soms., 1889-92. C. of Em- 
manuel Church, Weston-super-Mare, 1892-1903- V. of bt 
Saviour's, Weston-super-Mare, 1903-13. Died 1913. 



Chamberlain, James Slade Ffoster 

CHAMBERLAIN, JAMES SLADE FFOSTER. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, May 23, 1865. S. of Thomas flfoster (1837), clerk. 
B. July 9, 1S46, at Rufford, Lanes. [School, Rugby.] Matric, 
Michs. 1865; Scholar; B.A. {ibth Wrangler) 1869; M.A. 1 ->;~- 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1S70; priest (Manchester) 1871; C. 
of Wes though ton, 1870-2. C. of Ne wing ton, 1872-4. V. of 
Gt Hormead, Herts., 1874-81; V. of Kearsley Moor, I a 
1881-7. R. of Aldridge, Staffs., 18S7-93. R. of Staplehurst, 
Kent, 1893-1913. Resided latterly at Hove, Sussex. Died 
there Oct. 1, 1929, aged 83. Father of Thomas A. (1899) 
and the next. (The limes, Oct. 2, 1929; Foster, Noble and 
Gentle Families.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, JAMES SLADE FFOSTER. Adm. at Selwyn 
H.. Jan. 14, 1895; migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 10, 1901. 
S. of James Slade ffoster (above), clerk. B. Dec. 9, 1875, 
at Gt Hormead, Herts. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Lent, 

1895. Died Oct. 16, 1915, at VVhyteleaf. Brother of Thomas 
A. (1899). (T. A. Walker, 650; The Morning Post, Oct. 20, 
I9I5-) 

CHAMBERLAIN, JAMES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1893. S. of Mrs Chamberlain, of 7, Green Hill, Bath 
Road, Worcester. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar, 1895; B.A. 

1896. Entered the I. C.S., 1896. Assistant Commissioner and 
Settlement Officer in the Central Provinces. Deputy Com- 
missioner, 1913. Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, 
Central Provinces, 1916. Died Apr. 9, 1931, at Tunbridgc 
Wells. (The Times, Apr. 9, 1931.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, JOSEPH. Hon. LL.D. 1892. The well- 
known statesman. M.P. for Birmingham, 1876-1914. Died 
July z, 1914. Father of the next. 

CHAMBERLAIN, JOSEPH AUSTEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 10, 1882. S. and h. of Joseph, LL.D. (above), of High- 
bury, Moor Green, Birmingham. B. Oct. 16, 1863, at Bir- 
mingham. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; 
M.A. 1889; Hon. LL.D. 1920. Studied at Berlin and at 
L'Ecole des Sciences Pohtiques in Paris. Private Secretary 
to his father. M.P. for East Worcs., 1892-1914; for West 
Birmingham, 1914-37. Civil Lord of the Admiralty, 1895- 
1900. Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1900-2. P.C., 
1902. Postmaster-General, 1902-3. Chancellor of the 
Exchequer (under Balfour), 1903-5. At first a free-trader, 
with his father he changed his views in favour of Protection 
aud during the years of opposition worked to convert the 
country. Chairman of the Royal Commission on Indian 
Finance, 1913. Secretary of State (in the Coalition Govern- 
ment) for India, 1915-17. Minister (without portfolio) and 
member of the War Cabinet, 1918-19, Chancellor of the 
Exchequer (under Lloyd George), 1919—21. Leader of the 
House of Commons and Lord Privy Seal, r.921-2. Secretary 
of State for Foreign Affairs (under Baldwin), 1924-9. British 
Delegate at the Locarno Conference, 1925. K.G., 1925. First 
Lord of the Admiralty (Aug. -Oct.), 1931; refused offers of a 
Cabinet Appointment, but continued to take an active 
interest in public affairs. Lord Rector of Glasgow University, 
1925-8. Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford), also Hon. LL.D. of Bir- 
mingham, Glasgow, Sheffield, Lyons and Toronto. Chan- 
cellor of Reading University, 1935-7- A statesman of dis- 
tinction and a man of singular integrity and kindliness of 
heart. A staunch believer in the necessity for coalition; 
played an important part in the making of the Irish Treaty 
(1921), regarding it as the justification for the Coalition. 
As Foreign Secretary his outstanding achievement was the 
Locarno Treaty — with its principle of a regional and mutual 
security pact, while the personal relations he then established 
with M. Briand and Dr Stresemann served to create a better 
atmosphere between France and Germany than had hitherto 
seemed possible. Keenly interested in medical research; 
Chairman of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical 
Disease, and of the British Post-Graduate School. Married 
and had issue. Author, Peaee in our Time; Down the years; 
Politics from Inside. Died Mar. 16, 1937, aged 73. (Burke, 
P. and B.\ The Times, Mar. 17 and 20, 1937.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, PERCY GARRATT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 
1899. S. of Arthur (Garratt), chemist, oi 45, Church Street, 
Rugby. B. there Sept. 21, 1880. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Served in the Great 
War (1st Batt., H.A.C., 190th Trench Mortar Battery; 
Lieut.). Of 3, Market Place, Rugbv. [Venn, 11. 395; Rugbv 
Sch. Reg.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 
10, 1832. Of Leics. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 
1839. Ord. deacon, 1837; priest (Lincoln) 1838; C. of Bur- 
bage, Lcics., 1837-9. C. of Hinckley, 1839-43. C. of Wood- 
ston, Hunts., 1843-59. Died Jan. 2, 1895, aged 80, at St 
Leonards -on -Sea. (7". A. Walker, 444 ; The Standard, Jan. 4, 
1895; R. F. Scott.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT ARTHUR BRIGGS. Adm. at 
King's, Oct. ro, 1883. S. of James, of Hull. School, Trent 
College. Matric. Michs. rS83. Journalist in London. En- 
gaged for two years as editor of the Manchester Evening 



Chamberlavne, Edward 

Times (which was only published for 50 days) by the 
Manchester Examiner Co. Ltd., 1S92; recovered £700 for 
wrongful dismissal, Apr. 1892. 
CHAMBERLAIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 1, 
1878. S. of Theophilus. B. Apr. 21, 1S54, at Queenstown, 
Cape Colony. School, King William's Town Grammar. 
Matric. Lent, 1878; B.A. 18S2; M.A. 1885. Incorp. at Cape 
University. Ord. deacon, rSSo; priest (St Albans) i88r; C. 
of Harrow Green, Essex, iS8o-r. C. of Weston, Herts., 
1881-2. R. of Alice, South Africa, 1882-5. Priest-in- charge 
of the S.P.G. Mission, St John's, East London, 1885-91. 
Chaplain of the Wolseley Settlement, 1889-91. Archdeacon 
of Kokstad and Canon of St John's, Kaffraria, 1891-4. 
Canon of St John's Cathedral, Umtata, 1893. Priest-in- 
charge of Clydesdale, South Africa, 1S94-1919, Had a wide 
knowledge of natives. F.R.A.S. Died June 19, 1919, in 
Grey's Hospital, Maritzburg. (Peile, u. 659.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, THOMAS ARTHUR. Adm. at Clare, July 8, 
1899. (2nds. of James Slade ffoster (1S65), clerk. B. May 26, 
i>:-.,,. j Si-hool, tunbridge. Matric. Michs. [899; B.A. 1902. 
Agent to Lord Barrymore, 1906-12, and to Col. G. A. Gibbs, 
M.P., and to H. M. Gibb^, 1912-27. Of The Batch, Flax- 
Bourton, near Bristol. Married and had issue. Brother of 
James S. ff. {1895) (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, THOMAS FFOSTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 1, 1837, as Thomas Foster. S. of Alexander. B. at 
Rylston, Yorks. School, Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 1837; 
Scholar, 183S; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon (Chester) 
1842; priest, 1843. R. of Rufford, Lanes., 1843-67. Hon. 
Canoo of Manchester, 1S5S-97. Surrogate, 1872. V. of Limber 
Magna, Lines., 1867-97. Married Mary Elizabeth Christian, 
dau. of James Slade, Canon of Chester, July 30, 1844. Died 
Feb. 15, 1897, aged 77. Father of James S. F. (1865). 
(Peile, 11. 459-) 

CHAMBERLAIN, VINCENT IND. Adm. pens, at Queens , 
Oct. 10, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1863; Chancellor's medallist; 
B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Adm. Solicitor, 1870; practised at 48, 
Finsbury Square, London ; also of Carlisle Mansions, Victoria 
Street. Died Oct. 7, 1905, aged 60. (R. F. Scott.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
May 26, 1S40. [B. Jan. 13, 1820, at Portsea, Hants.] Matric. 
Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1841; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1849; Com. 
causa (Oxford) 1862. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest (Chester) 
1845; C. of Newton-le-Moors, 1844-6. V. of St John's, 
Little Bolton (or Bolton-le- Moors), Lanes., 1846-95. Took 
an active part in opposing the disestablishment of the Irish 
Church. Author, Parochial Centralization; The National 
Restoration and Conversion of the Twelve Tribes of Israel; A 
Plain Reply to Bishop Colenso, etc. Died Mar. 20, 1895, at 
Lytham. Perhaps brother of Cater (1841); father of George 
A. B. (1S82). {Boose, iv. SuppL; Crockford, 1S95.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM BARNES. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1878. S. of Humphrev, farmer. B. Sept. 4, 1851, at 
Kempsey, Worcs. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 1879; 
B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Ripon) 
1883; C. of Stanninglev, Yorks., 1882-4. Chaplain at Monte 
Video, 1887-92. Remained without cure. Died Jan. 27, 
1927, aged 76, at 18, Pembridge Square, Bayswater. (The 
I imes, Jan. 31, 1927.) 

CHAMBERLAIN, WILLIAM REMINGTON. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1887; adm. at King's, Mar. 17, 1888. S. of William 
Laurence, of 99, Madison Avenue, New York. School. New 
York. B.A. 1890. Died Aug. 28, 1891, of typhoid fever, in 
America. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHAMBERLAINE, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
lulv 6, 1807. [S. of John. B. July 31, 1786. Bapt. in the 
parish of Kensington, Middlesex, Sept. 1, 17S6. School, 
Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1807; B.A. iSir. Articled to 
Thomas Lloyd, of Gray's Inn, before Feb. 15. 1805. Cornet 
in 16th Light Dragoons, 1812. Died Jan. 24, 1S15, at 
Paddington Green, Middlesex, of consumption contracted 
through 'fatigue in the Peninsula.' (Al. Carthus.) 

CHAMBERLAINE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
June 20, 1842. S. of George Thomas [R. of Ansford, Somer- 
set, M.A. (Oxford)]. B. at Ausford, Somerset. Matric. 
Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. 

CHAMBERLAINE, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 4, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1832. 

CHAMBERLAYNE, EDWARD. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, Dec. 12, 1758. S. of Edward (1716), R. 
of Cressingham, Norfolk. Bapt. there Jan. 25, 1740-:. 
Matric. Michs. 1758; Prizeman; B.A. 1763; M.A. 1766. 
Fellow, 1761-76. F.S.A. One of the joint secretaries to 
the IreaMirv, 1782. Oied Apr. 6, 1782, at the house of Mr 
Keate, the surgeon, in Parliament Street, having thrown 
himself out of the window, 'by reason of his excessive diffi- 
dence occasioned by his recent appointment.' Brother of 
George (1755) and Thomas (1762). (Eton Coll. Reg.) 



Chamberlayne, Edward Francis 

CHAMBERLAYNE, EDWARD FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Mar. 28, 1825. S. of Edward, of Maidstone, Kent. 
School, Cranbrook. Matric. Mictas. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 
1834. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest (Canterbury) 1833; C. of 
Smarden, Kent. V. of Aston Magna, Worcs., 1847-78. 
Disappeared from Crockford, 1S79. (Cant. Act Bk.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE, GEORGE. Adm. (age 16) at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, Sept. 19, 1755- S. of Edward, R. of Gt 
Cressinghaui, Norfolk. Bapt. there Sept. 19, 1738-9- Matric. 
Micbs. 1755; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1764. Fellow, 1758-S1. Tutor 
to Lord Lincoln. Became a Roman Catholic. Priest at 
Cossey, Norfolk, 17S4-98. Lived at Douai. Died Feb. 4, 
1815. Brother of Edward (175S), etc. {Eton Coll. Reg.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE or CHAMBERLAINE, JOHN. Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Jesus, May 28, 180S. 3rd s. of Stanes, Esq., of 
Ryes, Esses. B. Aug. 25, 1791, at Hatfield Broad Oak, 
Esses. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1808, as 
Chamberlayne; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817. Ord. deacon (London) 
June 11, 1815, as Chamberlayne; priest (Ely, Lift. dim. 
from London) Mar. 24, 1816. Master of Sir John Port's 
Hospital at Etwall, Derbs., 1821-31. R. of Eastwick, 
Herts., 1825-67- Died there Nov. 26, 1867, aged 77- Brother 
of the nest. (Burke, E.G.; G. Mag., 1868, 1. 115.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE [post BROCKETT], STANES BROCKETT or 
BROCKET. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 20, 
1799. S. and h. of Stanes, of London [and Mary, dau. of 
William Brockett, Esq., of Spains Hall, Essex]. B. Apr. 9, 
1782. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1800. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Nov. 27, 1790, as Stanes Brocket. 
Called to the Bar, 1S12. Bencher, 1836. Treasurer, 1842. 
High Sheriff of Essex, 1S44. Assumed the surname of 
Brockett in lieu of Chamberlayne, May 19, 1834. Married 
Elizabeth Woollett, widow, and dau. of Isaac Button, of 
Ospringe, Kent, July 2, 1822. Of Spains Hall, Essex. Died 
Mar. 2, 1873, aged 90. Brother of the above. {Record of Old 
Westminsters; Middle Temple Bench Bk.; Burke, L.G.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 23, 
1759. [S. of Thomas (? 1726), R. (and patron) of Charlton, 
Kent.] B. at Greenwich. Matric. Michs. 1759; B.A. 1763; 
M.A. 1766. Fellow, 1764-71. Probably adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Jan. 21, 1757, as s. of Rev. Thomas C, R. of Charlton, 
Kent. Called to the Bar, 1767. Succeeded his father as R. of 
Charlton, Kent, 17S1-9. Married Catherine Crosweller. 
Died July 31, 1789; M.I. at Charlton, where his age is given 
as 40 [see Records of Rochester]. Father of Thomas (i794) 
and probably of William (179S). (Burke, L.G., 1937; H. D. 
Drake, Blacklteath, 131.} 

CHAMBERLAYNE, THOMAS. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, Jan. 26, 1762. S. of Edward (1716). 
clerk, of Norfolk. B. May 13, i743» at Gt Cressingham. 
Matric. Easter, 1762; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1709. Fellow, 1765. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 19, 1768; priest (London) 
June 24, 1768; R. of Gt Cressingham with Bodney, Norfolk, 
1768-92. R. of Worplesdon, Surrey, 1791-1801. Tutor to 
Lord Midleton. Fellow of Eton College, 1772; Vice- Provost, 
1791-1801. Married Catherine, dau. of the Rev. Dr Tunstall, 
Sept. 14, 1789. Died Dec. 1S01. M.I. at W'orplesdon. 
Brother of Edward (1758), etc. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Brayley, 
Surrey, 11. 38.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 25, 1794. S. of Thomas (1759). °f Charlton, Kent. 
B. there. School, Kensington, London (Dr Thompson). 
Migrated to Clare, Nov. 9, 1795. Matric. Michs. 1798; B.A. 
1 801. R. (and patron) of Charlton, Kent, 1806-25. R- of 
Hoathley, Sussex, 1825. Married Maria Franceses, dau. of 
Capt. Robert Walker, R.N., 1799. Died Mar. 21, 1825, 
aged 48. Probably brother of the next, but see note, sub 
William. {Records of Rochester; H. D. Drake, Blackheath, 
131; Burke, E.G., 1925.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 27, 
1798. [Probably s. of Thomas (1759), clerk (but according to 
Burke, Thomas, R. of Charlton, who died in 1789, left only 
one son, Thomas).] B. at Charlton, Kent. One, William 
Chamberlayne, Esq., M.P. for Portsmouth, 1818-30, died 
Sept. 14, 1851, aged 70, at Portsmouth. Probably brother 
of the above. (Burke, L.G., 1925; G. Mag., 1851, 11. 554.) 

CHAMBERLAYNE, WILLIAM TANKERVILLE. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, May 13, 1847. [S. and h. of Henry Thomas, of 
Stoney Thorpe, Warws. B. Nov. 14, 1828.] School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 1848; LL.B. 1858. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 6, 1848. Called to the Bar, 
1852. Of Stoney Thorpe, Warws. J. P. and D.L. Married 
and had issue. Died'Dec. 28, 1905. (Record of Old West- 
minsters; Burke, E.G., 1937; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

CHAMBERLIN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Mar. 11, 1S47. S. of Henry. Of Norwich. Did not reside. 
Migrated to Corpus Cbristi, Oct. 22, 1847; matric. Michs. 
1847 



Chambers, Edward Bushnell 

CHAMBERLIN, CHARLES MARSHALL. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1S91. S. of Alexander, Esq., of The Grove, Norwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1S99. Ord. deacon, 
1895; priest (Ripon) 1896; C. of St George's, Leeds, 1895-7. 
R. of Witton with Brundall, Norfolk, 1898-1939-. (Crock- 
ford, 1939.) 

CHAMBERLIN, HENRY WATTS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
May 9, 1838. Of Canterbury. [S. of Thomas, farmer, de- 
ceased, of Hale, Norfolk. B. there Jan. 3, 1812. Schools, 
Braddenham (Mr Watling) and Swaffham (Mr Haicham).] 
Migrated to Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 183S; matric. Michs. 
183S. Migrated thence to Sidney, Oct. 16, 1839. 

CHAMBERLIN, THOMAS CHAMBERLIN BIGSBY, see BIGSBY- 
CHAMBERLIN. 

CHAMBERS, ANDREW. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 25, 1762. S. of Richard, farmer, of Overton Waterville, 
Hunts. B. there. Matric. Easter, 1762; B.A. 1766. V. of 
Aubourn, Lines., 1772-1S21. R. of Wickenby, 17S1-98. 
V. of Swinderby, Lines., 1782-1821. R. of Bag-Enderby, 
1798-1806. R. of Somersby, 1798-1806. (Scott, MSS.) 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES (Emmanuel), see JOHN CHARLES 
(1835). 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES. Non-Coil. Mus.B. 1SS0; Mus.D. 1887. 
Organist and conductor. F.R.C.O., 1877. Organist at St 
Peter's, Newcastle -on -Tvne, 1870-82; at Jesmond Parish 
Church, 1882-90; at All Saints', 1S90-3; at St George's, 
Cullercoats, 1893. Sometime conductor of the Newcastle 
Harmonic Society. Composer, Cantata, The Redeemer; 
Concert Overture, Offertory Sentences, Songs, etc. (British 
Musical Biography.) 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. S. of [Sir] George, merchant, of Bowyer 
Terrace, Clapham, London. B. there June 23, 1862. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; LL.B. 1885. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Jan. 29, 1884. Assistant Master at 
Derby School, 18S9-94. Head Master of Henley-on-Thames 
Grammar School, 1894-. Served in the Great War (Brevet- 
Col., R.F.A., T.F. Reserve). Died Nov. 3, 1928. Brother of 
John A. (1877) and Frederick C. (1879). (Univ. War Lis/.) 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES HARCOURT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 23, 1807. [S. and h. of William, a distinguished Oriental 
scholar.] B. Aug. 31, 1789. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1S07; Scholar. 1808; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 1811; M.A. 
1814. Lay-Fellow, 1813. Tutor, 1813-14. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Jan. 13, 1812, as 2nd s. of William, Esq., late of Cal- 
cutta. Called to the Bar, 1816. Puisne Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Bombay, 1823. Acting Chief Justice, Aug. 1828. 
Knighted, Nov. 21, 1823. Married Isabella, dau. of Major 
Wilham Wilson, of Glenurquhart, Inverness., Nov. 12, 1823. 
Edited a Treatise on Estates and Tenures by the late Sir 
Robert Chambers. Died Oct. 13, 1828, aged 38, at Bombay. 
Brother of William F. (1804) and father of the next. (Burke, 
Heraldic Illus., 140; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES HARCOURT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 15, 1845. [S. and h. of Charles Harcourt (above). 
B. Dec. 26, 1S26. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1846; 
Prizeman; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
June 6, 1S50, aged 24, as *s. of Sir Charles, Knt., deceased.' 
Called to the Bar, 1853. Married and had issue. Died Oct. 30, 
1S76. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, C.G., 11. 766.) 

CHAMBERS, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 18, 1832. [2nd s. of WiUiam Cecil, Esq. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1832. An Officer in the Army. Died un- 
married 1840, aged 24. Brother of William M. (1829). 
(Jewitt, Rehq., xiv. 127; J- Raine, Parish of Blyth, 84; 
Eton Sch. Lists.) 

CHAMBERS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 29, 1824. S. of David. B. at Adbury, Hants. School, 
Chobham, Surrey (Mr Jerram). Matric. Michs. 1824. Brother 
of Henry S. (1838). 

CHAMBERS, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 21, 1887. S. of Charles, farmer, of Langley, Kent. B. 
there July 19, 1868. School, Sutton Valence (Mr G. Bennett). 
Metric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 

CHAMBERS, EDWARD BUSHNELL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 16, 1873. 3rd s. of Edward, Esq , of Ham- 
mersmith, London. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 
, M.A. 1881. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 30, 1876. 
Called to the Bar, 1881, as '3rd s. of Edward, late Ol I 
Customs, London." Late of Winnipeg. Died July 25, 1929. 
aged 74 at Ravenscourt, Haling Park Road, Croydon, 
Surrey. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, July 29, 1929.) 



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Chambers, Richard 



CHAMBERS, ENNIS. Adra. peas, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 24, 
1820. S. of Heary. B. in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Micbs. 1820. At the Cottage, Benham, near Newbury, 
Berks., age 34, Commander Ennis Chambers, R.N., died 
Dec. 19, 1861; perhaps a son of this man, with whom, how- 
ever, he is identified in Eton Sch. Lists; see also G. Mag., 
1861, 1. 

CHAMBERS, FREDERIC CECIL. Adm. pens, at St John's. 
May 6, 1S95. S. of Fred [formerly meteorological reporter, 
for Western India], of St Helier, Jersey. B. Mar. 15, 1875, 
at Colaba, Bombay, India. School, Victoria College, Jersey 
(Mr G. S. Famell)." Matric. Easter, 1895; B.A. 1898. 

CHAMBERS, FREDERICK CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1879. S. of George Henry, of 1, Bowyer Terrace, 
Clapham, London. B. Sept. 5, i860, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S79; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt II, 1st 
Class) 1883. Ord. deacon (York) 1889; priest (Beverley) 
1890; C. of Fulford, York, 1889-93. Held other curacies, 
l8 93~9- V. of Milcombe, Oxon., 1899-1906. R. of Little 
Barford, Beds., 1906-12. V. of Hamuer, Flints., 1912-32. 
Rural Dean of Bangor-is-y-Coed, 1921-32. Surrogate, 1922. 
Cursal Canon of St Asaph, 1925-32. Died Sept. 29, 1933, 
aged 73, at Winchester. Brother of Charles E. (1881). 
[Daily Telegraph, Oct. 3, 1933.) 

CHAMBERS, FREDERICK DUKE. Adm. pens, (age iS) at 
Trinity Hall, May 30, 1877. S. of Sir Thomas (1837), 
Common Serjeant of the City of London. [School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1877. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

CHAMBERS, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. at Clare, July 9, 
1900. [S. of Edward John, J. P., Staffs., a director of Bullers 
Ltd., of Stoke-on-Trent and Tipton. B. 1S80.] School, 
Tettenhall College. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1906; M.A. 
1928. Ord. deacon (Birmingham) 1907; priest (Lichfield) 
1910; C. of Saltley, 1907-8. Held other curacies, 1908-18. 
V. of St Stephen's, New Town Row, Birmingham, 1918. 
Became a Roman Catholic, 19 19. Organising Secretary for 
the Catholic Truth Society, 1920. Editor of Second Spring, 
1921. Secretary of the Converts' Aid Society, 1922-. A 
member of the Universities Catholic Education Board, 1929. 
Knight of St Gregory- the -Great, 1929. A director of Bullers 
Ltd. (Milton and Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent), 1934-. Director 
of The Tablet Publishing Company. Of 20, Holmes Road, 
Twickenham. [Crockford; The Catholics' Who's Who, 1937.) 

CHAMBERS, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Dec. 7, 1838; 
a 'Ten-year' man. Of Middlesex. Matric. Easter 1848; 
B.D. 1849. Ord. deacon, 1839; pn- st (Bath and Wells) 1840; 
C. of Midsomer-Norton, Somerset, 1839-43. C. of Binegar, 
1 (.3 7. C. of Burnham, 1847-52. C. of' Chatham. Kent, 
1852-8. Chaplain of the Medway Union, 1855-9. R. of West 
with East Pulford, Devon, 1876-80. Died June 17, 1880, 
aged 68, at West Pulford. (R. F. Scott.) 

CHAMBERS, HENRY DAVID GREGORY. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Jan. 24, 1879. 2nd s. of Henry Smijth (next). B. 
Jan. 14, 1852, at Lee, Kent. Matric. Lent, 1879; B.A. 1884. 
Previously at Oxford; matric. (Worcester College) Apr. 26, 
1873. ag e 2I - For some years lived the life of a recluse, 
doing his own cooking and shopping ; interested in philosophy, 
physics, electricity, and aerial navigation; erected a large 
workshop in his garden. Died July 22, 1916. (Peile. 11, 
666; Al. Oxon.; Christ's Coll. Club Mag., 1917.) 

CHAMBERS, HENRY SMIJTH. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Cams, 
Jan. i2, 183S. and s. of David, Capt., R.N. B. at ' Adbury,' 
Berks, [according to the Trinity Coll. Adm. Bk. Ins brother 
was born at Adbury, Hants.]. Matric. Easter, 1838. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 16, 1841, as '2nd s. of David, of 
2, Gloucester Terrace, Regent's Park, Capt., R.N.* Name 
withdrawn, 1853. Of Lee, Kent, in 1873. Brother of Edward 
(1824) and father of the above. (Venn, 11. 242.) 

CHAMBERS, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Christ's, Jan. 19, 
1786. 3rd s. of Abraham. B. in London. Matric. Lent, 
1792; LL.B. I792- Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Sept. 23, 1702; 
C of Bromsberrow, 1792. Brother of William (1 791). (Peile 
11. 321; Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

CHAMBERS, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 18, 
1787; B.A. 1787 incorp. from Oxford. Of Warws. [S. of 
James (1733), clerk, of Higham, Leics.] Matric. (Balliol Col- 
lege, Oxford), Oct. 17, 1751, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1755; M.A. 
(Emmanuel) 1787. R. of Stretton-en-Ie-Field, Derbs., 1773- 
90. R. of Barwell, Leics., 1787-90. Died May 9, 1790. Brother 
of Samuel (1755)- [Cant. Ad tik.; Niclwls', n. Pt 11, 889.) 

CHAMBERS, JAMES ROPER. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Trinity, 
Apr. !•), 1813. S. and h. of Sir Samuel, Knt. [of Bredgar 
House, Kent]. B, at Woodstock, Kent. School, Hackney, 
London (Dr Heathcote). Matric. Michs. 1813. pied Sept. 15, 
1814, aged 19, at his father's house, Upper Seymour Street, 
Portman Square, London. Apparently a youth of great 
promise. According to a remarkably laudatory memoir, 
which appeared in G. Mag. (1814, 11. 498), he is therein 



described as an exemplary model of every amiable quality — 
' he never ceased to acquire knowledge and information from 
constant application both at school and at the University. 
His high and noble spirit could only be raised by indignation 
at the corruption of the world .' 

CHAMBERS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 1848. 
S. of Mark John, bricklayer, of Newark, Notts. B. at Newark. 
Bapt. May 25, 1828. School, Newark Grammar (Rev. 
Joseph Cooke). Matric. Michs. 1848; Prizeman; Scholar, 
1851; B.A. (10th Wrangler) 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon, 
1861; priest (Ely) 1862. Assistant Master at Durham 
School, 1859-60. Head Master of the King's School, Ely, 
Cambs., 1861-70; of Sandbach Grammar School, Cheshire, 
1870-1. Assistant Master at Manchester Grammar School, 
1871-7. P.C. of Woodhead, Cheshire, 1877-1904. Died 
July 4. 1904, aged 76. {E. Earwaker, Sa?idbach; The Times, 
July 6, 1904; R. F. Scott.) 

CHAMBERS, JOHN ALLEYNE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. S. of George Henry, of Bowyer Terrace, Clapham, 
London. B. Aug. 21, 1S5S, in London. School, Eton. 
Matnc. Michs. 1877; B.A. 18S1. Engineer. Died June 25, 
I937i aged 7S, at Fulham, London. Brother of Charles E. 
(1881), etc. (The Times, June 28, 1937.) 

CHAMBERS, JOHN ARTHUR PETER HAGGIE. Adm. at 
Clare, June 17, 1893. Schools, Rossall and St George's, 
Harrogate. Matric. Michs. 1S93. Of Tapton Lodge, Sheffield. 
(Rossall Sch. Reg.) 

CHAMBERS, -JOHN] CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 2, 1835. Of Worcs. [S. of John. B. Nov. 23, 1S17, at 
the Tything, Worcester. School, Norwich Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1836; B.A. 1S40; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1S42; 
M.A. 1843. Founded the first Sunday Schools in Cambridge 
while still an undergraduate. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1842; 
priest, 1846; C. of Sedbergh, 1842. Missionary pnest at 
Perth, W. Australia, 1846-50. Canon and Chancellor of 
Perth Cathedral, 1S50-5. V. of Harlow, Essex, 1853-6. 
Warden of the House of Charity, Soho, 1856-74. P.C. of St 
Mary- the- Virgin. Soho, 1857-74. An energetic worker; 
instrumental in securing the building of new schools, re- 
building of the church and establishing a large clergy house. 
Author, Sermons. Died May 21, 1874, aged 57. Buried at 
Kensal Green. (Hennessy; Scott, MSS.; DM.B.) 

CHAMBERS, JOHN GRAHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 6, 
1861. S. and h. of William (1826), of Hafod, Cardigans. 
B. Feb. 12, 1843, at Llanelly, Carm. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1861; B.A. 1S65. Rowing 'blue,' 1862, 1863. Pre- 
sident of the University Boat Club, 1864-6. Coached the 
Cambridge Crew at Putney, 1871-4. Reputed to be the best 
walker in the University. Founded the Amateur Athletic 
Club at Walham Green, 1866. Adopted literature as a pro- 
fession; a frequent contributor to the Standard. Edited the 
weekly journal, Land and Water. Died Mar. 4, 18S3, at 10, 
Wetherby Terrace, Earls Court, London. (Boose; D.N.B.) 

CHAMBERS, JOHN PETER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 7, 1S01. Of Norwich. Matnc. Michs. 1804; Scholar; 
B.A. 1806. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1807; priest, 
June 12, 1808. R. of Hedcnham, Norfolk, 1812-58. Married 
Anna Maria, dau. of J. P. Maxwell, Esq., of Harley Street, 
London, May 13, 1819. Died Dec. n, 1858, aged 74, at 
Hedenham. (G. Mag., 1819, 1. 480; 1859, 1. 100.) 

CHAMBERS, MONTAGU. Adm. at Christ's, Nov. 30, 1818. 
(5th s. of George, of Hartford, Hunts.] B. 1799. Matric. 
Lent, 1819. Previously Ensign, Grenadier Guards, i8i5-r8. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 11, 1818, age 19. Called to the 
Bar, 1S28. On the South Eastern Circuit. Revising Barrister 
till 1839. Bencher, 1S45. Treasurer, 1868. Q.C., 1S45. 
M.P. for Greenwich, 1852-7; for Devonport, 1863-74. 
Edited the Law Journal Reports, 1835-85. Died Sept. 18, 
1885, aged 85, at 394, Uxbridge Road, London. (Petle, 
11. 392; Foster, Men at the Bar; Boose; R. F. Scott.) 

CHAMBERS, PERCIVAL RODERICK HARCOURT. Adm. 
pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 1885. [6th s. of Robert Har- 
court (1850).] B. Apr. 28, 1866. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1888. Ord. deacon, 1SS9; priest (Lichfield) 1890; C. of Heath 
Town, Staffs., 1889-91. Missionary of the U.M.C.A., at 
Korogwe (diocese of Zanzibar), 1892-6. Organising Secretary 
of the U.M.C.A., for the South of England, 1898. Died 
Nov. 23, 1899, aged 33, at sea. Brother of William J. H. 
(1882). 

CHAMBERS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 26, 1855. 
S. of Richard Grey, of the Hon. E.I. Co. Civil Service. B. 
Oct. 31, 1837, in Ross-shire, N.B. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1S55. Entered the Army (Cornet, 
8th Light Dragoons (Hussars), 1S60; Lieut., 1865; trans- 
ferred to the 5th Lancers, 1S67; Capt., 9th Lancers, 1875; 
retired, 1876). Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 24, 1S83. 
Residing at Lansdown Terrace, Cheltenham, in 1897. Died 
Mar. 15, 1902, at Bournemouth. (Venn, n. 323; Clieltenham 
< ■■ Reg-) 



Chambers, Robert Harcourt 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT HARCOURT. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Apr. 29, 1850. [2nd s. of William Frederick (1804), physician, 
of Hordle, Lymington, Hants. B. Jan. 4, 1830. School, 
Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 31, 1851. Called to the Bar, 1856. In the 
War Office; senior clerk. Married Julia Eliza Dormer, dau. 
of Thomas Robinson, M.A., V. of Milford, Hants., Dec. 4, 
1855. Died Sept. 26, 1907, aged 77, at Deepdene, Rams- 
gate. Father of William J. H. (1882) and Percival R. H. 
(1885); brother of William F. (1847). {Misc. Gen. et Her., 
4th S., ii. 106, sub Peer's Pedigree; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

CHAMBERS, ROBERT LAMBERT. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 
1899. B. Sept. 1SS0. School, Bradfield College. Matric. 
Michs. 1899. Importer and general merchant. Chairman and 
Managing Director of Moritz and Chambers Ltd., 1920-35-. 
During the Great War, 2nd Lieut., in charge of anti-aircraft 
gun stations in London, 1917. Died Feb. 22, 1939, aged 58, 
at 95, Ashley Gardens, London. {Bradfield Coll. Reg.; The 
Times, Feb. 23, 1939.) 

CHAMBERS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 12, 1755- S. of James (1733), clerk. Bapt. Oct. 21, 1736, 
at Higbam, Leics. School, Nuneaton (Mr Liptrott). Matric. 
Michs. 1755; B.A. 1759. R- ( an d patron) of Higham-on-the- 
Hill, Leics., 1765-88. R. of Croft, 1777-68. Died Feb. 25, 
1788, aged 51. Brother of Tames (1787). (Musgrave, Obit.; 
X-.chols, 11. Pt 11. 889.) 

CHAMBERS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 1829. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar, 1832-6; B.A. 
1833; M.A. 1836; D.D. 1849. Ord. deacon, 1834; priest 
(Lincoln) 1835. Head Master of the Royal Naval School, 
New Cross, London, 1847-67. R. of Little Bealings, Suffolk, 
1867-92. Died Aug. 4, 1892, aged 84. (Boose, iv. Suppl.) 

CHAMBERS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 18, 1837. 
[S. and h. of Thomas, Esq., of Hertford.] B. Dec. 17, 1814, 
at Hertford. Matric. Michs. 1837; LL.B. (1st Class, Civil 
Law, 1839-40) 1846. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 28, 
1837. Called to the Bar, 1840. Q.C., 1861. Bencher, 1861. 
Treasurer, 1872. A Lieutenant for the City of London. Com- 
mon Serjeant of London, 1857-7S. Knighted, Mar. 14, 1872. 
Steward of Southwark, 1S84. Recorder of London, 1878-91. 
M.P. for Hertford, 1852-7; for Marylebone, 1865-85. 
President of the National Chamber of Trade, 1874-c 80. 
A persistent advocate of the inspection of Convents and the 
legalisation of marriage with a deceased wife's sister. Author, 
legal. Died Dec. 24, 189 1, aged 77, at 63, Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London. Buried at All Saints', Hertford. 
Father of Frederick D. (1877). (Boose, iv. Suppl.; D.N.B., 
Suppl.) 

CHAMBERS, THOMAS WARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 1, 
1868. S. of Thomas Ward, of Stepney, Middlesex. B. there 
Sept. 29, 1849. School, City of London (Dr Mortimer). 
Matric. Michs. 186S; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. Assistant Master 
at the City of London School, 1S72-98. Ord. deacon, 1875; 
priest (London) 1876; C. of Bromley St Leonard, 1875-93. 
C. of South Hackney, 1894-8; V. there, 1898-1907. Died 
Oct. 8, 1907, aged 57. (Crockford; The Times, Oct. n, 
1907.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
June 10, 1791. 4th s. of Abraham, Esq., deceased. B. in 
London. Matric. Lent, 1792; B.A. 1795; M.A. 1800. At the 
death of the Marquess of Cholmondeley, Apr. 10, 1827, 
became possessed of a large landed property at Llanelly, 
Carmarthens., under the will of Sir James Stepney, Bart, 
(who died Sept. 12, 1825). High Sheriff of Carmarthens., 
1828. Of Llanelly, and of Bicknor, near Sittingbourne, Kent. 
Expended about £10,000 in establishing a pottery at Llanelly. 
Died there Feb. 9, 1855, aged 81. Brother of James (1786) 
and father of the next. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Burke, 
L.G., 1862.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 13, 
1826; Fell. -Com. May 18, 1827. S. of William (above), Esq., 
of Bicknor, near Sittingbourne, Kent. B. 1809, at Valen 
ciennes, France. School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1828. Of 
Hafod, Cardigans. J. P. and D.L. for Carmarthens. and 
Cardigans. Married Joanna Trant, dau. of Capt. Payne, 
R.N., 1835. Died Mar. 21, 1882, aged 72. Father of John G. 
(1861). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Index 0/ Obit. Notices, 1882.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 2, 1850. 
[School, (?) Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1850. William Chambers, 
Esq. (s. of Thomas, Esq., of Hertford), died June 21, 1853, 
aged 29, at Addlestone, Surrey. Perhaps brother of Thomas 
(1837)- (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1853, 11. 211.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, May 12, 1804. S. of William, of the East India Co. 
B. Oct. 10, 1786, in India. Schools, [Bath Grammar] and 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1804; Scholar, 1805; Prizeman; 
B.A. 1808; M.A. 1811; Lie. Med. 1814; M.D. 1818. Studied 
medicine at St George's Hospital, London; Physician then-, 



Chambre, Walter 

1816-39. F.R.C.P., 1819. Censor, 1822, 1836; consiliarius 
1836, 1S41 and 1845; an Elect, 1S47. F.R.S., 1828. Physi 
ci an -in -ordinary to Queen Adelaide, 1836; to William IV, 
1837; to Queen Victoria, 1837, and to the Duchess of Kent, 
1839. K.C.H., 1837. An eminent Consulting Physician ; 
retired, 1848. Of Hordlecliffe, near Lymington, " Hants. 
Died there Dec. 16, 1855. Brother of Charles H. (1807)- 
father of Robert H. (1850) and the next. (D.N.B.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Nov. 29, 1847. S. and h. of William Frederick 
(above). B. Jan. 17, 1829. [School, Westminster.] Matric. 
Michs. 1S48; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 
1853; priest (Lincoln) 1854; C. of Willey-cura-Barrow, 
Salop, 1853-4. C. of Titchfield, Hants., 1854. V. of North 
Kelsey, Lines., 1854-82. C. of Hitcham, Suffolk, 1884-8. 
Afterwards of 14, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone. Died 
there Apr. 10, 1898. Brother of Robert H. (1850) and father 
of the next. (Record of Old Westminsters; The Times, Am. 13 
189S.) H J> 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM FREDERICK DOMENIC. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 16, 1SS3. S. of William Frederick (above), 
of 14, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone. B. July 31, 1864, at 
N. Kelsey, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 25, 1886. Migrated to the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 3, 18S8. Called to the Bar, 1890. Did not practise. 
Lecturer for the National Reform Union. Married and had 
issue. Died Nov. 16, 1922, at ir, Belvedere, Weymouth. 
(Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., n. 106; Scott, MSS.; Inns of 
Court.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM HAMPTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 14, 1888. S. of William Hampton, D.D., V. of St 
Anne's, Holloway, Middlesex. B. Apr. 23, 1867, at Islington. 
Schools, Merchant Taylors', and City of London College 
(Rev. R. Whittington). Matric. Michs. 1888; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Norwich) 
1892; C. of Heigham, 1 891-3. Held other curacies, 1893-1900. 
Succeeded his father as V. of Whitchurch, Devon, 1900-7. 
V. of St Luke's, Brighton, 1907-16. V. of Rudgwick, Sussex, 
1916-27. V. of Oving, 1927-39- (with Merston, R., from 
1931). Rural Dean of Chichester, 1937-. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM HUMPSTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 3, 1S44. Of Derbs. Matric. Michs. 1844. 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM JULIAN HARCOURT. Adm. at 
Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 1882. [4th s. of Robert Harcourt 
(1850).] B. Oct. 1, 1862. [School, Highgate.] Matric. Michs. 
1882; B.A. 1885. A private tutor for several years. Joined 
the U.M.C.A., 1893 ; engaged in educational work at Kiungani. 
Died unmarried Mar. 5, 1894, of fever, at Zanzibar. Brother 
of Percival R. H. (1885). (Burke, Col. Gent., n. 766; Selwyn 
Coll. Cat.; Scott, MSS.) 

CHAMBERS, WILLIAM MELLISH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 4, 1829. [S. and h. of William Cecil, Esq., and Ann, dau. 
of Charles Mellish, of Blythe, Notts.] Migrated to Oxford; 
matric. (Christ Church) Apr. 27, 1830, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 
1834. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. io, 1835, age 23, at 
's. and h. of William Cecil, late of Chesterfield Street, May- 
fair, deceased.' Called to the Bar, 1841. Died unmarried 
Oct. 18, 1845, aged 33, at Hodsock Priory, Notts. Buried at 
Blythe. Brother of Charles H. (1832). (Jewitt, Rehq., xiv. 
127; G. Mag., 1845, 11. 661; Al. Oxon.) 

CHAMBLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 10, 
1847. S. of William, of Coven, near Wolverhampton. B. 
Oct. 16, 1827, at Wolverhampton. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1847. (Peile, 11. 501.) 

CHAMBRE, ALLAN or ALAN. Adm. at Queens', June 6, 
1788; migrated (age 18) to Peterhouse, Nov. 3, 1788. [S. and 
h. of Walter, merchant, of Whitehaven, and Elizabeth, dau. 
of James Fox, of St Bees.] School, Hawkshead. Matric. 
Michs. 1788; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1795. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
May 23, 1788, as 'nephew of Alan Chambre, a Master of the 
Bench.' Ord. deacon (York) July 6, 1794, as 'of Peterhouse, 
B.A.' Married Mary, dau. of Sir John Banks Russell, Bart. 
Doubtless the Rev. Alan Chambre, of Whitehaven, who was 
killed, 1800, by being thrown out of an open carriage near 
that place. (G. Mag., 1800, 699; T. A. Walker, 358; Notes.) 

CHAMBRE, ALLAN (ALAN). Adm. pens, at St John's, June 19, 
1813. S. of [Thomas, Esq.], of Chapel Street, Bedford Row, 
London. B. Feb. 26, 1796- [School, (?) Eton; styled son of 
the Judge in Eton School Lists.] Matric. Michs. i8r3. Per- 
haps of Halhead Hall and Kendal, Westmorland; late Capt. 
17th Lancers. [Alan, only s. of Alan Chambre, Esq., late 
Capt., 17th Lancers, married Beatrice, dau. of Thomas 
Harrison (deceased), Commissioner of Inland Revenue, Nov. 
.,, [854.] Perhaps brother of the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; 
A. A. Austen-Leigh.) 

CHAMBRE, WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jirsus, May 24. 
1817, 2nd s. of Thorn. is, Esq. Matric Michs. 1817. Perhaps 
brother of the above. 



Chamley, Braithwaite 

CHAMLEY, BRAITHWAITE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Feb. 21, 
1853. S. and h. of Matthew, Esq. [of Warcop House, West- 
morland]. B. Mav 12, 1835, at Kirkby Stephen. Schools, 
Kirkby Stephen (Mr Rowland) and Sedbergh. Matii 
Michs. 1853. Entered the Army (joined the 83rd Regt., in 
India; served throughout the Indian Mutiny; exchanged 
into the 17th Lancers; Capt.). Died May 11, 1865, one week 
after landing with his Regt. from India. M.I. at Warcop. 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Westmorland Church Notes, 11. 2S5.) 

CHAMNEY, ROBERT MASCALL. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
July 1, 1840. S. of Robert Mascall, of Folkestone. B. Oct. 7, 
1821. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1872. Ord. 
deacon, 1845; priest (Bath and Wells) 1846; C. of Hatch 
Beauchamp, Somerset, 1845-6. C. of Watton, Herts., 185 1- 
64. Principal of Cheltenham Training College, 1864-94. 
Married three times. Died Dec. 5, 1894, at Cheltenham. 
(T. A. Walker, 470; Boose, iv. Suppl.; Burke, 1,0.) 

CHAMPAGNE, ARTHUR HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Feb. 15, 1832; Fell. -Com. Jan. 25, 1833. Matric. Lent, 1833. 

CHAMPAIN, HENRY HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4. 

1804. S. and h. of John, of Dacca. Matric. Easter, 1806; 
B.A. 1S09; M.A. 1812. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. -4. 

1805. Called to the Bar, 1813, as s. and h. of John, Esq., of 
Gt Stanhope Street, Mayfair. Afterwards took Holy Orders. 
C. of Winchfield, Hants. Died Oct. 6, 1826. {G. Mag., 1826, 
11. 56g.) 

CHAMPION, ALBERT EDWARD GURNEY. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1800. S. of Frederick Shepherd. B. Jan. g, 
1872, at Hilgay, Burgess Hill, Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1890. 
CHAMPION, ARTHUR HAMMERTON. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 11, 1878. S. of Elias, of Wolston, near Coventry, 
Warws. B. Mar. 22, 1859, at Benares, India. School, Shrews- 
bury. Scholar; matric^ Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1886. 
Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Tasmania) 18S8. Head Master of 
the Church of England Grammar School at Launceston, 
Tasmania, 1886-95; of Parramatta Grammar School, New 
South Wales, 1895-1906. Priest-in-charge of Watson's Bay 
with Vaucluse, N.S.W., 1906-9. R. of Canberra, 1909-13. 
R. of Bungendore, 1913-24. Canon of Goulburn, 1918-26. 
Rur.d Dean, 1Q23-6. R. of Lake Bathurst, 1924-6. R. of 
North Stoke with Langridge, Bath, Somerset, 1927-36. R. 
of Cherington, Gloucs., 1936-9-. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1939.) 
CHAMPION, FRANCIS BERESFORD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1873. S. of John (1S21), clerk, deceased. B. 
Jan. 31, i8S4, at Duncnevie, Kinross, N.B. School, Upping- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1889, 
Ord. deacon, 1877; priest (Ely) 1878; C. of Huntingdon, 
1877-8. C. of Mildenhall, 1878-81. V. of Edale, Derbs., 
1881-91; rebuilt the Church at a cost of £3000. R. of North 
Pickenham with Houghton-on-the-Hill, Norfolk, 1S91-6. 
Rural Dean of Cranwich, i902-:6. R. of Gt Bealings, 
Suffolk, 1916-30. Married and had issue. Resided latterly 
at Peasenhall, Suffolk. Died there June 4, 1931, aged 77- 
(Crockford; Fox-Davies; The Guardian, June 12, 1931.) 
CHAMPION, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 4, 1867. S- 
of John, of Ranbv House, Retford, Notts. B. Oct. 21, 1850. 
at Nottingham. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
1873; M.A. 1878. J. P. for Salop and Bucks. Of 83, Onslow 
Gardens, London, S.W. Married and had issue. Died July 4. 
1938. (Trin. Coll. Record; Burke, L.G., 1925-) 
CHAMPION, HUBERT HAYWARD. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 
1892. 3rd s. of Charles Frederick, solicitor's managing clerk, 
of 17, Jeffrey's Road, Clapham, Surrey. B. Oct. 7, 1873, at 
3, Beaufort Villas, Fulham, Middlesex. Schools, King's 
College Choir and Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1892; 
Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1894; B.A. (13/^ Wrangler) 1895; 
M.A. 1908. Extension Lecturer, 1897-1900. Assistant 
Master at Uppingham School, 1900-19. Inspector of 
Secondary Schools, 1919-32. Of 1, Storefield Avenue, 
Lincoln. Died June 29, 1932, aged 58, at Winchester. 
(Clifton Coll. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3; The Times, July 1, 1932-) 
CHAMPION, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 8, 1821. [S. of 
John, of Edale, Derbs., and Frances, dau. of Francis Beres- 
ford, of Ham, Essex.] B. 1802, at Edale, Tideswell, Derbs. 
[School, Oakham.] Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1S26; M.A. 
1829. Ord. deacon, 1826; priest (Lichfield) 1827. P.C. of 
Edale, Derbs., 1827-45; V. there, 1867-72. R. of Taxal, 
Cheshire, 1842-53. Of Grimslow House, Edale, Sheffield. 
rried Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of William Murray, of 
Duncnevie, Kinross, Sept. 12, 1844, Died 1872. Father of 
Fraiuis P.. (1873). (Cant. Act Bk.; Burke, L.G., 1937; 
Crockford, 1S70-2; Fox-Davies.) 
CHAMPION, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 23, 

1769. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 1770. 
CHAMPION DE CRESP1GNY, see CRESPIGNY 
CHAMPNES, CHARLES JOHN. M.A. 1842, incorp. from Oxford. 
For his previous degrees and career, see Al. Oxon. 



Champneys, Henry William 

CHAMPNES, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 2, 1824. S. of Thomas Weldon (1792), clerk. 
B. at Fuliner, Bucks. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1824; 
B.A. 182S. Of Allerton House, Lewes, Sussex, in 1841, 
without cure. Succeeded his father as V. of Upton-cum- 
Chalvey, Bucks., i842-67;remainedwithoutcure. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1876. (Clergy List, 1842; Crockford.) 
CHAMPNES or CHAMPNEYS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Trinity, May 24, 1758. S. of Thomas, of Westminster. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Easter, 1759; Scholar, 17591 
B.A. 1762; M.A. 1768. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 19, 1762. 
Minor Canon of St Paul's, 1764-82; of Windsor, 1781-2. 
V. of Mucking, Essex, 1772-82. Died May 17, 1782. Brother 
of Weldon (1756). (Hennessy.) 
CHAMPNES or CHAMPNEYS, THOMAS WELDON. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, June 6, I79-- S. of Samuel, of London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1792, as Thomas; 
Scholar, 1793; B.A. 1796; M.A. 1799. V. of Upton-cum- 
Chalvey, Bucks., 1802-41. Minor Canon of Westminster, 
1800; of Windsor, 1S03-41. V. of Sutton Courtney, Berks., 
1806-n. V. of Ogboume St George, Wilts., 1811-20. R. of 
Cottisford, Oxon., 1820. V. of Wyrardisbury, Bucks., 1821- 
9. R. of Fulmer, 1S23-41. Married (1) Mary, dau. of John 

Macnamara, of Baker Street, London; (2) , dau. of 

William Langford, D.D., Fellow of Eton College, Jan. n, 
1825. Died Dec. 21, 1841, aged 68. Father of Edward T. 
(1824). (Record of Old West minsters; G. Mug.) 
CHAMPNES or CHAMPNEYS, WELDON. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Trinity, June 16, 1756. S. of Thomas, of Westminster. 
B. Apr. 24, 1836. School, Westminster. Matric. Easter, 
1757; Scholar, 1757; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1767- Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 2, 1760; priest, June 1, 1760; Minor Canon of 
Windsor, and of Westminster; of St Paul's, 1760-76; Junior 
Cardinal, 1776; Senior Cardinal, 1790; Sub- Dean, 1797. R. of 
Kensworth, Herts., 1765-7. V. of Caddington, Beds., 1767- 
05, V. of Deeping St James, Lines., 1777-1810. V. of 
Ruislip, Middlesex, 177S-94. R. of Langdon Hills, Essex, 
1792-7. V. of St Pancras, London, 1797-1810; Lecturer at 
St Bride's, London. Chaplain to the Goldsmiths' Company 
and also to the Cutlers' Company. Married (as his 2nd wife) 
Frances Porter, 1774- Died Oct. 26, 1810, aged 74- Brother 
of Thomas {1758). (Hennessv; Record of Old Westminsters; 
G. Mag.) 
CHAMPNEY, HENRY D'ARCY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1874. Of Yorks. S. of Henry Nelson, of The Mount, 
York. B. June 13, 1854, at York. School, St Peter's, York. 
Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 1S7S; M.A. 1881. 
Ord. deacon, 187S; priest (Ely) 1879; C. of St Audrew's-the- 
Less, Cambridge, 1878-82. Disappears from Crockford, 1883. 
Availed himself of the Clerical Disabilities Act, 1899. 
CHAMPNEY, NELSON THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Feb. 1, 1S11. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1816; 
M.A. 1822. 
CHAMPNEYS, see also CHAMPNES. 

CHAMPNEYS, BASIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. n, i860. 
S. of William Weldon, R. of St Mary's, Whitechapel, London 
[afterwards Dean of Lichfield]. B. Sept. 17, 1842, in London. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1S60; B.A. 1864. 
Architect of many important Collegiate and Ecclesiastical 
buildings. Articled to John Prichard, of Llandaff; began to 
practise in 1867. Of Hall Oak, Frognal Lane, Hampstead. 
Architect at Cambridge of the Divinity and Literary Schools; 
of Selwyn College, and of the additions on a large scale to 
Newnham College. At Oxford, his buildings include the 
Robinson Memorial Tower at New College; buildings at 
Merton and Oriel Colleges ; the Library at Somerville ; 
Mansfield College, and the Indian Institute. At Manchester, 
the restoration of the Cathedral and the designing of the 
John Rylands Library. Designed the Butler Museum and 
class-rooms for Harrow School; the Quinquentenary Buildin.; 
for Winchester; for the Grammar School, King's Lynn, and 
for the Harpur Girls' School, Bedford; also architect for 
Bedford College in Regent's Park. His church work in- 
cluded the 'Perpendicular' Church of St Mary Star, at 
Hastings. Received the Gold Medal of the Royal Institute 
of Architects, 1912. Author, A Quiet Corner of England; 
Henry Memtt; Art Criticism and Romance; Memoirs and 
Correspondence of Coventry Patmore. Married and had issue. 
Died Apr. 5, 1Q35, aged 92, at Hall Oak, Frognal Lane, 
Hampstead. (Vis. of England and Wales, x; The Times, 
Apr. 6, 1935.) 
CHAMPNEYS [formerly BURT], HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. 
Fell. -Com. at Christ's, June 14, 1788. S. of John [Burt], of 
Boley Hill, Rochester [and Harriet, dau. of William Champ- 
neys, Usher of the Black Rod, and Commissioner of Revenue, 
Ireland]. Matric. Michs. 17S9; B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. 
Whilst an undergraduate established an expensive club of 
12 members and spent much money on entertainments, 
'but left Cambridge free from debt.' (see Gunning, 11. 152-6). 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) Feb. 2, 
1 796 ; priest (Gloucester) Feb. 21,1 796 ; C. of Ulcombe, Kent . 



Chance, Alexander Macomb 

V. of Leigh, Lanes., 1798-1800. R. of St Margaret's, Canter- 
bun-, 1803-6. V. of Rainham, Kent, 1804-7. V. of St Mary 
Bredin, 1807-21. V.of Wei ton with Melton, Yorks., 1807-45. 
R. of Badsworth, 1S21-45. Died there Feb. 18, 1845, aged 
74. [He was great nephew of Henry Champneis, of Vintners, 
in Boxley, Kent, who was part owner of the Westenhanger 
estate, which he devised to the said great nephew, Henry 
William Burt, in 17S1, having obtained for him a Privy Seal 
to take the surname and arms of Champneis, Oct. 13, 177S. 
For some account of the Champneys family see Hasted, m, 
326.] (Peile, 11. 3^5; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1S45, 1. 671.) 
CHANCE, ALEXANDER MACOMB. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 17, 1890. S. and h. of Alexander Macomb [glass 
manufacturer], of 28, Westfield Road, Edgbaston, Birming- 
ham. B. Oct. 10, 1871, at Edgbaston. School, Repton. 
Ma trie. Michs. 1S90; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Sometime 
Director of Chance and Hunt, Ltd., of Oldbury, Worcs. 
Of Spinningdale, Bonar Bridge, Scotland, in 1938. Brother 
of Kenneth M. (1898). (Fox-Davies; Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938.) 

CHANCE, ARENT SCHUYLER DE PEYSTER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 10, 1882. S. and h. of Arent de Peyster, of 
Shirlev, near Birmingham. B. there Nov. 3, 1863. Bapt. 
Dec. 23, 1863. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. 
Of Royston, Malvern Wells, Worcs., in 1938; Died Jan. iS, 
1941. (Trinity Colt. Members, 1942; Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938.) 

CHANCE, ARTHUR FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 7, 1876. 2nds. of George (1839), of 28, LeinsterGardens, 
Hyde Park, London. B. Dec. 4, 1857, in London. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1877; Porson 
Prize; B.A. (5th Classic) 18S0; M.A. 1884. Assistant Master 
at Shrewsbury School, 1 880-1930; House Master, 1886-1934. 
An excellent master and an inspiring teacher; interested alike 
in the scholarship and athletic activities of the school. A 
sound classical scholar and an enthusiastic archaeologist. 
Known to many generations of Salopians as 'The Man.' 
Died Oct. 1, 1934, aged 77, at Kingsland, Shrewsbury. {The 
Times, Oct. 5, 1934.) 

CHANCE, ARTHUR LUCAS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, 
Apr. 1875. S. and h. of Robert Lucas, Esq. B. June 12, 1853, 
at Edgbaston, W r arws. Schools, Birmingham and Edgbaston. 
Matric. Michs. 1875. Of Gt Alne Hall, Alcester, Warws.; 
afterwards of Norton Hall. J. P. for Warws. High Sheriff, 
1905. Married, and had issue. Died Jan. 5, 1932, aged 78. 
Brother of Walter P. {1874). {The Times, Jan. 6, 1932.) 

CHANCE, EDMOND ROSS. Matric. from Jesus, Michs. 1882 
[see note sub Chance, John (1882)]. [9th s. of John Homer, 
of 40, Augustus Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. B. Jan. 18, 
1864. School, Harrow.] No profession. Died Apr. 17. i9°7, 
aged 43, at Nell Bridge House, Adderbury, Oxon. (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, Family Records; Vis. of England and Wales, 
in.) 

CHANCE, EDWARD FERGUSON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1880. 
S. of.. Edward, of Malvern, J. P. for Worcs. B there Apr. 9, 
1861. Schools, Harrow and King's College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Partner in the firm of Chance 
Brothers, Ltd., glass manufacturers, of Birmingham; director 
and chairman. Inherited Dr Guest's estate of Sandford Park, 
Oxon., 1900. Sheriff of Oxon., 1912. J. P. for Oxon. Married 
and had issue. Died May 20, 1923. Brother of Frederick W. 
(1871). (Venn, u. 443; Burke, Family Records.) 

CHANCE, EDWARD SETON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1900. S. and h. of Frederick William {1871), of Morton, 
Carlisle, Cumberland. B. June 23, 1881, at Carlisle. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1900. Joined the Welsh 
Fusiliers, 1903; Capt.; exchanged into the 2nd Dragoon 
Guards; served in the Great War (Brevet-Major; Lieut. -Col.; 
twice mentioned in despatches). Killed in action, May 29, 
1918. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

CHANCE, FRANK. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
1850. 4th s. of Robert Lucas [founder and sometime head 
of Chance Brothers, glass manufacturers]. B. June 22, 1825 
(? 1826), at Highgate, London. School, Birmingham (Dr 
Ryall). Matric. Michs. 1850; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1854; 
B.A. 1854; M.B. 1856; Lie. Med. 1857. Studied medicine at 
King's College, London. M.R.C.P., 1859. F.R.C.P., 1863. 
Retired from practice, 1865. Of Burleigh House, Sydenham 
Hill, London, S.E. Married and had issue. One of the 
Committee for the Revised Version of the Old Testament, 
1875-84. Edited H. H. Bernard's Commentary on the Book 
of Job; translated Rudolph Virchow's work on Cellular 
Pathology. A frequent contributor to Notes and Queries. A 
noted Hebrew scholar and a good linguist. Author, Cellular 
Pathology as based upon Physiological and Pathological Histo- 
logy. Died July 1, 1897, at Nice. Buried at Brockley. 
(Burke, Family Records; Boose, iv. Suppl.; N. and Q., 8th 
S., xii.) 

CHANCE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
July 5, 1871. S. of Edward, J. P., of Lawnside, Malvern, 
Worcs. B. Dec. 26, 1852, at Handsworth. School, Harrow. 



Chance, James Timmins 

Matric. Michs. 1871. Partner in the firm of Ferguson and Co., 
textile manufacturers, Carlisle; chairman ami managing 
director. Mayor of Carlisle, 1904. M.P. for Carlisle, 1005-9. 
Of Morton, Carlisle, and of Lancrigg, Grasmere. T.P. for 
Carlisle and Cumberland. D.L.; High Sheriff, 1915. During 
the Great War, chairman of the local advisory commi 
connexion with the State Liquor Control scheme at Carlisle. 
K.B.E., 1920. A generous benefactor to Carlisle; gave £6000 
for the establishment of a school of Chemistry in memory 
of his two elder sons who were killed in the War. Died Aug. 
31, 1932, aged 79, at Lancrigg, Grasmere. Brother of Edward 
F. {1SS0) and father of Edward S. (1900). (Venn, it. 398; The 
Times, Sept. i, 1932.) 

CHANCE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Apr. 19, 
1839. 3rd s. of William. B. Dec. 22, 1818, at Birmingham. 
School, Totteridge, Middlesex (Mr Wood and Mr Thorow- 
good). Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. (23*2 Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 
1846. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 1843. Called to the 
Bar, 1846. One of three Commissioners to enquire into the 
Trade Union outrages at Sheffield and Manchester in 1867. 
Metropolitan Police Magistrate at Lambeth Police Court, 
1870-89. J. P. for Middlesex. Died Feb. 17, 1903. Brother 
of James T. (1833) and Henry (1S46); father of Arthur F 
{1876). (Vis. of England and Wales, in.) 

CHANCE, GEORGE FERGUSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 
28, 1874. 2nd s. of James Timmins (1S33), of Sutton Cold- 
field, Birmingham. B. Sept. 25, 1854, at Handsworth, 
Birmingham. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1878; M.A. 1881. Chairman of Chance Bros, and Co. Ltd. 
(glass and lighthouse works) 1901-19. High Sheriff of 
Worcs., 1910. Of Cedar House, Burton, near Christchurch, 
Hants. Married and had issue. Died Feb. 4, 1933, aged 78, 
at Bournemouth. Brotherof James F. (1875), etc. (Burke, P. 
and B.; The Times, Feb. 6, 1933.) 

CHANCE, HARRY GODWIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1S80. S. of Thomas Henry, editor of The Herts. Express. B. 
at Hitchin, Herts. Bapt. July 17, 1869. Matric. Michs. 18S0; 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 1S87. Succeeded his father as editor of The 
Gloucester Citizen and The Gloucester Herald; held this 
position for 40 years. For many years a local correspondent 
of The Times. Founder and President of the Three Shirts 
Newspaper Society. An enthusiastic worker for the Three 
Choirs Musical Festival. Died June 13, 1932, aged 70, at 
Gloucester. (The Times, June 18, 1932; Eagle.) 

CHANCE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1846. [6th 
s. of William, of Birmingham, J. P. B. Jan. 26, 1828. School, 
• King Edward's, Birmingham.] Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 
1848; B.A. (10th Classic) 1850; M.A. 1853. Partner in 
Chance Brothers and Co. Ltd., glass manufacturers, of 
Smethwick, near Birmingham. Of Thornbridge, Leamington, 
Warws. J. P. for Warws. and Worcs. D.L. for Warws. High 
Sheriff, 18S5. Married and had issue. Died Jan. 7, 1901, 
aged 72, at Thornbridge. Brother of George (1839), etc. 
(Burke, P. and B.) 

CHANCE, JAMES FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
25, 1875. 3rd s. of James Timmins (next), of Sutton Cold- 
field, Birmingham. B. Apr. 9, 1856, at Birmingham. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. Entered 
the family firm of Chance Brothers and Co.; partner, 18S4- 
90. Gave up business and devoted himself to history, 
making a special study of the politics and diplomacy of the 
Baltic countries in the eighteenth century. Editor of the 
Royal Historical Society's publications entitled, British 
Diplomatic Instructions. F.R.Hist.S.; Vice-President, 1935- 
8. Considered to be 'the greatest English expert on Baltic 
policy in the eighteenth century.' Hon. Secretary of the 
Eton War Memorial Fund. Of 30, Lennox Gardens, London, 
S.W. Author, George I and the Northern War; The Alliance 
of Hanover; A History of the Finn of Chance Brothers and Co.; 
The Pattinsons of Kirklinton, etc. Died unmarried Oct. 18, 
1938, aged 82, in London. Brother of George F. (1874), etc. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who, 1939; The Times, Oct. 19, 
1938.) 

CHANCE, JAMES TIMMINS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 20, 
1833. [S. and h. of William, J. P., of Spring Grove, Birming- 
ham. B. Mar. 22, 1814. School, Totteridge, and Univer- 
sity College, London.] Matric. Michs. 1S33; Scholar, 1837; 
B.A. (7th Wrangler) 1838; M.A. 1841. Incorp. at Oxford, 
1848. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 17, 1836. Head of 
Chance Brothers and Co., glass manufacturers of Smethwick, 
near Birmingham. Made improvements in dioptric apparatus 
for lighthouses, joining Faraday in experimenting with the 
firm's apparatus at Whitby Southern Lighthouse, i860. 
Retired, 1872. J.P. and D.L. for Worcs. and Staffs. High 
Sheriff of Staffs., 1868. Created Bart., June 19. 1900. Of 
Grand Avenue, Hove, Brighton. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
George Ferguson, of Houghton Hall, Carlisle, June 26, 1845. 
Benefactor to Birmingham Institutions, Died ran. 6, 1902, 
aged 87, at Hove. Brother of George (1839); fathi 1 
above, George F. (1874) and William (1872) 
2nd Suppl.; Burke, P. and B.) 



Chance, John 

CHANCE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. I, 1882. S. of 
John, Esq. Did not matriculate. See also Chance, Edmond 
Ross; probably the same, wrongly admitted as 'John.' 
CHANCE, KENNETH MACOMB. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
25, 1898. S. of Alexander Macomb, of Lawnside, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. B. there July 16, 1879. Schools, Bilton and 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. 
Merchant. Chairman and Managing Director of British 
Industrial Plastics, Ltd. Of the Manor House, Radford, 
Leamington, in 1938. Married and had issue. Brother of 
Alexander M. (1S90). [Trinity Coll. Members, 1934; Univ. 
Pari. Reg., 1938.) 
CHANCE, WALTER PEYTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 28, 
1874. 2nd s. of Robert Lucas, of Chad Hill, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham. B. Nov. 3, 1855, at Birmingham. School, 
Edgbaston Proprietary {Mr Robertson). Matric. Michs. 
1874; B.A. 1878. Died unmarried Jan. 30, 1880. Brother of 
Arthur L. (1875). (Burke, Family Records.) 
CHANCE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 11, 1872. S. 
and h. of James Timmins (1833), of Four Oaks Park, Sutton 
Coldfield, near Birmingham. B. July 2, 1853, at Hands- 
worth, near Birmingham. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 29, 1876. Called to the Bar, 1879. On the Midland 
Circuit. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., Jan. 6, 1902. Of 
Wharfenden, Frimlev, Surrey. J. P. A member of the Surrey 
County Council. High Sheriff of Surrey, 1911. Lived latterly 
at Legh Manor, Cuckfield, Sussex. An expert in Poor Law 
Administration. Secretary of the Central Committee of 
Poor Law Conferences, 1893-1910; Chairman, 1910. Helped 
to form the Poor Law Unions' Association of England and 
Wales, 1897. Treasurer of the International CongTess for 
the Welfare and Protection of Children, held in London, 
1902. A founder of the British Constitution Association. 
Generous benefactor to charitable institutions. A frequent 
correspondent to The Times, Author, The Housing, of the 
Working Classes; The Better Administration of the Poor Law, 
Industrial Unrest, etc. Died s.f., Apr. q, 1935, aged 81. 
Brother of George F. (1874), etc. {Vis. of England and Wales, 
III; Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Apr. 10, 1935) 
CHANCELLOR, BARTLETT WILLIAM. Adm. (age 22) at 
Caius, Oct. I, 1879. S. of William John, of Ramsgate. B. at 
Monkton Court, Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; 
M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 18S2; priest (Canter- 
bury) 1883; C. of Dartford, Kent, 1882-5. PC. of St John's, 
Bexley, 1885-8. Minister of Christ Church, Sidcup, 1888- 
1901; V. there, 1901-19. R. of Wickhambreux, Kent, 
1919-25. Died Jan. 23, 1925. Brother of Walter E. (1881). 
[Venn, 11. 441; The Times, Jan. 27, 1925.) 
CHANCELLOR, HARRY JOHN. Adm. (age 21) at Caius, Oct. I, 
1874. S. of Stephen. B. at Margate. School, Margate (Dr 
G. F. Head). Matric. Michs. 1874. Died in Cambridge of 
typhoid fever. [Venn, n. 414.) 
CHANCELLOR, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr. 13, 
1859. (S. of Richard. B. 1840, in London. School, City of 
London.] Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. (13I* Classic) 1863; 
M.A. 1866. Fellow, 1864. Took private pupils at Twicken- 
ham for many years. Of Cross Deep, Twickenham. Died 
Feb. 1924, aged 84. [Clare Coll. Mag.) 
CHANCELLOR, ROBERT BLAIR MACONOCHIE. Adm. at 
Caii-s, Oct. 1, 1877. S. of John George, landowner, of 
Biggar, N.B. B. June 23, 1858, in Edinburgh. School, 
Christ's College, Finchley. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882; 
M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1882; priest, 1883; C. of 
Wensley, Yorks., 1882. C. of St Martin's, Stamford, Lines., 
1884-8.' V. of Otley, Yorks., 1888-9. Died Jan. 3, 1890. 
[Venn, 11.427.) 
CHANCELLOR, WALTER EGERTON. Adm. ,.t Caius, Oct. 1, 
1881. S. of William J. Bartlett, of Mansion Grove, near 
Ramsgate, Kent. B. at Margate. School, Aberdeen House, 
Ramsgate (Rev. G. Simmons). Matric. Michs. 188 1. Resided 
four terms. Solicitor at Dartford, Kent (Ridley and Chan- 
cellor), in 1898. Registrar of Dartford County Court. Died 
Mar. 27, 1928, aged 66. Brother of Bartlett W. (1879). 
[Venn, 11. 451; Caian.) 
CHAND, BAKHSHI GOKAL. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 21, 1892. 
B. in Kashmir, India. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 1893. 
CHAND, DIWAN TEK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 2, 1891. 
S. of Diwan Chiman Lan. B. Oct. 1871, in Sitpur, India. 
Schools, Egerton College, Bahawalpur, and Government 
College, Lahore. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A 1895. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple. Called to the Bar, 1895. Entered the 
I.C.S., 1894. Assistant Commissioner, Punjab, 1895; Deputy 
Commissioner, 1904. [Peile, 11. 770.) 
CHAND, HUKAM. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1897; B.A. and 
I.L.B. 1900. One, Hukam Chand, Rai Bahadur, L.ila, b. 

Feb. 22, 1880, joined the Indian Serv 1 Engineers, 

1903; executive engineer, 1912; superintending engineer, 
19:5 and i.)i:. Retired, Feb. 1935. [India Office List. 19 19.) 



Channell, Arthur Willoughby Trevelyan 

CHANDLER, GEORGE. LL.D. T835, incorp. from Oxford. See 
Al. Oxon. for his record. 

CHANDLER, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 1, 1875. Of Canada. S. of E. Horace, Esq., of Brome, 
Quebec. B. Jan 15, 1854. School, McGill College, Canada. 
Did not matriculate. 

CHANDLER, HENRY CHRISTIAN DAVID. Adm. pens, at 
CaIUS, June 26, 1856. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Madeley, 
Salop. B. Jan. 19, 1837, at Yardley, Worcs. Schools, 
Yardley and Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1856; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1S74. Ord. deacon (St David's) i860; priest, 
1861; C. of Haverfordwest, Pembs., 1860-3. R. of Narberth, 
1863-73. V. of Waterbeach, Cambs., t873~86. R. of Steven- 
ton, Hants., :886-8. Died Dec. 17, 1888, at Funchal, Madeira. 
[Venn, 11. 331.) 

CHANDLER, POWELL RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Mar. 26, 1862. S. of Powell, skin merchant, of 
Glevo. B. there Mar. 20, 1833. School, Glevo Collegiate 
(Rev. H. Fowler). Matric. Michs. 1862. Died 1911. 

CHANDLER, RICHARD. M.A. 1768, incorp. from Oxford. See 
Al. Oxon. for his record. 

CHANDLER, WILLIAM KELLMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 6, 1875. 3rd s. of Andrew Bovce, Esq. [planter, of 
Barbados]. B. Feb. 19, 1857, at Coletoa, St John's, Barbados. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. and LL.B. 1880; LL.M. 1889; LL.D. 
1896. Adm. at the InnerTemple, Oct. 18, 1876. Called to the 
Bar, 1879. Master-in-Chancery, 1882-1939-. President of the 
Assistant Court of Appeal, Barbados, 1883-1925. Senior 
Judge of the Court of Appeal, Barbados, 1S83-1939-. Chief 
Justice and Colonial Secretary of Barbados. President of 
the General Board of Health, and of the Central Poor Law 
Board. A member of the Legislative Assembly for St 
Peter's, 1881-4; of the Legislative Council, 1884; President, 
191 2; subsequently a member of the Executive Council, 
Barbados, 1939. Represented Barbados at Washington, 
T891. C.M.G., 1902. Knighted, 1915. K.C.M.G., 1927. Of 
Welbeck Alleynedale Hall, Barbados, and of Maynard's, 
Portland, Barbados. Married and had issue. Died May 24, 
1940. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; Knightage, 
1939; Who's Who, 1939.) 

CHANDLESS [post LONG], CECIL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Dec. 7, 1S39. S. of Thomas. B. in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1840; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Brother of the next. 

CHANDLESS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 5, 1848. 
[S. of Thomas, Q.C., and Bencher of Gray's Inn. B. Nov. 7, 
1829. School, Shrewsbury.] Scholar; matric. Michs. 1848; 
B.A. [<,th Classic) 1852; M.A. 1855. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 8, 1852, age 23. Visited North America and sub- 
sequently travelled in South America. Gold medallist of the 
Royal Geographical Society. Author, A Visit to Salt Lake 
and a Residence in the Mormon Settlement of Utah. Died 
June 5, 1896. Brother of the above. (Lincoln's Inn Adm. 
Bk.; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Geographical Journal, VIII. 
77; R. F. Scott.) 

CHANLER, LEWIS STUYVESANT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Trinity, Oct. 13, 1894. S. of John Winthrop. B. Sept. 24, 
1869, at Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.A. [At Columbia 
University; LL.B. (Columbia) 1S91.] Matric. Michs. 1894. 
Joint President of the Union, 1895. Lawyer; in practice at 
New York, 1891-. Lieut. -Governor of New York, 1906-8. 
A member of the New York Canal Board. Of Tuxedo Park, 
New York. [Who's Who in America, 1920-1.) 

CHANNELL, ARTHUR MOSELEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 24, 1856. S. and h. of William Fry, of 2, Clarendon 
Place, Hyde Park Gardens, London (afterwards Baron 
Channel!, of the Court of Exchequer, for whom see D.N.B.). 
B. Nov. 13, 1838, in London. School, Harrow. Matric 
Michs. 1857; Scholar, 1S59; B.A. (261* Wrangler) 1861; 
M.A. 1864. A noted oarsman; won the Colquhoun sculls, 
i860, and the Magdalene Silver Oars, 1861. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 24, 1859. Called to the Bar, 1863. Q.C., 
1885. Bencher, 1891. Recorder of Rochester, 1888-97. A 
member of the Council of Legal Education, 1888-97. Vice- 
Chairman of the General Council of the Bar, 1896-7. Knighted, 

1897. A Judge of the High Court, 1897^914. P.C., 1914. 
A member of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council 
Prize Court Appeals, 1916-21. An experienced yachtsman. 
Of Falmouth, Cornwall. Died there Oct. 4, 192S, aged 89. 
Father of the next. [Cambridge Review, Oct. 1928; The 
limes, Oct. 5, 1928; D.N.B.) 

CHANNELL, ARTHUR WILLOUGHBY TREVELYAN. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1898. S. of Sir Arthur Moseley 
(1856), of I, Bramham Gardens, Kensington, London. B. 
July 14, 1S79, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 

1898. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 22, 1899. Called to 
the Bar, 1904. Clerk of Assize for the Western Circuit, 
1911-18. Died Oct. 23, 1918, aged 39, at Salisbury. (R. L. 
Lloyd.) 



Channer, Edgar Campbell 

CHANNER, EDGAR CAMPBELL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1S67. S. of Alfred Taylor, clerk. B. 1849, at St 
Pancras, London. Bapt. Feb. 6, 1S49. School, Tonbndge. 
Matric. Michs. 1S67; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1879- Ord. deacon, 
1S72; priest (Exeter) 1873; C. of Halwill, Devon, 1872-4. 
Held other curacies, 1874-78. C. of St Luke's, Hammersmith, 
London, 1878-86. V. of Desborough, Northants., 1887-94. 
V. of Ravensthorpe with Teeton and Coton, 1894-1911. 
Lie. pr., dio. Peterborough, 1927-3°; retired. Married and- 
had issue. Of 16, Adelaide Road, Leamington Spa, 1936- 
Died Dec. ro, 1937, aged SS, at Bedford. Buried at Leaming- 
ton. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1936; H. I. Longden.) 
CHANNON, FRANCIS GRANVILLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi July 1, 1894. Of London. B. 1875, at Trafalgar 
Road Camberwell. School, St Olave's, Southwark. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. (Sth Wrangler) 1S97; Math. 
Trip, Pt II, 1st Class, 1898; M.A. 1901. Fellow, 1900-6. 
Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1900; priest (Ely) 1901; Missioner 
at the College Mission, Camberwell, 1900-2. C. of St Benet's, 
Cambridge, T902-4. Assistant Master at Eton College, 
1904-32; retired. Of Bucknell Cottage, Bucknell, Shrop- 
shire, in 1939. (Crockford, 1939; Univ. Cal., 1938-9-) 
CHANTER, FRANCIS FORBES WOLFESTAN. Adm. pens, at 

Downing, Sept. 3, 1889. Matric. Michs. 1889. 
CHANTER, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1872. S. of John Roberts, Esq. B. at Barn- 
staple Devon. School, Crediton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1872; 'B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon, 18S0; priest 
(Sarum) 1881 ; C. of Bridport, Dorset, 1880-4. C. of Tisbury, 
r884-6. R. of Parracombe, Devon, 1886-1916. F.S.A., 1913. 
Public Preacher, dio. Exeter, 1916-39. Preb. of Exeter, 
I92r. Hon. Archivist, Exeter, 1917. Treasurer, 1929. Died 
married, July 16, 1939, at Exmouth. Author, Life and Times 
of Martin Blake, B.D., 1597-1673; The Bishop's Palace, 
Exeter ■ Custos and College of the Vicars Choral of the Choir of 
the Cathedral of St Peter, Exeter. (Crockford, 1939; The Times, 
July 19, 1939.) 
CHANTLER, FRANK. Matric. pens. Non-Coil. Oct. 21, 1891; 
B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1901; priest (Liverpool) 
1902; C. of Farnworth, Lanes., 1901-3- C. of St Luke's, 
Liverpool, 1903-6. Chaplain of Brownlow Institute and 
Highfield Sanatorium, Knotty Ash, 1906-22. R. of Hab- 
berley, Salop, 1925-7. Died May 18, 1927. (Crockford.) 
CHANTREY, (Sir) FRANCIS. Hon. M.A. r835. Matric. from 
Trinity Easter, 1835. Sculptor and portrait-painter, R.A. 
D.C.L. (Oxford) 1825. F.R.S., 1818. Knighted, July 1, 
1835. Died Nov. 25, 1841. Founder of the Chantrey Bequest 
(Royal Academy). (D.N.B.) 
CHAPLIN, ALAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 1895. 
S. of Clifford [Waterman, Esq.], of Burrough-on-the-HilI, 
Leics. [wronglv styled 'Rev.' in Trin. Coll. Adm. Bk.]. 
B Mar. 30, 1876, at Market Harborough, Leics. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1902. Ord. 
deacon, 1901; priest (Manchester) 1902; C. of Pendlebury, 
Lanes., 1901-3. C. of St Albans Abbey, 1903-8. R. of 
Chesterton with Haddon, Hunts., 1908-19. Chaplain to 
the Forces. R. of Northwold, Norfolk, 1919-24. R. of 
Cotgrave, Notts., 1924-39-. Rural Dean of Bingham, 
I9 33_g_ Brother of Frank (1885). (Crockford, 1939) 
CHAPLIN, AYRTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 15, 
1862. Of Warws. 2nd s. of John Clarke. B. 1842. Schools, 
Tonbridge and King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1862; 
Scholar, 1863; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon, r866; 
priest (Winchester) 1868; C. of Carshalton, Surrey, 1866-8. 
V. of East and West Looe, Cornwall, 1869-72. P.C. of Stow- 
Upland, Suffolk, 1872-4. Head Master of Stepney Grammar 
School, Middlesex, 1874-7; of Uckfield Grammar School, 
Sussex, 1878-82. Of Pyne Cottage, Little Baddow, Essex, 
in 1925. Died there Nov. 21, 1930, aged 88. Buried at 
Woodham Walter. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; The Times, Nov. 22, 
1930.) 
CHAPLIN, CHARLES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1776. S. of John, Esq., of Blankney, Lines, [and Lady 
Elizabeth Cecil, dau. of Brownlow, Earl of Exeter]. B. May 

30, 1759. Matric. Michs. 1776; M.A. 1779- Of Blankney and 
Tathwell, Lines. High Sheriff of Lines., 1785. M.P. for 
Lines., 1802, 1806, 1807, 1812-16. Married Elizabeth, dau. 
of Robert Taylor, M.D., of Newark-on-Trent, 1781. Died 
Aug. 28, 1816, aged 58, at Blankney (in Burke, P. and B-. 
the date of death and will is wrongly given). Father of 
Henry (1808). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; G. .Wag.) 

CHAPLIN, CHARLES SUTTON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 25, 
1819. [2nd s. of William, clerk, and Isabella Frances, dau. 
of Sir Richard Sutton, Bart., of Norwood Park, Notts.] 
B. 1800, at South Elkington, Lines. Matric. Lent, 1820; 
B A 1823- M.A. 1826. Died unmarried May 4, 1832, aged 

31, at TathweU Hall. Brother of George A. (1829). (Burke, 
L.G., 1862; G. Mag., 1832, I. 374-) 



Chaplin, Robert Henry 

CHAPLIN. EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, 
1787. Of Lines. [7th s. of Charles, of Tathwell, Lines. B. 
1767.] Migrated to Magdalen (sic) College, Oxfoi I. Matric. 
(MertonCoUege, Oxford) Feb. 11, 1788, age 21; B.A. (Oxford) 
1796; M.A. (Oxford) 1797. V. of Norwell, Notts., 179/-1800. 
V. of Dagenham, Essex, 1798-1800. R. of Blankney, Lines., 
1800-53. Died 'here Sept. 5, 1853, aged 86. Brother of 
Robert (1776) and Thomas (1774). (Al. Oxon.; G. Mag.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

CHAPLIN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 8, 
1789. S. of Amos, of Kentish Town, Middlesex. B. July : , 
1771. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1790; Scholar, 
1792; B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. Adm. at Gray's Inn, June 23, 
1791. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 1, 1795; priest. May -'-•. 
1796; C. of Watlington, Norfolk, 1795-1812. Chaplam of 
St Martin's-in-the-Fields Burial Ground, Camden Town, 
1812. Reader and Chaplain of Gray's Inn, 1824. Married 
Margaret Clarke, dau. of Dr Thomas Theodorick, Sept. 10, 
1795. Died Nov. 14, 1858. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

CHAPLIN, ERNEST CHARLES GEORGE MORGAN. Adm. at 
Clare, Oct. 5, 1889. [Perhaps s. of Edward, of London and 
Hamburg.] Matnc. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1899. One, 
Ernest Morgan Chaplin, died Dec. 27, 1932, at 31, Queen 
Anne Street, W. Probably brother of Lawrence R. M. 
(1892). (The Times, Dec. 29, 1932.) 

CHAPLIN, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 30), at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 12, 1789. Of Mansfield, Notts. [Doubtless 4th s. of 
Charles, of Tathwell, Lines. Bapt. there Aug. 26, 1759- 
School, Louth.] Of Riseholme, Lines. J. P. for the Parts of 
Lindsey. Married Elizabeth, dau. of John Chaplin, of 
Blankney, Lines., 1781. Died suddenly s.p. May 29, 1838, 
aged 78, at Lincoln. Doubtless brother of Robert (1776), 
etc. (R. W. Goulding, Louth Gr. School; G. Mag., 1838, 11. 
108; Burke, P. and B.) 

CHAPLIN, FRANK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1885. 
S. of Clifford Waterman, Esq. [M.A. Oxford, of Burrough 
Hill, Leics., J. P.]. B. at Sheepy Magna, Leics. School, 
Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Land 
agent. Brother of Alan (1895). 

CHAPLIN, GEORGE AYSCOGHE (AYSCOUGH). Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, July 8, 1829. Did not reside. S. of William, clerk, 
of South Elkington, Lines. [Schools, Rugby and Louth.] 
Migrated to Oxford ; matric. (Magdalen College) July 27, 1829, 
age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1S33; M.A. 1837. Fellow of Magdalen 
College, Oxford, 1835-6. R. of Raithby and V. of Hallmgton, 
Lines., 1836-59. V. of Haugham, 1837-59. Died June 4, 
1859. Brother of Charles S. (1819). (Peile, 11. 435; Al. Oxon.; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPLIN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 24, 1808. 
2nd s. of Charles (1776), Esq., of Blankney, Lines. B. June 8, 
1789. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812; 
M.A. 1815. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 20, 1812; priest, Dec. 
19, 1813; C. of Northwall Orchard, and of Carlton, Yorks., 
1813. R. of Gatton, Surrey, 1826. V. of Ryball-cum-Essen- 
dine, Rutland, 1838-49. Married Caroline Horatia, dau. of 
William Ellice, Esq., M.P., Aug. 19, 1834. Died Mar. 22, 
1849, at Ryhall. (Burke, E.G., 1862; Clergy List, 1846.) 

CHAPLIN, LAURENCE RICHARD [MORGAN]. Adm. at Clare, 
June 18, 1892. [Perhaps s. of Edward, gent., of London.] 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1899. Probably 
brother of Ernest C. G. M. (1889). 

CHAPLIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 3, 1776. 
[3rd s. of Charles, of Tathwell, Lines. Bapt. there Oct. 15, 
1758. School, Louth.] Matric. Michs. 1778; LL.B. 1783. V. 
of Tathwell, Lines., 1783-1837. R. of Raithby with Hailing 
ton, 1783-92. Minister of Haugham, 1784-91. R. of Aver- 
ham with Kelham, Notts., 1792-1837. Preb. of Southwell, 
1823. Married Anne Georgina, dau. of Sir Richard Sutton, 
Bart. Died May 30, 1837, aged 78, at Averham. Brother of 
Thomas (1774), etc. and father of the next. (R. W. Goulding, 
Louth Gr. Sch.; G. Mag., 1837, II. 210.) 

CHAPLIN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 31, 1815; 
re-adm. Feb. 16, 1818, age 22, then, and not in 1815, is 
stated in Trinity Coll. Adm. S. of Robert (above), clerk 
B at Averham, Notts. Bapt. there 1796. School. V\',t 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1S22. Died 1824. Buried 
at Averham. (J. B. Whitmore.) 

CHAPLIN, ROBERT HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 22, 1894; 
from Ayerst H. S. of William. B. July 3, 1865, al 
Wilts. Adm. at St Catharine's, Oct. r, 1896; B.A. [899; 
M.A. 1911. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest (Norwich) [8 
Tannington, Suffolk, 1888-90. Held other curacies, 1891- 
1910. V. of Hindolvestone, Norfolk, 1910-23; R. of 
cliffe, Kent, 1923-36. Chaplain of Blear) Union, 11)26-36. 
Of Herondene, Canterbury Road, Eddington, Herni 
, [Crockford, 10 .0 



Chaplin, Thomas 

CHAPLIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 18, 1774- 
Of Lines. [2nd s. of Charles, Esq., of Tathwell, Lines.) 
M.itrie. Lent, 1774. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 23, 1776, 
as '1st son and heir-app. of Charles, of Rysholme [sic), 
Lines., Esq.' Of Riseholrae, Lines. Married Elizabeth, dau. 
of Sir Godfrey Webster, Bart. Died s.p. Brother of Robert 
(1776), etc. (Burke, P. and B.) 

CHAPLIN, THOMAS HANCOCK ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 5, r883. S. of Abraham Thomas, farmer and 
merchant. B. Aug. 30, 1864, at Fulbourn, Cambs. School, 
Llandaff House, Cambridge (N. H. F. Johnson, M.A.). 
Matric. Michs. r883; B.A. 18S6; M.B. and B.C. 1889; M.D. 
r8o3. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. F.R.C.P., 
roo2. Lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians on the 
History of Medicine, 1917 and 1918. Harveian Librarian 
and Harveian Orator, Royal College of Physicians, 1922. 
President (History Section) of the Royal Society of Medicine, 
1923-4. Sometime Physician to the Marine and General 
Assurance Society and the Standard Life Assurance Society. 
Consulting Physician to the City of London Hospital for 
Diseases of the Chest. Medical Inspector, P. and O., and 
other shipping Companies. Chairman of the Board of Trade 
Committee for the revision of the scales of drugs on board 
ship. Of 3, York Gate, London, N.W., 1939; retired. Author, 
Science ami Art of Prescribing; Medicine in England during 
the reign of George 111; A St Helena** Who's Who, r9i4 and 
1920, etc. (Who's Who, rQ39; Medical Directory, T939.) 

CHAPLIN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 24, 1825. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1S25; B.A. 1829. Ord. priest 
(Norwich) Sept. 27, 1829. P.C. of South Hylton Ferry. 
Durham, 1833-. Married Elizabeth Gassiot. dau. of John 
Nunn, Esq., of Colchester. 

CHAPLIN, (The Rev.) WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Mar. 
17, 185?. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.D. 'Slat. Eh;.) 1S65. Ord. 
deacon, 1850; priest (Chester) rS5r; C. of Kendal, 1850-8. 
V. of St Margaret's, Staveley, Westmorland, 1858-96. 
Remained without cure and disappears from Crockford, 
1906. Father of the next. 

CHAPLIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June r6, 1883. 
S. of William (above), V. of Staveley, Westmorland. B. 
there Jan. 4, 1864. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. r890. Ord. deacon, 1S88; priest 
(Rochester) r889; C. of the Church of the Ascension, Laven- 
der Hill, 1888-^0. C. of .All Saints', Margaret Street, 1 
Chaplain and Bursar "f Hlv Theo]o,-n A i "lleee, is.^-i.. 
Succeeded his father as V. of Staveley, Westmorland, 1896-8 
and 1902-20. C. of St Matthew's, Westminster, ^98-1902. 
R. of Harrington, Northants., 1920-9. V. of Hugil (or tngs 
Westmorland, 1929-32. Died July 5, 1932, at Ings vicarage. 
(Crockford; The Times, July 7, nit-*l 

CHAPLIN, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
Sept. T2, 1862. Did not reside. [S. of Robert, merchant's 
clerk. B. Jan. 24, 1845, at Horsleydown, Surrey.] School, 
City of London (Dr Mortimer). Migrated to St John's. 
June r, T863; matric. Michs. TS63; Scholar; B.A. (20M 
Wrangler) 1867. M.A. (London). Wine merchant. Died 
( »- t 11, 1918, at 4, Chelsea Court, London, S.W. (Scott, 
MSS.) 

CHAPLYN, GEORGE ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity. 
June 6, 1846. S. of Robert. B. in London. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 
1853. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Ripon) 1853; C. of Worples- 
don, Surrey, 1855-8. Chaplain to the British Consulate at 
St Thomas's, West Indies, 1S59-84. Not in Crockford, 1885. 

CHAPMAN, ABEL. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Queens', Feb. 2, 1826. 
1 if Middlesex. [Probably s. of Abel, of Woodford, Essex, and 
Rebecca, dau. of Daniel'Bell, Esq. B. June 6, 1789.] M.ttri 
Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1S36. Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 
8, 1829; priest (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 16, 1830; 
C. of Oakington, Cambs., 1830. C. of Broad Chalk, Wilts., 
1842-56. P.C "f Rathmell, Yorks., c. 1860-6. Married 
Anne, dau. of f. Hubbersty, Esq., Sept. 20, 1818. Died s.p. 
' li t. 24, 1866, aged 78, at Chester. (G. Mag., 1850, 1 61 
1866, 11. 240; Burke, L.G.; Foster, Yorks. Pedigrees, in.) 

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 18S7. S. of Thomas, clerk, of Wemeth, Oldham, 
Lanes. [V. of Chadderton, Werneth, 1870]. B. Jan. 1, 181 9, 
at Barrowford, Lanes. School, Middleton Grammar (Mr J. ' >. 
Jelly). Matric. Ml lis 1887; B.A. 1S90; M.A. 1898. Ord. 
deacon, 1892; priest (Southwell) 1S93; C. of Derby, 1892-5. 
Held other curacies, 1895-1903. V. of St Nathan el- 
Bristol, 1903-11. V. of Luton, Beds., 1911-21. Rural Dean, 
1918-21. R. of Tiverton, Devon, 1921-39-. (Crockford. 
I939-) 

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Christ's. Inn. 
7, 1875. S. of Wi.Iiam. B. July 29, 1856, at York. S. tool, 
St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar, 1877; B.A. 



Chapman, Charles 

and LL.B. 1S79; M.A. and LL.M. 1883; LL.D. 1895. Adm- 
at the Middle Temple, Nov. 17, 1876, as s. of William, 
bookseller, of 103, Micklegate, Yorks. Called to the Bar. 
1879. In practice as a Barrister and Law Tutor at York. 
Lecturer in Law at the University of Leeds, 1905. Of 7, 
""New Walk Terrace, York, in 1938. (Peile, 11. 642; Law Lis!, 
1938.) 

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR GREIG. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
15, 1879. S. of Richard Brown, farmer and builder. B. at 
Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex. Bapt. there Sept. 28, 1859. 
Matric. Michs. T879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon, 
r886; priest (Truro) 1887; C. of St Austell, Cornwall, 1886- 
90. C. of Addington, 1890-2. C. of Gt Malvern, 1892-4. V. 
of Tintagel, 1894-1916. Rural Dean, Trigg Minor, 1905-S 
and 1911-16. V. of St Uny Lelant, 1916-2S. Lived latterly 
at Carbis Bay, Cornwall. Died there Mar. 15, 1931, aged 71. 
(Crockford; The limes. Mar. 18, 1931.) 

CHAPMAN, ARTHUR THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 8, 1858. [B. Mar. 10, 1840, in London.] Matric. Michs. 
1858; Scholar, 1859; B.A. (n/« Wrangler) 1862; M.A. 1865; 
Tyiwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1865. Fellow, 1862-1913- 
Proctor, 1876. College Lecturer in Hebrew and Mathematics. 
Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Ely) 1S64; unbeneficed. Died 
Dec. 12, 1913, at Cambridge. (R. F. Scott.) 

CHAPMAN, BENEDICT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 10, 
17S7. S. of Charles, of Norwich. B. there. School, Norwich 
(Dr Parr). Scholar, 1787-92; matric. Michs. 17S8; B.A. 
(6th Wrangler) 1792; M.A. 1795: D.D. (Lit. Reg.) 1840. 
Schuldham prize, 1792. Fellow, 1792-1S20. Dean, 1797. 
Steward, 1799. Bursar, 1805-7. Master, 1839-52. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) June 15, 2794; priest. May 22, 1796. R. of 
Ashdon, Essex, 1S1S-52. Donor of £1000 to the College 
Building Fund; left an endowment for the Norrisian Pro- 
fessorship. Died Oct. 23, rS52. Buried in the College 
chapel ; M.I., and at Ashdon. Probably brother of Charles J. 
(1784). (Venn, II. 115.) 

CHAPMAN, BENEDICT LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, May 28, 1828. 2nd s. of Charles [probably Charles 
John (1784)], clerk, deceased. B. at Norwich. School, 
Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. (15I* Wrangler) 1832; 
M.A. 1835. Fellow. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 15, 
1S33. Called to the Bar, 1837. At the Chancery Bar. Equity 
Draftsman and Conveyancer. Died Sept. 12, 1S70, at 
Melksham House. Wilts. Probably brother of Charles 
(1S25), etc. 

CHAPMAN, BENJAMIN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Christ's, July 15, 
1824. S. and h. of Robert, of John Street, Bedford Row. 

B. July 10, 1798. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829; M.A. 
i8}2. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 14, 1825. Ord. deacon 
(Ely) May, 1828; priest, Nov. 1828; R. of Westley Waterless, 
Cambs., 2829-36. V. of Leatherhead, Surrey, 1837-71. 
Married Laura Maria, dau. of Jonathan Wilson, of Tooting 
Common, Sept. 25, 1832. Died 1871. {Peile, 11. 41 5 ; Burke, 
L.G., 1862; Fox-Davies.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 
iS;s. Of Norwich. [Probably s. of Charles John (1784), 
clerk.] Matric. Michs. 1826; Scholar, 1827; B.A. (24'* 
Wrangler) 1S30; M.A. 1833. President of the Union, 1829. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) luue e, 1831; priest, Oct. 7, 1832; 

C. of St I'eter Mancroft, Norwich, 1832-45. R. of Acrise, 
Kent, 1846-71. Of Stolzenfels, Torquay, Died Sept. 10, 
T892, aged 84, at Wildbad, Germany. Probably brother of 
Benedict L. (1828) and Edward (l83r). (The Guardian, 
Sept. 2r, 1892; R. F. Scott.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton 
Aug. 17, 1826. S. of Sir John, surgeon. B. Aug. 16, 2807, 
at New Windsor, Berks. [At Eton as a King's scholar for 
12 years; in the Eton Cricket -XL] Matric. Michs. 1826. 
B.A. 1831; M.A. 1S14. Fellow, 1829-49. Ord. deacon 
(Bristol) Mar. 2, 1833; priest (Carlisle) r835; P.C. of Lindsey 
and Kersey, Suffolk, 1S35-48. V. of Pres. ot, Lanes., 1848-9. 
Died by his own hand Mar. 30, 1849, at St Albans, being 
depressed by the responsibility of his new appointment. 
Brother of John (1S23). (King's Coll. Adm. Keg. ; G. Mag., I. 
549; R. A. Austen-Leigh.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 7, 
1853. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar, 1854; B.A. 
1858; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon, 185S; priest (Winchester) 
Chaplain in the Navy and Naval Instructor, 1860-70. 
V. of Church Coniston, Lanes., 1870-1905. Surrogate, dio. 
Carlisle, 1 889-1905. Died Nov. 2, 1905, at Coniston. (Crock- 
ford; Church limes, Nov. 10, 1905.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 8, 1858. 
S. of Charles, of Chittagong, Bengal, India. B. Nov. 25, 
1839, at I'atna. Matric. Michs. 1S58. 



Chapman, Charles 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 25, 
1876. S. of Charles, oil -merchant. B. Nov. 25, 1855, at 
Sydney, Australia. Bapt. June 3, 1856. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A, and LL.B. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. 
deacon, 1880; priest (Carlisle) 1882; Missionary (U.M.C.A.), 
18S0-1. C. of Millora, Cumberland, 1882-3. Held other 
curacies for short periods, 1883-5. C. of Lynsted, Suffolk, 
1889. C. of Maindee, Monmouth., 1891. Chaplain to St 
Mildred's Home, Bexhill -on-Sea, 1894-9. Died May n, 
1901, at Bath. (R. F. Scott.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Jan. 28, 18S0; from Oxford. Matric. (Worcester College) 
Oct. 16, 1879, age 19 ; Exhibitioner, 1879. S. and h. of Edward 
Martin, R. of Low Toynton, Homcastle, Lines. B. Aug. 26, 
i860, at Swinsted. Schools, [Trent College] and St Paul's, 
Stony Stratford. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. Football 
(rugby) 'blue,' 1S81, 18S4. Assistant Master at Carlisle 
Grammar School, 1884-5; at the Church of England Grammar 
School, Melbourne, Australia, 1885-90. Ord. deacon (St 
David's) 1894; priest (Lincoln) 1896; C. of Llandigate 
(? Llandingat, Carni.), 1894-5. C. of Homcastle, Lines., 
1895. R. of Scrivelsby with Dalderby, 1898-1902. Died, by 
his own hand, Mar. 1902. Brother of Frank E. (1883). (Al. 
Oxon.; Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 26, 1784. Of Norwich. [School, Norwich (Dr Samuel 
Parr).] Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar; B.A. (14//; Wrangler) 
1789; M.A. 1792; B.D. 1800. Fellow, 1790-1806. Ord. 
priest (Norwich) Sept. 25, 1791. Minister of St Peter Man- 
croft, Norwich, 1792-1S04 and 1805-26. Married Jane 
Emily, dau. of Lawrence Gibbs, R. of Brockdish, Norfolk, 
Feb. ii, 1S06. Died Feb. 12, 1826, aged 58, at Norwich. 
Probably brother of Benedict (1787); father of Edward 
(1831) and probably of Charles (1825), etc. {Lamb; G. Mag.) 

CHAPMAN, COWDELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Dec. 
16, 1828. Of Beds. [2nd s. of William, Esq., of Brook House, 
Potion.] Matric. Lent, 1829; Scholar, 1831; B.A. 1833; 
M.A. 1836. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 12, 1832. Migrated to 
the Middle Temple, Jan.' 25, 1838. Special Pleader. (T. C 
Dale.) 

CHAPMAN, DAVID MACKLIN BRABY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 2, 1S75. B. Sept. 12, 1855, at St Paul's 
parsonage, Ruperts Land, Red River, N.W. America. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon, 1880; 
priest (Sarum) 1881; C of Poole, Dorset, 1880-2. R. of 
Wambrook, 1882-8. V. of St Mark's, Preston, Lanes., 
1888-1901. V. of Tonbridge, 1901-31. Living at Hailsham, 
where his son Macklin Charles was rector (1930-9-) in 1934. 
Not in Crockford, 1935. 

CHAPMAN, EDMUND PELLY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 25, 1886. S. of Robert Barclay, Esq., C.S.L, of 6, 
Knaresborough Place, London. B. Aug. 16, 1867, at Cal- 
cutta. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 
1888; B.A. (Indian Languages Trip., 1st Class) 1889; M.A. 
1893. Entered the I.C.S., 1S89. Assistant Secretary to the 
Government of India (Foreign Department) 1896. Joint 
Magistrate and Collector, 1896. Registrar of the High Court 
of Calcutta, 1899. District and Sessions Judge, 1901. Super- 
intendent and Remembrancer of Legal Affairs, 19 10. 
Secretary to the Government (Judicial Department), Bengal, 
19 10. Judge of the High Court, Calcutta, 1912-15; at Patoa, 
1916-18; retired. Died Jan. 31, 1923, at Vernon, British 
Columbia. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; The Times, Feb. 9, 1923.) 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, July 9, 
1831. S. of Charles John (1784), clerk, of Norwich. B. there. 
School, Bury. Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1833-5; B.A. 
1836. Brother of Charles (1825), etc. {Venn, 11. 216.) 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 18, 1863. [2nd s. of Joseph Barker, of Highbury 
Terrace, London. B. Apr. 17, 1844. School, Uppingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M-A. 1872. Of Cobrey 
Park, Ross, Heref. Married and had issue. Died May 4, 
1923, aged 79. Brother of Joseph J. (1857). (Uppingham 
Sch. Reg.; Foster, Y or ks. Pedigrees; Tlie Times, May 7, 1923.) 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD SHIRLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 2, 1878. S. of Edward, merchant, of Tavistock Road, 
Croydon. B. Sept. 9, 1859, at Sydney, Australia. School, 
Dulwich College (Dr Carver). Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 
1882; M.A. 1885. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1879, 1880. 
Partner in the firm of Edward Chapman and Co., Sydney, 
N.S.W. A Director of Port Jackson and Manby Ferry and 
other companies. Of Longueville, Sydney. J. P. Died s.p. 
Dec. 31, 1925, at Longueville, (Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD WHITAKER. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Aug. 7, i860. S. of Robert, of Walthamstow, Essex. B. 
Dec. 14, 1839, at Dublin. School, Blackheath Proprietary 



Chapman, Henry 

(MrSelwyn). Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. C. of St Paul's 
Church, Dundee. Inc. of St Mary's Church, Dunkeld, 1871-7. 
First Secretary to the Representative Church Council of the 
Scottish Episcopal Church. Married and had issue. Died 
Feb. 24, 1884, aged 44, at Old Charlton, Kent. (R. F. Scott; 
J. A. Chapman.) 

CHAPMAN, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 30, i860. S. and h. of William Greenwood, of Paul's 
Cray Hill. B. May 25, 1841, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 
1865; priest (York) 1866; C. of Doncaster, 1865-9. C. of 
St Pancras, 1870-2. C. of Stevenage, 1872-3. V. of Laner- 
cost, Cumberland, 1873-9. Rural Dean of Brampton, 1875-9. 
V. of Penrith, 1879-8S. Rural Dean of Penrith West, 1882-8. 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle, 1887-1919. C. of St Luke's, Chelsea, 
1888-1903. C. of Kensal Rise, London, 1904-19. Latterly 
of Paul's Cray Hill, St Paul's Cray, Kent. Married and had 
issue. Died Feb. 1, 1919, aged 77, at Down House, Carshalton, 
Surrey. (Burke, Family Records; The Times, Feb. 4, 1919.) 

CHAPMAN, ERNEST JOHN [COLLIS]. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Sept. 30, 1896. S. of John, of Gt Ealing. B. Sept. 
14, 187S. School, Ealing, London, W. Matric. Michs. 1896. 
Lieut., Cambridge University Rifle Volunteers, 1898-9; 
transferred to the 8th Middlesex Regt. During the Great 
War on the Railway Transportai ion Staff in France, 19 15-18; 
twice mentioned in despatches; M.C., 1916; Capt. Controller, 
Board of Demobilisation, Ministry of Labour, 1918. Secretary 
to the British Empire Cancer Campaign, 1923-42-; to the 
International Conference on Cancer, 1928. Of Bosham, 
Sussex, and of 3, Devonshire Mansions, Brighton, 1939. 
(Who's Who, 1939.) 

CHAPMAN, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 7, 
1857. S. of John (1824), of Thornton Rust, Yorks .[occurs in 
Clergy List, 1S53, without cure], B. Apr 20, 183S, at Askrigg, 
Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1857. A famous 
shot, both with rifle and gun; won the St George's challenge 
vase at Wimbledon in 1866, and the Enfield Cup in 1870. 
Residing at Osaka, Harrington Place, Eastbourne, in 1909. 
(T. A. Walker, 513; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, FRANK EMERSON. Adm. at Sidney, Oct. 10, 
1883. S. of Edward Martin, V. of Low Toynton, Homcastle, 
Lines. School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; 
M.A. 1896. Cricketer; played for Lines, and Berks. Head 
Master of Fritham House School, Lyndhurst, Hants., for 
14 years. Assistant Master at Oakham School, 1910-19-. 
Brother of Charles E. (1880}. Died Nov. 27, 1941- (Oakham 
Sch. Reg.; School-masters' Directory, 1919.) 

CHAPMAN, FRANK LEADER. Matric. Non-Coil, from Caven- 
dish H. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon 
(Nottingham) 1884; priest (Southwell) 1885; C. of Carring- 
ton, Notts., 1884-6. Held other curacies for short periods, 
1886-1906. C. of St Peter's, Bethnal Green, London, 1906- 
14. V. of Tysoe with Compton-Wynyates, Warws., 1914-23. 
Died Apr. 21, 1923, aged 62. (Crockford.) 

CHAPMAN, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 2, 
1882. S. of Thomas, corn merchant. B. Feb. 28, 1862, at 
St Neots, Hunts. School, Shrewsbury (Mr H. W. Moss). 
Matric. Michs. 18S2. Journalist. Ord. deacon, 1913; priest, 
1914; C. of Chffe-at-Hooe, Kent, 1913-14. Head Master 
of King's (Junior) School, Rochester, 19 15-16. V. oi 
Babraham, Cambs., 1916-19. Chaplain to St Winifred's 
School, Kenley, 1919-20. Master at Brighton College, 1920- 
1. C. of Micheldever with Stratton, Hants., 1922-4. Chaplain 
at Arley Hall, 1925-6. R. of Ripple, Kent, 1931-4. Died 
Jan. 2, 1934. (Shreii'sbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 30, 1865. 
Did not reside. S. of Matthew, M.D., of 25, Albemarle Street, 
London. B. Nov. 14, 1846, at Liverpool. School, Exeter. 
Migrated to Christ's, Oct. 9, 1866; matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1870; M.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1869; priest, 1870; 
C. of St James-the-Less, Liverpool, 1869-77. C. of the Church 
of the Annunciation, Brighton, 1877-80; V. there, 1880-91. 
Died Oct. 2, 1891. (Peile, 11. 598.) 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE. Matric. Non-Coll. Oct. 21, 1S96; B.A. 
1899; M.A. 1903. 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE GIBSON. Adm. scholar at Peteriioisl , 
Dec. 9, 1899. S. of Henry, Esq., of Seacroft, Weston, South 
Shields. B. May 3, 1882, at South Shields. School, South 
Shields High. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; Diploma in 
Agriculture. (T. A. Walker, 646.) 

CHAPMAN, GEORGE WILSON . Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 5, 1822. Matric. Michs. 1822. 

CHAPMAN, HENRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, Mar. 17, 
1844. S. of George, Esq., of Cottcrstone (? Cotherstone), 
Yorks. B. at Romaldkirk. Bapt. Feb. 22, 1S19. Perhaps 
brother of William (1849). 



Chapman, Henry Brewer 

CHAPMAN, HENRY BREWER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
24, i860. S. and h. of Henry Samuel, of St Hilda, Melbourne, 
Australia. B. Apr. 10, 1841, in London. School, West- 
minster (Exhibitioner). Ma trie. Lent, 1861; LL.B. 1864. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 14, 1862. Called to the Bar, 

1865. Drowned in the wreck of the S.S. London, Jan. 11, 

1866. (T. C. Dale.) 

CHAPMAN, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 
1875. Of London. [S. of John (1832), clerk.] B. 1856, in 
London. Schools, Beccles Grammar and Hammersmith. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar, 1876; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1887. 
Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Worcester) 18S0; C. of Kenilworth, 
1879-81. Held other curacies, 1881-5. R. of Norton-in- 
Hales, Salop, 1885-97. V. of Wealdstone, 1S97-1927; retired. 
Of Z2, Ravine Road, Boscombe. (R. F. Scott; Crockford, 
I939-) 

CHAPMAN, HERBERT EDWARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1899. 

CHAPMAN, HERBERT PALMER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1890. S. of T. P., Esq. B. in London. School, 
Wellington [not in Wellington Coll. Reg.]. Matric. Michs. 1890. 

CHAPMAN, HERBERT STANLEY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1896. S. of Stanley, Esq. of Derwent Lodge, Whetstone, 
London, N. B. 1878. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 
1896; Scholar, 1896; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1899; LL.B. 1900. 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1902; practised in London. Of Bedford 
Row and Bystock, Romford. Died May 29. 1917, in London. 
{Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, HORACE EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Oct. 1, 1S59. 7th s. of David Barclay. B. Jan. 25, 
1842. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. i860. Migrated to 
Downing, May, 1867; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1S74. Ord. deacon, 
1871; priest (Winchester) i872;C.of St Mary's, Southampton, 
1871-5. R. of Donhead St Andrew, Wilts. ,1875-91. Became 
a Roman Catholic. Of Donhead House, Wilts. Married and 
had issue. Author, Cor loquitur cordi (1896). Died Mar. 6, 
1907. Brother of Kyrle A. (1855). {Eton Sch, Lists; Burke, 
L.G.; G.E.C., Notes.) 

CHAPMAN, HUBERT GREENHILL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 1, 1898. S. of William Greenhill. B. Aug. 30, 1880, at 
Willesden, Middlesex. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1898. Joined the Manchester Regt., 1900 (Capt., 1906). 
Killed in action, May 15, 1910, at Agbadi, Southern Nigeria. 
{Charterhouse Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 6, 
1779- S. of Edward, gent., of Canterbury. B. at Putney. 
Schools, Faversham (Mr Girraude) and Ashford (Mr Stod- 
dard). Matric. Michs. 1779; Scholar, 1779-81; B.A. 1784. 
Inherited the estate of Meriam's Court, Fnnsted, Kent, from 
his father. (Venn, u. 102.) 

CHAPMAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1819. 
[S. of James. B. Nov. 25, 1799, at Wandsworth, Surrey. 
Si hool, Eton.] Did not reside. Migrated to King's, July S, 
1819; matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826; D.D. 
{I. it. Reg.) 1845. Fellow of King's, 1822-35. Assistant 
Master at Eton, 1822-34; Fellow of Eton, 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1824; priest (Chichester) 1S25. R. of Dunton- 
Waylett, Essex, 1834-45. First Bishop of Colombo, 1845-61. 
R. of Wootton Courtney, Somerset, 1863-79. Preb. of Wells, 
1868. Author, miscellaneous. Died Oct. 20, 1879, aged 79, 
at Wootton Courtney. [King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Boase; 
Etoniana.) 

CHAPMAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 19, 1844. 

CHAPMAN, JAMES SPARROW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peter- 
house, June 26, 1794. Of Somerset. [S. of George, gent., of 
Bath. School, Bath.] Matric. Michs. 1794. Migrated to 
Oxford; matric. (Balliol College) Apr. 27, 1797, age 20. 
(T. A. Walker, 365; Al. Oxon.) 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Mar. 20, 1S23. S. ot Sir John, surgeon, of Windsor, Berks. 
B. Jan. 5, 1804, at New Windsor. Matric. Faster, 1823; 
B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Fellow, 1826-42. Ord. deacon, 1827; 
priest (Ely) 1828; C. of Haslemere, Surrey, 1827-41. C. of 
Ampthill, Beds., 1841-6. R. of Milton, Cambs., 1841-93; 
■ 11 .. ' 'I if) 1 -irish work till overgo. Married Margaret Pigottj 
dau. of the Rev. George Hagar, of Lowrnay (? Loumay), who 
was the last of the Hagar family to whom Bourn, Cambs., for 
in.mv years belonged. Died Jan. 11, 1895, aged 92. Brother 
of ( h.irles (1.S26). {King's Coll. Adm. Reg ; R. F. Scott; The 
Times, Jan. 15, 1895.) 

CHAPMAN, JOHN- Adm, sizar (age 30) at Magdalene, Apr. 20, 
1824, clerk. Of Thornton Rust, near Askrigg, Yorks., in 
1853; occurs in Clergy List, without cure. Father of Francis 
(1857). One of these names occurs in Crockford, 1865, as of 
Thornton Rust, Bedale, but he is apparently 1 onfused with 
John (1852); in Crockford, 1874, when 1 two men <>f these 



Chapman, Joseph John 

names are assigned to Emmanuel. John Chapman, of 
Thornton Rust, disappears from Crockford, 1877. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 28, 1832. Of 
Norfolk. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1832; 
Scholar; B.A. {27th Wrangler) 1836; M.A. 1839; B.D. {Lit. 
Reg.) 1840. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Ely, LUt. dim. from Nor- 
wich) Nov. 27, 1836; priest (Norwich) Mar. 11, 1838. With 
the C.M.S. in India, 1840-53. Principal of the Syrian College, 
Cottayam, Tnwancore, 1840-50; of the CM. Seminary, 
Madras; invalided home, 1853. Author, Miracles the proper 
Credentials of a Revelation. Died Dec. 27, 1862, aged 49, at 
Islington. Father of Herbert (1875). (R. F. Scott; Cam- 
bridge Year Book, 1863; G. Mag., 1863, 1. 251.) 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. M.A. 1846, incorp. from Dublin. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 7, 1852. 
Of Newfoundland. [A John Chapman was Rural Dean at 
Harbour Station, dio. Newfoundland, in 1849.] B. there. 
[School, Sedbergh.] Matric. Michs. 1S52; B.A. 1856. Ord. 
deacon, 1863; priest (Lichfield) 1865. Assistant Master at 
Lancaster Grammar School; at Shrewsbury School, 1863-70. 
Occurs in Crockford, 1874, without cure, but two of these 
names with the same dates of ordination are assigned to 
Emmanuel, see note sub John (1824). Drowned in the Ure, 
Nov. 5, 1905 [according to the Sedbergh Sch. Reg., where his 
ordination is not mentioned]. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN BELLAMY WALLIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 30, 1SS9. S. of John Wallis, of ir, Sutherland Avenue, 
Harrow Road, London. B. May 13, 1871, in London. School, 
Westminster (Exhibitioner); Matric. Michs. 1S89; Scholar; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class), 1892; M.A. 1896. Assistant 
Keeper of the Public Records, 1896-May, 1936. 

CHAPMAN, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 12, 1893. Of Lanes. S. of Thomas, clerk, of Christ 
Church vicarage, Werneth, Oldham. B. Aug. 2, 1874. at 
Oldham. School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Lent, 1893; 
B.A. 1899. M.A. (Dubl.) 1906. Ord. deacon, 1900; priest 
(Manchester) 1901; C. of Tunstead, 1900-2. Held other 
curacies, 1902-8. V. of Oldham, Lanes., 1908-18. V. of 
Donnington, 1918-27. R. of Harrington, Northants., 1927- 
35. Died there, Dec. 4, 1935, aged 61. (The Times, Dec. 6, 
I935-) 

CHAPMAN, JOHN MITCHEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 
1871. S. of John Mitchell (next), clerk, of Tendring, 
Colchester. B. there July 30, 1853. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. and LL.B. 1875. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1873. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 21, 1873. Called 
to the Bar, 1877. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. 
Attorney-General of Sierra Leone, 1884; Solicitor-General, 
1887-1900; retired. J. P. for Middlesex. Married and had 
issue. Died Feb. 21, 1931, aged 77, in a nursing home at 
Brussels. (Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court.) 

CHAPMAN, JOHN MITCHELL. M.A. 1841, incorp. from Oxford. 
(For his Oxford degrees and career see Al. Oxon.) 

CHAPMAN, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Mar. 5, 1766. 
1 if Cuckney, Notts. Matric. Michs. 1766; Scholar; B.A. 1770; 
M.A. 1773. Fellow, 1772-85. R. of Harlton, Cambs., 1784- 
1805. Died 1S05. (A. Gray.) 

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 10, 1844. 
S. of Charles. B. June 22, 1825, at Putney, Middlesex. 
School, Wandsworth. Matric. Lent, 1845; B.A. 1850. Ord. 
deacon, 1851; priest, 1853; V. of Arnesby, Leics., 1853-65. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1S68. (PeiU ,11. 490.) 

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893. Schools, 
Hull and East Riding. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar, 1894; 
B.A. 1897; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon, 1900; priest (Man- 
chester) 1901; C. of St Luke's, Manchester, 1900-2. C. of 
Levenshulme, 1902-4. Chaplain of the South Manchester 
Hospital and Workhouse, 1904-12. V. of Sale, Cheshire, 
1912-39-. (Crockford, 1939-) 

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH CRAWHALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 8, 1871. S. of Thomas Edward, of Silksworth Hall, 
Sunderland, Durham. B. there Mar. 11, 1S53. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1871. Civil and Consulting Engineer 
and Patent agent. M.I.C.E. Of 70, Chancery Lane, London, 
W.C. Afterwards of Cadewell, near Torquay. J. P. and 
County Councillor for Devon. High Sheriff, 1913. Married 
and had issue. Died 19-2. (Walford, Co. Fam.; Foster, 
Yorks. Pedigrees; Fox-Davies.) 

CHAPMAN, JOSEPH JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 29, 
1S57 [S. and h. of Joseph Barker, Esq., of Highbury 
Terrace, London, and of Whitbv, Yorks. B. July 5, 1837.] 
Matric. Lent, 1858; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 3, 1869. Called to the Bar. 1872. Of 
Lidwells Goudhurst, Kent, and of Whitbv, Yorks. Married 
and had issue. Died 1913. Brother of Edward H. (1863) 
and father of Wilfrid H. (1S98). (Foster, Yorks. Pedigrees; 

/■-», -/),I7'1.'S.) 



Chapman, Joshua Harrison 

CHAPMAN, JOSHUA HARRISON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 27, 1881. S. of Henry Pridniore, Esq., of 172, Stratford 
Road, Sparkbrook Birmingham,. B. Dec. 21, 1861. School, 
King Edward VI, Birmingham. Migrated (age 19) to Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 1SS1, and back to Emmanuel. Matric. Miens. 1881; 
B.A. {22nd Wrangler) 18S4; M.A. 1888. Assistant Master at 
Cheltenham Grammar School, 1885; at Oxford Military 
College, 1887; at Brentwood School, 1897-8; at Dulwich 
College, 1898-1906-. Died Aug. 30, 1935, at Dulwich. 
[Dulwich Coll. Reg.; The Times, Sept. 2, I935-) 

CHAPMAN, JUSTICE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 26, 
1846. S. of George [surgeon, of Retford, Notts.]. B. [Sept. 
16, 1827], at Rugely, Staffs. Matric. Miens. 1846; B.A. 1850; 
M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1S51; priest (Lincoln) 1S52; C of 
Clareborough, Notts., 1851-4. V. of New Bolingbroke, Lines., 
1854-61. V. of Elkesley, Notts., 1861-1905. Remained 
without cure. Of Montagu House, near Retford. Married 
and had issue. Disappears from Crockford, 1920. [Misc. 
Gen. et Her., 4th S., in. 62; Scott, MSS.) 

CHAPMAN, KYRLE ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Trinity, 
Mar. 16, 1855. 5th s. of David Barclay, of Roehampton, 
Surrey [by his 2nd wife Maria, dau. of Robert Chatfield, 
D.D., R. of Chatteris, Cambs.]. B. there Apr. 10, 1838. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1855. Of Roehampton, Surrey, 
and of Donhead Hall, Wilts. Died 1891. Brother of Horace 
E. (1859). (Burke, L.G.; Foster, Yorks. Pedigrees, 3.) 

CHAPMAN, MATTHEW JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 30) at 
Trinity, July 4, 1827. S. of John. B. in Barbados W. 
Indies. School, Macclesfield, Cheshire (Dr Davies). Matric. 
Michs. r8:>8; Scholar, 1831; B.A. iS32;M.A. 1835. Previously 
at Edinburgh University; M.D. (Edln.) 1S20. Married, at 
Exeter, Mary Anna, dau. of J. G. Reed, Esq., of Dochfour, 
British Guiana, 1837. Author, Barbadoes and other Poems; 
Jepktha's Daughter; a dramatic poem; translated Theocritus, 
Bion and Moschus. Died Nov. 15, 1865, aged 69, at 25, 
Albemarle Street, Piccadilly, London. (Boase, G. Mag.) 

CHAPMAN, PERCY HUGH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1885. Of Essex. [S. of William Daniel, Capt., late 
Madras Staff Corps. B.Apr. 13 1866. School, King William's 
College.] Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. 
Migrated to Trinity College, Dublin; M.A. 1902; LL.B. 1905; 
LL.D. 1909. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Rochester) 1890; C. 
of All Saints', Woolwich, 1889-93. Chaplain at Bareilly, 
India, 1893, 1898-1903, 1905-10; at Shahjehanpore, 1894-5; 
at Allahabad, 1895-8; at Chakrata, 1910-12; at Naini Tad, 
1912-20. Sometime Examiner in Law at Allahabad Univer- 
sity. Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 1908-12. Canon of 
Lucknow, 19 10-12; Archdeacon of Lucknow, 19 12-21. 
Commissary to the Bishop of Lucknow, 19 14-21. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1919. V. of Holy Trinity, Malvern, 
Worcs., 1921-39-. Rural Dean of Powyke, 1925. Surrogate, 
dio. of Worcester, 1926. Half-brother of Theodore C. (1874), 
etc. (King William's Coll. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 8, 1755. S. of Robert (1710), clerk. [V. of Braybrook, 
Northants., 1718-59.] B. there. School, Oakham (Mr 
Powell). Matric. Easter, 1756; Scholar; B.A. 1760. Ord. 
deacon, 1760; priest, 1761; C. of Isham Superior, 1760. V. 
of Bakewell, Derbs. Died Apr. 16, 1816, aged 78. M.I. at 
Bakewell. (Glover, u. 73.) 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 21, 
1823. B. at Newcastle -on -Tyne. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon, 1835; 
priest (Durham) Nov. 5, 1836. Chaplain of the gaol, Coventry, 
1846-54. R. of Normanton, Lines., 1854-77. Author, A 
Greek Harmony of the Gospels. Died Apr. 7, 1877. (Sedbergh 
Sch. Reg.) 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 
i, 1799. Of Middlesex. Re-adm. July 1, 1803; matric. 
Michs. 1804; B.A. 1807; M.A. 1810. Ord. priest (London) 
May 22, 1807. V. of Tinsley, Yorks., 1809-11. V. of Cuxton, 
Kent. 1811-31. P.C. of Marylebone, London, 1823-45. R. 
of Kirby-Wiske, Yorks., 1831. Died Jan. 26, 1845, aged 64, 
in Beaumont Street, Marylebone. (Hennessy; G. Mag., 1845 
1. 669.) 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD HENRY HAY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 3, 
1885. S. of William Hay (1852). R. of Maresneld, Sussex. 
B. 1866. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1885; left, 
Nov. 1888. Farming in Canada, 1888-90. On the Staff of 
the Manitoba Free Press, 1890-4; sometime (after, 1896) 
Managing Editor of the Los Angeles Herald. Afterwards at 
San Francisco; managed the Golf Club there; editor of 
The Fairway, a golf paper, for many years. Of No. 1906, 
Lewinwater Street, San Francisco. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; 
Fox-Davies.) 

CHAPMAN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Aug. 25, 
1862. S. of Roger, clerk. B. at Burton-in- Lonsdale, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. 



Chapman, Thomas 

CHAPMAN, ROBERT ALEXANDER BOSWELL. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 1885. S. of Charles Edward, Esq., of 
Highgate, London [late I.C.S.]. B. Mar. 28, 1866. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar; B.A. 1888. 
Entered the I.C.S. Assistant Magistrate and Collector, N.W. 
Provinces, 1888, Assistant Commissioner, Central Provinces, 
1891; Deputy Commissioner, 1896. Political Agent, Chattis- 
garh Feudatory States, 1897-9. Awarded the Kaisar-i- 
Hind Medal (1st class), 1918. (T. A. Walker, 587.) 

CHAPMAN, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
June 4, 1832. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1833. 
One of these names at Sedbergh School; adm. there Mar. 
1821, age 10, and left, 1827. B. at Leeds. Practised as a 
doctor at Milnthorpe. 

CHAPMAN, SAMUEL THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pem- 
broke, July 18, 1799. S. and h. of William (1775), clerk, of 
Margate. B. at Braintree, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1800; 
Scholar; B.A. 1804. Ord, deacon (Litt. dim. from Canter- 
bury) 1804; priest (Canterbury) 1806; C. of Minster, Kent. 
R. of Little Kimble, Bucks., 1S10-. Brother of William H. 
(1799). (Cant. Act Bk.) 

CHAPMAN, SYDNEY JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 1, 
1895. 2nd s. of David, of 133, Shrewsbury Street, Old 
Trafford, Manchester. B. Apr. 20, 1871, at Wells, Norfolk. 
School, Manchester Grammar {Mr Dill). Matric. Michs. 1895 ; 
Scholar, r8g7; Prizeman; (Moral Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 
1897; PtII, 1st Class, 1898); B.A. 1898; M.A. 1903. Lecturer 
in Economics and Political Science at Cardiff University, 
1899-1901. Professor of Political Economy at Manchester 
University, 1901-17. Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and 
Administration at Manchester, 1904-17. Member of the 
Advisory Committee of the Census of Production, 1907. 
President of Section F of the British Association, 1909. 
Chairman of the Economic Commission in South Africa, 1913. 
Director of Industrial War Enquiries Branch, Board of 
Trade, 1916; Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trade, 
19 1 S ; Permanent Secretary, 19 19-27. Chief Economic 
Advisor to the Government, 1927-32. Member of the 
Economic Committee of the League of Nations, 1927-32; 
President, 1930. Member and Chairman of the Imperial 
Economic Committee, 1931-2. Member of Import Duties 
Advisory Committee, 1932. C.B.E.,1917. C.B., 1919. K.C.B., 
1920. Litt.D. (Manchester) 1921. F.R.S. Publications: vols, 
in continuation of Lord Brassey's Work and Wages, etc. (in 
collaboration with Lord Brassey): The Lancashire Cotton 
Industry, 1904; The Cotton Industry and Trade, 1905; Out- 
lines of Political Economy, 1st ed. 1911, etc. Of The Manor 
House, Ware, Herts., in 1939. (Who's Who, 1939; Burke, 
P. and B.; Knightage, 1939; Roll of the Regent House, 1937.) 

CHAPMAN, THEODORE CHARLES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1874. [4th s. of William Daniel, Capt., Madras Staff 
Corps.] B. Jan. 17, 1856, in Central India. School, Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon, 
1878; priest (Sodor and Man) 1880; C. of Douglas, Isle of 
Man, 1878-81. Chaplain of Laxey, Isle of Man, 1881-4. V. 
of Lowestoft, 1884-9. V. of Jesmond, 1889-94. V. of Christ 
Church, Clifton, 1 894-1908. Secretary to the Church 
Pastoral Aid Society, 1908-18. R. of Langley, Kent, 1918- 
25. Lived latterly at Clifton, Bristol. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. n, 1932, at Canynge Square, Clifton, Bristol. 
Half-brother of William D. (1889) and Percy H. (1885). 
(The Times, Dec. 13, 1932; Felsted Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 
1862; Foster, Noble and Gentle Families, 454.) 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
May 3, 1769. Of Cambs. S. and h. of Thomas, D.D. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1769. Rusticated for three years for 
repeated irregularities, June 14, 1771. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Jan. 24, 1772. (T. A. Walker, 331.) 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 21, 1809. 
Matric. Michs. 1809; B.A. 1813; M.A. 1816. [Perhaps at 
Eton, in 1808; s. of a London merchant.] Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1814. C. of Meopham, Kent, 1814. (Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Dec. 20, 1810. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 181 1; Scholar, 1814; B.A. 1815; 
M.A. 1818. Ord. deacon (Bristol) June 17, 1815; priest (Ely, 
Litt. dim. from Lichfield and Coventry) Mar. 24, 1816. 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 27, 1817. 
Of Warwickshire. [S. of Thomas, of Stoneleigh, Warws., 
agent to Lord Leigh.] Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 1820; 
B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon, 1822; priest, 1823; C. 
of Radford, Warws., 1822-43; V. there, 1843-61. P.C. of 
Milverton, Warws., 1832-43. Married Sarah Catherine, dau. 

of Cattle, of Leamington. Died s.p. Nov. 6, 1861, aged 

63. Buried at Radford Semele. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., 
in. 61; Crockford, i860; G. Mag.) 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, June 
4,1832. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836. Ord. 
a (Ely, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Nov. 27, 1836. 



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Chapman, Thomas Jackson 

CHAPMAN, THOMAS JACKSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. i, 1887. S. of Thomas Jackson. E. Dec. 31, 1866, at 
Ox ton, Birkenhead. School, Liverpool College. Ma trie. 
Miens. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1931. Ord. deacon, 1891; 
priest (Durham) 1893; C. of St Jude*s, S. Shields, 1891-2. 
C. of Marley Hill, Durham, 1892-5. C. of Christ Church, 
Gateshead, 1895-8. Missionary of St Andrew's Brotherhood. 
Longreach, Queensland, 1898-1902. Head of the brother- 
hood and R. of St Mitchell's, Queensland, 1902-3. C. of St 
Hilda's, Millfield, Sunderland, 1903-6. C. of Holy Trinity, 
The Lickey, Birmingham, 1906-9. R. of Alcester with 
Oversley, Worcs., 1909-38; resigned. Rural Dean of Alcester, 
1931-8. (Peile, 11. 736.) 

CHAPMAN, WILFRID HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1898. S. of Joseph John (1S57), of 17, St Hilda's 
Terrace, Whitby, Yorks. B. Dec. 13, 1S79, at Goudhurst, 
Kent. School, Eton. Ma trie. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1903. 
Rowing 'blue.' 1899, 1902, 1903; President, C.U.B.C., 1902. 
Served in the South African War. Sometime assistant to the 
Bombay Company at Karachi. Served in the Great War 
(Capt., Yorks. Regt.). Killed in action, Aug. 7, 1915, in 
Gallipoli. (The Times, Aug. 14, 1915; Univ. War List.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16J at Pembroke, 
Sept. 29, 1775. S. and h. of Samuel, physician, of Sudbury, 
Suffolk. B. there Feb. 15, 1757. [School, Charterhouse.] 
Scholar, 1775; matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 1781; M.A. 1784. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. n, 17S1; priest, Feb. 24, 1782; 
C. of Long Melford, Suffolk, 17S1. V. of St John's, Thanet, 
Kent, 1809-10. Died 1S10. Father of William H. (1799) and 
Samuel T. (1799). (' ant. Act. Bk.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 27) at Caius, Jan. 25, 
1849. S. of George, schoolmaster. B. at Cotberstone, Yorks. 
School. Wakefield (Rev. R. Garvey). Did not reside. Per- 
haps brother of Henry (1844). (Venn, n. 286.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 12, 1835. Of Middlesex. [B. Sept. 6, 1815. School, 
Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1S36; Scholar, 1837; B.A. 
1840; M.A. 1843. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest, 1841; C. of 
Lythe, Yorks., 1840-2. C. of Colkirk, Norfolk, 1842-57; 
retired. Died Jan. 31, 1883. (Records of Old Westminsters.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1889. Of Essex. S. of William Daniel, Capt. 
[Madras Staff Corps], of Lipwood, Windermere. B. Mar. 27. 
1871, at Wanstead, Essex. Schools, The Old College, Winder- 
mere, and Trent College. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; 
MA..,M.B.andB.C. 1903. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1899. Medical Officer to the Post Office and to 
various Insurance Offices. Of Helmwood, Windermere, in 
1939; retired. Half brother of Theodore C. (1874), etc. (The 
Medical Who's Who, 1927; Medical Directory, 1939.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM EMERSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 3, 1816. Of Lines. Matric. Michs. 18:6; B.A. 1820; 
M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon, 1820; priest, 182 1. Domestic 
Chaplain to Lord Willoughby de Eresby, 1820. Chaplain of 
Edenham Chapelrv, Lines., 1S21-60. V. of Swinestead, 
Lines., 1821-32. V. of Skendleby, 1828-33. R - of Somerby 
with Humbv. 1S32-60. Died Dec. 6, 1S60, aged 64, at the 
rectory, while proposing a toast at the wedding breakfast of 
his daughter. (G. Mag., 1861, 1, no.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM HAY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Feb. 25, 1852. 4th s. of Alfred. B. Sept. 23, 1832, at Wood- 
ford, Essex. School, Addiscombe, Surrey (Mr Cope). Matric. 
Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1S59. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
1856; priest, 1858; P.C. of High Cross, Herts., 1861-4. P.C. 
of Southwoid, Suffolk, 1S64-7. V. of Doveridge, Staffs., 
1867-70. V. of Lowestoft, 1870-3. Chaplain at the Lock 
Hospital Chapel, Paddington, 1873-6. V, of Christ Church, 
Clifton, 1S76-81. V. of Southborough, Kent, 1881-7. R- of 
All Souls', Langham Place, London, 1887-93- R- °f Kirby 
Cane, Norfolk, 1893-7. R. of Maresfield, Sussex, 1897-1902. 
Resided latterly at Grange Road, Eastbourne. Died there 
Feb. 25, 1903, aged 70. Father of Richard H. H. (1885). 
(Hennessy; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Feb. 27, io°3-) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Pembroke, July 19, 1799- 2nd s. of William (i775)> clerk, of 
Margate, Kent. [B. Dec. 17, 1782], at Braintree, Essex. 
[School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1801; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1805; M.A. 181 1. Adm. at Emmanuel, Dec. 30, 1822, 
as 'M.A. of Pembroke.' Ord. deacon (Litt. dim. from Canter- 
bury) 1806; priest, 1807; C. of Stourmouth, Kent, 1806. V. 
of St Nicholas-at-Wade, Kent, 1809. Assistant Master at 
Charterhouse, 1812-38. V. of Balsham, Cambs., 1838-61. 
Founders Day Preacher (Charterhouse), 1839. Died Oct. 
15, 1861, aged 78, at Balsham. Brother of Samuel T. (1799) 
and father of the next. (G. Mag., 1861, 11. 517; Al. Cartkus., 
where he is confused with his son, William Herbert.) 



Chard, Charles Edward 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 10. 1S24. Of Kent. [S. of William Herbert (above), V. 
of Balsham, Cambs. B. 1807. School, Charterhouse.] 
Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 19, 1830; priest, Dec. 18, 1831; V. of Bassing- 
bourne, Cambs., 1833-61. Died Feb. 21, 1861, aged 53, at 
Bassing bourne. Father of the next. (London Ord. Bk.; G. 
Mag., 1861, i. 468.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 28, 1853. Of Cambs. [S. of William Herbert (above), 
V. of Bassingbourne, Cambs. B. 1834. School, Charter- 
house.] Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Ord. 
deacon, 1859; priest (Peterb.) 1860; C. of North Luffenham, 
Rutland, 1859-62. C. of Gt Weldon, Northants., 1862-75. 
C. of Nassington, 1875-6. Instituted R. of Eydon, July 29, 
1876, and remained there until Feb. 15, 1908. His wife 
transcribed the parish register. Died June 23, 1908. 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 18, 1875. S. of Walter, land agent. B. Mar. 23, 1856, 
at Coddenham, Suffolk. Bapt. June 25, 1856. School, 
Dedharn (Dr Lermit). Matric. Michs. 1S75; B.A. 1879. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1S79; priest, 1880; C. of St Michael's, 
Liverpool, 1879-80. Held other curacies, 1880-5. R- of 
Hemingston, Norfolk, 1885-1935. Chaplain of Bosmere and 
Claydon Union, 189S-1921. Of Pinnacles, Bucklesham Road, 
Ipswich, in 1939. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1895. S. of George. B. at Quorn, Leics. School. 
Loughborough. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. 

CHAPMAN-WARD. SAMUEL ROWLAND, see WARD. 

CHAPPEL, ELDON VAUGHAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 7, 1848. [S. ofW. J.] Matric. Michs. 1S4Q; B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Ripon) 1854; C. of 
Rothwell, 1853-5. C. of Burgh, i860. V. of East Orchard 
with St Margaret Marsh, Dorset, 1863-1910. Died Apr. 13, 
1910, aged 79, at East Orchard. (Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

CHAPPEL, GEORGE PESTER. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1886. 
S. of William Pester, R. of Camborne, Cornwall. B. there 
Nov. 9, 1868. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.B. and B.C. 1892; M.D. 1896. House Physician 
and Surgeon to the London Hospital. Medical Officer to the 
City of London Hospital, Victoria Park. Phvsician at the 
Prince of Wales Hospital, Tottenham. In practice at Totten- 
ham in 1898. Physician at the Altrincham General Hospital. 
Medical 1 Ifficer of Health for Bowdon. During the Great 
War, Major, R.A.M.C, 1915; retired, 1920. Practised 
latterly at Altrincham, Cheshire. Died there Dec. 15, 1923. 
(Venn, 11. 481 ; G. B. Routledge; Medical Directory.) 

CHAPPELL, FREDERICK EDMONDSON. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1900. Of London. S. of Charles 
Arthur, salesman. B. June 23, 1881, at 29, Maryland Road, 
Paddington, W. Schools, Kensington Grammar and St 
Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1913. Served 
in the Great War (Major, R.A.S.C; mentioned in de- 
spatches). (Univ. War List.) 

CHAPPELL, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age iS) at Trinity, Feb. 11, 
1818. S.ofSardvs. B. at Markham, Notts. School, Retford, 
Notts. (Mr Mould). Matric. Michs. 181S; B.A. 1825. 

CHAPPELOW, LEONARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 24. 1762. S. of Edward (1719-20), R. of Roydon, Norfolk. 
B. 1744- School, Bury, Suffolk (Mr Gamham). Matric. 
Easter, 1762; Scholar, 1765; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Dec. 19, 1766; 
priest (Norwich) Dec. 18, 1768. C. of Rovdon, Norfolk, 
1766. R. there, 1777-1820. C. of Burston, Norfolk, 1768- 
84. R. there, 1784-1820. P.C. of Teddington, Middlesex, 
1791-1S20 (non-resident). F.R.S., 1792. Resident for many 
years at 12, Hill Street, Berkeley Square; chaplain to Earl 
of Bradford. Died Sept. n, 1820, at Walham Green. Will. 
P.C.C. (Kent, 515). (P. E. Towell.) 

CHAPPLE, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 24, 1895. 
S. of Frederic, Head Master of Prince Alfred's College, 
Adelaide, S. Australia. B. Apr. 10, 1876, at Kent Town, 
Adelaide. School, Prince Alfred's College, and University 
of Adelaide. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1896; (Mech. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1897; Pt II, 1st Class, 1898); B.A. 
1897; M.A. 1906. Served in the Great War (Lieut, R.A.F.). 
Private Tutor in Cambridge; teacher of Mechanical Sciences. 
Of 6, Luard Road, Cambridge. (Camb. Univ. Reporter; 
Roll of the Regent House, 1937.) 

CHARD, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 1, 1875. [3rd s. of William Wheaton (1837). B. Dec. 4, 
1S56.] Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1SS1. Ord. deacon, 1881; 
priest (Worcester) 1SS3; C. of Ashted, Warws., 1881-5. R. 
of Hatch Beauchamp, Somerset, 1885-1910. A well-known 
hunting parson and a familiar figure with the Taunton Vale 
foxhounds. Died Sept. 12, 1910. M.I. at Hatch Beauchamp. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Sept. 16, 190 .) 



Chard, George William 

CHARD, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. at St Catharine's, July 
3, 1S12. Mus.D. 1S12. Assistant Organist and Lay Clerk at 
Winchester Cathedral, 1787; Organist, 1802-49. Organist at 
Winchester College, 1832-49. Musical composer. Died 
May 23, 1849, aged 84. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.) 

CHARD, WILLIAM WHEATON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 10, 1837. Of Somerset. Matric.Michs.1S37. Of Pathe, 
Somerset, and of Mount Tamar, near Plymouth. Married 
Jane, dau. of John Hart Brimacombe, of Stoke Climsland, 
Cornwall. Died 1 S 74. Father of Charles E. {1875). [For their 
2nd son, John Rouse Merriott Chard, Colonel, R.E., see 
D.N.B.] 

CHARLES, ARTHUR DE COURCEY CRANSTOUN. Adm. pens, 
at Magdalene, June 1, 1900. S. of Thomas William 
Cranstoun, M.D., of 61, Cromwell Road, S. Kensington, 
London, deceased. B. June 7, 1881. School, Aldenham. 
Ma trie. Michs. 1900; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B.A. 1903. At 
St Thomas's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. 
Entered the Indian Medical Service (Lieut., 190S; Capt., 
1911). Died Apr. 16, 1911, at Mian Mir. (Indian Med, 
Service; Aldenham Sch. Reg.) 

CHARLES, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Oct. 
20, 18SS; Exhibitioner. S. of Andrew, Esq., of Brackenheld, 
Carpenter Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. School, King 
Edward's, Birmingham. Ma trie. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1889; 
B.A. (8th Wrangler) 1891; M.A 1S95. Fellow, 1895-1901. 
Athletics 'blue/ 1889, 1890, 1891, 1892. Ord. deacon, 1895; 
priest (Manchester) 1896; C. of St Paul's, Preston, 1895-8. 
C. of Alvechurch, 1898-9. Afterwards of Rednal, near 
Birmi n gham, In Crockford, without cure, till 1906. 

CHARLES [post CHARLES-WILLIAMSON], GEORGE. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, Jan. 26, i860. S. of Robert, merchant. 
B. Mar. 30, 1831, in London. Matric. Lent, i860; B.A. 1863. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1863; priest, 1S65; C. of Holy 
Cross, Pershore, Worcs., 1863-8. C. of St John's, Greenhill, 
Harrow, Middlesex, 1868-75. P.C. of St Mungo's, Linton, 
N.B., 1S76. C. of Kempston, Beds., 1877-9. D > ed ° ct - l8 79- 
(Peile, 11. 565.) 

CHARLES, JAMES HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 8, 1873. S. of James, barrister. B. Oct. 18, 1854, at 
Romford. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1S80. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 187S; priest, 1880; C of 
Harpenden, Herts., 1878-80. C of Eastham, Cheshire, 1SS1. 
C of Kensington, W., 1882-6. V. of St Andrew's, Whittlesey, 
Cambs., 1886-96. V. of Leominster, Heref., 1896-1904. 
Rural Dean of Rutland, 1904-29. V. of Oakham with 
Egleton, Langham, Brook and Gunthorpe, Rutland, 1904-29. 
Canon Emeritus of Peterborough. Of Oakham, McKinley 
Road, Bournemouth. Author, religious. Died Mar. 14, 
1939, aged 84, at Bournemouth. (Peile, n. 630; Crock/ord, 
1939; The Times, Mar. 16, 1939.) 

CHARLES, JOHN ROGER. Adm. at Caius; Oct. 1, 1891. S. of 
John Smith, of Pelsall Hall, Walsall, Staffs. B. there Oct. 12, 
1872. Schools, Yarlet Hall, Bilton Grange (Mr W. Earle) 
and Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.B. and B.C. 
1898; M.A. and M.D. 1901. At St Thomas's Hospital, 
London; House Physician there. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1897. 
F.R.C.P., 1912. Physician at the Royal Infirmary, Bristol, 
in 1910; Consulting Physician, 1932. Sometime Lecturer at 
Bristol University. During the Great War, Capt., R.A.M.C. 
Consulting Physician to Bridgwater and Malmesbury Cottage 
Hospitals. Councillor of the Royal College of Physicians, 
1934-7. Of Litheld House, Clifton, Bristol, in 1939. Twice 
married, and had issue. Brother of the next. (Venn, 11. 519; 
Burke, L.G., 1937; Who's Who, 1939; Medical Directory, 
I939-) 

CHARLES, MICHAEL THOMAS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1895. 
2nd s. of John Smith, of Pelsall Hall, Walsall, Staffs. B. 
there Dec. 20, 1874. Schools, [Bilton Grange] and Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Fruit grower; of Fruitlands, 
Eynsham, Oxon., 1933 l subsequently sold the property. 
Brother of the above. (Venn, 11. 542; Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

CHARLES, ROBERT FLETCHER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 6, 1869. [Perhaps s. of Robert, Esq., of London.] 
Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Assistant Master 
at the City of London School, 1874-c. 1912. On the Council 
of the Teachers' Guild for over 40 years. Undertook, and 
himself conducted, the Cambridge University Correspond- 
ence Class in English Literature; his pupils included some 
distinguished women, 'in days when University Education 
for women was in its infancy.' Died Nov. 1, 1938, aged 90, 
at 13, West Hill, Highgate. Buried there. (Univ. Cal., 
1935-6; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1904; The Times, Nov. 2 
and 7, 1938.) 

CHARLES, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 7, 1838. 
Matric. Lent, 1839; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845; incorp. at 
Oxford, 1859. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest, 1844. C. of Rings- 
hall, Suffolk, 1848-65. Head Master of the Grammar School, 



Charlesworth, John 

Gainsborough, Lines. Of Harvington, Evesham, Worcs., 
c. 1868-7S-; afterwards of 108, Kensal Road, North Ken- 
sington. Disappears from Crockford, 1892. (Al. Oxon.) 

CHARLESWORTH, ALBANY HAWKE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 19, 1872. S.andh.of John C. Dodgson(i833),of Chapel- 
thorpe, Wakefield, Yorks. B. Feb. 5, 1854, at Stanley Hall, 
Wakefield. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; 
M.A. 1879. Of Feme, Wilts., and Grinton Lodge, Rich- 
mond, Yorks. J. P. for West Riding. M.P. for Wakefield, 
1892-5. Married and had issue. Died Sept. 12, 1914. (Burke, 
L.G.) 

CHARLESWORTH, ALBERT JAMES. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1S89. Ord. deacon (York, for 
Manchester) 1SS6; priest (Manchester) 1887; C. of St John's, 
Manchester, 1886-7. C. of Bury, 1887-94- C. of Elton, 
1894-7; V. there, 1897-1901. Disappears from Crockford, 
1902. 

CHARLESWORTH, AMBROSE. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 10, 1882. [S. of Joseph, R. of Michaelchurch, Heref.] 

B. July 1, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. Ord. 
deacon, 18S6; priest (London) 18S7; C. of Hanover Church, 
Regent Street, London, 1886-8. C. of Norlands, 1888-93. 

C. of Eastham, Cheshire, 1893-1900. R. of Thurstaston, 
1900-21. Died Sept. 15, 1921. Buried at Thurstaston, 
(F. C. Beazley, Parish of Thurstaston.) 

CHARLESWORTH, BEEDAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 17, 1821. S. of John Beedam. B. at Leeds. School, 
Leeds (Mr Walker). Matric. Michs. 1S23; Scholar, 1826; 
B.A. (18th Wrangler) 1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon and 
priest (London) June 6, 1830; V. of Darfield, Yorks., 1830- 
62. P.C. of Hensman Memorial Church, Clifton, Bristol, 
1862-76. Author, Sermons. Died 1876. (Leeds Gr. Reg.) 

CHARLESWORTH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 22, 1824. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1824. Migrated to 
St Catharine's, Jan. 27, 1825; B.A. 1829. 

CHARLESWORTH, CHARLES BERTRAM. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1896. 2nd s. of Charles Ernest, Esq., of Skellow 
Grange, Doncaster, Yorks. [B. Jan. 12, 1877.] School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1896. A member of the Stock Exchange; 
of Messrs Gull and Co., 62, London Wall. Served in the Great 
War (Lieut. -Col., 12th (service) Batt., King's Own (Yorks. 
Light Infantry); wounded). Of Conyngham Hall, Yorks. 
J. P. Joint Lord of the Manors of Silkstone, Burley and 
Carlton; residing at 13, Granville Road, Eastbourne, in 1929; 
also of 191, Maida Vale, London. Died June, 1937, aged 60, 
suddenly, at Hove. (Walford, Co. Fam.; Kelly, Handbook, 
1937; Fox-Davies; The Times, June n, 1937.) 

CHARLESWORTH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 5, 
1872. S. of Joseph Rhodes (1843), clerk. B. at Linth- 
waite, Alinondbury, Y'orks. Bapt. Feb. 26, 1854. [School, 
Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1877. At Middlesex 
Hospital. Entered the Indian Medical Service, 1899; on 
plague duty at Arkonam, Madras. Died May 15, 1922. 
Brother of Joseph G. (1881), etc. (Haileybury Coll. Reg.) 

CHARLESWORTH, GEORGE KENNETH. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1886. Of Yorks. S. of Charles 
Henry, solicitor, of Settle. B. there June 2, 1868. School. 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 18S6. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1893; of Barnstead, Settle. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
July 6, 1759. S. of Benjamin, of Brigg, Lines, [probably 
Benjamin Charlesworth, M.D., whose widow, Maria Welch, 
married John Hare]. School, Brigg (Mr Skelton). Matric. 
Easter, 1760; Scholar, 1761; B.A. 1764; M.A. 1767- Fellow, 
1766. C. of Manton, Lines., 1764- R- of Ossington, Notts., 
in 1782. Died Dec. i, 1821, aged 79, at Ossingtou. Father 
of the next. [For his son, Edward Parker Charlesworth, M.D., 
of Lincoln, see D.N.B.] (G. Mag.; F.M.G., in. 841.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 31, 
1822. (Previously adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Jan. 22, 
1816.) [S. of John (above), R. of Ossington, Notts. B. there 
1782.] Matric. Easter, 1824; B.D. 1826. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) 1809; priest, Dec. iS 1814; C. of Happisburgh, 
Norfolk, 1809. R. of Flowton, Suffolk, 1S15-44. R- of 
Blakenham Parva. R. of St Mildred's, Bread Street, London, 
1844-64. In early life practised with a surgeon at Clapham, 
Surrey, but came under the influence of the Rev. John Venn 
and associated himself with 'The Clapham Sect.' An ardent 
evangelical; friend of Edward Bickersteth and of Henry 
Thornton, M.P. An active worker with Wilberforce in the 
anti-slavery struggle. Author, On Affliction and Spiritual 
Distress. Died Apr. 20, 1864, at Islington. Buried at Limps- 
field, Surrey, where his son Samuel was rector. Father of the 
next. [For his daughter, Maria Louisa Charlesworth, the 
author, see D.N.B^\ (J. P. Fitz-Gerald, Memoir of J. 
Charlesworth; G Mag., 1864, I. 803.) 



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Charlesworth, John 

CHARLESWORTH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 27, 
1840. S. of John (above), clerk, of Bromford [sic), Suffolk. 
Bapt Aug. 14. 1822. Matric. Michs. 1840. Migrated to 
Trinity, Oct. [2, 1 -4 1 : II. A. 1844- Ord. deacon (London) 
1846; C. (to his father) of St Mildred's, Bread Street, London. 
Died Sept. 26, 1846, aged 24, at Blackheath. [Memoir of J. 
Charlesworth; G. Mag.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOHN BARFF. Adm. pens, at St John's. 
May 13, 1839. 2nd s. of Joseph, Esq., of Wakefield, Yorks. 
[and Jane Barff]. B. May 15, 1821, at Lofthouse, Rothwell. 
School, Sedbergh Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 
1846. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 16, 1843. Called to the 
Bar 1847. Practised on the Northern Circuit for a few years. 
A Governor of Wakefield School, 1869. Of Hatfield Hall, 
Wakefield. J. P. 'Deceased' in r909. [Sedbergh Sck. Reg.; 
M. H. Peacock, Wakefield School; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

CHARLESWORTH. JOHN [CHARLESWORTH] DODGSON. 
Adm. pens, at St Iohn's, Apr. I, 1833. S. of J[ohn], Esq., 
of Chapelthorpe Hall, Wakefield. Yorks. B. at Sandal Magna. 
[Bapt. there Aug. 20, 1815.] School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. Of Stanley Hall, W. 
Riding, Yorks.; afterwards of Chapelthorpe Hall. M.P. for 
Wakefield, 1857-9. A Governor of Wakefield School, 1852. 
Gave the chimes of Wakefield Cathedral. Married Sarah, 
dau. of Walker Fetherstonehaugh, of The Hermitage, Co. 
Durham, 1847. Died Mar. 21, 18S0, aged 64. Father of 
Albany H. (1S72). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; M. H. Peacock, 
Wakefield Sch.; Hunter Pedigrees, Hart. Soc. Publ.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOSEPH GREY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 20, 1881. S. of Joseph Rhodes (next), clerk (and 
Frances Charlotte Elizabeth Grey, sister of the Earl of Stam- 
ford], B. at Elstead, Surrey. Bapt. there Sept. 2, 1861. 
[School, Hailevbury.] Matric. Michs. 1881. Died Jan. 14. 
1030 at St Leonards. Brother of William H. (1SS2) and 
George (1872). (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; R. F. Scott; The 
1 imcs, Jan. 17, 193°; Joseph Gray.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOSEPH RHODES. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 7. 1843. S. of Joseph, clothier, of Holmfirth, 
and Betsey, Yorks. B. Nov. 17, 1820, at Holmfirth. Matric. 
Michs. :843; Scholar; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon, 
1847; priest (York) 1848; C. of Darfield, 1847-50. V. of 
Linthwaite, Yorks., 1850-4. R. of Elstead, Surrey, 1854- 
1904. Died there Sept. 22, 1904, aged 83. Father of the 
above, William H. (1SK2) and George (1872). [Crockford; 
R. F. Scott.) 

CHARLESWORTH, JOSEPH WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Dec. 14. 1827. Of London. Matric. Easter, 1828; 
B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 7, 1832; priest, Oct. 
6,1833. P.C. of Woodhead, Cheshire, 1841-2. C. of Sedgford, 
Lynn, 1843-53. V. of Heacham, Norfolk, 1853-73- Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1876. (7\ A . Walker, 432.) 

CHARLESWORTH, THOMAS BEEDHAM. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Apr. 23, 1885. S. of Charles Henry. B. May 24. 
1866, at Settle, Yorks. Schools, Giggleswick and Sedbergh. 
Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. 
Assistant Master at Worcester Grammar School, 1888-9. 
Ord. deacon (Gibraltar) 1891; priest (Rochester) 1892; C. of 
Lewisham, 1891-5. C. of Maiden and Chessington, Surrey, 
1895-8. V. of Smalley, Derbs., 1898-1905. V. of Long 
Eaton, 1905-13. Surrogate, dio. of Southwell, 1907-17. 
Rural Dean of Silkeston, 1908-13; of Wirksworth, 1913-17. 
V. of Wirksworth, 1913-17. Married and had issue. Died 
June 9, 1917, at Wirksworth. [Peile, 11. 715; Giggleswick Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

CHARLESWORTH. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, I 1. t. 
It 1877. S. of Joseph [colliery proprietor], of Lofthouse, 
near Wakefield, Yorks. B. there June 7, 1858. Matric. 
Michs. 1877. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 19, 1880; 
name withdrawn, 1889. J. P. for Dorset and Devon. Died 
1922. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

CHARLESWORTH, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 12, 1882. S. of Joseph Rhodes (1843), clerk. 
B. at Elstead, Surrey. Bapt. Nov. 2, 1862. School, Brighton 
College (Mr Le Maistre). Matric. Michs. 1882. Brother of 
Joseph G. (18R1), etc. 

CHARLETON, EDWARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of Charles, of The Grange, Tunbridge 
Wells, Kent. B. Oct. 13, 1.877, in London. School, Win 
Chester College. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1924. 
In the firm of Messrs. F. C. Johnson and Co., cement manu- 
facturers. Director of Hayward's Heath Gas Co. Formerly 
of Alndyke, Horley, Surrey. (Winchester Coll. Reg.) 

CHARLETON, HENRY WILMOT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Dec. 12, 1823. 2nd s. of Dr R. J. (Queen's College, Oxford), 
V. of Olvcston and Alveston. Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1824. 
Gazetted to the 2nd (Queen's Dragoon Guards, 1825 



Charlton, Samuel 

Lieut-Col. 184IJ retired, r846. Lived at Elberton, Gloucs. 
Died unmarried Oct. 17, T863. Buried at Elberton. [Petit ■, 
11. 414; Boose, IV. Suppl.) 

CHARLTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age rS) at Christ's, 
June iS, 1812. S. of Charles, clerk. B. at Carlisle. Name in 
Study-rents till June, 1S13; probably did not come into 
residence. [Peile, II. 373.) 

CHARLTON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. ri, 
1837. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; M.A. 
1845. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest (Peterb.) 1843; C. of Slapton, 
Northants., 1842-3. C. of Cranford, T843-4. P.C. of Aln- 
wick, Northumberland, 1846-68. Died Jan. 11, 1868, aged 
50. [G. Mag., 1868, 1. 264.) 

CHARLTON, CHARLES DENNIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 4, 1825. Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; 
M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 1832; priest (Chichester) 1833. V. 
of Laughton, Sussex, 1845-71. Lived latterly at Hastings, 
without cure. Disappears from Crockford, 1878. 

CHARLTON, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 
1861. Of Cheshire. [S. of James. B. at Stockport, Cheshire. 
Bapt. Apr. 30, 1843.] MigTated to St John's, Oct. II, 1862; 
matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1S66. Brother of James (1864). 

CHARLTON, FRANCIS LECHMERE. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
Peterhouse, May 3, 1818, from Oxford. Matric. (Christ 
Church) Jan. 29. 1811, age 20. 2nd s. of Nicholas [Lechmere], 
of Ludford, Heref. B. 1790. Matric. Easter, 1818. Of 
Ludford, Heref. Died s.p. 1857. (7". A. Walker, 403; Charles 
J. Robinson, Mansions and Castles of Hereford, 18S; Burke, 
Ext. Bart.) 

CHARLTON, HERBERT JOHN UNDERHILL. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 1. 1874. Of Suffolk. S. of Samuel 
(1843), clerk, of Friday Bridge vicarage, near Wisbech, Cambs. 
B. Nov. 21, 1855, at Gazeley. School, Felsted. Matric. 
Michs. 1S74; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon, 187S; priest, 1879; C. of Nottingham, 187S-80. C. 
of Homsey, 1880-4. R - OI Coveney, Cambs., 1884-9. R - °* 
Winterbourne Came with Winterbourne Farringdon, Dorset, 
1889-96. C. of West Bromwich, 1897-8. C. of Northwood, 
Hanlev, Staffs., 1898-1925. R. of Grindon, Staffs., 1927-30. 
Living at Hastings, in 1932. Died there Dec. 27, 1937, aged 
82. [Felsted Sch. Reg.; The Times, Dec. 29, 1937.) 

CHARLTON, 1LSLEY WILLIAM. Matnc. Non-Coll. Michs. 1882. 
Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 1, 1884. S. of Thomas. 
B. at Greet, Salop. B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 
1886; priest (London) 1887; C. of Stepney, 1886-8. Mis- 
sionary (C.M.S.) in India, 18S9-1904 and 1924-9. V. of 
Holy Trinity, Calcutta, 1898-1902. V. of Snettisham, 
Norfolk, 1910-24. V. of Walpole, Suffolk, 1929-33. R. of 
Wanlip, Leics., 1933-4-. Disappears from Crockford, 1935. 

CHARLTON, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 1864. 
S of James. B. at Stockport, Cheshire. Bapt. July 14, 1846. 
Matnc. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. l87r. Brother of 
Daniel (1861). 

CHARLTON. NICHOLAS JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 
28,1866. S. of Thomas Broughton (1834). B. Sept. 21, 1847, 
at Chilwell, Notts. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866. Of 
Chilwell, Notts. J. P. for Leics. and Notts. Twice married. 
Died 1892. (Burke, L.G.) 

CHARLTON, OSWIN JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1890. 3rd 
s. of Edward, M.D., deceased, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. 
there Aug. 20, 1871. School, Oratory, Birmingham (Rev. J. 
Norris). Matric. Michs. 1S90; B.A. and LL.B. (Law Trip., 
1st Class) 1894; M.A. and LL.M. 1925. Adm. Solicitor, Oct. 
1898. Of 16. Eldon Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, in 1938. 
Married and had issue. [Venn, 11. 512; Burke, L.G., 1937; 
Law List, 1938.) 

CHARLTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 6, 1845. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1850. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Oxford) 1849; P.C. of Kingsdown, Kent, 1850-62. R. of 
Althorpe, Lines., 1862-92. Died Aug. 20, 1892, aged 74. 
[Tlie Guardian, Aug. 31, rSg2.) 

CHARLTON, RODERICK LINDSAY MURRAY. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1898. S. of William Forster. B. July 25, 
1880, at Speke, Lanes. School, Liverpool College. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; LL.B. 1902. Barrister (Lincoln's 
Inn) 1905. Occurs in Law List. 1938. 

CHARLTON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 27, 1S16. 
3rd s. of Thomas (1775), Esq., of Chilwell, Notts. School. 
Nottingham (Mr Blanchard). Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 
1822; M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (York) July 14, 1822; priest, 
Dec. r9, 1824; C. of Ratcliff-on-Soar, 1822. Probably C. 
of Postling and Elham Union, Kent, c. 1842 3. In Clergy 
List, 1844-fi, without cure. 



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Chartley, George Townshend 



CHARLTON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 25, 1843. 
S. of Samuel, land-agent. B. June 16, 1819, at West Brom- 
wich, Staffs. School, Rugelev (Rev. T. Bonney). Ma trie. 
Miens. 1843; Scholar, 1846; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. 
deacon, 184S; priest (Ely) 1849; C. of Coveney, 1S4S-52. C. 
of Gazeley and Kentford, 1852-6. C. of Bottisham with 
Bottisham Lode, Cambs., 1856-60. P.C. of Fridav Bridge, 
1860-77. R. of Tvdd St Giles, 1877-82. Died Mar. 19, r8S2, 
aged 62. Father of Herbert J. U. (1874). 

CHARLTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 24, 1775. Of Chilwell, Notts. [S. and h. of Thomas, 
of Breaston, Derbs. B. 1757.] Matric. Lent, 1776. Suc- 
ceeded his father at Chilwell, July 28, 1798. Lieut-Col., 
Notts. Militia. Married Anne, dau. of Samuel Chibcock, of 
Chilwell. Died Aug. 28, rSo8. Father of S. (1816J. (Burke, 
L.G., 1925.) 

CHARLTON, THOMAS BROUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. rS, 1834. [S. and h. of William, of Chilwell, Notts. B. 
Aug. 15, 1S15. School, Eton.] Matric. Miens. 1834. Of Chil- 
well Hall, Notts. J.P. D.L. High Sheriff, 1879. Married 
Fanny Dora, dau. of John Walter, of Bearwood, Berks., 
Aug. 1, 1843. Died Jan. 17, 1886. Father of Nicholas J. 
(1866). (Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

CHARLTON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 4, 1S33. [S. of William Henry, V. of Felmingham, 
Norfolk. B. Dec. 17, 1S14.J School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1833; Scholar, rS34; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1841. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1838; priest (Peterb.) 1839; R. of St 
George's with St Paul's, Stamford, Lines., 1840-S. R. of 
Easton, 1848—74. Domestic Chaplain to the Marquis of 
Exeter, 1846. Married Sarah, dau. of T. H. Jackson, solicitor, 
of Stamford, May 17, 1S43. Author, biographical. Died 
May 2, 1874. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

CHARNLEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 29, 
1863. S. of Rowland, ironmonger, of Lancaster. B. there. 
Bapt. Julv 2, 1S45. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar; B.A. {8th 
Wrangler) 1S67; M.A. 1S70; M.D. 1875; M.C. 1878. Assistant 
Master at Wellington College, 1866-9. L.S.A. 1873. M.R.C.S. 
(London) 1878. Sometime Surgeon to the Central London 
Ophthalmic Hospital and other institutions in London. 
Hon. Oculist and Aurist to the Croesnewydd Hospital, 
Wrexham. Surgeon to the Shropshire Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hospital. Consulting Surgeon to the Montgomeryshire 
Infirmary. Died July 30, 1900, aged 55, at Hardwicke House, 
Shrewsbury. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; The Eagle.) 

CHARNOCK, EDMUND [GEORGE], Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Dec. ^o, 1790. B. at Wakefield, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1791; 
B.A. 1795- Ord. priest (York) Oct. 14, 179S. R. of Frinton, 
Essex, 1801-18. 

CHARNOCK, JOHN. M.A. 1S42, incorp. from Oxford. See Al. 
Oxon. for his degrees and career. 

CHARNOCK, THOMAS BROOKSBANK. M.A. 1826. incorp. from 
Oxford. See Al. Oxon. for his degrees and career. 

CHAROON, SAKTI KRISTAKARA, Prince. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 13, 1S93. S. of Prince Nares. B. July 2, 1875, 
at Bangkok, Siam. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1896. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 30, 
1894. Called to the Bar, 1898. Of Bangkok. Died Oct. 5, 
1928. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CHARRETIE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 24, 1803. 
Doubtful if resided. S. of Thomas. One of these names adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Apr. 22, 1803, as 's. and h. of Philip, 
Esq., of Upper Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square.* 

CHARRIERE, WILLIAM COOKE. Adm. sizar at Christ's, 
June 27, 1824. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1836. 
Living at Oxford, 1829. (Peile, n, 416.) 

CHARRINGTON, CYRIL NORMAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1885. 6th s. of Spencer, Esq. B. [July 22, 1866] 
at Ilford, Essex. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Died unmarried Nov. 30, 1896, at 
Ware. Brother of the next and of Spencer C (1874). (Burke, 

CHARRINGTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Oct. 
1885. 5th s. of Spencer, Esq. B. [Mar. 27, 1865] at Gt 
Gearies, near Ilford, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; 
M.A. 1&92. Of Castlemans, Twyford, Berks. Married and 
had issue. Died July n, 1928, aged 63. Brother of the above, 
etc. (Burke, L.G.; The Times, July 12, 1928.) 

CHARRINGTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, r875. 
S. of John, head of the firm of Charrington, Sells, Dale and 
Co. (now Charrington, Gardner, Lockett and Co. Ltd.), 
which firm he entered in 1880; subsequently chairman. 
B. at Clapton, May 17, 1856. School, Haileybury, of which 
he eventually became a governor. Matric. Michs. 1875; 



B.A. 1879; M.A. 1885. Hon. Fellow of Magdalene, 1936. 
Of Shenley Grange, St Albans, Herts. J.P. Married and had 
issue. As a young man became interested in prints, and 
expert in the investigation of early examples. In 1910 
became the first Honorary Keeper of the Prints at the 
Fitz william Museum, Cambridge, where he undertook the 
examination of the whole collection of prints. Published, in 
1923, a catalogue of the 'Mezzotints after, or said to be after, 
Rembrandt'; undertook exhaustive researches in connection 
with the Pepys Library at Magdalene College, and published 
in 1936 a 'Catalogue of the engraved portraits in the library 
of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S., now belonging to Magdalene 
College.' Few other people, if any, could have accomplished 
the Pepys Library catalogue, involving, as it did, the identifi- 
cation of hundreds of portraits without any title. In 1933 
presented to the Fitz william Museum a great collection of 
engraved portraits, now housed in the new Print Room 
built at his cost. Made many important gifts of early printed 
books to Cambridge University Library. Was always proud 
to be known as 'A great lover of Cambridge.' Died Feb. 24, 
*939. aged 82, at Shenley. (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Kelly, 
Handbook; The Times, Feb. 25, 1939; Cambridge Review, 
Mar. 3, 1939.) 

CHARRINGTON, SPENCER CALMEYER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Feb. 28, 1S74. S. and h. of Spencer, of Gt Gearies, 
Ilford, Essex. B. there Oct. 14, 1854. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B.A. 1S78; M.A. 1881. Of Winchfield, Hants.; Lord of the 
Manor. Lieut., Hants. Carabineers, Imperial Yeomanry. 
Married and had issue. Died Feb. 26, 1930, at Winchfield. 
Brother of Cyril N. (1885), etc. (Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
Feb. 27, 1930.) 

CHART, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 1887. 
S. of Henry John, of 9, New Road, Brighton. B. Apr. 30, 
1868, at Brighton. School, Brighton (Mr Creak). Matric. 
Michs. 1S87; B.A. 1S90. Served in the Great War (Lieut., 
R.F.A. and Ministry of Munitions). (Univ. War List.) 

CHARTER, JAMES ORD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1890- 
S. of James, master of Belle Vue House School, Norwich, B- 
June r4, 1871. School, Belle Vue House. Matric. Michs- 
1890; Scholar; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1898. Assistant Master of 
Llandudno School, in 1908. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1908.) 

CHARTERIS, The Hon. ALFRED WALTER. Adm pens, at 
Trinity, July 3, 1S66. 3rd s. of Francis, Earl of Wemyss. 
B. June 2, 1847, at Gosford, Haddingtons. School, Radley. 
Matric. Michs. 1866. Entered the Army (71st Regt., 1869; 
Coldstream Guards, 1871; served in the Ashanti War, 1873; 
Lieut., attached to the staff of General Sir Garnet Wolseley). 
Died Nov. 24, 1873, of fever and dysentery*, at sea, off the 
Gold Coast, on his way home. (Radley Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B., sub Wemyss.) 

CHARTERS, ALFRED ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1884. S. of Robert Henry (1847), V. of Kirton-in- 
Lindsey, Lines. B. Sept. 5, 1865, at Gainsborough. School, 
Fettes College (Dr A. W. Potts). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1891. Head Master of West House School, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, in 1899; of Westerleigh School, St 
Leonards-on-Sea, in 1909. Of Baltenhurst Farm, Stonegate, 
Ticehurst, Sussex, in 1933. (Fettes Coll. Reg.) 

CHARTERS, JAMES. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, July 8, 1773. S. of James, tradesman, of Eton, Bucks. 
Bapt. Apr. n, 1754, at Eton. Matric. Easter, 1773; B.A. 
177S; M.A. 1781. Fellow, 1776-83. Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 
23, 1777. as Chartres. Under Master at Rugby School, 1778- 
87. V. of Broad Chalke, Wilts., 17S2-4. V. of West Haddon, 
Northants., 1784-1823. Head Master of the Free Grammar 
School at Atherstone, Warws., c. 1787-1817. V. of St Mary's 
Godmanchester, Hunts., 1806-23. Died Sept. 1, 1823, at 
Warboys, Hunts,, of an apoplectic fit. (Eton Coll. Reg.) 

CHARTERS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 1, 
1879. S. and h. of George, Esq., of Craigavach, near Belfast, 
B. there. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1879- 
Died Feb. 22, 1887, at Ipswich. (Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

CHARTERS, ROBERT HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 22, 1847. Of Northumberland. S. of Robert. B. May 
19, 1830, at Grand River, Port Louis, Mauritius. [School. 
Sedbergh.J Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1852; B.A. (27^ 
Wrangler) 1853. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Ripon) 1S54; 
Mathematical Master at Sedbergh School, 1853-6. Second 
Master at Walsall Grammar School, Staffs., 1856-8. Head 
Master of Gainsborough Grammar School, Lines., 1859-74. 
V. of Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lines., 1874-1911. Surrogate, dio. 
of Lincoln, 1874-1911. Died Apr. 19, 1911, aged 81. Father 
of Alfred R. (1884). (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Crock/otd; R. F. 
Scott.) 

CHARTLEY, GEORGE TOWNSHEND, Lord FERRARS of, 
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Chase, Arthur Pelham 

CHASE, ARTHUR PELHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. n, 
1877. S. of Septimus Lloyd (1838), clerk, 'of St Andrew's 
rectory, London." B. Mar. 11, 185S, at Melbourne, Australia. 
Bapt. there May 2, 1858. School, Carlton College, Melbourne 
(Mr Neighbour). Matric. Michs. 1877. Returned to Australia. 
At Trinity College, Melbourne; B.A. (Melbourne) 1884. Ord. 
deacon (Melbourne) 18S5; priest, 1886; C. of St Stephen's, 
Richmond, 1885. Minister of Sorrento, Victoria, 1886-90. 
V. of Eltham, Victoria, 1890-6. V, of Gisborne, 1896-1902. 
V. of St Stephens, Elsternwick, 1902-19. C. of Panton Hill, 
Melbourne cho., 1919-25. C. of St John's, Toorak, 1925-S; 
retired. Married, at Elsternwick, Victoria, Marian Eliza, 
dau. of Theyre Weigall, of Elsternwick, Oct. 12, 1886. Of 
294, William's Road, Toorak, Victoria, in 1939 {Vis. of 
England and Wales, Add., v; Crockford, 1939.) 

CHASE, CHARLES FREDERIC. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Trinity 
Hall, June 10, 1841. S. of Samuel, Esq., of Reading, Berks. 
[B. Oct. 27, 1816, at Cambridge.] Matric. Michs. 1841; 
Scholar, 1842; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1845; priest, 1846; C. of Sapcote, Leics., 1846-52. R. of St 
Andrew-by- the- Wardrobe and St Anne's, Blackfriars, 
London, 1852-86. Died July 28, 1886, aged 69, at St 
Andrew's rectory. Buried at Kensal Green. Brother of 
Septimus L. (1838) and James C. (1838); father of Frederic 
H. (1871). (Hennessy; Vis. of England and Wales, 5; Clergy 
List.) 

CHASE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 24, 1869. Of Berks. [S. of Henry John Neale, clerk, of 
Cheltenham, Gloucs. B. there May 3, 1850. Schools, Ton- 
bridge and Cheltenham College.] Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
1873; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1873; priest (Salisbury) 1874; 
C. of Wootton-Bassett, 1873-5. C. of Christ Church, Weston- 
super-Mare, 1875-80. V. of Bishops Lydeard, Somerset, 
1880-2. V. of Ambleside, Westmorland, 1882-91. V. of 
St Minver, Cornwall, 1891-1903. R. of St Mark's Tey, Essex, 
1903-7- V. of Woodbury-Salterton, Devon, 1909-17. Lived 
latterly at Old Croft, Shalford, Guildford. Died there June 
17, 1924. Father of the next. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Tun- 
bridge Sch. Reg.) 

CHASE, CORRIE DENEW. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 1, 1897. 
S. of Charles Henry (above), V. of St Minver, Cornwall. 
B. Aug. 12, 1878, at Weston-super-Mare. School, Blundell's, 
Tiverton (Mr Francis). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 

1904. Assistant Master at Woodbridge School, Suffolk, 1900- 
3, At Heidelberg, Germany, 1903-4; at Paris, 1904-3; at 
Campbell College, Belfast, 1905-. Served in the Great War 

iCapt., Royal Irish Fusiliers; mentioned in despatches; M.C.). 
Subsequently returned to Campbell College, Belfast; Senior 
Modern Language Master there, 1932-. (Vis. of England 
and Wales, v; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-s; Univ. War 
List.) 

CHASE, FREDERIC ALLISTON. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1898. S. and h. of Frederic Henry (next), D.D. B. June n, 
1879, at Sherborne. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon, 1903; priest (Rochester) 
1904; Missioner at the College Mission, Walworth, 1903-8. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely, 1905-24. R. of Fincham, 
Norfolk, 1908-22. Rural Dean, 1914-18. Chaplain to the 
Forces, during the Great War, 1918-19. R. of Gunthorpe 
with Bale, 1922-30. Rural Dean of Holt, 1927-30. V. of 
North Walsham with Antingham, 1930-9-. (Crockford, 
1939.) 

CHASE, FREDERIC HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 
12, 1871. S. of Charles Frederic (1841), R. of St Andrew- 
by- the -Wardrobe, Blackfriars, London. B. there Feb. 21, 
1853. School, King's College. Matric. Michs. 1872; Scholar, 
1872; Powvs Medal, 1875; B.A. {qth Classic) 1876; M.A. 
1880; Prizeman, 1884. B.D. 1891; D.D. 1895. Hon. Fellow, 

1905. College Chaplain, 1882. Lecturer in Theology, 1893- 
1901. Fellow of King's College, London, 1896. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1S76; pru'st (Salisbury) 1877; C. of Sherborne, 
Dorset, 1876-9. C. of St Michael's, Cambridge, 1879-84. 
Lecturer in Divinity at Pembroke, 1881-90. Tutor of the 
Clergy Training College, Cambridge, 1SS4-7; Principal, 
1887-1901. Hulsean Lecturer, 1900. Norrisian Professor of 
Divinity, 1901-5. Lady Margaret's Preacher, 1905-12. 
President of Queens', 1901-6. V ice-Chancellor, 1902-4. 
Bishop of Ely, 1905-24; resigned. President of the Church 
Congress Meeting at Cambridge, 1910. Assisted in the 
Revision of the Book of Common Prayer. Author, theo- 
logical. Died Sept. 23, 1925. M.I. in Ely Cathedral. Father 
of the above. (Peile, 11. 619; D.N.B.) 

CHASE, JAMES COMPIGNE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Dec. 12, 
1838. [2nd s. of Samuel, attorney, of Derngate, Northamp- 
ton, afterwards of Reading, Berks., and Louisa, dau. of 
Michael Compigne, of Northampton.] B. Sept. 7, 1811, at 



Chater, Ernest Frederick 

Cambridge. School, Mill Hill. Matric. Easter, 1839; B.A. 
1843; M.A. 1847. Chaplain of Maidstone Union Workhouse, 
1844. Author, Mission and Destiny of France; Letter to 
Protestants of Reading; Last Days of the Church. Died Feb. 
22, 1890, at Reading. Buried there. Brother of Charles F. 
(1841), etc. (Mill Hill Sck. Reg.; Vis. of England and Wales, 
v.) 

CHASE, SEPTIMUS LLOYD. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 10, 
1838. [S. of Samuel, Esq., of Reading, Berks. B. July 1;, 
1819, at Wellingborough, Northants. School, Oakham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 30, 1838; 
B.A. 1842; M.A. 1848. Ord. deacon, 1843; priest (Norwich) 
1844; C. of Bergh-Apton, Norfolk, 1843-7. Held curacies in 
the dio. of Melbourne, Australia, 1850-77. V. of St John's, 
Melbourne, 1877-95. Canon of Melbourne Cathedral, 1879- 
95. Died Aug. 3, 1S95, at Melbourne. Buried there. Brother 
of the above, etc., and father of Arthur P. (1877). (Vis. of 
England and Wales, v.) 

CHASTEL DE BOINVILLE, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Nov. 8, 1842. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 
1847; M.A. 1852. Of Lorraine House, Plymouth, and of 
Dilwyn, Heref. Died May ir, 1898, aged 75- Buried at 
Diiwyn. (R. F. Scott; The Times, May 13, 1898.) 

CHASTEL DE BOINVILLE, AUBREY. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1886. [S. of William, V. of Burton, West- 
morland. B. there Aug. 14, 1868. School, Marlborough.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 
1892 ; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1893 ; C. of Holy 
Trinity, Cheltenham, 1892-4. On the special clergy staff 
(Bishop of Carlisle) 1895-6. Held other curacies, 1896-1906. 
P.C. of Pottemewton, Yorks., 1906-10. V. of .Ml Saints', 
Gloucester, 1910-21. V. of St John's, Windermere, 1921-37. 
Of Holly Cottage, Manor Road, Verwood, Dorset, in 1939. 
Doubtless brother of the next. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1939.) 

CHASTEL DE BOINVILLE, BASIL WILLIAM. Matric. Non- 
Coil, from Ayerst H. Michs. 18S4. [Doubtless s. of William, V. 
of Burton, Westmorland.] Adm. at Corpus Christi, Jan. 16, 
1885; of Surrey; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Sodor 
and Man) 1889; priest, 1890; C. of Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man, 
1889-91. R. of Fethard, 1891-1904. V. of St Peter's, Pieler- 
maritzburg, 1904-14. R. of Tipperary, 1914-20; Rural Dean 
there, 1916-20. Canon and Precentor of Cashel Cathedal, 
1915-20. V. of Norton, Radnors., 1920-5. R. of Oxwich with 
Nuholaston, 1925-6; with Penrice, 1926-33. Rural Dean 
of West Gower, 1930-40. V. of Heyope, Radnors., 1933-40. 
Died June 22, 1943. Doubtless brother of the above. 
(Crockford, 1939; The Times, June 25, 1943.) 

CHASTEL DE BOINVILLE, FRANCISCO SOLANO. Adm. pens. 
at Corpus Christi, June* 15, 1842. B. in Switzerland. 
Matric. Michs. 1842. 

CHASTNEY, JOHN (i777), see CHESTNEY. 

CHATAWAY, HENRY MILWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel. 
May 19, 1879. S. of Thomas Eagle (1847), R. of Peckleton, 
Leics. B. Aug. r, 1859. [School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Apr. 22, 1884, age 24. Called to the Bar, rS87. (Repton Sch. 
Reg.) 

CHATAWAY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Clare, c. May, 1846. 
S. of James (and Catharine Hopkins]. B. 1827. Matric. 
Michs. 1846; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1852; 
priest (Worcester) 1853. V. of Wartling, Sussex, 1856-66. 
C of Heckfield, Hants., 1866-70. R. of Rotherwick, Hants., 
1870-95; resigned. Resided latterly at 14, Selwyn Gardens, 
Cambridge. Married and had issue. Died there Jan. 8, 1907. 
Buried at Rotherwick. Brother of the next. (The Times, 
Jan. 9, 1907; R. F. Scott; A. Hudleston.) 

CHATAWAY, THOMAS EAGLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 5, 1847. S. of James (and Catherine Hopkins). Matric. 
Michs. 1S47; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon, 1854; 
priest (Worcester) 1855; C. of Malvern Link, 1854-7. C. of 
Ecton, Northants., 1857-64. R. of Peckleton, Leics., 1864- 
94. Died Nov. 6, 1894, aged 68. Brother of the above. 
Father of Henry M. (1879). (Crockford; The Standard, 
Nov. 9, 1894.) 

CHATE, WALTER JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. r, 1897. S. of 
Major Augustus Charles Winstanley, surveyor of Customs, of 
Breda Park, Belfast. B. July 21. 1877, at Liverpool. School, 
Merchant Taylors', Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1897. 

CHATER, AUGUSTINE BARRETT. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1892. Chartered Accountant. Of 21, Hartington 
Grove, Cambridge. Died August 15, 1941. 

CHATER, ERNEST FREDERICK. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 
1882; LL.B. 1884. 



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Chater, William Adams 

CHATER, WILLIAM ADAMS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 7, 
1880. S. of William George. B. in Cambridge. School, Perse. 
(F. W. Heppenstall). Matric. Michs. 1S80; Scholar, iS8i; 
B.A. 1884. Became a schoolmaster; subsequently took up 
journalism as a profession. Sometime on The Daily Graphic. 
New York Correspondent of The Standard and Pall Mall 
Gazette. Living at 224, Ovington Avenue, Bay Ridge, 
Brooklyn, New York, in 1911. Killed Jan. 12, 1915, during a 
gale at Brooklyn, being blown from a pier at the foot of 
Sixty-ninth Street. (Peile, 11. 677; The Times, Apr. 17, 
I9I5.) 

CHATFIELD, ALLEN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, {age 19) at 
Trinity, Dec. 30, 1826. S. of Robert (1795). clerk. B. Oct. 2, 
180S, at Chatteris, Cambs. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1827; Scholar, 1829; Bell scholar, 1830; B.A. 
(6th Classic) 1831; M.A. 1836. Ord. deacon (Rochester, 
Lilt. dim. from Ely) June 17, 1832; priest (Rochester) 1833; 
C. of Chatteris, Cambs., 1S32. V. of Shudy Camps, Cambs., 
1833-4. V. of Stotfold, Beds., 1833-47. V. of Much Marcle, 
Heref., 1S47-96. V. of Yatton, Gloucs., 1847-96. Rural 
Dean of Ross, 1S50-81. Married Anne Cecilia, dau. of Major 
Abraham Comberbatch Sober, King's 1st Dragoon Guards, 
and of Stonehouse, Sussex, June 25, 1833. A classical scholar 
of some repute. Author, Metrical translation into English of 
Hymns and Songs of Greek Bishops of the Early Byzantine 
period; Songs and Hymns of the Earliest Greek Christian 
poets, translated into English verse, etc. Died Jan. 10, 1896, 
at .Much Marcle. Brother of Robert M. {1823) etc. (Boase, 
iv. Suppl.; The Times, Jan. 14, 1896.) 

CHATFIELD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 28, 1771. Of 
Sussex. [S. of John, LL.B., R. of Balcombe. B. c. 1755.] 
Matric. Lent, 1774; LL.B. 1778. R. of Balcombe, 1779-1819. 
R. of Southease, 17S0-1S05. R. of Ardingley, 1805-19. Held 
the Manor of Chiddingly, ais Byrche, in 1783. Died Nov. 12, 
1819, aged 63. M.I. at Balcombe. Brother of John {1763) and 
father of the next. {Cant. Act Bk.; J. Comber, Sussex 
Genealogies.) 

CHATFIELD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 21, 1808. S. 
of Henry (above), clerk. School, Uckneld. Matric. Lent, 
1811. Died Dec. 26, 1811, aged 19. M.I. at Balcombe. 
(Sussex Genealogies.) 

CHATFIELD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 10, 1763. Of 
Sussex. [S. and h. of John, LL.B., R. of Balcombe, Sussex.] 
Matric. Lent, 1766. Died June 4, 1769, aged 27. M.I. at 
Balcombe. Brother of Henry (1771). (Sussex Genealogies.) 

CHATFIELD, JOHN KYRLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
1893. S. of Kyrle Mitford [Director of Public Instruction, 
Bombay Presidency, 1873-96; of Much Marcle, Heref.] B. 
Nov. ii, 1873, at Poona, India. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1896; LL.B. 1897; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 1901 ; priest 
(Wakefield) 1902; C. of Sandal Magna, 1901-3. Held various 
curacies to 1912. V. of Viney Hill, 1912-14. V. of St 
Katharine's, Northampton, 1914-21. Chaplain at Utrecht, 
1921-9. Chaplain of St Peter's, Port Town Hospital, Guern- 
sey, 1931-3. R. of Langar with Barnston, Notts., 1935-9-. 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

CHATFIELD, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 29, 
1795- Of Middlesex. [S. and h. of Robert, of Croydon, 
Surrey. B. Oct. 2, 1775, in London.] Matric. Michs. 1795; 
Scholar, 1796; LL.B. 1805; LL.D. 1811. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Sept. 15, 1796. Ord. deacon (Ely, Litt. dim. from 
Gloucester) Mar. 15, 1801; priest (Ely) June 4, 1803; V. of 
Chatteris, Cambs., 1803-45. J. P. for the Isle of Ely and 
Cambs. Married Susannah, dau. of William Money, of 
Homme, Heref., and Whet ham, W T ilts., July 17, 1800, at 
Much Marcle. Gave £50 towards rebuilding the College after 
the fire in 1811. Died Sept. 10, 1853, aged 77, at Brighton. 
Buried at Hove. Father of the next, Thomas K. E. (1824), 
and Allen W. (1826). (Sussex Genealogies; G. Mag.) 

CHATFIELD, ROBERT MONEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 5, 1823. S. and h. of Robert (above), clerk. 
B. Nov. 3, 1804, at Brighton. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1823; Scholar, 1826; B.A. (5th Classic) 1827; M.A. 
1831. Ord. deacon, 1828; priest (Sodor and Man) 1829; V. of 
Wilsford with Woodford, Wilts., 1830-82. Married Anna 
Maria, dau. of Thomas Jesson, of Hill Park, Kent, June 18, 
1829. Author, theological. Died Sept. 21, 1882, aged 78. 
Brother of the next, etc. (J. Comber, Sussex Genealogies.) 

CHATFIELD, THOMAS KYRLE ERNLE[Y]. Adm. pens, (age 
20) at Trinity, Dec. 18, 1824. 2nd s. of Robert (1795), clerk. 
B. Mar. 14, 1806, at Chatteris, Cambs. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar, 1827; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 18, 1827, as 'Thomas K. 
Ernie (sic), 2nd s. of Thomas (sic), LL.D., clerk of Chatteris, 
Cambs.'; no call. Died July 13, 1835, at Chatteris. Brother 
of Allen W. (1826), etc. 



Chauvel, Arthur Robinson 

CHATTERJEE, ATUL CHANDRA. Adm. at Kinc.'s, Oct. 7, 
1893, S. of Hem Chandra, of 13, Shampooker Street, Cal- 
cutta. B. Nov. 24, 1874. Schools, Calcutta, Hare [Si 
and Presidency College; Government scholar. Matric. Michs. 
1S93; Exhibitioner, 1894; Prizeman; B.A. 1895; Bhaonagar 
medallist, 1S97. Returned to India, 1897; Assistant Magi- 
strate; Joint Magistrate, and Magistrate and Collector in 
various districts of the United Provinces, 1897-1906. Regis- 
trar of Co-operative Societies, U.P., 1912-16. Secretary to 
the Government of the United Provinces, 1917-18; Chief 
Secretary, 1919. Industries Secretary to the Government of 
India, 1921. Industries and Labour Member of the Viceroy's 
Executive Council, 1923. High Commissioner for India in 
London, 1925-31. A member of the Council of India, 1931-6. 
CLE., 1919. K.C.I.E., 1925. K.C.S.I., 1930. G.C.I.E., 1933. 
Of 42, Grosvenor Gardens, London, S.W. and of Withdean, 
Weybridge, Surrey. Twice married and had issue. Author, 
Notes on the History of the United Provinces, etc. (King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; India Office List, 1939.) 

CHATTERJEE, GOLAK NATH. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1879. 
Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 27, 1879. S. of Kali Chum. 
B. Mar. 23, 1863, at Jalander, Punjab. School, Hoshiarpur 
Government. Scholar, 1880; B.A. 1883. Assistant Professor 
at the Government College of Lahore; Senior Professor, 1902 ; 
there in 1911. {Peile, 11. 671.) 

CHATTO, JAMES THOMAS CHIPPERFIELD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Oct. 7, 1874. Of 7, Granville Square, London. 
S. of Robert [V. of Rockneld, Monm., 1845; died Feb. 9, 
1867, in London]. B. Apr. 30, 1854, in London. [School, 
Wellington College.] Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 
1881. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (York) 1879; C. of Coatham, 
1878-81. Assistant Master of Coatham High School, 1879- 
81. V. of Caundle Stourton, Dorset, 1880-6. C. of St Columb 
Major, Cornwall, 1884-5. V. of Ramsgill, Yorks., 1886-7. V. 
of St Cuthbert's, Thetford, Norfolk, 1888. R. of Kirklington, 
Cumberland, 1889-91. V. of East Kennett, Wilts., 1896- 
1900. R. of Blunden St Andrew, 1900-7. Resided latterly 
at Swindon. Editor of several Chess Magazines. Died Feb. 
n, 1907, aged 51. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 13, 1907; 
Wellington Coll. Reg.) 

CHAUDHURI, AMIYA NATH. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898. 
S. of Durgadas, of Haripur, Pubna, Bengal. School, Pre- 
sidency College, Calcutta. Matric. Easter, 1898; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1901. Probably brother of the next. 

CHAUDHURI, ASUTOSH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 
1881. S. of Durgadas [Zemindar of Rajshye]. B. June 11, 
1859. School, Presidency College, Calcutta (Mr J. Elliot). 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. Admitted at the Middle 
Temple, Jan. 13, 1883. Called to the Bar, 1886. Advocate 
of the Calcutta High Court, 1886-1911; subsequently senior 
Judge (the first Hindu to be appointed Judge of the Court), 
1912-20. President of the Bengal National Conference, 1904. 
Founded the Bengal Landholders' Association in Calcutta; 
Hon. Secretary for many years. One of the founders of 
the Calcutta National College. Fellow of Calcutta University. 
Knighted. Author, mathematical, etc. Died May 23, 1924, 
at Ballygunge, Calcutta. Probably brother of the above. 
(The Eagle; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

CHAUNCEY, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
July 3, 1797. S, of Charles (above), R. of Ayot St Peter, 
Herts. B. June 4, 1778, at Ayot Mount Fichet, Herts. 
School, Compton. Matric. Michs. 1797; Scholar; B.A. 1801; 
M.A. 1804. C. of Kimpton, Herts., c. 1805-35. V. of St 
Paul's Walden, Herts., 1814-35. Married Rebecca Ann, dau. 
of Thomas Crawley, of Welwyn, Herts.. Aug. n, 1806. Died 
Mar. 20, 1835, aged 57. Buried at Kimpton. M.I. (T. A. 
Walker, 369; Cussans, 11, Pt 1. 133.) 

CHAUNCY, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 22, 1753. S. and h. of Arthur [painter, of Kensington, 
Middlesex, and of Hoxne, Suffolk. B. June 6, 1733, in 
London. Bapt. June 7, 1733, at St Paul's, Covent Garden]. 
Matric. Easter, 1754; B.A. 1757; M.A. 1786. C. of Ayot St 
Peter, Herts., 1758; R. there, 1766-1804. Married Susannah, 
dau. of Thomas Caton, of Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, Sept. 28, 
1763. Died Mar. 1, 1804, at Ayot St Peter. Buried there. 
M.l. Father of the next. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 1. 24; 
Cussans, 11, Pt 11. 247.) 

CHAUVEL, ARTHUR ROBINSON. Adm. pens, {age 18) at 
Pembroke, May 22, 1776. S. and h. of James, Esq., of 
London. B. there Feb. 27, 1758. Scholar, 1776; matric. 
Michs. 1784; LL.B. 1785. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. 
from Ely] May 11, 1780; C. of Thorpe Abbots, Norfolk, 1780. 
R. of Gt Stanmore, Middlesex, 1788-1847. R. of Whitchurch, 
18x1-31. Preb. of St Paul's, 1817-47. V. (and patron) of 
Chigwell, Essex, 1833-47. Died Jan. 21, 1847, aged 88. 
(Hennessy; G. Mag.) 

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Chauvet, John Lewis 

CHAUVET, JOHN LEWIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Job* 
Juoe i, 1773. Of Middlesex. [S. and h. of Lewis, of Twicken- 
ham.] School, Eton. [Wrongly said to have been at West- 
minster School, bv Hickev.] Matric. Michs. 1776; B.A. 177S. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 13, 1775- Entered the service of 
the East India Co.; Writer (Bengal), Aug. 1, 17S0. Examiner 
in the Secretary's office, 1781. Collector, of .lellasore, 1785. 
Factor and Commissioner of the Court of Requests, 1787. 
Junior merchant, 17S8; sub-secretary in the Public Depart- 
ment, 1791; senior merchant, Judge of Dewanee, Adawlut 
and Magistrate at Sharhabad, 1793- Married Frances 
Boileau, Dec. 1, 1791. Died Aug. 14, 1794, at Shahabad. 
{Record of Old Westminsters, Suppl.; Eton Coll. Reg.) 

CHAVASSE, LEWIS THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pem- 
broke, Mar. 20, 1847. S. and h. of Thomas, surgeon, 
F.R.C.S., of Edgbaston, Birmingham. B. at Birmingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1S47, as LudovickT. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
C.Oct. 1848; B.A l85i;M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
ins--, priest (Worcester) 1S53; C. of Walmley, Warwick, 
1854-5. Held other curacies, c. 1855-61. V. of Rushall, 
Staffs., 1861-7. V. of St Saviour's, Camberwell, 1867-91. 
Died June 9, 1892, aged 63, at Bromley, Kent. (7\ A. 
Walker, 497; Crockford; The Guardian, June 15, 189:.) 

CHAVASSE, WILLIAM IZON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Apr. 19, 1854. S. and h. of Pye Henry, M.D., F.R.C.S., 
surgeon, of Birmingham. B. there June 13, 1835. School, 
King Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Gifiord). Matric. Michs. 
1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1862. V. of Kirtling, Cambs., 1861-4. 
Died Sept. 15, 1864, aged 29, at Edgbaston, Warws. (Burke, 
L.G., Irish Suppl. 19371 G. Mag., 1S64, 11. 525.) 

CHAVE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 17, 1787. 
Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 17S7. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Dec. 22, 17S9; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794. R. of St Mary Arches, 
Exeter, 1815; Priest-Vicar of the Cathedral. Married at 
Bristol Miss II. I . Summers, of Dartington. Devon, 1798. 
Died Aug. 21, 1640, aged 71. (J. .-1. Walker, 360; S( John's 
Coll. Adm., IV.) 

CHAVE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, 1821 (? 1822). S. 
and h. of George, merchant, of Exeter. B. there Sept. 18, 
1803. [School, Exeter Grammar (Dr Lempriere).] Migrated 
to Sidney, June 9, 1822; matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826. 
Secretary of the Colonial Church Society for many years. 
British Chaplain at Munich. Author, Sermons. Died Jan. 9, 
1866, at Munich. {Venn, II. 183.) 

CHAWNER, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 25, 
1771. Of Derbs. S. of Thomas, of Lees Hall, Boylston, 
Derbs., Esq. B. 1752. Matric. Easter, 177-: Scholar; LL.B. 
1778. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1775; C. of Boughton- 
Monchelsea, Kent, 1775. R. of "Church Broughton, Derbs., 
1778-1820. Died 1820. (J. B. Peace.) 

CHAWNER, CHARLES FOX. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 9, 
1825. [2nd s. of Henrv, Esq., of Newton Manor House, 
Alton, Hants.) Matric. Michs. 1825. Migrated to Corpus 
Cbristi, Mar. 1826; 'of Surrey,' B.A. 1830; M.A. 1834; 
incorp. at Oxford, 1855. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Aug. 
26, 1822. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Jan. 5, 1831. R. of 
Bletchinglev, Surrey, 1841-88. Married (1) Marion, dau. of 
Dr Richardson, R. of Dunmow, Essex, 1826 (sic) ; (2) Frances 
Sarah, dau. of Edward Boulger, M.D., 1865. Died May 25, 
[888, aged 81. Fathei "I the next. (Burke, L.G.; Al. i'\n, : 
Crockford.) 

CHAWNER, C[LAUDE] FREDERICK] FOX. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mar. 31, 1865. [S. and h. of Charles Fox (above). 
It. 1841] Died Dec. 4, 1867, aged 26, at St Michael's, 
Tenbury. (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1868, I. 118.) 

CHAWNER, DARWIN FRANK. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 27, 1854. S. of Darwin, Esq., physician, of Lincoln. 
Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon, 
1858; priest (Elv) 1859. C. of Bolnhurst, Beds., 1863-5. C. 
of Fulbeck, Lines., 1865-6. Lived there. Died 1876. {T. A. 
Walker, 508; Crockford, 1876, add.) 

CHAWNER, FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. I, 
1896. S. of Frederick, of Church Street, Uttoxeter, Staffs. 
B. Sept. 20, 1S77, at LHtoxeter. School, Rossall. Matric. 
Mi.h^. 1896; B A. 1899. 

CHAWNER, GEORGE. Adm. scholar at King's, Oct. 13, 1873. 
3rd s. of William [1840), V. of Crich, Derbs. B. Nov. 16, 
1854. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1S73; Prizeman, 1876; 
Chancellor's Medal, 1877; Porson Prize; B.A. (Class. Trip., 
tst Class) 1 1877; M.A. 1880. Fellow, 1S78. College Librarian, 
1896-1914. Classical Lecturer, 1879-96. Bequeathed books 
to the College Library. Died Apr. 27, 1914, aged 59. Brother 
of William (1867). {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHAWNER, RICHARD CROFT. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 24, 
1823. [6th s. of Rupert, M.D., of Burton -on-Trent, Staffs.] 
Matric. Michs. 1S23. Migrated to Trinity Hall, Apr. 3, 1824; 
Scholar, 1825; Civil Law, ist Class, 1825-6; LL.B. 1830. 



Chaytor, Henry 

Fellow of Trimty Hall, 1828-54. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Jan. 2, 1827. Called to the Bar, 1839. (T. C. Dale, Middle 
Temple Adm. Bk.) 
CHAWNER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 27, 
1840. S. of William, silversmith, of Hosier Lane, West 
Smithneld, London. B. Mar. 31, 1817. Matric. Michs. 1840; 
B.A. 1844. Ord. deacon, 1S43; priest (Chester) 1S44; Chap- 
lain at the Liverpool Inhrmary, 1844-5. P-C. of Hurdsfield, 
1845-9. P.C. of Hollinsclough, 1849-50. C. of Quarnford, 
1850; V. there, 1S51-5. V. of Crich, Derbs., 1855-75. After- 
wards lived at Ryde, unbeneficed. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1879. Father of the next and George (1873). 
CHAWNER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 23, 
1S67. [S. of William (above), V. of Crich, Derbs. B. there 
Feb. 1848. School, Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 1867; Ex- 
hibitioner; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. (5(4 Classic) 1871; M.A. 
1S74. Fellow, 1871. Tutor, 1875-90. Master, 1895-1911 
(first layman to be appointed). Vice-Chancellor, 1899-1901. 
Assistant Master at Winchester College, 1874. During his 
tutorship the College entered upon a period of remarkable 
gTowth; as Master, largely instrumental in establishing a 
scheme of Exhibitions for students preparing for work in 
elementary schools, in connection with the Day Training 
College. In strong svmpathy with the Reform movement in 
the University. Died Mar. 29, 1911, at Vence, Alpes Mari- 
times. Brother of George (1873). {The Times, Mar. 31 and 
Apr. 3, 1911.) 
CHAYTOR, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 18S8. 
[2nd s. of John Clervaux, of Croft, Yorks. [and of Marsh- 
lands, Spring Creek, New Zealand). B. Oct. 28, 1869]. 
School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 1888; (Law Trip., Pt I, 
ist Class, 1S90; Pt II, 1st Class, 1S92) ; B.A. and LL.B. 1S92; 
Chancellor's Medal for English Law, 1892; M.A. 1896. 
Fellow, 1894. Barrister (Inner Temple), 1894. K.C., 1914- 
Retired from the Bar, 19 16. Of Clervaux Castle, Croft; of 
Jarrow Hall, Co. Durham, where he succeeded his kinsman 
Drewett Ormonde Drewett in 1910 (but which he sold), 
and of Iridge Place, Sussex; Lord of the Manor of Etching - 
ham-cum-Salehurst. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
London Regt. (Post Office Rifles); A.D.C.; invalided home, 
1916). Married and had issue. Resided at The Hall, Croft, 
Darlington. J. P. for the N. Riding and Sussex. Author, 
Letters to a Salmon Fisher's Sons; Essays Sporting and 
Serious; Post War Manners and Fashions, etc. Died July 12, 
1931, at Croft. Brother of D'Arcy (1893). (Burke, P. anil B. 
and L.G.; The Times, July 14, 1931.) 
CHAYTOR, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Dec. 17, 1794. 2nd surviving s. of Henry (1753), °f Croft, 
Yorks. B. Jan. II, 1776, at Kirkby Stephen, Westmorland. 
Matric. Michs. 1795. Died unmarried Aug. n, 1816. (Foster, 
Yorks. Pedigrees.) 
CHAYTOR, CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM CARTER. Adm. pens. 
at Trinity, June 30, 1832. [S. and h. of John Clervaux, of 
Spennithorne Hall, Yorks. B. Feb. 18 14. School, Shrews- 
bury.] Migrated to Emmanuel, Nov. 12, 1834; matric. 
Michs. 1834. Of Spennithorne Hall, Yorks. J. P. and D.L., 
North Riding, Yorks. Married Arabella Sophia, dau. of 
Henry Darley, of Aldby Park and Spaunton Manor, Yorks., 
Nov. 1839. Died Dec. 13, 1865, aged 51, at Spennithorne 
Hall. Father of Henry (1866). {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, E.G.; G. Mag.) 
CHAYTOR, D'ARCY. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, i893- [3rd s. of 
John Clervaux, of Croft, Yorks. B. 1873] School, Nelson 
College, New Zealand. Matric. Michs. 1893. Sometime Lieut. - 
Col., R.M.; Col. (retired), of the New Zealand Military 
Forces. Served in the South African War, 1899-1901. Served 
in the Great War, 1914-18 (Lieut.-Col., Canterbury Rifles, 
New Zealand Force; Commandant, Administrative H.Q. 
Egypt; three times mentioned in despatches). C.M.G., 1918. 
C.B.E., 1919. Order of the Nile, 3rd class. Of Pooley Hall, 
Polesworth, Warws. Brother of Alfred H. (l8S8). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Who's Who, 1937.) 
CHAYTOR, EDWARD CLEREVAUX (CLERVAUX). Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Oct. 1, 1866. Of Trinidad. S. of John, Capt., 
R.E. Bapt. June 24, 1846. Matric, Michs. 1S66; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Rochester) 1876; C. 
of Radlett, 1876-84. Assistant Master at Elstree School, 
1870-90. R. of Beaudesert, Warws., 1890-1900. V. of Hoik - 
ham, Norfolk, 1900-13. R. of Egrnere with Waterden, 
1910-13. Lived latterly at Southsea. Died July 29, 1932, at 
Southsea. Brother of Henry J. (1856). {Crockford; R. F. 
Scott.) 
CHAYTOR, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Mar. 23, 1753. 
S. of Henry, Esq., of Croft, Yorks. B. Nov. 14, 1734- School, 
Appleby, Westmorland. Scholar, 1753; matric. Easter, 
1754; B.A. 1757; M.A. 1760; LL.D. 1767. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
May 21, 1758; priest (Ely) Dec. 21, 1758; V. of Kirkby 
Stephen, Westmorland, 1759; there in 1774. V. of Catterick, 
Yorks., 1774-89. R. of Croft, Yorks., 1778-89. Preb. of 

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Chaytor, Henry 

Durham, 1782. Married (1) Betty Gregson, of Bondgate, 
Westmorland, May 22, 1760; (2) Anne, dau. of Charles 
Robinson, of Appleby, Westmorland, Feb. 5, 1765- Died 
June 9, 17S9. Buried at Croft. Father of Charles (1794). 
(Whitaker, Richmondshire, 1. 240-1; Surtees, Durham 
Pedigrees, II.) 

CHAYTOR, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 19, 1S66. 
2nd s. of Christopher William Carter (1832). B. Sept. 1, 
1847, at Spennithorne, Yorks. School, St Peter's, York (Mr 
Hey). Matric. Michs. 1866. Ord. deacon, 1873; priest 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1874 ; C. of Bourton-on-the-Hill with 
Moreton-in-Marsh, 1S73-7. C. of Aynhoe, Northants., 1878- 
93. Disappears from Crockford, 1902. Died May 19, 1923. 
(Burke, L.G., 1937; Foster, Baronetage, 1883.) 

CHAYTOR, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
June 28, 1S56. S. of John, Col., R.E. B. May 16, 1838, at 
Galway. School, Durham Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1856; 
B.A. 1S61; M.A. 1866. Rowing 'blue,' 1859, r86o, 1861. 
Carpet manufacturer. Of Blakebrook, Kidderminster, Worcs. 
Died Aug. 10, 1895. Brother of Edward C. (1866). (Foster, 
Yorks. Pedigrees; Cent. Hist. Univ. Boat Race.) 

CHAYTOR, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age r8) at Trinity 
Hall, May 27, T788. S. (illegit.) of William, Esq., M.P., of 
Spennythom (Spennithorne), Yorks. [B. Apr. 29, 1771] 
School, Richmond (Rev. Temple). Matric. Michs. 1790. 
High Sheriff of Durham. Created Bart., Sept. 30, 1831. 
M.P. for Sunderland, 1S32-5. Of Croft, Yorks., and of Witton 
Castle, Durham. Built Clervaux Castle. Married Isabella, 
dau. of John Carter, of Tunstall and Richmond, Yorks., 
Aug. 18, 1803. Died Jan. 28, 1847. Buried in Croft Church. 
(G.E.C., IV. 50, note (a) ; Burke, P. and B.\ Foster, Baronetage. 
1883.) 

CHEADLE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 28, 1827. Of 
Notts. [Perhaps s. of Walter, lace-manufacturer, of Shef- 
field.] Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. (13/* Wrangler) 1831; M.A. 
1837. Ord. deacon, 1831; priest (Chester) 1832. V. of 
Christ Church, Come, Lancaster, 1836-7. V. of Bingley, 
Yorks., 1837-62. Married Eliza, dau. of John Butler, of 
Ruddington, Notts. Died Feb. 2, 1862, aged 53, at South- 
port, Lanes. Perhaps brother of Thomas (1835) ; father of the 
next and Walter B. (1855). (G. Mag., 1862, 1. 379O 

CHEADLE, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1868. S. of James (above), V. of Bingley, Yorks. B. there. 
School, Forest, Walthamstow. Matric. Michs. t868; B.A. 
1873; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Chester) r872; priest, 1874; 
C. of Liverpool, 1872-5. C. of St Botolph's, Aldersgate, 
London, 1876-7. Minor Canon of Bristol, 1877-8; of West- 
minster, 1878-1908. C. of St Martin-in-the-Fields, T882-9. 
Theological Tutor at King's College, London, 1893-1908. 
Died June 27, 1908, at his residence in Little Cloisters, West- 
minster. Brother of Walter B. (r855). (Venn, n. 384.) 

CHEADLE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Nov. 24, 
1835. Of Notts. [2nd s. of Walter, lace-manufacturer, of 
Sheffield, Yorks. B. Nov. 24, 1814, at Nottingham. Schools, 
Nottingham (Mr Howard) and Arnold (Mr Howard).] Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Migrated to Sidney, Jan. 8, 1837; B.A. 1840; 
M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest, r84i; C of Hepton- 
stall, Yorks., 1843-4. C. of Dunham-cum-Membris, Notts., 
1845-65. C. of Langtoft, in r872. Disappears from Crockford, 
1874. Perhaps brother of James (1827). 

CHEADLE, THOMAS ALEC. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. S. of 
Walter Butler (next), M.D. B. Mar. 12, 1874, in London. 
Schools, Twyford and Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1893. A 
medical student at St Mary's Hospital, London. Died June 

20, 1900, at Buckingham. Brother of Walter W. (1888). 
(Venn, II. 530.) 

CHEADLE, WALTER BUTLER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Apr. 7, 1855. S. of James (1827), V. of Bingley, Yorks. B. 
Oct. r5, 1835, at Colne, Lanes. School, Bingley. Matric. 
Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; Scholar, 1861-2; M.B. 1862; M.A. 
1865; M.D. 1865. AtStGeorge'sHospital, London. F.R.C.P., 
r87o. Explored Western Canada with Viscount Milton, 
1862-4. Physician at St Mary's Hospital, 1867-1904; sub- 
sequently Senior Consulting Physician there. Physician to 
the Children's Hospital, Gt Ormond Street, 1869-92. Con- 
sulting Physician to the Ormond Street Hospital, 1875. 
Lumleian Lecturer, 1900. F.R.G.S. Author, The North West 
Passage by Land. Died Mar. 25, T910, at 19, Portman Street, 
London. Brother of John H. (1868); father of the next and 
the above. (Venn, 11. 323; D.N.B.) 

CHEADLE, WALTER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 

21, 1888. S. of Walter Butler (above), of 19, Portman Street, 
Portman Square, London. B. June 4, 1869, in London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 
1895. Resided latterly at The Grey House, Shaldon, Teign- 
mouth, Devon. Died June t4, 1935. Brother of Thomas A. 
(1893). (Camb. Univ. Reporter.) 



Cheape, Hugh Annesley 

CHEALES, ALAN BENJAMIN. Adm pens, at Christ's, June 4, 
1846. S. of John, V. of Skendleby, Lines, [died Apr. [9,1865], 

B. Mar. 25, 1828, at Wells, near Alford, Lines. Matric. Michs. 
1846; B.A. T850; M.A. 1853; Worts' Travelling Bai 
1850-3. Incorp. at Oxford, 1854 (wrongly styled Aim 
Bellingham and assigned to Caius College in Al. Oxon.). 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. r8, 1853; priest (Oxford) 1855; 

C. of Lechlade, Gloucs., 1853-4. C. of Shiplake, Berks., 1855. 

C. of Wargrave, 1855-9. P-C- of Brockham, Surrey, 1859-92. 
Chaplain to Lord Dynevor, 1870-8. Succeeded to the pro- 
perty of his uncle, the Rev. Henry Cheales, of Hagworthing- 
ham. Lines., 1890. Married Fanny Louisa, dau. of Henry 
Carnegie Knox, V. of Lechlade, Apr. 27, 1854. Resided 
latterly in Edinburgh. Author, Letters from Rome (1851), 
Vienna (1851), London (1852); Saye and Seal from Conquest 
to Commonicealth; Proverbial Folk-Lore; Reading Abbey; The 
Martyr of Reading, etc. Died June 3, 1911, aged 83, at 
Edinburgh. Buried at Hagworthingham. Father of Ralph 

D. (1888). (Burke, L.G.; Peile, 11. 497; The Times, June 6, 
1911; R. F. Scott.) 

CHEALES, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Pembroke, July 9, 
1819. 2nd s. of Benjamin, Esq., of Sleaford, Lines. B. there 
1796. Matric. Michs. r8i9; B.A. 1823. C. of Harbridge, 
Hants., in 1846; still there, 1853. Of Northend House, 
Hants. (Perhaps V. of Burton Pedwardine, Lines., 1833-7.) 
Married Julia Maria, dau. of John Offley, of Montagu Square, 
London, 1827. Died 1890. Brother of William (1809). 
(Burke, L.G., ed. 1925.) 

CHEALES, RALPH DARBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1888. 3rd s. of Alan Benjamin (1846), clerk, of Brockham 
vicarage, Reigate, Surrey. B. Mav 29, 1S69, at Reigate. 
School, Harrow. Matric. "Michs. 1888. With the East Lanes. 
Regt., 1892; served with the Chitral Relief Force, 1895, and 
in the South African War. In the Great War (Major, E. Lanes. 
Regt.; Lieut. -Col., Royal Scots; twice mentioned in de- 
spatches. O.B.E., 1917). Of Hurst Cottage, College Town, 
Camberley. Twice married and had issue. Died in the Trans- 
vaal, Dec. 23, 1942. (Burke; Univ. War List.) 

CHEALES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 22, 1772. 
Of Notts. [S. and h. of William (1731), R. of Thorpe, near 
Newark, Notts.] Matric. Michs. 1773; B.A. 1776; M.A. 1779. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1776; priest, Sept. 20, 1778. 
V. of Markham, Notts., 1782-1811. Sold the family estate of 
Hagworthingham, Lines., to his brother Benjamin Cheales, 
of Sleaford, in 1795. Married Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas 
Boys, of Wainfleet, Lines., widow of George Wright. Died 
May 7, i8rr, aged 56, at White Houses, near Retford, Notts. 
(St John's Coll. Aim., IV; G. Mag., 1811, I. 601; Lines. 
Pedigrees; Burke, L.G., 1925, where the date of death is 
wrongly given as 1818, in ed. of 1925.) 

CHEALES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 2, 1809. 
[S. and h. of Benjamin, Esq., of Sleaford, Lines.] Matric. 
Michs. 1810. Died 1824. (His father died in the same year 
according to Burke.) Brother of Henry (1819). (Burke, L.G.) 

CHEAP, (The Rev.) ANDREW. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Nov. ii, 1805; from Oxford. Matric. (Magdalen 
Hall) Nov. 21, 1800, age 25. S. of Thomas, of Bloomsbury 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1806; LL.B. 1808. V. of Knares- 
borough, Yorks., 1804. R. of Elvington, Yorks., 1809-41. 
Married Miss Foster, a sister of Mrs Stevens, author of 
religious books. Died Aug. 28, 185 r, aged 76, at Knares- 
borough. (AJ. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1851, 11. 440.) 

CHEAP, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 25, 1811. 
S. of John. B. at Calcutta. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. iSrr; Scholar, 1812; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818. Ord. 
deacon (York) Oct. 22, r8i6; priest, Dec. 2t, 1817; C. of 
Elvington. R. of Wimpole, Cambs., [818-31. V. of Riseley, 
Beds., 1825-31. Died Sept. 3, 1831. Father of the next. 
(Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1831, n. 377.) 

CHEAP, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Mar. 4, 1847. 
S. of John (above), clerk, deceased. B. at Wimpole, Cambs. 
School, Bedford. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 
1854. Ord. deacon, [851; priest (Ripon) 1852; C. of Kirkby 
Overblow. Died June 22, 1857, aged 29, at Ilkley, Yorks. 
(G. Mag., T857, 11. 223.) 

CHEAPE [post GRAY-CHEAPE], HUGH ANNESLEY. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1897. S. and h. of George Clerk, Colonel, of 
Bentley Manor, Redditch, Worcs. [and of Wellfield, Co. Fife, 
N.B.], [B. Nov. 15, 1878.] Schools, Glenalmond and Mill 
grave Castle. Matric. Michs. 1897. Served in the South 
African War (1899-1902) with Worcs. Imperial Yeomanry; 
Lieut., 4th Batt., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1903; 
Capt., 1904; Hon. Major; retired, 1913. Assumed the 
additional name of Gray, 1906, on his marriage to Mi! 
of Carse Gray, Forfarshire. J. P. for Worcs. F01 foul 
master and huntsman of the Berwickshire hounds. Served 
in the Great War (Lieut. -Col., Worcs. Yeomanry; D.S.O., 
in'.; bar, 1917; twice wounded). Drowned at 
enemy action, May 24, 1918. (Glenalmond Reg.; Jiiirke, 
L.G.) 



Chearnley, Richard 

CHEARNLEY, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Trinity, 
Apr. 26, 1825. S. of Anthony. B. at Salterbridge, Co. 
Waterford. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1825. Of Salter- 
bridge, Co. Waterford. Formerly in the 88th Regt. {Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

CHEATLE, CHARLES EDWARD GARNE. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1890. S. of Edward Charles. Esq. B. at 
Revesbv, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1890. Assistant Master at 
Hillcrest School, Swansea, for 16 years. Died Aug. 8, 1935, 
aged 65. (The Times, Aug. 10, 1935.) 

CHEERE, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 2, 
1822. 3rd s. of Charles Madryll, Esq., M.P., of Papworth 
Hall. Cambs. [B. Dec. 1805.] School, Bury. Matric. Mi hs. 
1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (London) June 6, 
1830; priest, June 5, 1S31. C. of Papworth Everard, in 1846. 
C. of Ingham and Culford, Suffolk, 1848-69. C. of Langham, 
in 1870. Succeeded to Papworth, 1867. Died Dec. 1872. 
Tombstone at Papworth. Brother of the next. (S.H.A.H.; 
Clergy List.) 

CHEERE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 10. 1822. 
Of Cambs. [2nd s. of Charles Madryll, of Papworth Hall, 
Cambs. B. Tan. 1804. School, Bury.] Matric. Michs. 1823; 
B A 1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 4, 1827; C. of 
Papworth Everard, Cambs., 1827; there in 1851. Succeeded 
to the family estates on the death of his brother, William 
Henry Cheere, Esq., of Papworth Hall. Cambs., Mar. 14, 
1867. Married Harriet Emily, dau. of John Bonfoy Rooper, 
Esq., M.P., 1834. Died Apr.' 10, 1867, aged 63, at Papworth 
Hall. Brotherof theaboveandfatherofthenext. (S.H.A.H.; 
G. Mag., 1867, I. 820.) 

CHEERE, GEORGE ROOPER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 27, 1853. S. and h. of George (above), clerk. B. 1836, 
at Chilcomb, Hants. School, Bury, Suffolk (Dr Donaldson). 
Matric. Mi<:hs. 1853. Adm. at Lincoln's Inu, Apr. 16, 1855. 
Died 1858, aged 22. Buried at Papworth. 

CHEESBOROUGH, JAMES. Adm. at Trinity, June 3, 1808; 
a 'Ten-year' man. One J. Cheesborough was V.of Northorpe, 
Lines., 1844-60 and C. of Blyton, in 1853 (P. B. G. Binnall.) 

CHEESBOROUGH, JOHN [ORRED SEWELL]. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, July q, 1829. Of Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 1820. 
The Rev. John Cheesebrough, V. of Stoak (or Stoke), Ches 
hire, 1808-25, died May 22, 1825, at Rake Hall, Cheshire; 
perhaps father of this man. (G. Mag., 1S25, I.) 

CHEESE, ALBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 
Oct. 9, 18S6. S. and h. of James Albert (1847), V. of New 
Bilton, Warws. B. May 12, 1867, at Bridge Hill, near Canter- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Assistant 
Master at Temple Grove Preparatory School, East Sheen, 
1890-1913; at Burton College, 1916-20. Afterwards of 234, 
l.i - 1 field Road, Peterborough. Brotherof the next, John E. 
(1896), etc. Died Feb. 21, 1940. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHEESE, EDWARD ALFRED. Matric. from Selwyn H., Jan. 
15, 1892. S. of James Albert (next), clerk. B. Apr. 12, 1874, 
a1 Gosforth, Cumberland. School, Rugby. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, 1 li t 1, 1893. Brother of John F.. (1S96), etc. 
(Rugby Sell. Reg.) 

CHEESE, JAMES ALBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 20, 
1847. S. of Benjamin, R. of Tendring, Essex. B. at Tendring. 
Bapt. July 18, 1829. School, Rugbv. Matric. Michs. 1847; 
Scholar, 1850; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1852; 
priest (Peterb.) 1853; C. of Crick, 1852-61. R. of Gosforth, 
Cumberland, 1861-78. V. of Moulsford, Berks., 1S7S-9. V. 
of New Bilton, Rugby, 1879-95. Author, theological. Died 
Apr. 23, 1895, aged 65. Father of the next. Albert (1886) 
and the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

CHEESE, JOHN ETHELSTAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Sept. 1, 1896. 4th s. of James Albert (above), clerk. B. 
Nov. 19, 1877, at Gosforth, Cumberland. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1932. Ord. deacon, 
1901; priest (Winchester) 1902; C. of Freshwater, Isle of 
Wight, 1901-5. Chaplain at Beyrout and Missionary in 
Jerusalem diocese, 1922-5; at Addis Ababa, Abyssinia, 
1926-8. Living at 234, Eastfield Road, Peterborough, in 
1933, with his brother Albert (18S6). Address c/o A. Cheese, 
Esq., Crossways, Moor Farm, Hereford, in 1939. (Crockford, 
I'IV(-) 

CHEESEMAN, ARTHUR LAURENCE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Sept. I, 1896. S. of Henry Jordan (next), clerk, of 
Clifton, Bristol. B. June 24, 1877, at Thornaby-on-Tees, 
Yorks. Schools, Leeds and Bristol Grammar (Mr R.Leighton). 
Matric. Michs. 1896. Served in the Great War (Capt. 9th 
Infantry Batt., South African Force.) 

CHEESEMAN, HENRY JORDAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1870. S. of Robinson, primitive Methodist minister. 
B. July 29, 1851, at Howden, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874. Ord. deacon, 1874: priest (Ripon) 1875; C. of 
Melham Mills, Yorks., 1874-6. Secretary to the Irish 
Church Missions, 1880-98. R. of Upton Lovel, Wilts., 1900- 



Chell, George [Russell] 

2. R. of Girton, Cambs., 1902-9. V. of St Andrew's, Dept- 
ford, 1909-34. Of 6, West Square, Scarborough, in 1939. 
Father of Arthur L. (1896). (Crockford, 1939) 
CHEESMAN, ALFRED ADDISON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1880. S. of George, of St Florence, near 
Tenbv, Pembs. B. Sept. I, 1861, at Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 
Matric. Michs. 1880. Died Mar. 25. 1934, at Cheltenham. 

CHEETHAM, CHARLES ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1899. S. and h. of Henry, Esq., of Woodleigh, 
Sevenoaks, Kent. B. 1879. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903; 
M.A. 1019. Of Poplar Hall, Faversham, Kent. J. P., 1911. 
Afterwards of Malroy, Solihull, Warws. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R.G.A.;alsointhe Ministry of National Service). 
(Kelly. Handbook, 1037; Univ. War List.) 
CHEETHAM, ERNEST JAMES. Adm. pens, at Downing, Jan. 

25, 1883. Matric. Lent, 1883. 
CHEETHAM, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Oct. 14, 1863. S. of John, Esq., M.P., of 
Eastwood, Stalybridge. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A 1867. Athletics'blue,' 1865, 1866. OfCrowcombe. 
Taunton, Somerset. I. P. High Sheriff of Somerset, 191 3 
and 1914. A member of the Alpine Club. Died Jan. 10, 
1022. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
CHEETHAM, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall. 
1884. S. of J., Esq., deceased, of The Prion-, Stalybridge. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1884. Cotton manufacturer. 
J. P. for Cumberland. Of Duddon Hall, Broughton-in- 
Furness. Died Feb. 7, 1943. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
Feb. 12, 1943. 
CHEETHAM, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 8, 1852. 
S. of William. B. Apr. 27, 1827, at Nottingham. School, 
Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 1853; B.A. 1856; 
M.A. 1859; D.D. 1871. Hon. D.C.L. (Durham) 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester) 1856; priest, 1857; C. of Saffron Walden, 
Essex, 1856-8. P.C. of Quornden, Leics., 1858-70. Bishop 
of Sierra Leone, 1870-82. V. of Rotherham, and Chaplain 
of Rotherham Union, Yorks., 1881. V. of St Mary's, West 
Cowes, Isle of Wight. 1882-8. Afterwards resident at Long 
Ashton, Clifton, then at Branksome, Bournemouth. Author, 
The One hundred Texts of the Irish Church Missions, briefly 
expanded. Died Dec. 22, 1899, at Bournemouth. (Peile, 11. 
S2 }; £>'..,(<<-, IV. Suppl.) 
CHEETHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 25, 
iS:S. [S, of John. Esq., of Lanes.] Matric. Michs. 182S. 
Migrated (age 18) to Jesus, Feb. 6, 1829; B.A. 1833; M.A. 
1836. 
CHEETHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 30, 1864. 
S. of John. B. at Dukinfield. Cheshire. School, Dukinfield. 
Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon 
(Ripon) 1867; priest, 1868; C. of Ripponden, Yorks., 1867- 
72. C. of Huddersfield, 1872-4- V. of St Mary's, Greenfield, 
Manchester, 1875-91. Died July 13, 1891. (Peile. 11. 5S4.) 
CHEETHAM, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 2. 1S46. 
S. of Samuel, of Oakham. B. Mar. 3, 1827, at Hambleton, 
Rutland. School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 
1847; B.A. (81/1 Classic) 1850; M.A. 1853; B.D. and D.D. 
1880. Fellow, 1850-66; Hon. Fellow, 1883. Held various 
College offices; tutor, 1853-8. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1851; 
priest, 1852. Vice-Principal of the Collegiate Institute, 
Liverpool," 1851-3. V. of Hitchin, Herts., 1858-61. Vice- 
Principal of the Theological College, Chichester, and C. of St 
Bartholomew's. 1861-3. Professor of Pastoral Theology at 
Kind's College, London, 1863-82. Lady Margaret Preacher, 
1866 and 1886. Chaplain of Dulwich College, 1866-84. 
Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1878-9. Archdeacon of South- 
ward 1879-82; of Rochester, 1882-1908. Canon of Ro- 
chester, 1883-1908. Hulsean Lecturer, 1896. F.S.A., 1890. 
Author, ecclesiastical; co-editor of the Dictionary of Christian 
Antiquities. Died s.p. Julv 19. 1908, at Rochester. Buried in 
the Cathedral. (Peile. 11. 496; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 
CHEETHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 18, 
1888. S. of John, tea-dealer, of Poolstock, Wigan, Lanes. 
B. Nov. 27, 1867, at Wigan. School, Wigan Grammar 
(Mr J. Ohm). Matric. Michs. 1888. 
CHEETHAM, WILLIAM. M.A. 1856; incorp. from Dublin. 
Adm. at Trinity College, Dublin. Ian. 26, 1S44. age 20. S. 
of William. B. in Nottinghamshire. B.A. (Dubl.) 1S4S; 
M.A. 1S56. Ord. deacon, 1S48; priest, 1849; C. of Rudding- 
ton, Notts. Died Mar. 11, 1862, aged 38. (Al. Dubl; G. 
Mag., 1862, I. 513) 
CHELL, GEORGE [RUSSELL]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
luly I, 1856. S. of John (1822), clerk. B. at Forest of Dean, 
Gloucs. Bapt. Dec. 30, 1835. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon, 1861; priest (Canterbury) 
1862; C. of Tenterden, 1861-2. C. of Hoveringham, Notts., 
1862-3. V. of Kneesall, 1868-1911. Lived latterly at Ealing, 
London, W. Died there Aug. 16, 1925, aged 89. Father of 
John W. (1S9S). (Scott, MSS.) 



Chell, James Henry 

CHELL, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1883. S. of James, clerk. B. Mar. 25, 1864, at St Paul's 
parsonage, Bury, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; 
M.A. 1S90. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Wakefield) 18S8; C. 
of Stanley, Yorks., 1887-9. Held other curacies, 1889-1916. 
C. of Northill, 1916-27. Lie. pr., for the dios. of Winchester, 
Portsmouth and Guildford, 1927-39-. Of Haslemere, Surrey. 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

CHELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Nov. 2, 1822. Of 
Staffs. fB. Nov. 21, 1802, at Dilhome.] School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1S23; B.A. 1827. Perhaps ord. deacon (Glou- 
cester) Dec. 16, 1827"; priest, June 2S, 1829, 'B.A. of St 
John's' (but see also John (1823) to whom it may refer; 
C. of Holy Trinity. Forest of Dean, 1827. Lived nearly all 
his life on his propertvat Dilhorne; 'held a curacy in North 
Staffs., died Jan. 1881.' Father of George (1S56). (Sedbergh 
Sch. Reg.) 

CHELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 25, 1823. S. of 
William (and Sarah Whylev]. B. in St Martin's, Birmingham. 
School, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. One 
of these names V*. of Kneesall with Boughton, Notts., 1843- 
62; died Dec. n, 1862, aged 61. (G. Mag., 1863, 1. 124; 
The Cambridge Year Book, 1863; R. F. Scott, who, however, 
does not furnish proof of identity.} 

CHELL, JOHN WHYLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1898. S. of George Russell (1856), V. of Kneesall ,Notts. B. 
there Aug. 14, 1880. School, Derby (Mr P. K. Tollit). Matric. 
Michs. 189S; Exhibitioner, 1898. Migrated to London 
University; matric. there Jan. 1899. Joined the 44th Com- 
pany Imperial Yeomanry, 1901, and served in the South 
African War. Died Feb. 25, 1902, of wounds received in 
action at Frankryk, Orange River Colony. {Derby Sch. Reg., 
The Times, Mar. 5, 1902.) 

CHELLINGWORTH, HENRY WALWYN. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, May 24, 1S59. (Name off without residence). 
One, Henry Chellingworth, was at Shrewsbury School, 1856- 
8, and was afterwards Lieut., Worcs. Militia, 1869; Lieut. - 
Col., 3rd Batt., Worcs. Regt., 1885. 

CHELSEA, Viscount, see CADOGAN, HENRY ARTHUR. 

CHELSUM, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 28, 
1755- S. of James, gent., of London [a gentleman of the 
Chapel Royal], B. Apr. 13, 1738, in London. School, West- 
minster. Scholar, 1755; matric. Easter, 1756. Migrated 
to Christ Church, Oxford; matric. there June 30, 1758; 
B.A. 1759; M.A. 1762; B.D. 1772; D.D. 1773. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) Mar. 7, 1762. Usher at Westminster School for 
several years. P.C. of Lathburv, Bucks., c. 1773-80. V. of 
Duffield, Derbs., 1773-80. R. of Badger, Salop, 1780-95. 
R. of Droxford, Hants., 1782-1801. Whitehall Preacher. 
Chaplain to Bishop North. One of the first to criticize 
Gibbon's treatment of Christianity, charging him with un- 
fairness and infidelity. Author, Remarks on the two last 
chapters of Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the 
Roman Empire; Sermons, Died insane 1801. Buried at 
Droxford. (Scott-Mayor, in. 638; Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.) 

CHENERY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. n, 1849. S. 
and h. of John, West India merchant. B. 1826, in Barbados. 
Schools, Kentish Town (Rev. Dr Griffith) and Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1850-3; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1858. Incorp. 
at Oxford, 1869. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 18, 1856, age 
30, as 's. and h. of John, late merchant of Barbadoes, W. 
Indies, deceased.' Called to the Bar, 1859. Correspondent 
for The Times in the Crimea; afterwards on The Times staff 
and Editor, 1877-84. A learned Hebrew scholar and an 
excellent modern linguist. Lord Almoner's Professor of 
Arabic at Oxford, 1868-77. Member of the Old Testament 
Revision Commission, 1870-83. Author, translation of 
'The Six Assetnbties' of El Hariry, etc. Died Feb. n, 1884, 
aged 59, at Sergeants' Inn. Buried in Bromplon cemetery. 
M.I. (Venn, n. 292; D.N.B. ; Al. Oxon.; History of 'The 
Times.') 

CHENERY, WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Dec. 21, 
1820. S. of Thomas. B. Mar. 1801, at Eye, Suffolk. Schools, 
Ipswich and Bury. Matric. Michs. 1S21; B.A. 1825; M.A. 
1828. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 18, 1826; priest, June 10, 
1827. R. of Sturston, Norfolk, 1832-59. Died Dec. 3, 1859, 
aged 58. Buried at Sturston. (S.H.A.H.; G. Mag.) 

CHENEVIX-TRENCH, HERBERT FRANCIS, see TRENCH. 

CHENEY, EDWIN JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 
1882. S. of Edwin, Esq., of Brooks Hall, Ipswich. B. in 
London. School, Tunbridge Wells. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. At the Royal Agricultural College, 
Cirencester. Assistant Secretary to the Board of Agriculture 
and Fisheries, 1911-14. Chief Agricultural Adviser during 
the Great War, 1914-18. C.B., 1915. F.S.I. Joint Secretary 
H.M. Office of Woods, Forests and Land Revenues, 1919-21. 
Of Heather Lodge, Sunningdale, Berks. Died Oct. 12, 1921. 
(The Times, Oct. 14 1921.) 



Cherry, Benjamin 

CHENEY or CHEYNEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Apr. ir, 1753. Of Staffs. [S. of Edward (Cheney), 
oi \oxall.J Scholar, 1753, as 'Chevney, Robert, of Staffs.'; 
matric. Easter, 1753; B.A. 1757. Of Meynel Langley, Derbs. 
HiL;n Sheriff, 1775. Married (as his 2nd wife) Bridget dan 
of Robert Leacroft. Died 1809, aged 72. (F.M.G., n. 697.) 

CHENGAPPAH, MATHENDRA. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 
27, 1876. S. of M. Appachana. B. June n, 1857, at Coorg. 
School, Madras University. Matric. Lent, 1876. Resided till 
Michs. 1S76; returned to India, owing to ill-health Died in 
India. (Peile, 11. 646.) 

CHENOWETH, JOHN JOPE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1848. S. of John, naval accountant, of Canterbury. 
B. at Rainham, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1848: Scholar; B.A. 
1852: M.A. 1858. 

CHEPMELL, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
May 6, 1845. S. of Charles, Capt. B. July, 1826, at De 
Beauvoir, Guernsev. School, Queen Elizabeth College, 
Guernsey. Matric. Michs. 1845; Scholar, 1846-9; B.A. 1849. 
Ord. deacon, 1850; priest, 1851. Mathematical Master at 
Eton. C. of St Sampson's, Guernsey. Went to Australia 
on account of his health, 1852. P.C. of Sydney; acquired 
considerable reputation as a preacher. Married Rebecca, 
dau. of Sir James Jamieson, R.N., of Sydney. Author, 
Hymns and Scenes of Childhood. Died 1854. (Venn, n. 271.) 

CHEPMELL, CLAUDE HERRIES. Adm. pens, at Trinitv, 
June 16, 1883. 2nd s. of Isaac, of 6, Brook Street, London. 
B, June 2, 1864, in Paris. School, Marlborough. Matric. 
Michs. 1883. In the Army, Royal Artillery, 1SS6; Major, 
1904; retired, 1907. Served in the Great War (Major, R.G.A.. 
Reserve of Officers). Died Nov. 18, 1930, aged 66, at Bristol. 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; The Times, Nov. 22, 1938.) 

CHERRILL, ALFRED HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1889. S. and h. of Alfred King (next), 
clerk, of Hampstead. B. [Apr. 17, 1870] at Eastbourne. 
[School, Marlborough.] Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1S92. Inspector of Schools, under the 
Board of Education, 1901-35- Of Bracoden, Charmouth, 
Dorset. Died there Nov. 24, 1938, aged 68. (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Univ. Col., 1935-6; The Times, Nov. 26, 1938.) 

CHERRILL, ALFRED KING. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 
16, 1S57. S. of Alfred Nelson, Proctor of the Court of 
Arches: B. at Fulham, Middlesex. Bapt. May 29, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. (31s* Wrangler and' Moral Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest 
(Winchester) 1864; C. of Godstone, 1863-5. Assistant Master 
at Sedbergh School, 1863; at Eastbourne College, 1868-77. 
Head Master of Pembroke Grammar School, 1879-81; of 
Upton House School, Ripple Vale, Devon, 1881. R. of 
Trevalga, Cornwall, 1907-26. Died Mar. 19, 1927, aged 87, 
at Bude. Father of the above. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; School- 
master's Directory, 1904; Crockford.) 

CHERRIMAN, JOHN BRADFORD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Apr. 23, 1841. Of Yorks. [S. of John, quartermaster, nth 
Dragoons.] Bapt. May 23, 1823. School, Doncaster (Mr 
Capes). Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 
r845; M.A. 1848. Fellow. Assistant Master at Sedbergh 
School, 1845-7. Professor of Natural Philosophy at Univer- 
sity College, Toronto, Canada. Superintendent of Insurance 
for the Dominion of Canada. Died June 10, 1908, aged 85. 
{Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; The Times, June n, 1908.) 

CHERRINGTON, ARTHUR ORLANDO. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 14, 1864. S. of Stephen, grocer. B. at Spalding, 
Lines. Bapt. there July i, 1845. Ord. deacon, 1868; priest 
(Durham) 1869; C. of Newcastle-on*Tyne, 1868-70. Held 
other curacies, 1870-9. V. of Tividale, Staffs., 1879-85. V. 
of Ogley Hay, 1885-90. V, of St Margaret's, Birmingham, 
1890-1911. Died Feb. 10, 1911, aged 65, at Edgbaston. 
(Crockford.) 

CHERRY, ARTHUR CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 
13, 1868. 3rd s. of Benjamin (next), J. P. and D.L., of Brick- 
enden Grange, Herts. B. [Jan. 13, 1849] at Northaw, Herts. 
School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 1868; B.A. 
(10th Classic) 1872. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 
1871. Called to the Bar, 1875. Practised at the Chancery 
Bar. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer for a few 
Banker, of Worcester. Purchased Henwick Hall, near 
Worcester, 1881; living there in 1911. Elected member of 
the House of Laity, 1923. Died Apr. 19, 1935, aged 85, at 
Berkeley House, Overbury. Buried there. Brother of 
Benjamin N. (1857). (Peilc, 11. 605; The, Times, Apr. 22, 
1935; Christ's Coll. Annual Report, 1924.) 

CHERRY, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 3. 1827. 
[S. of John. B. Mar 28, 1809.1 Matric. Michs. 18. 
1832; M.A. 1835. Of Brickenden Grange, Herts, [.P. D.L. 
Married Charlotte Cassandra, dau. of Henry i'hillpotts, 
D.D., Bishopof Exet< r, o, 1. is. 1837, Found 
Scholarship, 1836. Died Mar. 10, 1874. Father of the above 
and Benjamin N. (1857). (Burke, Fam. Records.) 



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Cherry, Benjamin Lennard 

CHERRY, BENJAMIN LENNARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1888. S. and h. of Benjamin Newman (next), clerk, 
of Clipsham rectory, Oakham, Rutland. B. Aug. 30, 1869, 
at Yardley Gobion, Northants. School, Winchester. Matric. 
Michs. 1888; LL.B. 1891. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 
16, 1800. Migrated to Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 15, l»93- Called 
to the Bar, 1893. Bencher, 1927. Conveyancing Counsel to 
the Supreme Court. 1914- Parliamentary Draftsman. 
Knighted, 1922. Formerly of Brickenden Grange, Herts 
afterwards of The Grange, Baldock, Herts. Married and had 
issue. Author, legal; edited Prideaux's Precedents in Con- 
veyancing, etc. Died Sept. 12, 1932. (Winchester Coll. heg.; 
Walford, Co. Fam.. The Times, Sept. 13, 1932) 
CHERRY, BENJAMIN NEWMAN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 
21.1857. S. of Benjamin (1827). [B. June 12, 1840. Schools, 
Eton and Durham.) Matric. Michs. 1858; B A 1862. Rowing 
•blue,' i860. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Worcester) 1864; 
C. of Grimlev with Hallow, Wore, 1863-8. C. of Potterspury, 
1868-71 R". of Luddington-in-the-Brook with Hemmgton, 
Northants.. 1871-85. R. of Clipsham, Rutland, 18S5-1905. 
Of Brickenden Grange, Herts. Died Feb. 6, 1905. Buried at 
Digswell, Herts. Father of the above; brother of Arthur C. 
(1868). (Crockford.) 
CHERRY, HENRY CURTIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 15, 
1817. Did not reside. [3rd s. of John Hector. B. in the b. 
Indies.] Migrated to Ciare, Oct. 14, 1817; matric. Michs. 
1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824; incorp. at Oxford, 1850. Ord. 
deacon, 1821; priest (Norwich) May 25, 1823; C. of Homings- 
heath, Suffolk. R. of Burghfield, Berks., 1827-64. V. ol 
Beenham, 1840. Chaplain to Lord De Saumarez in 1847. 
Married Anne Alicia, dau. of Major-Gen. Sir John Cameron, 
K C.B. Author, Illustrations of the Saints Days ami other 
Festivals of the Church. Died Nov. 6, 1864, aged 66. (Burke, 
L.G., ed. 1862; Al. Oxon.; Gage. Suffolk. 511; G. Mag., 1864, 
II. 797.) 
CHESELDEN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 
23, 1769. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 1770. For a short 
pedigree of Cheselden, see Nichols, IV. 408. Richard Chesel- 
den, of Melton Mowbray, Gen.-Attomey-at-law, died Feb. 14. 
1763, aged 77, and was succeeded by his eldest son Nedham. 
CHESHIRE, HENRY GRIFFITH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 18, 1868. [S. and h. of Henry Freeman, clerk, of Stoke, 
Surrey B. Oct. 1849. School, Bradfield College.] M.ttri. -. 
Michs. 1868. Migrated to Oxford; matric. (Queen's College) 
Oct 22 1870, age 20; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1876. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 12, 1881, as 's. and h. of the Rev. Henry 
Freeman of 21, Charlotte Street, Bath.' Called to the Bar, 
1888. Did not practise. Of Fairlight, Paignton, Devon 
Warden of the Church of England Men's Society. Church 
Defence Lecturer. Died Apr. 3. 1908, aged 58, at Westward 
Ho! Brother of the next. (Al. Oxon.: Scott, MSS.; Inns of 
Court; Bradfield Coll. Reg.) 
CHESHIRE, JOHN GRIFFITH. Adm. scholar at St Catharine's, 
June 15 1S70. S. of Henry Freeman, clerk. B. [Dec. 1850] 
at Wyke, Surrey. [School, "Bradfield College.] Matric. Michs. 
1870; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. 1874; M.A. l886 - 0rd - 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1876; priest (Ely) 1883; C. 
of Tortworth, 1876-8. Assistant Master at Reading School, 
1878-81. Second Master at Huntingdon Grammar School, 
1882-5. C. of Gt Stukelev and Kings Ripton, Hunts., 1883-5. 
R. of Kingston, Cambs., 1885-93. V. of Witcham, 1893-1910. 
K.ofTrunch, Norfolk, 1910-16. Died June 7, 1916. Brother 
of the above. {Crockford; The Times, June 10, 1916.) 
CHESLYN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18, sic) at Christ's 
May 8, 1S17. S. of Richard, of Langley Priory, Leics. B. 
there Dee. 17, 1797. Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 1S1S; 
B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn. May 26, 
1820. Called to the Bar. 1825. Name removed from the 
College Board, Jan. 17, 1S59; probably died then. {Peile, 
II. 386.) 
CHESNEY, GEORGE MACLAGAN. Adm. at King's. Oct. 12, 
187s. S. of Sir George [Tomkyns], K.C.B., General, RE. 
[for whom see D.N. B.}. B. 1857. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1878. Left Mar. 25, 1880. Sub-editor of the Pioneer, 
Allahadad, India, 1880; editor for many years. Left India, 
1915; became London representative of the Pioneer and of 
the allied Civil and Military Gazette of Lahore. Author, 
India under Experiment. Died June 8, 1926, aged 68, at 
Winchester. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 
CHESNUTT, GILBERT. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Apr. 
23, 1819. Of Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar; B.A. 
1823; M.A. 1843. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 25, 1S23; 
priest, Oct. 17, 1824. PC. of Trinity Church, Newington 
Butts, Surrey, 1835-. V. of Trinity Church, Southwark, 
1842-8. In Clergy List, c. 1850-65-, without cure. (Cant. 
Act Bk.) 
CHESSEX, ROBERT ERNEST AMI. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1896. S. of Auguste Florian, deceased [and I.ydia Matilda 
Rikle]. B. May 4, 1877, at Montreux. Schools, Lausanne 
College and Berkhamsted (Dr Fry). Matric. Michs. 1896; 



C ester, Harry 

Scholar, 1S96; B.A. 1899. Assistant Master at New College, 
Eastbourne; at Park Holme, Buxton. During the Great 
War Lieut., R.N.V.R.; Instructor in the Vanguard. Killed 
in the explosion. July 9, *9i7. (Venn, 11. 547.) 

CHESSH1RE, HUMPHREY POUNTNEY. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house May 28, 1846. S. of Barnabas, of Edgbaston. Matric. 
Michs '1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1850; 
priest (Manchester) 185 1 ; C. of Harpurhey, 1850-2. C. of 
Headon with Upton, Notts., 1852-8; V. there, 1858-64. 
V. of Stratton St Margaret. Swindon, and Chaplain of 
Highworth and Swindon Union, 1864-79. V. of Nun- 
Monkton, Yorks., 1879-97. Of Welland, Acton, W., 1898-9. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1900. (T. A. Walker, 488.) 

CHESSHIRE, JAMES LAMB. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 14, 
1864. S. of John, of Rotton Park, Edgbaston, Birmingham 
B Feb 5, 1845, at Birmingham. School, King Edward 
VI Birmingham (Mr Evans). Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 
1868- MA. 1871. Ord. deacon, 1869; priest (Worcester) 
1870- C. of Kidderminster, 1869-78. V. of Wnbbenhall, 
1878-97. Died Sept. 24, 1897, aged 52, at Lugano. (Crock- 
ford; The Times, Sept. 29, 1897; R. F. Scott.) 

CHESSHYRE, CHARLES CAESAR CHOLMONDELY. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Oct. 8. 1773- 2nd s. of John, of New 
Windsor, Berks., and of Bennington, Herts. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1773; Scholar, 1773; B.A. 1778. [In the 
College Adm. Reg., the first name appears as John, but this 
is apparently an error; on his admission as scholar the entry, 
written bv himself, reads: Ego, Carolus Chesshyre, in Fland- 

ria natus, patre Middlesex ] Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 

Jan. 23, 1776. Of Bennington, Herts. His career has not 
been traced. Brother of the next and father of John P. H. 
(1808). (St John's Coll. Adm., IV.) 

CHESSHYRE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 6, 
1770. [S. and h.of John, of New Windsor, and of Benningicn 
Park, Herts. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 
1770. Succeeded his father at Bennington, 1786. Drowned. 
Brother of the above. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Cussans, II. 128.) 

CHESSHYRE, JOHN PETER HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
St John's, June 27, 1808. S. of John (sic) Caesar Chol- 
mondely (1773), Esq., of Bennington, Herts. Matric. Michs. 
1808; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1819. R. of Little Easton. Lssex, 
1815. V. of Tilty, 1841-55. Inherited the manor of Benrung- 
ton from his father, but sold it to George Proctor. Esq., 
May 14, 1826. Married Charlotte Frances Commeline, Jan. 
17, 1816, at Bennington. Died Aug. 2, 1855, aged 64, at 

I, Catherine Place, Bath. (G. Mag., 1855. "■ 329-) 
CHESTER. CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, June 18, 

1791; from Christ Church, Oxford. Matric. (Christ Church) 
June 8, 1787, age 18. S. of Robert, of the Middle Tempi.-. 
B. Dec. 31, 1768. School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1792; 
LL.B. 1795. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Ltit. dim. from Ely) 
June 3, 1792; priest, Feb. 24, 1793; C. of Swaffham. Cambs., 
1792. R. of Rousham, Oxon., 1797-1804. R. of Barley, 
Herts., 1803-14. R. of Ayot St Peter, 1804-37. R. of Retten- 
don, Essex, 1814-37. Chaplain to Lord Hardwicke. Lord 
Lieut, of Ireland. Married Catherine, dau. of John Roberts, 
Archdeacon of Merionethshire. Died May 19, 1837, aged 68. 
Buried at Hertingfordburv. M.I. Father of Robert (1812). 
(Al. Oxon.; Cussans, Pt II. 246; J. B. Peace.) 

CHESTER, DOUGLAS J[AMES]. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Ian. 17, 1872. S. of William Douglas, Esq., of the Secretary's 
office, Custom House, London. B. June 6, 1854. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Lent, 1872. Managing Director 
of Chester Diamond drilling Co., Johannesburg, South Africa. 
Died Dec. 14, 1S96, at Johannesburg. (Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg.) 

CHESTER. FRANK EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 
16, 1880. S. of Samuel, United Methodist Free Churches 
minister. B. Aug. 27, 1862, at Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorks. 
School, Manchester Grammar (Mr Dill). Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest (Manchester) 
1893; C. of Church (or Church Kirk). 1892-5. C. of Keighley, 
1895-8. C. of Salford, 1898-1900. C. of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 
Leics., 1900-2. V. of Packington with Snibston, 1902-5. V. 
of Willesley, 1902-5. V. of St Barnabas, Sheffield, 1905- 

II. V. of Shipton Thorpe, Yorks., 1914-19. Died May 22, 
1919. aged 56, in London. (Scott, MSS.) 

CHESTER, HARRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 12, 
1824. 3rd s. of Robert. B. Oct. I, 1806, at Ipswich. Schools, 
[Charterhouse] and Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1824; 
Scholar, 1825. A Clerk in the Privy Council Office, 1S26-58. 
Assistant Secretary to the Committee of the Privy Council 
on Education, 1840-58. J. P. for Middlesex. Married (1) Anna 
Maria, dau. of Robert Isherwood, Esq., of Highgate, Sept. 2, 
1837; (2) Henrietta Mary, dau. of George Goff, Mar. 24, 
1856. Author, The Lav of the Lady Ellen, a tale of 1834. 
Died Oct. 5, 1868, at 63, Rutland Gate, London. Brother of 
Robert (1819). (Record of Old Westminsters; Burke, L.G., 
ed. 1862; Boose.) 



Chester, Harfv 

CHESTER, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1879. S. 
of Harry, of Pines Hill, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. B. July 1 7, 
i860, at Wimbledon, Surrey. School, Eton. Ma trie. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883. A member of the Council of Selwyn College, 
1920. Of 4, South Square, Gray's Inn, W.C., and of Broome 
End, Stansted, Esses, in 1939. J. P., Essex, 1897; County 
Alderman, 1932. Married and had issue. (Selwyn Coll. 
Col.; Kelly, Handbook, 1939.) 

CHESTER, HENRY MORRIS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
Oct. i, 1869. 2nd s. of Frederick James, Esq. B. Feb. 13, 
1852, at Kennington, Surrey. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876; LL.M. 1S77; LL.D. 
1884. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. io, 18S2, age 29. Called to 
the Bar, 1S84. Barrister-at-Law; of St Stephen's Chambers, 
Westminster. Of Povle Park, Tongham, Surrey. Lord of 
the Manor of Wyke. A member of the Surrey County 
Council. Treasurer of the Guildford Hospital. Bequeathed 
to Jesus College, for the maintenance of scholars, various 
properties in Surrey; also left to the College many of his oil 
paintings on sacred subjects; to the Fitzwilliam Museum, 
he left the large portrait [sic) of Nero from an Italian palace, 
also the 'Black Madonna,' brought from Malta. For a 
summary of his will see The Times, Dec. 28, 1923. Died 
unmarried Julv 14, 1923, at Poyle Park. (Burke, L.G.; 
Foster. Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.) 

CHESTER, HUGH AUGUSTUS BAGOT, see BAGOT-CHESTER. 

CHESTER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 10, 1812. 
Of Cambs. S. of Charles (1791), clerk, of Barley, Herts. 
School, Ely. Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar, 1814; B.A. 1817; 
M.A. 1820. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1818; priest, 
Dec. 24, 1820; R. of Elstead, Sussex, 1822-33. Died May 7, 
1833, aged 39. M.I. at Hertingfordbury. (Cussans, 11. Pt 1, 
115; G. Mag., 1833, 1. 649.) 

CHESTER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Julv 7, 
1819. S. and h. of [Sir] Robert, of Bush Hall, Hatfield, 
Herts. B. Oct. 6, 1800, at Colchester, Essex. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. T819. Migrated (age 19) to Trinity. 
Assistant Master of the Ceremonies, 1821. Died unmarried 
Sept. 20, 1822. Brother of Harry (1S24). 

CHESTER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 16, 1820. 
B. at Leeds. 

CHESTER, WILLIAM HENRY CLINTON. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. T5, 1826. Of Devon. S. of Henry. Bapt. 
May 23, 1809, at Alphington, Devon. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1828; Exhibitioner, 1828; Scholar, 1829; 
B.A. 1832. R. of Elsted, Sussex, 1833-41. Chaplain to the 
East India Co., 1833. R. of Treyford with Didling, 1837-41- 
Married Dora, dau. of Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, Bart., 
Aug. 31, 1837, at Blendworth, Hants. Died Apr. 15, 1S41, 
aged 31, at Elsted. (Al. Carthus.; G. Mag., 1841, 1. 552.) 

CHESTERTON, GEORGE LAVAL. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Feb. 27, 1828. Of Middlesex. 

CHESTNEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
July 10, 1777. Of Norfolk. Scholar, 1777; matric. Michs. 
1778, as Chastney; B.A. 1782. 

CHESTON, JOSEPH BONNOR (or BONNER). Adm. sizar (age 
16) at Pembroke, Apr. 9, 1783. S. of Richard Brown, 
surgeon, of Gloucester. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1784; 
Scholar; B.A. {7th Wrangler) 1788; M.A. 1791. Fellow, 1791. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Sept. 19, 1790; priest, Oct. 16, 
1791; C. of Lassington, Gloucs., 1790; V. there, 1802-29. V. 
of Whitelady Aston, Somerset, 1828-9. Died 1829, aged 62, 
at Portsmouth. (Hockaday, MSS,; T. C. Dale; G. Mag., 
1829, 11. 646.) 

CHETHAM-STRODE, EDWARD DAVID. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 27, 1889. S. of Augustus, of 29, Moray Place. 
Edinburgh. B. Sept. 1, 1871, at Edinburgh. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. r889; B.A. 1892. 

CHETTI, PULICAT NARAYANASWAMI (NAYARANAS- 
WAMI). Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 18, 1884. [3rd s. of 
P. Ramaswami, of Madras.] Matric. Michs. 1884, as P. 
Narayanaswami; B.A. 1888. Adm. at the Irner Temple, 
Nov. 3, 1884. Called to the Bar, 1S88. Did not practise in 
England. Died 1901, in India. (T. C. Dale, Inner Temple 
Adm. Bk.; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

CHETTY, VENGAL VENUGOPAUL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 1, 1888. S. of Vengal Ragaveh. B. Feb. 25, 1869, at 
Madras. School, Madras Christian College. Matric. Michs. 
r888; Scholar, 1888. Entered the I.C.S., r888. Assistant 
Magistrate and Collector at Madras, 1890. Head Assistant, 
Madras, 1896. Sub-collector and Joint Magistrate, 1902. 
Sub-Divisional Magistrate, 1910. District and Session Judge, 
1910— . Died Dec. 1, 1928. ((Peile, 11. 742; R. P. Paranjpye.) 



Chevallier, Augustus John 
chetwode, edward robert erskine w1lmot. adm. 

pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, July 3, 1871. 2nd s. of Edward 
Wilmot, Esq., of Woodbrook, near Portarlington, Ireland. 
[Assumed the surname of Chetwode, 1839.] B. Sept. 24, 
1852. [School, Clifton College.] Matric. Mid 
Chetwode. Married and had issue. Died Apr. x886, .11 New 
Orleans. (Burke, L.G. and I.G.; Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

CHETWODE or CHETWOOD, GEORGE VENABLES. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity Hall, Dec. 15, 1752. [3rd s. of Sir Philip 
Touchet (1721), Bart., of Oakley, Cheshire. B. June 20,1734.] 
Matric. Easter, 1754, as Chetwode; Scholar, 1754. An 
Officer in the Army. Died unmarried May 29, 1761. Brother 
of Philip (1763). (Misc. Gen. et Her., 2nd S., 1. 85-91.) 

CHETWODE, Sir JOHN (BRETLAND), Bart. Adm. Fell. Com. 
at St John's, July 4, 1782. Of Cheshire. S. of Sir John 
Touchet, Bart. B. May n, 1764. School, Exeter (Mr 
Marshall). Matric. Michs. 1782; M.A. 1785- Succeeded his 
father as 4th Bart., May 25, 1779. Of Oakley, Chetwode 
and Witley. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1789. M.P. for 
Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1815-18; for Buckingham, 1841-5. 
Married (1) Henrietta, dau. of George Harry (Grey), Earl of 
Stamford and 1st Earl of Warrington, Oct. 26, 1785; 
( 2) Elizabeth, dau. of John Bristow, of Lines., May 16, 1827. 
Died Dec. 17, 1845, at Bognor, Sussex. Buried at Muckle- 
stone, Staffs. (G.E.C., rv. 182.) 

CHETWODE, PHILIP. B.A. 1763, iucorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
from Clare, 1763. [2nd s. of Sir Philip Touchet (1721), Bart. . 
of Oakley, Cheshire. B. May r, I733-] Matric. (Brasenose 
College, Oxford) May 17, 1751, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1755. 
[Cambridge degrees not recorded in Al. Oxon.] R. of Stock 
Harwood, Essex. R. of Ramsden Bellhouse, 1763. Married 
Anne, dau. of William Dickenson, and relict of Thomas 
Gunter Browne, of the Island of Antigua, Mar. 12, I7&5- 
Died 1769. Brother of George V. (1752). (Misc. Gen. et Her., 
2nd S., 1. 89; Cant. Act Bk.) 

CHETWOOD, JONATHAN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 25, 1774. S. of Valentine, of Woodbrook, Queen's 
County, Ireland. B. May 31, i757- School, Portarlington, 
Queen's County (Mr Bagg;. Matric. Michs. 1774- Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 28, 1777- High Sheriff of Queen's County. 
1781. M.P. for Downpatrick, 1790-7. Married Margaret, 
dau. of Lawrence Clutterbuck, Esq., of Derrylusken, Co. 
Tipperary. Died s.p. May 11, 1839. (Burke, L.G.) 

CHETWYND, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 29, 1771. S. and h. of William, Viscount 
Chetwynd, of Stafford. B. Jan. 26, 1753- School, West- 
minster. Ensign (52ad Foot) 177-; Lieut., I775I Capt. 
(46th Foot) 1776. Served in North America, 1 777-8. Died 
v.p. 1779; probably killed at Santa Lucia, West Indies. 
(Record of Old Westminsters.) 

CHETWYND, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 29, 1771. 
Did not reside. S. and h. of John, Precentor of Cork, and 
grandson of William Richard, Viscount Chetwynd. School, 
Westminster. Migrated to Trinity College, Dublin, Oct. 1, 
1771; B.A. (Dubl.) 1775. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 24, 
I77r. Married Penelope, dau. of John Carleton, of Woodside, 
Co. Cork. Killed June 11, 1798, in action with the Irish 
rebels, near Saintfield, Co. Down. (Burke, P. and B.) 

CHEVALIER, MICHAEL (MICHEL). Hon. LL.D. 1862. The 
distinguished French Economist. Senator. Professor of 
Political Economy at the College de France, 1840. President 
of the French Section of the International Jury at the World's 
Fair and Exhibition in London, 1862. Awarded the Albert 
Medal, 1875. Died Mar. 28, 1879, at Montplaisir, near Lodeve. 
(Dictionnaire des Contetttporains, par G. Vapereau.) 

CHEVALIER, REGINALD CHITTENDEN. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Sept. 3, 1889. S. of Benjamin, cabinet manufacturer, 
of Clerkenwell, London. B. there Nov. 3, 1871. School, 
Cooper Street, London (Dr Wormell). Matric. Michs. 1889; 
Scholar; B.A. (7th Wrangler) 1892; M.A. 1896. Assistant 
Master at Manchester Grammar School, 1904-. (School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

CHEVALIER, WILLIAM HENRY CHARLES. Adm. | 

St John's, June 23, 1888. S. of William Alfred, clerk, ■ : 
Winchester. B. Julv 21, 1870, at Reading. School, Daventry 
Grammar (Rev. C. F. Hutton). Matric. Michs. 1S88; Scholar; 
Prizeman; B.A. 1904; M.A. 1909. Private tutor for 
Navy and University examinations. Of WoodvilU- I 
Old Catton, Norwich. (Cox, County Who*& H 
1912.) 

CHEVALLIER, AUGUSTUS JOHN. Adm. pens 

Jesus, June 8, 1866. Of Dorset. S. of John (1835), clerk, 
deceased. B. Feb. 6, 1S47, at Yetminster, Dorset. School, 
Ipswich. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 18; 
Sept. 24, igio, at Harborough Cottage, Aspall, Suffolk. 
' England and Wales, xx.) 



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ClIEVALLIER, BARRINGTON 

C HEVALL1ER or CHEVALIER, BARRINGTON. M.A. and M.D. 
1857; incorp. from Oxford. Matric. (Brasenose College) Mar. 
10, 1837; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1843; M.D. 1852. (S. of John, 
M.D., and clerk, of Aspall Hall, Suffolk (for whom see 
D.N.B.).] Medical Superintendent of the Ipswich Borough 
Asylum. M.R.C.P. Mayor of Ipswich, l873"4- J- p - for 
Suffolk. Of The Grove, Ipswich. Twice married. Died Aug. 
IX, 1889, aged 70, at Ipswich. Brother of John (1S35) and 
father of John (1880). (Al. Oxon.; Vis. of England and 
Wales, XX.) 

CHEVALLIER, CLEMENT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 9, 1782. 2nd s. of Temple (r749), clerk, of Aspall, 
Suffolk. B. there 1765. Bapt. July 14, 1/65- (School, 
(?) Bury.] Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar; Chancellor's Medal; 
Prizeman; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1787; M.A. 1790. Fellow, 
1788. Tutor. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1787; priest, 
Sept. 23, 1792. V. of Crawford, Suffolk, 1801-30. R. of 
EUough, 1S10. R. of Willingham All Saints', 1810-30. R. 
of Badingham, 1816-30. J. P. for Suffolk. Married Sophia, 
dau. of John Farr, of North Cove, Suffolk, Mar. 22, 1813, at 
EUough. Died Nov. 2, 1830, aged 65. Buried at Badingham. 
Brother of Thomas (1787) and Temple F. (17S0). {Bury 
Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1830, 11. 646.) 

CHEVALLIER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, June 13, 
1835. 4th s. of John, clerk and M.D., of Aspall Hall, Suffolk 
(for" whom see D.N.B.). B. there July 13, 1817. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1835; Exhibitioner, 1836; 
B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 26, 
1840; priest, Aug. 7, 1842. C. of Bayton, Wilts., 1849-53- 
Married Charlotte Fanny, dau. of Edmund Bellman, R. of 
Helmingham, Suffolk, Sept. 3, 1844, at Southwold. Died 
Feb. 22, 1S54, at Norwich. Buried at Aspall. M.I. Brother 
of Barrington (1S57) and father of Augustus J. (1866). 
[Venn, 11. 232; Vis. of England and Wales, x.x i 

CHEVALLIER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 10, 1880. 
S. of Barrington (1857), of The Borough Asylum, Ipswich, 
Suffolk. B. Feb. 24, 1862, at Ipswich. School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; Prizeman; Scholar, 1880; B.A. (4/A 
Wrangler) 1884; M.A. 1887; incorp. at Oxford, 1884. Fellow 
of New College, Oxford, r883-9i; Mathematical Tutor at 
Magdalen College, Oxford, 1884-9. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest 
(Oxford) 1887; R. of Gt Horwood, Bucks., 1889-1917. 
A-,i-.t. uit M.ist.r .11 i,i2i;l.-«i. k. 1 1, 1- 1 in il 1 i- I j.|. ioi r, 
Giggleswick School. (Vis. of England and Wales. xx;Al. Oxon.) 

CHEVALLIER, JOHN BARRINGTON TRAPNELL. Adm. at 
King's, a scholar from Eton, Oct. 14, 1876. S. of Charles 
Henrv. clerk [M.A. Oxford], of Aspall Hall, Suffolk. B. there 
Jan. io, 1857. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 18S0; M.A. 1886. 
Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 1879. Assistant Master at Lancing 
School, r8So-3; at Repton, 1883-5. Of Aspall Hall, Deben- 
ham, Suffolk. Succeeded his father, May 8, 1885. J. P. for 
Suffolk. President of the Suffolk Chamber of Agriculture, 
1899. Director of the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway. Breeder 
of Red Polls and manufacturer of cider. Married and had 
issue. Died Feb. 20, 1940. [King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G.; Cox, County Series, 1912.) 

CHEVALLIER, TEMPLE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 23, 1812. S. and h. of Temple Fiske (next), R. of 
Badingham, Suffolk. B. there Oct. 19, 1794- [School, Bury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar; Exhibitioner; Prizeman; B.A. 
{2nd Wrangler) 1817; M.A. 1820; B.D. 1828. Fellow, 1819. 
Fellow and Tutor of St Catharine's, 1820. Incorp. at Oxford, 
June 25, 1847. Hulsean Lecturer, 1826. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Oct. 31, 1819; priest, Nov. 12. 1820; R. of St Andrew's the 
Great, Cambridge, 1821-34. PC. of Ksh, Durham, 1835-69; 
Rural Dean, 1858. Professor of Mathematics at Durham 
University, 1835-71. Registrar of Durham University, 
1835-72. Professor of Astronomy, 1841-71. Hon. Canon of 
Durham, 1846-65; Canon Residentiary, 1865-73. F.R.A.S.. 
1839. A noted astronomer, also an able classical scholar. 
Author, Sermons, etc. Died Nov. 4, 1873, at Esh. Buried 
there. M.I. Brother of Thomas C. (1820). {Al. Oxon.; 
H. M. Wood; D.N.B.) 

CHEVALLIER, TEMPLE FISKE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Caius, June 10, 1780. S. of Temple (174')), R. of Aspall, 
Suffolk [and Mary Fiske]. B. there 1764. Schools, Lavcnham 
(Messrs Walker and Carlisle) and Bury St Edmunds. Scholar, 
1780-8; matric. Lent, 1782; B.A, 1785; M.A. 1789. Fellow, 
1787-8. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 11, 1786; priest; R. 
of Mickfield, Suffolk, 1788-1804. R. of Badingham, 1800-16. 
P.C. of Aspall, 1805-16. Lord of the Manor of Assington, 
Suffolk. Perhaps V. of Cransford, 1801. Died Oct. 24, 1816. 
Buried at Aspall. M.I. Brother of Clement (1782), etc.; 
father of the above and Thomas C. (1820). {Venn, II. 103; 
Bury Sch. Reg.) 

CHEVALLIER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 1;) at Pembroke, 
Tune 25, 1787. 3rd s. of Temple (1749), clerk of Aspall, 
Suffolk. [Bapt. there Apr. 10, 1770. School, (?) Bury.] 



Chichester, Edward Arthur 

Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar; B.A. 1792. Fellow. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1792, 'B.A. and Fellow of Pem- 
broke'; C. of Winston, Suffolk, 1792. Chaplain of H.M.S. 
Sceptre. To be distinguished from Thomas Chevalier (1767- 
1824), surgeon, for whom see D.N.B., where the suggested 
identity with his contemporary namesake at Cambridge is 
wrong. Died June 25, 1794, at Port au Prince, Jamaica. 
Brother of Clement (1782), etc. {Bury Sch. Reg.; Vis. of 
England and Wales, Notes, XIV.) 

CHEVALLIER, THOMAS CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Pembroke, Dec. 1, 1820. 3rd s. of Temple Fiske (1780), 
deceased, late R. of Badingham, Suffolk. B. there 1803. 
[School, Bury.] Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 8, 1828; priest, May 24, 1829; C. of Knodis- 
hall, Suffolk. Died July 23, 1835, aged 31. Brother of 
Temple (1812). {Bury Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1835.) 



CHEVALLIER, 



-. Adm. at Sidney, Oct. 2, 1781. 



CHEWET, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 24, 1826. 
Of Middlesex. 

CHEYNE, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Nov. 17, 1820. 
Did not reside. [Doubtless s. of Charles, gent., of Clerken- 
well, London.] Matric. (Pembroke College, Oxford) July 7. 
1826, age 22; B.A. (Lincoln College) 1S30; M.A. 1835. Ord. 
deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1835; priest, Dec. 18, 1836, 'M.A. 
Lincoln College, Oxford.' Second Master at Christ's Hospital, 
London, 1841-60. C. of St Olave's Jewry in 1851. Not in 
Crockford. 1865. Died Nov. 25, 1885, aged 82. Father of the 
next. {Al. Oxon.) 

CHEYNE, CHARLES HARTWELL HORNE. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, June 9, 1857. S. of Charles (above), clerk [2nd 
Master at Christ's Hospital]. B. May I, 183S, in London. 
[School, Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar: 
B.A. (iSf/i Wrangler) 1861; M.A. 1864. Assistant Master at 
Westminster School, 1S63-76. F.R.A.S., 1868. Author, 
astronomical. Died Jan. 1, 1877, at Torquay. (Merchant 
Taylors 1 Sch. Reg.; Boase.) 

CHEYNEY, ROBERT, see CHENEY. 

CHICHESTER, Earl of, see PELHAM, WALTER JOHN. 

CHICHESTER, Sir ARTHUR, Bart. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Em- 
manuel. Mar. 3, 1809. Of Devon. [S. and h. of John, of 
Hart, Devon, and grandson of William, R. of Georgeham and 
Shirwell, Devon. B. Apr. 25, 1790.] Matric. Lent. 1810; 
M.A. (fit. nob.) 1811. Succeeded his cousin. Sir John Chi- 
chester as 7th Bart, of Youlston, Devon, Sept. 30, 1808. 
Sheriff of Devon, 1816-17. Married Charlotte, dau. of Sir 
James Hamlyn-Williams, Bart., of Clovelly Court, Sept. 8, 
1819. Died May 30, 1842. aged 52, at Shirwell. (G.E.C., 
11. I2r ; Foster, Bart.) 

CHICHESTER, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
lune 16, 1832. S. of Charles, Esq., of Hall, near Barnstaple, 
Devon. B. May 21, 1814, at Bishop's Tawton. School, 
King's Nympton (Mr Nvmpton). Matnc. Michs. 1832. Killed 
1 let. (? Dec.) 3, 1833, while hunting with his father's hounds. 
Buried Dec. 14, 1833, at Bishop's Tawton. Brother of Henry 
(1835). (Venn, 11. 219; A. P. B. Chichester, Chichester 
Family.) 

CHICHESTER, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, May 
22, 1831. Matric. Michs. 1831; LL.B. 1837. Ord. deacon 
(Carlisle, Litt. dim. from Elv) June 21, 1834. Perhaps adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 21, 1822, age 23, as '3rd s. of Henry 
Esq., late of Northover House, Somerset, deceased.' R. of 
Barton Mills, Suffolk, rS4 5-58. Married Caroline, dau. of The 
Hon Charles Manners Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, 
Sept. 1830. Died Feb. 4, 1858, aged 60, at Hyde Park 
Gardens, London. (G. Mag.) 

CHICHESTER, Lord EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 
28, 1819. [2nd s. of George Augustus, Marquess of Donegal. 
B. lune II, 1799. School, Eton.] Did not reside. Entered 
Irii'iitv College, Dublin, Dec. 27, 1820, age 21; B.A. 1822; 
B.D. and D.D. 1852. Dean of Raphoe, 1832-71. Succeeded 
his brother George Hamilton, as 4th Marquess of Donegal, 
etc., Oct. 20, 1883. Died Jan. 20, 1889, aged 89, at St 
Leonards-on-Sea. Buried in Kensal Green cemetery. (G.E.C., 
ed. Gibbs; Al.Dubl.) 

CHICHESTER, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1868. S. of George Vaughan, clerk, V. of Drummaul, 
Randalstown, Ireland [and nephew of Rev. William Chi- 
chester, afterwards Baron O'Neill, of Shane's Castle]. B. 
[Feb. 23, 1849] at Coleraine, Londonderry. Bapt. Mar. 26, 
1849. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon, 1875; priest (Winchester) 1876; C. of Farncombe, 
Surrey, 1875-7. V. of Okewood, 1877-85. V. of Dorkmg, 
1885-1921. Rural Dean, 1891-1919. Hon. Canon of Win- 
. ln-st.T. uioo-25. Died Sept. 30, 1925, at Dorking. Burke. 
P. and B., sut O'Neill; The Times, Oct. 1, 1925) 



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Chichester, George Augustus [Frederick] 
chichester, george augustus [frederick]. adm. 

Fell. -Com. at Downing, Feb. 14, 1822. Previously at 
Oxford; matric. (Christ Church) June 17, 1819. age IS. 2nd 
s. of the late Lord Spencer Stanley [of Dunbrody Park, 
Wexford, Ireland, and grandson of Arthur, Marquess of 
Donegal]. B. at Fisherwick, Staffs. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1822; B.A. 1S25; M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 
Aug. 28, 1825. V. of Hampnet West, Sussex, 1828-9. Died 
unmarried June 8, 1829, at Northlands, Sussex. {Harrow 
Sell. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B., sub Templemore.). 

CHICHESTER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1835. 
[S. of Charles, of Hall, near Barnstaple, Devon. B. July 5, 
1816. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1835. Apparently 
matric. (Worcester College, Oxford) Dec. 1, 1S37, age 21, 
and migrated back to Cambridge. Adm. at Magdalene, Oct. 

10, 1840, age 24. Died unmarried Aug. 13, 1845. Brother of 
Arthur J. (1832). (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862; £(011 Sch. Lists; 
A I. Oxon.; Chichester Family.) 

CHICHESTER, JAMES [HAMILTON] JOHN. Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, June 15, 1818. 3rd s. of John Palmer, of 
Arlington, Devon [by his 2nd wife, Agnes Hamilton]. B. 
1798. School, Tiverton. Migrated (age 20) to Magdalene, 
Oct. 24, 1818, as 's. of James {sic) Palmer.' Matric. Michs. 
1818; B.A. 1S22; M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 1S25; 
R. of Arlington, near Barnstaple, 1824-84. R. of Loxhore, 
1825-84. Married four times. Died Mar. 11, 1884. 
{T. A. Walker, 403; A. P. B. Chichester, Chichester Family; 
The Guardian, Mar. 19, 1SS4.) 

CHICHESTER, JOHN CHICHESTER, see BURNARD, JOHN 
CHICHESTER. 

CHICHESTER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 23, 
1857. 5th s. of Robert, of Hall, near Barnstaple, Devon. 
B. July 19, 1838, at Bishop's Tawton, Devon. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 
1864. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (Peterb.) 1863; C. of St 
John's, Leicester, 1862-4. C. of Prestwich, Manchester, 
1864-9. R- °' Drewsteignton, Devon, 1869-S5. Died Apr. 

11, 1895, aged 56, at Drewsteignton. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

CHICHESTER, ROBERT. B.A. 1785, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Emmanuel, 1785. Of Devon. 2nd s. of Charles, 
of Hall. Bapt. Apr 1, 1752. Matric. (Exeter College, Oxford) 
Mar. 7, 1771, age 18; B.A. 1774. R. of Shirwell, Devon, 
1784-90. R. of Monk Okehampton, 1788-97. R. of Loxhore, 
1790-1803. V. of Chittlehampton, 1808-41. Married Sarah, 
dau. of Lewis Cossey, Esq., of Atherington, July n, 1781. 
Died Nov. 23, 1841, aged 89, at Chittlehampton. {Al. Oxon.; 
Burke, L.G., ed. 1925; G. Mag., 1842, 1. 334.) 

CHIDDON, RICHARD RING (or KING). Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Dec. 27, 1800. Of Hambledoo, Hants. 

CHIDELL, EDWARD FLEETWOOD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1887. S. of Edward, merchant, deceased (July, 
1871). B. July 30, 1868, at Notting Hill, Kensington, 
London. School, University College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1887. 

CHIDELL, FRANCIS JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 12, 1853. S. of John, deceased. Matric. Michs. 1853. 
Readm. Oct. 1, 1875; Scholar, 1S76; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. 
[.After matriculating, married and went abroad; returned 
after 20 years and was by special Grace permitted to sit for 
the Mathematical Tripos.] Ord. deacon, 1878; priest (Ro- 
chester) 1S79. Of Milner Street, Chelsea, Middlesex, in 1883. ' 
Died Oct. 13, 1892, aged 65, at Charmouth. Brother of John 
(1858). (7". A. Walker, 507 and 546; The Guardian, Oct. 26, 
1892; R. F. Scott.) 

CHIDELL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Caius, c. 1829. 
S. of John, of Bishop's Waltham, Hants. B. at Droxford. 
School, Portsmouth (Dr Shovill). Matric. Michs. 1830. 
Migrated to Queens', Jan. 14, 1831. For some time kept a 
private school in Welbeck Street, London. {Venn, 11. 212.) 

CHIDELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 25, 185S. 
S. of John, of ' Venta Belgarum.' (Winchester.) 

CHIENE, GEORGE LYALL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Aug. I, 
1891. S. of Dr John, C.B. B. Jan. 24, 1873, in Edinburgh. 
School, Edinburgh Academy. Matric. Michs. 1891. M.B. and 
CM. (Edin.) 1897; F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1901. Senior Demon- 
strator, Surgical Department, University of Edinburgh. 
Assistant Surgeon at the Edinburgh and E. Scotland Hos- 
pital, South Africa. Assistant Surgeon at the Royal Infir- 
mary, Edinburgh; and Lecturer in Surgery at Brighton Street, 
Edinburgh. Of 23, Alva Street, Edinburgh, in 191 1. Served 
in the Great War (Major, R.A.M.C). {Peile, 11. 769; Unto. 
War List.) 

CHIGNELL, GEORGE STREET. Adm. at Selwyn H. Oct. I, 
1889; Organ Scholar. B. May 23, 1870. Matric. Michs. 



Child, Charles 

1889. Organist and choirmaster at St John's, Worcester. 
yn Coll. Cal.) 

CHIKAMI, KYOMI. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 18S7. 

CHILCOTT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 5, 17S1. 
srd s. of William, gent., of Stogumber, Somerset. B. there 
June 15, 1755. Schools, Wells (Mr Witherel) and Bridgwater 
(Mr D. Webber). Ord. priest (Gloucester, Litl. dim. from 
Exeter) Apr. 25, 1784; V. of North Molton, Devon, 1784- 
1813, Died there 1812. (G. Mag., 1812, n. 499-) 

CHILCOTT, EDWARD WILLIAMS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 21, 1882. S. of Edward, solicitor, of Tavistock, Devon. 
[For a pedigree of his family, see Maclean, Trigg Minor, in. 
300.] B. 1S63, at Tavistock. Bapt. Sept. 9, 1863. Schools, 
[Clifton College) and Sherborne (Mr Young). Matric. Michs. 
1S82; B.A. 1S86. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1883. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1890. Practised in his father's firm at Tavistock. 
Clerk to the magistrates for 33 years. A Governor of Tavis- 
tock Grammar School. Married and had issue. Died Dec. 22, 
1931, aged 68, at Tavistock. {Eagle.) 

CHILCOTT or CHILCOTE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
May 28, 1805; B.A. 1805, incorp. from Oxford. Matric. 
(Balliol College) May 26, 1789, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1793- 
[S. of William, of Tiverton, Devon.] Incorp. B.A. 1805 ; M.A. 
(Sidney) 1805, as Chilcote. V. of Dean-Prior, Devon, 1802-33. 
R. of ThurlestoD, 1S06-39 (successor instituted). Brother 
of the next. {Al. Oxon.) 

CHILCOTT or CHILCOTE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
July 3, I 79 2 - S. of William, gent., of Tiverton. B. there 
July 2, 1776. School, Tiverton (Mr Keats). Matric. Michs. 
1793; Scholar, 1794; B.A. 1797; M.A. 1800; B.D. 1807. 
Fellow. Proctor, 1805. R. of Otterhain, Cornwall, 1810-50. 
In Clergy Lists, 1851-65, without cure; 'Chilcote, Samuel, 
D.D.' {sic). Brother of the above. 

CHILCOTT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, June 
30, 1755. S. of William, D.D. B. in Middlesex. School, St 
Paul's. Matric. Easter, 1756; Scholar, 1756; B.A. 1759. Ord. 
deacon (London) Sept. 23, 1759; priest, Dec. 23, 1759. Minor 
Canon of Windsor, 1769-88. 

CHILCOTT, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 12, 1821. S. of Francis [and Mary]. B. at Stogumber, 
Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1844. 
Ord. deacon, 1S26; priest, 1S27; C. of Monksilver, Somerset, 
1827-43; R. there, 1844-63. Preb. of Bath and Wells, 1843- 
63. Rural Dean, 1844-63. Died Mar. 7, 1863, aged 61. (G. 
Mag., 1863, 1. 527.) 

CHILD [formerly HOOK], ALBERT THEODORE. Adm. pens, 
at Caius, Sept. 1, 1868. S. of James Mark, Esq., J. P., of 
Begelley House, Narberth, Pembs. B. there June 26, 1851. 
Schools, Llandovery, Cheltenham College and Milford 
College. Matric. Michs. 1S68. No profession. Resident in 
London, 1S93. Half-brother of James M. (1890). {Venn, 11. 
384-) 

CHILD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 12, 1859. 
[S. and h. of Thomas, clerk, of Appleshaw, Hants. B. Feb. 
25, 1840. School, Marlborough.] Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 
1863; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Salisbury) 
1864; C of Cuddesdon, Oxon., 1863. Held curacies in Wilt 
shire, 1S68-80. R. of Ratley-on-Edgehill, Warws., 1881. R. 
of Upper Clatford, Hants., 1882-6. Died Nov. 29, 1886, 
aged 46. Brother of Edward (1865). [See Al. Oxon. for a 
contemporary namesake.] {Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

CHILD, ALGERNON CURRIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877. S. of William, of Avonhurst, Stratford-01 
Warws. B. there July 20, 1858. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1881; 
priest (Worcester) 1882; C. of St Michael's, Coventry, 1881- 
2. C. of St John's, Coventry, 18S2-6. Died Sept. 26, 1886, 
aged 28, at Leamington. Brother of Herbert H. (1875). 
{The Guardian, Sept. 29, 1886.) 

CHILD, BERNARD SYLVESTER. Adm. pens, at St Catha 
rine's, 1879. S. of Christopher (1851), clerk. B. at Chelten- 
ham, Glouca Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1920. 
Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (Hereford) 1885; C. of Hatfield, 
1884-6. C. of Muggleswick, Durham, 1887-9. Held """ r 
curacies, 1890-1905. V. of Barlby, Yorks., 1905-1 - 
Salton, 1912-31. Died there June 17, 1931. {Crockford; 
The Guardian, June 26, 1931.) 

CHILD, CHARLES (The Rev.). Adm. sizar at St John's, 
23, 1800. In deacon's orders. A 'Ten-yi 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 28, 1801; C. of Uppingham. C. "f 
Thistleton, Rutland. R. of Orton Longueville, Hunts., 
1826-35. Married, at St George's, Hanover Square, London, 
Lydia Maria Thompson, spinster, July 29, 1802. Died May 4, 
1835, aged 63. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 



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Child, Charles James Napoleon- 
child, CHARLES JAMES NAPOLEON. Matric. Non-Coil. 
May 2, 1894. Adm. at Christ's, Oct. 9, 1S95. S. of Frederick 
Richard. B. Nov. 15, 1870, in London. Schools, Public 
Elementary and St Peter's College, Peterborough. B.A. 
1897; Winchester prize, 1898; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 1897; 
priest (Ely) 1898; C. of St Botolph's, Cambridge, 1897-1904- 
Chaplain of Emmanuel College, 189S-1903. Reader in 
Christ's Chapel, 1904-17. Select Preacher, 1911. Chaplain 
to Girton College, 1914-17. First Head Master of the Cam- 
bridge and County High School for Boys, 1900-17; returned 
temporarily until 1919. V. of Moulton, Suffolk, 1917-28. 
Died Sept. 6, 192S. (Peile, 11. 803; Crockford.) 

CHILD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 27, 
1851. S. of John, fanner, of New Mill, Yorks. B. at Chapelry 
of Christ Church, New Mill. Bapt. Jan. 13, 1832. Matnc. 
Michs. 1851; Scholar, 1SS4; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. Assistant 
Master at Cheltenham College. Ord. deacon, 1863; pnest 
(Ely) 1864; C. of Barningham, Norfolk, 1863-5. C. of Bark- 
ing! 1865-7. C. of Ashbv-de-la-Launde, 1867-75: V. there. 
1875-88. Resided latterly at Branston. Lines. Died there 
Jan. 18, 1908, aged 80. Father of Bernard S. (1S79). {Crock- 
ford; The Cambridge Chronicle, Jan. 31, 1908.) 

CHILD, COLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 1836. Of 
Kent. [S. of Coles. B. Nov. 22, 1817.] School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1883. Ord. 
deacon, 1849; priest (Newcastle) 1850; Missionary in New 
South Wales, 1849-53. V. of St Luke's, Scone, 1853-70. 
V. of Morpeth, 1870-86. Canon of Newcastle, Australia, 
1866-78. Vicar-General, 1S79-80. Rural Dean. Archdeacon 
of Newcastle, 1878-86. DiediSgS. [To be distinguished from 
Coles William Child, at Merchant Taylors' in 1811; s. of 
William, M. J.; bom Nov. 12, 1802.] (Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg., ed. 1936.) 

CHILD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 24, 1865. 
4th s. of Thomas, clerk. R. of Upper Clatford, Hants. B. 
Apr. 17, 1846, at Appleshaw, Hants. Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1870; priest, 
1K71; C. of Amesbury, 1870-3. C. (to his father) at Upper 
Clatford, Hants., 1873-82. C. of New Alresford, 1882-4. K. 
cf Allington, Wilts., r884-6. Died Sept. 14, 1886, at West- 
gate-on-Sea. Brother of Alfred (1859). (Peile, n. 592.) 

CHILD, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 22, 
1893. S. of John. B. Oct. 24, 1875, in Kensington, London. 
Schools, Priory Hill and Marlborough College. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900; M.B. and B.C. 1901; 
M.D. 1905. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1901. House Surgeon at St 
Thomas's Hospital. Resident Medical Officer at St Thomas's 
Home. Medical Officer to Winchester College, 1905. Con- 
sulting Surgeon to the Royal Hants. County Hospital, 
Winchester. Served in the Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C). 
Of 'Penlee,' Cavendish Road, Weybridge, Surrey, in 1939; 
retired. Brother of William N. (1900) and John F. (1888). 
(Peile, 11. 7S5; Medical Directory, I939-) 

CHILD, FRANCIS REGINALD. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 1893. 
[S. of Thomas, of Chute Manor, Andover, Hants.] School, 
Weymouth College. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Assis- 
tant Master at Andover Grammar School, 1904-24--. (School- 
masters' Directory, 1924.) 

CHILD, HERBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 
1X75. 3rd s. of William Henry, of Avonhurst, Stratford-on- 
Avon, Warws. B. Sept. 22, 1856, in Berks. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879- Football (rugby) blue,' 
1S75, 1876. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 21, 1S78. Called to 
the Bar, 1882. J. P. Died Nov. 2, 1929, aged 73, at Rudhall, 
Ross, Heref. Brother of Algernon C. (1877). (Foster. Men 
at the Bar; The Times, Nov. 4, 1929.) 

CHILD, JAMES GAY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
July 6, 1840. S. of Robert, Esq., of London. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1846; M.A. 
1849. Died Apr. 16, 1870, at Bayreuth; 'James Gay Child, 
Esq., M.A.' Brother of William H. (1836). (The Guardian, 
Apr. 20, 1870.) 

CHILD, JAMES MARK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1890. S. of James Mark. B. 1871 (posthumously) at Pem- 
broke. School, Grantham. Matric. Michs. r89o; B.A. (131/1 
Wrangler) 1893. Assistant Master at Swansea Technical 
School, 1895-; at Derby Technical College, 1900-. Author, 
Mathematical text-books. Half-brother of Albert T. (1868). 
(Schoolmasters' Directory, 1908; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

CHILD, JOHN FAULKNER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 
1888. S. of John, of 10, Holland Villas Road, Kensington, 
London. B. Julv 14, 1870, in London. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. and LL.B. 1891; M.A. 1895. 
Solicitor, 1894. Served in the Great War (2nd Lieut., Nor- 
thumberland Fusiliers). Of Leicester House, Henley-on- 
Thames. Brother of Francis J. (1891), etc. (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 



Childe, Charles Frederick 

CHILD, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 1, 1866. 
2nd s. of Smith, afterwards Bart. B. Aug. 25, 1847, at 
Ronnall Hall, Stafis. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. Of Stallington Hall, Staffs., and of 
Glen Losset, Co. Argyll. J. P. and D.L. Married and had 
issue. Died v. p. 1895. Brother of Smith, H. (1856). (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

CHILD, SMITH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 5, 1S27. Of 
Staffs. [S. of Baddeley. Esq., of Barlaston, and Catherine 
Ford, and grandson of Smith, Admiral of the Blue.] School, 
Macclesfield. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1834. 
In Holy Orders. Occurs as of ' Weston Coney, Staffs., M.A.', 
in Clergy Lists, 1846-54, without cure. Died Mar. 18, 1854, 
aged 46. [To be distinguished from his cousin. Smith Child, 
created Bart., 1868, with whom he is confused in The Eagle, 
xix, and who died Mar. 27, 1896, age 88; apparently both 
were bom in the same year and were named after their 
paternal grandfather. In Burke. P. and B., and other 
authorities only one son of the Admiral is given — John 
George Child, the father of Smith Child, 1st Bart., whose two 
sons, Smith Hill and John George, were at Cambridge.] (G. 
Mag., 1S54, I. 552; John Ward, Stoke-upon-Trent, 87.) 

CHILD, SMITH HILL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 8, 1856. 
S. and h. of Sir Smith, Bart., of Newfield Hall, Stafis. B. 
there Aug. 25, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1856. Married and had 
issue. Died v. p. and s.p.m. Jan. 18, 1867. Brother of John G. 
(1866). (Peile, n. 544; Burke, P. and B.) 

CHILD, STANLEY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. S. of Charles, 
gentleman farmer, of Slinfold, Horsham, Sussex. B. there 
Jan. 5, 1876. School, St John's. Leatherhead. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. rSg7; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1905. At Guy's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1903. House Surgeon, Royal 
Hants. Co. Hospital. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
R.A.M.C). Late Medical Officer to the West Sussex Educa- 
tion Committee. Of Caterways, BiUingshurst, Sussex, in 
1939; retired. (Medical Directory, 1939; Univ. War List.) 

CHILD, VICESIMUS KNOX. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. ro, 
1827; from Oxford. Matric. (St John's College) June 26, 
1824, age 18. 3rd s. of William, merchant, of Lambeth. 
London. B. July 19, 1805, in London. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Easter, 1827; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833. Ord. 
deacon, 1829; priest (Lincoln) 1830. V. of Takeley, Essex, 
1847-55. R. of Little Easton, 1855-68. Lecturer of St 
Magnus, London, 1847-55. Not in Crockford, 1872. (Al. 
Oxon.; Crockford.) 

CHILD, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Car's, 
July 21, 1836. 2nd s. of Robert, Esq., of Russell Square, 
London. B. in parish of Christ Church, London. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1841; 
M.A. 1844. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 16, 1839. Of Beau- 
champ House, near Leamington, Warws. J. P. for Warws. 
Died 1895. Brother of James G. (1840). (Venn, 11. 238.) 

CHILD, WILLIAM HUMPHRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1863. S. of William, farmer. B. at Leintwardine, 
Heref. Bapt. Apr. 10, 1845. Matric. Lent, 1864; B.A. 1867; 
M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon, 1868; priest (Ripon) 1869; C. of 
Stanley, Yorks., 1868-71. C. of Tenbury, 1871-6. C. of 
Barrow-in-Furness, 1876-9. C. of St Stephen's, Devonport, 
1879-84. V. of St James's, Plymouth, 1884-98. Remained 
without cure. Disappears from Crockford, 1936. 

CHILD, WILLIAM NOEL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 4, 
1900. S. of John. B. Dec. 23, 1882, in London. School, 
Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 1901; B.A. 1904; M.A. 
1909. Medical student at St Thomas's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1910. House Physician and House Surgeon, at the 
West London Hospital, 1910-u. Resident Medical Omcerat 
the British Lying-in-Hospital, Endell Street, London. Of 9. 
Powderham Road, Newton Abbot, Devon, 1927. Brother of 
Francis J. (1S93), etc. (Medical Who Who's, 1927; Medical 
Directory.) 

CHILDE (CHILDE-FREEMAN), ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Feb. 12, 1839. 6th s. of William Lacon, of 
Kinlet Hall, Salop. B. Apr. 2, 1820, at Wrockwardine, 
Salop. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; 
M.A. 1846. Ord. deacon, 1845; priest (Chester) 1846; C. of 
Macclesfield, Cheshire. R. (and patron) of Edwin-Ralph-cum- 
Collington, Heref., 1847-82. Assumed the additional name of 
Freeman by Deed Poll, 1878. Married Man- Harriet, dau. of 
John Freeman, of Gamis, Heref., June 1, 1852. Died Feb. 16, 
1882, at St Leonards. Buried at Edwin-Ralph. M.I. and 
memorial window. Brother of Edward G. (1838). (Burke, 
L.G.; Vis. of England and Wales, xxi.) 

CHILDE, CHARLES FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 5, 1827, of Salop. [B. Dec. 17, 1807.] Matric. Michs. 
1827; Scholar. Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 30, 1830; B.A. 
1812; M.A. 1S37. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells, Litt. dim. 
from Ely) 1831; priest (Rochester) 1832; C. of St Michael's, 
( ambridge, 1833-8. P.C. of St Paul's, Walsall, and Head 



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Childe, Charles Plumley 

Master of Walsall Grammar School, 1837-9. Principal of the 
CM. College, Islington, Middlesex, 1839-58. R. of Holbrook, 
Suffolk, 1858-84. Resided latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea. 
Author, Sermons. Died Dec. 17, 1897, at Bramleigh, Overton 
Park, Cheltenham. Father of Christopher V. (1866) and 
perhaps of Stephen H. (1864). (£(y Ord. Bk.; Boase, iv. 
Suppl.) 
CHILDE, CHARLES PLUMLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, July 14, 1877. S. of George Frederick [M.A. 
Oxford], clerk, of Mowbray, Cape of Good Hope. School, 
Diocesan College, Cape Town. Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar. 
L.R.C.P., 1885. F.R.C.S., 1892. M.R.C.P. (Edin.), 1900. 
Practised at Southsea. Surgeon to the Southsea Home for 
Sick Children, and to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight 
School for the Blind. Devoted himself to the study of Cancer. 
Served in the Great War (Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C). President 
of the British Medical Association (Southern Branch), 1923-4. 
Author, medical. Died Jan. 29, 1926, at Monte Carlo. 
{Magdalene Coll. Mag.; The Times, Feb. 2, 1926; Univ. War 
List] 

CHILDE, CHRISTOPHER VENN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Chkisti, Apr. 12, 1S66. Of Middlesex. [S. of Charles 
Frederick (1827), R. of Holbrook, Suffolk. B. June 22, r846.] 
Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. and LL.B. (Law Trip., 1st Class) 
1870; Chancellor's Medal (Law) 1871; M.A. 1875; LL.M. 
1879; LL.D. 1893. College Lecturer in Roman Law, 1872- 
3. Adm. at the InnerTemple, Jan. 29, r870. Called to the 
Bar, r873. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1876; priest, 1876; C. of 
High Harrogate, 1877-8. V. of St Paul's, Upper Holloway, 
1S78-9. V. of St Mary's, Kilburn, Middlesex, 1879-84. V. 
of Christ Church, Cheltenham, 1884-1901. Hon. Canon of 
Gloucester, 1897-^36. Proctor for the dio. of Gloucester, 
1900-5. P.C. of St James's, Marylebone, London, 1901-3. 
Select Preacher at Cambridge, r9o6. Author, Sermons, etc. 
Died Jan. 7, 1937, aged 90. Perhaps brother of Stephen H. 
(r864). (Foster, Men at the Bar; Hennessy; Crockford, 1932; 
The Times, Jan. 9, 1937.) 
CHILDE [post BALDWYN-CHILDE], EDWARD GEORGE. 
Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 18, 1838. 5th s. of 
William Lacon. B. Dec. 23, i8r8, at Wrockwardine, Salop. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Easter, 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon, 1845; priest, 1846; V. of Kinlet, Salop, 
1846-92. V. of Cleobury Mortimer, 1847-92. Preb. of 
Hereford, 1883. V. of Kyre, r892-8. Hon. Chaplain to the 
Earl of Bradford. Assumed the name of Baldwyn-Childe, 
r88o. Of Kyre Park, Worcs. J. P. for Salop, Heref. and 
Worcs. Died s.p . Feb. 25, 1898. Brother of Arthur (1839). 
(Burke, L.G., ed. 1862, 1936.) 
CHILDE, STEPHEN HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, r864. Of London. [Perhaps s. of Charles Frederic 
(1827).] Matric. Michs. r864; B.A. 1868 (Law Trip., 1st 
Class), 1869; Chancellor's Medal (Law) 1869. Ord. deacon, 
1867; priest (Oxford) r868; C. of Middle Claydon, 1867-9- 
V. of Latchford, 1870-2. Vice-Principal of Cheltenham 
Training College, r872-3. V. of Sewerby with Marton, 
Yorks., and V. of Grindale and R. of Ergham, 1874-8. R. of 
St Thomas's, North Sydney, New South Wales, i88o-i9t3; 
Rural Dean there, i90t-6. Resided latterly at Wentworth 
Falls, S.S.W. Died there May 23, 1928, aged 83. Perhaps 
brother of Christopher V. (1866). {Crockford; The Times, 
May 28, 1928.) 
CHILDE, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 19, r774. S. and h. of Charles [Baldwyn], of Kinlet, 
Salop [and Catherine, dau. of William Lacon Childe, M.P., of 
Kinlet, Salop], School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1774. Pro- 
bably previously matric. New College, Oxford, June 16, 
1773, age 17; 's. of Charles, gent., of Forton, Staffs.' Adopted 
the surname of Childe only on succeeding to the estate of 
Kinlet, on his mother's death, c. 1771. Married Annabella, 
dau. of Sir Charlton Leighton, Bart., Nov. 20, t775 (having 
previously married her at Gretna Green). Of Aqualate, 
Salop. A celebrated sportsman and agriculturalist; known 
as ' The Flying Childe,' from his daring horsemanship. Died 
Feb. 3, 1824, aged 68. [For his brother Charles, see sub 
Baldwyn.) (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag.; Harrow Sch. Reg., sub 
Baldwin.) 
CHILDE-FREEMAN, ARTHUR, see CHILDE, A. 
CHILDERS, CHARLES EDWARD EARDLEY. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June rr, 1868. S. and h. of Hugh Culling Eardley 
(1847). B. Feb. 23, 1851, at St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 2r, 1871. Called to the 
Bar, r874. On the North Eastern Circuit. Vice-Consul at 
Pittsburg, U.S.A., 1909; Consul, 1913-24. An official of the 
Railway Traffic Association; subsequently special agent of 
the Trunk Line Association (Railways), U.S.A., 1909-24. 
C.B.E., 1925. Author, Wanderings from Afar. Died Dec. 2, 
1931, aged 80, at Worcester. {Foreign Office List; The Times, 
Dec. 4, r93l.) 



Childers, William Walbanke 

CHILDERS, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 
28, rfi3r. S. of Leonard Walbanke, banker, of Doncaster. 
B. there. School, Rugby. Matric. Lent, 1832. (Burke, L..G. 
ed. 1862; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

CHILDERS, EARDLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 
12, 1816. S. of John [Walbanke], B. at Cantley, Yorks. 
School, Aspenden, Herts. (Mr Preston). Matric. Michs. r8ig; 
Scholar, 1821; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. In Holy Orders. 
Married (his cousin) Maria Charlotte, dau. of Sir Culling 
Smith, Bart., Oct. 30, 1826. Died Mar. 7, 1831, at Nice. 
Father of Hugh C. E. (1847). (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., r83i, 
1. 378.) 

CHILDERS, HARRY NORTON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Sept. r2, 1890. S. of Wiiliara Henry, Lieut,. R.N. B. Apr. 1, 
1868, at Norton, Worcester. Matric. Michs. 1890. Name off 
Xmas, i89r. Went to California. {T. A. Walker, 613.) 

CHILDERS, HUGH CULLING EARDLEY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Apr. 17, 1847; from Oxford. Matric. (Wadham 
College) Apr. 9, 1845, age 17. S. of Eardley (1S16), clerk, of 
Loudon. B. there June 25, 1827. School, Cheam. Matric. 
Easter, 1847; B.A. r850; M.A. 1857. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, May 3, 1S59. Went to Melbourne, Australia, in 1850. 
Inspector of Schools, 1851. Secretary to the Education 
Department and Emigration Agent at the Port of Melbourne. 
Auditor-General of Victoria and a member of the Legislative 
Council, r852. First Vice-Chancellor of Melbourne Univer- 
sity. Collector of Customs and a member of the Executive 
Council, T853. Member for Portland in the first parliament 
of Victoria, 1856-7. Agent-General for Victoria in London, 
1857. Civil Lord of the Admiralty, 1864-6. First Lord of 
the Admiralty, 1868-71. Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 
1865-6. P.C, 1868. F.R.S., 1873. Chancellor of the Duchy 
of Lancaster, 1872-3. M.P. for Pontefract, 1860-85; for 
Edinburgh (South Div.), 1886-72. Secretary of State for 
War, 1880-2. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1882-5. Home 
Secretary, r886. Supported Gladstone's Home Rule Bill. 
Chairman of the Irish Financial Relations Committee 1894- 
6. Died Jan. 29, 1896. Buried at Cantley, near Doncaster. 
Father of Charles E. E. (1868) and the next. {At. Oxon.; 
D.N.B., Suppl.) 

CHILDERS, HUGH ROBERT EARDLEY. Adm. at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, Oct. 15, 1881. 6th s. of Hugh Culling 
Eardley (above), M.P., and Secretary of State for War. B. 
Jan. 10, 1862, at 17, Prince's Gate, London. Matric. Michs. 
1S81; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. {zyd Wrangler) 1884; M.A. 
1904. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 10, 1884. Called to 
the Bar, 1887. On the North Eastern Circuit. Went to 
Australia, and practised at the Melbourne Bar, 1891-6. 
Returned to England, 1896; practised in London. Actuary 
of the Lower House of Convocation of Canterbury, 1903-12. 
For some time Secretary of the Representative Church 
Council. Assistant Editor of the Nineteenth Century for some 
years. Assisted Arthur C Benson and Lord Esher in editing 
Queen Victoria's Letters; afterwards helped Lord Esher in 
annotating The Girlhood of Queen Victoria. Author, Romantic 
Trials of Three Centuries. Died Aug. 30, 1912, aged 50, at 
42, Onslow Square, London. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; The 
Times, Aug. 31, r9i2; The Guardian, Sept. 6 and 13, 1912.) 

CHILDERS, ROBERT ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
27, 1889. 2nd s. of Robert [Caesar], of Glendalough House, 
. Annamoe, Greystones, Co. Wicklow [for whom see D.N.B.]. 
B. June 25, 1870. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1893. A clerk in the House of Commons, 1895-1910. 
Joined the City Imperial Volunteer Battery of the Hon. 
Artillery Company (and served in the South African War). 
Engaged in literary work. Became a convert to Home Rule, 
joining a committee in London to discuss the problem, in 
1911. Served in the Great War (Lieut. -Commander, 
R.N.V.R.; Major; Staff Officer; D.S.C. ; mentioned in de- 
spatches) . On demobilization determined to devote himself to 
securing independence for Ireland. Joined the Irish Re- 
publican Movement, I9r9. Elected in the 'Dail Eireann' for 
Co. Wicklow, 1921. Minister of propaganda. Secretary to 
the Irish delegation which negotiated the Treaty with the 
British Government, 1921. Finally felt unable to accept any 
treaty which failed to recognise an Irish Republic. Joined 
the Republican Army. Author, The Riddle of the Sands; 
Times History of the War in South Africa, Vol. v; The Frame 
work of Home Rule, etc. Arrested and court-martialled in 
Dublin, Nov. 17, 1922. Executed at Beggar's Bush barracks, 
Nov. 24, 1922. {Univ. War List; D.X.B.) 

CHILDERS [WALBANKE-CHILDERS], WILLIAM WAL- 
BANKE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Jan. 9, 1792. S. 
of Childers [Childers Walbanke; assumed additional surname 
of Childers], of Cautley, Yorks. Schools, Hipperholme, Yorks. 
(Mr Hudson) [and Harrow]. Matric. Michs. 1795; B.A. 1796; 
.M.A. 1802. Ord. deacon (York) July 5, 1801; priest, July 
18, 1802; C. of Cautley, Yorks.; V. there, 1803-33. R. of 
Becford with Lisset, 1812-33. p reb. of Ely, 1824-33. Died 
Feb. 8, 1833. (Burke, L.G., 1862; G. Mag., 1833, 1. 282.) 

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Children, John George 

CHILDREN, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', 
Feb. 20, 1795. Of Kent. [S. and h. of George, of Ferox 
Hall, Tonbridge. B. May 12, 1777. Schools, Eton and Ton- 
bridge.] Matric. Miens. 1795. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 21, 1789. Librarian in the Department of Antiquities 
in the British Museum, and subsequently Keeper of the 
Zoological collections, 1816-40. F.R.S., 1S07. Secretary of 
the Royal Society; Vice-President, 1837-8. F.R.S. (Edin.), 
1822. F.S.A., 1816. President of the Entomological Society. 
Royal Institution Gold Medal, 1828. Published notes on 
electricity and translated chemical tracts. A friend of Sir 
H. Davy, who made frequent experiments in his laboratory 
at Tonbridge. Joint editor, Zoological Journal, 1824. Married 
three times. Died Jan. 1, 1852, aged 74, at Halstead Place, 
Kent. (G. C. Moore Smith; Boase; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
D.X.B.) 

CHILDS, JOHN GLYNN. Adm. sizar (age iq) at Trinity. July 4. 
1829. 2nd s. of Joseph. B. June, 1810, at Liskeard, Cornwall. 
School, Bodmin Grammar (Mr Boon). Matric. Michs. 1829; 
B.A. 1833. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1833; priest (Exeter) 1834; 
C. of Lydford, Devon, 1833-5. C. of Woolfardi-wnrthv, 
1S35-7. Held other curacies, 1837-44. P.C. of St Paul's, 
E.Stonehouse, 1844-7. C. of Hatfield, Herts., 1847-52. R. of 
St Dennis, Cornwall, 1852-1904. Married Elizabeth Jemima, 
dau. of Lieut. Philip Laffer, R.N., 1S41. Author, religious. 
Brother of Thomas C. (1S40). (Bibliotheca Cornub., in., 
Suppl. 1.) 

CHILDS, THOMAS CAVE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 4, 1840. 
5th s. of Joseph, advocate, of Liskeard, Cornwall. B. Sept. 
26, 1819. S< hool, Perram {his brother, John). Matric. Michs. 
1840; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest, 
1845; P.< .of St Mary's, Devonport, 1846—64. R. of Nympton 
S1 I >ei Tge, 1857-67. Died Apr. 19, 1867, a^ed 47. at Clapton, 
Brother of John G. (1829). {Coll. Cornub.) 

CHILDS CLARKE, SEPTIMUS JOHN, see CLARKE. 

CHILTON, JACOB. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 25, 
1770. S. of Thomas, of Uflord, Suffolk. B. May 1, 1752. 
Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 1771; B.A. 1774. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Aug. 14, 1774; priest, July 28, 1776; C. of Mendels- 
ham; V. there 1776-87. R. of Eyke, 1776-1828. R. of 
Easton, 1811-17. Died Oct. 3, 1828, at Wickham Market, 
Suffolk. (G. Mag., 1828, 11. 570.) 

CHILTON, RICHARD CORBOULD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Feb. 19, 1781. S. of Richard, V. of Mendlesham, Suffolk. 
B. there Dec. 4, 1762. Schools, Lavenham, Suffolk (Mr 
Walker) and Brandon (Mr G. Wright). Scholar, 1781 ; 
matric. Lent, 1782; B.A. 1785. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Sept. 25, 1785; priest, Sept. 23, 1787; V. of Mendlesham, 
Suffolk, 1787-1816. Died there Oct. 25, 1816, a^ed '52.' 
(G. Mag.) 

CHILTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 7, 
1844. S. of Thomas. B. at Whitby, Yorks. School, Royal 
Liverpool Institution (Dr Iliff). Matric. Mi< lis 1.S44 . S< holar, 
1S47; B.A. (35th Wrangler) 1S4S; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) June 3, 1849; priest, May 23, 1850; C. of 
Bussage, Gloucs., 1849-53. C. of Westbury, 1853-6. C. of 
Huu^e-rford, 1856-66. C. of Slapton, Bucks., 1S66-9. V. of 
Hi^h Wycombe, Bucks., 1869-95. Rural Dean, 1S82-95. 
Resided latterly at Eastbourne. Died there June 5. 1898, 
aged 72. Father of the next. (Gloucester Ord. Bk.; Crockford; 
I he 1 ;»it-s, June 9, 1 398.) 

CHILTON, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
31, 1877. S. of Robert (above), V. of High Wycombe, Bucks. 
B. Dec. 31, 1857, at Hungerford, Berks. School, King's, 
Ely (Mr Winkfield). Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1S81; M.A. 
1884. Ord. deacon, 1883; priest (Worcester) 1884; C. of 
Lower Mitton, Worcs., 1S83-5. V. of Mountnessing, Essex, 
1886-96. V. of Wormingford, 1896-1916. Rural Dean of 
Dedham, 1911-29. V. of Little Horkesley, 1916-29. R. of 
Gt Horkesley, 1916-35. Residing at Town Hill Farm, 
Chilton, Aylesbury, Bucks. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CHILVER, ARTHUR FARQUHAR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of Charles Samuel (next), clerk, of Lods- 
worth vicarage, Petworth, Sussex. B. Oct. 28, 1868, at 
Dorking, Surrey. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 18S7; 
Scholar 18S9; (Class. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1890; Pt II, 1st 
Class, 1892); B.A. 1892. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 29, 
1892. Adm. Solicitor, 1898. Member of the firm of May, 
How and Chilver, of 49, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. Of 
28, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park. Died Aug. 2, 1922. (Hailev 
bury Sch. Reg.) 

CHILVER, CHARLES SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 
18, 1861. S. of Thomas Farquhar. B. Aug. 9, 1844, in 
London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1S63; B.A. 1867; 
M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Winchester) 1867; priest (Chi- 
chester) 1868; C. of Westcott, 1867-9. C. of Brighton, 1869- 
73. P.C. of the Chapel Royal, Brighton, 1876-9. V. of 



Chisholm, Alexander 

Aldborough Hatch, Essex, 1879-84. V. of Lodsworth, 
Sussex, 18S4-1900. Rural Dean of Midhurst, 1890-8. Re- 
sided latterly at Midhurst. Died there Mar. 5, 1919, aged 74. 
Father of the above. (Crockford; The Times, Mar. 7, 1919.) 
CHIMAY, Prince PHILIPPE DE CARAMAN. Adm. pens, 
(advanced student) at Trinity, Oct. 14, 189S. S. of Eugdne, 
Prince de Caraman, of Chateau de Beaumont, Hainault, 
Belgium. B. Feb. 1, 1881, at Beaumont. School, College St 
Michel, Brussels (M. Delvaux). Matric. Michs. 1898, as 
Marie Charles Joseph, P. de C. 

CHINNECK, SYDNEY THOMAS ELSTON. Adm. at Clare, 
Jan. 5, 1895. School, St Dunstan's, Catford. Matric. Michs. 
1S95; Scholar; B.A. 1S98; M.A. 1926. Schoolmaster at 
Cherbourg, Gt Malvern, 1899-1902. Assistant Master it 
Bradfield College, 1902-26. Head Master of Ovingdean Hall, 
Preparatory School, 1926-35-. Ord. deacon, 1927; priest 
(Southwell, for Chichester) 1928; C. of Ovingdean, Sussex. 
i9 2 7S^-- (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3; Bradford Coll, 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

CHINNER, JASPER. Adm. pens, at Downing, Aug. 31, 1889. 
[S. of William, of Smestow, Swindon, Staffs.] School, 
Wolverhampton. Matric. Michs. 1889. (Wolverhampton 
Grammar Sch. Reg.) 

CHINNERY, NICHOLAS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, Oct. 23, 
1821. S. of Sir Brodrick, Bart., of Devon. B. July 7, 1804, 
at Bath. Matric. Easter, 1822. Migrated to Queens', Mar. 27, 
1S24; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon, 1827; priest 
(Lichfield and Coventry) 1S28. C. of Trinity Chapel, Conduit 
Street, London, 1855-6. Succeeded his father as 3rd Bart., 
Jan. 19, 1840. Of Flintfield, Co. Cork. Married Anne, dau. 
of the Rev. John Fane Vernon, of Aubawn, Co. Cavan, Mar. 
27, 1843. Author, Anglican Formalism; The Design of 
Heresies. Killed (s.p.m.) Aug. 20, 186S, together with his 
wife, in a railway accident, near Abergele, N. Wales, when 
the Baronetcy became extinct. M.I. in St Andrew's Chester- 
ton, Cambridge. (Peile, 11. 406; G.E.C., v. 443; Boase.) 

CHINNERY-HALDANE, JAMES ROBERT ALEXANDER, see 
HALDANE. 

CHIPP, EDMUND THOMAS. Mus.B. from St John's, 1859; 
Mus.D. 1861. [S. and h. of Thomas Paul, musician (harpist), 
of London. B. there Dec. 25, 1823.] A member of the 
Society of British Musicians, 1842; of the Royal Society of 
Musicians, 1S48. Organist of St John's Chapel, Hampstead, 
1843-6. A violinist in the Queen's private band, 1843-55. 
Organist at St Olave's, Southwark, 1847-52; at St Mary-at- 
Hill. 1852-6; at Holy Trinitv Church, Paddington, 1856-62; 
of St George's, Belfast, and of Ulster Hall, 1862-6. Organist 
and Choirmaster of Ely Cathedral, 1866-86. F.C.O. Musical 
composer. Died Dec. 17, 18S6, aged 63, at Nice. M.I., Elv 
Cathedral. (D.N.B.) 

CHIPPETT, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 19, 
1S74. S. of John. B. July 6, 1S51, at Hackney. School, 
Guildford (Mr Robson). Matric. Mirhs. 1874; Scholar, 1874- 
B.A. (21s* Wrangler) 187S; M.A. 1SS1. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1878; priest, 1882. Assistant Master at Giggleswick School, 
1878-88. Principal of a private school at Riber Castle, 
Matlock, Derbs., 1888-. Lie. pr., Southwell dio., 1895-. 
Resident at Matlock in 1939. Died Aug. 9, 194ft {Peile, it. 
635; Crockford 1939; The Times, Aug. 14, 1941.) 

CHIPPINDALL, WILLIAM. Adm. peos. at Trinity, Nov. n, 
1S47. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Ord. 
deacon, 1853; priest (York) 1S54; C. of Foston, 1S53-4. C. 
of Din ton, 1854-5. Held various curacies for short periods, 
1855-75. V. of Til ton -on- the -Hill, Leics., 1877-1914. Died 
Mar. 21, 1914, aged 84, at Norwood. (Crockford, 1913; 
The Times, Mar. 24, 1914.) 

CHIRNSIDE, ROBERT BELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 5, 
1888. S. of Robert. B. at Werribee, Victoria, Australia. 
Schools, Geelong and Edinburgh Academy. Matric. Michs. 
1888; B.A. 1891. Returned to Australia; farmer, of Little 
River, Melbourne. (Peile, 11. 144; Edinburgh Academy Reg.) 

CHIROL. ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 21. 1836. 
[School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 1S36; B.A. 1841. C. 
of Whitley, Cheshire, 1842. Of Stoke Newmgton, Middlesex, 
1844-6, withoutcure. C. of St James's, Enfield, 1847. Dis- 
appears from Clergy List, 1848. [J. L. Chirol, minister of 
the French Protestant Church, Le Quarre in London, and 
chaplain to the King, died, Apr. 30, 1837, aged 71; perhaps 
father or near relative of this man.] {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

CHISENHALE-MARSH, see MARSH. 

CHISHOLM, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 16, 
1840. S. of James, of St Philip's, Sydney, Australia. B. 
June 27,1821. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1841. Of Sydney, 
New South Wales; so described in the announcement of the 
marriage of his only daughter, Emily, to the Rev. E. S. 
Dewick (of St John's) on Feb. 19, 1878; but he was then 
dead. (The Guardian, Feb. 27, 1878; R. F. Scott.) 



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Chisholm, Alexander William 

CHISHOLM, ALEXANDER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 4, 1826. S. and h. of William [The Chisholm]. 
B. Feb. 15, 1810, in Inverness-shire. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 182S. Of Erchless Castle, Co. Inverness. Succeeded 
his father as the Chief of the Clan, Mar. 21, 1817- M.P. for 
Inverness, 1835-8. Died unmarried Sept. 8, 1838. Brother 
of Duncan M. (1S30). (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

CHISHOLM, DUNCAN CHARLES HEIGHAM. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. i, 1897. S. of the late Alexander Bain, Capt., 25th 
Regt. B. Mar. 31, 1879, at Littlehampton. Schools, St 
Ronan's, Worthing, and Marlborough College. Matric. Michs. 
1897. 2nd Lieut., Worcs. Regt., 1900; Capt., 1904; resigned, 
1911. Served with the 10th Worcs. Regt. (S.B.) during the 
Great War; mentioned three times in despatches; Major; 
Assistant Provost-Marshal. (Venn, 11. 551 ; Marlborough Coll. 
Reg.) 

CHISHOLM, DUNCAN MACDONNELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 13, 1830. [2nd s. of William, of Erchless Castle, Co. 
Inverness. N.B., and Eliza, dau. of Duncan Macdonnell, 
of Glengarry. B. Aug. 5, 1811]. Inherited the family estates 
and the Chiefship of his clan on the death of his brother 
Alexander W. (1828), in 1838. Sometime in the Coldstream 
Guards. Died unmarried Sept. 14, 185S. (Burke, L.G.) 

CHISHOLME, JOHN FREDERICK SETON. Adm. pens, at 
Caius, June 1, 1867. S. of the late John Seton. B. May 29, 
1849, in Calcutta. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1867. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn. Called to the Bar, 1S73. Resident at 
Cbiswick. Middlesex, in 1898. Died May n, 1924. (Venn, u. 
379; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CHISLETT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 

May 3, 17S8. S. of , surgeon, of Horncastle, Lines. 

School, Horncastle. Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1789. V. 
of Thornton, Lines., 1795-1850. Died Nov. 20, 1850, aged 
82, at Rushton, Northants. (G. Mag., 1S51, 1. 211.) 

CHISMAN, FRANK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 14, 1894. S. of Herbert, Esq,, of Brook Green, London. 
B. Sept. 22, 1876, in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1895; Scholar; B.A. 1S98; LL.B. 1899. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 8, 1897. Called to the Bar, 1903. Author, 
Lands of the Crescent and the Cross, etc. Died Jan. 23, 1914, 
at Bournemouth. Brother of the next. (T. A. Walker, 632.) 

CHISMAN, HERBERT FRANCIS AUGUSTUS. Adm. at Clare, 
June 15, 1889. [S. of Herbert, banker. B. July 16, 1870.] 
Matric. Michs. 1889. Died 1928. Brother of the above. 

CHISMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 1878. 
S. of John. B. at Kennington. [School, City of London.] 
Matric. Michs. 187S; B.A. (23^ Wrangler) 18S2; M.A. 1888. 
Private tutor; subsequently Assistant Master at Battersea 
Grammar School, 1906-29. Died July 14, 1929, at 5, Veronica 
Road, Balham. (Schoolmasters' Directory; The Times, July 
16, 1929.) 

CHITTENDEN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 4, 1833. 
B. at Stockwell, Surrey. Matric. Lent, 1834. 

CHITTY, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. 11, 1879. S. and h. of Walter Theodore, 

- Col., Bombay Staff Corps., of Poona, Bombay. B. Aug. 8, 
1859, at Muntham, Itchingfield, Sussex. Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1916. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 12, 1881. Called to the Bar, 1884. Advocate of the 
High Court at Bombay, 1884. Chief Judge of the Court of 
Small Causes, Bombay, 1891-1903. Judge of the Court of 
Lower Burma, Rangoon, 1903-5. Judge of the Chief Court of 
Lahore, 1905-7. Puisne Judge of the High Court of Calcutta, 
1907-19; retired, 1919. Knighted, 1916. Lived latterly 
at Torquay. Devoted much time to woodwork; examples of 
his carving were presented to public institutions. Married 
and had issue. Died Mar. 17, 1932, aged 72, at Torquay. 
Brother of the next and Walter H. (1886). (King's Coll. 
Adm. Reg.; The Times, Mar. 19, 1932.) 

CHITTY, GEORGE JAMESON. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 9, 1895. 4th s. of Walter Theodore, General, of 
35, Fopstone Road, London. B. June 15, 1876, at Poona, 
Bombay. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar; Prizeman; (Class. 
Trip., 1st Class, 1898; Theol. Trip., Pt II, 1900); B.A. 1898; 
M.A. 1905. Ord. deacon, 1901; priest (Oxford) 1903. Assis- 
tant Master at Eton College, 1901-31. Lie. pr., 6U0. Oxford, 
1915-31. R. of Worplesdon, Surrey, 1931-. Examining 
Chaplain to Bishop of Guildford from 1934. Brother of the 
above, etc. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

CHITTY, WALTER HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1886. S. of Walter Theodore, Major-General. B. Oct. 2, 
1867, at Poona, India. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
Scholar; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1903; priest 
(Rochester) 1904. Assistant Master at Giggleswick School, 
1890. Chaplain and Head Master of Stratheden House 
School, Blackheath, Kent, 1903-6. Head Master of Aysgarth 
School, Yorks., 1908-19. V. of Highfield, Hants., 1920-9, 
Rural Dean of Southampton, 1925-30. Hon. Canon of 



Cholmley, Harry Walter 

Winchester, 1928. V. of Hartley Wintney, 1931-3. Of 
Mount Grace, Compton, Winchester. Died Sept. 16, 1940. 
Brother of Charles W. (1879), etc. (Crockford, 1937.) 

CHOATE, JOSEPH HODGES. Hon. LL.D. 1900. United States 
Ambassador to Great Britain, 1899-1905. Died May 14, 1917. 

CHOLMELEY, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1894, as Edmund (sic) H. 5th s. of John (1846), 
clerk. B. [Nov. 2. 1S75] at Carleton Rode, Norfolk. School, 
St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Athletic 'blue,' 
1897. In Rhodesian Civil Service. Brother of JohnB. (18S4). 
(Foster, Baronetage, 1883.) 

CHOLMELEY, HENRY WALDO. Adm. at Selwyn H., Apr. 21, 

1855. [S. of Waldo, V. of South Walsham St Mary, Norfolk.] 
B. Mar. 2S. 1867. [School, Marlborough.] Matric. Easter, 
1885; B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Rochester) 
1S91; C. of Plumstead, 1890-3. C. of Ampfield, 1893-4. C. 
of Woodbastwick with Panxworth, 1894-1904. V. of Kemble, 
1904-11. C. of Aunsby, igri-25. V. of Kelstern with Calce- 
thorpe, Lines., 1925-34. V. of Keddington, 1934-. (Foster, 
Baronetage. 1883; Crockford, 1939.) 

CHOLMELEY, HUMPHREY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, July 23, 1S04. Previously at Oxford; matric. (Univer- 
sity College) Mar. 24, 1804, age 19. 5th s. of Montague, of 
Easton, Lines. Bapt. there Oct. 1. 1784. Matric. Michs. 1804; 
B.A. 1809; M.A. 1812. Fellow, 1S07-25. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
May 6, 1810; priest, Sept. 23, 1810. R. of Hempstead with 
Lessingham, Norfolk, 1824-8. V. of Mamham, Notts., 1S24. 
R. of Salttleetby St Clement, Lines., 1824. R. of Troston, 
Suffolk, 1828-41. Died unmarried Jan. 31, 1841, aged 56, 
from a gun accident. M.I. at Troston. (King's Coll. Adm, 
Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Al. Oxon.) 

CHOLMELEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 6, 
1852. Of Lines. 9th s. of Robert, R. of Wainfleet, Lines. 

B. Jan. 26, 1832. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1852; 
Scholar, 1854; B.A. 1856. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 19, 

1856, age 23. Migrated to Oxford; adm. at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, July 27, 1857, age 24; incorp. B.A. 1857; M.A. 
(Oxford) i860; Fellow of Magdalen College, 1857-64. 
Lecturer in Mathematics, 1859-64. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 19, 1856. Ord. deacon i860; priest (Oxford) 1S62; C. 
of Forest Hill, Oxon., 1860-4. V.of Abbot's Kerswell, Devon, 
1864-5. R. of Swaby, Lines. 1865-95. V. of Swerford, 
Oxon., 1895-6. Lost his voice as the result of a throat opera- 
tion; retired to Southsea and subsequently to Salisbury. 
Died Jan. 26, I907,aged 75, at Salisbury. Brother of the next 

.(Al. Oxon.; Uppingltam Sch. Reg.; Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 
CHOLMELEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 22, 
1846. 7th s. of Robert, B.D. (Oxford), R. of Wainfleet, 
Lines, [who died July 30, 1852; date wrongly given in Al, 
Oxon.]. B. there Dec. 3, 1827. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest 
(Lincoln) 1852; P.C. of Wainfleet St Mary, Lines., 1852-9. 
R. of Carle ton- Rode, Norfolk, 1859-95. Died June 27, 1895, 
aged 67. Brother of the above; father of Edward H. (1894) 
and the next. (Eton Sch. Lists; Foster, Baronetage, 1883; 
Crockford; The Standard, July 1, 1895.) 
CHOLMELEY, JOHN BUTLER. Adm. at Selwyn H. Oct. 10, 
1884. 2nds. of John (above), clerk. B. Mar. 8, 1865. School, 
Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1889; 
priest (Manchester) iSgijC. of Fleetwood, 1889-94. Domestic 
Chaplain and Secretary to the Bishop of Wakefield, 1895-7. 

C. of Almondbury, 1897-1901. C. of Barnsley, 1901-5. V. 
of St Mark's, Hull, 1905-13. R. of Etton, Yorks., 1913-37. 
Died Jan. 23, 1937. Buried at Etton. Brother of Edward H. 
(1894). (Crockford, 1934; The Titnes, Jan. 25, 1937.) 

CHOLMLEY or LEAVENS, ALFRED JOHN. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Oct. 7, 1S64, as Leavens. A. J. [S. of Sir George 
Strickland, Bart., who assumed the surname and arms of 
Cholmley by Royal Licence, Mar. 17, 1865.] B. Sept. 2, 
1845. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868, as Leavens, A. J. 
Of Place Newton, Wintringham, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. for 
the East Riding. Married and bad issue. Transcribed and 
edited the Parish Registers of Wintringham (1558-1812). 
Died Oct. 26, 1932. Brother of Harry W. (1859) under whom 
see note, and father of Hugh A. (1896). (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

CHOLMLEY, SIR CHARLES W., see STRICKLAND, C. W. 

CHOLMLEY or LEAVENS, HARRY WALTER. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Sept. 30, 1859. [S. of Sir George Strickland, Bart., 
who assumed the surname and arms of Cholmley by Royal 
Licence, Mar. 17, 1865.] Matric. Michs. 1863, as Leavens, 
H. W. Of Howsham, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. [Sir George 
Strickland married, as his second wife, Jane, dau. of Thomas 
Leavens, of Norton's Villas, Yorks., May 25, 1867 (being then 
aged 85), at St Martin-in-the-Fields; his widow die- 
19, 1898, in her 89th year, at 139, North Marine Road, 
Scarborough; G.E.C. Baronetage, 11. 116.] Married 1 
Maria Caroline, dau. of the Hon. and Rev. Henr 
Tulv 17, 1879 (then described as son of the late Sir George 
Cholmley, Bart.) Died 1901. Brother of Alfred J. (1864). 
(Burke, L.G., 1937; Foster, Peerage, sub Dinevor.) 



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Cholmley, Hugh Alfred 

CHOLMLEY, HUGH ALFRED. Adra. at Trinity Hall, 1896. 
S. of Alfred John (1864), of Place Newton, Killington, Yorks. 
Schools, Radley and Agricultural College, Aspatria. Matric. 
Michs. 1896. In the Fife Artillery Militia, 1898-9; 7th 
Dragoon Guards, 1900-3. Served in the South African War, 
1900-2; wounded. In the Yorks. Hussars Imp. Yeo., 1904- 
[2, 1914-19. During the Great War, served in France, 
1917-19; Capt., 1919; retired, 1920. Married and had issue. 
Of Place Newton, Wintringham, Yorks. A member of the 
Norton Rural District Council, 1933"- [Radley Sch. Reg.; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1939; Burke, L.G.) 

CHOLMLEY or CHOMELEY, LEWIN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
Clare, June 17, 1754. [S. and h. of Lewin, Esq., of Sutton. 
Surrey.] B. at Carshalton, Surrey. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, May 3, 1756, as Chomeley. 

CHOLMLEY, LEWIN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Oct. 20 
1S02. Matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 1807. 

CHOLMONDELEY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 
18, 1847; from Oxford. Matric. (Balliol College) Mar. 21, 
1844, age 19. 2nd s. of Charles [Cooper], deceased, late R. of 
Hodnet, Salop, and grand-nephew of Thomas (Cholmonde- 
ley) Lord Delamere. B. Feb. 21, 1825. Matric. Michs. 1847. 
A Canon of the Roman Catholic Church. Died 1897. 
Brother of Reginald (1845) and Richard H. (1847). [Al. 
Oxon.; Burke L.G.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, CHARLES GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, May 13, 1S48. S. and h. of Lord William Henry 
Hugh (later Marquess of Cholmondeley). B. July 9, 1829. 
Matric. Michs. 1848. Married and had issue. Died v.p. Dec. 
7, 1869. (Burke, P. and B.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, GEORGE VERE HUGH. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1890. S. of Lord Henry Vere, deceased, of East 
Buroham Lodge, Slough, B. Sept. 13, 1871. School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Michs. 1890. Of Hatten, Cheshire. 
J. P. for Devon. Married and had issue. Died Mar. 28, 1925. 
(Burke, P. and B.; Wellington Coll, Reg.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 
14, 1845. [3rd s. of Charles Cooper, deceased, late R. of 
Hodnet, Salop.] B. Apr. 20, 1826. Matric. Lent, 1845; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. 1856. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 18, 
1S50; no caU. Of Condover Hall, Salop. J. P. D.L. Died, 
s.p.s. Feb. io, 1S96. Brother of Charles (1847) and the next. 
(Burke, L.G., ed. 1925.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, RICHARD HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 26, 1847. 4th s. of Charles Cooper, late R. of Hodnet, 
Salop. B. Aug. 24, 1828. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; 
M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Lichfield) 1853; C. of 
Hodnet, 1852-65; R. there, 1873-96. V. of Leaton, Salop, 
1865-73. Rural Dean 1873. Of Condover Hall, Salop. 
Succeeded his brother Reginald, Feb. 10, 1896. Resided 
latterly at Albert Gate Mansions. Knightsbridge, S.W. Died 
Aug. 10, 1910, at 219, Knightsbridge. Brother of Charles 
(1847), etc., and father of Thomas R. (1875). (Burke, L.G.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 6, 1785. S. and h. of Thomas, Esq., of Vale 
Royal, Cheshire. B. Aug. 9, 1767, at Beekenham, Kent. 
Matric. Michs. 1786. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1792-3- M.P. 
for Cheshire, 1796-1812. Created Baron Delamere of Vale 
Royal, Cheshire, July 17, 1821. Married Henrietta Elizabeth, 
dau. of Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bart., Dec. 17, 1810. 
Died Oct. 30, 1855, aged 88. (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, May 18, 1821. 3rd s. of Charles, Esq. [brother of 
Thomas, 1st Lord Delamere, of Knutsford, Cheshire, and 
Carolina Elizabeth, dau. of Nicholas Smythe, of Condover, 
Salop], B. Sept. 9, 1801. School, Macclesfield. Matric. 
Michs. 1821; B.A. 1826. Went to New Zealand. Married 
and had issue. [The Rev. G. J. Cholmondeley, of Lower 
Heathcote with Sumner, New Zealand, married, Sept. 27. 
1865, Angelina Victoria, dau. of Edward Lee, of Sydney, 
N.S.W.] (Foster, Peerage, sub Delamere.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, THOMAS RICHARD. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 25, 1875. S. and h. of Richard Hugh (1847}. 
R. of Hoduet, Salop. B. there May 21, 1S56. School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1S79. Estate agent. 
Of Condover Hall, Salop. Married and had issue. Died Feb. 7, 
1922, aged 65, at the Old Vicarage, Eastham, Cheshire. 
(Burke, L.G.) 

CHOLMONDELEY, THOMAS TATTON REGINALD. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity. May 23, 1884. 4th s. of Thomas Grenville, of 
Abbot's Moss, Northwich, Cheshire. B. there Oct. 9, 1865. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1884. Died unmarried Mar. 
16, 1901. (Burke, P. and B., nub Delamere.) 



Chree, Charles 

CHOPE, RICHARD PEARSE. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 5. 
1881. S. of Thomas [Yeoman], of Farford, Hartland, Devon, 
B. there Sept. 21, 1862. School, Devon County (Mr Thomp- 
son). Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 1884; B.A. (20th 
Wrangler) 1884. Assistant Examiner and subsequently 
(1903) Principal of the Abridgments and Printing Branch 
in the Patent Office; this was afterwards known as 'Chope's 
Branch'; retired, 1922. Under his editorship and super- 
vision the number of publications issued yearly was greatly 
increased and included an illustrated weekly journal and 
numerous indexes. He was also a keen philologist; assisted 
in the compilation of the English Dialect Dictionary and in 
the transcription of The Pipe Roll of the Bishopric of Win- 
chester, a.d. 1208-9. A frequent contributor to Devon Notes 
and Queries, Of Hartland, Devon. J. P. Author, The Story of 
Hartland; also wrote an account of the Dialect of Hartland 
for the English Dialect Society. Died Feb. 8, 1938. (Kelly, 
Handbook, 1937; The Times, Feb. 10, 1938.) 

CHOPPIN, FREDERICK M.A. 1818, incorp. from Oxford. S. of 
Frederick of London. B.A. Oxford (1804); M.A. (do.) 1808. 
In Clergy Lists (unbeneficed) until 1849. 

CHOPPIN, HAROLD EDWARD MAYER. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 15, 1888. S. of James, Acting Chief Justice, of 
St Vincent [and Marian Gillie]. B. July 23, 1S70, at Kings- 
town, St Vincent. Schools, Reading (Rev. W. Walker) and 
Hereford Cathedral (Rev. F. H. Tatham). Matric. Michs. 
1888. 

CHOPPIN, JAMES FREDERICK MAYER. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Lent, 1877; from Cavendish H. 

CHOPPIN, JAMES ILES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 17, 
1826. B. at Bath. Matric. Easter. 1826; B.A. 1830. 

CHORLEY, FRANCIS WEEKS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
19, 1850. S. of Thomas, teacher of languages. B. at Leeds, 
Yorks. Bapt. Sept. 12, 1831. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1855; 
M.A. 1858. V of St Luke's, Leeds, 1864-70. C of St Anne's, 
Wandsworth, 1870-2. C. of Hanmer, Flints., 1890-4. Of 
Crown Street, Bury St Edmunds, in 1900, without cure. 
. Disappears from Crockford, 1902, where his ordination is 
not found. 

CHORLEY, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 23) at 
Caius, Sept. 19, 1840. 4th s. of Thomas, late surgeon, of 
Leeds. B. there Jan. 21, 1817. Schools, Chapel Allerton, 
Yorks. (Rev. E. Wilson), Leeds Grammar (Rev. W. C. 
Wollaston), Aberford (Rev. J. Carter), and Reading Grammar 
(Rev. W. Plues). Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1843-6; M.B. 
1846. M.R.C.S., 1840. M.R.C.P., 1846. Of 9, Clarence 
Lawn, Dover, in 1872. In practice in London for many 
years. Hon. Physician to the Marylebone Dispensary. Died 
July 26, 1890, m Bavswater. Buried at Perivale. {Venn, 
11. 353.) 

CHORLTON, JOHN HIGGINBOTTOM. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Mar. 26, 1844. Of Middlesex. S. of Samuel, of Run- 
corn, Cheshire. 

CHOTZNER, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
13, 1892. S. of Joseph, House Master at Harrow School. 
B. at Belfast, Mar. 28, 1873. School, Harrow. Matric. Mi. hs 
1892; Scholar; Browne Medal; B.A. 1895. Entered the 
I.C.S., 1896; served in Bengal, Behar and Assam. District 
and Sessions Judge, East Bengal and Assam, 1909. Judge of 
the High Court of Calcutta, 1924-8; retired, 1928. M.P. for 
West Ham (Upton div.), 1931-4. Of Courtenay Tye, Hove, 
Sussex. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1935.) 

CHOWNE [formerly TILSON], JAMES HENRY. Adm. Fell.- 
Com, at Peterhouse, June 27, 1843. S. of James [Tilson], 
of Goring, Oxon. B. Jan. 13, 1812. School, Addiscombe. 
Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Previously in 
the service of the Bengal Army, East India Co. (went to 
India, 1829; Lieut., 1832; Capt., 1842; retired, Aug. 5, 1845). 
Assumed, by Royal Licence, the surname of Chowne only, 
in 1835, in compliance with the will of Mary, Countess De 
Bruhl. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest, 1849; C. of Pershore, 
1848. C. of Little Comberton, Worcs., 1851. C. of St James's, 
Taunton, 1852. C. of Netherbury, Dorset, 1854. Travelling 
Secretary for the S.P.G., 1858-65. Of Wheatleigh Lodge, 
Taunton, and of Slape House, Netherbury, in 1864. V. of 
Christ Church, Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts., 1872-5. Married, 
at Calcutta, Mary Maynard, dau. of WUliam Braddon, of 
Skisdon, Cornwall, Aug. 19, 1835. Father of the next. {T.A. 
Walker, 4S1; Bengal Army; Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

CHOWNE, JAMES HENRY TILSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 25, 1S71. S. of James Henry (above), clerk. B. at 
Gt Malvern, Worcs. Bapt. Jan. 25, 1848. 

CHREE, CHARLES. Adm. scholar at King's, Oct. n, 1879; 
graduate in Arts of Aberdeen ITniversity; Gold Medal, 1879. 
2nd s. of Charles, D.D., Minister of Lintrathen, Kirriemuir, 
Forfar. B. May 5, i860, at The Manse, Lintrathen. School 



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Christer, William 

Old Aberdeen Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1879; Prizeman; {6th 
Wrangler, 1SS3; Math. Trip., Pt III, 1st Class., 1884; Nat. Sci. 
Trip., Pt II, istClass,iS34); B.A. 1SS4; M.A. i8S7;Sc.D. 1895; 
Fellow, r885; re-elected Research Fellow, 1S90. LL.D. (Aber- 
deen) 189S. Superintendent of Kew Observatory, 1893-1925. 
Assistant Director of the Meteorological Office. F.R.S., rS97. 
Hughs Medallist, I9rg. Watt Medallist, I.C.E., r905. Presi- 
dent of the Terrestrial Magnetism and Electricity section of 
the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, 1922-7. 
Author, scientific; contributed articles on the Atmosphere, 
Electricity and Terrestrial Magnetism to the Encyclopaedia 
Briiannka. Died Aug. 12, 1928, at Worthing. {The Times, 
Aug. 14, t928.) 
CHRISTER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 10, 
1835. 

CHRISTIAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 29, 1775. Of Cumberland. [S. of Charles, of Morland 
Close.] Bapt. at Brigham, Cumberland, Mar. 3, 1758. 
Scholar, 1775; matric. Michs. 1776. Migrated to St John's, 
May 2, 1777; Scholar, 1777; 2nd Chancellor's Medal; Prize- 
man; B.A. {yd Wrangler) 1779; M.A. 1782. Fellow of St 
John's, 1780-9. It would appear that for a few months he 
was Head Master of Hawkshead Grammar School, 1781. 
[His parentage is not given in either of the College Registers.] 
He was a brother of Fletcher Christian, the Master's mate of 
the Bountv {see The Mutineers of the Bounty, by Lady Diana 
Belcher, p. 6). To the Minutes of the proceedings in the 
Court Martial held at Portsmouth, Aug. 12, 1793, on the 
Bounty mutineers, Christian added an appendix, purporting 
to give a full account of the causes of the mutiny. This 
evoked a reply from Admiral Bligh, who described the 
appendix — as ' the work of Mr Edward Christian, the brother 
of Fletcher Christian, written apparently for the purpose of 
vindicating his brother's conduct at my expense'. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, July 5, 1782, as 'of Morland Close, Cumberland, 
gent.' Called to the Bar, Jan. 25, r786. Bencher, 1809. 
Treasurer, 1810-11. Professor of Common Law, May 10, 
1788. First Downing Professor of the Laws of England, 
1788-1823. Chief Justice of the Isle of Ely, 1800. One of the 
Counsel for the University in the litigation which ultimately 
led to the foundation of Downing College. A candidate for 
the office of Registrar of the Corporation of the Bedford 
Level, 1804 (his election address was printed in the Cam- 
bridge Chronicle, Mar. 30, 1805); the result of the voting was 
challenged and a controversy ensued. There was apparently 
a scuffle for the possession of the office of the corporation and 
further controversy {Cambridge Chronicle, July 20, 1805). 
Professor of Law at the East India Company's College at 
Hertford, i8o6-r8. As Chief Justice, noted for his lengthy, 
and mostly irrelevant, charges to the Grand Jury; wittily 
said by Gunning to have died, 'in the full vigour of his 
incapacity.' The Universities are, however, indebted to him 
for having successfully worked for their rights to a copy of 
every copyrighted work. Author, legal. Married, at Roch- 
dale, Lanes., Oct. n, 1809, Mary, eldest daughter of John 
Walmsley, of Tentercroft and Castlemere. Died s.p. Mar. 29, 
1823, aged 62 {sic), at Downing College. M.I. at Broxboume, 
Herts. Brother of John (1773). {T. A. Walker, 340; St 
John's Coll. Adm., iv; D.N.B.; Gunning, Reminiscences, I. 
192-200.) 

CHRISTIAN, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 28) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 15, 1780; a 'Ten-year man.' [S. and h. of Humphrey 
(1737), V. of Docking, Norfolk, and Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Brett, of Seaming, Norfolk.] B. Jan. 27, 1752 at 
Botesdale [Redgrave], Suffolk. Scholar, 1780; matric. Easter, 
1792; B.D. {Stat. Eli:.) 1792. Ord. priest (Norwich) May 7, 
1784; C. of Brancaster, Norfolk. R. of Ousby, 1784-1807. 
R. of Workington, Cumberland, 1792-1803. Inherited the 
Hare estates at Docking from his mother, to whom they had 
been devised, as next of kin, by Mrs Catherine Henley, dau. 
of Hugh Charles Hare, of Docking Hall. Assumed (with his 
issue) the surname and arms of Hare only by King's sign 
manual, Dec. 5, 1798. Married (1) his cousin, Frances, dau. 
of John Christian, of Ewanrigg, Mar. 4, 1773, at White- 
haven and had issue; (2) Robina, dau. of Matthew Morthland 
(Mortland), of Rindmuir, near Glasgow, Feb. 18, 1790, at St 
Nicholas, Lombard Street, London. Died July r, 1807. 
Brother of John (1769). For his son Hugh Charles, see sub 
Hare. {T. A. Walker, 347; Cant. Act Bk.\ J. Foster, Noble 
and Gentle Families, 452; R. G. Browne.) 

CHRISTIAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1877. 
S. of George, of Bighton, Alresford, Hants. B. Sept. t4, 1858, 
at Malvem, Worcs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881. Went to Ceylon, and became a member of the 
firm of Messrs H. M. Robertson and Co., of Colombo. A 
Director of the Bengal and North Western Railway of India 
and of the Pundaloga Tea Company of Ceylon. A prominent 
member of the Colombo Jockey Club. Returned to England, 
c. 1904. Settled at Otterbourne House, near Winchester, 
Hants. Lord of the Manor of Otterbourne and a frequent 

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Christian, Joseph 

prize winner at agricultural shows. Died Apr. 3, 1934. 
Brother of the next. (77k: Tims, Apr. 6, 1934; Eton Sch. 
Lists ; Tie Morning Post, Apr. 1934; R. G. Browne.) 

CHRISTIAN, FREDERIC HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1881. S. of George, Esq., of Bighton Wood, Alresford, Hants. 
School, Eton (s. of H. B. C, formerly of Bighton). Matric. 
Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. Of Midlington House, Droxford, 
Hants., 1939. J. P. Married and had issue. Brother of the 
above. 

CHRISTIAN, FREDERICK WHITE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, July 4, 1854. [3rd s. of Hugh George, Esq., 
H.E.I.C.S.,of Rose Hill House, Knaresborough, Yorks., and 
Anne Fisher, his wife, and grandson of Sir Hugh Cloberry 
Christian {D.N.B.) B. 1834.] Schools, Shrewsbury and 
Addiscombe. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1868. Ord. 

1 deacon, 1859; priest (Peterb.) i860; C. of Tinwell, 1859-61. 
C. of Stubton, 1S61-4. C. of South Wingfield, Derbs., 1S64- 
75; V. there, 1875-1909. Married, Sept. 4, 1861, Alice, 
daughter of Rev. Joseph Clark, R. of Bythani, Lines., and 
had issue. Died May 14, 1909, aged 74. Brother of Samuel 
(1852). {Fox-Davies; The Times, May 17, 1909.) 

CHRISTIAN, GEORGE JACKSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1839. Of Hants. 4th 5. of Hood Hanway, Rear- 
Admiral [and Harriet, dau. of Samuel Shute, of Fern Hill. 
Wootton, Isle of Wight, and grandson of Admiral Sir Hugh 
Cloberry Christian, K.B., for whom see D.N.B.]. B. 1819, at 
Segrove, Ryde, Isle of Wight. [Bapt. Jan. 1822, near Arreton 
in the City of Southampton.] School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Scholar, 184b. Entered the I.C.S., 1841-2. 
Married, in Salisbury Cathedral, Sophia, dau. of Charles 
Raikes, C.S.I. , Judge of the Sudder Court, at Agra. Com- 
missioner of Seetapore at the time of the Mutiny. Murdered, 
together with his wife and child, by the rebels, June 3, 1857, 
at Seetapore [see Narrative of the Munittes of Oudh, by 
Capt. G. Hutchinson, for an account of his death]. (R. G. 
Browne.) 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
June 5, 1769. Of Suffolk. [2nd s. of Humphrey (1737), V. of 
Docking, Norfolk, and Elizabeth Brett, his wife.] B. 1751, 
at Botesdale, Suffolk. Scholar, 1769; matric. Michs. 1770; 
B A. 1773; M.A. 1776. Fellow, 1775. R- of Knapton, 
Norfolk, 1781-8. Married Mary, dau. of Thomas Machin, 
surgeon, of Pakefield, Sufiolk, June, 17S1. Died s.p. 1788. 
Buried at Ryburgh, Norfolk. Brother of Edward (1780). 
{T A Walker, 332; J. Foster, Noble and Gentle Families, 
4si.) ' 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, Feb. 2, 
1773. Of Cumberland. S. and h. of Charles, attorney, of 
Morland Close, coroner for Cumberland. Bapt. Aug. 27, 
1752 Matric. Michs. 1773. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 29, 
1 771, as 's. and h. of Charles, late of Morland Close, Cumber- 
land.'' Attorney-at-law; practised in London, and lived in 
Pall Mall. Died June 14, 1791. Brother of Edward (1775). 
{T. A. Walker, 336; Foster, Noble and Gentle Families, 230; 
R. G. Browne.) 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 6, 1794- 
Of Cumberland. S. and h. of John [Christian, post Curwen, 
by his first wife, Mary Taubman, of the Isle of Man], of 
Milntown, Isle of Man, and of Ewanrigg Hall, Cumberland. 
B. at Castletown, Isle of Man, July 12, 1776. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. (81* Wrangler) 1798; M.A. 1801. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 23, 1798. Called to the Bar, 
1801 Of Ewanrigg Hall, Cumberland, and Milntown, Isle 
of Man. Succeeded his father (for whom see Memoir, G. Mag., 
1829 1. 178) Dec. ii, 1828. Deemster of the Isle of Man, 
1823-47. Married Susanna, dau. of Lewis Robert Allen, of 
Bath Apr. 23, 1807. Died at Milntown, Feb. 27, 1852. 
Buried at Kirk Christ, Lezayre, Mar. 5, 1852. Father of the 
next and William B. (1836); for his half-brothers Henry C. 
(1802) and William C. (1808), see sub Curwen. {Eton Coll. 
Reg.; St John's Coll. Adm., IV.) 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN ALLEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peti r- 
house Feb. 21, 1826. Of Cumberland. S. and h. of John 
(1794),' of Ewanrigg Hall, Cumberland [and Susanna, dau. 
of Lewis Robert Allen, H.E.I.C.S., Esq., of Bath] B. there 
Feb 28, 1809. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1826. 
Died unmarried at Fort Anne, Douglas, Isle of Man. Buned 
at Kirk Christ, Lezayre, June 9, 1828. Brother of William B. 
(1836). (7". A. Walker, 425; Burke, L.G.; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

CHRISTIAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 13, 1835. 4th s. of Joseph, gent., of London. B. there 
Tan 13, 1817. School, Christ's Hospital (Exhibitioner). 
Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar; B.A. Uoth Wrangler) 1839. 
Went to Australia; also in South America and California. 
Died unmarried in California. {Christ Hospital Reg.; Foster, 
Noble and Gentle Families, 235.) 

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Christian, Malcolm William 

CHRISTIAN, MALCOLM WILLIAM. Acta. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, July I, 1867. 2nd s. of WilUani BeU (1636), 
clerk, of Milntown; near Ramsey, Isle of Man. B. there Feb. 
6 1850. Matric. Michs. 1867. Died unmarried Sept. 26, 
1921, in New Zealand. (R. G. Browne.) 
CHRISTIAN, SAMUEL. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 22 sir) at Trinity 
Hall Jan. 27, 1852. S. and h. of Hugh George, Esq of 
Rose Hill House, Kuaresboruugh, Vorks., and Anne Fisher, 
his wife, and grandson of Sir Hugh Cloberry Christian 
III V i'.l, Lieut., E.I.C. B. Jan. 18, 1829- Schools Sedbergh 
and Cheltenham College (but wrongly styled s. of Samuel). 
Mitric Lent 1S52. Served for some years in 17th Bombay 
Infantry. Married, at Shanklin, Frances EmUy, youngest 
daughter of Colonel Mellor, of Derby, Apr. 1852 and had 
issue. Died in Australia, Dec. 11, 1862. Brother of Frederick 
W. (1S54). [Sedbergh Sell. Reg.) 
CHRISTIAN, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Mag- 
dalene, Oct. 6, 1S84. S. of , deceased. Matnc. Michs. 

1884. 
CHRISTIAN WILLIAM BELL. Adm. pens, (age 2r) at Trinity, 
June 2S, 1S36. 4 th s. of John (1794); B Aug. 17, 1815, at 
1 wanrieg Hall, Cumberland. Matnc. Michs. 1836; B.A. 
1840. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 15, i»34- Ord. 
deacon, June 14, 1840; priest (Sodor and Man) Aug. 1, 1841 
C of St John's Chapel, Douglas, 1840. Chaplain to the 
Manx Government, 1845. V. of Lezayre, Isle of Man, 1845- 
61 • resigned on succeeding his brother, Henry Taubman, in 
the family estates. Gave up active work in the Church and 
devoted himself to public affairs. Of Ewanngg Hall. Cumber- 
land and of Milntown, Isle of Man— the 20th owner of 
Miln'town in direct male line from Deemster John McCnsten 
(borne 1368). J.P., 1S66. A member of the House of Keys, 
1866. Member for Ramsey, 1866-83. Acted as Deputy- 
Speaker for many years; mainly responsible for the passing 
of the Bill for Compulsory Education. Captain of the parish 
of Maughold. Receiver-General for the Isle of Man, 1883. 
A member of the Legislative Council. Married four tunes. 
Died July 31, 1886, at Milntown. Buned at Lezayre. Brother 
of John A. (1826) and father of Malcolm W. (1S67). (Burke, 
L.G., ed. 1862; Foster, Noble and Gentle Families, 226; H. E. 
Browne.) 
CHRISTIAN, WILLIAM FINCH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 8, 
1S70 S. of W., of FinchhiU House, Douglas, Isle of Man. B. 
Apr 2 1850. School, King William's College. Matnc. Michs. 
1870. 'Died of fever Jan. 12, 1871, at Douglas. (Peile, II. 
616; King William's Coll. Reg.) 
CHRISTIE, ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesls, Oct. 
I, 1878. 3rd s. of William Langham (1847), Esq., M.P. B. 
Oct. 31, 1859, at Glyndebourne, Sussex. School, Cheltenham 
College! Matric. Michs. 1878. Died unmarried Mar. 29, 1888. 
Buried at Ringmer, Sussex. Brother of the next, Edward 
(1882) and Henry H. (1888). (Burke, L.G.) 
CHRISTIE, AUGUSTUS LANGHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 4, 1S77. S. of Wilham Langham (1847), Esq., 
M P of Glyndebourne, Lewes, Sussex. B. Aug. 8, 1857. 
School, Eton. Matnc. Michs. 1877- Of Glyndebourne, 
Sussex, and of Tapeley Park, Devonshire. J.P. Lord of the 
Manor and patron of the living of Instow, Devonshire. High 
Sheriff, 191 1. Married and had issue. Died Apr. 7, 1930, 
aged 72, at Tapeley Park, Instow. Brother of the above, etc. 
(Burke,'i..G.; The Times, Apr. 11, 1930.) 

CHRISTIE, CHARLES CLAYDON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Jan. 15, 1827. S. of Samuel Hunter (1800). B. at 
Woolwich. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 182S; B.A. 
1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon and priest, 1839; C. of Samp- 
ford ' Spiney, Devon, 1841. C. of Dartmouth, 1842-3. 
Minister of St Mary's, Greenwich, 1844-50. P.C. of St 
John's, Sidcup, 1856-61. Died Aug. >\ 1861, aged 52, at 
Deal. Half-brother of Wilham H. M. (1863). (G. Mag., 
1861, ". 332.) 
CHRISTIE, CHARLES HORACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 31, 1873. S. and h. of Robert, of Durie, Leven, Fifes. 
B. July rs, 1852, at Edinburgh. Matric. Michs. 1873. Died 
1877. (Burke, L.G.) 
CHRISTIE, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Trinity, 
Nov 21, 1809. [2nd s. of Daniel Beat, Major, Bombay 
Engineers, E.I.C.J B. Nov. 3, 1791. Matnc. Michs. 1810; 
B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 19, 1814, 
as ' 2nd s. of Major Christian, of Cumberland Street.' Of 
Hyde Park Square, London. Died Mar. 26, 1873. Buned in 
London. Brother of Langham (1S08). (Burke, L.G., 1925; 

Vis. of England and Wales, 11.) 
CHRISTIE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age nil at Jesus, Oct. I, 

1882. 4th s. of Wilham Langham (1847), Esq., M.P. B.Jan. 

5, 1864, at Glyndebourne, Sussex. School, Harrow. Matnc. 

Michs. '1882. No profession. Served in the Great War with 

the Reserve Regt. Cavalry. Of 84, Sloane Street, Loudon 



Christie, James John 

and of Henley-on-Thames; 'late of Toorak, Victoria.' 
Married and had issue. Brother of Archibald (1878), etc. 
{Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1936.) 
CHRISTIE, EDWARD RICHARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1879. 
Adm pens, at Christ's, Apr. 19, 1880. S. of William, of 
Tunstall, Stafls. B. Oct. 13, 1858, at Cork. B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1886. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Rochester) 1883; C of St 
John-the-Divine, Clapham Rise, Suney, 1882-5. Head 
Master of West Kent Grammar School, 1885-6; of Magdalen 
College School, Oxford, 1886-8. Author, Sketches of Cam- 
bridge in Verses; The Prince Imperial. Died Apr. 19, 1889, 
aged 30. (Peile, 11. 674; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 
CHRISTIE, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. scholar at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 15, 1874. S. of James. B. at Dundee, Forfar. 
Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1883. Ord. 
deacon, 1S7S; priest (York) 1879; C of Midhope, 1878-80. 
C of Chorlton-on-Medlock, 1880-1. C. of Helmsley, 1881-6. 
R. of St Marv's, Aberdeen, 1886-1923. Canon of Aberdeen, 
1914-23. Died Dec. 15, 1923, aged 70, atSt Mary'sparsonage, 
Aberdeen. Buried at Dundee. Perhaps brother of James 
(1872). (Crockford; The Times, Dec. 18, 1923; R. F. Scott.) 
CHRISTIE, GEORGE FRANCIS STEPHEN. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. 1, 1889. S. of George, merchant, of London [and Minnie 
Collins]. B. Jan. 2, 1870. School, Dulwich College. Matric, 
Michs. 1889. Entered the I.C.S., 1889; retired, 1923. Assis- 
tant Commissioner and Small Court Judge of Burma, in 
1898. Adm. at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, 1902. 
Of Garrycloyne, Eastbourne. Died June 16, 1938. (Venn, 
11. 506; Dulwich Coll. Reg.; The Times, June 18, 1938.) 
CHRISTIE, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Jan. 16, 1819. S. of Sir .Archibald, K.C.H. [of Stenton, Co. 
Fife, sometime Governor of Stirling Castle]. B. at Bodmin, 
Cornwall. School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1821. Comet, 
Light Dragoons, 1823; Lieut., unattached, 1826; retired, 
June 16, 1829. Died unmarried Dec. 9, 1837, at Bildestone, 
Suffolk. [Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1838, 1. 109.) 
CHRISTIE, GEORGE JOHN BURGE. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 16, 
1883. S. of James John (1851), clerk. B. Nov. 25, 1863. 
Schools, Repton and Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1892. Ord. 
deacon, 1888; priest (York) 1890; C. of Thirsk, Y'orks., 
1SS8-9. C. of Kirby-on-the-Moor, 1889-94. Held other 
curacies, 1894-1906. V. of St Catherine's, Felton Common 
Somerset. 1906-11. Lie. pr., dio. Bath and Wells, 1911-15. 
C. of St Saviour's, Weston-super-Mare, 1915-17. Had again 
a general licence in the dio. of Bath and Wells, 1918-20. 
Died Nov. 3, 1928, aged 65, at Weston-super-Mare. Brother 
of Philip R. (18S0). (Repton Sch. Reg.; M. H. Peacock, 
Wakefield Sch.) 
CHRISTIE, GEORGE RICHARDS, (The Rev.). Adm. pens, (age 
30) at Magdalene, Sept. 3, 1888. S. of George. Matric. 
Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Chaplain of Magdalene, 
1894-1900. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Canterbury) 1888; 
C. of Tunbndge Wells, 1886-8. C. of St Giles', Cambridge, 
188S-98. C. of St Clement's, Cambridge, 1898-1900. Chap- 
lain to Nottingham Prison, 1900-1. R. of Anderby, Lines., 
1901-12. V. of Rookhope, Durham, 1912-15. R. of Fen 
Ditton, Cambs., 1915-30; retired. Died at 132, Milton 
Road, Cambridge, March 14, 1942. (Crockford.) 
CHRISTIE, HENRY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 20, 1888. 6th s. of William Langham (1S47), Esq., of 
Glyndebourne, Sussex. B. Oct. 13, 1869. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1888. Died Feb. 4, 1915. Brother of Archibald 
(1878), etc. (Burke, L.G.) 
CHRISTIE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, Jan. 
23, 1872. S. of James, deceased. Matric. Lent, 1872. Per- 
haps brother of Francis W. (1874). 
CHRISTIE [STaRK-CHRISTIE], JAMES HENRY ROBERTSON 
STARK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 16, 1847. S. and h. of 
Robert Stark [Stark-Christie], of Teasses, Fife. B. Aug. 4, 

1830. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. Advocate 
at the Scotch Bar. Of Teasses (Teases), Fifes. J.P. Married 
and had issue. Died 1875. (Burke, L.G.) 

CHRISTIE, JAMES JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 30, 
1851. S. of James. B. at St Helier, Jersey. Bapt. Feb. 27, 

1831. Matric. Michs. 1851; Scholar; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858. 
Mathematical Lecturer at Highbury Training College, 1855- 
7. Ord. deacon, 1856; priest (London) 1857; C. of Highbury 
1S56-7. Second Master of Retford Grammar School, 1860-5. 
C. of Lound, Notts., 1S61-4. Head Master of Rotherham 
Grammar School, 1865-78. V. of Pontefract, Vorks., 1878- 
99. Rural Dean, 1893-9. Involved in agitation over tithe; 
the legality of his claim was tested in the law courts when 
judgment was given for the Vicar. Mainly owing to his 
efforts the Church of Pontefract was restored and a new 
vicarage built. Member of the York Diocesan Education 
Committee. V. of Kirk Fenton, 1899-1902. Died there 
Dec. 24, 1902, aged 71. Father of George J. B. (1883) and 
Philip R. (1880). (The Eagle, XXIV.) 

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Christie, Langham 

CHRISTIE, LANGHAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Oct. 18, 
1808. [S. and h. of Daniel Beat, Major, E.I.C., Bombay 
Engineers.] B. Jan. 23, 1789, in Wiinpole Street, London. 
School, (?) Harrow. Ma trie. Michs. 1808; B.A. 1S13; M.A. 
1817. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 13, 1815, age 26, as s. 
and h. of Major Christian, late of Cumberland Place, Port- 
man Square, deceased. Of Preston Deanery, Northants, 
High Sheriff, 1852. Married Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Gosling, of Hassobury Park, Bishop's Stortford, 
Essex, June 29, 1829. Died Sept. 23, 1861. Buried at 
Preston Deanery. Brother of Charles W. (1809), and father 
of William L. (1847). (Burke, L.G.) 

CHRISTIE, PHILIP RIDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 19, 
1880. S. of James John (1851), clerk. B. at Clareborough, 
Notts. Bapt. May 20, 1S62. School, Highgate (C. McDowale, 
M.A.). Ma trie Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1SS3; B.A. 18S4; 
LL.M. 1892. Of Old Manor Cottage, East Molesey. Died 
Aug. 31, 193S. Buried at West Molesey, Brother of George 
J. B. (1883). (The Times, Sept. 2, 1938.) 

CHRISTIE, RICHARD COOPER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Oct. 8, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 
1823; LL.B. 1828. Ord. deacon, 1833; priest, 1834; R. of 
Fretherae, Gloucs., 1834-44. Apparently without cure, 
1845-50. R. of Castle-Combe, Wilts., 1S51-86-. (Disappears 
from Crockford, 1889). 

CHRISTIE, SAMUEL HUNTER. Adm. sizar {age 17) at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1800. S. of James, of London [antiquary and 
auctioneer, for whom see D.X.B.]. B. Mar. 22, 1784, at 90, 
Pall Mall. School, Walworth, Surrey (Mr Calty). Matnc. 
Michs. 1800; Scholar, 1804; 1st Smith's Prizeman; B.A. 
(2nd Wrangler) r8o5; M.A. 1808. Founded the University 
Boat Club. Mathematical Assistant at the Royal Military 
College, Woolwich, 1806; Professor of Mathematics, 1838-54. 
F.R.S., 1S26; Secretary, 1837-54. Took a prominent part in 
promoting the advance in magnetical science. Served con- 
stantly upon the Compass Committee. Author, mathematical. 
Died Jan. 24, 1865, at Twickenham. Father of Charles C. 
(1827) and William H. M. (1S63). (D.N.B.) 

CHRISTIE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 4, 1857. 
S. of Alexander. B. May 31, 1837, at Kirk Hammerton, 
Yorks. School, Bramham (E. O. Haigh, M.A.). Matric. 
Michs. 1857. Became a farmer. Capt. in the Royal Lanes. 
Artillery. Died 1S71. (Peile, 11. 555.) 

CHRISTIE, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St 
Catharine's, Apr. 12, 1853. S. of Thomas. B. at Castlebar, 
Co. Mayo, Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1S57. 'Thomas 
William Christie, B.A. Cambridge, M.R.C.S. London, for 
the last 40 years a faithful preacher of the fa^th of God's 
elect, died Nov. 4, 1892, aged 80, at Ash House, Broad Green, 
near Liverpool.' {Morning Post, NoV. 8, 1892; G.E.C.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM ATHELSTAN GREENHILL. Adm. pens, 
at Sidney, Oct. 1, 1895. S. of William, Major, of Clapham. 
B. Nov. 20, 1876, at Lucknow, India. School, Dulwich 
College (Mr Gilkes). Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar; B.A. 
1898. With W. B. Keen and Co., Chartered Accountants, 
London, 1899-1900. At the Board of Trade (Official Re- 
ceiver's department), 1900-12. A National Health Insurance 
Commissioner, 1913-18. Ministry of Pensions, 1919-26-. Of 
The Little House, Pollard's Hill West, Norbury. (Dulwich 
Coll. Reg.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM DOUGAL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 
30, 1832. S. and h. of Dougal, M.D., E.I.C., Bombay Medical 
Service, and of 37, Montagu Square, London. B. Jan. 5, 
i8r6, at Bombay. Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1837; B.A. 
1838; M.A. 1862. Entered the Indian Civil Service, 1835. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 19, 1835. Called to the Bar, 
r840. M.P. for Weymouth, 1841-7. Entered the Diplomatic 
Service, 1848. Consul- General in the Mosquito Territory, 
1848. Secretary of Legation at Berne, 1851. Consul-General 
to the Argentine Republic, r854. Minister Plenipotentiary', 
1856. Envoy Extra-ordinary to Brazil, 1859-63; retired. 
C.B., 1871. Devoted himself to the study of the history and 
literature of the seventeenth century. A frequent contributor 
to Notes and Queries. Author, Life of the first Earl of Shaftes- 
bury, etc. Died July 27, 1874. at 32, Dorset Square, Maryle- 
bone, London. Fatherof William H. (1861). (Boase; D.N.B.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM GARNET. Adm. at King's, Oct. 1, 
1895. S. of William, of Minden, Peebles, Scotland. School, 
Fettes. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. A member of the 
firm of Wm. Christie and Co., shipowners, etc., of 2, Gt 
Winchester Street, London. During the Great War acted as 
interpreter in France, 1916-19. Of 9, Lansdowne Place, 
Hove. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
19, 1861. S. of William Dougal (1S32). B. July 14, 1842, at 
Hayes, Middlesex. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1861; 
B.A. 1865. Entered the Diplomatic Service. Clerk in the 
Treasury, 1868. Died c. 1885. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 



Christopher, Alfred Millard William 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM HENRY MAHONEY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 13, 1863. S. of Samuel Hunter (1800). B. 
Oct. i, 1845, at Woolwich. School, King's College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1866; B.A. (4th Wrangler) 
1868; M.A. 1871. Fellow, 1869. Hon. D.Sc. (Oxford). 
Chief Assistant at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 1870; 
made large extensions in the buildings and instruments, 
many of which were designed by him; served on the Obser- 
vatory Council for over 40 years. Astronomer-Royal, 1881- 
1910. Observed and photographed the total eclipses of 1896, 
1900 and 1905. C.B., 1897. K.C.B., 1904. F.R.S., F.R.A.S. 
Of The Tower House Downe, Kent. Author, astronomical. 
Died Jan. 22, 1922. Half-brother of Charles C. (1827). (The 
Annual Register, 1922.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM LANGHAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Nov. 24, 1847. [S. and h. of Langham (1808).] 
B. May 31, 1830. School, Eton, Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 
1852; M.A. 1S55. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 1, r852. Of 
Glyndeboume, Lewes, Sussex. J. P. forSussex and Northants. 
D.L. for Sussex. M.P. for Lewes, 1874-85. Died Nov. 28, 
1913, at Glyndeboume. Father of Augustus L. (1877), 
Archibald (1878), Edward (1882) and Henry H. (1888). 
(Burke, L.G.) 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM NEVIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
n, 1886. S. of William, army pensioner. B. Oct. 18, 1863, 
at Tunstall, Staffs. School, Headingley, Leeds (Rev. J. J. 
Coates). Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A, 1889. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1891; C. of Pencombe, Heref., 1891-2. Died 
Feb. 4, 1892, aged 2S, at Mentone. (R. F. Scott.) 

CHRISTIE, . Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 7, 1837. 

CHRISTMAS [post NOEL-FEARN], HENRY. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, July 5, 1S33. S. of Robert Noble, of Taunton 
[and Jane, dau. of Samuel Fearn]. B. 1811, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1837; priest, 1838. Librarian and Secretary of 
Sion College, London, 1841-8. Minister of Verulam Chapel, 
Lambeth, 1843-56. Lecturer at St Peter's, Cornhill, London, 
1852-66. C. of St James's, Thames Street, 1866. Professor 
of English History and Archaeology to the Royal Society of 
Literature (England), 1854-9. F.R.S., 1842. F.S.A. Numis- 
matist; joint Hon. Secretary of the Numismatic Society, 
London, 1844; his collection of coins was sold at Sotheby's 
for £1260. Assumed the surname of Noel-Feam, 1866. 
Editor of Church periodicals, 1840-6. Married and had issue. 
Author, miscellaneous. Died suddenly Mar. 11, 1868. Buried 
at Norwood. (Boase; D.N.B.; R. F. Scott.) 

CHRISTMAS, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St 
John's, Dec. 18, 1775. S. of William, Esq., of Dublin, 
Ireland. School, Drogheda (Dr Norris). Matric. Michs. 1777. 
Of Whitfield, Co. Waterford. High Sheriff, 1789. Will 
proved Aug. 20, 1821. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G., 
1862; St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

CHRISTMAS, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, Oct. 
11, 1817. S. of Thomas (above). B. in Ireland. Matric. 
Michs. 1S17. Of Whitfield, Co. Waterford. J. P., D.L. and 
High Sheriff. M.P. for Co. Waterford, 1832-5. Married Miss 
Wynneatt, of Gloucs. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862.) 

CHRISTMAS, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, June 30, 1845. S. of Thomas. B. at Cambridge. 
School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; 
M.A. 1852. C. of Funtington, Sussex, 1851-3. Lecturer of 
St Peter's, Cornhill, London, 1852. In Clergy Lists, without 
cure. C. of Harwich. C. of Horsham, Norfolk, 1871-8. R. 
of Crostwick, 1878-91. Not in Crockford, 1892. 

CHR1ST0FF, VENTCHAN VELICO. Adm. pens, (age 19} at 
Jesus, 1891. S. of Velico. B. at Varna, Turkey. School, 
Denstone. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. 
Returned to Bulgaria. 

CHRISTOFFELSZ, JOHN [GE0RGE1. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Feb. 1854. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1859. 

CHRISTOPHER, ALFRED MILLARD WILLIAM. Adm. sizar 
at St John's, May 13, 1839. 6th s. of George, Esq., of 
Chiswick, Middlesex. B. Aug. 20, 1820, in London. School, 
East India College, Hertford (Rev. C. W. Le Bas). Matric. 
Michs. 1839. Migrated (age 20) to Jesus, Oct. 16, 1840; B.A. 
(19th Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 1849; incorp. at Oxford, i860. 
Cricket 'blue,' 1843. Principsl of La Martiniere, Calcutta, 
1844-9. Apparently admitted a member of Trinity College, 
Oxford, Apr. 16, 1872, age 51. Ord. deacon, 1849; priest 
(Winchester) 1850; C. of St John's, Richmond, Surrey, 1849- 
55. Secretary, C.M.S., 1855-9. R- of St Aldate's, Oxford, 
1859-1905. Hon. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1886- 
1913. Of Downend, Gloucs. Married Maria (his cousin), dau. 
of James (? Thomas) Seton, and sister of Sir Heury Wilmot 
Seton, June 15, 1844. Edited Memoir of the Rev. J. J. 
Weitbrecht, C.M.S. Missionary to Bengal. Died Mar. 10, 19131 
aged 92, at Oxford. [His grandfather, William Christ 
was a friend of Captain Cook, the famous im 
accompanied him on his last voyage.] (Burke, L.G., 1925; 
Al. Oxon.; The Eagle.) 

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Church, George Lemon 



CHRISTOPHER, CHARLES DEMETRIUS. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Miens. 1875. 

CHRISTOPHERSON, ARTHUR. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Nov. 11, 1831. S. of John, of Coltou, Milnthorpe. B. at 
Colton, Lanes. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1832; 
Scholar; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon, 1841; priest, 
1842; C. of Goodshaw, 1S41-4. C. of St Mary's, Lancaster, 
1844-52. V. of Caton, Lanes., 1852-76. Lived latterly at 
Coltou House, Haverthwaite, l.'lverston. Lanes. Died Apr. 
23, 1902. Perhaps brother of John (1835). (Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg.; I he Eagle, xxv.) 

CHRISTOPHERSON, BRIAN. .Vim. sizar at St John's, July 7, 
1858. S. of Brian, farmer. B. at Culton, Lanes. Bapt. Mar. 5, 
183;. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Assistant 
Master at Wakefield School, Yorks., 1863-4. Ord. deacon, 
1863; priest (Ripon) 1S04; C. of Thornes, 1863-4. Head 
Master of Batley Grammar School, 1S64-9; of Mouiton 
Grammar School, Lines., 1869-73; of the Royal Grammar 
School, Newcastle -on -Tyne, 1873-S3. R. of Falmouth, 
Cornwall, 1882-1912. Rural Dean of Canunath, 1889-96. 
Hou. Canon of Truro Cathedral, 1900-14. Resided latterly 
ii Miortlands, Kent. Died there Dec. 24, 1916, aged 79. 
Father of John B. (1887). {Wakefield Sch. Reg.; R. F. 
Scott.) 

CHRISTOPHERSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 15, 
1835. Of Lanes. B. at Liverpool. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1835; B.A. 1S39. Ord. deacon, 1841; priest, 1H42. 
C. of Knowle, Warws., in 1847-9. C. of St Chad's, Lichfield, 
1851-65. Secretary to the Society for the Evangelization of 
the Jews, 1868-75. R. of Aslackby, Lines., 1873-6. Lived 
latterly at Knowle, Birmingham. Died Jan. 1894. Perhaps 
brother of Arthur (1831). (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

CHRISTOPHERSON, JOHN BRIAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1887. S. of Brian (1858), R. of Falmouth. B. Apr. 30, 1S68, 
at Batley, Yorks. Schools, Newcastle-on-Tyne Grammar and 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.B. and 
B.C. 1893; M.A. and M.D. 1898. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital; House Physician, Surgeon and Demonstrator in 
Anatomy, 1893-1902. F.R.C.S., 1897. F.R.C.P., 1913. 
Sometime Senior Resident Medical Officer at the Evelina 
Hospital, London. Physician to the Governor-General, 
Sudan, 1902-9. First Director of the Sudan Medical Depart- 
ment, 1904-9. Fellow of the Royal Society of Tropical 
Medicine and Hygiene. During the Great War, Surgeon at 
the Bury Hospital, Serbia, 1915-16; prisoner of war. Secre- 
tary to the Commission on Medical Services, R.A.M.C, 111 
France, 1917. Consulting Physician on Tropical Diseases 
Clinic, Ministry of Pensions; discovered the cure for Egyptian 
Bilharzia disease. C.B.E., 1919; Order of the Nile; Order of 
St Sava (Serbia). Of 5, Devonshire Place, London, W., and 
Heavensgate, Lydney-on-Severn, GIoucs., 1939. Author, 
Government Blue Books, Egypt, etc. (Venn, 11. 488; Medical 
Directory, 1939.) 

CHRISTOPHERSON, JOHN RUSSELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, July 16, 1787. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1788; 
Scholar; LL.B. 1794. C. of Wisbech St Peter, Cambs., 1795. 
P.C. of Guyhirn, Wisbech, 1795. V. of Eagle, Lines., 1800-4 j. 
R. of Grainsby, 1800-44. C. of Elm, Cambs., 1804. C. of 
Elm with Emneth, Cambs., 1S25-. Died Oct. 20, 1844, at 
Wisbech. (G. Mag., 1844, 11. 662; Ely Ord. Bk.) 

CHRYSTAL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 2, 
1871. S. of William, Esq. B. Mar. 8, 1851, at Bourtie, near 
Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire. Schools, Aberdeen Grammar 
and Aberdeen University. Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar; 
rnd Smith's Prizeman; B.A. [yd Wrangler) 1875; M.A. 
{Corpus Christi) 1878. Fellow and Lecturer of Corpus 
Christi, 1875; Hon. Fellow, 1890. Professor of Mathematics 
at St Andrew's, 1877-9; at Edinburgh University, 1879- 
1911. Dean of the Faculty of Arts. Hon. LL.D. (Aberdeen) 
1S87. LL.D. (Glasgow) 1911. F.R.S. (Edin.) 1880; General 
Secretary, 1901-11. Worked on the oscillations in lakes; 
awarded the royal medal, by the Royal Society of London, 
1911. Contributed numerous articles to the Transactions of 
the Royal Society of Edinburgh; also articles on electricity 
and magnetism to the Encyclopaedia Bntannica. Author, 
A Treatise on Algebra, etc. Died Nov. j, 1911, at 5, Belgrave 
Crescent, Edinburgh. (T. A. Walker, 538; D.N.B., 2nd 
Suppl.) 

CHUBB, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, June 
Z3i IiS 43- 5th s. of Morley, gent., of London. B. Jan. 26, 
1824, at Bridgwater, Somerset. School, Christ's Hospital. 
Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar; B.A. 1848. Died Sept. 14, 
1852, at Cirencester. (Christ's Hospital Reg.; G. Mag.) 

CHUBB, CHARLES LYTTELTON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 
2, 1868. S. and h. of Thomas Henry, attorney, of Malmes- 
bury, Wilts. B. there Mar. 12, 1850. School, Blundell's, 
Tiverton (Mr Hughes). Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. (39//1 
11 rangier] 1872; LL.M. 1877. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 17, 



1870. Of 5, New Square, London, W.C. Died Apr. 15, T937, 
at West Waye, Ferring- on-Sea, Sussex. (The Times, Apr. 16, 
I937-) 
CHUBB, EDWARD GEOFFREY. Adm. at King's, Oct. 1, 1887. 
S. of John, of St Paul's Churchyard, London. School, Leys, 
Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; LL.B. 1891; 
LL.M. 1895. Adm. Solicitor; practised, 1895-1914, in Lon- 
don. Served in the Great War {Capt., 6th Royal West 
Surrey Regt.). Killed in action, July 12, 1915, in France. 
(King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; University War List.) 

CHUBB, HUBERT PARRY BROCKMAN. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 1, 1887. B. Oct. 25, 1867. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Peterb.) 1892; 
C. of Spratton, Northants., 1891-4. Held other curacies, 
1894-1901. Minor Canon of Peterborough, 1898-1901. C. of 
Godalrning, Surrey, 1901-5. C. of Cobham (and in charge of 
St Matthew's, Hatchford), 1905-13. V. of Hatchford, 1914- 
39-. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CHUBB, PHILIP JABEZ. Adm. at King's, Sept. 29, 1890. S. 
of John, of St Paul's Churchyard, London. School, Leys, 
Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1890; LL.B. 1893. Director of 
Sir Henry Lunn, Ltd., 5, Endsleigh Gardens, W.C. Of 66a, 
High Street, St John's Wood, N.W. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHUBILDAS, RAMDAS. Matnc. Non-Coil. Easter, 1883. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 1883. S. and h. of Chubildas 
Lulloobhoy [broker, of Bombay]. B. June 2, 1861, at Bom- 
bay. Scholar, 1884; B.A. and LL.B. 1886; M.A. and LL.M. 
1890. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 25, 1883. Called to 
the Bar, 1887. Practising as a Barrister at Nagpur, India, 
1911. Professor of Sanskrit at Nagpur University. Died 
Oct. 1920. Father of Suryakant R. {1899) (for whom see 
sub Ramdas). (Peile, u. 700; Christ's Coll. Report, 1924.) 

CHUDLEIGH, RICHARD AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, at Chhist's, 
May 16, 1857. S. of Nicholas Ford, clerk. B. Nov. 25, 1838, 
at Cubert, Cornwall. Schools, Marlborough and Lucton, 
Heref. Matric. Michs. 1857; Tancred Student, 1857; B.A. 
1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Winchester, Lilt. dim. from 
Canterbury) 1862; priest (Canterbury) 1864; C. of West 
Wickham, Kent, 1862-6. C. of Illogan, Cornwall, 1866-74. 
R. of West Parley, Dorset, 1874-1911. Resided latterly at 
Swanage. Died Aug. 13, 1920, at Dudsbury, near Wimbome. 
[Peile, 11. 553; G. B. Routledge.) 

CHUGG, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 1879. 
S. of John, yeoman, of Westdown, Ilfracombe, Devon. 

B. Apr. 11, 1859, at Ilfracombe. School, Fullard's, Taunton. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 18S7. Ord. deacon, 
1884; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1885; C. of Corsham, 
Wilts., 1884-7. Held various curacies, 1887-96. V. of 
Neston, Cheshire, 1896-1923. Address, 6, Apsley Terrace, 
Ilfracombe, in 1932. 

CHURCH, ARTHUR EDWARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Ely) 1891; 

C. of St Matthew's, Cambridge, 1890-2. C. of Stepney, 
1892-3. C. of Hackney, 1893-1904. V. of St James's, 
Curtain Road, London, 1904-11. R. of Winfarthing, Norfolk, 
1911-27. Lie. pr., dio. Chichester, 1929-36-. Of 21, North- 
gate Street, Bury St Edmunds, in 1939. Died Feb. 1, 1940. 
(Crockford, 1939; The limes, Feb. 3, 1940.) 

CHURCH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 1, 
1803. S. of Charles (Cobbe), clerk, of Whitehaven, Cumber- 
land. School, St Bees (Mr Barnes). Matric. Michs. 1803. 
Migrated to Jesus, Oct. 22, 1804, as s. of Cobbe, P.C. of 
Whitehaven. Exhibitioner, 1805; Scholar, 1806; B.A. 1807; 
M.A. 1811. Ord. deacon, 1808; priest, 1810; C. of Beckermet, 
Cumberland. V*. of Hensingham, in 1S16. Chaplain in India, 
serving at Cuddalore, Vizagapatam, and Madras. Sailed for 
England, Mar. 6, 1822. Died at sea, Apr. 15. (Caine, Churches 
of Whitehaven Rural Deanery.) 

CHURCH, EDWARD JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
10, 1882, S. of John Christian, of 14, Belmont Park, Black- 
heath, Kent. B. there May 15, 1863. School, Blackheath 
Proprietary (Mr South). Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Lichfield) 1887; C. of 
St Mark's, Wolverhampton, 1886-90. C. of Kippington, 
Kent, 1891-5. R. of Burrough Green, Cambs., 1895-1917. 
District Councillor, 1904-11; Guardian, 1904. V. of St 
Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge, 1917-30. Hon. Canon of Ely, 
1924. R. of Fen Ditton, 1930-8; retired. Married and had 
issue. Of Ridland Cottage, Limpsfield Chart, Surrey, in 1939. 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

CHURCH, GEORGE LEMON. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 25. 

1841. Of Hants. S. of , Capt., R.N., deceased. Matric. 

Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. Ord. deacon, 1846; priest (Exeter) 
1847; C. of Kenwyn, Cornwall, 1846-8. R. of Chacewater, 
1848-90. Disappears from Crockford, 1891. Married Maria 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Simmons, of Truro, Aug. io, 1848, 
at Kenwyn. (Coll. Cornub.) 



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CHURCH, HARALD STEPHEN. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 
1893. S. of Alfred John, R. of Ashley, Gloucs. B. Apr. 3, 
1874. School, Aldenham. Matric. Mictis. 1893; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1896. Assistant Master at Burlington House School, 
Richmond, Surrey, 1S97-; at Pretoria House School, Folke- 
stone, 1899-1906. Joint Head Master of Ellerslie Preparatory 
School, Barnstaple, Deyon, 1906-. Head Master of Ellerslie 
School, Bickington, Barnstaple, in 1919; still there, 1930-1. 
[Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1930-1.) 

CHURCH, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, July 14, 
1783. S. of John, surgeon, of Coltishall, Norfolk. B. there. 
Schools, Norwich (Dr Parr) and N. Walsham (Mr Hepworth). 
Scholar, 1783-S; matric. Lent, 17S5; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791- 
Fellow, 1788-1804; Catechist, 1795-1803. Ord. deacon 
(Nonvich) May iS, 17S8; priest, Dec. 20, 1789. V. of Mars- 
hall with Pattesley, Norfolk, 1S03-7. R. of Frettenhain 
with Stanninghall, 1807-30. V. of Hoveton St Peter, with 
curacy of Hoveton St John, 1S07-19. V. of Felmingham, 
1819-30. Married (1) Mrs Gumey, relict of Bartlet Gurney, 
Esq., of Norwich, May 12, 180S; (2) Miss Gibson, of Nonvich, 
July 10, 1823. Died July n, 1830, aged 65, at Frettenham. 
{Venn, 11. 107; G. Mag., 1830, 11. 378.) 

CHURCH, RICHARD TSTEPHEN HAMILTON], Adm. pens, 
(age iS) at Trinity, May 6, 1*16. 3rd s. of John Barker 
[and Angelica, dau. of General Philip Schuyler, Minister of 
War at Washington]. B. in New York. Matric. Michs. 1S16. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 24, 1816, as s. of John Barker. 
of Bolton Street, Piccadilly, Esq. Translated Jefferson and 
the American Democracy, by De Witt. Author, pamphlets 
and reviews. [His father, John Barker Church, went out to 
the British Colonies in North America as a young man, and, 
arriving at Boston at the beginning of the rupture with Eng- 
land, joined the colonists and eventually became Commissary- 
General to the Army under General Rochambeau; returned 
to England in 17S4 and took a house in Sackville Street, 
London, where he entertained Royalty, and also many 
distinguished French emigres of 1793; intimate with Talley- 
rand and the Lafayette family. M.P. for Wendover, 1790-6. 
Died 1818.] (C. J. Palmer Gt Yarmouth, II. 327.) 

CHURCH, THOMAS [TOWERSON]. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Sidney, Mar. 29, 1769. S. and h. of James, Esq., of Gt 
Shelford, Cambs. B.Oct. 30, 1751, in London. School, Bury 
St Edmunds (Mr Gamham). Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar; 
B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 19, 
1773; priest, Mar. 3, 1776; C. of Bungay, Suffolk. C. of St 
Pancras, London. V. of Felpham, Sussex, 1785-1805. Died 
Jan. 20, 1805. (G. Mag.) 

CHURCH, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Feb. 24. 
1813. Of [Hatfield] Herts. Matric. Easter, 18:3; LL.B. 
1819. Later at Wolverton, near Stony Stratford. V. of 
Llanover, Mon., 1823. R. of Kemeys, 1823. R. of Wools- 
thorpe, Lines., 1830-44. Died Mar. 20, 1844, aged 56. M.I. 
at Hatfield. (Cussans, n. Pt 2, 284; G. Mag., 1844, 1. 660.) 

CHURCH, WILLIAM BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 9, 1849. S. of William. B. at Birmingham. 
School, King Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Gifford). Matric. 
Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1851; B.A. (12th Classic) 1853; M.A. 
1856. For many years Senior Master, Vice-Principal and 
Chaplain of Clapham Grammar School. Died May 22, 1878. 
[The Guardian, May 29, 1878; R. F. Scott.) 

CHURCHER, DOUGLAS WILFRED. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
18S4. [Probably s. of E. J., Esq., of North West Provinces, 
India.] School, Harrow. Entered the Army (Royal Irish 
Fusiliers) 1886; Lieut. -Col., 1910; served with the Chitral 
Relief Force, 1895; in the Soudan Campaign, 1898; men- 
tioned in despatches; in the South African War; Staff 
College, 1900; D.A.A.G. Ceylon, 1902-5; in the Great War. 
1914; G.S.O. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CHURCHILL, ARTHUR BOSWELL. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 
1886. Matric. Michs. 1886. 

CHURCHILL, AUGUSTUS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. S. of Augustus, of Fairhaven, Putney Heath, 
London. B. there Oct. 10, 1873. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1902. A member of the firm 
of Messrs J. and A. Churchill, publishers, 40, Gloucester 
Place, Portman Square, London, W. Of Kingsdown, Belve- 
dere Avenue, Wimbledon, S.W. Brother of Spencer (1899). 
(Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

CHURCHILL, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Jan. 12, 1825. S. of Charles Henry [probably of the 
Madras Civil Service]. B. at Vizagupateram (Vizagapatam), 
India. School, Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Matric. 
Lent, 1825. 

CHURCHILL, CHARLES MONTAGUE SALISBURY. Adm. pens 
at Trinity, June 25, 1898. S. of Frederick, of 4, Cranley 



Churchill, George Fox 

Gardens, London. B. Sept. 4, 1879. in London. 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 190a. At Lloyds. During 
the Great War served with the R.A.F. Of 4, Cranley 
Gardens, S.W. Brother of Frederick H. J. S. (1898). (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 

CHURCHILL (SPENCER-CHURCHILL), CHARLES RICHARD 
JOHN, Marquess of BLANDFORD. Adm. pens, at Trinii v, 
Oct. 4, 1890. S. and h. of George Charles, Duke of Marl- 
borough, of Blenheim, Woodstock, Oxon. B. Nov. 13, 1871, 
at Simla, India. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1890. 
Succeeded his father as Duke of Marlborough, etc., N 
1892. Paymaster-General of the Forces, 1899-1902. Under 
Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1903-5. K.G., 1902. 
P.C. Joint Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Agri- 
culture and Fisheries, 1917-18. Mayor of Woodstock. 1907-8. 
Lord-Lieut, and custos rot. of Oxfordshire, 1915. Served in 
the South African War (Staff Capt., Imp. Yeo., 1900; 
mentioned in despatches); in the Great War, in France as 
Brig.-Gen. Lord High Steward at the Coronation of King 
Edward VII. Became a Roman Catholic, 1927. Founder of 
the British Cotton Growing Association. Devoted much time 
to the management of his estates; regarded as an ideal land- 
lord by his tenants. Twice married and had issue. Died 
June 30, 1934. (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, July 2, I934-) 

CHURCHILL or SPENCER-CHURCHILL, EDWARD SPENCER. 
Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, Jan. 31, 1873. 4th s. of 
George, Duke of Marlborough, deceased. B. Mar. 28, 1853. 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1S73. Afterwards at Oxford; 
matric. Non-Coil. Nov. n, 1886, age 33. Of Northwick 
Park, Blockley, Worcs., of Queensmead, Windsor, and 28, 
Grosvenor Street, London, W. D.L. for Worcs. F.R.A.S. 
Served for nine years in the Isle of Wight Artillery Militia. 
Married and had issue. Died May 5, 1911. (Burke, P. and B. ; 
Al. Oxon.) 

CHURCHILL, ERNEST LEE. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 12, 1S89. 5th s. of Charles, J. P., of Weybndge 
Park, Surrey. B. there May 30, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
Scholar, 1892; Prizeman; B'.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1892; 
M.A. 1936. Assistant Master at Eton College, 1893-1939-- 
Brother of Fraser E. (1882). (Univ. Col., 1938-9; King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CHURCHILL, FLEETWOOD. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, 
July 6, 1813. S. and h. of Joseph Dixie (1779), clerk, of 
Erpingham, Norfolk. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 15, 1816; priest, July 20, 1817; 
V. of Roughton, Norfolk, 1817-55. V. of Selston, Notts., 
1836-55. Died Feb. 11, 1855, aged 63, of apoplexy. (G.Mag., 
1855, 1. 435-) 

CHURCHILL, FLEETWOOD. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 23, 1828. B. at Nottingham. [Doubtless the obstetri- 
cian and medical writer. B. 1808, at Nottingham; son of a 
business man.] Apprenticed to a medical practitioner at 
Nottingham, 1822. Studied in London, Dublin, Paris and 
Edinburgh. M.D. (Edin.) 1831. Hon. M.D. (Dubl.) 1851. 
Practised at Dublin; lectured on obstetrics, 1856-64. Pre- 
sident of the Obstetrical Society in Dublin, 1856 and 1864. 
President of the King's and Queen's College of Physicians, 
1867-8. A pioneer of sanitary reform in Dublin. A strong 
supporter of the Episcopal Church in Ireland. Author, 
medical. Died Jan. 31, 1878. (D.N. B.; Boose.) 

CHURCHILL, FRASER ELMSL1E. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 
6, 1882. S. of Charles, of Weybridge Park, Surrey. B. Jan. 
29, 1863, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885. Rowing 'blue,' 1883, 18S4, 1885. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Oct. 28, 1885, age 22, as 'B.A., of Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 3rd s. of Charles, of Weybridge Park"; 
name withdrawn, May 29, 1894. Of Molong, New South 
Wales. Married there. Brother of Ernest L. (1889). (£(011 
Sch. Lists.) 

CHURCHILL, FREDERICK HERBERT JOHN SALISBURY. 
Adm. at Clare, July 11, 1898. S. of Frederick, of 4, < 
Gardens, London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1901 ; M.A. 1905. Solicitor, 1909. Brother of Charles 
M. S. (1898). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CHURCHILL, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Tbism 

24 1762. 3rd s. of William, of Dorchester. B. 1745- School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 1766; B.A. 1767. Capt., 34th Regt. of 
Foot; served in the American War. Died unmarried 
1814, aged 69, at Dorchester. (HuUhins, 11. 415; Bt 
Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

CHURCHILL. GEORGE FOX. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 27, 
1823. Of Devon. [Perhapss.ofGeorgeFoxandgr.il 
Samuel Churchill, of Exeter (married Anna Cadbury, 1 
ofS.n Matric 

Michs. 1823. (Joe. Foster, Geruahg; mUy.) 



37 



Churchill, George Henry Spencer 
churchill [spencer-churchill], george henry 

SPENCER. Adm. nobleman at Emmanuel, Jan. 17, 1818. 
3rd s of George (Spencer), Duke of Marlborough (assumed the 
additional surname of Churchill, 1817). B. May 18, 1796. 
Matric. Easter, 1822; M.A. 1833. Ord. deacon (Norwich 
May 25, 1823; priest. Oct s. 1823. Married (his cousin) 
Elizabeth Martha, dau. of the Rev. Edward Nares, D.D., 
July 13, 1824. Died s.p. May 30, 1828. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Foster, Peerage, 1883.) 
CHURCHILL, GORDON SETON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi Oct. 1, 1S0S. S. of Seton, Lieut. -Col., of Anglesey 
Hotel, Alverstock, Hants. B. Dec. 25. 1878, in Burmah. 
School. Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1S98; B.A. 1901. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Nov. 11, 1899; name withdrawn. May 3, 
r907. Served in the Great War (Capt.. 7th (Service) Batt., 
East Surrey Regt,). Underwriter at Lloyd's. Of Colliton 
Lodge. Wimbledon, S.W., in 1911. (Burke. L.G.; C nartcr- 
house Reg.; R. L. Lloyd.) 
CHURCHILL. JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
S. of William Henrv (1876), of Stone House, Broadstarrs, 
Kent. B. Nov. 8, 1881, at Reigate. Surrey. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1909. Athletics 
'blue,' 1901, T902, r903, 1904. 
CHURCHILL, JOHN HENRY BLENCOWE. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Peterhouse, Sept. 21, 1820. Previously at Oxford; 
matric. (Lincoln College) Oct. 14, 1817, age 16. S. and h. ol 
Henry solicitor, deceased, late of Bicester, Oxon. Matnc 
Lent, 1821. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 10, 1821. 
Called to the Bar. 1827; incorp. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 22, 1846. 
Died Aug. 12, 1880, at Wieland House, Reigate, Surrey. 
(T. .1. Walker, 410; T. C. Dale; .41. Oxon.) 
CHURCHILL, JOSEPH DIXIE. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pem- 
broke. Oct. 30, 1779. S. of loseph, chemist, of Peterborough. 
B. at Lichfield, Staffs. Bapt. May 2t, 1761. School, Christ's 
Hospital (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1779; B.A. 1784; 
MA 1787 Ord. priest (Norwich) Dec. 18, r785; C. of 
Wrentham, Suffolk. R. of Willingham St Mary, 1799- R- ° f 
Colby, Norfolk, 1799-1802. R. of Blickling (consolidated 
with Erpmgham. 1819). 1802-10 and 1811-36. V. of Selston 
Notts., 1810-36. R. of Cadebv, Leics, 1810-. V.ofHenstead 
with Hulver, Suffolk. 1811-36. Died Mar. 8, 1836. Father of 
Smith (1831) and Fleetwood (1813). (Christ's Hospital Reg.) 
CHURCHILL, JOSEPH DIXIE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 
1. 1866 S. of Smith (1831), clerk. B. Feb. 2, 1847. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar; B.A. 1870; 
M A. 1875. Fellow, 1872. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Wor- 
cester) l87r; C. of Water-Orton, Warws., 1 870-1. Held 
other curacies, 1871-81. R. of Little Bentley, Essex, 1885- 
1927. Lived latterly at Gt Holland, Clacton-on-Sea. Died 
Sept. 13. 1933. Brother of Wolstan D. (1886). (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Emmanuel Coll. Mag.; Crockford.) 
CHURCHILL, MELVILLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 2r, 
1868. [5th s. of William, R. of Stickland, Blandford, Dorset, 
and Julia C. Mackenzie, dau. of Sir Orford Gordon, Bart.] 
B Apr 8, 1850. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1868; 
BA 1875- M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon. 1S75; priest (Winchester) 
1877; C.'of Blendworth. Hants., 1S75- Chaplain to Purbeck 
Industrial School, 1S76-8. C. of Bishop's Waltham, Hants., 
1878-83 Remained without cure. Resided latterly at 
Southbouine, Bournemouth. Died Feb. 21, 1931, aged 81. 
Brother of William (1859). (Foster, Baronetage, sub Gordon; 
The Times, Feb. 23, I93r.) 
CHURCHILL, Lord RANDOLPH HENRY SPENCER. Hon. 
LL.D. 1888. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1886. (July-Dec). 
Died Jan. 24, 1895. (D.N.B.) 
CHURCHILL, SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
June 21, 1831. S. of Joseph Dixie (1779). clerk, of Buckling, 
Norfolk. B. at Avlsham. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1836. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 26. 1840; priest (Ely) 1842; 
C. of Ranworth, Norfolk. 1841-3. C. of North Tuddenham, 
1844^). C. of Gillingham, 1850-3. R. of Boughton. 1853- 
97. Died Feb. 10, 1897, aged 85. Father of Joseph D. 
(1866) and of Wolstan D. (1886). (Norwich Ord. Bk.; R. F. 
Scott.) 
CHURCHILL, SMITH WILD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 
r857. S. of William Wild, hosier. B. Mav 17, 1838. at 
Sheepshed, Leics. Bapt. Feb. 24, 1839. School, Christ's 
Hospital (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1857; Browne 
Medallist, i860; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1S64. Assistant Master at 
Sherborne School, 1861-8. Head Master of Atherstone 
Grammar School, 1868-1901. Ord. deacon, 1868; priest 
(Worcester) 1885; C. of Atherstone, Warws., 1868. C. of 
Ratcliffe Culey, I.eics., 1888-1901. V. of Mapperley, Derbs., 
1901-2. Died th'-rc, Feb. 13, 1902. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.; 
Christ's Hospital Reg.) 
CHURCHILL, SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity,, June 25, 
1809 S. of Augustus, of Fairhaven. Putney Heath, London. 
It. An-, is, [880, it Pumey. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 



Churton, Charles 



1899; B.A. 1902; M.B. and B.C. r9o7; M.A. 190S. At St 
Thomas's Hospital, London. House Physician. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1907. House Surgeon at the Royal Isle of Wight 
County Hospital, Rvde. Senior House Surgeon at the Staf- 
ford Infirmary. Medical referee to the Ministry of Pensions 
and various Assurance Companies. Brother of Augustus W. 
{T892). (Medical Directory.) 
CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse. 
Nov. 4, 1763. Of Dorset. School, Eton. One of these names 
ord. deacon (London) Dec. 2T, 1766. William Churchill, an 
elder brother of George (1762), is said to have been bom in 
1739, so apparently not this man. (7". A. Walker, 325; 
Burke, L.G.) 
CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 
7, 1774. S. of Charles, of Westminster. School, Retford, 
Notts. (Mr Stevenson). Matric. Michs. 1774- [The identity 
of this man's father has not been established; he may have 
been the well-known poet and satirist, but in D.N.B. only 
two sons are mentioned — John and Charles.] 
CHURCHILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 8, 1859. 
S. and h. of William, R. of Winterboume-Stickland, Dorset 
[and Julia C. MacKenzie, dau. of Sir Orford Gordon, Bart.]. 
B. there Oct. 6, T840. School, Brighton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1864. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. to, 
1863. Called to the Bar, 1866. Of Colliton, Dorset (which he 
sold). Died unmarried Oct. 20, r907, aged 67, at Woking. 
Brother of Melville (1868). (Foster, Baronetage, 1S83, sub 
Gordon; Burke, L.G.) 
CHURCHILL. WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, Jan. r, 1876. S. of John, clerk. B. Apr. 9, 1855. at 
Satara. India. School, Marlborough. Matric. Lent, T876; 
B.A. 1S79; M.A. 1S82. Athletics 'blue,' 1S77, 1878. Foot- 
ball (assoc.) 'blue,' 1878. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Ely, for 
Glasgow) 1880; C.of Moffat, 1879-80. Master of Stone House 
Preparatory School, Broadstairs. Sometime Head Master of 
a preparatory school, St David's, Reigate; there in 1886. 
Lived latterly at 14, Elvaston Place, London, S.W. Died 
there Sept. 8, 1936, aged 81. Father of lohn (1900). (Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.; Crockford, 1932; The Times, Sept. 10, 
1936O 
CHURCHILL, WOLSTAN DIXIE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 5, 1886. S. of Smith (1831), clerk, of Boughton par- 
sonage, Stoke Ferry. B. there Tune 7. 1867. School, Perse, 
Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1891. Ord. deacon 
(St Asaph) 189?; priest (Lincoln) 1895; C. 01'Broxted, Essex, 
1893. Held other curacies, 1893-9. R. of Baylham, Suffolk, 
1899-1907. R. of Milden, 1907-22. R. of North Benfleet, 
1921-41. Died Apr. 5, 1941. Brother of Joseph D. (1866). 
(Cox, Co. Series; Who's Who; Crockford; The Times Apr. 8, 
1941.) 
CHURCHWARD, ALARIC WATTS. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
Jan. 31, 1867. S. of John, Esq., of Kearsney Abbey, near 
Dover. B. there. School, King's College, London. Matrii 
Easter, 1867; B.A. 1872. Athletics 'blue.' 1870, 1871. Of 
The Cedars, Bickley, Kent; late of Paris, Died Oct. 17, 1929. 
aged 83, at a nursing home. (The Times, Oct. 18, 1929.) 
CHURCHWARD, MARCUS DIMOND, see DIMOND-CHURCH- 

WARD. 
CHURCHWARD, MARCUS WELLESLEY. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1878. S. of Benjamin [Hannaford], store-receiver. 

B. Nov. n, i860, at Chatham, Kent. School, King's, 
Rochester. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 1879; B.A. 
1882: M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 18S3; priest (London) 1884; 

C. ofNotting Hill, 1883-6. Held various curacies, 1886-90. 
Chaplain to the Forces, 1890-1920. Chaplain-General, 
London D ; strict, 1916-20. C.B.E., 1919. S.P.G. Secretary 
for Europe, 1920-30. Of The Chase. Clapham, S.W. Died 
F.-b -. i,,|o (Crockford, 1939; 'I he limes, Feb. ro, 1940) 

CHURCHWARD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Oct. 8, 17S4. S. of William (1734). late R. of Goodleigh, 
Devon. B. there. Schools, Barnstaple (Mr Cook) and Exeter 
(Mr Marshall). Scholar, 1784^51; matric Michs. 1785; 
LL.B. 1791. Ord. deacon (Exeter) June 19, 1791; priest, 
Sept. 4. 1 791; R. (and patron) of Goodleigh, 1791-1830. 
Buried there Sept. 27, 1830. (Venn, it. no.) 

CHURTON, BERNARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July II, 
1827. S. of John (? 1786), clerk, of Ludlow, Shrops. School, 
Newport. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon, 
[834; priest (Heref.) 1835; P.C. of Hopton Congeford, Salop. 
1835-61. R. of Wheathill, 1849-71. Chaplain to Viscount 
Boyne, 1851-74. Disappears from Crockford, 1876. 

CHURTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Nov. 7, 

,s,,, s. of . of Sutton Court Lodge, near Chiswick. 

Matric. Lent, 1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 
1844; priest (Lichfield and Coventry) 1845; C. of Wednes- 
bury, Staffs., 1845-6. Apparently without cure, r846-5l. C. 
of Harescomb, Gloucs., 1852-65. Not in Crockford, 1868. 



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Churton, John 

CHURTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, June 
30, 1786. S. of John, of Whitchurch, Salop. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 17S7; B.A. 1791. Ord. deacon, 1793; 
priest, 1794. Perhaps R. of Burwarton, Salop, 1800. R. of 
Wheathill, 1800-. R. of Buriord, 1800. V. of Tenbury, 
Worcs., 1839-60. Disappears from Crockford, 1861. Perhaps 
father of Bernard (1827). 
CHURTON, JOHN FREDERIC. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
June 5, 1S27. S. of William, Esq. B. Sept. 1, 179 s , m st 
Marylebone, London. Matric. Michs. 1S27; (Civil Law, 1st 
Class, 1829-30); LL.B. 1833. Ord. deacon (Lichfield and 
Coventry, Litt. dim. from Ely) June 5, 1830; priest (Lincoln) 
Dec. 16, 1830; C. of Tadlow and East Hatley, Cambs., 1830. 
P.C. of Threapwood, Flints., 1832-40. Lecturer at Wrexham, 
1837. Chaplain and Minister of St Paul's, Auckland, New 
Zealand, in 1S46-. Died there Jan. 27, 1853. (Clergy List, 
1846; G. Mag., 1853, 11. 207.) 
CHURTON, THOMAS TOWNSON. M.A. 1835, incorp. from 

Oxford. See Al. Oxon. for his career. 
CHURTON, WILLIAM ARTHUR VERE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 
1895. S. of William Henrv, solicitor, of Chester. B. there 
Dec. 16, 1S76. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1895; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1898. Adm. Solicitor, 1901. Of Chester 
(William H. Churton and Son, solicitors). Clerk to the 
magistrates, Chester Castle Division, 1924. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (5th (E. of C.) Cheshire Regt.; Lieut. - 
Col.; despatches thrice; D.S.O.). Mayor of Chester, 1928-9. 
Married and had issue. Of Spring Hill, Chester. Author, 
War Record 1/5 (E. of C.) Cheshire Regt. (Venn, II. 542; 
Who's Who, 1939.} 
CHURTON, WILLIAM RALPH. Adm. at King's (age 18) a 
scholar from Eton, Apr. 19, 1856. S. of Edward, M.A. (Ox- 
ford), R. of Crayle, Yorks. B. there. Matric. Easter, 1856; 
Prizeman; B.A. (I5(i Wrangler; Theol. Trip., 1st Class) 
i860; M.A. 1863; B.D. 1873. Fellow, 1859-97- D.D. (Hart- 
ford, Connecticut). Ord. deacon, i860; priest (Lincoln) 
1861; C. of Kidderminster, 1860-4. C. of Gt St Mary's, 
Cambridge, 1864-84. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1871-7; 
of St Alban's, 1877-97. C. of St Luke's, Chesterton, Cam- 
bridge, 18S6-92. Author, theological. Died suddenly May 
24, 1897, aged 60, in London. (A'fng's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 
CHUTE, A'REMBERG] THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18 sic) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1873. Of Co. Kerry'. 4th s. of Richard. [B. 
Oct. 14, 1853, at BallyMcElngott.] (Burke, I.G.) 
CHUTE, CHALONER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Mar. 20, 
1777- [2nd s. of Thomas Lobb, Esq. (assumed surname of 
Chute), of Pickenham, near Thetford, Norfolk.] B. at Nor- 
wich. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1777; B.A. 1781; 
M.A. 1784. Fellow, 1783-90. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
June 23, 1777. Called to the Bar, 1786. Barrister-at-law; of 
n, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Died Feb. 1, 1790, at the 
Vine, Hampshire, of a fever occasioned by his exertions while 
canvassing for his brother at the General Election. Brother 
of the next and William J. (1775). (G. Mag., lx. 182; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 
CHUTE, THOMAS VERE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 3, 1790. S. of Thomas Lobb [assumed surname of 
Chute], Esq., of Pickenham, Norfolk. B. at Norwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1790; B.A. 1794; M.A. 1801. R. of Gt 
Moulton St Michael, Norfolk, 1804-27. R. of Sherborne St 
John, Hants., 1804. R. of South Pickenham, Norfolk, 
1811-27. Succeeded to the family estates of The Vyne, 
Basingstoke, Hants., and Pickenham Hall, Norfolk, in 1824. 
Died unmarried Jan. 22, 1827, at South Pickenham Hall. 
Brother of the next and the above. (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 
1827, 1. 282.) 
CHUTE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Mar. 10, 
1775. [S. and h. of Thomas Lobb (assumed the surname of 
Chute).] B. May 24, 1757, at Norwich. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Lent, 1776. Of The Vine (Vyne), Hants., and of 
Pickenham Hall, Norfolk. Began in 1790 to keep the fox- 
hounds which are still called the Vine Hounds. M.P. for 
Hants., 1790-1806, 1807-20. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
Joshua Smith, Esq., M.P., of Stoke Park, Wilts. Died s.p. 
1824. Buried at Sherbourne St John, Hants. Brother of the 
above and Chaloner (1777). (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1825, 
1. 184.) 
CLABBURN, HENRY JAMES CATLING. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 2, 1882. Of Norfolk. [S. of William Houghton, 
manufacturer, of Walpole House, Thorpe, Norwich. B. Jan. 
17, 1864, at Thorpe St Andrew.] School, Norwich Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. and LL.B. 1886. Sometime on the 
staff of Sir M. Pemberton's School of Journalism. Under the 
name of James Blyth, a prolific writer of novels, including 
Celibate Sarah and Juiceyjoe. Death recorded, as James Blyth, 
in Paddington Hospital, Mar. 23, 1933. (Cambs. Review, May 
19, I933-) 
CLAGUE, CYRIL KINGSTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 
1895. S. of William Lace, of 83, Richmond Road, Dalsttjn, 



Clapham, John Harold 

London. B. July 8, 1876, at Manchester. School, Merchant 
Taylors' (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 
M.A. 1902. B.Sc. (London). Inspector of Schools, Board of 
Education. Of Elm Lodge, Knighton Road, Lei 
{Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 
CLANCARTY, Earl of, see TRENCH, WILLIAM THOMAS. 
CLANCY, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, May 21, 1833. 
S. of James, banister, of Dublin. B. there. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1837. Ord. deacon (Wor- 
cester) 1838; priest, 1839; C. of Halesowen, 1841-8. C. of 
Gt Malvern, 1849-50. V. of Claverdon and Norton-Lindsey, 
Warws., 1850-62. Died Mar. 7, 1862, at Gt Malvern. [Venn, 
11. 222; G. Mag.) 
CLANCY, THOMAS. Hon. M.A. 1899. B. in Co. Tipperary. 
Educated at St Boniface's R.C. Cathedral School, Plymouth, 
and Hammersmith Training College (1877-8). Became 
closely associated with the National Union of Teachers, of 
which he was President when the Union Conference was held 
at Cambridge in 1899, at which time he received honorary 
degree of M.A. After his period of office he gave up Union 
activities. Died Mar. 20, 1919. [The Schoolmaster, Mar. 19 
and Apr. 5, 1898.) 
CLAPCOTT, CHARLES BLACKSTONE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1886. S. of Charles (Major, 32nd Light 
Infantry]. B. at Ottery St Mary, Devon. School, Newton 
Abbot. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Iim. Nov. 5, 1889, as ' 2nd s. of Charles, of Dorchester, Major 
on the retired list.' Called to the Bar, 1892. Judge of the 
Native Court of 1st Instance, 1903-11, and of the Native 
Court of Appeal, Cairo, 191 1-23. O.B.E., 1920. Married 
and had issue. J. P., Co. of London, 1933. Of 3, Medejieh 
3 N. (Egypt), and 5. Sloane Gardens, London, S.W. (Kelly, 
Handbook, 1937.) 
CLAPCOTT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 19, 1849. 
4th s. of George Bunter, of Tarrant Keynston, Dorset. B. 
Nov. 28, 1830. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1849; 
Scholar, 1850; B.A. 1853. Emigrated to New Zealand and 
took up sheep-farming. (Record of Old Westminsters; Burke, 
L.G., 1S62.) 
CLAPHAM, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 25, 1809. 
Matric. Michs. 1811; Scholar, 1813; B.A. (ill* Wrangler) 
1815; M.A. 1818. Ord. deacon (Ely) Aug. 24, 1815; priest 
(York) Dec. 22, 1816; C. of Leeds. P.C. of Armlev, Yorks., 
1822-48. Died July 13, 1848, aged 57. (G. Mag., 1848, 11. 326.) 
CLAPHAM, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
July 7, 1774. S. of Christopher. B. at Settle, Yorks. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1775; Scholar, 1776. Migrated 
to St Catharine's, Jan. 3, 1778; B.A. 1779; M.A. 1782. 
Fellow of St Catharine's. Ord. deacon (Ely) June 19, 1791; 
priest. Dec. 18, 1791. (Peile, II. 300.) 
CLAPHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, July 7, 

1774. S. of Thomas. B. at Stackhouse, near Giggleswick, 
Yorks. School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1775: Scholar, 
1776; B.A. 1779; M.A. 1782. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June, 
1781; priest (York) Oct. 6, 1782; V. of Giggleswick, 1782 
1839. Died May 21, 1839, aged 80. Buried at Giggleswick. 
(Peile, 11. 300.) 

CLAPHAM, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, June 16, 

1775. S. of Richard. B. at Austwick, near Giggleswick, 
Yorks. School, Kirkby Lonsdale (Mr Wilson). Matric. 
Michs. 1775. Probably buried in Gt St Andrew's, Cambridge, 
Jan. 14, 1779. (Peile, 11. 302.) 

CLAPHAM, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1897. 
B. Dec. 7, 1873. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Ord. 
deacon, 1900; priest (York) 1902; C. of Parkgate, Cheshire, 
1900-5. C. of West Kirby, 1905-6. C. of Patricroft, Lanes , 
1906-9. C. of Manningham, Yorks., 1909-12. C. of Allerton 
Bywater, 1912-13. Died Apr. 12, 1913, at Leeds. (Crockford.) 

CLAPHAM, JOHN HAROLD. Adm. an exhibitioner at King's, 
Sept. 29, 1892. S. of John, silversmith, of the Hills, Prest- 
wich, Lanes. B. Sept. 13, 1873, at Ebor Villas, Broughton 
Park, Manchester. School, Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1892; Scholar, 1894; Lightfoot Scholar, 1896; Prince I 
Piize, 1897; B.A. (Hist. Trip., 1st Class) 1895; M.A. 1899; 
Litt.D. 1914. Fellow, 1898. Dean, 1908-13. Tutor, 1913- 
29. Vice-Provost, 1933-40-. Lecturer in History and Ei 
mics, 1898-1902. Professor of Economics at Leeds 1 
sity, 1902-8. Professor of Economic History at Cam 
1928-38; retired. Hon. Litt.D.. Leeds and Harvard. Dunni; 
the Great War, at the Board of Trade. C.B.E., 1918. I 
President, 1940. President of Section F of the 
Association, 1920. Ford's Lecturer at Oxford, 1926 
and had issue. Author, inter alia, of An Economv 
of Modern Britain (3 vols.); Economic Development of France 
and Germany, 1815-1914, etc.; contributor to the Ca\ 
Modern History, vols. X and xi; to the Cambridge M 

, vol. vi, and t. the Cambridge History of British 
1 \gn Policy, vols, 1 and 11. Of St. .1 ■ ' 1 d, Storey's 
Way, Cambridge. Knighted, ion- (Who's 11 1939O 

3'* 



Clapham, John Henry 

CLAPHAM, JOHN HENRY. Adm. sizar at Clare, Feb. iS, 1779- 
B. in Maryland. Matric. Lent, 1-79; B.A. 17S3; M.A. 1786. 
Fellow 1783-91. V. of Sibertswold with Coldred, Kent, 
1790-2. R. of Isfield, Sussex, I79 3 " l8 35- Died Tan - 3, 
1835, aged 76, in Trinidad. (G. Mag., 1835, 1. 441-) 
CLAPHAM, RODERIC ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 30, 1894. S. of Alfred Henrv. of Thurlby, Woodford 
Bridge. B. June 9. 1S75. School, Repton. Matne. Michs. 
1894: B.A. 1897; B.C. 1904; M.A. and M.B. 1905; M.D. 1909. 
At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1904. D.P.H 
(Oxford) 1910. Sometime House Surgeon and House Physi- 
cian at the Sussex Countv Hospital. Brighton. During the 
Great War, Medical Officer in charge of Larnach Hospital 
for Officers, Hove. Of 31 Fourth Avenue, Hove, Sussex. 
{Medical Directory, 1 9 39-) 
CLAPHAM, SAMUEL. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 13, 1774- B. at 
Leeds, Yorks. [S. of John, Esq., of Hunslet Lane, Leeds] 
B. Feb. 27. 1757 {Leeds Pari. Reg., Thoresby Publ.). Matnc. 
Michs 1775; B.A. 1778; M.A. 1784. Ord. deacon (London) 
Sept. 21, 1777; priest (York) Oct. 6, 17S2; R. of Copgrove, 
Yorks , 17S3-S. V.of Famham, 17S8. V. of Bingley, I79I-7- 
V of Gt Ouseburn, 1797-1830. V. of Christchurch Pnory, 
Hants., 1802-30. R. of Gussage, Dorset, 1807-. [A pedigree 
of Clapham occurs in the Yorks. Genealogist, I. 224, but the 
earlier part of the pedigree is apparently inaccurate; see 
Yorks. Bibliographer, Jan. 1888, p. 19.] (Cant. Act Bk.) 
CLAPHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 14. 
1786. S. of Richard, of London (and probably grandson of 
Anthonv Clapham (1716), clerk, of Askrigg, Yorks.). School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 17S6; Scholar, 1787; B.A. 
1790; M.A. 1793. Usher at Westminster School, i79 2 "*- v - 
of Felkirk, Yorks., 1792-180T. Master of Hemsworth 
Grammar School, near Pontefract, 1796. Died Feb. 13, 1S01, 
in Westminster, at his brother's house. {Record of Old 
Westminsters; G. Mag.; Foster, Yorks. Pedigrees.) 
CLAPHAM, WILLIAM CROCKLEY SAMPSON. Adm. pens, 
at Emmanuel, Jan. 29, 1869. Matric. Michs. 1869. At 
Guy's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 1871. L.R.C.P., 1872. 
M.D. (Brux.) 1884. F.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1899. F S.S. Patho- 
logical Assistant at the West Riding Asylum, Wakefield. 
Medical Officer at the Hoxton Asylum, London. Super- 
intendent at the Government Civil Hospital, Hong Kong. 
Consulting Physician at the Sheffield Royal Hospital. Author, 
medical. (Medical Directory, 1922.) 
CLAP1N, ALFRED CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
30, 1845. B. at St Mulo (? St Malo). Bapt. Sept. 20, 1826. 
School, University of France; B.es.L , 1843. Matric. Lent, 
1845; B.A. 1850'; M.A. 1S63. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest 
(Salisbury) 1862. Assistant Master at Sherborne School, 
1852-4; left, 1854; returned, 1856; House Master, 1858-63; 
left, 1S90. Resided latterlv at 24, Morton Crescent, Ex- 
mouth. Author, Optical Problems, etc. Died Jan. 16, 1924, 
aged 97, at Exmouth. Father of the next. {Sherborne Sell. 
Reg.; The Times, Jan. 22, 1924; Scott, MSS.) 
CLAPIN, ALFRED CLIFTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 
29, 1888. S. of Alfred Charles (above), clerk, of Green Hill, 
Sherborne, Dorset. B. 1869. School, Sherborne. Matric. 
Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1S99. Assistant Master at 
Tollbridge School, 1899-1932; retired. Served in the Great 
War. {See H. R. Stokoe, Tollbridge Sell, and the Great War.) 
CLAPP, CECIL [ROBERT] MAINWARING. Adm. at Trinity 
Hali 1878 S. of W., Esq., of Exeter. School, Sherborne. 
Matric. Michs. 1878, as C. Robert M.; B.A. and LL.B. 1882; 
M.A. and LL.M. 18m. Adm. Solicitor, 1885. Of 2, Bedford 
Circus, Exeter. Brother of the next. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.) 
CLAPP, FRANCIS CHAPMAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 188 1. 
S. of W., Esq., of Exeter. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884. 
Brother of the above. 
CLAPP GEORGE TUCKER. Adm. (age 18) at Caius Oct. I, 
1875. S. of William, M.D., of Exeter. B. there. Bapt. Apr. I, 
1857, at Trinity Church. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 
1875; M.B. 1885. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., 1881. In practice at Exeter. Consulting Surgeon 
to the Exeter Dispensary. Assistant Medical Officer of 
Health for Exeter. Surgeon it the Royal West of England 
Institute for Deaf and Dumb Children. Died Dec. 9, 1923, 
aged 65, at Exeter. Brother of John T. (1877) and William 
J. (1873). (Venn, 11. 419; Medical Directory, 1922; I he Times, 
Dec. 12, 1923.) 
CLAPP, JAMES McMAHON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1884. Of America. Matric. Michs. 1S84; B.A. 1887. 
CLAPP, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 31, 
1814. B. in the parish of Long Benton, Northumberland. 
Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818. R. of Coulston, Wilts., 
1824-58. Died Mav 18, 1858, aged 62, at East Coulston. 
(G. Mag., 1858, 1. 681.) 
CLAPP, JOHN TUCKER. Adm. at Cars. Oct. I, 1877. S. of 
William, M.D., of Exeter. B. there June 28, 1S5S. School, 



Clarence and Avondale, Duke of 

Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Solicitor, but 
not in practice. Resident at Moreton Hampstead, Devon, 
in 1898. Brother of George T. (1875) and the next. (Venn, 
11. 430.) 
CLAPP, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 24, 
1873. S. of William, surgeon, of Southemhay, Exeter. B. 
there Aug. 5, 1855. School, Winchester. Matric. Lent, 1874. 
Migrated to Caius, Oct. 1, 1S75; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1878; priest, 1879; C. of Withecombe 
Raleigh, Devon, 1878-81. C. of Lustleigh, 1881-3. C. of 
Tor Mohun, 1883-5. C. of Sidbury, 1885-92. Lie. pr., dio. 
Exeter, 1892-6. R. of Ashley, Hants., 1896-1922. Resided 
latterly at Southsea. Died there Jan. 29, 1930, aged 74. 
Brother of George T. (1875) and the above. (Venn, 11. 419; 
The Guardian, Feb. 7, 1930; Crockford.) 
CLAPTON, ERNEST. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Tuly 26, 1883. S. of William, surgeon, F.R.C.S., of The Firs, 
Harrow Road, Harlesden, London, N.W. B. Nov. 6, 1864. 
School. Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar; 
B.A. 1886; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Gloucester 
and Bristol) r89o; C. of Cheltenham, 1889-96. Held other 
curacies, 1896-1901. V. of Stebbing, Essex, 1901-9. V. of 
Hatherden, Hants., 1909-24. Lie. pr., dio. Salisbury, 1924-7; 
of Bath and Wells, 1925-7. C. of Sherborne with Castleton 
and Lillington, 1927-34. Of The Orchard, Sherborne, Dorset. 
Married and had issue. Author, Our Prayer Book Psalter, etc. 
Died Feb. 17, 1941. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Fox- 
Davies; Crockford, 1939.) 
CLARABUT, ERNEST BLAXLAND. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1881. Of Kent. [S. of William, of 8, Market 
Place, Peterborough. B. Feb. 13, 1859 ,at Tunbndge Wells.] 
School,* King's, Peterborough. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 
1884. Ord. deacon, 1885; priest (St Asaph) 1887; C. of St 
Luke's, Victoria Docks, 1885-8. Held other curacies, 1688- 
97. V. of Walthamstow, 1S97-1913. R. of Blisland, Corn- 
wall, 1913-35; resigned. (Crockford, 1939.) 
CLARE, MERVYN JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 9, 
1892. S. of Mervvn Archdall, clerk, of 69, Oakley Street, 
Chelsea, London. B. May 26, 1873. Schools, Haileybury and 
Wymondley House. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 
1902. Ord. deacon, 1897; priest (Rochester) 1898; C. of 
Lambeth, 1897-1901. Diocesan Curate of Ossory and 
Inspector of Schools, 1901-7. Registrar, 1907. Vicar-Choral 
and Librarian of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny, 1907-11; 
Minor Canon there, 1905-17. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop 
of Ossory, 1907-21. Canon of Aghour in St Canice's Cathe- 
dral, 1917-21. Preb. of Aghour, 1917-21. V. of Broadheath, 
Worcs., 1921-2. V. of Stoke Poges, Bucks., 1926-39-. 
(Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 
CLARE or LEIGH CLARE, OCTAVIUS LEIGH. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, June 13, i860. 8th s. of William, cotton- 
broker, of Liverpool. B. at Walton Brack, Lanes. Bapt. 
July 28, 1841. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar; 
B.A. 1864. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 1862. Called 
to the Bar, 1866. Bencher, 1900. Practised in the Lancaster 
Chancery Court. M.P. for Eccles, 1895-1906. Vice-Chan- 
cellor of the County Palatine of Lancashire, 1905-12. Of 
Boden Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire. One of the most 
popular members of the Chancery Bar! Died July 16, 1912, 
aged 71, at Boden Hall. (Inner Temple, Benchers; The Eagle.) 
CLARE, THOMAS. B.A. 1778, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. from 
Corpus Christi, 1778. S. of Corfield, clerk, of Madresfield, 
Worcs. Matric. (Merton College. Oxford) May 15, 1770, age 17; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1774. Ord. deacon (London) June 2, 1776; 
priest, May 25, 1777, as B.A. of Merton College. Oxford'; 
C. of Westminster (to Dr Vincent. Dean of Westminster). V. 
of St Bride's, Fleet Street, London, 1802-29. Married Mrs 
Bishop, widow of the Rev. Samuel Bishop, Head Master of 
Merchant Taylors' School, 1796. Edited Mr Bishop's Poetical 
Works, etc. Made horticulture his hobby; built a house at 
Chelsea and laid out a fine garden. Resided part of the year at 
Walton-on-tbe-Hill, Surrey. Died Mar. 18, 1829, at Chelsea. 
(Alfred Beaver, Memorials of Old Chelsea, 191 ; G. Mag., 1829, 

1. 571; Al. Oxon.) 

CLARE, WILLIAM YOUNG. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 

2, T851. S. and h. of John, of Wisbech, Cambs. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 28, 
1855, age 28. Called to the Bar, 1859. On the Home Circuit; 
afterwards on the South Eastern Circuit; Special Pleader. 
Subsequently Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer at the 
Chancery Bar. (T. A. Walker, 502; Foster, Men at the Bar; 
R. L. Lloyd.) 

CLARENCE and AVONDALE, H.R.H. ALBERT VICTOR 
CHRISTIAN EDWARD, afterwards Duke of CLARENCE and 
AVONDALE. From H.M.S. Britannia, Dartmouth. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, May 29, 1S83. Eldest s. of H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales, later His Majesty King Edward VII, of 
Sandringham, Norfolk. B. at Frogmore, Windsor, Jan. 8, 
1864. Matric. T883; Hon. LL.D. 1888. Died Jan. 14, 1892. 
(D.N.B.) 



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Clarence, George Clement 



Clark, Edwin 



CLARENCE, GEORGE CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Trinity. 
May 30, 1887. S. of Lovell Burchett (next), of Fressingfield 
vicarage, Harieston, Norfolk. B. Aug. 9, 1868, in London. 
School, Winchester. Ma trie. Lent, 1889; LL.B. 1891. 
Solicitor at Haslemere and Midhurst (Messrs Johnson and 
Clarence). Of June Croft, Midhurst. (Law List, I939-) 

CLARENCE, LOVELL BURCHETT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 23, 1856. S. and h. of George, of Charmouth, near 
Lyme Regis, Dorset. B. June 8, 1838, at Plymouth. School, 
Milton Abbas, Dorset (Mr Penny). Matric. Michs. 1857; 
B.A. 1861. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 20, 1862. Called 
to the Bar, 1864. Went to Ceylon; Deputy Queen's advocate 
there, 1873-6; Puisne Judge of Ceylon, 1876-. Father of the 
above. (Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

CLARENDON, 5th Earl of, see HYDE (Lord) EDWARD. 

CLARENDON, Earl of, see VILLIERS, JOHN CHARLES. 

CLAR1DGE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 1, 
1819. S. of John. B. at Watford, Herts. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1S19; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1828. 

CLARIDGE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 3, 1874- 
S. of John, of 5, St Mary's Place, Northampton. B. there 
Mar. 16, 1856. School, Bradford Grammar (Mr Keeling). 
Matric. Michs. 1874; Exhibitioner; B.A. 187s; M.A. 1881. 
Assistant Master at Bradford Grammar School, 1878-90. 
Fellow of the Society of Incorp. Accountants and Auditors, 
1902; Vice-President, 1916-19; President, 1919-22. Examiner 
for the Society. A member of the Bradford School Board, 
1885-1904; Chairman, 1897-1904. President of the Bradford 
Historical and Antiquarian Society, 1925. President of the 
Workers' Educational Association (Yorks.) for several years. 
Chairman of the Bradford Adult Sunday Schools for 45 
years. J. P. for Bradford, 1906. Lectured on Egyptology 
and on foreign travels. Died July 12, 1929, aged 73, at 
Ashville, Thackley, Bradford. (C. M. Claridge; The Times, 
July 15, 1929.) 

CLARK, see also CLARKE and CLERK. 

CLARK, ALFRED. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1892. Adm. at 
Jesus; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1919. Ord. deacon, 1895; priest 
(Rochester) 1896; C. of Lambeth, 1895-8. C. of Sandhurst, 
1898-1904. C. of Boughton-under-Blean, 1904-8. V. of 
Hernhill, Kent, 1908-31. Not in Crockford, 1932. 

CLARK, ALISTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Apr. 1883. 
S. of Walter, Esq. B. Jan. 26, 1864, at Brighton, Victoria, 
Australia. School, Loretto College (Rev. H. H. Almond). 
Matric. Easter, 1883; B.A. 1SS6. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 6, 1885. Grazier; of Glenara, Bulla, Victoria, Australia, 
in 1927. {Loretto Sck, Reg.) 

CLARK, Sir ANDREW, Bart. Hon. LL.D. 1890. Adm. at 
Trinity, Nov, 7, 1890. Of Cavendish Square, London. 
F.R.C.P. and F.R.S. Physician to Mr Gladstone and other 
well-known men. President of the Royal Medical and 
Chirurgical Society, 1S92. Died Nov. 6, 1893. (D.N.B., 
Suppl.) 

CLARK, ARTHUR EDWIN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 1888. 
Schools, Huntingdon Grammar and Lismore College. Matric. 
Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1898. Schoolmaster at Hurst 
Court School, Hastings, 1891-2; at St Andrew's School, 
Eastbourne, 1892-1901. Head Master of St Wilfrid's School, 
Bexhill-on-Sea, 1901; transferred to Hawkhurst, 1925-39-. 
Died Mar. 25, 1943. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3. The 
Times, Mar. 27, 1943.) 

CLARK, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. n, 
1883. S. of Henry, barrister -at -law [of Efford Manor, Devon], 
B. July 11, 1864, at Edgcumbe, Devon. Bapt. Aug. 7, 1867. 
School, Kelly College. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887. 
Died Jan. 15, 1922, at Plymouth. (Burke, L.G.; Kelly 
Coll. Reg.) 

CLARK, ARTHUR SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1897. S. of William Salmon, of Park House, Twickenham 
Park, Middlesex. B. Jan. 25, 1879, at Richmond, Surrey. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1897. Entered the Army 
(Royal Artillery), 1900; transferred to the Indian Army, 
1903; with the Supply and Transport Corps; Major, 1915. 
Served with the Seistan Field Force in Persia during the 
Great War; in the Afghan War, 1919. (Harroa> Sck. Reg.) 

CLARK, BASIL EDGAR. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1892. S. of 
John Meek (1851), V. of St Stephen's, S. Dulwich, London. 
B. there Aug. 19, 1873. School, Marlborough. Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1900. Brother of Henry A. 
(1885). 

CLARK, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. 12, 1825. 
Of Scotland. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1837. 
Ord. deacon (Bristol) Jan. 22, 1831. [Louisa, wife of the 



Rev. Charles Clark, M.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge, 
died June 27, 1859, aged 49, at Bow Cottage, New Peckham; 
G. Mag., 1859, 11. 314.] 

CLARK, CHARLES FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 7, 1878. S. of Henry, of Wanstead House, Redlands, 
Reading, Berks. B. July 8, 1856, at Reading. School, 
Reading. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1886. Ord. 
deacon, 1882; priest (Rochester) 1883; C. of St Thomas's, 
Woolwich, 1882-3. Held other curacies, 1884-92. R. of 
Drayton Parslow, Bucks., 1892-1913. R. of Dunterton, 
Devon, 1913-20. R. of Rickinans worth, Herts., 1920-7. 
Died Dec. 26, 1927, aged 71. (Crockford.) 

CLARK, CHARLES RUDSDELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Mar. 6, 1834. Of Middlesex. 2nd s. of George (1794). 
clerk, of Chelsea, Middlesex. B. Sept. 23, 1810. Matric. 
Michs. 1834. Died Sept. 12, 1836, aged 25. Buried at Clay- 
brook, Leics. (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1836, 11. 444.) 

CLARK or CLARKE, CHARLES [THEOPHILUS]. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, July 4, 1820. S. of Jonas, Esq., of Barnsley, 
Yorks. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1820, as Clarke, 
Charles Theophilus; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. 

CLARK, CHRISTOPHER JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 25, 1870. S. of Christopher Thornton, solicitor. B. 1845, 
at Lancaster. Bapt. Mar. 20, 1846. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1870. Left without graduating owing to ill- 
health. Succeeded on the death of his father to a large 
landed property between Lancaster and Morecombe. Lived 
at Cross Hill, Lancaster. J.P. for Lanes. A generous land- 
lord and a supporter of all county interests. Died Mar. i, 
1911, aged 65. (The Eagle.) 

CLARK, DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 16, 1867. 
Of Scotland. S. of Robert, solicitor. B. Apr. 17. 1851, at 
Glasgow. Matric. Michs. 1867. 

CLARK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 4, 
1837. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1837. Migrated to Trinity 
Hall, Apr. 13, 1839, as a 'Ten-year man.' 

CLARK, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 24, 1844. S. 
of Thomas, clerk, of Gedney Hill, Lines. B. there. Bapt. 
Dec. 29, 1825. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848. Brother of 
George (1851). 

CLARK, EDWARD ATHELSTAN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1880. S. of Thomas Edward. B. at Clifton, Bristol. School, 
Clifton College. Adm. at St Catharine's, Jan. 10, 1883, 
from Cavendish H.; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 
1887; priest (Liverpool) 1888; C. of Bootle, 1887-9. Held 
other curacies, 1889-1902, Chaplain of Leavesden Asylum, 
King's Langley, 1902-12. Disappears from Crockford, 1913- 

CLARK, EDWARD MELLISH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 
1892. S. of John Willis (1851), of Scroope House, Cambridge. 
B. Sept. 25, 1874, at Cambridge. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1S92; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Banker. Local Director 
of Barclay's Bank, Ltd., Cambridge. Hon. Treasurer of the 
Borough of Cambridge War Pensions Committee. Chairman 
of County of Cambridge and Isle of Ely War Pensions Com- 
mittee, 1919-39-. Member of the House of Laity of the 
Church Assembly for the diocese of Ely since 1920. O.B.E. 
Of Binnbrook, Cambridge. Married and had issue. Brother 
of Sir William H. (1894). 

CLARK, EDWARD TAPRELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesos, 
Oct. 1886. S. of Joseph (1834), clerk. B. at Kegworth, Leics. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. 
At one time flannel manufacturer. Ord. deacon (Llandaff for 
St Asaph) 1911; priest (St Asaph) 1912; C. of Nannerch, 
Denbighs., 1911-12. Held other curacies, 1912-15. V. of 
Apethorpe with Woodnewton, Northants., 1915-18. V. of 
Cowbit, Lines., 1918-31. Not in Crockford, 1932. Brother of 
Henry T. {1878), Frederick J. (1881), James B. (1877), and 
William P. (1882). (Harrmv Sck. Reg.; Crockford.) 

CLARK, EDWARD TRAVERS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1882. 
S. of Frederick Legros, surgeon, of The Thorns, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. B. Jan. 26, 1864, at Lee. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Canterbury) 
1891; C. of Chislet, Kent, 1889-91 and 1S92-3. C. of St 
Paul's, Onslow Square, 1893-5. Chaplain to the Worshipful 
Company of Salters, 1894-1918. V. of St Thomas's, South- 
ward, Surrey, 1896-8. P.C. of St Aldate's, Gloucester, 
1898-1902. Diocesan Missioner of Gloucester diocese and V. 
of Newnham-on -Severn, 1902-6. Surrogate, 1902. R. of 
Washfield, 1906-10. C. of St James's, Teignmouth, Devon, 
1914-15. V. of Yarnscombe, 1922-6. V. of St Giles 
Wood, Torrington, 1926-9. Died there Jan. 2, 1929, a 
(Vis. of England and Wales, 11; Crockford.) 

CLARK, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Jul-, 
Of Gt Marlow, Bucks. S. of Josiah, Esq. Matric. Midi 
Migrated (age 21) to Jesus, July 3, 1835. 



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Clark, Edwin Charles 

CLARK, EDWIN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 7, 
1854. S. and h. of Edwin, of Ellinthorp Hall, Boroughbridge, 
Yorks. B. there Nov. 5, 1835. School, Shrewsbury. Matnc. 
Michs. 1854; Scholar, 1S56; 1st Chancellor's Medal; Browne 
Medal; B.A. {Scnr. Classic) 1S58; M.A. 1S61; LL.M. 1871; 
LL.D. 1875. Fellow, 1859. Fellow of St John's, 1883. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Sept. 23, 1858. Called to the Bar, 1862. 
Lecturer in Law. Regius Professor of Civil Law, 1873-1913. 
As head of the Law Faculty greatly furthered the progress of 
the school; devoted much time to the fitting up of the Squire 
Law Library, of which he was a generous benefactor. Took a 
keen interest in the Foundation of the Society of Public 
Teachers of Law, 190S. Of Newnham House, Cambridge. 
Author, Early Roman Lav; Practical Jurisprudence; History 
of Roman Private Law, etc. Died July 20, 1917, aged 81, at 
Cambridge. Father of the nest. {The Times, July 21, 1917) 

CLARK, EDWIN KITSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of Edwin Charles (above), of Newnham House, 
Cambridge. B. Apr. 18, 1866, at Grantchester, Cambs. 
School, Shrewsbury (Exhibitioner|. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
Scholar, 1888; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1SS8; M.A. 1892. 
M.I.C.E. Chairman of Kitsonand Co. Ltd., Airedale Foundry, 
Leeds. President of the Institution of Locomotive Engineers, 
1921-2; of the Inst.Mech.E., 1931-2. On the Council of 
Leeds University. Served in the Great War (8th West Yorks. ; 
commanded 40th Div. Depot, in France, 1915-18; Lieut. - 
Col.). F.S.A. ; D.L. Of Meanwoodside, Leeds. Author, On 
Locomotive Development and Industrial Questions; History of 
Harfleur; Historical Guide to Leeds Parish Church, Kitsons of 
Leeds, etc. Died April 15, 1943- {Who's Who, I939-) 

CLARK, ELISHA LORENZO. Adm. sizar (age 27) at Trinity, 
May 13, 1831. S. of Elisha. B. in London. Matnc. Michs. 
1831; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1S39. Occurs in Clergy List, 1841-65, 
without cure. C. of Ashby, Westmorland, in 1867-9. C. 
of Wollaston, 1870-5. 

CLARK, FRANCIS FORMAN. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 30, 
1822. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1827. Ord. 
deacon, 1827; priest, 1828. Rural Dean of Stoke-on-Trent, 
1841. P.C. of Hartshill, Staffs., 1S42-56. P.C. of Malpas, 
Cheshire, 1858-62. Author, Sermons. Died Aug. 26, 1862, 
aged 62, at the parsonage, Malpas. (G. Mag., 1862, 11. 504.) 

CLARK, FRANCIS STORER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 24, 
1854. S. of Robert, surgeon. B. Jan. 19, 1836, .it Famham, 
Surrey. Bapt. Feb. 12, 1836. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 
1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon, 1S59; priest (Norwich) i860; 
C. of Ipswich, 1859-63. Association Secretary of the C.M.S., 
1865-70. V. of St Peter's, Greenwich, 1870-1009. A member 
of the London School Board, 1897-1904. Hon. Canon of 
Southwark, 1906-0. Died Mar. 13, 1909, aged 73- Father of 
George F. H. (1887). (Scott, MSS.; Crockford.) 

CLARK, FREDERICK JOHN. Adm. pens, at Downing, May 1. 

1900. S. of G. junior, of 96, Loughboro' Road, Dulvvich. B. 

Sept. 26, 1882. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 

1900; B.A. 1904. Lieut., 17th Batt., London Regt., 1909. 

(To be distinguished from Frederick Clark, also of Dulwich 

College, who is assigned to Downing College in Dulwich Coll, 

Reg.) 
CLARK, FREDERICK JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 

4,1881. S. of Joseph (18^4), R. of Kegworth, Leics. B. there 

Apr. 1, 1861. Schools, Elstree and Harrow. Matnc. Michs. 

1881; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Adm. Solicitor, 1889. Practised 

at Bristol and in London; retired, 1909. Brother of James B. 

(1877), etc. {Peile, 11. 679.) 

CLARK, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Sept. 24, 
1794. S. of Joseph, of Northampton, receiver of stamps and 
taxes, and grandson of Samuel Clark, D.D., of St Albans. 
B. Sept. 14, 1777. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1796; 
B.A. 1799; M.A. 1802. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 8, 1800; 
priest, Dec. 13, 1801; C. of Kingsthorpe, Northants., 1800-4. 
Chaplain to the Roval Military Asylum, Chelsea, Middlesex, 
1804-48. A forceful preacher, much beloved by the Chelsea 
pensioners. Came of a race of Puritan divines, chiefly 
bearing the name of Samuel and eminent through many 
generations. Chaplain to the Duke of Cambridge. Married 
Clara, dau. of Thomas Dicev, of Claybrook Hall, Leics., 
Sept 23, 1806. Died Jan. 21, 1848, at Kensington. Buried 
atChelsea. Father of Charles R. (1S34), (Burke, L.G., 1925; 
G. Mag., i«4 s . '• J"-) 

CLARK, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 27, 1851. 
S. of Thomas, P.C, of Gedney Hill, Lines. B. there. Bapt. 
Sept. 10, 1831. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855. Ord. 
deacon, 1855; priest (Bath and Wells) 1S56; C. of Dunkerton. 
Somerset, 1855. C. of Gedney Hill, 1856-70; V. there, 1870- 
1919 [with his father before him having held the living from 
1812, he received a presentation from his parishioners in 
1918]. Died Mar. 25, 1919, aged 87. Brother of Edward 
(1844). (Scott, MSS.; The Eagle.) 



Clark, Hamlet Edward 

CLARK GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Mar. 25, l8sr. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 
1858; incorp. at Oxford, 1859. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Lichfield and Coventry) 1856; C. of Eccleshall, 1856-8. C. 
of St Paul's. Stafford, 1S58-60. R. of Ufton, Warws., 1860- 
85. Contributed papers to the Quarterly Journal of the 
Chemical Society. Died Apr. 29, 1885, aged 59. {Al. Oxon.; 
Crockford; The Guardian, May 6, 1885.) 
CLARK, GEORGE FREDERIC [HEADINGTON]. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. of Francis Storer (1854), 
clerk. B. at Greenwich. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1887- B.A. 1891; M.A. 1896. Assistant Master at Grey 
Institute, Port Elizabeth, 1894; at the Oratory School, 
Birmingham, 1898; at Queenstown School, Cape Colony, 
1899; Principal there, 1901. Principal of Dordrecht School, 
Dordrecht, Cape Colony, 1904-. {Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1908.) 
CLARK, GEORGE MUIRHEAD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 1, 1887. S. of James Proctor, merchant, of London. 
B jul'y 20, 1869, at' Ealing, Middlesex. School, Merchant 
Taylors' (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. J887; B.A. 1890. 
Migrated to Sidney, July, 1890. M.A. (Sidney) 1899. 
A. M.I.C.E. 1897; Member, 1908, and Member of the Council, 
1921. M.I.E.E. M.I.M.E. Consulting Engineer. Electrician 
to the Cape Government. President of the Institute of 
Engineers, South Africa, 1917-1S; retired. Brother of Wil- 
liam G. (1883). {T. A. Walker, 597; Merchant Taylors' Reg.) 
CLARK, GEORGE NESSE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Nov. 
12 1839. Of Lanes. Matric. Lent, 1840; B.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon, 1846; priest (Peterb.) 1847; C. of Netherseale. 
Leics., 1846-8. C. of North LuSenham, 1848-51. R. of 
Saxelby, Leics., 1851-80. Not in Crockford, r88l. 
CLARK, GEORGE WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 
1879 S of George Hames, solicitor. B. Julv 8, 1859, at 
Epsom, Surrey. School, Derby (W. Clark, B.D.). Matric. 
Michs. 1879; Exhibitioner, 1881; B.A. 1883. Ord. deacon, 
1889; priest (York) 1890; C. of Masbrough, Yorks., 1889-91. 
Held other curacies, 1891-1902. V. of Beoley, Worcs., 1902- 
19. V. of Dodford, 1919-27. Not in Crockford, 1929.' {Derby 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 
CLARK GEORGE WINGFIELD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1896. 
S. of James George (1876). clerk. B. Sept. 11, 1S77, at Cam- 
bridge. Schools, Ipswich and Warwick (Rev. J. P. Way). 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1910. Athletics 
'blue,* 1899, 1900. In Southern Rhodesia, 1904-9, where he 
helped to build up the tobacco industry'. Afterwards in 
British Columbia. In the Great War (private, Royal Fusiliers; 
Lieut., R.G.A.). F.Z.S. Resident at Cambridge in 1939. 
Author, The Fox, what it costs the Country. {Venn, II. 547; 
Univ. War List; H. M. F. Gray.) 
CLARK, GERALD CHEVELEY. Adm. (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct 1 1891. S. of lohn, Esq., bank manager, deceased, of 
Wanstead, Essex. B. Mar. 1, 1871, at Upper Norwood, 
London. School, Aldenham. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1895. Entered the Colonial Service; Gold Coast, 1898. 
\,sistant Colonial Secretarv, 1901. Died Aug. 19, 1902, 
at Accra. Brother of John C. (1S83). (Aldenham Sch. Reg.) 
CLARK GERALD MAITLAND. Adm. an exhibitioner at St 
Catharine's, Jan. 16, 1899. S. of William, clerk. B. July 30, 
1880, at Hampstead. Matric. Michs. 1S99; B.A. 1902; M.A. 
1906. Served in the Great War (Major, Northants. Regt.; 
mentioned in despatches). Killed in action, July 14, 1916. 
{Univ. War List.) 
CLARK, GODFREY LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 
1874. S. and h. of George [Thomas], of Dowlais. Glamorgan. 
B. Nov. 30, 1855. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. r874; 
B.A. 1878: M.A. 1888. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 18, 
1876, ass. of George Thomas, Esq. , of Tal-y-garn, Glamorgan; 
no .ill. Of Tal-y-garn, Glamorgan. J. P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff, r897. Married and had issue. Died Feb. 8, 1918. 
(Burke, L.G.) 
CLARK, HAMLET. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 26, 
1842. Of Lines. S. and h. of Henrv (1803), V. of Harmston, 
Lines. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. 
deacon, 1847; priest, 1848; C. of All Saints', Northampton, 
till 1856. C. of St Mary's, Bryanston Square, London, 1859- 
62. Minister of Quebec Chapel, Marylebone, 1863-7. Died 
lime 10, 1867, aged 44. at Rhyl. Brother of Roger E. 
(1854), etc. (G. Mag., 1867, II. 123.) 
CLARK, HAMLET EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 6, 1886. 3rd s. of Rfobert] (1846), missionary, of 2, 
Arundel Gardens, London, W. B. lulv 23, 1867, at Amritzar, 
India. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
and LL.B. 1889. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 6, 1887, as 
3rd s. of Robert, M.A., clerk, of Amritzar, India. Called to 
the Bar, 1890. Advocate of the High Court of Allahabad. 
1891; of the Chief Court, Punjab, 1891. Gave up the Law 
for the Church. Ord. deacon, 1914; priest (Lahore) 1915; 



Clark, Harold 

Missionary (C.M.S.) at Balemanabad, 1913-18; at Narowal, 
1918-20; at Batala, 1921-3 and 1926-8; at Clarkabad, 
1923-6. Hon. Secretary' of the S.P.C.K. at Lahore; on the 
Lahore Diocesan Committee. Died Sept. 18, 1928, aged 61, 
at Lahore. Brother of Stuart H. (1S88). {Crockford; The 
Times, Sept. 24, 1928.) 

CLARK, HAROLD (1883). see CLARKE. 

CLARK or CLARKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 15, 
1803. Of Leics. Matric. Michs. 1804, as Clark; B.A. 1808; 
M.A. 1811. Ord. deacon, 1808; priest, 1809. V. of Harmston 
1823-62 and Roulstoa (or Rowston), Lines., 1821-62, and C. 
of Boothbv Graffoe, 1S23-62. Father of Roger E. {1854), 
Robert (1S46) and Hamlet (1842). 

CLARK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1818. 
Matric Michs. 1819. 

CLARK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity. June 15, 1857. S. of 
Thomas, of Wellingborough, Northants. B. there Dec. 12, 
1836. School, Wellingborough Grammar, Northants. (Dr 
Sanderson). Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. 
deacon, 1861; priest (Ripon) 1S63; C. of Wort ley, Yorks., 
1S61-4. Held various curacies, 1864-72. V. of St James's, 
Bradford, 1872-S. V. of St John's, Guernsey, 1878-1914. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1915. 

CLARK, HENRY ALLISON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 4, 
1867. S. of Joseph Allison, deceased. B. Nov. 10, 1848, at 
Aspatria, Cumberland. School, Windermere College. Matric. 
Michs. 1868. Lived the life of a country gentleman in Cum- 
berland. Died Oct. 27, 1887, aged 38. (Peile, 11. 603.) 

CLARK, HENRY ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of John Meek (1851), V. of St Stephen's, Dulwich. 
London. B. Nov. 25, 1866, at Weymouth. School, Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Solicitor. Died 
Oct. 17, 1892, at Clifton. Brother of Basil E. (1892). 

CLARK, HENRY GODOLPHIN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 
16, 1867. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. 

CLARK, HENRY TAPRELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1878. OfDerbs. S. of Joseph (1S34), R. of Kegworth, 
Leics. B. there July 13, 1859. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 187S; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1882; 
priest (Peterb.) 1884; C of Loughborough, 1882-4. Held 
various curacies, 18S4-96. V, of Daxesbury, 1896-1900. 
Died Jan. 16, 1901. Brother of Edward T. (1886), etc. (Crock- 
ford.) 

CLARK, HERBERT ROBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. 
S. of J. W., Esq. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
LL.B 1886. Solicitor, 1S90; of n, Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London, W.C. 

CLARK, HUGH BERNARD. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 
1882. B. Oct. 13, 1863. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 18S5; 
M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Exeter) 1888; C. of 
Lynton, Devon, 1887-90. Held various curacies, 1890-1907. 
V. of Clyst Honiton, 1908-23. Rural Dean of Aylesbeare, 
1918-21. V. of Salcombe Regis, 1923-36. Died Apr. 7, 
1936, aged 72. (The Times, Apr. 8, 1936.) 

CLARK, JAMES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 
1897. S. of John, solicitor, of Broughton-in-Fumess, Lanes. 
B. there Nov. 17, 1877. School, Barrow-in-Furness High 
(Mr G. A. Stocks). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. 

CLARK, JAMES BENGOUGH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 18, 
1877. S. of Joseph (1834), clerk. B. at Kegworth rectory. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1S77; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. 
Served in the Great War (Devon Regt., 1914-15; Loyal N. 
Devon Hussars, 1915-19; Capt.). Of The Red Lodge, 
Exmouth. Brother of Edward T. (1886), etc. (Peile, 11. 65.3; 
Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLARK, JAMES GEORGE, (The Rev.). Adm. at King's, Oct. 13, 
1876; from Trinity College, Dublin; B.A. (Dubl.) 1869. S. of 
James, R. of Oxcombe, Lines. B. July 31, 1848, at Melton 
Mowbray. Matric. Michs. 1876. Migrated to Caius, Apr. 
1878; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) 
1871; priest, 1872; C. of Horsington, Somerset, 1871-4. C. of 
Milton, Cambs., and Evening preacher at St Andrew's-the- 
Great, Cambridge, 1875-8. R. of Conington, Cambs., 1881-9. 
Resided at Anglesey Abbey, Cambs., 1888-1912. For many 
years a voluntary Inspector of the Diocesan School Asso- 
ciation. R. of Radwell, Herts., 1912-13. R. of Hockwold- 
cum-Wilton, Norfolk, 1913-26. A keen numismatist. Lived 
latterly in Cambridge. Died there May 24, 1929, aged 80. 
Father of George W. (1896). (Venn, 11. 432; The Times, 
May 25, 1929.) 

CLARK, JAMES OSCAR MAX. Adm. at King's, Oct. 1, 1896. 
S. of Robert MacArthur, of Paisley. B. 1877. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1896. Thread manufacturer; 
Anchor Thread Mills, Paisley. Chairman and Director of 
J. and P. Coats, Ltd., and Director of Clark and Co., Ltd. 
A Director of the Union Bank of Scotland, Yorks. Insurance 
Co. and of several Trust Companies. Married and had issue. 



Clark, John Gilchrist 



J. P. for Renfrews. Served with the Scots Guards in the Great 
War. Author, with E. B. Noel, of .4 History of Tenuis. 
{King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1935; Who's 
WJto, 1939.) 

CLARK, JAMES RICHARD JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 11, 1887. S. of George Christopher, stationer. B. Apr. 
10, 1869, at West Greaves, Scotforth. School, Lancaster 
Grammar (Rev. W. E. Pryke). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1895. 

CLARK, JAMES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
June 29, 1863. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 
1864; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1873. 

CLARK, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, June 7, 1870. S. and h. of James, Esq., of The Cedars, 
Stratford. B. May 30, 1851. School, Brentwood Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1871; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1874; M.A. 1877. Fellow, 1874-87. Classical 
Lecturer. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 5, 1874, as 1st s. of 
James, Esq., of Brighton, secretary of the Colonial Bank, 
London. Called to the Bar, 1879. Conveyancing counsel to 
the Office of Woods and Forests, 1894-5. Legal adviser to 
the Board of Agriculture, 1895-1915. K.C., 1904. Counsel in 
Charity matters to the Attorney-General. Of High Croft, 
Winchmore Hill, London, N. Author, legal. Died July 21, 
192 1, aged 70, at High Croft. (Foster, Men at the Bar; The 
Times, July 23, 1921.) 

CLARK, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, Dec. 27, 
1760. Of London. But see also Clarke, John (1758). Pro- 
bably the same. 

CLARK, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, July 3, 1780. 
S. of John, of London. School, Petersfield, Hants. (MrStreet). 
Matric. Michs. 1780; Scholar, 1783; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1788. 
College Librarian, 1788. 

CLARK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 18, 1791. B. at 
Brent Eleigh, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. 1796; M.A. 
1799. Fellow, 1796. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 31, 1797; 
priest, Dec. 22, 1799. V'. of St John's, Duxford, Cambs., 
1811-52. C. of Duxford St Peter, 1814. Died Feb. 13, 1852, 
aged 76, at Lowestoft. (G. Mag., 1852, 1. 311; Ely Ord. Bk.) 

CLARK, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 4, 1832. Of Yorks. 
School, St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836; 
M.A. 1839. Fellow, 1858. Resided continuously in Cam- 
bridge from Oct. 1S32-1900. Coached men for the Ordinary 
degree for 40 years, being popularly known as ' Poll' Clark. 
Had a fund of anecdotes about bygone days but never 
committed them to writing, giving as an excuse that his 
memory was an 'allusive' one. Died July 13, 1900, aged 89, 
in College. (R. F. Scott; The Times, July 16, 1900.) 

CLARK, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Oct. r, 
18S3. S. of Jacob, husbandman, of Fraserburgh, Aberdeen- 
shire. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar; B.A. (14//1 
Wrangler) 1886. M.A. and D.Sc, Aberdeen; Lecturer in 
Maths, at Aberdeen. 1893-8. Professor of Maths., Khedival 
School, Cairo, 1898-1910. Died there, 1910. (C. J. Fordyce.) 

CLARK, JOHN BAYFIELD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 4, 1873. Of Wilts. [S. and h. of John Bayfield, Esq., of 
Wingfield, Trowbridge, Wilts. B. there July 4, 1855.] School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. 
Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (London) 1S81; C. of Chelsea, 
1880-7. Held other curacies, 1887-91. V. of St Saviour's. 
Heme Hill, T891-1928. Preacher for the dio. Southwark, 
1928-36. Of 84, Addison Road, Kensington. Died there 
Apr. 27, 1936, aged 80. Brother of Maurice F. V. (1888) and 
Thomas H."(i876). (Burke, L.G.; Crockford, 1932; The Times, 
Apr. 29, 1936.) 

CLARK, JOHN CYRIL. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
1883. S. of John, bank-manager, of Charing Cross, London. 
School, Aldenham. Matric. Michs. 1883; Exhibitioner; 
Scholar; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1895. Assistant Master at Kind's 
School, Ely, 1886-9; at Oakham School, Rutland, 1892- 
1924. Of 30, Disraeli Road, Ealing, in 1939- Brother of 
Gerald C. (1891}. (Aldenham Sch. Reg.) 

CLARK, JOHN FORBES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 
1838. S. and h. of Sir James, Bart., M.D., K.C.B., physician- 
in-ordinary to Queen Victoria. B. July 1, 1821. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1839. Attach^ at Vienna, 1^4 4 ; :| t 
Paris, 1846; at Brussels, 1852; at Turin, 1852; r- 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., June 29, 1870. < M" Tilly 
pronie.Tarland, Aberdeenshire. Died Apr. 13, 19 10. (Eton Sch. 
Lists; Foster, Baronetage, 18S3; The Times, Apr. 14, 1910.) 

CLARK (GILCHRIST-CLARK), JOHN GILCHRIST. Adm. pens. 
(age 18) at Trinity, July 2, 1849. S. and h. of John (surgeon, 
F.R.C.S.. London and Edin.l of Speddocn, Holywood. 
Dumfries. B. 1830. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1S53; M.A. 
1856. Advocate at the Scottish Bar. OfSpeddo 

<-ded his father in 1845. J. P. Assumed the additional 
surname of Gilchrist. Died Aug. 18, 1881. Father of the 
next, and William G. (1884). (Burke L.G.) 



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Clark, John Henry 

CLARK or GILCHRIST-CLARK, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity June i, 1SS0. S. and h. of John Gilchnst (above), 
of Thomhil), Dumfries. B. Aug. 25, 1861, at Speddoch, 
Dumfries. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1880. Of Speddoch. 
Died unmarried uct. 17, 1902. Brother of William G. (1884). 
(Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

CLARK, JOHN HALDENBY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 28, 
1857. S. of John, manufacturer. B. Jan. 28, 1839, at Chester- 
field Derbs. School, Chesterfield Grammar. Matric. Miens. 
1857; B.A. t86i; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1862; pnest 
(York) 1863 ; C. of Barnby Moor, 1862-4. Held other curacies , 
1864-70. V. of West Dereham, Norfolk, 1870-8S. Antiquary 
and botanist. Author, poetical. Died Apr. 14, 18S8. {The 
Eagle, xv.) 

CLARK JOHN MEEK. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Mar. 29, 
1851. S. of John, of Sydenham, Kent. School, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1851. Migrated (age 21) to Magdalene, Oct. 7. 
1853; B.A. (28/* Wrangler) 1856; M.A. 1859; rncorp at 
Oxford, 1859. Fellow and Lecturer of Magdalene. Ord. 
deacon, 1857; priest, 1859. V. of St Stephen's, South Dul- 
wich, 1868-94. Rural Dean of Camberwell, 1874-9- Resided 
latterly at Arborfield, Wevbridge, Surrey. Died Aug. 24. 
1916 aged 86, at Petersfield. Father of Henry A. (1885) and 
BasU E. (1892). (T. A. Walker, 501 ; The limes, Aug. 26, 
1916.) 

CLARK (STEWART CLARKI, JOHN STEWART. Adm. pens, 
(age 20) at Jesus, Oct. 1885. S. and h. of Stewart, Esq. B. 
Sept. 14, 1S64. at Paisley. School, Merchiston Castle (Mr 
Rogerson). Matric. Michs. 1885. J.P- and D.L. of Linlith- 
gowshire. A member of the Royal Company of Scottish 
Archers. Director of Clark and Co. Ltd., thread manu- 
facturers. Created Bart., Feb. 12, 1918. Of Dundas Castle, 
Queen's Ferry, Midlothian. A well-known breeder of Angus- 
Aberdeen Cattle. Died Mar. 3, 1924. {Merchiston Castle 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.) 

CLARK, JOHN WILLIAM HEATH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Nov. 20, 1871. S. of Samuel, R. of Eaton 
Bishop, Heref. Matric. Easter, 1872; Scholar; B.A. 1876. 

CLARK, JOHN WILLIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 
30, 1S51. S. of William (1803). B. June 24, 1833. at Cam- 
bridge. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar. 1855; 
B.A. (I2(« Classic) 1856; M.A. 1859; Fellow, 1858. Tutor to 
Viscount Milton, c. 1860-1. Travelled abroad, visiting the 
Faroe Islands and Iceland. Superintendent of the Museum 
of Zoology, 1866-91. President of the Cambridge Antiquarian 
Society, 1883-4. F.S.A., 18S7. Registrary of the University, 
1891-1910. Rede Lecturer, 1894. Completed, and in part 
re-wrote, Professor Willis's unfinished work on the Archi- 
tectural History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge. 
Published a number of books and papers dealing with all 
sides of Cambridge life. An enthusiastic student of English 
and French drama, and a supporter of the Cambridge 
Amateur Dramatic Club (A.D.C.). Took a large part m the 
production of Greek plays at Cambridge. Author, Concise 
Guide to Cambridge; Barnwell Priory (documents); The Care 
of Books, etc.; joint author, with Professor T. Mckenny 
Hughes, of the Life of Professor Sedgwick. Bequeathed his 
collections of books on Cambridge to the University Library. 
Died Oct. I, 1910, at Scroope House, Cambridge. Father of 
William H. (1894) and Edward M. (1892). {D.N.B., 2nd 
Suppl.) 

CLARK, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 4. 1834. 
Matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar, 1835; B.A. (27//! Wrangler) 
1838; M.A. 1841. Fellow, 1839-54- Proctor, 1852. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1839; priest, 1840; C. of Middleton Tyas, 
Yorks., in 1841. Mildmav Preacher, 1849-51. R. of Keg- 
worth with Isley Walton, Leics., 1853-93; considerably 
enlarged the rectory house. Became blind, but continued his 
clerical work to the end. Surrogate, Archdeaconry of 
Leicester, 1872. Died Julv 30, 1894. aged 79. at Kegworth. 
Father of Frederick J. (1881), James B. (1877), William P. 
(1882), Edward T. (1886) and Henry T. (1878). {Peile, 11. 
452; The Times, Aug. 1, 1894.) 

CLARK, LEONARD SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1900. S. of William Frederick, R. of St Stephen's. 
Ipswich. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon, 1904; priest (St Albans) 1905; C. of Hemel Hemp- 
stead. 1904-8. C. of Shenfield, 1908-9. R. of Polebrooke 
with Armston, Northants., 1909-. Brother of Ralph E. 
(1900). [Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARK, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 23, 1844. 
6th s. of Matthew, Esq., of Moulton, near Spalding, Lines. 
School, Oakham. Migrated to Emmanuel, 1844, and to 
Magdalene (age 21) Dec. 17, 1844. Matric. Lent, 1845; 
LL.B. 1850. Died Apr. 4, 1851, aged 27, at Torquay. [Oak- 
ham Sch. Reg.; G. \tag., 1851, 1. 685.) 



Clark, Roger Edmund 

CLARK MAURICE FRANK VERTEGAN. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1888. Of Wilts. Uth s. of John B. , 
manufacturer, of Wingfield, Trowbridge. B. there Sept. 20, 
1870.] School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. 
Woollen manufacturer; of Trowbridge, Wilts. J.P. Brother 
of John B. (1873), etc. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

CLARK, NASSAU. Adm. at Magdalene, May r, 1857; re-adm. 
Oct. 1, 1866 (age 31). S. of John Nassau, late of Mincing 
Lane, and 26, Tavistock Square, London, deceased. B. Apr. 
10, 1835. School, Beccles. Previously in the Army, 89th 
Regt. and 4th Hussars; Lieut., 2nd Life Guards. Matric. 
Michs. 1866; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon, 1870; 
priest, 1871; C. of Membury, Devon, 1870-3. C. of Brome 
with Oakley, Suffolk, 1873-4- V. of Yeadon, Yorks., 1879- 
87. R. of Sawtry, Hunts., 1S87-1903. Died July 3, 1903. 
{Vis. of England and Wales, 11.) 

CLARK, OSWALD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 24, 
1873 S. of W. C. B. May 1, 1S55, at Brill, Bucks. School, 
Chipping Ongar (his father). Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1880. Assistant to his father at a school at Chipping 
Ongar, Essex, who conveyed it to his son in 1897; Head 
Master there until his retirement a few years before his 
death. Died Nov. 20, 1921, at Lyncroft Gardens, Hampstead. 
Buried at Ongar. {Peile, II. 629; The Times, Nov. 26, 1921; 
Christ's Coll. List, 1924O 

CLARK, PAUL NEWBURY, (The Rev.). Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Apr. 18. 1887; from Trinity College, Dublin. S. of 
Samuel, R. of Barabam, Thetford, Norfolk. B. Jan 27, 
1859. Schools, Chancellor's (Theological) and King Edward's, 
Berkhamsted. Matric. Easter, 1SS8. Migrated to King's, 
Apr 27, 1889; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon (Aber- 
deen) 1881; priest, 1882; C. of St Margaret's, Aberlour, 
1881-3. C. of St Mary's, Glasgow, 1883-5. C. of St Barnabas, 
Tunbridge Wells, 1885-92. V. of Tue-Brook, Liverpool, 
1892-5. R. of West Tofts, Norfolk, 1895-1907. V. of Stan- 
ford, 1898-1907. C. of St Mary's, Truro, Cornwall, and 
succentor and priest-vicar of Truro Cathedral, 1907-1909. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., Special List). Disappears 
from Crockford, 1910. Died Aug. 28, 1937, at Exmouth. 
{T. A. Walker, 601; Camb. Univ. War List.) 

CLARK, PERCY EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1876. 3rd s. of Edward, of Western House, Weston-super- 
Mare, Somerset. B. Jan. 26, 1857, at Clifton. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Apr. 27, 1883, as 3rd s. of the late Edward, 
Esq., solicitor, of Bristol; name withdrawn, Apr. 10, 1888. 
Of Aldeburgh, Suffolk. J.P. Mayor of Aldeburgh, 1920. 
{Harrow Sell. Reg.) 

CLARK, PETER MOIR. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 5, 1854. 
S. and h. of John, architect. B. Jan. 3, 1834, at Leith, 
Midlothian. School, Aberdeen (Mr Anderson) and at Maris- 
chal College, Aberdeen (P. M. Clarke). Matric. Michs. 
1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. 

CLARK, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 21, 1842. 
Matric. Michs. 1842. Died July 18, 1845, aged 24, at Shen- 
field, Essex. (G. Mag., 1845, II. 323.) 

CLARK, RALPH ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1900. S. of Wilham Frederick, clerk. B. July 15, 
1876, at Newnham. Herts. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; 
M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 1907; priest (St Asaph) 1908; C. 
of Bocking, Essex, 1907-9. Held various curacies, 1909-18. 
R. of Panfield, 1919. Brother of Leonard S. (1900). {Crock- 
ford, 1934.) 

CLARK, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 25, 1846. [3rd 
s of Henry (1803), M.A., V. of Harmston, Lines.] Matric. 
Michs. 1846; B.A. (28I* Wrangler) 1850; M.A. 1857. Ord. 
deacon, 1850; priest '(Lincoln) 1S51; C. (to his father) at 
Harmston, 1850-1. Missioner (C.M.S.) at Amritsar, 1851-4, 
1864-9 and 1871-6; at Peshawar, 1854-64; at Lahore, 1871. 
Secretary to the Punjab and Sindh C.M.S. Book Society, 
1870-1900; to the Punjab and Sindh Corresponding Com- 
mittee of Lahore, 1876-1900; to the Church of England 
Zenana Mission, 1880-1900. Author, theological. Died May 
16 1900 aged 74. at Kasauli. Brother of Hamlet (1842); 
father of Hamlet E. (1886) and of Stuart H. (1888). {Crock- 
'ord; Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 30, 1900.) 

CLARK, ROBERT FELL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1891. S. 
oi Robert Ingham, Esq., of 3, Albert Hall Mansions, London, 
S.W. B. Mar. 29, 1872. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1891. In business in London; at 76, St Helen's Place, 
E.C., in 191 1. Of Conduit Lodge, Fitzjohn's Avenue, in 
Sept. 1927, when he celebrated his silver wedding. {The 
Titnes, Sept. 24, 1927.) 

CLARK, ROGER EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
May 31, 1854. S. of Henry (1803), clerk, of Harmston, 
Lines. B. there. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1854; 



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Clark, Sidney Bellman 

B.A. 1S5S. Ord. priest (Canterbury) 1859, for the colonies. 
Went to India as Missionary to the C.M.S. Died Jan. 14, 
1863, at Peshawar. Brother of Hamlet (1842), etc. (Cant. 
Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1863, 1. 398.) 
CLARK, SIDNEY BELLMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. S. of Joseph, of Hazlewood, Hills Road, Cambndge. 
B. June 18, 1877, at Cambridge. School, Perse Grammar, 
Cambridge (Mr Barnes-Lawrence). Matric. Michs. 1896; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1900. Served in the Great War (Royal 
Engineers). 
CLARK, STUART HARINGTON. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 8, 1888. 
S. of Robert (1S46). missionary (C.M.S.). B. Sept. 2, tS69. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 188S; Scholar; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (London) 1895; C of 
Bayswater, 1S94-6. C. of Gypsy Hill, 1897-1900. V. of the 
Old Church, Calcutta, 1900-8. V. of Belper, Derbs. 1909- 
13. Chaplain to the Forces, 1914-15. V. of Tonbndge, 
1913-36. Rural Dean, 1926-35. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 
1929-36. Of 11, Madeira Park. Tunbridge Wells. Brother of 
Hamlet E. (1886). (Crockford, 1939.) 
CLARK or CLARKE, SYDNEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 5, 1843. S. of Thomas, hardware manufacturer, of 
Covent Garden, London. B. at Russell Place, Fitzroy 
Square. Bapt. May 8, 1819. Matric. Michs. 1843, as Clark; 
B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon, 1S47; priest (Norwich) 
1S4S; C. of Gt Yarmouth, 1847-9. C. of St Martin-in-the- 
Fields, 1849-52. P.C. of St Matthew's, Spring Gardens, 
1852-4. Chaplain to the Forces, 1854-78. Served at Corfu, 
Parkhurst, Gibraltar and Malta. Chaplain to the Royal 
Military College, Sandhurst, 1874-6; to Chelsea Hospital, 
J878-05. Resided latterly at St Leonards-on-Sea. Died 
there Apr. 9, 1908, aged 89. Father of the next. (R. F. Scott ; 
Crockford, 1908.) 
CLARK, SYDNEY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 
1886. S. of Sydney (above), clerk, of the Royal Hospital, 
Chelsea, London. B. July 12, 1867, at Gibraltar. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1SS9; M.A. 1893. 
Assistant Master at Ashampstead, Eastbourne, 1S90-2; at 
Ascham School, Bournemouth, 1892-3; at Lickey Hills 
School, 1S94-. Served in the Great War (Major, Worcs. 
Regt.). Sometime Head Master of a preparatory school at 
Barat Green, Worcs. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1919; Univ. 
War List.) 
CLARK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Dec. 13, 1821. Of 
Staffs. S. of Thomas, timber-merchant, of Bur'.on-on-Trent. 
School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. 
Ord. deacon, 1827; priest (Lincoln) 1828; C. of Guilden 
Morden and Steeple Morden, Cambs., 1827. C. of Preston, 
Lanes., c. 1827-34. v - of Christ Church, Preston, 1836-64. 
R. of Poulton-le-Fylde, 1864-9. Married Louisa Gregson, of 
Liverpool. Author, theological. Died Mar. 27, 1869, aged 
64. M.I. at Poulton. (Poulton-le-Fylde; Chetham Soc. vm, 
N.S.) 
CLARK, THOMAS COLBATCH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
ax, 1888. S. of JohnColbatch.of 2, Ditchling Road, Brighton, 
Sussex. B. May 14, 1869, at Brighton. School, Brighton 
College (Mr Belcher). Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 
1895. Athletics 'blue,' 1890, 1891. 
CLARK, THOMAS HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1876. 2nd s. of John [Bayfield], of Wingfield, Trowbridge, 
Wilts. B. there Nov. 10, 1857. School, Marlborough. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Woollen manufacturer; of Trow- 
bridge. J.P., 1918. Hon. Major, 4th Wilts. Regt. Of Combe 
Lodge, Combe Down, Bath. Married and had issue. Brother 
of John B. (1873), etc. 
CLARK or CLARKE, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, June 27, 1832. Of Yorks. School, Beverley. Matric. 
Michs. 1832; Scholar; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Fellow. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) June 4, 1837; priest (York, Liu. dim. from Ely) 
Aug. 12, 1837. Probably V. of Horncastle, Lines., TS45-53. 
P.C. of Mareham-on-the-HiU, 1S47-53. Died May 14, 1853. 
at Horncastle, whilst suffering from mental depression. 
(Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1853, I. 672.) 
CLARK, THOMAS MARCH. Hon. LL.D. 1868. B. 1812, at 
Newburyport, Mass. Entered Yale, 1828; graduated, 1831. 
Ord. deacon and priest, Protestant Episcopal Church in 
America, 1836; R. of Grace Church, Boston, 1836-43. R. of 
St Andrew's, Philadelphia, 1843-7. In 1854 elected Bishop 
of Rhode Island, which office he held for 49 years. Repre- 
sented U.S.A. at first Lambeth Conference in 1867, and in 
the following year received honorary degree at Cambridge. 
Died Sept. 1903. (Dictionary of American Biography, IV.) 

CLARK, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 14, 
1828. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1828. 

CLARK, WALTER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, Sept. 
26, 1856. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Toleshill. B. 1838. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1857; B.A. i860; 



Clark, William George 

M.A. 5863; B.D. 1S75. 2nd Master of Lancaster Grammar 
School, 1861-5. Head Master of Derby Grammar School, 
1865-89. Ord. deacon, 1865; priest (Manchester) 1866; 
C. of Lancaster, 1865-6. Died Apr. 12, 1889, at the School 
House, Derby. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Derby Sch. Reg.) 

CLARK, WALTER JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at JESUS, 1 in. 
1881. S. of Walter, Esq. B. at Glenara, Bulla Bulla, near 
Melbourne, Australia. Schools, Scotch College, Mell 
and High School, Hobart. Matric. Lent, 1881. 

CLARK, WILFRID. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhousi:, Jan. 
25, 1783. Of Cumberland. [S. of Wilfrid, V. of Wigton, 
Cumberland. B. Mar. 15, 1766.] School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar; B.A. 1787; M.A. 1791. Fellow, 
1791. Assistant Master at Charterhouse School, 1791. Ord. 
priest (London) Aug. 14, 1796. V. of Rodmersham, Kent, 
1798-9. R. of Southminster, Essex, 1799-1803. Preacher at 
the Charterhouse, 1809. Founder's Day Preacher, 1812. 
R. of Castle Camps, Cambs., 1812-25. Probably R. of 
Southery (or Sotherby), Norfolk, 1816-25. Died Apr. 1825. 
(Al. Carthus.; T. A. Walker, 349; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 
1825, Apr.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, June 30, 
1799. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1800; Scholar as Clarke; 
B.A. 1804; M.A. 1807. Ord. deacon (Ely) Oct. 20, 1805; 
priest, Nov. 16, 1806; C. of Bourn, Cambs., 1805. C. of 
Haslingfield, 1806-60. Died Aug. 2, i860, aged 83, at Has- 
lingfield vicarage. (G. Mag., i860, II. 321.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Dec. 10, 
1803. 2nd s. of John, M.D., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, for whom 
see D.N.B. B. there Apr. 5, 1788. School, Welton, Yorks. 
(Mr Popple). Matric. Michs. 1804; Prizeman; Scholar, 1807; 
B.A. (7th Wrangler) 1808; M.A. 1S11; MX. 1813; M.D. 1S27. 
Fellow, 1809. Professor of Anatomy, 1817-66. Studied 
medicine in London. F.R.C.P., 1830. F.R.S., 1836. Ord. 
1818. V. of Arrington, Cambs., 1824-5. V. of Wymeswold, 
Leics., 1825. R. of Guiseley, Yorks., 1826-59; non-resident 
except for about three months, but 'took pains to select a 
good curate'; restored the Church and rectory and built 
new schools. A friend of Lord Byron. Married Mary, dau. 
of Robert Darling Willis, M.D., 1827. A distinguished 
anatomist; commenced the acquisition of the extensive 
museum of comparative anatomy. Author, Analysis of a 
Course of Lectures on the Anatomy and Physiology of the 
Human Body, etc. Died Sept. 15, 1869, at Cambridge. 
Father of John W. (1851). (Boase; D.N.B.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 6, 1859. S. of 
Frederick, merchant, of London. B. June 8, 1837, in Shore- 
ditch, Middlesex. School, Madras House, Hackney. Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 
1863; priest (Rochester) 1864; C. of Springfield, Essex, 
1863-8. Chaplain on the Bombay ecclesiastical establish- 
ment at Ahmedabad, Poona, and Kurachee, 1869-88. R. of 
Bunbury with Calveley, Cheshire, 1888-96. R. of Upavon, 
Wilts., 1896-1902. R. of Upper Standon, 1902-8. V. of 
Charlton, Wilts., 1908-10. Died there Apr. n, 1910, aged 
;j. (Venn, 11. 346; The Times, Apr. 14, 1910.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1889. 
S. of George, engineer, of Sunderland. B. Feb. 17, 1870, at 
Sunderland. Schools, Aysgarth Preparatory (Rev. C. Hales) 
and Repton. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Manufacturer; 
of Havenholme, King's Langley, Herts. (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

CLARK, WILLIAM CANTRELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
June 11, 1S47. Of Friar's Gate, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1847; 
Scholar, 1848; B.A. 1852. 

CLARK, WILLIAM FRANCIS (1862), see WILLIAM THOMAS. 

CLARK, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1839. [S. of Robert.] B. Mar. 1821, at Barford Hall. 
Gainsford, Durham. Schools, Sedbergh and Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1840; Scholar, 1842; Porson Prize; Browne 
Medal; Chancellor's Medal; B.A. (2nd Classic) 1844; M.A. 
1847; incorp. at Oxford, i860. Fellow, 1844-78; Tutor, 
r857-66. Vice-Master, 1868-71. Public orator, 1857-69. Lady 
Margaret Preacher, 186S. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest, 1854; 
relinquished Holy Orders by deed enrolled in Chancery, 
Sept. 2, 1870. Travelled in Spain, Greece and Italy. F.S.A., 
1865. Edited the first series of Cambridge Essays; planned 
and edited (together with Glover and Wright) The Cambridge 
Shakespeare (9 vols.). One of the founders and editors of the 
Journal of Philology. A frequent contributor to Macmillan's 
and to Eraser's Magazines. Noted for his translate -• I 
Greek and Latin verse. An admirable College lecturer and 
one of the most brilliant and popular of the resident Fellows. 
Endowed the Clark Lectureship in English Literature. 
Author, Gazpacho; or Summer Months in Spain; Pelopon- 
nesus; a scale of Lyrics, etc. Died Nov. 6, r878, at York. 
IV. and Q., 5th S. x. 400; Boase ; D.X.K.) 



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Clark, William (Gilchrist) 

CLARK or GILCHRIST CLARK [post CLARK-MAXWELL], 
WILLIAM (GILCHRIST). Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. II, 1884, as Gilchrist Clark, William. 2nd s. of 
John Gilchrist (1849), of Speddoch, Dumfries. B. May 28, 
1865 at Dabton, Thornhill, Co. Dumfries. Matnc. Michs. 
1884- Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt II, 1st Class) 1888; 
M A 1892. Engaged in archaeological research in Spam, 
18S9-90. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Durham) 1892; C. at 
Gateshead, 1S91 -7. V. of Clunbury, Salop, 1S97-1912. Rural 
Dean of Clun, 1905-13; of Bridgnorth, 1922-8 R. of St 
Leonard's. Bridgnorth, 1913-2S. Preb. of Hereford 1915- 
35 Proctor in Convocation, 1916-29. V. of Mackwortn, 
Derbs r928-35. Assumed the additional surname of Max- 
well in' lieu of Gilchrist, 1897. Of Carruchan, Dumfries. A 
constant contributor to Archaeologia, the Archaeological 
Journal, and the Wiltshire Magazine. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 11, 1915, aged 70, at Mackworth House Derby. 
Brother of John H. (1880). (Fox-Davies; Burke, L.G.; The 
Times, Dec. 14, 1935.) 
CLARK WILLIAM GLADSTONE. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1883'; from Cavendish H. S. of James Proctor, merchant, of 
Stoke Newington. [B. at Montreal.) School, Merchant 
Taylors' B A. 18S6; M.A. 1S90. Adm. at Downing, Dec. 
1891 Previously a schoolmaster at Skipton and Cranleigh, 
York's. Student at St Bartholomew's Hospital House 
Surgeon and Demonstrator in Physiology. M.R.C.S., 
L R C P 1895. F.R.C.S., 1897. During the South African 
War volunteered as a civil surgeon. Resident Surgeon at the 
Memorial Hospital. Bulawayo. Medical Officer of Health to 
the Bulawayo Municipality. Acquired a large private 
practice in partnership with John Henry Dyke Acland, 
Director of the Pasteur Institute of Rhodesia and Medical 
Officer of the Rhodesian Labour Bureau. Died Jan. 23, 
rqi6 at Bulawayo. Brother of George M. (1887). {Merchant 
Taylors- Sell. Reg.: Plarr, Lives of the Fellows.) 
CLARK WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1804 S of John WUlis(i85l),ofScroope House, Cambridge. 
B Ian i, 1876, at Cambridge. School, Eton. Maine Michs. 
1894; Scholar, 1897; B.A. (Classical Trip., rst Class) 1897; 
M A 1901 Clerk in the Board of Trade, 1899-1910. Secretary 
to' the Special Commission to conduct negotiations with the 
Chinese Government, 1901-2; in the Diplomatic Service 
1002. Secretary to successive Presidents of the Board of 
Trade 1906-8 ; to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1908-10. 
\ member of the 1 oun. il for Commerce and Industry of the 
Governor-General of India. 1910-16. Comptroller-General of 
the Commercial Intelligence Dept., Board of Trade 1916-17, 
for Overseas Trade, 1917-28. C.M.G., 1903- C.S.I. , ton. 
KCS.I , 5lS- K.C.M.G., 1930. G.C.MG., 1937- High 
Commissioner for the United Kingdom m Canada 1928-34. 
High Commissioner in Basutoland, Bechuanaland Pro- 
tectorate, and Swaziland and in the Union of South Africa, 
1934-. Brother of Edward M. (1892). (Burke, Knightage, 
1936; Kelly, Handbook, 1937.) 
CLARK, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's May 7, 
,S68 S. of George, engineer. B. at South Hylton, Durham 
Matnc. Michs. .868; Scholar, 1871; B.A. (36 * Wrangler) 
1872; M.A. 1875. Died Feb. 3, 1887. [The Eagle, xv.) 
CLARK ' WILLIAM MAITLAND. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 
' 16, 1866. S. of John. B. Dec. 17, 184". in Jamaica, W. Inches. 
School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. .870; M.A. 1873. 
Ord. deacon, .871; priest (Worcester) 1S72; C. of Rugby, 
1871-4 Head Master of Hartlebury Grammar School, 1874- 
q Sometime Head Master of Kingsgate House Preparatory 
School Winchester. R. of St Laurence's, Winchester, 1894- 
1001 V of Kilmeston with Beauworth, Hants., 1904-15. 
Died'thereMar.io,i9i5- (Crockford; Schoolmasters Directory, 
I 9°4-) _ , - 

CLARK WILLIAM PODMORE. Adm. pens, at Christ s, Jan. 
,91882. 4th s. of Joseph (1834), clerk B. Feb. 7, 1864, 
at Kegworth rectory. School, Harrow Matnc. Michs. 1882; 
BA 1885; M.A. 1889. Medical student. Died Mar. 18, 1896, 
at Durdha'm Down, Bristol. (Peile, II. 685.) 
CLARK WILLIAM STEPHENS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 
1802 S of Andrew, solicitor, of Hermitage Place, Leith. 
B Aug. 19, 1S74, at Leith. School, Edinburgh Collegiate, and 
at Edinburgh University. 
PI ARK WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 
25 1862, as William Francis 'sic). B.at Melbourne, Australia. 
Bapt. June, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1S66; M.A. 
1869. 
CLARK WILLIAM TYSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 16. 
i8oi' S of lohn, solicitor's articled clerk, of Broughton-in- 
Furness,' Lanes, [and Hannah Tyson] B. there Nov. 4, 
1875 Schools. Broughton-in-Fumess National (Mr G. H. 
Parkinson) and Barrow High (Mr J. A. Foster). Matnc. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. 
CLARK-KENNEDY, ARCHIBALD CHARLES. Adm. atSELWYN 
h!, Oct. 1, 1S99. S. of Alexander, Major-General. B. Nov. 



Clarke, Alured George 

22 1880. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; 
MA. 1906. Schoolmaster, 1902-4; at Wells Theological 
College 1905. Ord. deacon, 1906; priest (Bristol) 1907; C. of 
Chippenham, Wilts., 1906-11. V. of Wroughton, 191 1-26. 
V of Highworth and Sevenhampton, 1926-32. During the 
Great War, Chaplain to the Forces in France, 1916-17. 
A regular follower of the hounds. Killed Feb. 19, 1932, 
through being thrown from his horse on a slippery road. 
(Felsted Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Seluyn Coll. Cal., 1932-3) 
CLARK-KENNEDY, ARCHIBALD EWART. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Jan. 26, 1881. Of Dumfries. S. of A. Clark- 
Kennedy General, I.C.S., of Nithsdale, Westcombe Park, 
Blackheath. B. Mar. 22, 1852, at Dumfries. Previously 
in the Royal Navy. Matric. Lent, 1881; B.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon, r884; priest (Ely) r885; C. of Abmgton with Parnpis- 
ford, Cambs., 1SS4-5. V. of Pampisford, 1S86-9. V. of Gt 
Abington, 1888-9. V. of Savernake, Wilts., T889-98. R. of 
Ewhurst, Surrey, 1898-1913. Disappears from Crockford, 
1918-19. 
CLARK-KENNEDY, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, Jan. 2, 1877. S. of John, Army officer, deceased, 
of KnockgTay, Kirkcudbnght. School, Eton. 
CLARK-MAXWELL, WILLIAM (18S4), see CLARK. 
CLARKE, see also CLARK and CLERK. 

CLARKE ABRAHAM THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, Nov. 10, 1774. S. of John, of Weston Underwood, 
Bucks B. Dec. 25. 1755. School, Merchant Taylors' (Clark, 
A. T.). Matric. Easter, 1775; Scholar, 1778; B.A. 1779- 
Missionarv in India, 1788-1805, being first Englishman sent 
out by theS.P.C.K. Head of Society's Calcutta Mission, 1789; 
at Malacca, 1795-8; at Seringapatam, 1799-1S05. Died there 
1805. (F. Penny.) 
CLARKE, ALAN STRAFFORD. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 23, 1900. 
S of Theophilus Hughs, of Atljngworth, Beckenham, Kent. 
B Aug. 23. 1881. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1904; M.A. 1907. Gazetted (1st V.B., Royal Sussex Regt.), 
1902; Capt.; retired, 1908. Served in the Great War (6th 
Batt., Royal Sussex Regt., attached Headquarters, 4th 
Army; Major). Of Elmhurst, Elm Avenue, New Milton, 
Hants., in 1929. {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 
CLARKE ALEXANDER DAVID CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Jan. 25, 1878. Of Hants. S. and h. of 
Alexander Ross, Colonel, C.B., R.E., F.R.S., Ordnance 
Survey, Southampton. B. there Oct. 5, l854- Matnc. Lent, 
1878- B.A. 18S2; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1881; pnest 
(Winchester) 1882; C. of Shirley, Hants., 1881-3. Chaplain 
of the Lahore Ecclesiastical Establishment, 1883-4. C. of 
Hoddesdon, Herts., 1884-7. C. of Brenchley, Kent, 1887-8. 
V of Stonegate, Sussex, 1888-96. C. of West Ham, 1896- 
1901. R. of All Saints', Lewes, 1901-26. Surrogate, dio. 
Chichester 1901-29. Resided latterly at Uckfield. Died 
Feb. 3, 1929, at Wotton Lodge, Uckfield. {Crockford; The 
Times, Feb. 5, 1929.) 

CLARKE, ALFRED. Adm. sizar at Si Catharine's, Oct. 10, 
1868. S. of John. B. at Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1S68; 
B A 1872. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Ripon) 1873; C. of St 
Matthew's, Leeds, 1872-5. C. of Chapel AUerton, 1875-8. 
Canon residentiary of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, 
r878-83. P.C. of Kirkby Malzeard, Yorks., 1883-92. V. of 
Steeton with Eastbuni, 1893-1914. Resided latterly at 40, 
Cleveland Road, Barnes, London, S.W. Died there Dec. 30, 
1931, aged 82. (Crockford; The Times, Dec. 31, 193L) 

CLARKE ALFRED EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
<\ug 21 1876. S. of Charles Edward. Matric. Michs. 1876; 
BA 1887- M.A. 1891. Assistant Master at Monmouth 
Grammar School, 1887-92. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest 
(Llandaff) 1889; C. of North Woolwich, 1892-4. C. of 
Hucknall-Torkard, Notts., 1894-1904. V. of South Leverton, 
1904-31. Not in Crockford, 1932. 

CLARKE (post FAIRLIE-CLARKE), ALLAN JOHNSTON. Adm. 
pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 27, 1895. S- of the late William 
[Fairlie-Clarke], M.D., F.R.C.S., and Mrs Fairlie-Clarke, 
of Haslemere, Southborough, Kent. B. there, May 8, 1877. 
School Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 
1897- B A. (Nat. Sci. Tnp., 1st Class) 1898; M.B. and B.C., 
as Fakhe- Clarke, A. J., 1902; M.A. and M.C. 1906. Assumed 
the surname of Fairlie-Clarke, Aug. 29. 1S99. At St Bartho- 
lomew's Hospital. House Physician, 1902. M.R.C.S., 
L R.C.P., 1901. F.R.C.S., 1903. Resident Surgeon at the 
General Hospital, Birmingham, r904-7. Surgeon at the 
Royal Victoria Hospital, Dover, 1914-22. Consulting 
Surgeon to Malvern Hospital. Of Walton Villa, Malvern 
Wells- retired. Brother of the next, Charles E. (1889) and 
William F. (1894). (Medical Who's Who, 1927; Medical 
Directory, 1939.) 

CLARKE ALURED GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct i 1892. 2nd s. of William Fairhe, physician, of 3, 
Beauchamp Square, Leamington, Warws. B. Aug. 17, 1873, 



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Clarke, Anthony James 

at Knightsbridge, London. Schools, Leamington and Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. 
deacon, 1896; priest (London) 1897; C. of Emmanuel Church, 
West Hampstead, 1896-1900. C. of Battersea, 1900-9. V. of 
St John's with St Paul's, Battersea, 1909-20. V. of All 
Saints', Highfield, Oxford, 1920-35. Chaplain of Wingfield 
Hospital, 1921-35. V. of Greenham, Newbury, I935-- 
Brother of William F. (1S94), etc. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1939.) 
CLARKE, ANTHONY JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, 
May 9, 1810. 4th s. of Nathaniel Gooding (i773). B. 1790, 
at Swanwick, Derbs. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1810; 
Scholar, 1811; B.A. 1S14; M.A. 1S17. Minister of St Peter's, 
Birmingham. R. of Porlock, Somerset, 1831-8. Married 
Elizabeth, dau. of George Langton, of Langton Hall, Lines. 
Died May 22, 1838, aged 48. Buried at Porlock. [His son, the 
Rev. James Langton, M.A. (Durham), died Nov. 24, r9l6, 
aged 83, at Leamington, and is to be distinguished from 
James Langton of Queens' (1827).] Brother of Nathaniel R. 
(1804). (Repton Sch. Reg.;Peile,u. 36b; Burke, L.G.;G. Mag., 
183S, II. 221.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR BEAUMAUR1CE. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Oct. r896. S. of George, Esq. B. in New Jersey, 
U.S.A. Schools, St Paul's and Trent College. Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. 1899. Principal of the College, Baroda, Bombay. 
Served in the Great War (Lieut., Indian Army Reserve of 
Officers, attached Indian Labour Corps). (Univ. War List.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR CECIL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. I, 
1S88. S. of Thomas Joseph (1855), R. of St Paul's, York. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon 
(London, for Colonies) 1895; priest (Lahore) 1896; Missionary 
(C.M.S.) in India, 1895-1922. Principal of Baring High 
School, Batala, 1912-14; of Edwardes College, Peshawar, 
1919-21. Warden of St John's College, Lahore, 1921. R. 
of Costock, Notts., 1922-6. R. of Elvington, Yorks., 1926. 
Died Dec. 18, 1937, aged 68, at Finningham, Stowmarket, 
Suffolk. Brother of Thomas P. (1887), Ernest W. (1893) and 
probably of Charles B. (r885). (Crockford, 1937; The Times, 
Dec. 21, 1937.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR DAWSON. Adm. sizar at Si John's, Oct. 
It, 1861. S. of Henry (1S30), clerk. B. at Guisborough, 
Yorks. Bapt. Mar. 30, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; 
M.A. 1S81. Ord. deacon, 18S2; priest (St Albans) 1883; C. of 
East Bamet, 1882-4. C. of Chipping Barnet, 18S7-9; retired. 
Sometime of Monken Hadley, and Chaplain to the London 
Rifle Brigade. An inmate of the Charterhouse. Died Jan. 1, 
1922, aged 78. (Crockford; The Times, Jan. 3, 1922.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 
17, 1864. 3rd s. of William [solicitor], of 18, Kensington Park 
Gardens, London. B. 1847, in London. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Apr. 27, 1867. Called to the Bar, 1871. 
Died July iS, 1879, on board The Lombmdy. (T. C. Dale; 
Inner Temple Adm.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR EDWARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1881. 
Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 19, 1882. S. of John William. 
B. Feb. 14, 1861, at Bury St Edmunds. School, Guildhall. 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Nottingham) 1884; 
priest (Southwell) 1885; C. of Lenton, Notts., 1884-6. C. of 
Sawley, Derbs., 1886-93; R- there, 1893-1934. Rural Dean 
of Ilkeston, 1930-4. Not in Crockford, 1935. Editor of 
Southwell Diocesan Calendar, 1893-1913. (Peile, 11. 687; 
Crockford.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR GERALD AYLMER. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 
1, 1890. S. of Frederick, solicitor. B. Aug. 1871, at Wimble- 
don. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1S90. Profession, 
dramatic. Served in the Great War (Lieut., R.A.S.C). 
Died May 13, 1921, in London. (Venn, 11. 512; Unit'. War 
List.) 
CLARKE, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 4, 1896. 
S. of Bennett Michell. B. Dec. 7, 1877- School, Dulwich 
College. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar; B.A. 1899. Assistant 
Master at Merchiston Castle School, 1900-6; at Mill Hill 
School, 1906-32-. Brother of Francis W. (1894), and Henry 
N. (1892). (Schoolmasters* Directory, 1932-3.) 

CLARKE, ARTHUR SIDNEY. Adm. at Selwyn H. Oct. I, 
1895. S. of Henry George. B. July 7, 1876. School, Merchant 
Taylors', Gt Crosby. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. 
Intended to take Holy Orders. Of 9, Church Road, Waterloo, 
Liverpool. Died Nov. 23, 1899, aged 23, at 8, Blythwood 
Road, Crouch Hill. (Selwyn Coll. Col., 1900.) 

CLARKE, ASTLEY VAVASOUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1889. 
S. of Julius St Thomas, surgeon, of Leicester. B. there Feb. 
7, 1870. Schools, Oakham and Rauscher Institut, Stuttgart. 
Matric. Michs. r889; B.A. 1892; M.B. and B.C. 1895; M.D. 
1898; M.A. 1923. At Guy's Hospital. House Physician there, 
1895. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1896. Assistant Physician at 
Leicester Royal Infirmary, 1896-1901; Physician, 1901-30; 
Hon. Radiologist, 1899-1925. Medical Director of Leicester 



Clarke, Charles Bird 

Frith Home of Recovery, 1918-22. During the Great War, 
Col. R.A.M.C. (T.F. Reserve); Assistant Director of Medical 
Services, 1914-19. Hon. Consulting Physician, Ministry of 
Pensions. Vice-President of Leicester University College, 
1920-. On the Leicester City Council, 1930-. Of 10, Univer- 
sity Road, Leicester. J. P. D.L. for Leics., 1928. Married 
and had issue. (Venn, 11. 506; Medical Directory, 1939; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1939.) 
CLARKE, AUGUSTUS HYDE TREDWAY. Adm. at King's, 
Oct. 2, 1896. S. of T. G., Colonel, of Meriden, Bath, Somerset. 

B. 1877. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1913. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1902; priest (South- 
wark) 1905; C. of St Mary's Chapel, Reading, 1902-4. Held 
other curacies, 1904-15. R. of Devizes, Wilts., 1915-39-. 
P.C. of St Katharine's, Savernake Forest, 1937-- (Malvern 
Coll. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, BENJAMIN STRETTELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1877. S. of Benjamin StretteU, M.A. (Dubl.), clerk 
[Archdeacon of Liverpool]. B. Sept. 15, 1857, at Southport, 
Lanes. [Bapt. Oct. 16, 1857.] School, Giggleswick. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1886. Rowing 'blue,' 1880. 
Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Liverpool) 1881; C. of Christ 
Church, Eccleston, Lanes., 1880-2; V. there, 1886-1915. 

C. of Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1882-6. District Secretary of 
the Bible Society, etc. Of Prestatyn, N. Wales, in 1920. 
Went to Canada, r923. Of Oak Bay, Victoria, British Colum- 
bia. Brother of William R. (1878), Charles M. (1S83), etc. 
(Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, BRAMHALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 
23, i8r8. S. of John, of Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1818; 
LL.B. 1824. 

CLARKE, CECIL HARRY GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1897. S. of H., Lieut. -Colonel. School, King's, 
Canterbury (Rev. T. Field). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. 
Died Feb. 26, 1943, 'late of the Malayan Civil Service.' (The 
Times, Mar. 2, 1943.) 

CLARKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 20, 1755. 
S. of Reuben (1706), D.D. [late Archdeacon of Essex, de- 
ceased]. School, Eton (sic). Matric. Michs. 1755. 

CLARKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Nov. 17. 
1813. S. of Charles, of Hulverstreet, Beccles, Suffolk. B. at 
Gorleston. School, Norwich (Mr Valpy). Matric. Michs. 
1S14; Scholar, 1814-20; Prizeman; B.A. (25th Wrangler) 
1818. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Norwich) Sept. 
t9, 1819; priest (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1822. For many years 
an active magistrate in the Beccles Division. Perhaps C. of 
Mutford, Norfolk, in 1841, till 1853. Married Anne, dau. of 
Alexander Browne, of Hassingham, Norfolk. Died Jan. 6, 
1857. aged 60, at Hulver-hill, Henstead. (Venn, 11. 162; 
Suckling, 11. 376; G. Mag.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 14, 
183T. S. and h. of [Sir] Charles [Mansfield], Bart. (1842). 
B. June 15, 1812, in London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1831; B.A. r835; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1836; 
priest (Winchester) Nov. 27, 1836; V. of Takeley, Essex, 1839- 
47. R. of Hanwell, Middlesex, 1847-64. Succeeded his 
father as 2nd Bart., Sept. 7, 1857. Of Dunham Lodge, 
Norfolk. J. P. for Essex. Married Rosa Mary, dau. of Henry 
Alexander, Apr. 24, 1838. Died Apr. 25, 1899, at Worling- 
ham Hall, Beccles. Buried at Uckfield. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Hennessy; Boose, iv. Suppl.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES BARON. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Feb. 18, 1852. S. and h. of Turner Poulter. B. June 17, 1832, 
at Andover, Hants. School, King's College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1852. Migrated to Queens', May 8, 1854; B.A. (3rd 
Wrangler) 1856; M.A. 1859. Fellow of Queens', 1857. 
Lecturer in Mathematics, 1858-65. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
May 3, 1856. Called to the Bar, i860. Entered the Un- 
covenanted Bengal Service, joining the staff of Presidency 
College, Calcutta, 1865. Inspector of Schools in Eastern 
Bengal, 1866-87. Botanist; obtained 7000 specimens of 
Indian plants. Superintendent of the Calcutta Botanical 
Gardens, 1869-71. Assisted Sir Joseph Hooker at Kew in his 
Flora of British India, 1879-83. Returned to India; In- 
spector of Schools, 1883-7; retired. Settled at Kew and 
continued his work on Indian botany. F.G.S., 1868. F.L.S., 
1867; F.R.S., 1882. President of the Liimean Society, 1894- 
9. Author, botanical, etc. Died unmarried Aug. 25, 1906. 
Buried at Andover. Brother of Spencer (1855). (D.N.B., 
2nd Suppl.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES BIRD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1885. Of Lanes. [Probably s. of Thomas Joseph 
(1855), clerk.] Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar, 18K1 
1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon (London) 1889; priest, 1890; 
C of Islington, 1889. Missionary (C.M.S.) in India, 1892- 
1912. Principal of the Boys' School, Calcutta, 1892-1904. 
R. of Costock, Notts., 1912-22. Died July 18, 1922, at Cam- 
bridge. Probably brother of Arthur C. (1888), etc. (Ridley 
I1M List.) 



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Clarke, Charles Erskine 

CLARKE, CHARLES ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. i, 1889. Of London. S. of William Fairlie, 
surgeon, F.R.C.S. B. Feb. 10, 1871, at Mayfair, London. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar; B.A. 
1892- M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Winchester! 
1897; C. of St Luke's, Southampton, 1896-9. C. of St Mary's, 
Battersea, 1899-1900. C. of St Luke's, Battersea, 1900-14; 
V there 1914-24. P.C. of St John-the-Evangelist, Bexhlll, 
1924-6. Died Mar. 8, 1926, at Reigate. Brother of Allan J. 
(1895), etc. (Crockford; The 1 imes, Mar. 9, 1926.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 33) at Caius, 
Oct 1, 1859. S. of Walter, Esq., of the Irish Bar. B. m 
Dublin. School, Woolwich (Rev. C. Woodward). Matnc. 
Michs. iSsg; Scholar, 1860-3; B.A. 1864. Assistant Master at 
Rossall School, 1863-5. Tutor at Codnngton College, 
Barbados, 1865-6. {Venn, 11. 347-) 
CLARKE, CHARLES GEORGE FREDERICK LANE. Adm. 

(age is) at Caius, Nov. 9, 1881. S. of , deceased. B at 

Rathdrum, co. Wicklow. Matric. Michs. 1881. Resided a few 
days. (Venn, 11. 453.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. at Sidney, Oct. II, 1875. 

Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. 
CLARKE, CHARLES JOHN (1790, of Trinity), see CLARKE, 

JOHN CHARLES. 
CLARKE, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 28, 
1859. S. of Charles Stewart, lawyer. B. Oct. 22, 1839, at 
Clifton. Schools, Bishop's College, Bristol (Ja. Robertson) 
and Reading (Mr Smith). Matnc. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; 
MA 1866. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1S63; 
priest, 1864; C. of Cam, Gloucs., 1863-6. C. of Tisbury, 
Wilts 1866-8. C. of Freshwater, 1868-70. C. of Newland, 
Gloucs 1870-1. V. of Whiteshill, Stroud, 1871-4. V. of St 
Andrew's, Montpelier, Bristol, 1874-81. V. of Wanstrow 
Somerset, 1881-5. Died Mar. 27, 18S5, aged 45- Father of 
Henry S. S. (1895) and of William S. (1887). (Petit. 11. 560.) 
CLARKE, Sir CHARLES MANSFIELD, Bart. Hon. M.A. from 
Corpus Christi, 1842. Physician to Queen Adelaide. Hon. 
D C.L. (Oxford) 1845. Died Sept. 7, 1857. Father of Charles 
(1831). (D.S.B.) 
CLARKE CHARLES MAURICE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 

8 1883 S. of Benjamin StretteU, clerk, of 59, Hoghton 
Street Southport, Lanes. B. there Jan. 8, i8b5- School, 
Giggleswick. Matnc. Michs. 18S3; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. 
Ord. deacon, 1888; priest (Liverpool) 1889; C. of Christ 
Church, Southport, 1888-93. C. of St Helens, 1893-4. V. of 
Christ Church, Preston, 1894-1913- Member of the Educa- 
tion Authority. Preston, 1910-13. Commissary of kwangsi, 
1911-23 R of St James's, Moss Side, Manchester, 1913-31- 
Rural Dean of Hulme, 1921-31. Joint editor of the Liverpool 
Diocesan Caltndar. Hon. Canon of Manchester 192S-. 
Proctor in Convocation, Manchester, 1924-9- R - ° { Blackley 
1931-7. Brother of Benjamin S. (1877), etc. (Glggltstmck 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE CHARLES NEVILLE. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
Oct 1 1884 S. and h. of Marshall Neville. Esq., deceased, 
of Gra'iguenoe Park, Thurles, Ireland. B. Jan. 19, 1866 1, at 
Dublin. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. 
Of Graiguenoe Park, Co. Tipperary. J. P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff. 1891. Latterly of Little Ormesby Hall, Ormesby, 
Norfolk Married and had issue. Killed, together with his 
wife in an air raid at Bath, Apr. 26, 1942. (Burke, I.G.; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1937; The Timts, May 2, 1942.) 

CLARKE CHARLES PITCHER. Adm. pens, at St John's 
Oct 21 1876. S. and h. of James Samuel, planter, of 
Barbados. B. June 26, 1857, at Christ Church. Barbados. 
Bapt Aug. I, 1857. School, Codnngton College. Matnc. 
Michs 1876; LL.B. 1880. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 

9 1878 Called to the Bar, 1883. K.C. Returned to Bar- 
bados; a member of the House of Assembly, 1893-1926. 
Solicitor-General of Barbados, 1907; Attorney-General, 1913. 
Knighted 1922. Of Blvthswood, Worthing, Barbados. 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. 16, 1926, at Worthing, 
Barbados. Brother of James S. (1882), Thomas (1879) and 
Frederick J. (1876). (Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times. 
Feb. 9, 1927) 

CLARKE CHARLES SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
18 189- 3rd s. of Thomas, of Allerton Hall, Liverpool. 
B ' Dec. 19, 1873. at Liverpool. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs 1892. Merchant; of Ellsbridge House, Keynsham, 
Somerset, afterwards of Tracy Park, Wick, Gloucs. and of 
Kinlock Forest, Tongue, Sutherland. Served in the Great 
War (Lieut. -Col., Royal Sussex Regt.). Married and had 
issue. Brother of Ernest J. (1897), etc. (Burke, L.G., 1936; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1939.) 

CLARKE, CHARLES WHITLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity May 20, 1840. S. of Richard. B. at Ross, Heref. 
Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1846; priest (Hereford) 1847; C. of Moccas 
Heref 1846-8. C. of Rickling, Essex, 1848-50. C. of S 



Clarke, Edward Daniel 

Margaret's, Westminster, 1S50-2. C. of Kensington, 1852-7. 
Minister of Bedford Chapel, St Pancras, 1857-8. R. of 
.Bridestowe with Sourton, Devon, 1858-82. R. of Wallington, 
Herts., 1882-1913. Died there Feb. 23, 1913, aged 91. 
(Hennessy; Hut Guardian, Feb. 28, 1913.) 
CLARKE, CHARLES WILLIAM ARDEN. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1879. S. of Mrs Clarke, of 11, Wellington 
Tenace, Beverley Road, Hull. Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 
1880' B.A. 1883; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1883; pnest 
(Liverpool) rSS 4 ; C. of St Cleopas, Liverpool, 1883-6. 
Principal of Noble College (C.M.S.), Masulipatam, 18S6- 
1906. Fellow of the University of Madras, 1900. P.C. of 
Holy Trinitv, Scarborough, 1906-18; retired. Address, c/o 
C.M.S., Salisbury Square, E.C. 4. (Crockford, 1939) 
CLARKE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 27, 
1825. S. of Robert, Esq., of Brookesby Hall, Leics. B. 1807. 
Schools, Repton and Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1826; 
Scholar; B.A. (Sth Classic) 1830; Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 
1831; M.A. 1833. Fellow. Travelling Bachelor. Ord. 
deacon (Rochester, Lilt. dim. from Ely) Feb. 16, 1834; priest, 
Feb. 15, 1835. Died 1836, aged 28, of fever, at Araheun, 
Holland. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Uppingham Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 
1836, 11. 663.) 
CLARKE, CLEMENT DAVID. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. n, 1880. S. and h. of James Thomas, Esq., of 
Harrow, Middlesex. B. at Booterstown, Co. Dublin. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 12, 1883, as s. and h. of James Thomas, of 
Spring Lodge, Twickenham, Middlesex. Called to the Bar. 
1S87. Did not practise. Died Mar. 27, 191°- (Harrou- Sch. Reg.) 
CLARKE, DENYS HARCOURT. Adm. at King's, Oct. 6, 1898 
S. of Arthur Edward, barrister, of the Inner Temple, and of 
the Straits Settlements. B. May, 1S79. School. Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 189S; Exhibitioner, 1900; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
ion. Joint Head Master of Stancliffe Hall School, Derbs., 
1911-21. Head Master of Packwood Haugh School, Warws., 
1922-. Died May 1930. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 
CLARKE, DOUGLAS WELLWOOD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1S98. 9th s. of Stephenson, deceased, of Croydon Lodge, 
Croydon. B. Feb. 25, 1879. School, Royal Navy [H.M.S. 
Britannia). Matric. Michs. 189S. In Lloyds Bank. Of Hart- 
ridge House, Cranbrook, Kent. Married and had issue. 
Brother of Harvey R. G. (1887). (Redtt Books, Notes; 
Burke, L.G., 1936.) 
CLARKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Si John's, Mar. 18, 1788. 
Re-adm. asaFell.-Com. Oct. 1, 1789- Of Cheshire. 2nd s. of 
George Hyde, of Hyde Hall, Cheshire. B. Nov. 28, 1770. 
School. Manchester. M.P. for Wootton Bassett, 1796-1802 
Of Swanswick, Somerset. Married Anne Margaret, dau. of 
Major-Gen. Sir William Augustus Prevost. K.C.B., 1791. at 
Marylebone. Living, 1818. (St John's Coll. Adm., IV; 
Orrnerod, III. 395; Earwaker, E. Cheshire, II.) 
CLARKE, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 

July 3, 1820. 
CLARKE, EDWARD BRAMWELL. Adm. pens, at Corpu- 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1893. S. of Robert. B. Jan. 31, 1874, at 
Yokohama, japan. School, University College, Kingston, 
Jamaica. Matric. Michs 1893; B.A. 1896. 
CLARKE, EDWARD DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Oct. 20, 
1785. 2nd s. of Edward (1748), V. of Willingdon, Sussex. 
B. there June 5, 1769. School, Tonbridge. Rustat Scholar, 
1786; matric. Lent, 17S7; B.A. 1790; M.A. 1794; LL ;P- 
(Lit. Reg.) 1804. Fellow, 1795-1806. Tutor, 1803-6. [In 
his third year amused the University and advertised himself 
by constructing an immense balloon which was suspended 
for some days in the College Hall and finally successfully 
launched from the grass plot within the cloisters.] Antiquary 
and mineralogist. Travelled as tutor in Great Bntain and 
abroad ; later started on his great journey through Northern 
and Eastern Europe with Malthus and Otter; brought home 
1 figure generally known as a Kistophanes, which he ecstati- 
. .illy— though erroneously— described as ' the colossal statue 

of the Eleusinian Ceres from her temple in Eleusis 'The 

'Ceres' and various sculptures are now in the Fitzwilham 
Museum. Returned to College, 1803. Ordained, Dec. 1805. 
R of Harlton, Cambs., 1806-22. R. of Yeldham, Essex 
1810-22. C. of All Saints', Cambridge, 1819. Professor of 
Mineralogy, 1808-22. University Librarian, 1817-22. Con- 
cerning his lectures on mineralogy, Gunning remarks 'his 
lecture rooms were always crowded and those of his hearers, 
who were not deeply versed in mineralogy, came away highly 
delighted.' His collection of minerals purchased by the 
Universitv; presented his Greek statues to the University, 
1803 Sold the MS. of his Travels to the Bodleian Library. 
Married Angelica, dau. of Sir William Beaumaris, Bart., 
Mar 25, 1806. Author, Travels in various countries of 
Europe. . . ; The Tomb of Alexander, etc. Died Mar. 9, 1822. 
Buried in the College chapel. Father of Edward W. (1824) ; 
brother of James S. (1784). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Chantt- 
clere Lent, 1888; D.N.B.; Pedigree Register, 1907.) 



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CLARKE, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. peas, at Emmanuel, June 
16, 1881. Of 6, Claremont Square, Hills Road, Cambridge. 
Matric. Michs. 18S1; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon 
(Colchester) 1887; priest (St Asaph) 1889; C. of Romford, 
Essex, 1887-93. Held other curacies, 1893-1913. R. of 
Boulder, West Australia, 1913-14. V. of All Saints', Perry 
Street, Northfleet, Kent, 1914-23; retired. Living at East- 
bourne in 1937. {Crockford, 1932, but not in 1939.) 

CLARKE, EDWARD LIONEL ALEXANDER. Adm. pens.' (age 
18) at Jesus, Apr. 20, 1856. S. of Edward William (1824), 
clerk, deceased. B. Apr. 21, 1837, at Gt Yeldhain, Essex. 
School, Wimborne Grammar. Migrated to Pembroke, June 
28, 1856; Scholar; matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Solicitor, 
1868-80. Master of the Supreme Court (Chancery Division), 
1880-1912. Of Wimborne, Dorset. Died Dec. io, 1917. 
Father of Edward R. (1890). 

CLARKE, EDWARD PERCIVAL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1890. 
S. of Sir Edward, Q.C. [Solicitor-General], of 5, Essex Court, 
Temple. B. Jan. 16, 1872. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1893. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 4, 1891. 
Called to the Bar, 1S94. A member of the General Council 
of the Bar, 1900-32. Counsel to the Board of Trade in 
Bankruptcy, 1905. Junior Counsel to the Treasury, 1912. 
Bencher, 1925. Senior Counsel, 1928-32. Recorder of 
Exeter, 1922-32. Knighted, 1931. Chairman of the County 
of London Quarter Sessions, 1932-6. Served in the Great 
War (Lieut., R.N.V.R.). Of 7, Gloucester Gate, London, 
N.W., and 2, Essex Court, Temple. Died Oct. 5, 1936, aged 
64, in London. (Burke, Knightage, 1935; The Titties, Oct. 6, 
1936.) 

CLARKE, EDWARD REVELY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 
14, 1894. S. of Charles Granville, clerk, of Tunbridge Wells. 
B. there Feb. 1, 1S75. School, Tonbridge (Exhibitioner). 
Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. 1897; M.B. 1902. At St 
Mary's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1900. House 
Physician and Obstetric Officer at St Mary's Hospital. 
Sometime Assistant House Surgeon at Bristol General 
Hospital. Of 4, Malcolm Road, Wimbledon. Died Oct. 15, 
1938, at Cheam. Buried at St Dominic's Priory, Wood- 
chester, Gloucs. Brother of Henry G. (1888). {Medical 
Directory, 1937; The Times t Oct. 18, 1938.) 

CLARKE, EDWARD RUSSELL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, 1890. S. and h. of Edward Lionel Alexander (1856), 
of London. B. there Jan. 31, 1871. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. (29^/1 Wrangler) 1893; (Mech. 
Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 1894). Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 11, 1893. Called to the Bar, 1895. On the North 
Eastern Circuit. During the Great War, expert adviser to 
the Naval Staff on Wireless Telegraphy; Capt., Special List; 
C.B.E. Of 11, King's Bench Walk, Temple, of 35, Leinster 
Gardens, W., and of Penbydwl, Abergavenny. Died Oct. 17, 
1918, at Penbydwl. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; 
Univ. War List; The Times, Oct. 21, 1918.) 

CLARKE, EDWARD [WILLIAM]. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Jesus, Oct. 14, 1824. S. of Edward Daniel (1785), clerk. 
Bapt. Mar. 2, 1807, at Cambridge. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1825, as Edw. William; B.A. 1829. R. of Gt Yeldham, 
Essex, 1831-43. Chaplain to the Forces. Author, religious. 
Died 1843, at Belize, Honduras. Father of Edward L. A. 
(1856). (Eton Sch, Lists; 0. Mag., 1843, 11, 326.) 

CLARKE, EDWARD WILLIAM ROUTH. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 
1, 1878. S. of William Robert, of Wattlefield Hall, Wymond- 
ham. B. there May 3, 1859. School, Malvern College. 
Matric. Michs. 1878. Of Wattlefield HaU, Norfolk. J. P. for 
Norfolk. Died 1907. (Venn, 11. 434; Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

CLARKE, EGERTON HARRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 3, 1867. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1867. 
Athletics 'blue,' 1870. Of 4, Duchess Street, Portland 
Place, London, W., in 1925. 

CLARKE, ERIC WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 12, 
1845. S. and h. of Thomas (1815), Esq., barrister-atlaw, 
of Knedlington, Yorks. (and Sarah Carter, dau. of the Rev. 
Eric Rudd, of Thorne, Yorks.). B. Apr. 28, 1826, at Howden. 
Schools, Bury, Lancaster (Mr Boutflower) and Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Capt., 3rd East Riding, 
Yorks., Rifle Volunteers. J. P. and D.L. Died Oct. 1868. 
Brother of Thomas S. (1849) and John S. (1847). (Burke, 
L.G.) 

CLARKE, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Downing, Jan. 18, 1879. 
Of 31, Belsize Avenue, Hampstead. S. of Henry, of Cannon 
Hall, Hampstead, J. P. B. July 21, 1857. School, Univer- 
sity College. Matric. Lent, 1879. Hon. Fellow, 1927. Pre- 
viously at St Bartholomew's Hospital; House Surgeon there. 
M.B. (London) 1881. M.D. (London) 1885. F.R.C.S., 1894. 
Sometime Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy in the 
Medical School at Cambridge. Practised at Blackheath until 
1894. Surgeon to the Central London Ophthalmic Hospital, 
Gray's Inn Road. Surgeon and Ophthalmic Surgeon to the 



Clarke, Frederick [Eagle] 

Miller Hospital, Greenwich. During the Great War, Capt., 
R.A.M.C. Ophthalmic Surgeon to the R.A.F. Hospital, 
the Masonic War Hospital, the King George Hospital and 
the Queen Alexandra Hospital for Officers. C.V.O., 19-6. 
Vice-President of the Ophthalmol ogical Society of Great 
Britain and Ireland. Assisted in founding the Freemasons' 
Hospital, Fulham Road, London. Author, 1 he Refraction 0/ 
the Eye, etc. Died Nov. 22, 1932, at Bryanstou Court, 
Loudon, W. (The Times, Nov. 23, 1932.) 

CLARKE, ERNEST. Hon. M.A. 1894. Adm. at St John's, 
Oct. 4, 1894. S. of James Johnson, merchant [died 1864]. 
B. Feb. 21, 1856, at Bury St Edmunds. School, Bury St 
Edmunds (Rev. J. Jackson). First University Lecturer in 
Agricultural History, 1896-9. GUbey Lecturer in the 
History and Economics of Agriculture, 1897-1901. Secretary 
of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1887-1905. 
Knighted, 1898. His two other great pre -occupations were 
music and bibliography. Many articles of his appeared in 
D.N.B. F.S.A. Died Mar. 4, 1923 {Scott, MSS.; St John's 
Coll. Adm.; The Tunes, Mar. 6, 1923.) 

CLARKE, ERNEST JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1897. 5th s. of Thomas, of Allerton Hall, Liverpool. B. Mar. 
21, 1879, at New Brighton, Cheshire. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Served in the Great War 
(Major, West Yorks. Regt., and Army Cyclist Corps; twice 
mentioned in despatches; French Croix de Guerre). Of 
Aghamarta Castle, Crosshaven, Co. Cork. Brother of Thomas 

A. (1889), William R. (1889), Charles S. (1892) and Henry H. 
(1894). (Univ. War List; Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

CLARKE, ERNEST WRANGHAM. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Jan. 21, 1893. S. of Thomas Joseph (1855), clerk. 

B. May 15, 1874, at York. School, St Peter's, York. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon 
(London, for Canterbury) 1901; priest (Worcester) 1902; 
Chaplain at Dover College, 1901-2; at Bromsgrove School, 
1902-3; at Gresham's School, Holt, 1903-8. Assistant 
Master at Trinity College, Glenalmond, 1908-12. Chaplain 
and Master at Loretto School, 1912-30; at Edgeborough 
preparatory School, Guildford, 1933-5. V. of Sark, 1935-6. 
V. of Kilburn, York, 1936-9-. Brother of Arthur C. (1888), 
etc. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, EUSTACE THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 6, 1881. S. of John Thomas, clerk. B. May 27, 1862, 
at Swansea. School, Shrewsbury (Exhibitioner). Matric. 
Michs. 1881; Scholar; B.A. (17th Wrangler) 1884; M.A. 1893. 
Assistant Master at Cranleigh School, Surrey, 1885-92; 
2nd Master there, 1893-1905; retired. Ord. deacon (Win- 
chester) 1893; priest (Guildford) 1895. Of Brockweir, near 
Chepstow. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1937.) 

CLARKE, FRANCIS TRACY. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Feb. 15, 1861. S. of William Henry (1825), clerk. B. at 
Gt Yarmouth. Matric. Easter, 1861; B.A. 1864. 

CLARKE, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1894. S. of Bennett Michell, Esq. B. June 30, 1875, at 
Peckham, Surrey. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 
1894; Scholar, 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Served in the 
Great War {23rd Batt., Royal Fusiliers). Died Mar. 12, 1916, 
in hospital at Rouen. Brother of Henry N. (1892), etc. 
(Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

CLARKE, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1898. 
S. and h. of John F., accountant, of St Andrew's, Worcester 
Park, Surrey. B. there May 26, 1879. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar; B.A. 1901; (Med. and Mod. 
Lang .Trip., 1st Class, 1902); M.A. 1905. Sometime Professor 
of English Literature at Deccan College, Poona, India. 
Professor of Literature and Fellow, Bombay University. 
Assistant Lecturer in English at Victoria University, Man- 
chester, till 1912. During the Great War, clerk in the 
Colonial Office, 1914-18. M.B.E. Of University College, 
Bangor, in 1934. Died Oct. 2, 1935, aged 56, at Ulva, 
Argyllshire, which island he owned. (Harrow Sch. Reg. ; 
Burke, O.B.E.; Kelly, Scotland, 1928; The Times, Oct. 4, 
I935-) 

CLARKE, FRANCIS WOMERSLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 30, 1894. S. of Mrs Clarke, of Newton House, Leeds. 
[B. Feb. 19, 1875.] School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
B.A. 1897. {Oakham Sch. Reg.) 

CLARKE, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1899. 
S. of E. C, Esq., of 2, Bethune Road, Stamford Hill. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; Scholar; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1902; M.A. 1906. 
Assistant Master at Mill Hill School, 1903-4. Head Master 
of Bromsgrove School, 1904-12; of Queen Elizabeth 
Grammar School, Crediton, Devon, 1912-. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

CLARKE, FREDERICK [EAGLE]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Apr. 16, 1842. S. of William, solicitor, of Thetford, 
Norfolk. B. there. Migrated to Caius, Nov. 8, 1842; matric. 
Michs. 1842; Scholar, 1843-5. Drowned June 7» 1845, when 
fishing at home. (Venn, 11. 260.) 



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CLARKE, FREDERICK JAMES. Adm. at Cars, Oct, I, 1876. 
S. of James Samuel, deceased, of Barbados [proprietor of 
sugar estates]. B. there July 27, 1859. School, Middle, 
Barbados. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Sugar planter in 
Barbados. A member of the House of Assembly, 1887-19 ^4 ; 
Speaker, 1S98-1934. On the Executive Council, 1905. 
C.M.G., 1907. K.C.M.G., 1911. President of the General 
Board of Health and of the Barbados Agricultural Society. 
Commandant of the Barbados Volunteer Force for 25 years; 
V.D. Of Blythswood, Christ Church, Barbados. J. P. Married 
and had issue. Brother of Charles P. (1S76), etc. (Burke, 
Knightage, 1937; College Office List.) 

CLARKE, FREDERICK KENT. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr. 9, 
1851. Matric. Mi. hi. 1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. rS59. Ord. 
deacon. 1856; priest (Exeter) 1857. Second Master of Queen 
Mary's School, Walsall, 1S58-60. Head Master of King 
Edward's School, Stafford, 1860-70. V. of St Chad's, 
Stafford, i"ti 70. K. of Orcheston St Marv, Wilts., 1S76- 
88. V. .if Little Malvern, Worcs., 1895-7. Resided latterly 
at Malvern Wells. Died there Dec. 7, 1920. (Crockjord; The 
Guardian, Dec. 10, 1920.) 

CLARKE, FREDERICK SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 

Sept. 3, 1S74. S. of Alexander, of St Petersburg. B. there 
.Inn.- 18, [855. Matric. Michs. 1S74; B.A. 1878. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov 12, 1879, as 2nd s. of Alexander Felix, 
I sq . merchant, of St Petersburg. 1 utered the Diplomatic 
Service. Died Sept. 12, 1932, aged 77, in London. [The 
Times, Sept. 14, 1932.) 

CLARKE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1876. S. of Thomas Meadows, chemist. B. Jan. 2o[ 
1858, it Richmond, Surrey. School, Merchant Taylors 1 
(Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Lincoln) 1882; C. of Sutton-in- 
Ashfield, 1881-4. Held various curacies, 1884-8. Domestic 
Chaplain to the Earl of Home, at Douglas Castle, 1888-9. 
C. of Tidenham, Gloucs., 1889-93. V- of Caldicot, 1893- 
1916. R. of Cherington, Gloucs., 1918-26. Resided latterly 
at Chelston. Torquay. Died there May 18, 1931 aged 7} 
(Scott, MSS.) *' 

CLARKE, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. 19, 1896. S. of John Sanders, Esq., of Wands- 
worth Common, London. B. June 29, 1871, at Little Peat- 
ling, Lutterworth. Si hools, 1 niii.il.. and Bedford Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 18962 B.A. 1899; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 
1899; priest (Chichester) 1900: C. of Christ Church, East- 
bourne, 1899-1902. C. of Salehurst, 1902-6. C. of Slinfoid, 
1906-17. Chaplain to the Forces, 1916-17. V. of Cold 
Waltham, Sussex, 1917-39-- IT. .1. Walker, 637; Crockford 
I939-) 

CLARKE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 25, 
1836; re-adm. July 7, 1842. Of 26, Bartholomew Close! 
London. Matric. Michs. 1836. One of these names R. of 
St George's, Dominica, West Indies; M.A. (Lambeth) 1848. 

CLARKE, GEORGE ELLIOTT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
.Mar. 28, 1829. S. and h. of Forster B. in Barbados, West 
Indies. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. t82Q; BA 
1834. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 1, 1833. Called to 
the Bar, 1836, as 's. and h. of Foster (sic), Esq , of Barbados.' 
Of Frampost, East Grinstead, Sussex. Married Rebec. 1 
Worrell, dau. of The Hon. William Grassett, of Barbados 
(she died Mar. 9, 1849). [Caribbeaima, iv. 285.) 

CLARKE, GEORGE FORD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Pembroke 
Dec. 22, 1S12; from Oxford. Matric. (Christ Church) Oct' 
26, 1809, age 18. S. of Richard I1771), R. of Bedale, Yorks. 
B. there. School, Harrow. Matric. Easter, 1813; LL.B. 
1816. Ord. priest (Norwich, LiU. dim. from Chester) July 9 
1815. R. of Thornton Watlass, Yorks., 1818-42. P.C. of 
Hutton Bonville. Died Apr. 17, 1S42, aged 52. [Al. Oxon ■ 
Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLARKE or CLUCAS, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm pens 
at Christ's, Jan. 17, 1888, as Clucas, G. F. S. of George 
Pettmaun (1845), clerk and assistant master at Repton 
School, Burton-on-Trent (he assumed the surname of Clucas 
in 1875). B. there Jan. 11, 1870. School, Repton Matric 
Mi. hs. 188S, as Clucas, G. F. ; B.A. 1S91; M.A. 1914. Adm 
at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 3, 1891. Called to the Bar, 1894; to 
the Manx Bar, 1895. A member of the Manx House of Keys 
1908; Speaker, 1919-37. Director of the Isle of Man Bank' 
Ltd. Chairman of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company 
C.B.E., 1927. Knighted, 1937. Of Cronkbourne, Isle of 
Man. Died Nov. 11, 1937, aged (17. Buried at Braddan 
(Peile, 11. 738; The Times, Nov. 12, 1937; Who's Who 1917 
sub Clucas.) 

CLARKE, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 16, 
1883. School, Athenee Royal, Ghent. Matric. Michs. 1883 : 
Prizeman; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Sometime Lecturer in 
English at Greifswald Prussian University. Assistant Master 
at Liverpool College. Second Master at Hvmer's College, 



Clarke, Henry Bridges 

Hull, 1893. Head Master of Acton County School, 1906-24-. 
Of 16, Woodland Avenue, Boscombe, Hants. Author, 
scholastic; edited selections from the French Classics. 
[Schoolmasters' Directory, 1924; Univ. Cat., 1938-9; Univ. 
Pari. Keg., 1934.) 

CLARKE (post CLUCAS), GEORGE PETTMAN. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, June 10, r845. S. of John T., clerk, of the Isle of 
Man. B. there Feb. 2, 1S27. School, King William's College 
(Mr Dixon); Exhibitioner, 1845; matric. Michs. 1845; 
Scholar, 1848; B.A. (34!* Wrangler) 1849; M.A. 1852. Ord. 
deacon, 1855; priest (Lichfield) 1S56. Second Master at 
Repton School, 1852-83. Assumed the surname of Clucas in 
lieu of Clarke, June 8, 1875. Of The Lodge, Repton, Derby. 
Died Dec. 19, 1902. Buried at Repton. Father of George F. 
(1SS8). {Repton Sch. Reg.) 

CLARKE, GEORGE ROCHFORT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 4, 1818. 3rd s. of George, Esq., of Chesterton Lodge, 
near Bicester, Oxon. [and Elizabeth, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. 
Rochfort]. B. 1801. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1825; M.A. 
1828. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 17, 1823. Migrated to 
the Inner Temple, Feb. 2, 1S30. Called to the Bar, 1849. On 
the South Eastern Circuit. Of Chesterton Lodge, Bicester, 
Oxon., J. P., and of Belfield, Co. Westmeath. Married 
Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Henry Byron, July 9, 1830. 
Author, miscellaneous. Died Sept. 29, 18S9, aged 88, at 
Blenheim Villa, Green Lanes, Finsbury Park, London. 
Buried at Chesterton, Oxon. [Boose, iv. Suppl.; Earwaker, 
East Cheshire, 11.) 

CLARKE, GEORGE TREVOR KELLNER. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1898. [S. and h. of George D'Arcy, commander, R.N., 
Capt. in the Reserve and the British India Steamship Co. 

B. Oct. 2, 1879, at 16, Rydes Terrace, Twickenham, London.] 
School, Dulwich College (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1898; 
Scholar; B.A. 1901. Ord. deacon (Islington, for London) 
1902; priest (London) 1903; C. of St James's, Norland, 
Kensington, 1902-7. Assistant Master at Dulwich College, 
1912-22. Not in Crockford, 1913. Served in the Great War 
(Lieut., R.A.S.C). Of 22, Rosendale Road, West Dulwich, 
in 1926. (Burke, L.G., 1937; Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

CLARKE or CLARK, HAROLD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1883. S. of Robert Edward, clerk. B. at Hockenll, 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Bapt. June 28, 1S65. Matric. 
Michs. 1883, as Clark; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon, 
1892; priest (Manchester) 1893; C. of Newton Heath, 1892-4. 

C. of Kirby Lonsdale, iSo4^>. Succentor of Liverpool 
Cathedral, 1900-2. C. of St Giles', Oxford, 1902-3. Lie. pr., 
dio. Lincoln, 1905-8 and 1917-22. C. of East Mailing, Kent, 
1922-3. Held other curacies, 1925-7. C. of Okehampton, 
1930-5. V. of Abbotsley, Hunts., 1935-. [Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, HARVEY RALPH GORING. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. 4th s. of Stephenson, of Croydon Lodge, 
Croydon, Surrey [citizen and clothworker, of London]. B. 
Aug. 22, i86S, at Tooting, London. School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. r890. Articled to Messrs Blyth, 
Dutton and Hartley, solicitors, London; then with Messrs 
Sewell and Maughan, solicitors, Paris, 1900— 1. Citizen and 
clothworker, of London. Of Brook House, Haywards 
Heath, Sussex. Died Dec. 13, 1929, aged 61. Brother of 
Douglas W. (r898). [The Times, Dec. 16, 1929; Burke, 
L.G., 1936.) 

CLARKE, HEBER NOEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 
1891. S. of John Heber, of Fitzharris, Abingdon, Berks. B. 
Dec. 25, 1S72, at Northcourt, Abingdon. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 189 1; B.A. 1894; B.C. 1899; M.B. 
1900. At the London Hospital; House Surgeon and House 
Physician Served as Civil Surgeon in the South African 
War, 1902. Sometime of Coggers Hall, Lamberhurst, Kent, 
afterwards of 3, Royal Chase, Tunbridge Wells (Clarke, 
Jervis and Marshall). [Fox-Davies; Medical Directory, 1937.) 

CLARKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Aug. 18, 1787. 
Of Rutland. Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A. 1792. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) June 29, 1792; C. of Narborough, Leics. 

CLARKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Nov. 30, 
1830. S. of Henry, attorney, of Guisborough, Yorks. B. 
there. School, Hooton Pagnell (Mr Newmarch). Matric. 
Michs. 1 831; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon (York) 1835; 
priest, 1836; C. of Guisborough; V. there, 1836-61. Died 
Nov. 13, 1861, aged 49, at Redcar. Father of Arthur D. 
(1861). [Venn, 11. 213.) 

CLARKE, HENRY BRIDGES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 21, 1829. 2nd s. of Thomas Truesdale, Esq., of Swake- 
leys, Middlesex. B. Feb. 6; 1810, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1829. Of Leamington, and of Brighton. 
Married Sophia, dau. of the Rev. Sir George Stracey, Bart, 
of Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich. Died Mar. 15 1886 at Brighton. 
(Burke, L.G.; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4 th S., 1. 164.) 



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CLARKE [post CLARKE-SOUTHWELL-WANDESFORDE], 
HENRY BUTLER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 2, 1S34. 
[2nd s. of Charles Harward (Butler) and grandson of John, 
Earl of Ormonde.] B. Oct. 3, 1S15, at Southwell, Wandes- 
forde, Ireland. School, Eton. Of Ulcombe Place, Maidstone. 
Died unmarried Mar. iS, 1885. (Burke, P. and B., sub 
Ormonde.) 

CLARKE, HENRY GRAHAME. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 6, 1888. 2nd s. of Charles Granville, clerk, of 
Tunbridge Wells. B. 1867, at Burwash, near Ticehurst, 
Sussex. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 18S8; B.A. 1891. 
2nd Assistant Master at Horsham Grammar School, 1893-5. 
Ord. deacon, 1901; priest (Liverpool) 1902; C of St Catha- 
rine's, Liverpool, 1901-4. C. of St Saviour's, Eastbourne, 
1905-11. C. of Icklesham, Sussex, 1911-12. C. of Heath- 
field, 1912-15; V. there, 1915 — 40. Died at Tadley, Hants., 
Mar. 7, 1941. Brother of Edward R. (1894). (Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford, 1939; The Times, Mar. 10, 194 1 -) 

CLARKE, HENRY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 1, 
1894. 4th s. of Thomas, of Allerton Hall, Wool ton, Liver- 
pool. B. Oct. 28, r875, at Liverpool. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. and B.C. 1904; M.B. 1905; 
M.D. igog. Studied at Heidelberg. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London; House Physician. Assistant Master at 
Win ton House School, Winchester, in 1904-14, and again, 
1919. Served in the Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C). At one 
time Fellow and Junior Demonstrator in Pathology at 
Liverpool University. Member of the Malarial Expedition 
of Liverpool Tropical School to West Africa, 1904. Of 
Brigmerston House, Salisbury. J. P. for Wilts., 1922. Super- 
intendent of the Research Laboratories at the Consumptives 
Hospital, Liverpool. Author, medical. Brother of Ernest J. 
(1897), etc. {Schoolmasters' Directory, 1904; Medical Directory, 
1937; Tox-Davies; Univ. War List; Univ. Pari. Reg., 1934.) 

CLARKE, HENRY JOY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
S. of Henry Joy, physician, of 53, Hall Gate, Doncaster. 
B. June 14, 1882, at Doncaster. School, Epsom, Surrey (Mr 
Smith). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A., M.B. and 
B.C. 1907. At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1905; 
M.D. (Edin.). Died Apr. 19, 1915. Buried at Doncaster. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

CLARKE, HENRY LOWTHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 
1870. Of York. S. of William (1822), clerk. B. Nov. 25, 
1850, at Firbank, Westmorland. [Bapt. Dec. 19, 1850.] 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1870; Scholar, r872; B.A. 
(7th Wrangler) 1874; M.A. 1877; Hon. D.D. 1902. Hon. D.D. 
(Oxford) 1908. Ord. deacon, 1S74; priest (York) 1875; C. of 
St John's, Hull, 1874-6. V. of Hedou, Yorks., 1S76-S2. 
Assistant Master (and House Master) at St Peter's School, 
York, 1883-4. V. of St Martin's, York, 1884-90. V. of 
Dewsbury, 1890-1901. Hon. Canon of Wakefield, 1893- 
1902. V. of Huddersfield, 1901-2. Proctor in Convocation, 
1902-3. Bishop of Melbourne, Australia, 1902. M.A. (Mel- 
bourne) 1903. D.C.L. (Durham) 1908. Archbishop of Mel- 
bourne and Metropolitan of the Province of Victoria, 1905- 
20. Author, Addresses in England and Australia; Moot' 
house Lectures, etc. Died June z^, 1926, at Filkins, Oxon. 
Brother of John (1866) and Joseph J. (1874); father of William 
K. L. (i y 99)- (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; The Times, June 25, 1926.) 

CLARKE, HENRY MILFORD. Adm. at Clare, May n, 1897; 
Exhibitioner. School, Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 
1900; B.C. 1905; M.B. r907. At Guy's Hospital; out-patient 
officer and House Surgeon. Clinical Assistant at Gt Ormonde 
Street Hospital for Children, and the East London Hospital 
for Women and Children, Shad well. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R.A.M.C; mentioned in despatches). Medical 
Officer at H.M. Prison, Reading. Surgeon- Registrar at the 
Royal Berks. Hospital. Medical Officer of Reading Univer- 
sity. Of 45, London Road, Reading, Berks. (Clarke and 
Wheatley). (Medical Directory, 1937.) 

CLARKE, HENRY NEWCOMBE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1892. 
S. of Barnett (Bennett) Michell, stockbroker, of Sydenham 
Hill, London. B. Mar. 21, 1873, at Peckham. School, 
Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. Medical 
Student at Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1900. Died Aug. 14 
(? 21), 1900, aged 27. Brother of Francis W. (1894), etc. 
(Venn, 11. 525; Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

CLARKE, HENRY SIDNEY STANTON. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Sept. 28, 1895. S. of Charles John (1859), clerk, 
deceased, late R. of Wanstrow, Somerset. School, Clifton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1895; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1905. Assistant Master at King's School, Bruton, Somerset, 
1898-1900. Ord. deacon, 1901; priest (Wakefield) 1902; C. 
of Meltham, Yorks., 1901-4 and 1907-10. Chaplain of Wells 
Theological College, 1905-7; Bursar, 1904-5 and 1907-10. 
Precentor and Lecturer of Wakefield Cathedral, 1910-21. 
During the Great War, Chaplain to the Forces, 1917-19. 
R. of Horfield, Bristol, 192 1 -41. Chaplain to the Bristol Royal 



Clarke, James Langton 

Infirmary, 1927-41. Proctor in Convocation, 1928-36. Hon. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Bristol, 1931-41. Hon. Canon of 
Bristol, 1936-41. Died Aug. 7, 1941. Brother of Will. mi s. 
(1887).) Clifton Coll. Reg.; King's Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939; 
The Times, Aug. 9, 1941.) 

CLARKE, HERBERT SYDENHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 7, 1876. S. of Thomas Sydenham, of 46, Harley Street, 
London. [B. May, 1857, at Kingsdown, Kent.] School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Ely) 1882; C. of Cavendish, 
Suffolk, 18S0-5. C. of Gt Yarmouth, 1885-9. C. of Honing- 
ham, Norfolk, 1889-92. R. of Col ton, 1S92-1937. Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, 1897-1925. Of Colton, Windsor Walk, 
Weybndge. Brother of Hilton S. (1868) and Tredway S. 
(1871). (Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, HEWSON. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. io, 1806. 
S. of Thomas, barber. [B. at Maryport, Cumberland. Bapt. 
there Mar. 18, 1787.] Matric. Lent, 1806. Engaged in literary 
work in London. Edited the Scourge, a monthly publication; 
contributed to the Satirist, in which he libelled Byron and 
was satirised by Byron in English Bards and Scotch Re- 
viewers. Author, miscellaneous. Died about the age of 30, 
'seized with madness.' (D.N.B.; R. Welsford, Men of Mark 
Twixt Tyne and Tees, 1.) 

CLARKE, HILTON SYDENHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
11, 1868. Second s. of Thomas Sydenham. B. June 15, 
1850, at Wimbledon, Surrey. School, Haileybury. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1875; 
priest (York) 1876; C. of Eston, Yorks., 1875-7. C. of 
Annesley, Notts., 1878-9. Held various curacies, 1879-94. 
Of Rock Cottage, Middleton, Bakewell, Derbs., in 1928. 
Died there Jan. 2, 1929, aged 7S. Brother of Herbert S. 
(1876), etc. (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 10, 1929.) 

CLARKE, HUGH THOMPSON. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 25, 1890. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Michs. 1890. Served in 
the Great War (Lieut. -Col., Worcs. Regt.; twice mentioned 
in despatches; D.S.O. and Bar). (Univ. War List.) 

CLARKE or CLARK, ISAAC. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Sept. 
17, 1771, as Clark, Isaac. Of Suffolk. Matric. Easter, 1773, 
as Clarke; Scholar. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 13, I777I 
priest, Sept. 23, 1792; C. of Eyke, Suffolk, 1777- R- of 
Bucklesham, 1792-4. 

CLARKE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, May 31, 
1753; Scholar; re-adm. May 31, 1756, and again, Feb. 4, 
1767. S. of Paris, Esq., of Northants. B. at Peterborough. 
School, Peterborough (Mr Mirehouse). Matric. Easter, 1769; 
LL.B. (Lit. Reg.) 1769. Ord. deacon (Bristol, Litt. dun. from 
Peterb.) Dec. 20, 175S; priest (Peterb.) Sept. 21, 1760. R. of 
Northborough, Northants., 1769-94. Died June 30, 1794. 
aged 61. (Scott-Mayor, in. 140; Musgrave, Obit.) 

CLARKE, JAMES ADDISON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 4, 
1829. Of Middlesex. [Perhaps s. of James, of London.] 
Matric. Michs. 1829. [Robert Addison Clarke, s. of James, of 
London, matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, June 26, 
1822, age 16.J Probably brother of Thomas A. (1830). 

CLARKE, JAMES CHARLES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity 
Hall, Oct. 12, 1783. Matric. Michs. 1783; LL.B. 1784. 
[Perhaps previously matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, 
Mar. 22, 1777, age 16, as s. of Thomas, gent., of St John's, 
Co. Hereford.] Ord. deacon (Bristol) Dec. 21, 1786; priest 
(Canterbury) 1789; R. of Colwall, Heref., 1789-1831. Prin- 
cipal Registrar of dio. Hereford. Died 1831, aged 71. (G. 
Mag., 1831, 11. 569; Cant. Act. Bk.; Al. Oxon.) 

CLARKE, JAMES GREVILLE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 13, 
1873. S. of James, publisher. B. Dec. 10, 1854, at Clapham. 
School, Clapham. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 
1880. Partner in the publishing house of James Clarke, Fleet 
Street, London. Of Tupwood Lodge, Caterham Valley. J. P. 
for Suffolk. Editor of the Christian World. Died July 28, 
1901, at Caterham. (Peile, 11. 627.) 

CLARKE, JAMES LANGTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 14, 
1827. Of the West Indies. [2nd s. of Andrew, Esq., of Bel- 
mont, Donegal.] B. in Donegal. Matric. Lent, 1827; B.A. 
1829; M.A. 1833. Previously at Trinity College, Dublin; 
matric. there July 5, 1824, age 22. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. 15, 1830. Called to the Bar, 1835. Practised 
as a Conveyancer. Adm. to the Bar of Victoria, Australia, 
June 7, 1855. Judge of County Courts in Australia; for 
district of Ararat, 1867; for Maryborough till about 1874. 
Died Feb. 16, 1886, aged 85, at Mentone. [To be distin- 
guished from the Rev. James Langton Clarke, M.A. (Dur- 
ham); s. of Anthony James (1810); ord. deacon (Durham) 
1858; priest, 1859; C. of Whitburn, Durham; afterwards of 
Leamington, Warws.; died Nov. 24, 1916, aged 83, at Lea- 
mington.] (T. C. Dale, Middle Temple Adm. Bk.; At 
Boose; Foster, Men at the Bar, where he is wrongly identified 
with the Durham clergyiu.tiij 

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Clarke, James Sanderson 

CLARKE, JAMES SANDERSON. Adm. peas, at St John's, 
June 15 1S39. School, Stamford (Rev. F. Gretton). Of 
Berks. Matnc. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon, 1844; priest (London) 1845; C. of St George s-in-the- 
East, 1844-7. Held other curacies, 1847-58. V. of All 
Saints', Blackheath, Kent, 1858-64. V. of Goudhurst, 1864- 
191 1. Died there May 19, 191 1. aged 90. Father of Kenneth 
(r893). (Records of Rocliesler; Scott, MSS.) 
CLARKE, JAMES SEALY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 
1882. S. of James Samuel, planter. B. Sept. 19, 1863, at 
Apes Hill St Thomas, Barbados. School, Harrison College, 
Barbados (H. Deighton, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1882. Served 
in the Great War (Lieut.-Col., Wilts. Regt.; General Star] 
Officer at the War Office; Brevet Lieut.-Col.). Brother of 
Thomas (1879), etc. (Univ. War List.) 
CLARKE, JAMES STANIER. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 
19 1784. S. of Edward (1748), R. of Busted, Sussex. B. at 
Mahon, Minorca, c. 1765. School, Tonbndge (Mr Knox). 
Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1784. Adm. at Jesus, Oct. 4, 
1804; LL.B. 1805; LL.D. (Lit. Reg.) 1816. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) Feb. 2, 17S9; priest, Dec. 21, 1790; R- of Pres- 
ton-cum-Hove, Sussex, 1790-1834. Naval Chaplain, 1795- 
9. Domestic Chaplain to the Prince of Wales, 1799, and 
Librarian to H.R.H., 1805. R. of Coombe, 1804-8. Canon of 
Windsor, 1808-34. R - of Tillington, 1816. Historiographer 
to the King, 1812. Deputy Clerk of the Closet to the King, 
1816. F.R.S. and K.B. Started, with John McAithur the 
Naval Chronicle, which ran for 20 years. Author, Life of 
Horatio, Viscount Nelson; The Life of James II; Sermons, 
etc. Died Oct. 4, 1834, at Brighton. Brother of Edward D. 
(r7S5). (Cant. Act Bk.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv; D.N.B.) 
CLARKE, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 22 1849. S. of James. B. at Heighanl, Norfolk. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon, 
lS54- priest (Worcester) 1855; Chaplain to Shipston Union, 
1854 C of ldhcote, Warws., 1855. P.C. of Lower Leming- 

,,„,. .,l,.i„,, I.-.V, - l».'-l N"V. I*. ■«". -Wed 57, at 

Lemington House, Moreton-in-the-Marsh. (R. F. Scott. 
The Guardian, Nov. 28, 1888.) 
CLARKE or CLARK, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peter- 
house Dec 2,1754. Of Cumberland. Matric. Easter, 1755, 
as Clark; Scholar; B.A. (7th Wrangler) 1759; M.A. 1762. 
Fellow, 1702. 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 30, 175S ; 
probably re-adm. FelL-Com. Dec. 27. 1760, as Clark, J., of 
London. [Perhaps s. and h. of Charles, Baron of the Ex- 
chequer.] School, (?) Eton. Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 
175.)' B A. 1762; M.A. 1765. V. of St Mary s, Marlborough, 
1765-6. V. of Hungerford, Berks., 1766-92. Died Dec. 20, 
1792. (Eton Coll. Reg.) 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 6, 1765. Of 
Somerset. Matric. Michs. r765; LL.B. 1771. R. of Martle- 
sham, Suffolk. P.C. of BnghtweU, 1S01-. Died May 25, 
1831, aged 82, at Woodbridge. Brother of Thomas E. (1765). 
(G. Mag., 1831, 1. 648.) 
CLARKE JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Apr. 3, 1769- Of 
Sufiolk. Matric. Easter, 1770; LL.B. 1777. Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 7, 1773; priest (Norwich) May 30, 1779) C. 
of Boulge, Suffolk. One of these names Minor Canon of 
Durham, and V. of Billingham, Durham. Perhaps father of 
Lancelot C. (1811). 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Apr 29, 
1783 S of Thomas. B. at Chesterfield, Derbs. School, 
Mackworth (Mr Pickering). Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787. 
One of these names R. of Iken and Tunst.dl with Dunning- 
worth, Suffolk, 1789^)3. (P"le, II. 317.) 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 29) at Magdalene, Apr. 26, 
1-81 S of John, of Leicester. School, Haversham, West- 
morland. Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar; B.A. 1788. Ord. 
priest (London) Mar. 8, 1789- 
CLARKE (post CLARKE. WHITFIELD or WHITFELD) JOHN. 
Organist and choirman of Trinity, i 799-1"°. also Organist 
of St John's College. No record of admission m Tnnity 
Coll Reg. Incorp. Mus.Doc. 1799; fro" 1 Trinity College, 
Dublin. Professor of Music, 1821-36. Matric. (Magdalen 
College, Oxford) Mav 30, 179°. age 22; s. of John, of St 
Mary's Gloucester. Studied Music at Oxford under Dr 
Philip Hayes. Mus.Doc. (Dubl.) 1795- Incorp. at Oxford, 
1810 Organist of Armagh Cathedral, 1794-9. Organist and 
Master of the Choristers at Hereford Cathedral, 1820-32 
Assumed the additional surname of Whitfeld. Musical 
composer, The Crucifixion and the Resurrection (oratorio); 
Cathedral Services and Anthems; glees, songs, etc. Died Feb. 
22 1836 at Holmes, near Hereford. Buned in Hereford 
Cathedral. (Univ. Hist. Reg.. Al. Oxon.; Grove, Dictionary 
oj Musicians) 



Clarke, John Stephenson 

CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 4, 1804. Second 
s. of Thomas Edward (r765), LL.B., R. of Clayhidon, Devon. 
[B. Aug. 24, 1786, at Trimlett, Somefset.] School, Blundell s, 
Tiverton (Mr Richards). Matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 180S; 
M.A. 1S11. R. (and patron) of Clayhidon, Devon, 1814-47- 
P.C. of Dunkeswell, 1814. R. of Chaffcombe, Somerset, 
1S22-47. Died Dec. 24, 1847, aged 61. Brother of Robert P. 
(1807). (Cant. Ad Bk.; G. Mag., 1848, I. 445.) 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity, July 1, 1815; a 'Ten- 
year man.' 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 20, 1832. 

Matric. Michs. 1832. 
CLARKE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1866. S. of 
William (1822), clerk, of Westmorland. B. Jan. 15, 1847, at 
Kendal. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1873. Assistant Master at the Clergy Orphan School, 
Canterbury, 1S70-1. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1870; pnest 
(Lincoln) 1S72; C. of Sutton-on-Sea, Lines., 1872-4. C. of 
Burton Fleming, Yorks., 1875-7. V. of Burton Fleming 
with Fordon, 1877-93. R- ° f Lissington, Lines., 1S93-1900. 
Died there Mar. 28, 1900, aged 53- Brother of Henry L. 
(1870). (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; R. F. Scott.) 
CLARKE, JOHN CHARLES [CHARLES JOHN]. Adm. FeU.- 
Com. (age 18) at Trinity, May 12, 1790. S. of Charles, of 
Addiscombe, Surrey. [B. Oct. 22, 1772, at Croydon.] School, 
Eton (Charles J., of Addiscombe, Surrey; also of Hitchin 
Priory, Herts.). Married Gertrude Florinda Gardiner, of 
Knightsbridge, London. On his death without issue, the 
Addiscombe estate devolved upon his sister, .Anne Millicent, 
whose husband Enlilius Henry Delme assumed the surname of 
Radclifie and eventually sold Addiscombe to the East India 
Company, who founded there a Military College. Died s.p. 
Nov. 6, 1801, in Paris, in consequence of the fall of a scaf- 
folding at the fete of Nov. 9. Buried at Hitchin. (Eton Coll. 
Reg.; Brayley, iv. 11.) 
CLARKE, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 18, 
1890. S. of Thomas. B. Aug. 11, 1S67, in Manchester. 
School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Easter, 1S90; B.A. 
(Mod. and Med. Lang. Trip., 1st Class) 1S94. Previously in 
business with his father; then for a short time at Owens 
College, Manchester. Librarian of Owens College, 1894-5. 
Died May, 1895. (Peile, 11. 758.) 
CLARKE, JOHN MICHELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 20, 
1S42. S. of Thomas, Esq., druggist, of Bodmin, Cornwall. 
Bapt. Sept. 3, r823. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
r842; Scholar; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 1847; 
priest (Lichfield) 1848; C. of Dethick, Derbs., 1847-9- C. of 
Lewisham, Kent, 1850-4. V. of Christ Church, Forest Hill, 
1855-78. R. of Fenny Drayton, Leics., 1878-1905. Resided 
latterlv at Ramsgate. Died there Sept. 28, 1910, aged 87. 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 
CLARKE, JOHN MICHELL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1879. S. of 
William Michell, surgeon, of Clifton, Bristol. B. there Oct. 
29, 1859. Schools, Dr Hudson's and Clifton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.B. 1885; M.A. 1886; M.D. 1892. 
M.R.C.S., 1885. M.R.C.P., 1887. F.R.C.P., 1896. In practice 
at Clifton. Physician to the Bristol General Hospital. Pro- 
fessor of Pathology, Bristol Medical School. President of the 
Bristol Medico-Chirurgical Society. Chairman of the Faculty 
of Medicine, and Professor of Medicine at the University 
College, Bristol. Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of 
Bristol, 1911. Served in theGreat War(Lieut. -Col., R. A.M. C, 
2nd S. General Hospital). Died Apr. 21, 1918. Brother of 
William M. (1883). (Venn, II. 438; Clifton Coll. Reg.) 
CLARKE, JOHN OSWALD ALLEN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1889. Of Devon. S. of Thomas Avery, V*. 
of St George-the-Martyr (Rumworth), Bolton. B. Sept. 1, 
1870, at Westward-Ho! Schools, Church Institute, Bolton, 
and Trent College, Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1889. Ord. 
deacon, 1896; priest (Ballarat) 1897. C. of Nhill, Victoria, 
Australia, 1896-1901. V. of Smythesdale, Australia, 1901-6. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1907. 
CLARKE, JOHN PLOMER. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Christ's, 
Michs. 1797. S. of John Plomer (assumed the sur n a m e of 
Clarke), of Welton Manor, Northants. [B. 1776. Bapt. Aug. 
26, 1776.] School, Rugby. Of Welton Place, near Daventry. 
High Sheriff of Northants., 1814. Verderer of Rockingham 
Forest. Married Anna Maria Charlotte, dau. of Sir John 
Nelthorpe, Bart., of Scawby, Lines., Apr. 16, 1806. Died s.p. 
Mar. 23, 1826, aged 50. (Peile, 11. 343; Burke, L.G., 1936; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.) 
CLARKE, JOHN STEPHENSON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1892. 
4th s. of James Strachan, deceased. B. Aug. 26, r874, at 
Ashwicke Grange, Marshfield, Gloucs. School, Bath College. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900; B.C. 1901; M.B. 
1902. Medical Student at Guy's Hospital, and at St Thomas's 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1901. Served as Medical 
Officer in the South African War, 1901-2; in the Great War 



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Clarke, John Sutherland 

(Capt., R.A.M.C, in France, Egypt and Palestine, 1914-19; 
M.C.). Medical Officer, Weobley Union, Herei. Of VVeobley; 
retired. Married and had issue. Brother of Thomas W. K. 
(1892). (Venn, 11. 525; The Medical Directory, 1937; Burke, 
L.G.) 

CLARKE, JOHN SUTHERLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 22, 1847. S. of Thomas (1S15), barrister-at-law. B. 
May 3, 1828, at Knedlington, near Howden, Yorks. School. 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs, 1847; Scholar ; B . A . (nth 
Wrangler) 1851; M.A. 1856. Died Mar. 21, 1864, at Kned- 
lington. Brother of Eric W, (1845), etc. (Burke, L.G.; 
Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1864, I. 673.) 

CLARKE, JOHN WALROND. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Mar. 6, 1841. 2nd s. of Thomas Edward [of Tremlett House, 
Wellington, Somerset], B. at Chard, Somerset. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1841. In the Army (Capt., 10th 
Hussars). Married Mary, dau. of Sir William Clay, Bart., 
Dec. 16, 1851. Died Mar. 26, 1903. Probably brother of 
Walrond W. (1858). (Burke, P. and B., sub Clay.) 

CLARKE, JOHN WERE. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 20) at Trinity, 
May 3, 1804. S. and h. of Richard Hall, of Bridwell, Devon. 
B. Sept. 20, 17S4. Of Bridwell House, Devon, and Burring- 
ton. J. P. and D.L, Married Frances, dau. of Sir Thomas 
Carew, Bart., of Haccombe, Devon, Sept. 10, i8ro. Died 
Nov. 12, 1847. ased 63, at Bridwell. Brother of Thomas W. 
(1S14). (Burke, L.G., 1936; G. Mag., 1848, 1. 560.) 

CLARKE, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 5, 
1828, as Clark. 6th s. of Sir William, Bart., deceased, late of 
Barry's Court, Co. Cork, Ireland. B. May 22, 1808, at 
Broach, India. School, Warminster (Dr Griffith). Adm. at 
Trinity College, Dublin, Nov. 6, 1826, age 18. Matric. 
Easter, 1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 1831; 
priest (Lichfield and Coventry) 1833. Domestic Chaplain to 
Viscount Dungannon, 1838. Probably P.C. of TrinityChurch, 
Westerham, Kent, 1842-9. R. of Cattistock, Dorset, 185 1- 
60. V. of Frampton, Dorset, 1S55-62. R. of Compton 
Bassett, Wilts., 1862-7S. Married and had issue. Died May 
10, 1878. (Burke, P. and B.; Al. Dubl.; Clergy List.) 

CLARKE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 22, 1833. 
Of Westmorland. Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1S37; M.A. 
1841. Ord. deacon and priest, 1837. C. of Stretford, Lanes., 
c. 1847-50; R. there, 1850-60. Rural Dean of Manchester, 
1854-60. Wrecked in the Orion, passenger steamer between 
Liverpool and Greenock; rescued when nearly exhausted. 
Made collections for a history of the parish of Stretford, 
which were made use of by the Rev. F. R. Raines in his 
History of the Chantries within the County of Lancaster. 
Author, The Wreck of the Orion; Trees of Righteousness. Died 
Feb. 18, i860, aged 49, at Stretford. (Boase; D.N.B.) 

CLARKE, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 
1840. Of Notts. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1885. 
Ord. deacon, 1844; priest (Ripon) 1845; C. of Sowerby 
Bridge, Yorks., 1844-6. C. of St Margaret's, Leicester, 1846- 
8. C. of Leyton, Essex, 1848-58. C. of St Mary's, Woodford, 
1858-73. V. of EUng, Hants., 1S85-97. Died there Aug. 19, 
1897, aged 78. (Crockford; The Times, Aug. 21, 1897.) 

CLARKE, JOSEPH BUTTERWORTH BULMER. Adm. pens, 
(age 24) at Trinity, Mar. 28, 1S21. S. of Adam [Wesleyan 
Methodist minister]. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 182 1; 
B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. C. of Frome. P.C. of St Matthew's, 
Liverpool, 1830. R. of West Bagborough, Somerset, 1837- 
55. Preb. of Wells, 1845-55. Rural Dean. Author, Sermons, 
etc.; assisted in the writing of his father's memoir. Died 
Feb. 7, 1855, at Nice. (Boase, iv. Suppl.; G. Mag., 1855, 1. 
435-) 

CLARKE, JOSEPH JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1874, as Clark, but apparently did not reside. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1874. [S. of William (1822).] B. 
June 27, 1855, at Firbank, Westmorland. Schools, Sedbergh 
and Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 1875; 
B.A. 1879; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Man- 
chester) 1882; C. of St Paul's, Preston, Suffolk, 1881-3. 
Held other curacies, 1884-7. V. of Selside, Westmorland, 
1887-1924. Lie. pr., dio. Carlisle, 1926-. Lived latterly 
at Grange -over- Sands. Died there June 15, 1936, aged 80. 
Brother of Henry L. (r87o) and John (1866). (Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford.) 

CLARKE, KENNETH. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 20, 1893. 
4th s. of James Sanderson (1839), V. of Goudhurst, Kent. B. 
there May 4, 1874. Schools, Cranbrook Grammar (Dr 
Crowden) and Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; 
M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1897; priest (Rochester) 1898; C. of 
Sydenham, Kent, 1897-1901. Domestic Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Rochester, 1901-4. V. of Lingfield, Surrey, 1904- 
10. V. of St Mark's, Lewisham, 1910-19. Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Chichester, 1920. V. of Bognor, Sussex, 1923-35. 
Proctor in Convocation, 1924. Rural Dean of Selsey, 1926- 
35. Preb. of Chichester, 1931-9-. V. of Stonegate, Tun- 
bridge Wells, 1935-. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 



Clarke, Nathaniel Richard 

CLARKE. LANCELOT CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar 

manuel, June 10, 1811. Of Durham. S. of John, clerk, of 
Durham [minor canon and V. of Billingbam]. School, 
Durham. Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1816. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) Sept. 21, 1816; priest, Sept. T9, 1818. P.C. of 
W : olviston, Durham, 1823-64. Author, /J Brief Illustration >-f 
the Morning Service. Died Dec. 30, 1864, aged 71, at Wol 
vision. (G. Mag., 1865, 1. 250.) 

CLARKE, LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 10, 1892. 
B. Oct. 9, 1874. School, Oakham. Matric. Mich-; 
Athletics 'blue,' 1S93. Solicitor; of Brighton. (Oakham Sch. 
Reg.) 

CLARKE, LEONCE LOUIS DESIRE. Adm. pens, (age 37) at 
St John's, July 8, 1852. *Of foreign parts.' Matric. Michs. 
1852, Perhaps father of Robert D. L. (1865). 

CLARKE, LEWIS ALEXANDER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1884. 
Of Australia. 2nd s. of Joseph, Esq., of Mandeville Hall, 
Toorak, near Melbourne, Victoria. B. May 4, 1864. Matric. 
Michs. 1884. (Burke, Col. Gentry, 1. 21.) 

CLARKE, LEWIS LYLE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
July r, 1869. S. of George, Esq., of Boston Lodge, Little 
Ealing, London. Matric. Michs. 1869. 

CLARKE, LIONEL WILLIAM. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
2nd s. of Edward Lionel, of 5, Ladbrooke Square, London, \\ . 
B. Jan. 31, 1874, at 55, Lansdowne Road, Notting Hill, 
London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. 
Adm. Solicitor, 1899; practised in London. Died Feb. 1901. 

CLARKE, LOFTUS LONGUEVILLE TOTTENHAM. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity Hall, June 17, 181 1. [S. and h. of Thomas 
Brooke, D.D. (? Lambeth) and M.A. (Dubl.), of Greenwich 
Park, London, R. of Inishmacsaint, Clogher, Ireland.] 
Scholar, 1812; matric. Lent, 1813; B.A. i8r6; M.A. r8i9- 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. n, 1811, age 17, as 'only s. of 
the Rev. Dr Thomas Brooke, of Greenwich, Kent.' Called to 
the Bar, 18 19. Barrister at Law of the Supreme Court of 
Calcutta. Died Apr. 24, r863. (Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court; 
G. Mag., 1863, 11. 244.) 

CLARKE, LOUIS COLVILLE GRAY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1899. fiothj s. of Stephenson, Esq., of Croydon Lodge, 
Croydon, Surrey [and Agnes Maria Bridger]. Matric, as 
L. Colvill Grey, Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1920. Fellow, 
1929. F.S.A. Curator of the Museum of Archaeology and 
Ethnology, 1922-37. Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, 
1 937~9~- Travelled widely in Central and Southern America, 
in Abyssinia and other parts of Africa; excavated in New 
Mexico, Hungary and elsewhere. President, Cambridge 
Antiquarian Society, 1927-9 and 1938. Hon, Fellow of 
Society of Archaeological and Historical Arts of Hungary. 
Order of Merit of Hungary. Author, archaeological. Of 
Leckhampton House, Cambridge. (Who's Who, 1939; Univ. 
Cat., 193S-9.) 

CLARKE, NATHANIEL GARNETT. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Mar. 17, 1837. S. and h. of Nathaniel Richard (1804), 
barrister, of London. B. Feb. 14, r8r8. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1837; Scholar, r838. Died July 5, 1839, aged 
21, at Handsworth. (T. A. Walker, 457; G. Mag., 1839, 11. 
327; Burke, L.G.) 

CLARKE, NATHANIEL GOODING. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Caius, Apr. r2, 1773. S. and h. of Richard, ironmonger, of 
Attleborough, Norfolk. B. there r756. Schools, N. Walsham 
(Mr Jones) and Norwich (Mr Leman). Scholar, 1773-80; 
matric. Easter, 1775; B.A. (ij>th Wrangler) 1777; M.A. 1780. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 6, r777. Called to the Bar, 
1780. Bencher, 1808. K.C., 1808. Recorder of Walsall. 
Chief Justice of Brecon and Carmarthen, South Wales (an 
office subsequently abolished). Married Constance Elizabeth, 
dau. of Anthony Stephenson, Esq., of Derby, and widow of 
James Sbuttleworth Holden, Feb. 17, 1783. Died July 24, 
1833. M.I. at Handsworth. Father of the next and Anthony 
J. (1S10). (Venn, 11. 92.) 

CLARKE, NATHANIEL RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Apr. 16, 1804. S. and h. of Nathaniel Gooding 
(above), of Duffield, Derbs. [of Handsworth, Staffs., K.C., s« 
Peile, 11. 355]. B, May ri, 17S5, at Duffield. School, Ash- 
bourne (Mr Belcher). Matric. Michs. 1804; Scholar, 1807; 
B.A. (nth Wrangler) 180S; M.A. (Christ's) 1811. Fellow of 
Christ's, 1808-10. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June r8, 
1804. Called to the Bar, i8rr. Of Handsworth, Staffs. 
Serjeant-at-law, 1843. Recorder of Lincoln, Northampton, 
Newark and Walsall. Judge (under Small Debts Act) for 
Dudley and Wolverhampton, 1847-59. J. P. and 1 1 
Stafford, Derby and Warwick. Married Anna Maria Fuhr- 
mann, dau. of Thomas Garnett, of Nantwich, Cheshire, 1814. 
Died July 31, 1859, aged 74, at Wolverhampton. Brother of 
Anthony J. (1810) and father of Nathaniel G. (1837). {Peile, 
"• 3551 G. Mag., 1859, 11. 316; Boase.) 



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Clarke, Sir Percival 

CLARKE, Sir PERCIVAL, see CLARKE, EDWARD PERC1VAL 

(1890). 

CLARKE. PERCY AMELIUS LOVELL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Aus. I, 1891. S. of Lewis, clerk. B. Feb. 2, 1872, at Bridge, 
Kent. Schools, Cranbrook Grammar and Dover College 
Matric. Michs. 1891: B.A. 1894; M.A. 1922. Ord- deacon and 
priest (Canterbury) 1807; C. of All Saints', Maidstone, 1S97- 
1000. C. of Cranbrook, 1900-5. R- of St Alphege with All 
Saints' and St Mary's, Northgate, Canterbury I905-23- 
Master of Eastbridge Hospital, 1905-23. Six Preacher of 
Canterbury. 1917-24. Rural Dean of Canterbury, 1919-23. 
V.of Faversham, 1923-39-- Rural Dean of Ospnnge, 1923-. 
Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1924-39-- [Peile, "■ 7 68 : ( " ,ck ' 
ford, I939-) 

CLARKE, PERCY CARMICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, July 26, i860. S. of J. J. C, Esq. Maine. 
Michs. i860. Ord. deacon, 1871; pnest (Chichester) 1872 
V of Stapleford, Sussex, 1875-S4. R. of St Michael-at-Plea, 
Norwich, 1886-95. Chaplain at Dinard, 1895-1902. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1903. 

CLARKE, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Oct. 22 1807. 
S of Philip, of Chelsea. Middlesex. B. there. School, Green- 
wich (Mr Burnev). Matric. Michs. 1807; Scholar, 1807-9. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. iS, 1808, as 'of Cams College, 
s. of Sir Philip Houghton Clarke, Bart., late of London, 
deceased.' (Venn, II. 149.} 

CLARKE, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 
30 1868 Of Middlesex. [Perhaps s. of J., of Pembndge 
Villas, Bayswater, London. B. Aug. 1849-] _ S £ h °°l! l , ,p P'"|" 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1868. Perhaps M.R.C.S.; died 1897. 
(Uppingham $ch. Reg.) 

CLARKE, REYNOLD FORSTER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St 
John's, June 21, 1768. S. of John, planter [and Hannah 
Forster]. B. at St Joseph, Barbados. Matnc. Michs 1768; 
Scholar, 1768; B.A. 1772. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 15, 
1772; priest (London) Mar. 7, 1773- 

CLARKE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, May 9, 
1771 S of Richard, of Cocknidge, Stiffs. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. I77H B.A. 1775- R- of Bedale \ forks., 
1782-97. Died Jan. 11, 1797. Father of George F. (1812). 
(Scott, MSS.) 

CLARKE, RICHARD GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peter- 
house, June 23, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1S43. kept four 
terms. 

CLARKE ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Apr. 29, 
1789. S. of Sloughter (1758), lecturer, of Hexham. B there. 
Bapt. May 5, 1771- School, Houghton-le-Spring. Matnc. 
Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1789; B.A. 1793: M.A. 1796. Ord 
deacon (York) July 1. 1798; priest July 21, 17991 C. of 
Warmfield. Yorks., 1798. Succeeded his father in the 
lectureship at Hexham, 1801-24. Mamed Martha, dau. ol 
Charles Shafto. of Hexham. Died in London Buried there 
May 2, 1824. aged 52. (Peile, n. 326; H. M. Wood.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT BOWCHER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Nov 1,1820. S. and h. of Robert Bowcher, Esq., of 
Fldridge'. Barbados. B. 1802. in the Barbados. School, 
Durham (Mr Carr). Matric. Michs. 1821; LL.B1S27. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple. Oct. 28, 1823. Called to the Bar, 1827. 
Solicitor-General of Barbados, 1837-42- Chief Justice of 
Barbados, 1842-74 ; of St Lucia, 1850-9. Knighted, Mar. 20 
1840 for his services in connection with the emancipation of 
the slaves. K.C.B., 1848. Died May 9, 1881, at FJdndge, 
Chislehurst. Kent. Brother of Thomas (1831). (T. C. Dale; 
Boase.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT BROWNE. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 18S5; 
from Ayerst H. 

CLARKE ROBERT COULDWELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 5 1856 S. of Robert Couldwell, Esq., of Skipton, near 
Barnsley, Yorks. B. at Noblethorpe. Bapt. Oct. 25, 1838. 
Matric. "Michs. 1856. Migrated to Pcterhouse, Feb. 3, 1857. 
(T. A. Walker. 513.) 

CLARKE ROBERT DENNISON. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 17, 
1858 S and h. of Robert Dennison. of Manchester. B. 
there Aug 28 1839. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1S62; M.A. 
1S65 Mm .it th.- Middle Temple, Nov. 12, 1861. Called to 
the Bar. 1865. In the Law Lists. 1N97. [Venn, 11. 3391 
Foster. Men at the Bar.) 

CLARKE ROBERT DOUGLAS LEONCE. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 1865. Of Canterbury. [Perhaps s of 
Leonce L. Desire (1852).] Matric. Michs. 1S65; B.A 1869; 
M A 1874. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1S70; priest (Peterb.) 
1871-C ofWillesborough, Kent,l87o-i. Held other curacies. 
1871-8 V of Laxton, Northants., 1S78-80. Wilberforce 



Clarke, Sidney Herbert 

Missioner, 1880-2. V. of Desborough, 1882-7. C. of St 
Matthew's, Leicester, 1888-9. Held other curacies, 1889- 
92. V. of Belgjave with Birstall, Leics., 1892-8. R. of 
Fringford, 1898-1910. R. of Cherington, Gloucs., 1912-19. 
Of Fawley Lodge, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham. Remained 
without cure. Disappears from Crockford 3929. (Corpus 
Christi. Reg. of Members.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 26, 1882. Of Surrey. [S. of Frederick, solicitor, of 14, 
Sussex Square, London. B. Mar. 24, 1851, at Upper Tooting. 
Surrey.] School, The Temple, Brighton, then in the Royal 
Navy" Matric. Lent, 1882; B.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1S85; 
priest (Rochester) 1887; C of Plumstead, Kent, 1885-93- 
Lie. pr., dio. Rochester, 1S93-1905: for Southwark, 1905-36. 
Of 33, Cantwell Road. Shooter's Hill. London. Died Feb. II, 
1936, aged 85. (Crockford: The Times, Feb. 13, 1936.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT FULFORD. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1873. 
S. of Thomas Charles, architect. [B. at Higher Bebington, 
Cheshire. Bapt. June n, 1855. School, Liverpool In- 
stitution.] Migrated to St John's, Feb. 2, 1874; B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1S80. Ord. deacon, i87q; priest (Bath and Wells) 
18S0; C. of Portishead, 1879-81. Held other curacies, 1885- 
1916; retired. Of Brookfield, West Kirby, Cheshire. Died 
Oct. 21, 1935, aged 81. (Crockford; The Eagle.) 

CLARKE. ROBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 5. 
1868. S. of Thomas. B. Oct. 9, 1850, at the Cape of Good 
Hope. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1S72; M.A. and M.B. 1886. 
At St George's Hospital, London; demonstrator there in 
Physiological Chemistry. M.R.C.S., 1876. House Surgeon 
at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow. Demonstrator in 
Anatomy at Glasgow University. Fellow of the Royal 
Medical Chir. Society. Practised at Ramsgate. Resident at 
Warlingham, Surrey, in 191 1; afterwards of Duppas Hill, 
Croydon. Author, medical. Died June 22, 1926, in Paris. 
(Peile, 11. 607; The Times, June 25. 1926.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT NALDER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, 
May 24, 1838. S. and h. of Robert. Esq.. of Red Lion Square, 
London. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated to 
Downing, Jan. 22, 1840; B.A. 1843. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Jan. 22, 1837. Called to the Bar, 1866. Practised 
before the Supreme Court of Melbourne, Australia. Of 
Templestowe, near Melbourne. Died June 28, 1896, at his 
house, The Cedars. Reading. (Peile, II. 462; The Standard, 
June 30, 1896; Scott, MSS.) 

CLARKE, ROBERT PEARSE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 3, 
1807. S. of Thomas Edward (1765), LL.B., R. of Clay Hidon, 
Devon. B. Apr. 12, 1790, at Trimlett, Somerset. School, 
Blunder's, Tiverton (Mr Richards). Matric. Michs. 1807; 
Scholar; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept. 1, 
1814. R. (and patron) of Church Stanton, Devon, 1837-46. 
R. of Cricket St Thomas, Somerset, 1838-46. P.C. of Otter- 
ford, until 1846. Died Jan. 20, 1846, aged 56. Brother of 
John (1S04). (G. Mag., 1846, 1.) 

CLARKE, RODERICK ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1900. S. of Ernest De Radclifie, deputy registrar, 
Supreme Court, Trinidad. B. Sept. 26, 1882, at Port of 
Spain, Trinidad. School, St Mary's College, Port of Spain 
(Rev. W. Carroll). Matric. Michs. 1900. 

CLARKE, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. 2, 1757- Of 
Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1757. 

CLARKE, SAMUEL THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May I, 
1843. Of Westmorland. S. of Samuel, Esq., of Greenbank, 
Hawkshead. B. at Kendal. Bapt. Feb. 16, 1824. Matric. 
Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Chester) 1848; P.C. of Colton, Lanes., 1848-66. Remained 
without cure. Lived at Grange-on-Sands. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1874. (Victoria Co. Hist., Lanes., vm. 386.) 

CLARKE, SEBASTIAN FREDERICK. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 
1878. Matric. Michs. 1878. Died Apr. 29, 1929, at Uckfield. 
(The Times, Apr. 30, 1929.) 

CLARKE, SEPTIMUS JOHN CHILDS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. 1, 1895. S. of Samuel Childs, M.A. (Oxford), V. of 
Tborverton." Devon. B. there Jan. 15, 1876. School, Blun- 
ders, Tiverton (Mr Francis). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 
1899; M.A. 1902. - Ord. deacon, 1900; priest (Southwell), 
1901 ; C. of Nottingham, 1900-3. Minor Canon of St Paul's, 
1903-20. Succentor of St Paul's, 1906-20. Organising 
Secretary for the Mission to Corea, 1908-16; for the Hospital 
Naval Fund, 1911-19. Junior Cardinal, 1911-14; Senior 
Cardinal, 1914-20. Chaplain in the Navy, 1914-19. R. of 
St Columb Major, 1920-39-. Rural Dean of Pydar, 1923-6. 
Hon. Canon of Truro, 1933-. Author, The Public Schools and 
the Navy. (Crockford, 1939-) 

CLARKE, SIDNEY HERBERT. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1897. 
S. of Julius St Thomas, surgeon, of Leicester. B. there May 
19, 1878. Schools, Wvggeston (Rev. J. Went) and Oakham. 



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Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1906; 
M.D. 1910. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
1904. Sometime Medical Officer of the Newport Borough 
Asylum, Prestwich Asylum, and Senior Medical Officer 
of the Leicestershire and Rutland Asylum. Examining 
Medical Officer to the Ministry of Pensions. Of 23, Upper 
Marlborough Road. St Albans. Served in the Great War 
(Capt., R.A.M.C). Assistant Medical Officer at St Albans 
and Mid. Herts. Hospital. Died Mar. 5, 1936, at Longbutts, ■ 
St Albans. Brother of Astlev V. (1889). (Venn, 11. 551 ; The 
Times, Mar. 6, 1936; Medical Who's Who, 1927; Medical 
Directory, 1936.) 

CLARKE, Sir SIMON HOUGHTON, Bart. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mar. 28, 1838. S. and h. of Sir Simon Houghton, 
Bart. B. Apr. 7, 1818. Matric. Michs. 1838. Previously at 
Oxford; matric. (Balliol College) Dec. 16, 1837, age 19. 
Succeeded his father as 10th Bart., Aug. 28, 1832. Died 
unmarried Apr. 28, 1S49, aged 31, at Guernsey. {G.E.C., 1. 
113.) 

CLARKE or CLARK, SLOUGHTER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Pembroke, Mar. 24, 1758. 3rd s. of Henry, merchant, of 
London. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1758, as Clarke; Scholar: 
B.A. 1764. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 22, 1765, as Clarke. 
Lecturer at Hexham, Northumberland, 1776-1801. Died 
there Apr. 22, 1820, aged 79. Father of Robert (1789). 
(H. M. Wood.) 

CLARKE, SPENCER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 11. 
1855. S. of Turner Poulter, of Andover, Hants. B. there 
May 13, 1837. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1855; 
Scholar, 1856; B.A. 1S59; M.A. 1S62. Solicitor, 1862. Super- 
intendent Registrar and Coroner for Hampshire. Practised 
at Whitchurch. Hants. Died Nov 1, 1921, aged 84. Brother 
of Charles B. (1S52). {Record of Old Westminsters.) 

CLARKE, THEOPHILUS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 
23, 1828. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1828; Scholar, 1829; 
Prizeman; B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1835; priest 
York) 1836; C. of Tadcaster, 1835-7, and again, 1856-69; 
V. there, 1869-91. C. of South Molton, 1837-53. Head 
Master of Bodmin Grammar School, 1853-6. Died July 24, 
1893, aged 82, at Tadcaster. (R. F. Scott; The Guardian, 
Aug. 2, 1893.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May n, 
1758. Matric. Michs. 1758. An officer in the Army in 1766 
(Major, Coldstream Guards, 1777); retired by 1779 from the 
Army and lived on his estate at Mellis, Suffolk. A friend 
and correspondent of William J. Temple, the essayist (also 
of Trinity Hall). In a letter (unpublished) to Temple, of 
June 13, 1779, he writes: 'I am now a squire and never 
desire to hear the name Major again.' He is frequently 
mentioned in the Diaries of William J. Temple. (Leonard 
Whibley.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Emmanuel, June 
13, 1760. S. of William (? 1726), clerk, of West Hallam, 
Derbs. B. there 1741. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1760; 
B.A. 1764. Probably succeeded his father as R. of West 
Hallam, 1788-1804. V. of Normanton, Notts. Died Feb. 
1804, aged 61 {sic), at West Hallam. [The suggested identifi- 
cation of the R. of West Hallam, in Al. Cant., Pt I is in- 
correct.] (J. C. Cox, Churches of Derbs., iv. 222; G. Mag. 
1804, 1.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Clare, Feb. 18, 1765. B. 
at Marton, near Gainsborough, Lines. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, 
Lilt. dim. from Ely) Sept. 7, 1773. 

CLARKE or CLARK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Tune 30, 1769. S. of Marmaduke, of Hull. B. there. School, 
Mull (Mr Miller). Matric. Michs. 1769, as Clark. Migrated to 
Clare, Jan. n, 1770; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776; D.D. 1797- 
Fellow of Clare, 1774-85. V. of Kingston-upon-Hull, 1783. 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. at Trinity, Jan. 14, 1774; a 'Ten- 
year man.' 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 4, 1779; 
from Merton College, Oxford. [Probably s. of Edmund, of St 
Clement Danes, London.] Matric. (Merton College) July 3, 
1758, age 18. Matric. Michs. 1779; LL.B. 1780. Probably 
ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 6, 1762; C. of Woodburn, Bucks. 
R. of Carlton, Cambs., 1772-93. R. of St Peter's, Ipswich. 
Married at Iver, Bucks., Miss Hannah Crockley, of Hilling- 
don, Apr. 9, 1772. Died Apr. 9, 1793. {Al. Oxon.; St John's 
Col. Adm., iv.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, Jan. 5, 
1782. Of Middlesex. 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 12, ir r <2. 

S. of , surveyor, of Newington Green. B. in London. 

Ditl not reside. 



Clarke, Thomas Joseph 

CLARKE or CLARK, THOMAS. Adm. pens. at Si 
Aug. 21, 1815. Of Yorks. S. and h. of Willi 
Knedlington, Yorks. B. Nov. 4, 1796. Matric. Michs. 1815J 
B.A. (14/A Wrangler) 1821; M.A. 1824. [In the Registry 
copy of the printed Tripos List the name Clark occurs, but is 
erased.] Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, ]une 21, 1820, as 'Clark, 
Thomas, age 23; M.A. {sic) of St John's Coll.' Called to the 
Bar, 1824. Of Knedlington, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. Married 
Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Eric Rudd, of Thome, York. Claimant 
as heir-general of Barony of Duffus, Aug. 10, 182s. Died 
Aug. 17, 1882. Father of Eric W. (1845), John S. (1847) and 
Thomas S. (1849). (Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 20, 1828. 
Of Notts. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 
21, 1831. 2nd s. of Robert Bowcher, Esq., of Bridgetown, 
Barbados. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1836; M.A. 
1851. Ord. deacon, 1836; priest (Barbados) 1837; C. of St 
John's, Antigua, 1836-7. C. of St Matthias, Barbados, 
1837-9. C. of Christ Church, Barbados, 1839-40- C. of St 
Michael's, Barbados, 1S40-2; R. there, 1S42-98. Rural Dean 
of Bridgetown, 1869-86. Dean of the Cathedral 1886-98. 
Died Jan. n, 1900, aged 90, in Barbados. Buried there in 
the Cathedral. Brother of Robert B. (1820) and father of 
Thomas (1859). {Boose, iv. Suppl;, S.H.A.H.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 11, 1842. 
Matric. Michs. 1842; (Civil Law, 1st Class, 1843-4); B.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon, 1846; priest (Chester) 1847; C. of Bacup, 
1846-8. C. of St Mary's, Sheffield, 1848-50. C. of St George's, 
Sheffield, 1850-4. C. of St George's, Bloomsbury, 1854-6. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Carlisle, 1856. R. of Orrnside, 
Westmorland, 1S56-93. Disappears from Crockford, T894. 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Sept. 
17, 1859. 2nd s. of Thomas (1831), clerk, of Barbados. B. 
there Oct. 1839. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 
1859; Scholar; B.A. 1863. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Man- 
chester) 1864; C. of St Andrew's, Manchester, 1863-G. C. 
of St Anne's, Wandsworth, 1866-9, and again, 1880-1. R. 
of St Paul's, Tobago, 1869-78. C. of Minster, Isle of Thanet, 
1881-4. V. of Brockenhurst, Hants., 1S89-92. Died Aug. 8, 
1892, aged 52. {S.H.A.H.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 1879- 
S. of James Samuel, planter. B, Dec. 23, i860, at St Thomas, 
Barbados. Bapt. Feb. 2, 1861. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 
1883. Brother of Charles P. (1876), etc. 

CLARKE, THOMAS [ADDISON]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 28, 1830. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1830, as T. 
Addison. Probably brother of James A. (1829). 

CLARKE, THOMAS ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of Thomas, of AUerton Hall, Liverpool. B. June 4, 
1871, at Cork. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Of Farran 
House, Farran, Co. Cork, and of the Isle of Brecqhou, 
Channel Isles. Twice married and had issue. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Capt., Roval Inniskilling Fusiliers). 
Brother of William R. (1889), etc. {Fox-Davies; Burke, 
L.G., 1936.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS BENJAMIN. Matric. Non-Coil. May 5, 
1896; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon, 1903; prirst 
(Huron) 1904. R. of All Saints', London, Ontario, Canada, 
1903-14. R. of Christchurch , Bobcaygeon, Ontario, 1914-16. 
With the American Expeditionary Force, 1918-19. Organi- 
sing Secretary of Shaftesbury Homes and the Training Ship 
Arethusa, 1920-4. R. of Loddington, Northants., 1924-39-. 
{Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS BISHOP ANDREWS. Adm. sizar at 
Trinity, Oct. 6, 1887. S. of William, of Wentworth, near 
Rotherham, Yorks. B. there Oct. 5, 1868. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Electrical engineer. Died 
Jan. 9, 1909. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 
6,1765. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1765; LL.Ii. 1772. R. 
of Clavhidon, Devon, 1777-1814. Died Feb. s, 1814, aged 
66. Brother of John (1765); father of Robert P. (1807) and 
John (1804). (G. Mag., 1S14, 1.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Tkiniiv, 
Apr. 24, 1855. S. of Joseph, of York. B. there. School, 
St Peter's, York (Mr Hev). Matric. Mi. h 185 , B.A. 1859; 

M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Chester) 18S9; C. "I ' ' ' 

Southport, 1859-64. V. of St Paul's, South;- 

R. of St Paul's, York, 1873-91. Married, al 1 mi oln, 

I an , dau. of the Rev. C. S. Bird, Chancellor of Lincoln, Oct. 

26, 1859. Died Aug. 26, 1895. lather of Arthur C. (1888), 

Ernest W. (1893), Thomas P. (1887) and probably <- b 

(1885). (G. Mag., 1859, 11.) 



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Clarke, Thomas Kilner 

CLARKE, THOMAS KILNER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 
15, 1863. S. of J. VV., physician, of Huddersfield. B. 1843. 
Scholar; 1863; matric. Lent, 1864; B.A (33rd Wrangler) 
1867; M.A. 1870; M.B. 1872. Studied in Paris and at Guy s 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., .87.. F.R.C.S., 1S72 M.D (Dubl ) 
1873. House Phvsician at the London Fever Hospital. 
Clinical Assistant at the City of London Hospital for Diseases 
of the Chest. Succeeded to his father's practice at Hudders- 
field. Surgeon to the Huddersfield Infirmary. Medical 
Officer to the Post Office and Railway Companies. President 
of the Yorkshire Branch of the British Medical Association; 
of the Huddersfield Medical Society, etc. An excellent general 
practitioner; widely consulted upon chest cases Author, 
medical. Died Feb. 14, 1910, at Huddersfield. (Plan, Ltt.es 
of the Fellows.) 

CLARKE, THOMAS PERCY. Adm. sizar at Trinity Oct. 6, 
1887. S. of Thomas Joseph (1855). R- of St Pauls \ork. 
B. at Southport, Lanes., Apr. 7, 1868. School, St Peter s, 
York (Mr Stephenson). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; 
MA 1S98. Ord. deacon, 1S91; priest (London) 1892; L. 01 
Paddington, 1891-4- Held various curacies, 1S94-1902K. 
of Llanwenarth Ultra, 1902-21. Rural Dean of Aber- 
gavenny, 1919-21. V. of Gt Bedwin, Wilts., 1921-30. Lived 
latterlv at 8, Chessel Avenue, Boscombe. Died July 30. 
1933. Brother of Arthur C. (1S88), etc. [The Times, Aug. 1, 

J933-) 
CLARKE, THOMAS SINCLAIR (ST CLAIR). Adm pens, at 
St John's. July s. 1849. 4th s. of Thomas (1S15) Esq 
barrister-at law', of Knedlington, Yorks B. Feb 3 183I, at 
Howden, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs 1S49; 
B \ i8sv M A. 1856. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 1, 
1854, as'Thos. Sinclair. Called to the Bar, 1S57. Had cham- 
bers in the Temple for many years. Of Knedlington Manor, 
Howden, Yorks. J.P. for the East Riding, Yorks and for 
Northumberland. Died s.p. Aug, 26 1895, aged 64, at 
Knedlington Manor. Brother of Eric W. (1845). etc. (Burke, 
L.G.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 
CLARKE, THOMAS WERE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 9, 
1814 S of Richard Hall [and Mary, dau. of Thomas Were, 
of Burrington]. Matric. Lent, 1815. Died Oct 13, 1820. 
aged 25, at Bridwell House, Devon. Brother of John W. 
(1804). [Peile, 11. 37S; G. Mag.) 
CLARKE, THOMAS WIGSTON KINGLAKE. Adm at Car's, 
Oct 1 1892 3rd s. of James Strachan, deceased. B.Apr. 
17 •' 1873, at Marshfield. Gloucs. School, Bath College. 
Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1892-6; B.A. 
froth Wrangler) 1895; (Mech. Sci. Tnp., 1st Class, 1896). 
Mathematical and Engineering Master at Bedford County 
School, in 189S. Assistant Engineer on the Bakerloo 
Railway. A.M.I.C.E.. 1906. Served in the South African 
War with the Imperial Yeomanry. W^™"^- n i^Va 
of aeroplanes at Kingston-on-Thames (T. WK Clarke and 
Co) 1906-12; the first firm of Aeronautical Engineers 
established in Great Britain. Scientific Officer at the Royal 
Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, 1912-36-. On the 
Council of the Aeronautical Society, .1912-14; a ™ rd .™' h , e 
Bronze Medal, 1932. Lost his sight. 1927, Of Lind'ey 
Farnborough Park, Hants. Married and had issue. Brother 
of John S. (1892). [Venn, 11. 525; Burke, L.G., r937.) 
fl ARKE TREDWAY SYDENHAM. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
July 5. 1871. 3rd s. of Thomas Sydenham, barrister-at-law. 
of Kingsdowne House, near Dover, J.P. and D.L. B. Dec. 
,7 1852 at Wimbledon. School, Haileybury. Matric 
Michs 1871; B.A. and LL.B. 1875; M.A. 1878. Adrm at 
Uncoin's Inn, Nov. 12, .873. Called to the Bar, 1878. 
Brother of Herbert S. (1876) etc. [Venn, 11. 398; Foster, 
Men at the Bar.) 
CLARKE WALROND LUGARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr 26 1887 S. of Walrond Whiner (next), R of Clay- 
hidon" Devon. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 
1891; priest (London) 1893; C. of De Beauvoir Town 
Middlesex, 1891-5. Chaplain (Ecclesiastical Establishment 
in India 1900-22. V. of Burton Hastings and R. of S tret ton 
Basktrvuie, Warws., 1922-6. R. of Blatherwycke, Nor- 
thants., 1926-9. C. of Long Eaton. Derbs., 1920-32. C. oi 
Hertingfordbury, 1932-5. R- of Seaborough, Somerset, 
J935 S Of 42, Brackendale, Potters Bar, Middlesex. (Crock- 
ford, I939-) 
CLARKE WALROND WHITTER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel 
\nr a 1858. S. of T. E„ Esq., of Crediton, Devon. School, 
Rugby Maine. Michs. 185S; B.A. 1862; M.A. .865. Ord. 
deacon 1864; priest (Bath and Wells) 1865; C. of North 
Petherton, Somerset, 1864-8. R. of Clayh.don Devon, 
1870-1917. Died Jan. 2, 19.7. Probably brother of John \\. 
(1841). Father of the above. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 
CLARKE WILLIAM. B.A. 1769, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
from King's, 1769. [s. of Edward, of Newnham Courtney, 
Oxon.l Matric. (Magdalen College, Oxford) Dec. 2,1756, age 
18; B.A. (Oxford) 1760. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 20, 



Clarke, William Henry 

1767; 'late of Magdalen College, Oxford'; priest, Feb. 28, 
1768; Minor Canon of St Paul's, 1767-1820. R. of Orpington, 
Kent 17S2-1820. V. of Willesden, Middlesex, 1 795-1820. 
V. of'Wvrardisburv, Bucks., r8o 3 . Probably R. of Kirlon, 
Notts 1772-1820,'and R. of Gonalston, 1785-1S08. Died 
Dec. 3'. 1S20, aged 82, at Windsor. (Hcnnessy; Al. Oxon., 
Cambridge M.A. not mentioned.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 2, I77i ; Of 
Notts. Matric. Michs. 1771; B.A. 1776. Ord. deacon (\ ork) 
Sept. 24, 1775; 'B.A.' 
CLARKE, WILLIAM (Peterhouse), see CLERKE, WILLIAM 

(1777). 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 15) at St John's, July 2, 
1779 S of Mr Clarke, brewer and brandy merchant of 
Bungay, Suffolk. B. there. Matric. Lent, 1780; Scholar, 
1782° B \ 17S3. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 21, 1783; 
priest, Dec. 19, 1784; C. of Gosbeck and Hermngstone, 
Suffolk, 1783. Perhaps R. of Homersfield with Sandcroft, 
1789-1832. (St John's Coll. Adm.. IV.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, July 3, 1782. B. at 
Hull. Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787; M.A. 1700 Ord 
deacon (York) July 15. 1787; priest, Oct. 11, 1789, B.A ot 
Clare.' Perhaps R. of St Martin's, Chester .1793-5- One 
William Clerk. M.A., of Ubbilee, BucknaU Staffs., late of 
Brockham Green, Betchworth, Surrey, died Nov. 18, 1830, 
aged 67; M.I. in Betchworth Church. (Brayley, IV. 256.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's. Dec. 3, 1822. 
Of Westmorland. B. Nov. 26, 1804, at Strickland KeteL 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1828; B.A. 
1829; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest, 1831. P.C. ot 
Firbank, Westmorland, 1849-68. Died Aug n, 1868. Father 
of John (1866), Henry L. (1870) and Joseph J. (1874)- 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb 21, 1824; 
a 'Ten-year man.' Matric. Lent. 1833; B.D. 1834. Ord. 
deacon. 1815; priest (Chester) 1816. Doubtless PC. of St 
John-the-Less, Chester, 1828-64. Died Oct. 5. 1864, aged 
72, at Moel Don, Rhyl. Father of William H. (1841). (G. 
Mag., 1864, 11. 662; Crockford, i860.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1872. B. at 
Norwich [his father was a representative of the firm ot 
Gurteens. of Haverhill, Essex], B.A. 1876; M.A.1S79. 
Destined for a business career; previously employed as a 
clerk in the office of Messrs W. Eaden I.illey and Co., of 
Market Street, Cambridge. Devoted himself to literary 
work- a contributor to a provincial newspaper and to 
magazines. On the staff of the Daily Chronicle; a regular 
contributor to the Spectator and the Economist. A keen 
student of American literature; wrote a cntical estimate of 
Walt Whitman, also a sketch of Mazzim— prefixed to a 
volume of Mazzini's Essays. Died May 9. 1901, at Mostar, 
Herzegovina. (R. F. Scott; Cambridge Indep. Press, May 
17, 1901; Daily Chronicle, May 10, 1901, where he is wrongly 
assigned to St John's.) 
CLARKE WILLIAM. Adm. at Cavendish H., Oct. 1880. 

Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. 
CLARKE WILLIAM BRANWHITE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 

Tan. 13, 1817. Of Suffolk. S. of . B June 2, 1798, at 

East Bergholt. Schools, East Bergholt and Dedham. 
Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Tune 17, 1S21; priest. May 25. 1823; C. of Rams- 
holt, Suffolk. Chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury, 183,. 
Went to Australia in 1839; in charge of King s School, 
Parramatta, also undertaking clerical duty in that district. 
Minister of Campbelltown, 1844-7; of St Thomas sWiL 
loughbv, 1S46-70. Made geological researches in New South 
Wales/discovering gold there in 1841, tin in 1849 and dia- 
monds in 1859. Worked for the development of the valuable 
coalfields in the State. F.G.S., 1826. Murchison Medal, 
1877 F R S 1876. A trustee of the Austrahan Museum 
and a Fellow of St Paul's College. Sydney, 1853- Died July 
17, 1878, at Sydney. (Boose; D.N.B.) 
CLARKE, WILLIAM FAIRLIE. Adm. pens at St John's, 
Tune 16 1894. S. of William Fairlie, M.D., F.R.C.S. (for 
whom see D.N.B.). B. Oct. 17. 1875. in London Schools, 
Leamington College (Dr Wood) and Bedford Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; MA. 1902. Ord. deacon, 
i8q8- priest (Newcastle) 1899; C. of Jesmond, 1898-1903. C. 
of Southsea, 1903-7. V. of St John's, Cheltenham 1907715. 
V of St Andrew's. Watford, 1915-30. R. of HaUaton, Leics., 
1930-7. Rural Dean of Gartree, in 1932-7; reured. Living at 
Malvern Wells, 1939- Brother of Allan J. (1895). (Crockford, 
I939-) 
CLARKE WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Feb I 18-5 B. at Cranbrook, Kent. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric'. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Ord deacon 
(Norwich) June 6, 1830; priest, June 5, 1831 P.C. of St 
Peter's, Gt Yarmouth, 1S33-46. P.C. of Hemngfleet, 

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Clarke, William Henry 

Suffolk, 1846-c. 62. P.C. of Christ Church, Skipton, Yorks., 
1862-83. Died Nov. 25, 1885, aged 85, at Charleton Road, 
Skipton. Father of Francis T. (1861). (List of Carthus.; 
The Guardian, Dec. 2, 1885.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 5, 
1840. S. of William, clerk, of Farndon, Cheshire. B. Apr. 17, 
1822. School, Bedford. Matric. Michs. 1840. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 15, ■ 
1S41. [S. and h. of William (1S24), B.D., P.C. of St John-the- 
Less, Chester.] LL.D. (Canterbury) 1852. Advocate of the 
Supreme Court of Colombo. Adm. at Gray s Inn, June 4, 
1856. Called to the Bar, 1861. Police Magistrate in Ceylon; 
Mate of Queens' College, Cambridge; Student of Civil Law, 
age 33.' {Gray's Inn Adm.; Cant. Act Bk.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, 
1801. S. of William, Esq. B. at Gateshead. School, King s 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1891. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM JAMES, see CLARKE, JAMES WILLIAM. 

CLARKE, Sir WILLIAM JOHN, Bart. Hon. LL.D. 1886. A 
member of the Legislative Council of Victoria, Australia. 
Of Rupertswood, Bourke County, Victoria. A munificent 
supporter of religious and public works in that State. Died 
May 15, 1897, in Melbourne. (Burke, P. and B.. Col. Gentry, 
1. 18.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM KEMP LOWTHER. Adm. pens, at 
Jesus, Oct. 1899. S. of Henry Lowther (T870), clerk. B. 
Dec. 16, 1879. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
Rustat Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1902; Prize- 
man; Theol. Trip., 1st Class, 1904; M.A. 1906; B.D. 1913; 
D.D. 1926. Fellow, 1904-fl. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest 
(Bristol) 1905; C. of Moorfields, Bristol, 1904-6. R. of 
Harlton, Cambs., 1906-S. R. of Cavendish, Suffolk, 1908-15. 
Editorial Secretary of the S.P.C.K., 1915-. C. of All Saints , 
West Dulwich, 1921-39-. Of 193, Rosendale Road, S.E. 
Author, Commentary on Ephesians, etc.. {Crockford, 1939.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM MICHELL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1S83. 
S. of William Michell, surgeon, of Clifton, Bristol. B. there 
Aug. 6, :862. Schools, Manilla Hall, Clifton (Dr Hudson) 
and Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1887; M.A. 
1891. Professor of Modem Languages at Canterbury, New 
Zealand. Died Dec. 1900, at Wellington, N.Z. Brother of 
John M. (1879). {Venn, 11. 462.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 
27, 1878. S. of Benjamin Strettell, D.D. B. Sept. 29, 1859, 
at Southport. Schools, Clithero Grammar and Giggleswick. 
Matric. Michs. 1S78; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1883. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1889; priest, 1891; C. of Whitby, Yorks., 1889-92. 
C. of Aughton, 1892-6. Private Secretary to Marion Craw- 
ford, the novelist, 1898-1900. Private tutor in Mexico, 
1900-1 ; at Moscow, 1901-. Disappears from Crockford, 1898. 
Brother of Benjamin S. (1877). {Peile, II. 662.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM RUDDELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 
27, 1889. S. of Thomas, of Allerton Hall, Liverpool. [B. Mar. 
15, T870, at Cork.] Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1900. Served in the Great War (Capt., The King's (Liver- 
pool) Regt.; retired). Of Trabolgan, Whitegate, Co. Cork. 
J. P. Died July 6, 1937, at Liverpool. Buried at Allerton 
cemetery. Brother of Thomas A. (1889). {Fox-Davies ; 
Burke, L.G., 1936; The Times, July 9, 1937.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM SEFTON. Matric. Non-Coll. Michs. 1887. 
Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 19, 1888. S. of Charles John 
(1859), clerk. B. at Freshwater. Isle of Wight. Schools, 
Clifton College and King's, Bruton, Somerset. B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1907. Adm. Solicitor, Nov. 1894. Member of the firm 
of Clarke and Sons, Bristol. Registrar of the dio. Bristol, and 
Legal Secretary to the Bishop of Bristol, 1906-. Served in 
France during the Great War, 1915-16 (Major, 4th Gloucs. 
Regt.; invalided). Living at Clifton, Bristol, in 1920. Brother 
of Henry S. S. (1895). {Peile, 11. 7391 Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM SHUTTLEWORTH. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 21, 1870. S. of Robert John, clerk. B. at 
Bloxwieh, Staffs. Bapt. Jan. 1, 1851. Matric. Michs. 1870; 
B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1875; C. of Gorsley Gloucs., 1874-5. Held 
various curacies, 1875-83. V. of Welsh Newton and Llan- 
rothal, Heref., 1883-7. V. of Marstow with Pencoyd, 1887- 
1917. Of 5, Highbury Parade, Weston-super-Mare. {Crock- 
ford, 1939) 

CLARKE, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 9, 1829. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1829, as W. St 
Thomas. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 4, 1838. 



Clarkson, John 

CLARKE, WOODTHORPE JOHNSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 9, 1879. S. and h. of Henry, farmer. B. at Binbrook, 
Lines. Bapt. Oct. 18, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 10, 1883, as 's. of II. 
Binbrook, Lines.' Called to the Bar, 1886. Did not practise. 

CLARKE-THORNHILL, WILLIAM CAPEL. Adm. pens. 

21) at Magdalene, July 28, 1881. S. of William Capel, ol 
Rushton Hall, Kettering, Northants. Matric. Michs. 1881. 

CLARKE-WHITFIELD, JOHN, see CLARKE, JOHN. 

CLARKSON, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 26, 
r8 3 5. Of Middlesex. [3rd s. of J., of Islington.) Matric. 
Michs. 1835. Died Oct. 13, 1838, aged 25, at Cambridge. 
{Cambridge Chronicle, Oct. 20, 1838; G. Mag., 1838, II. 563O 

CLARKSON, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Mar. 12, 
1766. Of Yorks. [Doubtless s. of Christopher, of Richmond, 
Yorks.] School, Richmond. Matric. Michs. 1766; Scholar; 
B.A. 1770; M.A. 1776. Head Master of Derby School, 1774- 
93. R. of Langwith, Derbs., 1785-1819. R. of Nantwich 
Cheshire, 1793-1819. Chaplain to the Duke of Leeds. Died 
Mar. 3, 1819. Brother of Christopher (1776). {T.A.Walker, 
328; Derby Sch. Reg.; G. Mag.) 

CLARKSON, ARTHUR TOWNLEY. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. 1, 1872. S. of Townley Lebeg (1828), R. of St James s, 
South Elmham. B. Jan. 28, 1854, at Beyton, Suffolk. 
School, Beccles. Matric. Michs. 1872. Of The Briars 
Oulton Broad, Suffolk. Secretary of the Royal Norfolk and 
Suffolk Yacht Club. {Venn, n. 402; Cox, County Series, 
Suffolk, 1912.) 

CLARKSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
Aug. 28, 1776. S. of Christopher, of Richmond, \ orks. 
School, Derby (Mr Clarkson). Matric. Michs. 1777- Brother 
of Anthony (1766) and probably father of the next. 

CLARKSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 16, 1814. S. of Christopher!? above). B. at Tynemouth, 
Northumberland. School, Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Tate). 
Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823. R. of Elworthy. 
Somerset, 1835-44. R- of Ringsfield, Suffolk, 1845-8. R. of 
Holsworthy, Devon, 1860-70. Lived latterly at 7. Hyde 
Park Terrace, Plymouth. Disappears from Crockford, 1S72 
(ordination not given). 

CLARKSON, ERNEST ROBERT TOWNLEY. Adm. at Selwyn 
H., Oct. 1, 1889. S. and h. of George Arthur (next), clerk. 
B. Apr. 7, 1870. Schools, Brighton College and Tonbridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon 
(London) 1896; C. of St Thomas's, Stepney, London, 1896-8. 
Resigned Holy Orders and studied at the London Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1914. Clinical Assistant at the London 
Hospital. University Demonstrator in Anatomy, 1913-17. 
Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.M.C). Of 43, Queen 
Anne Street, London, W. Author, medical. Editor and part 
author of The Venereal Clinic; joint editor of 7 he British 
Journal of Venereal Diseases. Died May 18, 1939. {Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg. ; Medical Directory, 1937-) 

CLARKSON, GEORGE ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Jesus, Apr. 18, 1833. S. of Townley (1789), clerk, deceased. 
B. at Hinxton, Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1833; Rustat Scholar; 
B.A. {tflh Wrangler) 1837; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon (Ro- 
chester) 1839; priest (Chichester) 1840; C. of Bishopston, 
Gloucs. V. of Amberley with Houghton Chapel, Sussex, 
1840-97. Author, The Appellate peers and the ( rutin! 
Rubrics; Lychgate Notes; Ecclesiastical Courts. Died July iS, 
1897. Buried at Amberley. Brother of Townley L. (1828) 
and father of the above. {Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

CLARKSON, HAROLD COMERFORD. Adm. at King's, Oct. 
24, 1879. S. and h. of Eugene Comerford, Q.C., of Pinner, 
Middlesex. B. i860. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1879; Exhibitioner, 1880; Browne Medallist, i88i;B.A. 1883. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 21, 1S81. Called to the Bar, 
1885. Went to Florida, U.S.A. and settled at Palmetto. 
Planter and orange grower there. Died Mar. 25, 1920, at 
Tampa, Florida. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CLARKSON, HERBERT [GREEN.] Adm. at Clare, June 14, 
T884. S. of W., of St Michael's, Liverpool. B. 1863. School. 
Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1884. Served in the South 
African War (3rd Batt., South Lanes. Regt.). Of Wannock, 
Polegate, Sussex. {Malvern Coll. Reg., ed. 1925.) 

CLARKSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Sept. 19, 
1800. S. of Thomas, of Brackenthwaite, Lanes. School. 
Hawkshead, Lanes. (Mr Bowman). Matric. Michs. 1801; 
Scholar, 1802; B.A. (4/* Wrangler) 1805; M.A. 1808. F-llow, 
1806. Ord. deacon (Bristol) June 16, 1810; priest, Apr. 6, 
1811. V. of Roxton with Gt Barford, Beds., 1817-47. Died 
Mar. 16, 1847, aged 68, at 1 it Harford. Father of John G. 
1 and Lewis F. (1H42). (G. Ma ? ., 1847, " 



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Clarkson, John Cowper Addison 

CLARKSON, JOHN COWPER ADDISON. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
May 10, 1848. S. of Isaac, V. of Wednesbury, Staffs. B. 
there 1829. School, Brewood (Rev. H. B. Mason). Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 185s. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1852; priest, 1853; C. of Rugeley, Staffs., c. 1853-5. Held 
other curacies, 1855-60. V. of Kirkby Ravensworth, Vorks., 
1860-1. Died May 31, 1861, aged 32. Father of the nest. 
{Venn, 11. 283.) 

CLARKSON, JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. at Caws, Oct. 1, 1879. S. 
of John Cooper (sic) Addison (above), deceased, V. of Kirkby 
HiU, Richmond, Vorks. B. there June 6, i860. Schools, 
Oliver's Mount, Scarborough and Clifton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. In the Durham Artillery Militia 
(Capt., 1894; Col., Durham R.G.A. Militia, 1907). Served in 
the Great War (Lieut.-Col., R.G.A., Reserve of Officers). Of 
Keldhead Hall, Pickering, Vorks. J. P. for North Riding. 
(Venn, 11. 437; Univ. War List.) 

CLARKSON, JOHN GORHAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 1, 
1843. S. of John (1S00), clerk, of Gt Barford, Beds. School, 
Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1843. Migrated to Queens', May, 
1844; B.A. 1847. Of Molesworth rectory, Hunts., in 1901, 
living with his brother, Lewis F. (1842). (Oakham Sell. Reg.) 

CLARKSON, JOHN MAYHEVV. Adm. pens, at Clare, I h t. i\ 
1871. 2nd s. of Thomas (1831), R. of Wyverstone, Suffolk. 
Matric. Michs. 1S71; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester) 1877; priest (St Albans) 1878; C. of West Ham, 
1S77-8. Chaplain in the Navy, 1878; Naval Instructor, 
1879; on the retired list, 1901. R. of Brington with Bythorn 
and Old Weston, Hunts., 1901-12. Died June 16, 1912, aged 
60, at Brington. Brother of Thomas (1869). (Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 

CLARKSON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 24, 
1820. S. of John. B. at Sebergham, Cumberland. School, 
Appleby, Westmorland (Dr Walker). Matric. Michs. 1820; 
B.A. 1825. Died Jan. 23, 1850, aged 48, at Shaw, near 
Oldham. (G. Mag., 1S50, 1. 337.) 

CLARKSON, LEWIS FURNELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 2S, 1842. [S. of John (1800), clerk, of Gt Barford, Beds.] 
School, Oakham. Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar, 1843; B.A. 
1846; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest (Oxford) 1S48; 
C. of Woolstone, Bucks., 1847-9. C. of Stanford Rivers, 
Essex, 1849-54. R. of Molesworth, Hunts,, 1854-1901. 
Rural Dean of Kimbolton, 1891. Died Oct. 6, 1901. Brother 
of John G. (1843). (Oakham Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1901.) 

CLARKSON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 4, 
1799. S. and h. of Edmund, of Kirkham, Lanes. B. there 
Feb. 18, 1781. Schools, Kirkham (MrThrelfall) and Witham, 
Essex (Mr Jackson). Matric. Michs. 1799. Migrated to 
Sidney, Dec. 23, 1799; Scholar, 1800. (St John's Coll, Adm,, 

IV.) 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 
22, 1779. S. of William, clerk, of Wisbech, Cambs., and 
Master of the Wisbech Grammar School. B. Mar. 26 [or 28), 
1760. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1779; Scholar, 17S0; 
Prizeman; B.A. 1783; M.A. 1786. Ord. deacon (Winchester, 
Lnt. dim. from London) June 23, 1783. Did not take Priest's 
Orders; later refused any title except as a layman. Domestic 
Chaplain to the Earl of Portmore, 17S5. Awarded first prize 
for his Essay Against Slavery; recalled to Cambridge to read 
it at the Commencement in 17S5. On his return journey 
to London, when coming in sight of Wade's Mill in Hert- 
fordshire, he dismounted and sat down by the roadside to 
ponder the contents of his Essay. There and then determined 
to devote himself to the abolition of the Slave Trade and 
thenceforth gave up his time and energies to the movement, 
spending in the effort most of his private fortune. Made the 
acquaintance of Wilberforce, who became interested in the 
movement and subsequently raised the matter in the House 
of Commons. Travelled ah* over England collecting evidence 
as to the cruelty of the traffic and enlisting public sympathy; 
went to Paris to gain the support of the French Government, 
1789-99 and visited the Czar, 1818. A Vice-President of the 
Anti-Slavery Society. His name, with that of Wilberforce, 
permanently associated with the abolition of the slave 
trade. Granted the freedom of London, 1839. Lived latterly 
at Playford Hall, near Ipswich, as a gentleman farmer. A 
road at Cambridge is named after him. Married Catherine, 
dau. of Robert Buck, of Newton, Suffolk, Jan. 19, 1796. 
Author, History oj the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of 
the Abolition oj th* Slave Trade by the British Parliament; 
A Mi tnoit oj II illiam Penn; Numerous pamphlets and tracts. 
Died Sept. 26, 1846, at Playford Hall. Buried at Playford. 
A monument was erected to his memory on the hill above 
Wade's Mill. Father of Thomas (1813). (St John's Coll. 
Adm., iv; D.N.B.) 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 23, 1812. 
Of Lanes. [S. of Thomas, R. of Heysham, Lanes. B. there.] 
School, Uppingham (Mr Bull). Matrir. Michs. 1812; Scholar; 
B.A. r8i6. Ord. deacon (York) Ant;. 3, 1S17; priest, Dec. 20, 



Clatworthy, Hugh Edward 

1818; C. of Burnsall. Probably R. of Hevsham, Lanes., 
1819-24. Died 1S24. Perhaps father of Thomas (1831). 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 
6, 1813. S. of Thomas (1779). clerk. B. at Barton, Westmor- 
land. School, Bury, Suffolk (Mr Malkin). Matric. Michs. 
1814. Migrated to Peterhouse, Apr. 26, 1816; B.A. 1818. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 1, 1816. Called to the 
Bar, 1825, as 's. and h. of Thomas, Esq., of Playford, 
Suffolk.' On the Northern Circuit. Special Pleader. A 
Magistrate of the Thames Police Court, London. Married 
Mary, dau. of John Clarkson, R.N., sometime Governor of 
Sierra Leone. Died Mar. 9, 1837, being thrown from his 
carriage. Father of Thomas (1850). (T. A. Walker, 394, 
and MSS. iXotes; G. Mag., 1S37, 1. 443.) 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 22, 1831. 
[Perhapss. of Thomas (1812).] B. at Warton, Lanes. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar, 1836; B.A. 1837; 
M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest (Ely) 1841. C. of 
Somersham, Hunts., c. 1846-9. R. of Chellesworth, Suffolk, 
1849-52. R. of Chillenden, Kent, 1852-5. R. of Wyverstone, 
Suffolk, 1855-82. Donor of a large collection of fossils to 
Ipswich Museum. Died July 22, 1882. Father of Thomas 
(1869) and of John M. (1871). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 10) at Trinity, Feb. 
25, 1850. S. and h. of Thomas (1S13). B. in London. [Bapt. 
Sept. 27, 1831, at Playford, Suffolk.] School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1850. Migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 7, 1851. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 15, 1862, 'age 31, of Peter- 
house, only s. of the late Thomas Clarkson, barrister-at-Iaw 
and magistrate of the Thames Police Court'; no call. Died 
s.p. May 23, 1872. (T. A. Walker, 502; T. C. Dale, Inner 
Temple Adm. Bk.) 

CLARKSON, THOMAS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 1869. S. and h. 
of Thomas (1S31), clerk, of Wyverstone, Suffolk. B. 1849. 
Matric. Michs. 1869; Exhibitioner; Prizeman; B.A. (14th 
Wrangler) 1873; M.A. 1876. Fellow, 1875. Assistant Master 
at Tonbridge School, 1874-5. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 
14, 1874. Called to the Bar, 1877. Practised in London, 
1877-83. At the Lancaster Chancery Court, 1883-191S. Of 
Orchard House, Ellesmere Park, Eccles, Lanes. Joint author 
of Conveyancing and Laic of Property Act. Died Aug. 13, 
T918, aged 69, at Eccles. Brother of John M. (1871). (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

CLARKSON, TOWNLEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 9, 1789. 

Of Lanes. S. of , clerk, deceased. Scholar, T789; matric. 

Michs. 1790; B.A. 1794; M.A. 1798. Fellow, 1798-1807. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) June 15, 1794; priest, June 4, 1803; C. of 
Cotnberton, Cambs., 1S04. V. of Hinxton, 1805-25. V. of 
Swavesey, 1806-33. J-P- for Cambs. P.C. of St Andrew's, 
Cambridge, 1814. R. of Acton Scott, Salop, 1825-33. R- of 
Beyton Suffolk, 1830-3. Married Sarah, dau. of J. Dabbs, of 
Seckington, Warws. Died Jan. 27, 1833. Father of the next 
and George A. (1833). (A. Gray; G. Mag., T833, 1. 2S2; 
Scott, MSS.) 

CLARKSON, TOWNLEY LEBEG. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 
9, 1828. S. of Townley (above), clerk, C. of Hinxton, Cambs. 
B. July 27, 1809. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1828; 
Tancred Student, 1828; B.A. 1S32; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 1832; priest (Norwich) Oct. 6, 1833. Suc- 
ceded his father as R. of Beyton, Suffolk, 1833-55. R. of 
St James's, South Elmham, 1855-77. Author, Sermon. Died 
Aug. is, 1877. Brother of George A. (1833) and father of 
Arthur T. (1872). (Peile, 11. 430; Felsted Sch. Reg.) 

CLARRYVINCE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, Dec. 14, 
1805. S. of John, farmer, of Fordham, Essex. B.atYeldham. 
Schools, Cavendish (Mr Seabrook) and Linton (Mr Okes). 
Matric. Micas. 1S06; Prizeman, 1S09; B.A. 1810; M.A. 1813. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) June 24, 1810; priest (Norwich) Dec. 12, 
1819; C. of Pampisford, Cambs., 1810. Master at Colchester 
School. Head Master of Woodbridge School, Suffolk, 1815- 
22; resigned. He was blamed for neglect of 'free boys' — 
placing them at other schools in Woodbridge. P.C. of 
Pontesbright, Essex, 1824-66; successor instituted, 1866. 
Not in Crockford, 1868. Married Miss T. Syer, of Camden 
Town Nov. 4, 1816. (Venn, 11. 146; Victoria Co. Hist., 
Suffolk, 11.) 

CLASE, WILLIAM GARLAND. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 
22, 1847. 2nd s. of William [Lambert], of Plymouth, Devon. 
B. Dec. 18, 1S25, at St Andrew's, Plymouth. School, Henley- 
on-Thames Grammar (Mr C. H. Godley, M.A.). Migrated to 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford; matric. there Nov. 25, 1847, age 22; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1851. (Al. Oxon.) 

CLATWORTHY, HUGH EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1891. Of Gloucs. B. Apr. 10, 1872, at 
Clifton, Bristol. School, King's College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1S95; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, T896; 
priest (Lichfield) 1897; C. of Handsworth, 1896-1907. V. of 
St Peter's, Haudsworth, 1907-16. V. of St James's, Edg- 
baston, 1916-23. R. of Thruxton, Hants., 1923-39-. (Crock- 
ford, 1939 l 



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Clavell, John 

CLAVELL, JOHN (1777), see RICHARDS, JOHN. 

CLAVERING, WILLIAM [ALOYZIUS]. Adm. pens {age 19) at 
Trinity, Feb. 6, 1817. 2nd s. of Sir Thomas, Bart. B. Jan. 
21, 1800, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Miens. 1817; 
B.A. 1821; M.A. 1S25. Succeeded his father as 9th Bart., 
Nov. 18, 1853. Of Axwell Park, Durham. Sheriff of Durham, 
1859. Died unmarried Oct. 8, 1872. (Burke, L.G.) 

CLAXTON, ECROYDE IHLER. Adm. at King's, Oct. 1, 1895. 
S. of Ecroyde, Esq., of Allerton, Liverpool. B. Sept. 12, 
1876. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1S95; Exhi- 
bitioner, 1897; Prizeman; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 
1898; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1902. At Guy's Hospital, London. 
Gold Medallist, 1901. House Surgeon, 1902. In practice at 
Oxton, 1902-3; at Liverpool, 1903-. Of 150, Stanley Road, 
Bootle, Liverpool. Author, medical. {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Medical Directory, 1939; Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

CLAXTON, HUGH ALBERT. Adm. at Cavendish H., 1882. 
Matric. Lent, 1S82; B.A. 1884; M.A. 18S8. Ord. deacon, 
1885; priest (Ripon) 18S7; C. of Batley, Yorks., 1885-90. 
V. of Gildersome, Yorks., 1890-5. V. of Riddlesden, 1895-7. 
C. of Bungay, Suffolk, 1897-1900. C. of St James's, Ratcliffe, 
London, 1900-10. Died 1910. (Crockford; Ridley Hall List.) 

CLAXTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Nov. i, 1757- 
Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1759. A lifelong friend of 
William J. Temple, the essayist, who was also a scholar of 
Trinity Hall (1759), and an intimate friend of Bosweil. 
There are many references to him in the Diaries of W. J. 
Temple (ed. L. Bettany) also in BoswelPs Letters {Ishatn 
Papers). In one letter (Apr. 4, 1775) Bosweil mentions having 
borrowed a wig and gown from him, which seems to indicate 
that he was a barrister. Lived at Shirley, near Croydon, 
Surrey. F.S.A. 'A very learned and respectable gentleman.' 
Died Mar. 4, 1811, at'Bath. (Leonard Whibley; G. Mag., 
1811, 1. 492.) 

CLAXTON, JOSEPH DICKSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 
27, 1845. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1S53. Ord. 
deacon (Chester) 1852; priest (Lichfield) 1853; C. of Butterton, 
Staffs., 1852-5. C. of St Barnabas, Kensington, 1855-7. V. 
(and patron) of St Philip's, Earls Court Road, London, 1857- 
77. Died Mar. 12, 1877, aged 48, at Sandgate, Kent. (Hen- 
nessy.) 

CLAXTON, JOSIAH ARTHUR. Adm. scholar at Queens', 
Michs. 1892. S. of Josiah Dover. B. Apr. 11, 1S73, at Peck- 
ham, London. School, St Olave's, Southwark. Matric. Michs. 
1892; Scholar, 1893; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1905. Assistant Master 
at St Lawrence College, Ramsgate, 1901. Head Master of 
Doncaster Grammar School, 1901-33. Ord. deacon, 1933; 
priest (Sheffield) 1934; C. of Kirk Bramwith with Barnby 
Dun, T933-5. V. of Barnby Dun, 1935-6. Died June 16, 
1936. Buried at Doncaster. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932- 
3; Crockford, 1936; The Times, June 18, 1936.) 

CLAY, ARTHUR LLOYD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 6. 
i860. Of London. S. of Richard, printer. Bapt. June 14. 
1842. School, Cholmeley Grammar, Highgate. Matric- 
Michs. i860. Entered the Indian Civil Service, 1861. Assis- 
tant Magistrate and Collector in Bengal; afterwards Joint 
Magistrate and Collector. Deputy Commissioner and District 
and Sessions Judge in Assam, 1874-7; Magistrate and 
Collector, 1879; at Bakarganj, 1886; retired, 1890. Resided 
for some years at Newton Hall, Cambs. Married and had 
issue. Author, Leaves from a Diary in Lower Bengal. Died 
Aug. 7, 1903, at Brunnen, Switzerland. (Scott, MSS.; 
The Eagle.) 

CLAY, ARTHUR TEMPLE FELIX. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, i860. 3rd s. of Sir William, Bart., of Fulwell Lodge, 
Twickenham, Middlesex. B. Dec. 9, 1842, in London. School, 
Wellesley House, London. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 4, 1863. Called to the Bar, 
1867. Succeeded his brother, Sir George, as 4th Bart., 
June 30, 1878. J. P. for Surrey and London. A student of 
economics. As an artist, exhibited regularly at the Royal 
Academy, the New Gallery, etc., chiefly subject pictures and 
portraits; painted 'The Court of Criminal Appeal' at the 
Law Courts; 'The Yeoman of the Guard,' at the London 
Museum and portraits in other public buildings. Of 19, 
Hyde Park Gate, London, and of Ardmeallie, Banff, N.B. 
Author, Syndicalism and Labour, etc. Edited M. Leroy- 
Beaulieu's work on Collectii>ism. Died Mar. iS, 1928, aged 
85, in London. Father of George F. N. (1890) and William T. 
(1889). (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Mar. 20, 1928.) 

CLAY, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 10, 
1780. S. of William, attorney-at-law. B. at Southwell, 
Notts. School, Southwell (Mr R. Barrow). Matric. Michs. 
1780; Scholar, 1780; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1787. Fellow, 1784-92. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1786; priest (York) Oct. 14, 
1787; R. of Hockerton, Notts., 1787-1851. R. of East 
Worlington, Devon, 1796-1851. Married Jennetta, dau. of 
the Rev. Castel Sherard, of Huntingdon, Oct. 20, 1791. 



Clay, George. Hollis 

Died Dec. 7, 1851, aged 88, at Torquav. Father of the next 
and Pelham F. (1815). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

CLAY, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 21, 1812. 
S. of Benjamin (above), clerk, of Notts. School, Southwell. 
Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1817. Brother of Pelham F. (1815). 

CLAY, CHARLES FELIX. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 1, 
1880. S. of Charles John (next), of West House, Newnham, 
Cambridge. B. Nov. 5, 1861, at Cambridge. School, Hailev- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1S84; M.A. 1887. Editorof 
the Cambridge Review, 1885-6. Director of R. Clay and 
Sons, Ltd. .printers, London and Bungay. Manager of the 
University Press Publishing House, Fetter Lane, 1886-1925. 
President of the Publishers' Association of Great Britain and 
Ireland, 1923-5. Cambridge Borough Alderman, 1926-39-. 
Master of the Stationers' and Newspaper Makers' Company, 
July, 1938. Of Upton House, Grange Road, Cambridge. 
Author, Secrets of the Sword (translation of Baron de Bazan- 
court). Brother of John (1876). (Who's Who, 1939.) 

CLAY, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 17, 1846. 
S. of Richard J., printer, of Breadstreet Hill, London. B. 
July 2, 1S27. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 
(yd Classic) 1850; M.A. 1853. Partner in the firm of Richard 
Clay and Sons. University Printer, 1854-1894. J. P. for the 
Borough of Cambridge, 1878 ; for the County, 1893. Secretary 
of the Discharged Prisoners Aid Society. Took a keen interest 
in educational matters. Lord of the Manor of Little Shelford. 
Died Jan. 16, 190s, at West House, West Road, Cambridge. 
Buried at Little Shelford. Father of John (1876) and the 
above. [To be distinguished from Charles John Clay (1828- 
iqio), B.A. (Oxford), barrister -at -law, and brother ot 
Joseph S. (1845) J (St Paul's Sch, Reg.; Cambridge Chxmn le, 
Jan. 20, 1905.) 

CLAY, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, Mar. 20, 
1843. S. of Francis Frier (Frere), clerk. B. in Birmingham. 
School, King Edward Free Grammar, Warwick (Dr Jeune). 
Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1866. P.C. of Skerton, 
Lanes., 1848-50. P.C. of St Luke's Chapel, Leamington, 
1853-6. Minister of St Margaret's Chapel, Brighton, 1857-72. 
Author, Commentary on the Song of Solomon. Died July 6, 
1872, aged 49, at Keymer, Sussex. Brother of William F. 
(1841). (Scott, MSS.) 

CLAY, EDWARD KEATINGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 6, 
i860. S. of William Keatinge (1824), minor canon. B.May 
19, 1841, at Ely, Cambs. [Bapt. June 11, 1841.] Schools. 
Merchant Tavlors' and Uppingham. Matric. Michs. i860; 
B.A. 1864. Ord. deacon, 1866; priest (York) 1867; C. of 
Tankersley, 1866-S; of Chalfont St Peter, 1868-70. C. of 
Amersham, 1870-4. V. of Cartmcl, Lanes., 1874-8. Surro- 
gate, dio. Oxford, 1S74-91. V. of Gt Kimble, Bucks., 187S- 
91. Organising Secretary, S.P.G., for Bucks., 1886-91. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools for Aylesbury, 1887-91. Died 
Mar. 15, 1891, at Hastings. Brother of William McK. (1857), 
etc., and father of William K. (1899). (Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

CLAY, FREDERIC HARDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 
1895. S. of John Harden (1866), R. of St Michael's, Tyndall's 
Park, Bristol. B. in London, Oct. 29, 1875. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. iSg8;LL.B. 1908. Solicitor, 
1908. Served in the Great War (Lieut., North Somerset 
Yeomanry and R.A.S.C.). Of Ambleside, Westmorland; in 
the firm of Guscotte, Wadham and Co. (Univ. War List; 
The Law List, 1936.) 

CLAY, GEORGE BERTIE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 16, 
1818. S. of William Waldegrave Pelham, Lieut. -Gen., of 
Burridge Hall, Southwell, Notts. B. at Southwell. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823. (Record of 
Old Westminsters.) 

CLAY, GEORGE FELIX NEVILLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 17, 1S90. [2nd s. of Sir Arthur Temple Felix (i860), 
Bart., of Burrows Lea, Gomshall, Surrey. B. Nov. 24, 1871, 
at Hatfield.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. Of Burnt House, Shere, Guildford, Surrey, and of 
Fulwell Lodge, Twickenham, Middlesex. Architect; articled 
to Basil Champneys, 1893. F.R.I. B.A. Architect to the 
Board of Education, 1904-27. Succeeded his father as 5th 
Bart., Mar. 18, 1928. Married and had issue. Author, 
rn School Buildings; The Origin of the Sense <>/ Beauty. 
Brother of William T. (1889). Died Nov. 11. 1 
England and Wales, xiv; Burke, P. and B., 1936.) 

CLAY, GEORGE HOLLIS. Adm. pens, at Clare, May i< 
S. of William Keatinge (1824), V. of Waterbe a< 
Feb. 28, 1837. School, Marlborough. Matric. Miel^ 
Scholar; B.A. 1861 ; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Durham) i860; 
priest (Carlisle) 1861; C. of Aspatria, Cumberland, 1860-2. 
Held other curacies, 1862-72. R. of Aston, Heref., 1872-87. 
V Of Lcinthall Starkes, 1872-87. C. of Elton, 18-4-S7. 
Editor of the Hereford Diocesan Calendar, 1873-87. Died 
Mav 29, 1887, at Gt Kimble, Bucks. Brother of Edward K. 
(i860), etc. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 



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Clay, Henry 

CLAY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Trinity, Apr. 13, 1844. 
S. and h. of Henry [of Piercefield Park, Monmouthshire]. 
[B. Oct. 4, 1825, at Burton-on-Trent, Staffs.] School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1S51. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 3. 1848, as "s. of Henry, Esq., of Sudbury 
Hall, Derbs.' Name withdrawn, 1857. Of Piercefield Park, 
Chepstow, Mon. J. P. and D.L. Died there Mar. 3, 1921. 
Brother of Joseph S. (1845); father of the next. (Burke, 
L.G.) 

CLAY, HENRY HASTINGS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Jan. 
1884. S. of Henry (above). B. May 30, 1864, at Chepstow, 
Mon. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 18S4. Of Oak Grove, 
Chepstow. J. P. and D.L. for Monmouthshire. High Sheriff, 
1895. Married and had issue. Died July 4, 1943- (Burke, 
L.G.; Kelly, Handbook, 1937.) 

CLAY, HUGH TRAVIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1894. 
S. of Arthur Travis, of Holly Bank, Rastrick, Yorks. B. 
Apr. 19, 1876, at Rastrick. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1902. Manufacturer. Of Holly 
Bank, Rastrick; there in 1929. Brother of Percival T. (1900). 
[Vis. of England and Wales, 1; Fox-Davies.) 

CLAY, ISAAC WHITELEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 
1883. Of York. S. of Isaac, manufacturer. B. at Soothill, 
Hanging Heaton, Yorks. [Bapt. 1865.] School Batley 
Grammar (Mr L. S. Calvert). Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
andLL.B. 1886; M.A. and LL.M. 1890. Adm. Solicitor, 1889; 
practised at Morley, near Leeds. Lived at Longfield House, 
Chidsurll Accidentally killed Apr. 17, 1907, aged 41. (R. F. 
Scott; The Yorkshire Post, Apr. 19, 1907.) 

CLAY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Mar. 22, 1817. S. 
and h. of John Hall (1787), clerk, of Calverton near South- 
well, Notts. B. Nov. 26, 1799. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1817; Scholar; (Civil Law Lists, 1st Class, 1819-20). 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 15, 1820, age 20, as 'only s. of 
John Hall, of Calverton, Notts., clerk.' {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

CLAY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 10, 1822. 3rd s. 
of Joseph. Esq., of Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Lent, 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1836. Fellow. Ord. 
deacon, 1835; priest (Lichfield) 1S36; V. of Stapenhill, Derbs., 
I ^37-75. Disappears from Crockford, 1879. Married Jessie, 
dau. of John Harden, of Brathay Hall. Brother of Joseph 
(1818) and father of John H. (1866). (Burke, L.G.) 

CLAY, JOHN (The Rev.). Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Nov. 5, 1825; a 
'Ten-year man.' 5th s. of Thomas, ship and anchor merchant, 
of Liverpool [and Mary, dau. of Ralph Lowe, tanner, of Liver- 
pool]. B. there May 10, 1796. Matric. Easter, 1834; B.D. 
1836. Previously in a merchant's office. Had mechanical 
genius and invented a chair for invalids suffering from spinal 
complaints and an improved bow and arrow which long bore 
his name. Ord. deacon (Chester) Aug. 11, 1821; priest, Sept. 
22, 1822; Chaplain of Preston gaol, 1823-5S; laboured 
devotedly for the reclamation and reformation of prisoners. 
Issued A nnual Reports which were reprinted in a parlia- 
mentary blue book. Married Henrietta, dau. of Mr Fielding, 
of Myerscough, Mar. n, 1828. Author, Sermons, See 
Memoir, A Prison Chaplain, by his son, the Rev. Walter 
Lowe Clay (1851). Died Nov. 21, 1858. at Leamington. 
(Jewitt, Reliquary, x. 145-6; D.N.D.) 

CLAY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 1876. S. of 
Charles John (1846), printer to the University. B. Jan. 25, 
1858, at Cambridge. Schools, Marlborough and Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Joined his 
father at the University Press, being admitted to partnership, 

1882. On his father's retirement became University Printer, 
or Manager of the Press, 1895-1916. University repre- 
sentative on the Cambridge Town Council, 1910-16. Of 
Bun-ell's Comer, Grange Road, Cambridge. Died Mar. 20, 
1916, at Cambridge. Brother of Charles F. (1880). (The 
rimes, Mar. 21, 1916; The Eagle.) 

CLAY, JOHN GOUGH. Adm, pens, at Trinity Hall, Dec. 12, 
1826. S. and h. of Thomas. B. in London. School, Charter- 
house. Migrated (age 18) to Trinity, Mar. 20, 1827; matric. 
Michs. 1827. Migrated to Jesus College, 1 'xford, Dec. 10, 
1835, age 26; B.A. (Oxford) 1837; M.A. (Oxford) 1840. Ord. 
deacon, 1837; priest (Canterbury, for York) 1838; C. of 
StUIingrleet, Yorks., 1837-40. C. of Brompton, 1840-3. C. 
of Teversal, Notts., 1843-7. Chaplain at Munich, 1852-6; 
at Palermo, 1856-9; .it Messina, 1861-73; at Siena, 1875-8. 
C. of Hinton St Mary, Dorset, 1874-5. C. of Scremby, Lines , 
1878-81. Lived latterly at Spilsby, Lines. Died May 10, 

1883. {At. Oxon.; Crockford, 1883.) 

CLAY, JOHN HALL. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 5, 1787. Of 
Lines. [Probably s. of John, Esq., of Mansfield, Notts., and 
Ann, dau. of Gilbert Hall, R. of Kettlethorpe, Lines.] Matric. 
Michs, 17*7; Scholar, 178S; B.A, 1791; M.A. 1795. Ord. 



Clay, Walter Gorst 

deacon (London) Dec. 30, 1792. V. of Blidworth, Notts., and 
V. of Oxton, i8o6-?24 (the Rev. C. F. Fenwick was in- 
stituted to both livings in 1824.) Father of John (1817). 
(F.M.G., 568; Clergy List, 1841.) 

CLAY, JOHN HARDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 20, 1866. 
S. of John (1822), clerk. B. Sept. 20, 1848, at Stapenhill, 
Derbs. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar, 1870; 
Prizeman; B.A. 1871; (Theol. Trip., 1st Class, 1S72); M.A. 
1874. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of All 
Saints', Maidstone, 1872-5. V. of All Saints', Child's Hill, 
London, 1875-93- R. of St Michael-the-Archangel, Bristol, 
1893-1918. Hon. Canon of Bristol, 1913-23. Resided latterly 
at Ambleside. Died Oct. 31. 1923. Father of Frederic H. 
(1895). {Ike Times, Nov. 3, 1923.) 

CLAY, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 2, 1818. 2nd s. 
of Joseph, Esq., of Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1818; Scholar; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. V. of 
Stapenhill, Derbs. Married Agnes, dau. of General Pinson 
Bonham, of Gt Warley Plat e, Essex. Died Oct. 24, 1839, at 
Cairo, whilst travelling for bis health. Brother of John 
(1*22). {Repton .Sch. Reg.; Berry, Essex Pedigrees; G. Mag., 
1840, 1.) 

CLAY [SPENDER-CLAY], JOSEPH SPENDER. Adm. pens, 
(age iS) at Trinity, May 10, 1845. 2nd s. of Henry, of Sud- 
bury Hall, Derbs. B. 1827, at Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. 
Si hool, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1853. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 23, 1S49; no call. Of Ford 
Manor, Lingfield, Surrey. J. P. for Derbs. Died Nov. 3, 1885. 
Brother of Henry (1844). {Repton Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 
1925.) 

CLAY, KNIGHTLEY MUSGRAVE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Peterhouse, Apr. ii, 1807. Of Middlesex. Matric. Easter, 
1807. Migrated to Emmanuel, May 2, 1808. 

CLAY, PELHAM FELLOWS (FELLOWES). Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, June 27,, 1815. S. of Benjamin (1780), R. of Wor- 
lington, Devon. B. Oct. 15, 1796, at Eggesford, Devon. 
School, Tiverton (Mr Richards). Matric. Lent, 1816, as P. 
Fellowes; Scholar; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon, 
1820; priest (Exeter) 1B21; R. of Eggesford.Devon, 1821-79. 
R. of Chawleigh, 1821-79. Not in Crockford, 1880. Brother 
of Benjamin (1812). 

CLAY, PERCIVAL TRAVIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1900. S. of Arthur Travis, of Holly Bank, Rastrick, Yorks. 
B. there May 6, 1881. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 
igoo. In business; Director of the Firm of Messrs Bever, 
Dorling and Co., Bowling Iron Works, Bradford, of Filey, 
Yorks. J. P. for East Riding. Married and had issue. Brother 
of Hugh T. (1894). {Sedhergh S t h. Reg.; Fox-Danes, ed. 
1920.) 

CLAY, REGINALD STANLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 
3, 1889. S. of Samuel John, accountant, of Finsbury Park, 
London. B. Dec. 28, 1868, at Portsea, Southampton. School, 
Tollington Park College, Hollowav (Mr Brown). Matric. 
Michs. 1889; Scholar, 1892; B.A. (21s/ Wrangler) 1892. 
D.Sc. (London) iqoi. Assistant Master at Mill Hill School, 
1893-6. Head of the Physics Dept., Birkbeck College, 
London, for three years. Principal of Wandsworth Technical 
Institute. 1900-2. Principal of the Northern Polvtechnic, 
Hollowav, 1902-31. Secretary of the Association of Technical 
Institutions, 1907-n. President of the Royal Microscopical 
Society. Married and had issue. Of Eskdale, Fortis Green, 
London, N. Author, Practical Exercises in Light; History of 
the Microscope, etc. [Mill Hill Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directory; Who's Who, 1939.) 

CLAY, ROBERT BROUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 5, 
1823. S. and h. of John, of Whitchurch, Salop. B. there 
Ian. io, 1800. School, Whitchurch (Mr Kent). Matric 
Lent, 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1833. P.C, of C.tlverhall, 
Salop, 1840-6. Died Oct. 15, 1S48, aged 48, at Whitchurch. 
(G. Mag., 1849, 1. 101.) 

CLAY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 6, 1883. S. of 
Henry, commercial traveller. B. May 31, 1865, at 5, Adding- 
ton Road, Bow, Middlesex. School, Grantham Grammar 
(Mr G. G. Hardy). Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. 

CLAY, WALTER GORST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 22, 
1883. S. and h. of Walter Lowe (next), clerk, of Scarborough 
Lawn, Cheltenham, Gloucs. B. Jan. 30, 1866, in London. 
School, Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar, 1884; B.A. 
{Qth Wrangler) 1SS7; M.A. 1891. Adm. at the Inner Temple. 
Called to the Bar, 1892. An active member of the London 
Reform Union and chairman of its finance and organisation 

c oittees. A member of the Alpine Club. Killed, with three 

other Englishmen, Aug. 30, 1904, in an Alpine accident on 
the Grand Paradis Range, Italy. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 



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CLAY, WALTER LOWE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 14, 
1S51. Of Lanes. S. of John (1825), clerk. Matric. Michs. 
1851; Scholar, 1853; B.A. 1855; M.A. 185S; adni. at Oxford, 
Com. causa, 1861. Ord. deacon, 1855; priest (Peterb.) 1856; 
C. of Blisworth, Northants., 1856. Held other curacies, 
1856-67. P.C. of Rainhil), Lanes., 1867-73; retired. Lived 
latterly at Scarborough Lawn, Cheltenham; there in 1876, 
but not in Crockford, 1877. Editor of Essays on Church 
Policy. Author, The Prison Chaplain, A memoir of the Rev. 
John Clay, B.D. (his father); Our Convict Systems, etc. 
Father of the above. 

CLAY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 4, 
1783. S. of Richard, of Oxton, Notts. School, Southwell, 
Notts. (Mr Burrow). Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar, 1787; 
B.A. (12th Wrangler) 1788. Migrated to St John's, Jan. 18, 
1791; M.A. (St John's) 1791; incorp. at Oxford, 1796, from 
Christ Church, age 30. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1789. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Grafton. A Magistrate 
for Notts. Married Ladv Burrell, widow of Sir William 
BurreU, Bart., Mav 23, 1797- Died Oct. 9, 1836, aged 70, at 
Westthorpe, Notts. (.41. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1836, 11. 663; 
Burke, P. and B., sub Burrell.) 

CLAY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 16, 1820. Of 
Warws. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 
1824. Died Sept. 7, 1827, aged 25. (Record of Old West- 
minsters.) 

CLAY, WILLIAM FRENCH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Magdalene, 
June 28, i84t. S. of Francis Frere, clerk, of Birmingham. 
B. Dec. 16, 1821. School, Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 184T; 
B.A. 1858. M.R.C.S. Entered the Indian Medical Service, 
Bombay. Served in the Sikh, or Punjab War, 1848-9; 
retired, 1858. Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man) 1858; C. of 
Lezayre, Isle of Man, 185S-9. Secretary of the C.M.S., 
1861-7. Chaplain at Pau, 1867-9. V. of AH Saints', Bathurst, 
New South Wales, 1870-3. V. of St Leonards, Sydney, 
1873-8. V. of Manby, Sydney, 1878-86. Lived latterly at 
9, Netherwood Road, London, W. Died Nov. 9, 1889, aged 
67, at Clapham. Brother of Edmuud (1S43). (Scott, MSS.; 
The Guardian, Nov. 13, T889.) 

CLAY, WILLIAM KEATING[E]. Adm. sizar (age 27) at Jesus, 
Nov. 12, 1824; a 'Ten-year man'; re-adrn. Jan. 15, r833. 
S. of George. B. 1797, at Cambridge. School, Bury. Matric. 
Lent, 1833; B.D. 1S35. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1823; priest 
(London, Litt. dim. from Rochester) Dec. 19, 1824; C. of 
Greenwich, 1823. C. of Paddington, 1830. C. of Blunham, 
Beds., 1834. Minor Canon of Ely, 1838-54. P.C. of Holy 
Trinity, Ely, 1842-54. V. of Waterbeach, Cambs., 1854-67. 
Antiquary. Married Mary Anne, dau. of Rear-Admiral 
McKinley. Author, The Booh of Common Prayer illustrated; 
An Historical Sketch of the Prayer Book; Histories of the 
Parishes of Waterbeach, Landbeach and Horningsey, Cambs., 
etc. Died Apr. 26, 1867, at Waterbeach. Father of William 
McK. (1857), George H. (1856) and Edward K. (i860). 
(Boose; D.N.B.) 

CLAY, WILLIAM KEATINGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 
rg, r899. S. of Edward Keatinge (1860), clerk. B. Oct. 13, 
1880, at Gt Kimble, Bucks. .Schools, St Leonards-on-Sea 
(Rev. G. G. Williams) and South Eastern College, Ramsgate 
(Rev. F. Tracy). Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 
1930. Ord. deacon, 1906; priest (Worcester) 1907; C. of 
Hartlebury, 1906-n. V. of Russell, Manitoba, iqn-13. 
R. of Maids Moreton, Bucks., 1913-30. R. of Teffont, 
Wilts., 1930-9-. (Crockford, 1939.) 

CLAY, WILLIAM McKINLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 2, 
1857. 2nd s. of William Keatinge (1824), B.D., V. of Water- 
beach, Cambs. B. Sept. r3, 1838, at Ely. School, Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861. Entered the 
I.C.S., i860. Assistant Magistrate and Collector at Pumea, 
1863. Officiating Joint Magistrate, 24 Parganas, 1870. 
Officiating Assistant Commissioner, Darjeeling, 1870; at 
Rangpur, 1871; at Bogra, 1871. In Nattore division, 
Rajshaki, 1874. Officiating Deputy Commissioner of Ward's 
Estates, Patna, 1876. Officiating Magistrate and Collector 
at Backergunge, 1878; at Patna, 1879; at Khulna, 1882; 
retired Sept. 4, 1888. Resident at Alverstoke, Hants., 1911. 
Died there July 7, 1928. Brother of Edward K. (i860), etc. 
(Peile, 11. 553-1 

CLAY, WILLIAM TEMPLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. and h. of Sir Arthur Temple Felix (i860), Bart., of 
Burrows Lea, Gomshall, Surrey. B. June 26, 1870, at Hat- 
field. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1889. Died 
unmarried Apr. 6, 1893, on a voyage from Calcutta. Brother 
of George F. N. (1890). 

CLAYDEN, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mar. 12, 1873. S. of P. W., sub-editor of the Daily News. 
B. Dec. 12, 1855, at Boston. School, University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar, 1875; B.A. 1877; 



Clayton, Augustus Philip 

M.A. 1S80. Science Master at Bath College, 187S. University 
Extension Lecturer, 1887. Principal of University I 
Exeter, 1894-1920; retired. Interested in meteorological 
research; made annual reports to the British Association on 
measurement of cloud altitudes. Of Wellwood, Parkstone, 
Dorset. Author, Cloud Studies, etc. {Peile, 11. 627; Who's 
Who, 1939.) 

CLAYDON, CHARLES BROADBELT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Feb. 8, 1831. S. and h. of Charles. B. at Cambridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, Feb. 9, 1835, as 's. and h. of Charles, Esq., of 
Cambridge.' Called to the Bar, 1838; disbarred, Jan. 24, 
1862. Brother of Henry (1835), etc. 

CLAYDON, EDMUND AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 17, 1847. S. of Charles, butler, of Trinity College. B. 
Apr. 3, 1827, at Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar; 
B.A. (24th Wrangler) 1S51; M.A. 1854. Assistant Master at 
Sedbergh School, 1850-3. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Peterb.) 
1854; C. of Marholm, Northants., 1853-4. Chaplain and 
Senior Master at the Ordnance School, Carshalton, Surrey, 
1853-60. Sometime a private tutor. R. of Luton, Kent, 
1875-88. Through his efforts 'a handsome and commodious 
church ' was built in place of the old one. Died May 9, 1888, 
aged 61. M.I. at Luton (says died May 9, 1885). Brother of 
the next, etc. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; Records of Rochester; The 
Guardian, May 16, 1888.) 

CLAYDON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, July 9, 
1835. S. of Charles, butler, of Trinity College, Cambridge. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. T836; B.A. 184 1; 
M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1843; C. of Staunton-on-Wye, 
Heref., in 1847. Died Mar. 13, 1848. M.I. in the north porch 
of Gt St Mary's, Cambridge. Brother of the above, etc. 
(Venn, II. 233.) 

CLAYFIELD-IRELAND, JAMES, s« IRELAND, JAMES CLAY- 
FIELD. 

CLAYHILLS, GEORGE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1895. S. of 
Thomas, Esq., of Eastmount, Darlington, Durham. B. July 
24, 1877. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1895. 
Entered the Army (E. Lanes. Regt, 1899; Adjutant, 1906; 
Capt., 1908). Served in the South African War, 1901-2; 
(employed with the Mounted Infantry in the Orange Free 
State, including Paardeberg; twice mentioned in despatches; 
D.S.O., 1902). Of Southend, Darlington. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., East Lanes. Regt.). Killed in action, 
Nov. 2, 1914. Brother of the next. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
I (;ii". War List.) 

CLAYHILLS, MURRAY JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. 
S. of Thomas, Esq., of Eastmount, Darlington, Durham. 
B. July 10, 1S79. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Brewer, of Brinktown. near Dar- 
lington. Brother of the above. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

CLAYTON, ALFRED HARE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 1, 
1891. S. of Charles Hoghton, Esq., solicitor, of Hill Side, 
Long Ditton, Surrey. B. Nov. 22, 1873. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st 
Class) 1894. Entered the I.C.S., 1895. Went to Bengal, 
1896; Assistant Magistrate and Collector; Joint Magistrate, 
1904. Chairman of the Chittagong Port Trust, 1915. Com- 
missioner, 1924; retired, 1931. Brother of Edward B. (1900), 
Herbert (1889), Lancelot J. (1898), and Thomas W. (1896). 
(Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; The India Office List, 1937.) 

CLAYTON, ARCHIBALD CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. of Sands. B. Oct. 24, 1867, 
at Bayswater, Middlesex. School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Stockbroker in London. 
Of Chipperneld House, near King's Langley. (Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.) 

CLAYTON, ARTHUR PRESTWOOD. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1875. S. of Samuel Wittenrouge, Esq. B. at 
Eastfield, Ryde, Isle of Wight. School, Ormonde House, 
Ryde. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon, 1879; priest (Winchester) 1880; C. of Bembridge, 
Isle of Wight, 1879. V. of Kilnhurst, Yorks., 1882-8. V. of 
Holy Trinity, Ventnor, 1889-1918. Lived latterly at Kiln- 
hurst, Ventnor. Died June 9, 1933, aged 80, at Portsmouth. 
Brother of Charles F. (1876). (The Times, June 12, 1933.) 

CLAYTON, AUGUSTUS PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
Dec. 12, 1819. 5th s. of Sir William, Bart., of Harleyford, 
near Marlow, Bucks. B. there Oct. n, 1799. School, Eton. 
. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon 
(Bristol) Aug. 28, 1825; priest (Salisbury) Feb. 26, 1826. R. 
of Garveston, Norfolk, 1828-45. Married Georgina Elizabeth, 
dau. of Charles Talbot, Dean of Salisbury, Sept. 4, 1828. 
Purchased Combe Bank, Sevenoaks, in 1846. Died Feb. 2, 
1871, at Maidenhead. Brother of East G. (1812) and Rice R. 
(1816). (Venn, 11. 174.) 



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Clayton, Charles 

CLAYTON, CHARLES. Acta. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Apr. 7. 
1832 S of Robert, fishmonger, of Cambridge. B. there 
I11IV13 1813. School, Perse. Cambridge (Mr Bailey). Matnc. 
Miens. 1832; Scholar, 1833-5; Browne Medal, 1833-4; 
B \ (21$/ Wrangler; Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1836; M.A. 1839; 
Prizeman. Fellow, 1838-66. Hebrew Lecturer, 1842-4. 
Greek Lecturer, 1842-6. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 1837; 
priest (Rochester) 1838; C. of St John's, Chatham Kent, 
1837-45. Secretary of the Pastoral Aid Society, 1845-51- 
Returned to Cambridge as Tutor of the College. V. of Holy 
Trinity, Cambridge, 1S51-65. Hon. Canon of Ripon, 1864- 
83 R of Stanhope, Durham, 1S65-83. Rural Dean, 1880-3. 
Well known in Cambridge for his genial character, and as 
the most prominent ' Evangelical' in the University. Author 
Sermons. Died Oct. r8, r883, at Stanhope. Brother of 
Jonathan P. (1843). [Verm, 11. 218.) 
CLAYTON CHARLES FALK1NGHAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Tesus 'jan. 1, 1876. S. of Samuel Wittenrouge, Esq. B. at 
Eastfield Dover. School, Ormonde House, Ryde, Isle of 
Wight. Matric. Lent, 1876; B.A. 1879; M.A. 18S2 Ord. 
deacon, 1S79; priest (Winchester) 1881; C. of Knights 
Enham, Hants., 1879-82. C. of Kilnhurst, Yorks., iSb 3 -8. 
C of Dinlon, Wilts., 1889-91. Afterwards of Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight, without cure. Disappears from Crockford, 1918-19. 
Brother of Arthur P. (1875). 
CLAYTON, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity 
Mar 31, 1856. S. of Simeon (l8t2), clerk, of Peel Terrace, St 
Helier's, Jersey. B. Apr. 12, 1837, at Boughton Malherbe, 
Kent School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1856, B.A. 
i860; M.A. 1S63. Of Allora, near Warwick, Queensland, 
Australia. Died Sept. 26, 1871. 
CLAYTON [post CLAYTON EAST), EAST GEORGE. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Caius, Apr. 30, .8.2. 2nd s. of Sir William, Bart., 
of Harlevford, Bucks. B. there Apr. 9, 1794- School Eton. 
Scholar 1S12-15; matric. Lent, 1S13; (Civil Law, 1st Class, 
'18.6-17'); LL.B. 1818; LL.D. 1823. Adm. at Lincoln s Inn 
Apr 0.814. Succeeded his uncle, Sir GUbert East Bart 
Dec' 11 1828. Assumed by Royal Licence the additional 
name and arms of East, Apr. 6, 1829. Created Bart. 1838. 
Married Marianne Francis, dau. of Charles Bishop of Sun- 
bury, Middlesex, June 20, l8 I5 . Died Mar. 6, 1851. Father 
of Gilbert E. J. East (1840). Brother of Rice R. (1816), etc. 
[Venn, 11. 159; Burke, P. ami B.) 
CLAYTON EDWARD BELL1S. Adm. at Caius Oct. I, 1900. 
S i of Charles Hoghton, solicitor, of Hillside, Ditton Surrey. 
B Nov - 1882, afRydaV Surb,t,„, Hill Park, Surbiton 
Schools! Hurst Court, near Hastings (Mr Lloyd Gnftths) and 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. .900; B.A. 1903; Ml), and 
B C. 1910. At King's College Hospital London M.R.C.S 
llfp .no? House Surgeon and House Physician ot 
King's College Hospital; director of the Physico-Therapeutic 
Up",.' Brother of Alfred H. (.891), etc. (I enn, .1.. 1103; 
Medical Directory, I937-) 
CLAYTON EDWARD FAR1NGT0N. Adm. pens at St John s, 
Apr 26, 1849. S. of William, banker, of Church Street, 
Preston Lanes. B. at Preston. Bap.- Sept. II, 1830. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. . .853; M.A. 1858. Ord 
deacon 1S54; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1855; C. of 
Staok-t'on Glnurs, r8 5 4-6. Held other curacies, 1856-66. 
lurrogate, dio. Hereford. .867-l9°7. R- of Ludlow, Salop, 
18^-1907. Rural Dean, 1873-1907. Preb. of Hereford, 
.880-1907. Died Nov 24, 1907, aged 77, at . Ludlow. {Crock- 
ford; The /lines. Nov. 26, 1907; Scott, Mii.) 
n AVTON EDWIN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 9, 1868. S. 
a JoSph B at Tipton. Bapt. Oct. 8, .848. Of Stafford. 
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. 
CLAYTON FRANK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
S of Charles Hazard, of Meadows,, le, Finchley, Middlesex. 
B Anr 3 1882, at Finchley. School. Rugby. Matnc. Michs. 
Two B A 1903; M.A. 1908; M.B. and B.C. 1910; M.D. 1912. 
At University College Hospital. House Physician and House 
Surgeon. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1907. M.R.C.P., 1911. Fell 
Roy. Soc. Med. House Physician at the Gt Northern Central 
Hospital. Resident Medical Officer at Queen Charlotte s 
Hosp tal Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.M.C , ; twice 
Sent oned in despatches). Medical Referee to the , Ministry 
of Pensions. Hon. Physician to the Warneford and S. 
Warwick Hospital. [Medical Directory. .939) 
CIAYTON FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct T '.S79. S. of William, Esq., of 9, Parkside, Cambndge. 
B Sept. .8. 1863. School, Sedbergh. Matnc Michs 1879; 
BA 1883 Went to Western Canada. City Clerk and Trea- 
surer for' the City of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. [Sed- 
bergh Sch. Reg.) 
cl AVTON HAROLD. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 2nd s. 
of Lewis [?£<,), Canon of Peterborough. B. May ■ 7, ,1874, at 
Northampton School, Marlborough. Matnc. Michs. 1893; 
B A (Cass Trip., .St Class) .896; M.A. 1906. Entered the 
LC.S., 1897. Director of Agriculture, 1912-16. Registrar of 



Clayton, Norman Willis 

Co-operative Societies. 1916-19. CLE., 1919- Commis- 
sioner 1919-22. Financial Commissioner in Burma, 1923-6, 
retired. Secretary of the Church of England Men s Society, 
.926. Married and had issue. Of 54, Chemston Gardens, 
London, W. Brother of Lewis H. (1891). (KeUy, Handbook, 
1935; Who's Who, 1939.) 
CLAYTON, HAROLD HUGH KENRICK. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall 1886 S. and h. of John William, Capt., 13th Light 
Dragoons, F.R.G.S., of 14, Portman Square London. B. 
1867. School, Eton. Died unmarried Aug. 6, 1890. (Buike, 
P. and B.) 
CLAYTON, HENRY REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Oct. 
11 1875. 2nds.of John Richard, artist, of 11, Fairfax Road 
Hanipstead, London. B. Mar. 10, 1855, in London. School 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. (Law Trip., , 1st Class) 
I878-LL.B. 1879; M.A. 1882. Football (rugby) 'blue, 1876, 
1877' 1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 23, 1879. 
Called to the Bar, 18S1. Practised in Lincoln s Inn for a few 
years Joined the firm of Novello Ewer, subsequently Novello 
and Co. Ltd., music publishers, 1889; director, secretary and 
legal advnser to the firm. His boast that he was the only 
music publisher who was also a barrister. A member of the 
Gorell commission that framed the Copyright .Act, rail. 
Died Dec 13 1932, in London. Brother of Wilfred (1SS1). 
(Foster Men at the Bar; The 1 imes, Dec. 15 and 23, 1932; 
R. L. Lloyd.) 
CLAYTON, HERBERT. Adm. (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 1, 
1889. 2nd s. of Charles Hoghton, solicitor, of Long Ditton, 
Surrey. B. Mar. 30, 1870, at Surbiton. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1S92; M.A. 1896. Ord. 
deacon, 18,3; Priest (Rochester) .894; C, of All Saints 
Newington, Surrey, 1893-6. C.M.S. Missionary in hok,, 
Uganda, 1898-1901; in Ankole, 1902-12. V. of St Pauls, 
Dirlineton 1913-27. V. of St Thomas's, Kendal, 1927-39-- 
s£rcl££ 1V27-39-. Brother of Edward B. (.900), etc. 
[Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford, I939-) 
CLAYTON, JAMES SAMUEL, see CLAYTON, SAMUEL JAMES. 
CLAYTON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Oct. 15, 1S01. S. 
of John, Esq., late of Sibton, Suffolk, deceased. Matric. 
Easter, 1803. Brother of Robert (1804). 
CLAYTON. JONATHAN PAGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Miv 6 1843. S. of Robeit, of Sidney Street, Cambndge 
B there Nov. iS, 1823. Schools, Perse, Cambridge and 
Rochester (Rev. R. Whiston). Matric. Michs. 1843; Scriolar, 
1844-7- B \ 1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Salisbury) 
1849 • priest, 1850. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 
1848-55 Head Master of Hartlebury Grammar School, 
Worcs" 1855; of Retford Grammar School, Notts., 1857-66. 
Died Aug. 20, 1866, at Retford. Brother of Charles (1832). 
[Venn, II. 263.) 
CLAYTON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 4, 1873- 

Matric! Lent, 1S74; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1S87. 
CLAYTON, LANCELOT JAMES. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1898 6th s. of Charles Hoghton, solicitor, of Hillside, Long 
Ditton, Surrey. B. Dec. 9, 1880, at Surbiton. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs 1898; B.A. 1901. 
Articled to a solicitor in 1906. Served in the Great War 
(Lieut., Gloucs. Regt.; wounded). Died Nov. 28 1921 at 
Portman Mansions, London Brother of .Alfred H. (1891), 
etc. [Univ. War List; The Times, Nov. 29, 1921.) 
CLAYTON LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 29, 1855. 
S of John, solicitor, of London. B. June 8, 1838, in London. 
School, King's College, London. Matric Michs. 1856; B.A. 
1S60; M.A. 1863; Hon. D.D. 1903. Ord. deacon, 1S61; 
priest (Rochester) 1862; C. of Halstead, Essex, 1861-4. C. 
of Hanbury, Worcs., 1864-6. C. of St James s End, 1866-72. 
V. of St James's, Dallington, Nortbants., Ib 73-5- V of St 
Margaret's, Leicester, 1875-88. Rural Dean, 1884-8. Bishop 
Suffragan of Leicester, 1903-13. Assistant Bishop of Peter- 
borough, I9I3-I7- Canon of Peterborough, 1887-1913. 
Proctor in convocation for the chapter of Peterborough, 1892. 
Died Tune 25 1917, at Canonry House, Peterborough. 
Father of Harold (1893) and the next. [Crockford; 1 he 
Times, June 27, 1917-) 

CLAYTON LEWIS HARE. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891- S. of 
Lewis (1855), V. of St Margaret's, Leicester. B.Oct. 21, 1871. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1891 ; B.A. 1894, as 
Louis H. Entered the Straits Settlements, Civil Service; 
at Penang, in 1910. Died Sept. 29, 1921, at Lucerne. Brother 
of Harold (1893). (G. B. Routledge.) 

CLAYTON NORMAN WILLIS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 
1S97. 4th s. of Thomas, R.N. B. Apr. 27, 1879, at Alver- 
stoke Hants 1 Schools, Portsmouth Grammar and Ludlow 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Private tutor in 
Russia 1900-1. Assistant Master at Hereford Cathedral 
School,' in 1904-7: at Tewfikieh School. Cairo, 1909-27. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., Machine Gun Corps and 



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General List, attached to the Indian Political Department; 
twice mentioned in despatches; M.C.; M.B.E., 1919). In- 
spector of the Interior in Egypt. Served in the Public 
Security Department, 1919-22; retired, 1922. Of 2, Hallam 
Road, Clevedon, Somerset. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1908- 
27; Univ. War List.) 

CLAYTON, OBADIAH. Adm. at Magdalene, June 23, 1792. 
Matric. Michs. 1792; Scholar. Ord. deacon (York) July 21, 
1799; priest, Oct. 16, 1803. Usher at Giggleswick School, 
1799-1810. Treated with great kindness by the school 
authorities, who subsequently contributed towards bis 
maintenance. C. of Segrave, Leics. Showed symptoms of 
mental derangement, which recurred at intervals and ruined 
his career. Removed to Leicester and resided at a public 
house in the High Street. Committed to the borough gaol for 
debt. Died there Nov. 29, 1S10, aged 37. {Giggleswick Sch. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1S10, n. 594.) 

CLAYTON, RICE RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Feb. 31, 1816. 4th s. of Sir William, Bart., of Harleyford, 
Bucks. B. there Nov. 15, 1798. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. r8i6; Scholar, r8i6-i7; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1824. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 2, r8i9- J. P. and D.L. for Bucks. 
High Sheriff for Bucks., 1S38. M.P. for Aylesbury, 1841-7. 
Married Maria, dau. of Sir George Nugent, Bart., July 31, 
1832. Of Hedgerley Park, Bucks. Died there May 4, 1879. 
Brother of East G. (1812) and Augustus P. (1819). (Venn, 
n. 166.) 

CLAYTON, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, May 13, 1758. 
[S. and h. of Sir Kenrick, Bart., of Marden, Surrey. B. c. 
1740. School, (?) Eton. Matric. Michs. 1758. Succeeded his 
father as 3rd Bart., Mar. 10, 1769. Of Marden, Bletchingley, 
Marlow and Harleyford. M.P. for Bletchingley, 176S-83 
and 1787-96; for Surrey, 1783-4; for Ilchester, 1796-9. A 
firm supporter of Fox's ministry. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
Frederick Standish, merchant, of London, June 1, 1767. 
Sold the reversion of the Bletchingley estate, Aug. 1788. 
Died s.p. May 10, 1799, aged 60. Buried at Bletchingley. 
(G.E.C. . v. 71 ; Foster, Baronetage.) 

CLAYTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 22, 1804. 2nd s. of John, Esq., deceased, late of Sibton, 
Suffolk. B. at Yoxford, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1804. 
Brother of John (1S01). 

CLAYTON, ROGER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 26, 1771. 
Of Shropshire. Matric. Michs. 1771; Scholar, 1772; B.A. 
1775; M.A. 1778. Probably R. of Stirchley, Salop, 1792- 
1827. 

CLAYTON, RONALD PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of John Shaw, of Standfield, Wavertree, Liverpool. 
B. Jan. 21, 1S71, at Liverpool. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Solicitor, 1896. Practised at Liver- 
pool. Died Feb. 6, 1936, aged 65, at Linwood, Mossley Hill 
Road, Liverpool. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Feb. 8, 
1936.) 

CLAYTON, SAMUEL JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, 
May 23, 1817. S. of Henry. B. at Manchester. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1817. Died Feb. 18, 1818, 
aged 19 (sic), of consumption. (G. Mag.) 

CLAYTON, SIMEON. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 20, 1812. 
Of Derbyshire. [S. of Micah, linen-draper, of Buxton, 
Derbs.] School, Manchester. Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 
1812; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1823. Tutor to Lord Brome (son of 
Earl Cornwallis, of Linton Park, near Maidstone) ; Domestic 
Chaplain to Lord Cornwallis. Preb. of Lichfield, 1823. R. 
of Boughton Malherbe, Kent, 1834-42. Married Elizabeth 
Gumming, of Matlock (who died 1869, at Warwick, Queens- 
land). Died Dec. 14, 1842, aged 48, at Boughton Malherbe. 
Buried at Linton. Father of Charles J. (1856). (Manchester 
Sch. Reg., in. 50.) 

CLAYTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, May 6, 1817. 
S. of J. Greenwood, Esq., of Newlaith (sic), Leeds. B. at 
Bradford, Yorks. [Henry Greenwood Clayton, only son of 
Thomas, of Byerley, Yorks., was admitted at St John's 
College, Oxford, Mar. 6, 1850, age 19.] 

CLAYTON, THOMAS WATTS. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1896. 
5th s. of Charles Houghton (Hoghton), solicitor, of Hillside, 
Long Ditton, Surrey. B. Mar. 30, 1877, at Surbiton. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar; B.A. 
1899. In the Federated Malay State Civil Service. Served 
in the Great War (Lieut., R.F.A.). Brother of Edward B. 
(1900), etc. (Cheltenham Coll. Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

CLAYTON, WILFRED. Matric. from Trinity Hall, Lent, 1881. 
S. of John Richard, Esq., of n, Fairfax Road, South 
Hampstead. School, Harrow. Entered the Army (King's 
Regt., 1882; Capt., 1890). Died Nov. 3, 1893. Brother of 
Henry R. (1875). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLAYTON, WILLIAM CLAYTON, see WALTERS. 



Cleave, Paul [Rogers] 



CLAYTON, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', 1S19, a 
'Ten-year man'; re-adm. pens. Oct. 16, 1827. Of Middlesex. 
Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Rochester, 
Litt. dim. from Ely) June 17, 1832; priest (Carlisle) June 8, 
1833; C. of Ickleton, Cambs., 1832; V. there, 1844-1- 1 
Aug. 31, 1864, aged 68. (Ely Ord. Bk.; G. Mag., 1864, 11. 
5250 

CLAYTON, WILLIAM RAY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 6, 
1796. [S. of Samuel, Esq., of Gt Yarmouth and of Triming- 
ham, and Anne, dau. of William Ray, of Worlingwnrtli.; 
Matric. Michs. 1796; B.A. 1800. V. of Great Ryburgh with 
Little Ryburgh, Norfolk, 1820-58. V. of St Mary Coslanv, 
Norwich, 1832-51. Died Aug. 12, 1858, aged 81, at Norwii b, 
(C. J. Palmer, Gt Yarmouth, u. 392; G. Mag,. 1858, 11. 312.) 

CLAYTON, WILLIAM ROBERT. Adm pens, at Trinity, Sept. 
20, 1862. S. of William Capel [Capt., Coldstream Guards]. 
B. Aug. 3, 1842, at Marlow, Bucks. School, Weymouth, 
Dorset (Mr Addison), also at Sandhurst and at Bonn, 
Germany. Did not matriculate. Migrated to Clare, Jan. 31, 
1863 (not recorded in Trinity Coll. Adm. Bk.). Succeeded 
his grandfather, Sir William Robert Clayton, as 6th Bart., 
Sept. 17, 1866. Of Marden Park, Surrey, Harleyford Manor, 
Bucks., and Alty Cadris, Carmarths. J. P. for Carmarths., 
Norfolk, Surrey and Bucks. High Sheriff for Bucks., 1876; 
for Norfolk, 1878. D.L., Bucks, and Surrey. Contributed 
articles to periodicals on educational questions. Died s.p. 
Oct. 7, 1914. (G.E.C, v. 71; Burke, P. and B.) 

CLAYTON-GREENE, WILLIAM HENRY, see GREENE, W. H. C. 

CLEAR, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Downing, Feb. 10, 1862. Matric. 
Lent, 1862; B.A. and LL.B. 1868; M.A. and LL.M. 1872. 

CLEARE, HENRY. Adm. sizar ('age over 24') at Queens'. 
Sept. 15, 1849; a 'Ten-year man.' 

CLEASBY, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 29, 
1822. 3rd s. of Stephen, merchant, of London. B. Aug. 1804, 
at Newington, Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1823; 
Scholar, 1S25; B.A. (yd Wrangler and 13th Classic) 1827; 
M.A. 1S30. Fellow, 1828. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 
30, 1827. Called to the Bar, 1831. Q.C., 1S61. Bencher, 
1861. On the Northern Circuit. Practised as a Special 
Pleader. Serjeant-at-law, 1868. Baron of the Exchequer, 
1868-78. Knighted Dec. 9, 1868. Purchased the estate 
called Ledgers, near Croydon, and later that of Penoyre, near 
Brecon. Married Lucy Susan, dau. of Walter Fawkes, M.P., 
of Farnley. Died Oct. 6, 1879, at Penoyre. Father of the 
next and of Stephen F. (1862). (D.N.B.; Burke, L.G., 1936; 
Inner Tetnple Benclters.) 

CLEASBY, RICHARD D1GBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 10, 
1857. S. and h. of Anthony (above). B. May 27, 1838, at 
Croydon, Surrey. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 
1861. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 1, r86i. Called to the 
Bar, 1864. On the South Eastern Circuit. J. P. and D.L. for 
Brecon. High Sheriff, 1890. Chairman of the Breconshire 
Quarter Sessions. Of Penoyre, Co. Brecon. Died Mar. 17, 
1909, aged 71, at Abbots Langley, Herts. Brother of the 
next. (Burke, L.G., 1925; The Times, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

CLEASBY, STEPHEN FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 13, 1862. 2nd s. of Anthony {1822), of the Ledgers, 
Surrey. B. Nov. 1, 1843, in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1862. Ensign, 49th Berks. Regt. Died Dec. 10, 1865, 
aged 22, at Deesa, Bombay. Brother of the above. (G. 
Mag.) 

CLEATHING, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 23, 
1784. S. of John, of Leghorn, Tuscany. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Easter, 1784; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791- Ord. deacon 
(York) July 20, 1788; V. of Thorpe Arnold with Brentingby, 
Leics., 1791-1841. A generous benefactor to the S.P.C.K. 
Died Aug. 17, i84r, aged 75. (G. Mag., 1841, 11. 551, 670.) 

CLEATOR, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, May 26, 
1758. S. of John, clerk. [B. at Whiston, Yorks. Bapt. 
there Nov. 14, 1739.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
175S; Scholar, 1759; B.A. 1762. Ord. deacon (York) June 6, 
1762; priest, June 17, 1764. R. of Wroot, Lines., 1769-92. 
{Peile, 11. 266.) 

CLEAVE, PAUL [ROGERS]. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 14, 
1884. S. of William Oke (next), clerk. B. Jan. 25, 1866, at 
St Helier, Jersey. Schools, Victoria College, Jersey (Dr 
Cleave), Hereford (Mr Tatham) and Sutton Valence (Mr 
J. D. Kingdom). Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A 
Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (St Albans) 1892; C.of Shalford, 
Essex, 1891-3. Assistant Master at Felsted School, 1890-7. 
Head Master of Leamington College Preparatory School, 
1897-1902; of Beech Lawn Preparatory School, 1902-6; 
of Llandaff Cathedral School, 1906-12. V. of Hempstead, 
Norfolk, 1925-31; retired. Of Thanes Croft, l^echlade, 
Gloucs. (School masters' Directory; Crockford, 1939.) 



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CLEAVE, WILLIAM OKE. Adm. pens, (age IS) at Jesus, 
Feb. 23, 1849. S. of Thomas, clerk, deceased. B. July 18, 
1830, at Totnes, Devon. Schools, Elizabeth College, Guern- 
sey, and Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. (8<A 
Classic) 1853; M.A. 1856; LL.D. 1S66. Fellow, 1854-62. 
Assistant Master at Bromsgrove School, 1853. Ord. deacon, 
1856; priest (Ely) 1857. V. of Hinxton, Cambs., 1862-5. 
Principal of Victoria College, Jersey, 1865-81. R. of Grave- 
ley, Cambs., r88i-i904. Died there Aug. 2, 1904. Father of 
Paul R. (above). (Crockford.) 

CLEAVER [post PEACH], CHARLES PIERREPONT. Adm. 
pens (age 19) at Magdalene, June 19, 1848. S. of James 
Jarvis [Peach], clerk, of Holme Pierrepont, near Nottingham. 
B Feb. 19, 1829. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1848; 
Scholar, 1849; B.A. 1852. [His father, James Jarvis Cleaver, 
M A (Oxford), Canon of Southwell, assumed the surname of 
Peach only by Royal Licence, June 16, 1845.] Ord. deacon, 
1852; priest (York) 1853; C. of Holme Pierrepont, Notts. 
V of Appleton-le-Street, Yorks., 1854-86. Died Sept. 19, 
1886 For his son, Charles Edmond Cleaver, see sub Peach. 
[Repton Sch. Reg.; Misc. Gen. el Her., O.S., II. 310.) 

CLEAVER, JOHN. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton July 4, 1763. 2nd s. of John, of Carburton, Notts. 
TBapt Sept. 28, 1743, at Terrington, York.] Matric. Michs. 
1763- B.A. 1767; M.A. 1773; D.D. [hit. Reg.) 1795- Fellow, 
1766-9. R. of Slingsbv, Yorks., 1773- v - oi Crambe, 1S14- 
23. P.C. of Old and New Malton. Married Eliza, dau. of 
James Fenton, of the Glass House, near Leeds, Apr. 1765 
(sic) A confidential friend of Lord Rockingham. Died Aug. 
3 1823, aged 79, at Holme Pierrepont, Notts., M.I. (Eton 
Coll. Reg.; Misc. Gen. et Her., O.S., 11. 307; Cant. Act Bk.) 

CLEAVER [post BANKS], JOHN BANKS. Adm. pens, at Clare. 
Mar. 26, 1783. B. at Leeds. [2nd s. of Edward, banker, of 
Leeds, and Anne, dau. and co-heiress of William Banks, of 
Leeds!] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1783; LL.B. 1789, 
as Banks, John. Ord. deacon (London) Apr. 17, 1791. as 
lohn Banks; priest (York) July 14, 1805, as J. Banks 
Cleaver; C. of East Retford, Notts., 1805. Assumed the 
surname of Banks only by Royal Licence, Mar. 6, 178S. 
Afterwards of Coldred, Kent. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
Casten Rohde, of the City of London. Died May 2, 1845, 
aged 79 at Dover; 'the Rev. John Cleaver Banks.' Brother 
of the next. (Misc. Gen. et Her., O.S., 11. 307; Harrow Sch. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1S45, "■ 91.) 
CLEAVER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity Hall, 
Oct. 9, 1781. [S. and h. of Edward, of Leeds, and afterwards 
of Nu'nnington Hall, Yorks., and Anne, dau. of William 
Banks, of Leeds.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1783; 
Scholar, 1784; LL.B. 1789. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 19, 
1784. Called to the Bar, 1790. Died Mar. 2, 1800, at Bombay. 
( i/isc. Gen. et Her., O.S., II. 306; G. Mag.) 
CLEAVER, WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 8, 1879. 2nd s. of Charles, planter, of Trinidad. [B. 
Oct 28, 1858, at Mausica, Isle of Trinidad.] School, Queen's 
Royal College, Trinidad. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; 
LL It. 1884; M.A. 1891. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 8, 
1880. Called to the Bar, 1883. Judge of the Supreme Court 
of the Turks and Caicos Islands, West Indies, 1895. Died 
Jan. 15, 1895, aged 36, at Grand Turk. (Scott, MSS.; 
Inns of Court.) 
CLEEVE, ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, July 6, 
1767. Of London. S. of John, gent., of St Margaret's, 
Westminster. B. there May 7, 1747. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1767; B.A. 1771. Previously at Oxford; matric. 
(Queen's College) Mar. 22, 1766, age 18. Ord. deacon (Lon- 
don) June 10, 1770; Chaplain to the County gaol, Cambridge. 
V. of Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, 1773-80. V. of Wooler, 
Northumberland, 1780-1805. One of the leaders in the 
movement for square caps. ' Penner of the address and the 
supposed author of an ingenious though very severe tract, 
called SomntUffl Academia, published just at the election of 
the Chancellor, whose character is not special in the per- 
formance' (Cole, MS., 41, 397, 398)- Died Sept. 23, 1805, at 
Knightsbridge, where he had a chapel. (Al. Oxon.; Eton 
Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1805, 11. 974; Scott, MSS.) 

CLEEVE, ARNOLD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 28, 1883. 
S. of Charles Kerr, Deputy Commissary-General of H.M. 
Ordnance Dept. B. May 29, 1865, at Government House, 
Purfleet, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. 

CLEGG, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, July 
12, 1844. [Ward of his brother Mr W. Clegg, of Manchester.] 
Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 1847; B.A. 1850. 

CLEGG, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 1888. S. 
of John, Esq., of Castleton, near Manchester. B. June 22, 
1869, at High Crompton, Shaw, near Oldham, Lanes. School, 
Heath Mount, Hampstead (Rev. C. F. Walker). Matric. 
Michs. 1888. 



Clementi, Vincent 

CLEGG, JAMES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, Jan. 
I, 1879. S. of James, Esq. B. at Prestwich, Lanes. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1879- Of Palms Hill, Wem, Shrews- 
bury. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLEGG, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898. S. of J. E., Esq., 
of 101, Waterloo Street, Oldham. School, Rossall. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. and LL.B. 1902. Served in the Great War 
(Capt., King's Own (Yorks. Light Infantry)). Killed 11 
action, Sept. 16, 1916. (Univ. War List.) 

CLEIFE, HENRY HOLDITCH THOMAS. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Oct. 8, 1869. [B. Mar. 3, 1849.] Matric. Michs. 
1869; B.A. 1S77; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1879; pnest 
(Ripon) l88i;C. of Clayton, Yorks., 1879-82. R. of Harding- 
ton Mandeville, Somerset, 1883-1914. Died there Dec. 11, 
1914 Probably brother of the next. (Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

CLEIFE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 8, 1869. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1879. Probably brother of the 
above. 

CLELAN, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 10, 
1840. S. of James. B. in Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon and priest (Exeter) 1848; C. of Kilk- 
hampton, Cornwall, 1849-53. Held various curacies, 1853-7. 
P.C. of Chipping Sodbury, Gloucs., 1857-9. V. of Eardisley, 
Heref., 1859-62. Died Feb. 20, 1862, aged 40. (G. Mag., 
1862, 1. 512.) 

CLEMENCE, VICTOR LOUIS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1894. S. of J. A., Esq. B in London. School, Rat- 
cliffe College. Matric. Michs. 1894. 

CLEMENS, JAMES ROSS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 20, 
1890. Matric. Lent, 1891. 

CLEMENS, THOMAS CROWDER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Feb. 19, 1781. S. and h. of James, Esq., of 
Liverpool. Matric. Michs. 1781; Scholar, 1781. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Feb. I, 1779- Called to the Bar, 1784. (L:il- 
coln's Inn Adm. Bk.) 

CLEMENT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 27, 
1S46. S. of lohn, of Millbrook, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1846; 
B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest (Winchester) 
1851; C. of Holy Tnmty, Jersey, 1850-4. C. of St Hellers, 
1854-8. C. of St Ouen's, Jersey, 1858-60; R. there 1860-90. 
Hon. Canon of Winchester, 18*81. Died Dec. 24, 1890, aged 
64. (2". A. Walker, 487.) 

CLEMENT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Nov. 14, 1S28. (Tutor's 
Adm. Bks.) 

CLEMENT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 3, 1829. 
Matric. Lent, 1829. Died June 29, 1829, aged 20, at Cheshunt. 
(G. Mag., 1829, 1. 657.) 

CLEMENT, REYNOLD ALLEYNE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Jan. 15, 1853. S. of Hampden, of Snarestone 
Lodge, near Atherstone, Leics. B. there. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1853. Cricket 'blue', 1854. Capt., 68th Regt. 
(served in the New Zealand campaign, 1864-6, present at the 
storming of Tarange, 1864). One of Queen Victoria's Body 
Guard, 1876. Secretary to the Trustees of Ascot Race 
Course, 1S81; clerk of the Course, 1884. Many improve- 
ments were effected during his term of office. Of Kenilworth, 
Ascot, Berks. Died Oct. 2, 1905, at Hove, Sussex. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 3, 1905.) 

CLEMENT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 30, 1848. 
Matric. Lent, 1849; B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1855; priest 
(Chichester) 1856; C of Cocking, Sussex, 1855-7. C. of East 
Wittering, 1857-61. C. of Southsea, 1861-5. V. of Empshott, 
Hants., 1865-9. C. of Earnley, Sussex, 1869-74. R. of 
Earnley with East Wittering and Almodington, 1874-1902. 
C. of East Wittering, 1876-1902. Died Apr. 21, 1902, at 
Earnley. (Crockford; The Times, Apr. 25, 1902; Scott, 
1/s 1 - ) 

CLEMENT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 14, 1866. 
S. of William James, surgeon, of Shrewsbury. B. there 
Oct. 11, 1847. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1866. 
Superintendent of the Severn Fishery Board. Living at 
Cheney Longville, Craven Arms, Salop, in 1898. (Venn, 11. 
374; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

CLEMENTI, VINCENT. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 1832. 
S. of Muzio (the eminent musician and teacher). B. in 
London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1832. Migrated to 
Tnmty, Mar. 22, 1834; B.A. 1837. Ord. deacon (London, 
Lilt. dim. from Canterbury) Dec. 17, 1837; priest (Canter- 
bury) 1839; C. of Chislet, Kent, 1837. C. of Thatcham, 
Berks., in 1841; there till 1848. For many vears resident at 
Peterborough, Canada. Died Oct. 16, 1899, in Canada. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.; Clergy List.) 



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Clementi-Smith, Arthur 

CLEMENTI-SMITH, ARTHUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1S89. 
S. of Sir Cecil, K.C.M.G., Governor of the Straits Settle- 
ments. B. July 30, 1870, at Hong Kong. School, St Paul's. 
Matnc. Michs. 18S9. Assistant Engineer, Public Works 
Department, Ceylon. Of Star Fort, Matara, in 1898. {Venn, 
11. 506.) 

CLEMENTS, ARTHUR VICTOR. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 

1889. S. of George Cowdell (1847), clerk. B. Feb. II, 1869. 
School, King's, Ely. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 

1898. Adm. Solicitor, 1895; practised in Cambridge. Of 

10, Rose Crescent, Cambridge. A member of the Cambs. 
County Council, 1915-19. Died Apr. 12, 1920, at 23, St 
Barnabas Road, Cambridge. Brother of George C. (1885). 

CLEMENTS, CHARLES ALBERT. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 

1890. S. of Charles. B. Feb. 23, 186S, at Salisbury. Adm. 
pens, at St Catharine's, Sept. 30, 1S93; B.A. 1893; M.A. 

1899. Ord. deacon, 1S94; priest (Manchester) 1895; C of 
Ramsbottom, Lanes., 1894-8. C of Southport, 1898-1903. 
C. of Old Swinford, VVorcs., 1904-6. V. of Hale, Liacs., 
1906-22. R. of Grappenhall, 1922-31. Lived latterly at 
Willow Cottage, Antrobus, Northwich, Cheshire. Died there 
Dec. 26, 1935. Buried at Antrobus. (The Times, Dec. 30, 
1935) 

CLEMENTS, DALSTON. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 21, 1823. 

Of Cornwall. [S. of , and Nancy, dau. of John Bond, of 

Trevarner.] Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. Ord. deacon, 
1S27; priest, 1828. R. of Warleggan, Cornwall, 1834-78. 
P.C. (donative) of Temple, 1S40-7S. Inherited his mother's 
property at Trevarner, Egloshayle, Cornwall. [See note 
under William Bond Clements.] Died July 16, 1878, aged 80, 
at Warleggan. Perhaps brother of Peter (1819) and William 
B. (1829). (Maclean, III. 536; Coll. Cornub., 146.) 

CLEMENTS, EDWARD HAROLD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 
1890. S. of George, clerk, of Stockwell, S.W. B. Mar. 18, 
1871, in London. School, King's College. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (London) 1S96; priest (Lon- 
don) 1899; C. of Fulham, Middlesex, 1896-1901. Died Oct. 
26, 1901, at Margate. Brother of Henry J. M. (1887). (Venn, 

11. 512.) 
CLEMENTS, FRANCIS LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 

Jesus, Oct. 1, 1870. 2nd s. of Jacob, M.A. (Oxford), Preb. 
of Lincoln (and grandson of James C. ( 1 809)) . B. June 9, 1850, 
at Upton St Leonards, Gloucs. School, Rossall (Rev. R. 
Henniker). Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1875. Tea-planter in 
Ceylon; there in 1897. 'Died in 1918'. (Burke, Family 
Records ; Rossall Sch. Reg.) 
CLEMENTS, GEORGE CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1885. S. of George Cowdell (next), clerk. B. at 
Haslingfield, Cambs. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 18S5; 
B.A. 1888. Of Armadale, Perth, Western Australia, and 23, 
St Barnabas Road, Cambridge. Brother of Arthur V. (1889). 
(Felsted Sch. Reg.) 

CLEMENTS, GEORGE COWDELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 7, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. 
Ord. deacon, 1852; priest, 1853; C. of Sidestrand, Norfolk, 
1853-8. Held other curacies, 1859-63. V. of Haslingfield, 
Cambs., 1863-98. Killed by a fall from his horse, Feb. 12, 
1898. Father of the above and Arthur V. (1889). (Scott, 
MSS.; Cambridge Independent Press, Feb. 18, 1898.) 

CLEMENTS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 5, 
1890. S. of Elijah. B. at Warwick. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. Assistant Master at Ilkley Gra mm ar School, 
Yorks.; afterwards at King's School, Pontefract. Probably 
Assistant Master (H. Clements) at Graysted's Grammar 
School, Skipton, in 1928-9; still there, 1930. Brother of 
Thomas H. (1896). (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1930-1.) 

CLEMENTS, HENRY JAMES MILLER. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1887. Of Yorks. S. of George, clerk, of 
Stockwell, Middlesex. B. Oct. 29, 1868, at Leeds. Schools, 
St Paul's and King's College. Matric. Michs. 1887. Migrated 
to Downing, Jan. 23, 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. 
deacon, 1893; priest (Rochester) 1894; C. of Camberwell, 
1893-4. Held other curacies, 1894-1903. V. of Stowe, 
Bucks., 1903-34. Lie. to off. in the dio. of Winchester, 
1934-; dio. of Portsmouth, 1936-. Brother of Edward H. 
(1890). (Crockford, 1939.) 

CLEMENTS, JAMES CROOKJE]. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus 
Christi, Feb. 17, 1809. Of Middlesex. [Occurs in the College 
Adm. Reg. as John Crooke.] S. of Jacob, of Welwick Thorpe, 
East Riding, Yorks., and of Lower Clapton, Middlesex. 
B. Jan. 20, 1791. Matric. Michs. 1809; B.A. 1813. Ord. 
deacon (London) Jan. 8, 1S15; priest, June 11, 1815, 'James 
Crook.' Of Clapton. In Clergy List, 1841, without cure. 
Married Mary, dau. of George Jubb, May 11, 1816. Died 
July 12, 1841, aged 50, at Lower Clapton. Father of the 
next. (Burke, Family Records; G. Mag.; R. Walker.) 

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Clementson, Francis Woodward 

CLEMENTS, JAMES GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Caius, 
Jan. 30, 1S46. S. of James Crook (above), clerk, of St T 
London. B. Feb. 2, 1823, in Loudon. School, Hackney 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1846. (Venn, 11. 273; Burke, 
Family Records.) 

CLEMENTS, PETER. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 13, 1819. 
Of Cornwall. (See notc'sub William Bond (1829).] Perhaps 
■ brother of Dalston (1823), etc. 

CLEMENTS, THOMAS [HARR1MAN]. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Aug. 8, 1896. S. of Elijah, leather dealer [died Dec. 1895]. 
B. Dec. 17, 1876, at Warwick. School, Stamford Grammar 
(Rev. Dr Barnard). Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. School- 
master at Lymn Grammar School, Cheshire; at Waterloo 
High School, Blundelsands, for 2* years; at Dublin High 
School, 2 years; at Balshams School, Leyland, 1906-14-. 
Served in the Great War (2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C). Rel 
to Balsham's School. Assistant Master there, 1919-. Brother 
of Henry (1890). (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1919; Univ. War 
List.) 

CLEMENTS, WALTER. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 2r, 1890. S. of 
J., deceased. [B. Jan. 13, 1865, in London.] Schools, King's 
College, London, and College de Dieppe, France. Adm. at 
Peterhouse, Jan. 13, 1892; B.A. 1S93; M.A. 1897. Ord. 
deacon, 1893; priest (Norwich) 1894; C. of North Walsham, 
Norfolk, 1893-6. C. of Lenton, Lines., 1896-1904. P.C. of 
St Luke's, Nottingham, 1904-10. V. of St John-the-Evange- 
list, Kenilworth, 1910-36. Rural Dean, 1923-36; retired. 
Of Arden, Rectory Gardens, Broadwater, Sussex, (r. A. 
Walker, 620; Crockford, 1937.) 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM BOND. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 
17, 1829. Of Cornwall. Matric. Michs. 1830. Migrated to 
Trinity, Oct. 30, 1832; B.A. 1834; M.A. 1840. [One William 
Boud Clements (M.D.) entered the Army Medical Service, 
1812. Assistant Surgeon, 1813. He resided at Treworder, 
Egloshayle. Died 1846. Perhaps father of this man and 
of Dalston (1S23) and Peter (1819).] (Coll. Cornub., 146.) 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM DUDLEY ('BERNARD'). Adm. at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1899. S. and h. of Walter Henry, of 96, 
Wood Street, London, and of 18, The Drive, Hove, Sussex. 

B. May 8, 1880. School, Magdalene College School, Oxford. 
Matric. Michs. 1899. Migrated to Trinity College, Dublin; 
B.A. (Dubl.) 1906. Ord. deacon, 1908; priest (London) 
1909; C. of Friem Barnet, 1908-11. Chaplain in the Navy, 
1911-19. V. of St Michael and All Angels, Portsea, 1919-21. 
A member (Dom Bernard) of the Anglican Benedictine 
Community at Nashdoni Abbey, Buniham, Bucks., 1921-. 
R. of St Augustine's College, Kumasi, 1926-31. Lie. pr., 
dio. Oxford, 1932-4. Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1934-5. 
V. of All Saints', Margaret Street, Marylebone, 1934-42. 
Commissaryof Accra, 1935-42. Died Sept. 13, 1942. (Crock- 
ford, 1939; Who's Who, 1939; The Times, Sept. 14, 1942.) 

CLEMENTS, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Apr. 14, 1894. S. of William Thomas, of Belfast, Assistant 
Inspector of National Schools, Ireland. B. Sept. 7, 1872, at 
Maryborough, Queen's Co. School, Belfast Methodist College 
(Mr H. S. Mcintosh). Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
190S. Ord. deacon, 1906; priest (Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1907; 

C. of Holy Trinity, Tynemouth, 1906-9. C. of Meanwood, 
1909-12. C. of Holy Trinity, The Lickey, 1912-14. Chaplain 
of the Military Hospital, Hollymoor, 1915-19. Chaplain of 
Kent County Mental Hospital, Chartham, 1919-39-. (Crock- 
ford, 1939.) 

CLEMENTSON, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 7, 
1856. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar; B.A. 1S60; M.A. 1863. 
Fellow, 1867-79. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (Lincoln) 1863; 
C. of Brocklesby, Lines., 1862-4. C. of Ashburton, Canter- 
bury, New Zealand, 1865-6. Returned to England and held 
various curacies, 1867-79. v - ot Lechlade, Gloucs., 1879- 
1901. Resided latterly at Hove. Died there Mar. 5, 1927, 
aged 89. (Crockford; The Times, Mar. 8, 1927.) 

CLEMENTSON, CHARLES HARRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 17, 1878. S. of Joseph Moxon. B. May 27, 1859, at 
Ashton-under-Lyne. Schools, Manchester and Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1884. Adm. Solicitor in England 
and practised in Bulawayo, South Africa. Died c. July, 
1897, in South Africa. (Peile, 11. 663; Felsted Sch. Reg.) 

CLEMENTSON, FRANCIS WOODWARD. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 10, 1880. Of Stafford. S. of Joseph Walton, 
earthenware manufacturer, of Hanbury. B. Apr. 24, 1862, 
at Shelton. School, Newcastle High. Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1884. Entered the Army 
(Lieut., 19th Hussars). Served in the Soudan, on t: 
of the Frontier Force as D.A.A.G.; present at the battle of 
Giniss, Jan. 1886. Died Oct. 11, 1889, at Aldershot. (New- 
castle High Sch. Reg.) 



Clementson, John Schofield 

CLEMENTSON, JOHN SCHOFIELD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct 7 1S78. S. of Henry Thomas, cotton-manufacturer. 
B July 23 r85Q, at Ashton Town, Lanes. School, Man- 
chester Grammar (Mr S. Dill). Matric. Michs 1878; B.A. 
(Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1B82; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon 
r88 4 ; priest (London) 1885; C. of Hornsey, London 1884-8 
and 1890-2. Secretary to the Additional Curates Society, 
1888-90. C. of Kensington, 1892-9. V. of St Peters, Ham- 
mersmith, 1S99-1921. R. of Staplehurst, Kent, 1921-32. Of 
Furze Hill Lodge, Hove, Sussex. Died Oct. 16, 1932. (Crock- 
ford, 1932; The Times, Oct. 18, 1932.) 

CLEMENTSON, WILFRID KENDALL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, May 9, 1849- S. and h. of Joseph mercer, 
deceased late of Cockermouth, Cumberland. B. there. 
School, St Bees. Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar; B.A. 1853. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 25, 1865, age 35. Called to the 
Bar .866. Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Cachar. J. 1 . 
for Bihar and Orissa, Bengal Civil Service. (Foster, Men at 
the Bca ) 

CLEMINSON, ALFRED GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Tan 17 1885. S. of Isaiah, draper. B. Oct. 2, 1849, at 
Bishop Auckland. School, Wesley College, Sheffield Matric 
Lent 1885- B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1888; pnest (Lichheld) 
1890; C. of Burton-ou-Trent, 1888-91. K. "I Akeley with 
Stockholt, Bucks., l8oi-I9°6. V. of Halliwell, Yorks 
1906-17: remained without cure. Lived latterly at South- 
borough, Tunbridge Wells. Died there 1925. (1 he Eagle.) 

CLEMINSON, FREDERIC JOHN. Adm. at CUIUS, Oct. I, 1897- 
S of lohn Robinson, Wesleyan minister, of Woking, Surrey. 
B Mai '1 iS-s at Peterhead, N.B. School, Kingswood, 
Bath(W P. Workman, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 
1901; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1899; PI : II, 1st Class. 
1901); B.A. tgoi; M.A. 1904; B.C. 1909; M.Ch. 1913- At 
University College Hospital. House Surgeon. L.R.C.P., 
M R C P ' 1910. F.R.C.S., 1912. Assistant Aural Surgeon at 
the Middlesex Hospital. Sometime at the Hospital for Sick 
Children Gt Ormond Street. Aural Surgeon at the Evelina 
Hospital for Children, and Surgeon at the Throat Hospital. 
Golden Square. Served in the Great War (at Salonika and 
in France; Capt., R.A.M.C). In practice at 100, Harley 
Street, London. Consulting Surgeon to the National Hospital 
for Diseases of the Heart. Author, medical. [Venn, 11. 551 ; 
Medical Directory, 1939O 
CLEMSON, WALTER JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent 1880. 
Adm. pens, (age 25) at Jesus, Jan. 1882 S. of William, 
Esq. B. in London. School, Dalston Training College. 
B.A. 1883; M.A. 1890. 
CLENDON ARTHUR. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 5. 1887. 
S of I ' Esq of 199 Monument Road. Edgbaston, Birming- 
ham. School, King Edward's High, Birmingham Matac. 
Mi. as 1887; Exhibitioner; Prizeman; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894- 
M A. (London) 1897. Schoolmaster at Craigmore College 
Bristol; at Allhallows School, Honiton, for 4 J years. Head 
Master of Dolgelly County School, 1896; of Handsworth 
Grammar School, 1905-- Disappears from Register of Senate, 
1940. {Schoolmasters 1 Directory, 1932-3) 
CLENDON BEVERIDGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Emmanuel, 
' M 11 19 1757. S. of John. B. at Boxley, Kent. School, St 
Paul's c's. of the Rev. — Clendon'; age 12, in 1749). Matnc. 
Michs. 1757; Exhibitioner. 
CLEOBURY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Si John's, July 8, 1767- 
S of [olm (1 739). V. of Gt Marlow, Bucks. B. there. Bapt. 
July 27 [749, at Marlow. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1767; Scholar; B.A. 1771; M.A. 1775- Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Dei -'2 1 771; pnest, Dec. 19, 1773; C. of Gt Marlow, Bucks 
1771 V of St Helen's, Abingdon, Berks., 1775-1800. V. of 
Medmenham, Bucks., 1781-1800. Chaplain to John Thomas, 
Bishop of Rochester. Married Peggy, dau. of Thomas 
Becket, of Littleton, Wilts., Aug. 10, 1790. Died Aug. 23, 
1800. (Scott-Mayor, in. 719; Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag.) 

CLERK DAVID MALCOLM. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 
1826 5th s. of Thomas, Major, E.I.C.S., deceased, late of 
Westholme House, Wells, Somerset. B. Dec. 18, 1808. 
School Eton. Matric. Michs. 1826; LL.B. 1834. Ord. deacon, 
1831- priest (Bath and Wells) 1832; V. of Yatton with Kenn 
Chapeliv, Somerset, 1833-46- Preb. of Wells, 1840-93. 
R of Kingston Deverell, Wilts., 1846-79. Winter Chaplain 
at Castellamore, 1878-81, and summer Chaplain at Bex, 
1879-80. Married (I) Stuart, dau. of George Sheppard o 
Fromefield House, Frame, Somerset, Aug. 7, "i*;/*' 
Henrietta Claypon, dau. of the Rev. H. J. Arnold Walsh, 
lune s 1879. Resided latterly at Southbourne-on-Sea. 
Died there Feb. 1, 1893. aged 84. Brother of the next. 
(Burke, L.G., 1925; Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, MSS.) 



CLERK EDMUND HUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14. 
1S32. 7th s. of Thomas, Major, E.I.I S., deceased [of 



Cleworth, Thomas Ebenezer 

Westholme, Somerset]. B. Feb. 5, J« 19 ifirh^xii* IXB" 

Somerset. School, Warminster Matnc. Michs 1834, LL.«. 
1839. Of Burford, Shepton Mallet, Somerset. J.P. ; and , jj.l.. 
Married and had issue' Died Mar. .7 1900. Brother of the 
above. (Burke, L.G., 1927; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

CLERKE, CHARLES LONGUEVILLE. Adm pens (age .18) at 
Trinity, Mar. 8, 1848. Did not reside [4th s of Sir William 
Henry, Bart., of Colomendy, near Mold, Flints. B Apr. 19, 
1820 at Oswestry.] School, Rugby. Migrated to Christ s. 
Not 1. .848; matnc. Lent, 1849. Of Heath House Aston- 
on-Clun Died unmarried June 23, 19", ^ ': at ^T? 
House, Lemtwardine, Heref. (Peril, u. 508; Burke, P. and 
B.) 
CLERKE, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1807. 

Doubtful if resided. 
CLERKE or CLARKE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse 
Mar 25 1777. Of Middlesex. School, Ipswich. Ma n . 
M?chs 1777, as Clerke; Scholar; B.A. 1781; M .A 1784. 
FeUow 1783. Proctor, .791- Taxor, 17.92. Ord. deacon 
fNorwich/june 4, l 7 8l, as Clarke W ; priest (Peterb. la t 
dim. from Ely) June 9, I78 5 , as Clerk , W. R .of Norton 
Suffolk, 1797-1831- Died Jan. 14, 1831, a S ed 7 1 - lJ ' 
Walker, 342; G. Mag., 1831, I. 377) 

n cnrH IflHN Adm Dens (age 24) at Caius, Mar. 26, 1817. 
CL ^of H formerch d ani, P o e f n Lond g on. 1 there. School, Islnigton 

(Mr Flower). Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar 1817, M «"tM 
o Trinity Hall, Feb. 6, .818; LL.B. .824. Ord. ones 

(London) May 25, .823; Chaplain at Malta, .824-65, Arch 

deacon of Malta, 1865-81. Died Mar. 25, 1881, aged 88, at 

Valetta. (Venn, a. 168.) 

CLEVELAND, HENRY. Adm. pens at St John's, Jan. 29, i|«. 
School, King's, Canterbury. Matnc, Michs. 1821 ,] B.A. 8-5, 
M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon, 1826; pnest (Ely) Nov. 4, .8-7. 
C of St Andrew'sthe-Less, Cambridge 1827. R of BarK 
stone Lines 1829-50. R. of Romald Kirk, Yorks. 1850- 
89" Surrogate, dio. of Ripon. J.P. for the North Riding. 
Died July 27, 1889, aged 86, at Romald Kirk. Father of the 
next. (Ely Ord. Bk.; Scott, MSS.) 

CLEVELAND, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens at Sidney 
Apr \ .S50. S. and h. of Henry (above) clerk of Bark- 
stone Lines. B. there Sept. 7, 1831. School, Grantham 
tMr Inmann). Matnc. Michs. .S50; B.A. .854. Ord. deacon. 
1855; pnest (Ripon) .856; C. (to his father) at Romald 
Kirk 1855-61. C. of Gt Ponton, Lines., 1861-5. C. of 
Tathwell 1865-7. P.C of Gateforth, Yorks., 1868-1913- 
I , grandfather was V. of Grantham and a cousin of 
President Cleveland of the United States, and through 
manage, Mr Cleveland Canned relat.onshipw.th Charles 
K.ngsley.] Died Mar. 31, 1913. aged 82. (Crockfora, Scott, 
MSS.; The Times, Apr. 1, 1913.) 

CLEVERLY CHARLES FREDERICK MOORE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Jan. .872. S. of Charles St George, Esq , 
Surveyor General of Hong Kong and a member of the 
Counc.1. B. there. School, Clifton College Matnc. Lent. 
.87'- B A 1875. Worked in the office of G. Bodley, K.A. 
Took up decorative work and church painting, his work 
including several altar pieces, also the tnptych in the church 
at Gt Massingham. Decorated the chancel of Bexley _chlir h 
Kent Of Dunsborough House, Ripley, Surrey. J.P. D red 
Mar 9, 1921, at Valescure, Var, France. (Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

CLEWORTH, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10 1887; 
^adm Oct 15, 18SS. S. of Enoch, independent missionary, 
of Ateley Wood, Buckingham. B Mar. 25 iSjS, £ London^ 
School King's CoUege, London. Matnc. Michs., 1887. Died 
lulT'o ."08. at K.dlington, Oxon. Brother of the next and 
William E. (1889). (Scott, MSS.) 

CLEWORTH, THOMAS EBENEZER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct 6 1879. S. of Enoch, city missionary. B. Apr. 2, 1B54, 
af Westminster, London. School, Pelly Memorial, West 
Ham. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; MA .886 Old. 
deacon 1880; pnest Sodor and Man) 1881, C. of Kirk 
German Isle of Man, 1880-2. V. of St Thomas's, Notting- 
haT .884-8. R of Middleton, Lanes., 1888-1909. Rural 
DeCri of Middleton and Prestwich, 1899. Hon Canon of 
Manchester 1902-9. Founded theChurchSchoolsEmergency 
League for ine maintenance of Church Schools and of church 
teS^m elementary schools. .903; Secretary, and Trea- 
surer of the League. Organised the Lancashire demon- 
strations n London against the Government's Education 
Bill .906 (the procession being accompanied through the 
West Eno by the Bishop of London). Author, educational 
Sts Dieo Apr. 5, .909. at Middleton. Blotter of the 
next, etc. (The Eagle, xx.x. 350; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 



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Cleworth, William Enoch 

CLEWORTH, WILLIAM ENOCH (The Rev.). Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Apr. 4, 1889; clerk. S. of Enoch. B. Apr. 8, i860, 
at East Ham, Essex. Schools, City of London and King's 
College, London. Matric. Easter, 1889; B.A. 1892, -MA. 
1897. Ord. deacon, 1883; priest (Oxford) 1884; C. of Woo- 
burn, Maidenhead, Bucks., 1S83-4. C. of Spring Grove, 
Middlesex, 1885-7. C. of Farringdon, Devon, 1887-9. C. of 
All Saints', Cambridge, 1S89-92. C. of Dewsbury, Yorks., 
1892-4. V. of Hanging Heaton, Yorks., 1894-1927. Died 
Jan. 6, 1927, aged 66. Brother of the above, etc. (Peile, 11. 
750; The Times, Jan. 8, 1927.) 

CLIFDEN, Viscount, see AGAR-ELLIS, HENRY GEORGE. 

CLIFF, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 25, 1859. 
S. of Benjamin. B. at Clitheroe, Lanes. [Bapt. Apr. 20, 
1828.] Matric. Miens. iS5g;'B.A. 1S63; M.A. 1868. Ord. 
deacon, 1862 ; priest (Chester) 1863 ; C. of St George's, Sutton, 
Cheshire, 1862-4. C.-in-charge of Christ Church, Maccles- 
field, 1864-76; P.C. there, 1876-8. Died Dec. n, 1878, aged 
48 {sic). M.I. at Christ Church. (Earwaker, East Cheshire, 

11. 510; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

CLIFFE or CLIFF, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Jan. 26, 1819. S. and h. of Anthony. B. Mar. 10, 1800, at 
Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland. School, Leicester (Mr Vaughan). 
Matric. Michs. i8r9, as Cliffe. Of Bellevue, Co. Wexford, 
Esq. J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1823. Vice-Lieut, for Co. 
Wexford. Married Isabella Frances (his cousin), dau. of 
Col. Charles Powell Leslie, of Glasslough, Co. Monaghan, 
June 23, 1821. Died Aug. 27, 1878. (Burke, I.G.; Walford, 
Co. Fam.) 

CLIFFE, LOFTUS ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 
26, 1813. Of Kent. S. and h. of Walter [Lieut. -General], of 
New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland [and Harriet, dau. of Gen. 
Sir Anthony Farrington, Bart.]. B. Sept. 12, 1795- Matric. 
Michs. 1813; B.A. 1822. Ord. deacon, 1821; priest, 1822. 
V. of Sampford-Arundell, Somerset, 1827. R. of Thorn- 
Falcon, 1840-2. C. of Trull, c. 1847-50- C. of Uphill, 1853-6. 
Of Osborne Place, W'ilton, Taunton. Married Salome, dau. 
of John Capon, Esq., of Taunton, Aug. 1, 1821. Died Aug. 

12, 1877. (Burke, I.G.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

CLIFFORD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Sept. 29, 
1868. Of Devon. S. of John Bryant (1828), clerk. B. 1849. 
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1S79; Hon. D.D. 1897. 
Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Lincoln) 1874; C. of St Nicholas, 
Nottingham, 1872-4. Missionary (C.M.S.) in India; at 
Calcutta, 1874-9; at Krishnagar, 1879-S5. Chaplain to the 
Metropolitan Bishop, 1885. Returned to Calcutta; Secretary 
to the C.M.S., 1886-92. First Bishop of Lucknow, 1893- 
191 1 ; won general esteem and affection in a see comprising 
one of the most thickly peopled parts of India. His artistic 
tastes found expression in the plans for the new Cathedral 
Church. V. of St Mary's, Stoke Bishop, near Bristol, 1911- 
20; retired. Lived latterly at Clifton. Died there Apr. 27, 
1931, aged 81. (The Times, Apr. 28, 1931.) 

CLIFFORD or PHELPS, ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1897, as Phelps. S. of William (1864), Esq., of Chestal, 
Dursley, Gloucs. B. May 5, 1878. Schools, Winchester and 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1897, as Phelps, A. W. Entered 
the Army (2nd Batt., Gloucs. Regt., 1900; Lieut., 1904). 
Served at St Helena, 1900. and in the South African War. 
J. P. (Gloucs.) 1908. Authorised by Royal Licence to resume 
the surname of Clifford, 1913. Served in the Great War 
(Capt., Gloucs. Regt., and General List, 1914-16). Of 6, 
Blandford House, High Street, Marylebone, W., and of 
Longmead, Burnham, Berks., in 1923. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Kelly, Handbook, 1937; Univ. War List.) 

CLIFFORD, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 
23, 1839. 4th s. of Henry Clifford (1803). [B. July 26, 1821, 
at Frampton, Gloucs.] Matric. Lent, 1840; B.A. 1844. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) May 18, 1845; priest, June 7, 1846; C. of 
Alderton, Wilts., 1845-7. C. of Fretheme, Gloucs., 1847-54, 
and again 1857-77. C. of Upper Slaughter, 1854-7. Remained 
without cure; lived latterly at Bath. Died s.p. Oct. 3, 1887. 
Brother of John (1843). (Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

CLIFFORD, FREDERICK CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 28, 1834. Of Middlesex. Migrated to St 
John's, June 30, 1836; matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar; B.A. 
(35*A Wrangler) 1840; M.A. 1843; incorp. at Oxford, 1849. 
C. of Elveden, 1845-6. C. of Dursley, 1847. In Clergy List, 
1848-65, unbeneficed. 

CLIFFORD, HENRY CLIFFORD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Nov. 5, 1803. Doubtful if resided. S. and h. of 
Nathaniel [Winchcombe], of Frampton, Gloucs. [who 
assumed the surname and arms of Clifford, in lieu of Winch- 
combe, Oct. 31, 1801]. [B. Dec. 24, 1785.] School, Eton. 
Of Frampton Court, Gloucs., Esq.; succeeded his father, 
Sept. 16 1817. J. P. and D.L. for Gloucs. (he was succeeded 



Clift, Frederick 

in his estates by his grandson, Henry James Clifford). 
Married Elizabeth, dau. of John Wallington, Esq., of Peers 
Court, Gloucs., Apr. 28, 1808. Died Apr. 18, 1867, aged 81, 
at Frampton Court. Father of Edmund (1839) and the next. 
(Burke, L.G., 1936; G. Mag.) 

CLIFFORD, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 23, 
1843. 6th s. of Henry Clifford (above). B. Oct. 20. 1 
Frampton, Gloucs. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1843; 
B.A. 1847; M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 1848; priest (Oxford) 
1849. C. of Fladbury in 1854. P.C. of Chipping Sodbury, 
Gloucs., 1859-61. V. of Alderton, Wilts., 1864-7. Remained 
without cure; of Staunton, Coleford, Gloucs., in 1886. Twice 
married. Died s.p. Feb. n, 1894, aged 69, at The Hall, 
Harbury. Brother of Edmund (1839). (Burke, L.G., 1936; 
1 he Guardian, Feb. 14, 1894.) 

CLIFFORD, JOHN BRYANT. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 26, r828. B. May 18, 1804, at Fulneck, Yorks. Matric. 
Michs. 182S; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1836. Ord. deacon, 1831; 
priest (Winchester) 1832; C. of Southampton, 1831-4. C. 
of Petersfield, Hants., c. r834-6. C. of St Matthew's, Kings- 
down, Bristol, 1836-7; P.C. there, 1837-79. Of 2, Hill Side, 
Redland, Bristol. Author. Died May 16, 1886, aged 82. 
Buried at Redland Green. Father of Alfred (1868). (C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

CLIFFORD, PHILIP HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 19, 
1874. S. of Frederick [journalist and legal writer], of the 
Middle Temple (for whom see D.N.B.). B. Feb. 16, 1856, 
at Brixton. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
Scholar, 1874; B.A. (4th Classic) r878; M.A. 1881. Fellow, 
r88o. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1876, T877, 1878. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Jan. 25, 1878. Called to the Bar, 1882. 
Practised at the Equity Bar, till T895. For some years a 
regular contributor to The Times. Died May 12, 1895, aged 
39, at 3, The Paragon, Richmond. (Peile, 11. 635; Scott, 
MSS.; Inns of Court.) 

CLIFFORD [post PHELPS], WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity Hall, Sept. ro, 1864. [3rd s. of Henry John, 
Esq., of Frampton, Gloucs., and Marianne, dau. of James 
Phelps, R. of Brirnsneld, Gloucs.] B. Jan. 12, 1845. Matric. 
Michs. 1S64; B.A. 1868. Head Master of Hooghly College, 
1868-9. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 2, 1875. age 3°- 
Called to the Bar, 1880. Assumed by Royal Licence for 
himself and his issue, the surname and arms of Phelps in 
lieu of Clifford, Nov. 18, 1891, on succeeding to the estate of 
his uncle Walter John Phelps. Of Chestal, Gloucs. J. P. 
Died May 31, r9o6. Father of Arthur W. (1897) and grandson 
of Henry C. (1803). (Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

CLIFFORD, WILLIAM KINGDON. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Feb. 
r2, 1863. S. of Williain. B. May 4, 1845, at Exeter. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar, 1865; 
Prizeman; 2nd Smith's Prize; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1867; 
M.A. 1870. Fellow, 1868. A member of the 'Apostles.' 
Lecturer in Mathematics, 1868. Took part in the Eclipse 
Expedition, 1870; wrecked off Catania. Professor of Applied 
Mathematics at University College, London, r 87 1-9. F.R.A.S., 
1873. F.R.S., 1874. Prominent member of the Metaphysical 
Society, 1874-9. A follower of the English school of philo- 
sophy, venerating Berkeley and Hume and radically opposed 
to the teachings of Hegelians. As a mathematician, helped to 
revolutionise the teaching of elementary mathematics; 
introduced into England the graphical and geometrical 
methods of Mobius, Culmann and other Germans. An 
effective lecturer; distinguished for his vivacity and quaint 
humour. Author, mathematical, etc. Died Mar. 3, 1879, at 
Madeira. Buried at Highgate. (D.N.B.) 

CLIFFORD or CLYFFORD, WILLIAM MORGAN. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity Hall, Nov. 20, 1765. [S. of Richard Morgan, 
Esq., of Argood, Mon.] Matric. Michs. 1766, as Clyfford; 
Scholar, 1767. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 13, 1765. as 
Clifford, W. M. Called to the Bar, 1770. Of 10, Dial Court, 
Dial Row, Lincoln's Inn (his chambers were vacant and dis- 
posed of to a Fellow of the Society, Feb. 26, 1790; see Black 
Bk., iv). William Morgan, Esq., assumed the surname of 
Clifford, pursuant to the will of his cousin Thomas Clifford, 
Esq., and was henceforth known as William Morgan Clifford. 
He married Eliza Maria, dau. of Richard Lewis, Esq., of 
Llantilio, Mon. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862.) 



CLIFFORD, - 



Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 25, 1772. 



CLIFT, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. r, 1864. 
S. of Richard, Esq., of Westow Hill, Upper Norwood, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1865. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 1, 
1866; B.A. 1870; LL.M. 1873; LL.D. 1879. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 9, r867, as Frederic C, age 20; s. of 
Richard, stockbroker, of Tusculum, Norwood, Surrey. Name 
withdrawn, June 18, 1889. (Peile, 11. 5S5; Inner Temple 
Adm. Bk.; R. L. Ltoyd.) 

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Clifton, Arthur Bellamy 

CLIFTON ARTHUR BELLAMY. Adni. pens, at St John's, 
June 22 1882. S. of Robert Bellamy (1855). Professor at 
Owens College, Manchester. B. June 16, 1863, at Shake- 
sp"a?e Street". Manchester. School, Clifton College Matn£ 
Michs 1882- B.A. 1885. Practised as a solicitor in London 
but abandoned the law in the interests of Art Director ot 
Carfax and Co., Fine Art Dealers, Ryder Street, London, 
afterwards removed to Bury Street. Gathered around him a 
group of young, struggling artists; these included Conder, 
Augustus John, Max Beerbohm. Sickert, Rothenstem 
McEvoy, with Rodin and others from abroad. Together with 
his partner, 'Robbie' Ross, caused their shop to become a 
centre for ail who were interested in the new developments of 
art and letters. A witty talker with great social gifts; a com- 
petent art dealer and a ruthless critic. Of Merstham Manor, 
Ashford, Kent. Died Oct. 4. 1932. aged 69, at Walmer. 
{The Times, Oct. 7, 1932; Tlie Eagle.) 
CLIFTON, ARTHUR BENJAMIN. Adm. at Clare Oct 4. 
1S95 (formerly a schoolmaster). Matnc. Michs. rSg5, B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1903. 
CLIFTON CHARLES JAMES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity 
Ha, l, Ian. 13, 1S07. Of Gillingham, Kent. Matnc. Easter, 
1807. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. si, 1800; priest Dec 23, 
1S10. Doubtless British Chaplain at A.x-la-Chapelle. Died 
Sept. 9, 1850, aged 73, at Brussels. (G. Mag., 1850, II. 669.) 
CLIFTON, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Apr. 10, 1851. Of Monmouthshire. Matnc. Michs. 
1851; B.A. 1855 



Clint, Leonidas 



CLIFTON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 4, j844- 

Matric. Michs. 1844. Perhaps brother of William (1844). 
CLIFTON EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 'more than 24') at 

Queens', July 7, 1846; a 'Ten-year man.' 
CLIFTON Sir GERVASE, Bart. Adm. nobleman (age 18) at 
Christ's, Oct. 14, .763. S. and h of Sir Robert Bart 
K C B., of Clifton Hall, Notts. [B. May 31, 1744. at Clifton, 
Notts 1 School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1763. Succeeded Ins 
father as 6th Bart., Dec. 7. 1762. Married Frances fcgerton, 
dau of Richard Lloyd, of Aberbrachar, Co. Denbigh, Apr. 
14, 1766. Died Sept. 26, 1815. (Peile, n. 277.) 
CLIFTON or BEESON, HENRY CLIFTON. Adm. pens, at St 
JOHN'S, July 9. 1825. Of Notts. S. of John (Beeson of 
Grantham, Lines, [and Frances, dau. of William Clifton, 
B D R. of Clifton, Notts.]. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Mich's. 1826. as Henry Parsons; at one time changed his 
name to Parsons. Probably entered the Army Took the 
surname of Clifton in lieu of Beeson. He and his brothers 
were adopted by their maternal grandfather, William 
Clifton B D , R. of Clifton, after the death of their mother 
Frances Beeson, see note sub William Clifton (1779). Brother 
of William C. (1821) and John C. (1822). (E. H. Clifton.) 
CLIFTON JAMES GUICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
' Feb. 29, 1816. S. of James [and Christian Caines, of DevonJ. 

B. in the West Indie's. Matric. Michs. 1817. 
CLIFTON JAMES MA1LLARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Tune 8 1790. S. and h. of Benjamin, of St Christophers. 
West Indies. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1790; 
Scholar 1791. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 12, 1788. Entered 
the Arrny (Ensign, 38th Foot, 1797; Lieut., 47th Foot, 1797; 
Cant 1st West India Regt.. 1801; Major, 1808; Lieut. -Col., 
1813); retired, Dec. 24, 1818. [Record of Old Westminsters.) 
CLIFTON or BEESON, JOHN CLIFTON. Adm. pens, at St 
Iohn's June 10. 1822. S. of John (Beeson). of Grantham, 
Lines and grandson of William (1779). R- of Chfton, near 
Nottingham. School, Uppingham. Matnc. Michs. 1823; 
Scholar, 1824; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1S31. V. of Willoughby-on- 
the-Wolds Notts.. 1831-6. C. of Bottesford, Leics., 1841^. 
Assumed the surname of Clifton in lieu of Beeson. Living in 
retirement at South Clifton, Notts., in 1874-82-. Brother of 
William C. (1821), etc. 
CLIFTON JOHN TALBOT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene. 
Oct 6 1888. S. of Thomas Henrv, deceased, late of Lytham 
Hall Lanes. B. Dec. 1, 1868. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1888 Of Clifton and Lvtham, Lanes., and of Kildalton 
Castle, Port EUen. Islay, N.B. Traveller and explorer. War 
conespondent in the Russo-Japanese War and in the South 
African War. Discovered a new route between Ujijl and 
Victoria Nvanza. Made a remarkable journey through the 
Barren Lands of Hudson Bay Territory, 1897-8, trusting 
himself alone among the Eskimos; penetrated to the musk- 
ox hunting ground and subsequently undertook the long 
iournev back to Fort Churchill, alone with the Eskimo 
Atonguela. Known among the Eskimos as 'the white man 
from the stars.' Made manv trips through Africa, India and 
South America; the first Englishman to navigate the river 
Lena in Siberia. Served in the Great War (Lieut.. R.N.V.R.; 
carried despatches to the King of the Belgians). F.R.G.S 
F Z S For a study of his life and character see The Book of 



Talbot, by Violet Chfton, his wife. Died Mar. 23, tgM 
Santa Cruz. Buried at Kildalton. (Burke, L.G.; The Tvnes, 
Mar. 26, 1928.) 

CLIFTON ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Peterhouse, 
Tune 26 1812. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 
mr M "1820. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22 1S.6; 
Dries! May .7 .8.8; C. of Ashendon and Dorton, Bucks , 
?8,o" To y be' distinguished from Robert Chf on, M.A 
(Oxford), British Chaplain at Bruges, in 1843. still there, 
i860 (E. H. Chfton; Clergy List, 1843; Al. Oxon.) 

CLIFTON ROBERT BELLAMY. Adm. pens at St John's, 
Mar 28 .855 S. and h. of Robert, gent. B. Mar 12, 1836, 
at^ean'ey, Lines. [Bapt. Mar. 20, 1836.] School, University 
Colleee London Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1856, 2nd 
Smith's Me; B.A. 6ffc Wrangler) .859; M.A. 1862. Fellow, 
18 9 Incorp a. Oxford, .865. Professor of Natural Philo- 
"',, ,, Owens College, Manchester, 1860-5- Adrn. at 
Wadham Colic "■ Oxford; Hon. Fellow of Wadham Col ege, 
^68-8 Fellow 1882. Fellow of Merton College, Oxford 

(Al. Oxon.; Annual Reg.) 
CLIFTON. W'LLIAM (The Re.,. ^ Adm ^zar (age^at St 

r 800° -adm 'Feb'. il, &* 55). Of WUford 
Notts [S. of William, B.A. (Oxford), M.A. (Glasgow), R. of 
W. ford Notts. (.752-6), and R. of Embletor , Nor humbe - 
Hnd (I7S6-S8)' died Oct. 31, 17S9, at Barrowby.J Matnc. 
Lent 1804 B D 1804. Ord. (Lichfield and Coventry) June 
t .'778° Pries" Mar' 16, .783; C. of WUford in 1779, C- 
of Barrowbv Lines., 1783-1803. R- of Bramfield, Suffolk, 
I7S^S30 R CI fton, Notts', .803-30. V. of Ussington, 
Lines 1S04-30. Married, at Holy Trinity, Goodramgate 
Vorks Anne; dau. of Major John Parsons, 1st Dragoon 
Guards', o! York, Sept. 17! '"8 Adopted lus godsons 
William C. (1821) Henry C. (1825) and John C. (1S2.) who 
.Vassumed the surname of Chfton in lieu of Bee on. Died 

Ian .6 1830, aged 81. Buried at Chfton, Notts. (At John . 
Coll. Adm., w.; E.H.Clifton.) 

CLIFTON. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar 23, 1844. 
Matnc Michs. 1844. Perhaps brother of I-dward (1844)- 

CLIFTON or BEESON CLIFTON, WILLIAM CLIFTON. Adm. 
pens at St John's, May 12. 1S21. Of Lines. S. of John 
(Beeson), of Grantham, Lines, [and Frances dau of the 
Rev W ham Chfton, B.D.. R. of Chfton, Notts.]. School. 
Uppingham (exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1822 B.A. 1826. 
Ord priest (Lm,, .1,0 Sept. 21, 1828 (William Clifton Beeson 
Chiton" C. (to the Rev. WUliam Clifton, B D. his grand- 
fa her) at Lissington, Lines., .828. P.C. of T.lton-on- he- 
H 11 Leics 1831-43. Married Mary Anne, dau. of William 
King, Esq of Sileby, Leics., July 5. .827, at Scrayingham 
Ycfrks. Died Mar. 6, .843. aged 39, at Dorchester. Brother 
of Henry C. (1825) and John C. (1822). (G. Mag., 1843, '■ 
544; E. H. Clifton.) 
CLIFTON-BROWN, HOWARD (18S7), see BROWN 



CLIFTON-SMITH, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Yf ,v 1 .887 S of W. R., Esq., of Chfton House, Ashbourne. 
SchU Repton. ° Matric.' Michs. .888; Scholar 1S89; BV 
i8oi- MA. .896. Ord. deacon, 1894; pnest (Chester) 1895. 
C of Tarporley, Cheshire, 1894-1901. V. of Daresbury. 
1901-5. vfof Ince, 1905-7; afterwards hcensed to preach m 
various dioceses. Lived latterly at -Ashbourne ^ Derbs^ Died 
there July 25, 1932, aged 61. (Crockford; The Guardian, 
Aug. 5, .932-) 
CLIMENSON JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 26, 1858. 
S ano h of James. B. Aug. 22. 183S, at Croyland. Lines 
School, Stamford, Lines. (Mr Gretton . Matnc. Michs .858 
LLB 1862; LL.M. 1865. Adm. at Lincoln s Inn, Jan. 29. 
186 T as 'on y s. of James, late of Croyland, Lines., deceased. 
Ord deacon: ,.864 pnest (Oxford) 1865; C. of Wargiave, 
Berks 1864-5. vTofShiplake.Oxon.,1866-1904. Surrogate 
die. of Oxford. .873-1904. Died May 7, .904. Fathe. -of 
the next. (Crockford; The Times, May 10, 1904, Scott, 
MSS.) 
CLIMENSON, SPENCER REGINALD. Adm. pens, at St John s 

Mav 1 i88q. S. of lohn (above , clerk. B. June 24 1870, at 
SWplake Oxon. School. Uppingham (Mr Turing). Electncal 

Fngiiieer. Of Lambridge Wood House, Henley-on-Thames. 
CLINT, LEONIDAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jam 28, 1832. 

Migrated to Queens', Oct. 26, .833; matnc. Mich* .833. 

Migrated as sizar to Trinity, Feb. .4, ^-Jf'n^lT,' 

1837 but did not graduate until 16 years later, B.A. i»S3. 

MA .859. Sometime Professor of Mathematics at Hoogley 

College, Calcutta. Fellow of Calcutta University, 1856. 



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Clinton, Arthur Norreys 

Principal of La Martiniere College, Lucknow. Ord. deacon, 
1859; priest (St David's) 1861. C. of Lamphey, Pembs., 
1859-61. C. of Hereford, 1861-3. C. of Presteigne, 1863-5. 
P.C. of Brock ham pton, Heref., 1865-74. V. of Lingen, 
1874-93. Resided latterly at Dewsbury. Editor of Dry den's 
Flower and Leaf; author, Conic Sections, Died July 21, 1897, 
aged 85, at Dewsburv. (Trinity Coll. Adm. Bk.; Historical 
Reg ; Scott, MSS.: the Times, July 24, 1897.) 

CLINTON or FYNES-CLINTON, ARTHUR NORREYS. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1897. M.A. 1897; incorp. from Oxford. 
Matric. (Christ Church) Oct. 18, 1869, age 19; Student, 
1869-74; B.A. (Oxford) 1873; M.A. (Oxford) 1876. [7th s. of 
Charles John, clerk, deceased, late R. of Cromwell, Notts. 
B. Nov. 18, 1850.] School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1897. 
Died July 25, 1016. Brother of Eustace (1864), Charles H. 
(1867) and Osbert F. (185S). (Al. Oxon.; Burke, P. and B., 
sub Newcastle.) 

CLINTON or FYNES-CLINTON, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Aug. 30, 1888. S. of Osbert (1858), clerk, 
R. of Barlow Moor, Manchester. [B. Aug. 14, 1868, at Ley- 
land, Lanes.] School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1S88; B.A. 1S91; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, r8g2; priest 
(Durham) 1893; C. of Ryhope, 1892-5. C. of West Hartle- 
pool, 1895-6. C. at Barlow Moor (to his father), 1897-igoi. 
V. of Leyland, Lanes., 1901-21. V. of Hollinwood, 1921-34. 
R. of Lawford, Essex, r934~. Married and had issue. (Crock- 
ford, 1939; Burke, P. and B.) 

CLINTON or FYNES-CLINTON, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. 
Fell. -Com. at St John's, May 18, 1867. S. of Charles John, 
R. of Cromwell, Notts. B- there June 5, 1S35. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matic. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 
1874. Ord. deacon, 1871; priest (Sarum) 1872; C. of Bland- 
ford, Dorset, 1872-8. Chaplain of Blandford Union, 1873. 
R. of Blandford Forum, 1876-1913. Rural Dean of Pim- 
perne (Blandford portion), 1902-13. Resided latterly at 
Parkstone, Dorset. Twice married and had issue. Died 
Julv 6,191s. Brother of Arthur N. (1897), etc. (Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. and B., sub Newcastle; Scott, MSS.) 

CLINTON or FYNES-CLINTON, EUSTACE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 3, 1864. 5th s. of Charles John, clerk, R. of 
Cromwell, Notts. B. July 4, 1S45, at Cromwell. Matric. 
Michs. r864; Scholar, 1866; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 
1S68; M.A. r872. Sometime Master at Cheam School, 
Surrey; afterwards Second Master at Grantham Grammar 
School. Head Master of Wimbome Grammar School, Dorset, 
1880-1907; for the next 20 years did examination work at 
Swanage, Haslemere and Reading. Died Jan. rr, 1928, 
aged 82, at Reading. Brother of Arthur N. (1897), etc. 
(Scott, MSS.; Burke. P. and B.) 

CLINTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 15, r822. B. in 
London. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1823-6; B.A. (13th 
Wrangler) 1826; M.A. r82g. Fellow, 1826-35. Dean, r826- 
30. Greek Lecturer, 1831. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 15, 
1826; priest, June ro, 1827. Died suddenly Apr. 14, 1835, 
when in a boat on the Cam. [Venn, 11. 185.) 

CLINTON fpost PELHAM-CLINTON-HOPE], Lord [HENRY] 
FRANCIS [HOPE] PELHAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1884. 
2nd s. of Henry Pelham Alexander, Duke of Newcastle. B. 
Feb. 3, 1866. School, Eton (Lord Francis Pelham -Clin ton). 
Matric. Lent, 1885. Of Maresfield Gardens, Hampstead. 
Assumed by Royal Licence the additional surname and arms 
of Hope, Apr. 7, 1887. Sometime Lieut., Notts. Yeomanry 
Cavalry (Sherwood Rangers). High Sheriff for Co. Monaghan, 
189 1 and 191 7. Succeeded his brother Henry Pelham 
Archibald Douglas, as 8th Duke of Newcastle, etc., May 30, 
1928. Twice married and had issue. Owner of the famous 
Hope diamond. Died at Clumber, Apr. 20, 1941. (Burke, P. 
and B.) 

CLINTON [PELHAM-CLINTON], JOHN PELHAM. Adm. Fell.- 
Com. at King's, June 27, 1772. 4th s. of Henry [Pelham- 
Clinton], Duke of Newcastle. B. T755. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1773; M.A. 1775. M.P. for East Retford, 1778- 
8r. Died Nov. 10, 1781, at Lisbon. (Fton Coll. Reg.; Burke, 
P. and B.) 

CLINTON or FYNES-CLINTON, OSBERT FYNES. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Apr. 20, 1858. S. of Charles John, clerk. B. 
Tulv 18, 1839, at Cromwell, Notts. Matric. Michs. 1858; 
Scholar, 1861; B.A. (21st Wrangler) 1862; M.A. 1867. Ord. 
deacon, 1862; priest (Canterbury) 1864; C. of Ramsgate, 
1862-4. V. of Leyland, Lanes., 1864-74. V. of Carlton-on- 
Trent, Notts., 1874-78. R. of Barlow Moor, Manchester, 
1878-1900. Died Nov. 7, 1900. Brother of Charles H. 
(1867), etc. and father of Charles E. (1888). (Burke, P. and 
B., sub Newcastle.) 

CLINTON, WILLIAM OSBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 
1867. 3rd s. of Frederick [Col., Grenadier Guards], of Ashley 
Clinton, Lymington, Hants. B. there Sept, n, 1850. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. r869; B.A. r873; M.A. r876. Ord. 
deacon (Winchester) 1875; priest (Norwich) 1877; C. of 
Southwark, 1875-6. C. of Creeling St Mary, Suffolk, 1877-8. 



Clive, Robert 

C. of Panteg, Mon., 1879 80. R. of Scaldwell, Northants., 
1S80-5. R. of Padworth, Berks., i888-r92r. Married and 
had issue. Died at Padworth, Nov. 12, 1921, aged 71. 
(Burke, P. and B., sub Newcastle.) 

CLISSOLD, CECIL HENRY. Adm. at Clare, June 16, 1887. 
S. of Henry Bayley, clerk, of St Saviour's, Bath. School, 
Monkton Combe, Bath. Matric. Michs. r887; B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest (Norwich) 1894; C. of 
Gt Yarmouth, 1892-1901. C. of Milverton, Warws., 1901-4. 
V. of St Thomas's, Scarborough, Yorks., 1904-10. V. of 
Haslemere, Surrey, 1910-28. During the Great War, Chap- 
lain to the Forces; on the Western Front, 1914-16; in 
Holland, 1918-19. V. of Maidenhead, 1928-37. V. of 
Westbury, Bucks. Died July n, 1937, at Brackley. Buried 
at Westbury. (Crockford, 1937; The Times, July 13, 1937.) 

CLISSOLD, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 1889. S. 
of William George, of Chestnut Hill, Nailsworth, Gloucs. 
B. Feb. 12, 1871, at Nailsworth. Schools, Clifton College 
and Wycliffe College, Gloucs. Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 
1889; Scholar, 1891; B.A. 1892; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 
1893); M.A. r$98. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 
1893-4; at Clifton College, 1894-1914. Served in the Great 
War (Major, R.E.; twice mentioned in despatches; D.S.O., 
1916). Killed in action, Sept. 28, 1917. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; 
Wycliffe Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

CLISSOLD, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at Clare, Dec. 15, 1814. 
[S. and h. of Stephen, Esq., of Hill House, Gloucs.] B. at 
Reading, Berks. Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 18 19; M.A. 
T822. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May n, 1819, 'age 26; of 
Clare Hall.' Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Norwich) 
Dec. 24, rS26; priest (Norwich) Oct. 19, 1828. R. of Wren- 
tham, Suffolk, 1830-53. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1848-63. 
Author, Letters ofCincinnatus; Considerations on the Trade. . . 
of th£ British Empire, etc. Died May 12, 1863, aged 73, at 
Wrentham. Father of the next. (G. Mag., 1863, 11. 108; 
Lincoln's Inn Adm. Bk.; D.N.B.) 

CLISSOLD, STEPHEN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 

2, 1843. [S. and h. of Stephen (above), clerk, of Wrentham 
rectory, Suffolk.] B. Feb. 17, 1S25, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A. 1848. Cricket 'blue,' 
1844, 1846; rowing 'blue,' 1S46. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Oct. 7, 1845. Migrated to the Inner Temple, Apr. 17, 1850. 
Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), May 3, 1850. Police 
Magistrate at Melbourne, Victoria, 1861. Stipendiary 
Magistrate and subsequently Chief Justice at Ballarat. Died 
May 26, 1898, at 4, Cambridge Villas, Cheltenham. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Eton Sch. Lists; Boose, iv. Suppl.) 

CLIVE (post HERBERT), EDWARD (1803), see HERBERT. 
CLIVE, Lord (afterwards 3rd Earl of POWIS), see HERBERT, 

EDWARD JAMES. 
CLIVE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 2, 

1867. Of Salop. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. 

CLIVE, FRANCIS (FRANK) BIDDULPH. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Mav 15, 1879. S. of Henry, proprietor of mines. B. 
May 18, 1857, at Biddulph. Matric. Michs. 1879. Ord. 
deacon 1884; priest (North Queensland) 1885; C. of Burde- 
kin, 1884-5. V. of Ingam with Halifax, Queensland, 1885- 
90. C. of Undy, Mon., 1899-1900. Held other curacies, 1900- 

3. R. of Exhall with Wixford, Warws., 1903-4. R. of 
Temora with Barmedinan and Bagdad, New South Wales, 
1905-7- R- of Burgendore, 1907-10. C. of Bodalla, 1910- 
16; retired. Disappears from Crockford, 1919-20. 

CLIVE, GEORGE ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 19, 
1821. 6th s. of William, Esq., M.P. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1835. P.C. of Clunburv, 
Salop, 1828. V. of Bishop's Castle, 1835. R. of Montford, 
1840-S1. R. of Shrawardine, 1840-81. Died unmarried 
Nov. 8, 1881. Brother of the next and William (1813). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford.) 

CLIVE, HENRY BAYLEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. it, 
r8i8. 5th s. of William, Esq. [and Elizabeth Clive, dau. of 
John Rolton]. B. 1800, at Mouton, Salop. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, July 8, 1824, as '5th s. of William, Esq., of 
Styche, Salop.' M.P. for Ludlow, 1847-52. Died unmarried 
Feb. 26, 1870, aged 70, al Styche. Brother of William (1813), 
etc. (Burke, P. and B., sub Powis.) 

CLIVE (post WINDSOR CLIVE), ROBERT. Adm. Fell I 
St John's, June 21, 1842. Of Salop. S. and h. of tl.< I 
Robert Henry (1807) [and Lady Harriet Clive, B 
Windsor]. B. June 29 (? May 24), 1824. School, 
Matric. Michs. 1842; M.A. 1845. M.P. for Ludlow, 1852-4; 
for Salop, 1854-9. Steward of the Manor of Hempholme, 
1854. Married Lady Mary Selina Louisa Bridgeman, dau. of 
the 2nd Earl of Bradford, Oct. 20, 1852. Died Aug. 4, 1859, 
at 53, Lower Grosvenor Street, London. Brother of W 
W. (1855) and father of the next. (Foster, Peerage; Burke, 
P. and B., sub Plymouth.) 



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Clive, Robert George 

CLIVE or WINDSOR-CLIVE, ROBERT GEORGE (Baron 
WINDSOR). Adm. nobleman at St John's, Feb. 2, 1875. S. 
and h. of the Hon. Robert (above). B. Aug. 27, 1857, at St 
George's, Hanover Square, London. Matric. Michs. 1875, as 
Windsor-CIive, Robt. George; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1891; Hon. 
LL.D. 1920. Mayor of Cardiff, 1895. Created Earl of 
Plymouth, Co. Devon, and Viscount Windsor of St Fagan's, 
Co. Glamorgan, Dec. iS, 1905. Sub-prior of the Order of St 
John of Jerusalem. Officer of the Legion of Honour. First 
Commissioner of Works, 1902-5. Lord-Lieut, and Custos Rot., 
Glamorgan. D.L. for Worcs. and Salop. P.C., C.B. and 
G.E.E. High Steward of the University, 1919-23. Died 
Mar. 6, 1923. (Burke, P. and B„ sub Plymouth.) 

CLIVE, ROBERT HENRY. Adm. nobleman at St John's, 
July 8, 1807. 2nd s. of Edward (Clive), Earl Powis. B. Jan. 
15, 1789. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S07; M.A. 1809; 
Hon. LL.D. 1835. M.P. for Ludlow, 1818-32; for South 
Shrops., 1832-54. Under Secretary of State for the Home 
Department, 1S1S-22. Married Harriet (Hickman), Baroness 
Windsor, dau. of Other (Hickman), Earl of Plymouth, June 
19, 1819 [when the abeyance of the Barony of Windsor 
was terminated in her favour she took the name of Windsor 
before that of Clive, by licence, Nov. 8, 1855]. Of Oakley 
Park, Salop. President of the Cambrian Archaeological 
Association, 1850. Author, Documents connected with the 
History of Ludlow and the Lord Marchers, Died Jan. 20, 1854, 
at Shrewsbury. Brother of Edward (1803); father of Robert 
(1842) and William W. (1855). (Boase; Burke, P. and B.\ 
F. A. Crisp, Notes, 11.) 

CLIVE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 1813. 2nd 
s. of William, of Leigh Hall, Salop, M.P. B. Mar. 14, 1795, 
at Stvche, Shrops. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Ord. deacon, 1S1S; priest, 1819; V. of 
Welshpool, Montgoms., 1819-65. Chaplain to the Duke of 
Northumberland, 1824. V. of Mont fort, Salop, 183 1-5. 
R. of Shrawardine, 1835. Archdeacon of Montgomery, 
1844-61. Preb. of St Asaph, 1849. Residentiary Canon of 
St Asaph, 1854-61. R. of Brymhill, 1865-83. Rural Dean. 
Married Marianne, dau. of George Toilet, of Betley Hall, 
Staffs., Oct. 28, 1820. Author, Sermons. Died Mav 24, 1883, 
at Brymhill. Brother of George A. (1821), etc. (Burke, P. 
and B., sub Powis; Foster, Peerage, [883; Scott, MSS ) 

CLIVE [WINDSOR-CLIVE], WILLIAM WINDSOR. Adm. Fell.- 
Com. at St John's, June 6, 1855. 3rd s. of The Hon. Robert 
Henry (1S07), of Oakley Park, Salop, M.P. [and Lady 
Harriet, Baroness Windsor]. B. Aug. n, 1837, at HewelL 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S55. Killed in an accident on 
the Gt Northern Railway, Sept. 24, 1857. Brother of Robert 
(184a). (Burke, P. and B., sub Plymouth.) 

CLIVE-BAYLEY, CHARLES THEOPHILUS RICHARD. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Aug. 20, 1883. S. of [Sir] Edward [Clive 
Bayley, K.C.S.I.], of The Wilderness, Ascot, Berks. B. 
Nov. 20, 1S64, at Calcutta. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1883. Entered the Colonial Audit Department, Somerset 
House, 1889. Private Secretary to the Comptroller and 
Auditor-General, 189 1-4. Treasurer of the Niger Coast 
Protectorate, 1894. Served in the Benin Campaign, 1897. 
British Consul at New York, 189Q-1908; at Warsaw, 1908- 
13. Visiting Consular Officer for Russia. Consul-General at 
Moscow, 1913-15. Returned to New York as Consul General, 
1915; retired, 1919 Died Jan. 20, 1923, at Windsor. {Harrow 
Sch. Reg.\ The Times, Jan. 24, 1923.) 

CLIVE-BELL, ARTHUR CLIVE HEWARD, see BELL, A. C. H. 

CLODE, CHARLES MATHEW. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Aug. 18, 1871. S. of Charles Matthew, lawyer, of 
London [legal undersecretary, 1876-80, C.B.]. B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1871. Died Mar. 31, 1876, aged 23, at 47, 
Phillimore Gardens, W. Kensington. {The Guardian, Apr. 5, 
iS;6.) 

CLONMELL, THOMAS, Earl of (1S01), see SCOTT. 

CLOSE, ARTHUR WILFRID MILLS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
li sus, Oct. r, 1875. Of Yorks. S. of Robert Shaw, clerk. 
B. at Newton-le-Willows, Yorks. School, Rossall. Matric. 
Michs. rS75; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1880; 
priest (Ripon) 18S1; C. of Kirkby-Ravensworth, Yorks., 
1880-3. Held other curacies, 1883-90. V. of Hutton Magna, 
1890-1922. Lie. pr., dio. Ripon, 1922-34. Of 35, Stanhope 
Road, Darlington. Died there Oct. 11, 1936, aged 80. 
Buried at Hutton Magna. (Crockford, 1934; The Times, 
Oct. 13, 1936.) 

CLOSE, CHARLES ALEXANDER GRANVILLE. Adm. (age 20) 
at Trinity Hall, 1883. S. of Charles S., of Australia. B. 
Sept. 1, 1863. Schools, Repton and King William's College, 
Isle of Man. Matric. Lent, 1884. At the R.M.C-, Sandhurst; 
Lieut., S. Staffs. Regt., 1886; Capt. Secretary of the Shang- 
hai Club, in 1927. (King William's Coll. Reg.) 

CLOSE, CHARLES BARRY. Adm. pens, (age iS) at Jesus, Oct. 
1, 1880. S. of Tohn Forbes, clerk, of Morne rectory, Kilkcel, 
Ireland. B. Feb. 16 1862, at Kilkeel. School, Cheltenham 



Close, John Charles 

College. Matric. Michs. 1880. At the R.M.C., Sandhurst, 
1681-2; Lieut., 9th Norfolk Regt., 1882; Adjutant, 1890-4; 
Capt., 1890; Major, 1903; retired, 1907. Served in the 
Burmese Expedition, 1887-9. Married and had issue. Died 
Mar. 17, igoS, at Kilkeel, Co. Down. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Burke, /. G.) 
CLOSE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 29, 1816. 
4th s. of Henry Jackson (1794), clerk, of Somerset. B. July 
11, 1797, near Frome, Somerset. School, Merchant Taylors". 
Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar, 1817; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1824; 
D.D. (Lambeth) 1856. Ord. deacon, 1S20; priest (Lichfield 
and Coventry) 1821; C. of Church Lawford, Warws., 1820-2. 
C. of Willesden and Kingsbury, 1822-4. C. at Cheltenham, 
Gloucs., 1824-6. P.C. there, 1826-56; during his 30 years' 
ministry at Cheltenham he caused five churches to be erected 
and was one of the founders of Cheltenham College. R. of 
Hatford, Berks., 1832-6. Dean of Carlisle, 1856-81. P.C. 
of St Mary's, Carlisle, 1865-8. Built several churches and 
schools in Carlisle. A popular Evangelical preacher. Dean 
Close School, Cheltenham, was founded in his memory. 
Married (1) Anne Diana, 3rd dau. of Rev. John Arden, of 
Longcroft Hall, Stafford, 1820, and had issue; (2) Mary 
Antrim, widow of David Hodgson, Dec. 2, 1SS0. Author, 
controversial, etc. Bitterly opposed to horse racing and the 
theatre. Died Dec. iS, 1SS2, at Penzance. Buried at Carlisle. 
{D.N.B.; Gloucs. N. and Q., in.) 
CLOSE, HENRY CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 28, 
1834. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1839. Ord. deacon, 1839; 
priest, 1841; C. of Breedon-on-the-Hill. Leics., 1842-6. C. 
of Worthington, 1847-58. R. of Puttenham, Herts., 1S58-S6. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1887. 
CLOSE, HENRY GASKELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 5, 
1855. Did not reside. Adm. at Emmanuel, Oct. 17, 1S55. 
M.itric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1864. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Jan. 29, 1867, as 's. and h. of James, mer- 
chant, late of Naples.' Called to the Bar, 1S71. Brother of 
John B. (1S68) and James B. (1S70). (Foster, Men at the 
Bar.) 
CLOSE, HENRY JACKSON. Adm. at Emmanuel, Oct. 10, 1794 ; 
B \ i7qs incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 1705. S. of Henry, 
clerk, of Ipswich. Matric. (Oriel College) Oct. 18, 1771, age 
18; B.A. (St Marv Hall) 1775. R. of Carleton St Peter, 
Norfolk, i7S4-iSor. R. of Hitcham, Suffolk. 1789-1S01. 
R. of Bentworth, Hants., 1801-6. R. of Bignor, Sussex, 
1802-6. A distinguished agriculturist; wrote tracts on 
pastoral pursuits. Died Apr. 1806, at Bristol. Brother of 
John M. (1767) and father of Francis (1816). {G. Mag., 1806, 
1. 484; Boase.) 
CLOSE, HERBERT SKILLICORN. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Oct. 1, 
1894. S.of Thomas, V. of Wetton, Staffs. B. July 4, 1874, at 
Aston, near Birmingham. School, King William's College, 
Isle of Man (Mr F. W. Walters). Exhibitioner, 1894; matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1902; 
priest (London) 1903; C. of St Miehael-at-Bowes, London, 
1902-4. C. of Ashtead, Surrey, 1904-6. C. of Shirley, 1906-8. 
Hospitaller of St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. V. of 
St Bartholomew-the-Less, 1908-17. Head Master of Brighton 
College Preparatory School, 1917-24. Died Sept. 20, 1924, 
at Ascot. (King ]\'illiar>''s Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 
CLOSE, JAMES BROOKS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 
1870. S. of James, of Antibes, France [formerly of Naples; 
died, Dec. iS, 1S65, at Antibes]. B. July 31, 1851, at Man- 
chester. Schools, Oakham and Wellington College. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Rowing 'blue,* 1872, 
1873, 1874; President, 1873. Coached innumerable Cam- 
bridge crews and had a profound effect on Cambridge rowing. 
Landowner and investment agent in Iowa and Minnesota, 
U.S.A. Manager of Lloyds Bank, Malvern, for many years. 
Died Julv 31, 1910, at Northdown, Margate. Brother of 
William B. (1S72), the next and Henry G. (1855). [For a 
memoir of his father see G. Mag., 1866, 1. 156.] (The Times, 
Aug. 6, 1910.) 
CLOSE [post CLOSE-BROOKS], JOHN BROOKS. Adm. pens. 
at Trinity, Jan. 13, 1868. S, of James, of Antibes, France. 
[B. June 9, 1850, at Naples, Italy.] Matric. Michs. 1868; 
B.A. 1S72; M.A. 1S77. Rowing 'blue.' 1S71, 1872. Entered 
the banking linn of Cunliffes, Brooks and Co., Manchester; 
partner, 1888. Of Birtles Hall, Chelford, Cheshire. J. P. 
High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1911- A Director of the Lanes, 
and Yorks. Railway. Assumed the additional surname of 
Brooks, Feb. 14, 1889. Died Mar. 20, 1914, at Birtles Hall. 
Brother of the above, etc. and father of the next. (Fox-Davies.) 
CLOSE or CLOSE-BROOKS, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 29, 1895. S. of John (above), of Birtles Hall, 
Chelford, Cheshire. B. June 18, 1876, at Eccles. Lanes. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1895. Served in the South 
African War (Imperial Yeomanry (22nd Cheshire Company)), 
afterwards in the 6th Dragoon Guards until 1904. Served 
in the Great War (Lieut., Life Guards). Killed in action, 
Oct. 30, 1914, at Zundvoorde. (Univ. War List.) 



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Close, John Lawton 

CLOSE, JOHN LA WTON. Adm. pens, age 17) at Caius, May 3, 
1805. S. of John, R. of Wetheringsett, Suffolk. B. at Ipswich. 
Schools, Bungay (Mr Houghton) and Beccles (Mr Girdlestone) . 
Matric. Michs. 1805; Scholar, 1S05-9. Died July 15, 1821, 
aged 34, at Yarmouth. Buried at Yoxford. (Venn, n. 145.) 

CLOSE, JOHN MARGERUM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Km 
Manuel, July ir, 1767. S. of Henry, clerk, M.A. B. at 
Ipswich. School, Wyverston (Mr Steggall). Matric. Lent, 
1768; Scholar, 1768; LL.B. 1774. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, 
Litt. dim. from Norwich) June 11, 1772; priest (Norwich) 
June 12, 1774; C. of Barham and of Coddenham, Suffolk, 
i774- R- of Wetheringsett with Brockford, 1774-91. Brother 
of Henry J. (1794). 

CLOSE, ROBERT WELLS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1S66. Of Middlesex. S. of John Robert, master-mariner. 

B. Nov. 5, 1S44, at Stepney, Middlesex. [Bapt. Aug. 25, 
1847.] School, St Bees Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1866; B. A. 
1870; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Sarum) 1871; 

C. of AJdboume, Wilts., 1870-2. C. of Winterslow, 1872-4. 
C. of Pidley, Hunts., 1875-82. V. of Pondsbridge. 1882-9. 
R. of Conington, Cambs., 1889-1900. R. of Childerley, 
1890-1900. V. of Littleport, 1900-13; deprived of his bene- 
fice by the Bishop of Ely under the Clergy Discipline Act, 
Aug. i, 191 3; the matter resulted in lengthy legal proceedings 
before the Chancellor of the diocese and the Dean of Arches. 
Died Mar. 4, r927, at Park Royal Hospital. Buried in Willes- 
den cemetery. {Scott, MSS.; J. B. Broomell; The Times, 
July 10 and 11, 1913; Cambridge Daily Neu>s, Aug. 1913.) 

CLOSE, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 19, 
1S2S. Did not reside. Adm. at Queens', May 1, 1828. Of 

Middlesex. S. of , Major, R.A., and nephew of Francis 

(1816), P.C. of Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832. 
P.C. of Copt Oak, Markfield, Leics., 1838-52. P.C. of St 
Paul's, Woodhouse Eaves, 1838-52. Died there Dec. 18, 
1S52, aged 42. (G. Mag., 1S53, 1. 327.) 

CLOSE, WILLIAM BROOKS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 12, 
1872. S. of James, of Antibes, France. [B. May 6, 1S53, at 
Naples, Italy.] School, Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 
1872; B.A. 1876. Rowing 'blue,' 1875, 1876, 1877; President, 
1876. In business in London; founder of the City firm of 
Close Brothers and Co., of Moorgate. Went to America and 
settled in Iowa; with others developed land in Iowa, Minne- 
sota, Kansas and Oklahoma. Connected with the Klondike 
gold rush; later acquired, with his partners, the Shipley 
collieries in Derbs. Of Henley-on-Thames. Died Sept. 25, 
1923, at Yarmouth. Buried at Nuffield, near Henley. 
Brother of James B. (1870), etc. (Wellington Coll. Reg.\ The 
Times, Sept. 27, 1923.) 

CLOUGH, ARTHUR HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1879. S. and h. of Arthur (Hugh), of Embley Park, Romsey, 
Hants. [B. Dec. 16, 1859, at 21, Campden Hill Road, 
London.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; Exhibitioner; 
Scholar, r88i; (Class. Trip., 1st Class, 1881; Moral Sci. Trip., 
1st CIa"ss, 1883); B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 20, 1883, age 23. Examiner, Education Dept. Of 
Castle-top, Ringwood, Hants. Died May 21, 1943- (The 
Times, May 24, 1943.) 

CLOUGH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 26, 1795- 
Matric. Michs. 1800. 

CLOUGH, CHARLES BUTLER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
July 4, 1810. [4th s. of Roger, Canon of St Asaph.] B. 1793. 
at Eriviatt, Co. Denbigh. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1811; Scholar. Migrated to St John's, Mar. 25, 1812; B.A. 
1815; M.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (St Asaph) Apr. 1816; priest, 
Sept. 1817; C. of Mold, Flints., 1816-24; V. there, 1825-44. 
R. of Llanferras, Co. Denbigh, 1821. Chaplain to the 
Marchioness of Cornwallis. Archdeacon of St Asaph, 1844- 
54; Hon. Canon, 1849-54; Dean and Chancellor, 1854-9. 
Married Margaret Sydney, dau. of Edward Jones, of Wepre 
Hall. Author, Sermons. Died s.p. Sept. 4, 1859, at the 
deanery, St Asaph. Brother of Roger B. (1802). (Peile, 11. 
366; Boose; Burke, L.G.) 

CLOUGH, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 29, 1871. S. of Thomas William, solicitor. B. Dec. 23, 
1852, at Huddersfield. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1871; 
Scholar, 1874; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class, 1874); B.A. 1875; 
M.A. r878. Joined the Geological Survey as temporary 
assistant geologist, 1875; Geologist, 1896; District Geologist, 
1902. Worked eight years in the North of England and Tees 
Valley. Transferred to Scotland. District Geologist of the 
Geological Survey for Scotland. Awarded the Murchison 
medal. 1906. Hon. LL.D. (St Andrews) 1916. Author, 
The Geological Structure of the North West Highlands, etc. 
Died Aug. 27, 1916, aged 63, in the Royal Infirmary, Edin- 
burgh, having been run over by a train while examining a 
section of the railway. (R. F. Scott; The Eagle.) 

CLOUGH, CYRIL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, June 25, 1757- 
S. of Robert (1717), of Feltwell, Norfolk. B. there. School, 



Clough -Taylor, Edward 

Ely (Mr Gunning). Scholar, 1757-62; matric. Easter, 1759; 
B.A. 1761. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Kinhester) 
Feb. 27, r763; priest (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1764; C.of Southery, 
Norfolk, 1764. R. of Gaywood, 1782-1805. V. of Str .. 
1794-1805. Died Dec. ir, 1805. M.I. at Feltwell. Brother of 
Robert (1755) and father of the next. (Venn, 11. 73.) 

CLOUGH, CYRIL. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 18) at Caius, May 13, 
1802. S. of Cyril (above), R. of Gaywood, Norfolk. B. at 
Feltwell. Schools, Lynn (Dr Lloyd) and Bury (Mr Hasted). 
Matric. Michs. 1803. Died Feb. 28, 1805. (Venn, 11. 138.) 

CLOUGH, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, Jan. 21, 

i860. S. of George, of Liverpool. Did not reside. One, 

George Thomas Clough, matric. from Queen's College, 

' Oxford, Oct. 7, 1859, age 18, as s. of Thomas George, gent., of 

Liverpool. (A I. Oxon.) 

CLOUGH, GERRARD. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Mar. 12, 
1773. B. at Belton, Isle of Axholme, Lines. Matric, Michs. 
1773; LL.B. 1780. R. of Little Gidding, Hunts., 1792-1831. 
C. of Glatton and of Holme for 40 years. Died Mar. I, 1831, 
at Glatton, aged 76. M.I. in chancel floor at Glatton. (G. 
Mag., 1831, I. 378.) 

CLOUGH, HENRY TAYLOR. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 29 

1863. S. of , of Tinwell, Rutland. B. there Jan. 24 

1844. Matric. Michs. 1863. Ensign, 1st West India Regt., 
1870; Lieut., 1871. Died 1875. (Venn, n. 362.) 

CLOUGH, HOWELL POWELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, 
June 20, 1807. 2nd s. of Thomas, R. of Denbigh. B. there. 
School, Ruthin. Matric. Michs. 1807; Scholar, 1808. Married 
Barbara Westropp, of Limerick. (Peile, 11. 359; Burke, L.G., 
ed. 1862.) 

CLOUGH, HUGH. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 6, 1764. 6th s. of Hugh, of Plas Clough, Co. 
Denbigh. [Bapt. June 25, 1746, at Llandyr Nog, Denbs.] 
Matric. Michs. 1764. Died of small-pox, June 7, 1765- 
Buried in the College chapel. Brother of Powell (i75 8 )- 
(Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

CLOUGH, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, Oct. 
16, 1785. S. of James, of Leicester. School, Leicester. 
Matric. Michs. 1786; Scholar; B.A. 1790. The Rev. James 
Clough, of Leicester, died suddenly July 12, 1810. (G. Mag.) 

CLOUGH, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 20, 
1820. S. of John William [of Oxton Hall and Newbald, 
Yorks.]. B. 1803, at Tadcaster, Yorks. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1820. Banker, of Clifton House, York, and 
of Newbald Hall, Brough. J. P. for Yorks. Married Rosina, 
dau. of Admiral Cumberland, 1833, and had issue. Died 
Jan. 12, 1865, aged 61, at York. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 
1865, 1. 261; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

CLOUGH, JOHN HENRY GORE. Adm. sizar at Queens', Aug. 

22, 1836. [Perhaps s. of Henry Gore Clough, surgeon, Army 

Medical Service; died Apr. 20, 1838.] B. June 14, 1814. 

School, Westminster. Migrated to Trinity, Apr. 10, 1837; 

matric. Easter, 1837. Migrated thence to Christ's, Jan. 24, 

1838; B.A. 1845. (Record of Old Westminsters; Peile, n. 

462.) 
CLOUGH, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 1, 

1887. S. of Benjamin. B. Dec. 5, 1867, at Pudsey, Yorks. 

School, Leeds Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; 

M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Ripon) 1892; C. of St 

Chrysostom, Bradford, 1891-7. P.C. of Bolton Woods, 

Bradford, 1898-1907. R. of St Peter's, Manchester, 1907-15. 

R. of Nunnev, Somerset, 1915-35- Died (?) 1935. (Peile, 11. 

736.) 
CLOUGH, POWELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Mar. 30, 

1758. S. of Hugh, of Plas Clough, Denbighs. [and Catherine, 
dau. of Henrv Powell, of Glan-y-wern]. B. at Glan-y-wern, 
Denbighs. School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1759'. Scholar, 

1759. Probably died young. Brother of Hugh (1764)- 
(Peile, 11. 265.) 

CLOUGH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. 7. 
1755. S. and h. of Robert (1717), of Feltwell, Norfolk. B. 
there. School, Ely (Mr Gunning). Matric. Easter, i75 6 - 
Died v. p. Brother of Cyril (i757)- (Venn, n. 71.) 

CLOUGH, ROGER [BUTLER]. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, 
Nov. 4, 1802; re-adm. May 4, 1812. Previously matric. 
(Oriel College, Oxford) Apr. 26, 1800, age 18, as Roger. 
S. of Roger, Canon of St Asaph. B. 1782. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1812. R. of II 
(2nd portion), Denbighs., 1807-. V. of Corwen, Merioneths., 
1811-30. Married Amelia Maria, dau. of R. Price, Esq., of 
Khiwlas, Merioneths. Died 1830. Brotherof CharlesB. (1810). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Al. Oxon.; Burke, L.G., :93 ( >; (t - M*8- 
1930, a. 377) 

CLOUGH-TAYLOR, EDWARD, see TAYLOR, EDWARD 
CLOUGH. 



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Clover, Alan 

CLOVER, ALAN. Adm. peas, al Christ's, Jan. 28, 1892. S. of 
Joseph Thomas [surgeon, F.R.C.S., of London; died Sept. 7, 
1882]. B. Ian. 31, 1873, in London. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 
1901: priest (London) 1903; C. of All Saints', S. Acton, 
Middlesex, 1901-3. C. of Holv Innocents, Homsey, 1903- 
8. C. of St John's, Potters Bar, 1908^. V. of Antony 
Torpoint, Cornwall, 1909-16. R. of Woolstaston. Salop, 
1919-29. R. of Strethall, Essex, 1930-6. Of Pentlowe, 270, 
Hills Road, Cambridge. [Pale, 11. 773; Crockjord, 1939.) 
CLOVER, AUSTIN LESLIE. Adm. at Pembroke. Oct. 1897. 
[3rd s. of George Robert, shipbuilder and engineer.] B. May 
6, 1879, at Birkrnhea.l School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 
1897. Lieut., R.A. Died Sept. 1912. Brother of the next. 
{Uppingham Sch. Reg.) 
CLOVER, GUY SANDERSON. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
2nd s. of George Robert, shipbuilder. B. Feb. 5, 1875, at 
Birkenhead. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Shipbuilder. Of Plas Gwyn, near 
Ruthin, North Wales. Brother of the above. 
CLOVER, HARRY. Adm. at King's, Apr. 19. 1893. S. of 
Joseph Thomas, F.R.C.S., of 3, Cavendish Place, London. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Easter, 1893; B.A. 1898. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Mar. 27, 1896. Called to the Bar, 1906. 
On the Western Circuit. Served in the South African War, 
1900-1 (Lieut.. 4th Staffs. Regt.). Died Dec. 1, 1923, ■ ■ I 
consumption, at Papworth Sanatorium. {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.) 
CLOVER, JOHN PETERSON. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Caius, 
May 9, 1846. S. and h. of John Wright, Esq. B. at Aylsham, 
Norfolk School, Ipswich. Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 
1847-53; Prizeman; B.A. (19/* Wrangler) 1850; M.A. 1855. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 17, 1856. Called to the Bar, 
1859. Special Pleader. On the South Eastern Circuit. Known 
in the College for having made the last appeal to the Visitors, 
just before the alteration of the Statutes. Died Aug. 3, 1883, 
aged 60, at Bayfield, Beckenham, Kent. {Venn, 11. 275.) 
CLOVES, WILLIAM PICKERING. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Apr. 15. 1842. S. of Peter, of The Rookery, Wood- 
ford. Essex. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1845, 1S46. Died Sept. 25, 1849, at Brighton. 
(G. Mag., 1849. 11. 557.) 
CLOWES, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 21, 1858. S. 
of John Ellis, of the Inner Temple, London. [B. Feb. 10, 
1840, in London.] School, Cheam, Surrey (Mr Shepheard). 
Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, i860; B.A. (181* Wrangler) 
1S62; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Lichfield) 1864; 
C. of Handsworth, 1865. Held other curacies, 1865-71- V. 
of Clee St Margaret, Salop, 1872-95. Lived latterly at 
Kingston-on-Thames. Disappears from Crockjord, 1905. 
CLOWES, EDWARD Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 8, 1866. S. 
of William. B. Oct. 26, 1846, at Banstead, Surrey. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873- Ord. 
deacon (Worcester) 1S69; priest (Bath and Wells) 1870; 
C. of Bromsgrove, Worcs., 1869-70. C. of Chilton Cantelo, 
Somerset, 1870-5. C. of Bishop's Sutton, 1875-6; P.C. there, 
1876-83. V. of "Legboume, Lines.. 1883-8. C. of Hastings, 
1889-92. C. ot St Leonards-on-Sea, 1892-8; R. there, 189S- 
1 in 2. Resided latterly at Colworth. P.cxhill-on-Sea. Died 
there Mar. 31, 1914. aged 67. {Crockford; The Times, Apr. 2, 
1914.) 
CLOWES, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 7, 1858. S. 
of George, of 57, Russell Square, London. B. Apr. 13, 1840, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Mifhs. 1S59; B.A. 1863; 
M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon, 1864; priest (Winchester) 1865; 
C. of Christ Church, Surbiton, 1864-70. V. of Fordcombe, 
Kent, 1870-87. R. of Haves, 1887-1918. Hon. Canon of 
Rochester, 1914-18. Died Nov. 18, 1918. {Crockjord; Tlie 
Times, Nov. 20, 1918.) 
CLOWES, JAMES LOW. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 24, 1868. 
School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. 
Assistant Master .it the City of London School, 1872-4. 
Drowned Aug. 1874, at Whitby. [City of London Sch. Reg.) 
CLOWES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 10, 
1761. [4th s. of Joseph, barrister-at-law, of Ardwick, Lanes.] 
B. Oct. 31, 1743. Schools, Salford and Manchester (but not 
found in the Manchester Sch. Reg). Matric. Easter, 1762; 
Scholar, 1762; Prizeman; B.A. {8th Wrangler) 1766; M.A. 
1769. Fellow, 1767. Ord. deacon (London) Feb. 28, 1768; 
priest, May 21, 1769; V. of St John's, Manchester, r 569-1 831. 
Studied the writings of Emanuel Swcdcnborg and adopted 
his views, but retained the living in spite of opposition. 
Founded a Swedenborgian printing society, 1780. Issued 
translations of works of Swedenborg, 1781-1816. Lived 
latterly at Leamington and Warwick, engaging in literary 
work. For an appreciation of his life and character see G. 
Mag., 1831, II. 87. Author, Memoir (autobiographical); 
Sermons, etc. Died May 29, 1831. Buried at St John's, 
Manchester. Brother of Richard (1755). {D.N. B.; G. Mag., 
1831, 11. 87). 



Clowes, Samuel 

CLOWES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 4, 1767. 
S. of Thomas, of Manchester. School, Salford, Lanes. (Mr 
Clayton). Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1768; B.A. 1771; 
M.A. 1774. Ord. deacon (Elv) Sept. 21. 1776; priest, Sept. 
21, 1777. V. of Trinity Church, Salford, 1787-1818. V. of 
Eccles, 1792-1S18. C. of Ellenbrook Chapel, 1792- Die<1 
Mar. 2r, 1818. Father of Thomas (1799)- {Victoria Co. Hist., 
Lanes., IV. 360; G. Mag.) 

CLOWES, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 18, 1794- 
2nd s. of Samuel (1768), of Manchester. B. May 1, 1777- 
Schools, Leeds (Mr Whiteley) and Winwick Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1794; B.A. 1799; M.A. 1805. Fellow of 
Manchester Collegiate Church, 1809-33. R. of Grindon, 
Staffs., 1816-36. A Governor of Bury Grammar School, 
1821-33. Of Broughton Old Hall, near Manchester. Suc- 
ceeded to the family estates in 1833. Gave the valuable site 
and endowment for the Church of St John-the-Evangehst, at 
Broughton. A keen horticulturist; left his fine collection of 
orchidaceous plants to the Roval Gardens, Kensington. A 
collector of works of art, pictures, etc. Died unmarried 
Sept. 28, 1846, at Broughton Hall. M.I. at Broughton. 
Brother of Samuel (1703)- {Fellows of Manchester Collegiate 
Church, Pt 11; Chelliam Soc. Publ., xxm; G.Mag., 1847, 1.87.) 

CLOWES, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Christ's, Oct. 
30, 1754. S. of lonathan. B. at Alton, Staffs. School, 
Alton. Matric Michs 1755; Scholar, 1755- Appears in study 
rents till Lady Day, 1760. Perhaps father of Joshua M. 
(1785). (Peile, 11. 259.) 

CLOWES, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 20, 1762. B. at 
Uttoxeter, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1763; LL.B. 1768. V. of 
High Offley, Staffs., 1786-1812. 

CLOWES (post MIDDLETON), JOSHUA MIDDLETON. Adm. 
pens, (age 17) at Trinity, lune 23, 1785. S. of Jonathan 
(? 1754), of Hanley, Staffs. School, Edinburgh (Dr Adam). 
Matric. Michs. 1787. Migrated to Tesus, Feb. 21, 178S, 'of 
Suffolk'; B.A. 1790. R. of Walkington, Yorks., 1792-1808. 

CLOWES, PETER LEGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July n, 1872. 
S. and h. of John, of Burton Court, Pembridge, Heref., and 
sometime of Wardour Lodge, Sunningdale, Berks. B. Aug. 
30, 1S53, at Egbeth. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1872. 
Entered the Annv (8th Hussars) 1875; served in Afghanistan, 
1879-80; Major, 18S5; commanded Sth Hussars, 1897-1901. 
Served in the South African War, 1900-1 (Lieut. -Col.; 
retired). Of Burton Court, Leominster, Heref. J. P. and 
D.L. High Sheriff, 1921. Lord of the Manor of Burton. 
C B , 1900. Married and had issue. Died Feb. 23, 1925. 
(Burke, ZG.; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

CLOWES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 22, 
1755. S. of Joseph, of Ardwick, Lanes. B. Oct. 21, 1736. 
Schools, Manchester and Salford (Rev. J. Clavton). Matric. 
Easter, 1755; Scholar, 1756; B.A. (15'* Wrangler) 1759: 
M.A. 1762. Fellow, 1760. Chaplain of the Collegiate Church, 
Manchester, 1764-5; Fellow, 1764-5. Died June :o. 1765, 
of a malignant fever. Buried at the Collegiate Church. 
Brother of John (1761). {Manchester Sch. Reg.; Fellows of 
Manchester Collegiate chunk.) 

CLOWES, RICHARD PERCY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of R., Esq., of Hassocks, Sussex. B.Jan. II, 
1868. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A 1890; Exhibitioner, 1801. 
Barrister (Middle Temple) 1893. On the South Eastern 
Circuit. Adm. Solicitor, 1S98. Of 12, Serjeant's Inn, Temple, 
E C. and of Surbiton, Surrey (Nve, Moreton and Clowes). 
{T. A. Walker, 595; The Law List,' 1936.) 

CLOWES, RORERT. Adm. pens, at Magdalene, Oct. 16, 1809. 
S. of Charles, of Delaford Park, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 1809; 
Scholar, 1810; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814. Ord. deacon, 1813; 
priest, 1814. V. of Nether Knutsford, Cheshire, 1824-64. 
Married Catherine, dau. of Thomas Jee, V. of Thaxted, 
Essex. Died Oct. 13, 1864, aged 76. Brother of William 
(1808). (Burke, L.G., 1862; G. Mag., 1864, 11. 662.) 

CLOWES. SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 21, 
1768. S. and h. of Samuel, of Manchester. B. 1750. School, 
Manchester (MrLawson). Matric. Lent, 1768; Scholar, 1768; 
(', \ 1--.' 111 Broughton, Lanes. Sheriff of Lanes., 1777. 
Capt. of the Lanes. Militia, 1778; Lieut. -Col. of the Royal 
Lanes. Fencibles. Married Margaret, dau. of John Tipping, 
Esq . of M in' hester, Feb. 10, 1774. Died Oct. 5, 1799, aged 
49. Buried in Manchester Collegiate Church. Father of John 
(1794) and Samuel (next). {Mom luster Sth. Reg.; Foster, 
Lams. Families.) 

CLOWES, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Jan. 3, 
1793. S. of Samuel (above), of Manchester. B. 1775- School, 
(Rev. Thos. Starkie's), Blackburn, Lanes. Of Broughton, 
Lanes., and of Warmsworth Hall, Yorks. High Sheriff, 1809. 
Married Dulcibella, dau. of James Wilkinson, Esq., of New- 
castle, 1801. Died s.p. July 22, 1811. Brother of John 
(1794). (Burke, L.G., 1925; Foster, Lams. Pedigrees.) 



Clowes, Thomas 

CLOWES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1799. S. of John (1767), V. of Eccles, Lanes. School. Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1800; B.A. 1S04; M.A. 1807. In Holy Orders. 
Lived at Eccles, and later at Stone, Staffs. Died Oct. 25, 
184S, aged 66, at Hanbury Hall, Worcs. (G. Mag., 1848, 11. 
663.) 
CLOWES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 11, 1818. Of 
Caistor, Norfolk. [Doubtless s. and h. of Thomas, solicitor, 
of Gt Yarmouth, who also held the Manors of Caistor Pastons 
and Caistor Bardolf.] Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. (i5<* 
Wrangler) 1823; M.A. 1826. Fellow, 1825. Ord. deacon, 
1824; priest (Norwich) June 19, 1825. P.C. of St Mary's 
Chapel. Gt Yarmouth, 1830. Head Master of a Proprietary 
school at Gt Yarmouth, 1833-41. R. of St Lawrence, Nor- 
folk, 1S44-50. V. of Ashbocking, Suffolk, 1849-62. Died 
Feb. 27, 1S62, aged 61, at Ashbocking. (C. J. Palmer, Gt 
Yarmouth, 11. 380; in. 272-3.) 
CLOWES, WESTON SYDNEY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 4, 
1890. S. of Josiah, clerk, of Weston rectory, Beccles. Suffolk. 
B. there Jan. 29, 1871. School, St John's, Leatherhead (Mr 
Rutty). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. 
CLOWES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 30, 1808. 
[S. of Charles, of Delaford Park, Bucks.] Matric. Michs. 
1808; B.A. 1S12; M.A. 1815. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 
1812. Migrated to the Middle Temple, May 6, 1814. Called 
to the Bar, 1818. Married Ann, dau. of John Legh, Esq., of 
Norburv, Booth's Hall, Cheshire. Died Apr. 21, 1855, aged 
64, in Bedford Place, London. Brother of Robert (1S09). 
(G. Mag., 1855, 1. 660.) 
CLUBB, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Emmanuel, June 28, 
1753. S. of James, farmer. B. at Hoxne, Suffolk. School, 
Wyverstone (Mr Steggals). Matric. Michs. 1753; B.A. 1757. 
CLUBBE, CHARLES WHISHAW. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 1, 1841. Of Suffolk. S. of James, of Earlsham. B. 
Oct. 5, 1823. School, North Walsham (Rev. S. Rees). 
Matric. Michs. 1S41; Scholar, 1844; B.A. (zist Wrangler) 
1845; M.A. 1848. Ord. deacon, 1S47; priest (Norwich) 
1848; C. of Palgrave, Suffolk, 1847-51. V. of Hughenden, 
Bucks., 1851-68. R. of Sigelesthome, 1868-S6. Author, 
Sermon. Died July iS, 1886, aged 62, at Sigglesthome. 
[His son, Henrv Henchman, was at Oxford; matric. Non- 
Coll. Oct. 11, 1879, age 19; B.A. 1883.] Doubtless brother of 
the next. (R. F. Scott; Crockford.) 
CLUBBE. JAMES HENCHMAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 13, 1837. Of Suffolk. [Doubtless s. of James, of Earls- 
ham.] School, North Walsham (Mr S. Rees). Matric. Michs. 
1837; Scholar, 1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon, 
1842; priest (Norwich) 1844. C. of Rovdon, Norfolk, 184S- 
60. C. of Langford, 1861-75. R- of Benwell, 1874-90. Died 
there Apr. 18, 1890, aged 71. Doubtless brother of above. 
(Scott, MSS.) 
CLUBBE or CLUBB, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, 
July 8, 1762. 7th s. of John, R. of Whatfield, Suffolk. B. 
there. [Bapt. Apr. 16, 1745.] Schools, Lavenham (Mr 
Coulter) and Hacknev, Middlesex (Mr Newcombe). Matric. 
Michs. 1762, as Clubbe; Scholar, 1762-8; LL.B. 1769. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) July 12, 1767; priest (London, Lilt. dim. 
from Norwich) May 21, 1769; C. of Whatfield, Suffolk, 1767. 
R. of Flowton, 1769. V. of Brandeston, 1770-1814. Married 
Mary, dau. of Rev. William Henchman, of Brandeston, 
Suffolk. Author, miscellaneous. Died s.p. Oct. 16, 1814. 
M.I. at Brandeston. (Venn, n. 80; D.N.B.) 
CLUCAS, GEORGE FREDERICK (1888), see CLARKE. 
CLUCAS, JOHN DONALD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct 1, 1888. S. and h. of John Thomas, lawver, deceased, of 
the Isle of Man. [B. Apr. 1869. at Douglas.] School, Upping- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1919. Of the 
Middle Temple. Barrister (English and Manx bars). A 
member of the House of Keys. Advocate. Of 46, Atholl 
Street, Douglas, and Thornhill, Ramsey, Isle of Man. 
(Uppingham' Sch. Reg.) 
CLUDDE, EDWARD. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, May 2, 
1801. S. and h. of William (Pemberton), Esq., of Orleton, 
Salop, (assumed the surname and arms of Cludde only). 
Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 1805; M.A. 1808. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, May 4, 1805. Of Orleton and Wrockwardine. 
Salop. Succeeded his father, Aug. 26, 1829. Married Catherine 
Harriett, dau. of Gen. Sir William Cockburn, Bart., of 
Cockburn. May 6, 1828. Died s.p.m. Nov. 29, 1840, aged 57, 
at Orleton. [St John's Coll. Adm.; Burke, L.G., 1862.) 
CLUTTERBUCK, HENRY [ROBERT]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Peterhouse, July 4, 1827, as Robert {sic). Of Herts. S. of 
Peter, of Red Hall, Watford. B. Nov. 22, 1809. School, 
Harrow, as Henry. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 
1836; incorp. at Oxford, 1858. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1834; priest (Lincoln) 1834; V. of Kempston, Beds., 1835-46. 
V. of Buckland Dinham, Somerset, 1848-83. Rural Dean of 
Frome, 1846. Preb. of Wells. Married Louisa, dau. of 



Clutton, Henry 

Charles Butler, of Bruton Street, London, at St Pancras, 
Middlesex, June 23, 1835, and had issue. Died Dec. 18, 1883, 
aged 74, at the Cloisters, Bath. (T. A. Walker, 430; Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; Cussans, III. Pt II, 141; Hist, of Chttterbuck 
Family, pp. 27-8; C. R. Hudleston.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 27, 1823. [2nd s. of Thomas, Esq., of Bushey, 
■ Herts.] B. Aug. 1, 1804. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1823. Of Boughrood Castle, Radnorshire. Married Caroline 
Frances, 4th dau. of Humphrey Baehe. of Linsters, Rick- 
mansworth, Herts., Jan. 14, 1829. Died Jan. 7, 1866, aged 61. 
M.I. at Bushey. Brother of Thomas (1820). (Cussans, III. 
Pt 1, 236; Pt 11, 141; C. R. Hudleston.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 

22, 1762. S. and h. of Richard, of Warkworth, Northumber- 
land [and Margaret, dau. of George Ord, of Longridge, 
Durham.] School, Newcastle-on-Tvne (Mr Moises). Matric. 
Michs. 1762; Scholar, 1765; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. Fellow, 
1768. Of Warkworth, Northumberland. J. P. Married Anne, 
dau. of Capt. Patrick Lyon, of East Thetford, Feb. 17, 1776. 
Died Nov. 19, 1832. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862; C. R. Hudles- 
ton.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, JOHN BALFOUR. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
May 12, 1S51. [sth] s. of Lewis (1819), of Newark Park, 
Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs. B. July 4, 1831. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1S51; B.A. 1855. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 26, 1852. Ord. deacon, 1856; priest 
(Gloucester and Bristol) 1857; C. of Tresham, 1856-7. R of 
Boxwell with Leighterton, Gloucs., 1857-1901. Afterwards 
of Sidbury Hall, Salop. Married and had issue. Died Apr. 

23, 1925, aged 93. (T. A. Walker; Burke, L.G.; C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, LEWIS or LOUIS. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Oct. 4, 1784. [S. of Lewis, of Widcombe and Claver- 
ton, Somerset, Town Clerk of Bath.] B. at Bath. Migrated 
as Fell. -Com. to King's, 1784-5. Afterwards at Oxford. 
Matric. (Pembroke College) Mar. 26, 1789, age 24, as 's. of 
Lewis of Bath.' Ord. priest (Bristol) Nov. 30, 1788, as of 
King's College. R. (and patron) of Ozleworth, Gloucs., 1788- 
1820. Of Newark Park, Gloucs. J. P. Married (1) Catherine, 
dau. of Thomas E. Partridge, Esq., of Hillsley, Gloucs., 
July 20, 1790; (2) Frances, dau. of Edward Elton, of Win- 
ford Manor, Somerset, Sept. 26, 1809. Died Aug. 7, 1820, aged 
57. Father of the next. (Burke, L.G.; Al. Oxon.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, LEWIS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, 
June 28, 1819 ; from Oxford. Matric. (Exeter College) Mar. 4, 
1812, age 18. S. and h. of Lewis (above), clerk, of Newark 
Park, Gloucs. B. Jan. 14, 1794. Was sometime in the Royal 
Horseguards Blues. Matric. Michs. 1819. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Mar. 6, 1813, as 'Louis, only s. of the Rev. Louis, 
of Newark Park, Wotton-under-Edge.' Of Newark Park, 
Gloucs. J.P. for Gloucs. and Wilts. D.L. for Gloucs. Married 
Sarah, 2nd dau. of William Balfour, of Martha Brae, Jamaica, 
at St Michael's, Bristol, England, Dec. 16, 1819. Died Apr. 3, 
1861, aged 67, at Newark Park. Father of John B. (1851). 
(T. A. Walker, 407; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1861, I. 588.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, PHILIP EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 14, 1887. 2nd s. of Daniel Hugh, Esq., of 
Monk's Park, Corsham, Wilts. B. Apr. 3, 1866, at Bath. 
Matric. Michs. 1 S87. Died Feb. 4, 1895. (Hist, of Clutterbuck 
Family, p. 55.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Feb. 27, 1820. S. and h. of T[homas], of Bushey, Herts. 
B. Jan. 18, 1802. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 1821. Of 
Bushey House, Herts.; succeeded his father, Jan. 20, 1837. 
Died July 27, 1837, aged 35. Buried at Bushev. M.I. Brother 
of James W. (1823). (Victoria Co. Hist., Herts., 11. 179; 
Cussans, in, Pt 1. 228; G. Mag.) 

CLUTTERBUCK, WALTER JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Jan. 11, 1872. 2nd s. of Edmund Lewis, 
deceased [late of Hardenhuish Park, Chippenham, Wilts.]. 
B. Feb. 23, 1853. School, Cheam. Matric. Lent, 1873. 
Travelled widely in North America, Asia and Australia. ' >f 
Marsham Hall, Norfolk. Living there, 1924. Author, The 
Skipper in Arctic Seas; Ceylon and Borneo, etc. Died Oct. 22, 
1937, aged 84, at Marsham. (Cox, County Scries, Norfolk, 
1912; Burke, L.G., 1936; The Times, Oct. 25, 1937.) 

CLUTTON, FRANCIS OWEN. Adm. (age 21) at Trinity Hall, 
1883. S. of Henry, of Chislehurst, Kent. B. 1862, in London. 
Schools, Stonyhurst and The Oratory, Edgbaston. Matric. 
Michs. 1883, as a Non-Coil, student. Migrated to I 
Oct. 7, 1884; LL.B. 1886. Solicitor, 1890. Of 19, Com 
Street, Hyde Park, London, in 1898. (Venn, 11. 473.) 

CLUTTON, HENRY. Adm. pens. (;>ee 17) at Trinity. Feb. 27, 
1777. S. of Owen, of Greenwich, Kent. School, Greenwich 
(Mr James). Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar, 1778; B.A. 1781. 

Ord. priest ( , Lilt. dim. from Canterbury) 1784; C. of 

Uckfield, Sussex, 1784. R. of Newick, 17S9-1818. Died 
June it, iMi", al Newick. (Cant. Act Bk.\ G. ' 



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Clutton, Henry Hugh 

CLUTTON, HENRY HUGH. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 4, 
1869. 3rd s. of Ralph (1822), clerk. B. July 12, 1850. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. and 
M.B. 1879; M.Ch. 1897. At St Thomas's Hospital, London; 
Assistant Surgeon, 1876; Surgeon, 1891. M.R.C.S., 1875. 
F.R.C.S., 1S76. Surgeon to the Victoria Hospital for Children, 
Chelsea, 1887-93. A member of the council of the Royal 
College of Surgeons, 1902-7; represented the College on the 
Senate of the University of London. Consulting Surgeon at 
Osborne. President of the Clinical Society, London. 1905. 
A specialist on diseases of the bones and joints. His de- 
scription of a knee affection in children became known as 
'Clutton's joints.' Wrote on Diseases of Bones, in Treves's 
Svstem of Surgery. Died Nov. 9, 1909, at 2, Portland Place, 
London, VV. Brother of Walter (1869). (Marlborough Coll. 
Reg.; Plarr, Lives 0/ the Fellows; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

CLUTTON, HUBERT SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 
31,1868. S. of John, of 3, Sussex Square,,London. B. Oct. 3, 
1850, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 
187s ; M.A. 1878. Adm. Solicitor, 1877. Of the firm of H. S. 
Clutton- Johnson, of Whitehall Place. A well-known member 
of the Leander and Thames rowing clubs. Died Apr. 6, 
190-1, aged 54. Brother of Ralph (1862). (Scott, MSS.) 

CLUTTON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 16, 1822. 
Of Surrey. [S. of William, Esq., of Hartswood, near Reigate, 
Surrey.] School, Cheam. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1823; 
B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829; B.D. 1836. Fellow, 1828-44. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) June 1, 1S28; priest, Nov. 2, 1828. V. of 
Saffron Walden, Essex, 1844-70. R. of Wickham Bishops, 
1870-S6. Died Mar. 4, 1886, aged 81. Father of Henry 
H. (1S69) and Walter (1869). [The Guardian, Mar. 10, 
r886.) 

CLUTTON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 14, 1862. 
S. of John, of 3, Sussex Square, London. B. Feb. 7, 1843, in 
London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; 
M.A. 1869. Surveyor. Died Aug. 2, 1912. Brother of 
Hubert S. {1868). {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

CLUTTON, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 29. 
1869. S. of Ralph {1822), clerk. B. Sept. 14, 1851. at Saffron 
Walden vicarage. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 
1869; B.A. 1873. Solicitor, 1876. Advocate at Penang, 
Straits Settlements, 1879-94; Registrar of the Supreme 
Court, 1879-81. Subsequently in practice at Bristol (F. V. 
Jacques, Clutton and Jacques). Died Apr. 30, 1926, at Ham- 
brook, near Bristol. Brother of Henry H. (1869). (Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.) 

CLWYD, Lord, see ROBERTS, JOHN HERBERT. 

CLYDE, JAMES BURDON. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 

1827. S. of James, Esq., of North Down Cottage, Bideford. 

B. at Gosport, Hants. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1832. 

Ord. deacon, 1833; priest (Exeter) 1834. V. of Bradworthy 

with Pancras Wyke, Devon, 1845-93. Disappears from 

Crockford, 1894. 

CLYFFORD, WILLIAM MORGAN, see CLIFFORD. 

COAKS, RICHARD NEVILLE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magda- 
lene, Aug. 15, 18S0. S. of Isaac, of Them Hill, Thorpe, near 
Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1880. 

COALES, MONTAGUE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 1, 1897. 
S. of Robert, LL.D., deceased, late tutor of London Univer- 
sity. B. Julv 5. 1878, m London. School, Mercers' (Dr D. 
Lee Scott). Matric. Michs. 1S97; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st 
Class) 1900. Assistant Master at Oakham School, 1900-2; 
at New College, Eastbourne, 1903. Of 19, Warren Road, 
Chingford, Essex. Died Dec. 27, 1910, at Chew Magna. 
Buried at Walthamstow. (Schoolmasters' Directory; The 
Times, Dec. 29, 1910.) 

COALES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 40) at Caius, Oct. 22, 

1859. S. of , of Northampton. B. there. School, College 

Street, Northampton. Did not reside. , 

COANE, CHARLES JOHN [DOVETSON]. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 26, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1837, as John Charles Dovetson. 

COAPE post COAPE-ARNOLD, HENRY FRASER JAMES. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 14, 1804. Did not reside. S. 
of James (next), of Mirables, Niton, Isle of Wight. B. at 
WhitweU. [Bapt. Apr. 13, 1846.] Migrated to St John's, 
Nov. 11, 1865; matric. Michs. 1865; re-adm. at St John's, 
Jan. 24, 1868, as Coape-Arnold ; B.A. 1872, as Coape- 
Arnold; M.A. 1875. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Worcester) 
1874; C. of Wellesbourne, Warws., 1872-5. V. of Neston, 
Wilts., 1875-8- R- of Yatton-Keynell, 1878-83. Became a 
Roman Catholic. Of Wolvey Hall, Bulkington, Warws. A 
Commissioner of Land-tax for Warwickshire. Assumed by 
Royal Licence the additional name and arms of Arnold, 
Feb. 12, 1898, and claimed to be a co-heir to the baronies of 
de Morley (1299), Monteagle and Marshal. Married and had 
issue. Died July 10, 1923. Buried at Wolvey. (Fox-Davies; 
The Times, July 14, 1923.) 



Coates, Christopher 

COAPE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 27, 1832. S. of 
James, of Maldon and Goldhanger, Essex. B. in Middlesex. 
Matric. Lent, 1832; Scholar, 1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. 
Of Goldhanger, Essex. Living at Mirables, Niton, Isle of 
Wight, in 1854. J. P. Married Georgeana, dau. (and heiress) 
of George Henry .Arnold, Esq., of Wolvey Hall, Warws., and 
of Ashby St Legers, Northants. Died Jan. 10, 1889, aged 74, 
at Ryde. Father of the above. (Peile, 11. 443; Walford, Co. 
Fam.) 

COARE, ROBERT BOLTON. Adm. at King's, Oct. 1, 1894. S. 
and b. of Frederick George, late of Canton, China. B. 1874. 
School, Tonbridge; 's. of Frederick William' (sic), Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Died Mar. 30, 1905, aged 30, at 
Midhurst, Sussex. (King's Col!. Adm. Reg.; Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.) 

COAST, WILLIAM GERALD. Adm. scholar at King's, Oct. 10, 
1891. S. and h. of William Chatterton, banker's clerk, of i, 
Regent's Park Road, London. B. Aug. 16, 1872, at 32, Park 
Village East, Regent's Park, London. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 
1S94. Assistant Master at Durnford House, Langton 
Matravers, Dorset, 1895-6; at Fettes College, Edinburgh, 
1806-1932. Edited Vergil's .F.neid, vn-xii (selections) in 
Bell's Illustrated Classics. Of 7, Redcliffe Road, St Mary- 
church, Torquay. Died Dec. 11, 1937. (King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Fettes Coll. Reg.; Marlborough Coll. Reg.; The Times, 
Dec. 13, 1937.) 

COATES, ALFRED LLOYD. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 14, 
1870. S. of Robert Patch (1830), clerk, V. of Daren th, Kent, 
B. Nov. 30, 1852, at Sutton Valence, Kent. [Bapt. Jan. 11, 
TS53.] Schools, Cranbrook Grammar and Rochester Gram- 
mar. Migrated to Corpus Christi, Oct. 19, 1870, as "of 
Canterbury" (sic). Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 
1881. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 
1876; C. of Bedminster, Somerset, 1875-8. Held other 
curacies, 1878-82. Minor Canon of Rochester, 18S2-9; 
Precentor, 1884-9. V. of Shorne, Kent, 1889-1906. V. of 
Charlton-in-Dover, 1906-15. V. of Madehurst, Sussex, 
1915-16. V. of Littlehampton, 1916-24. Rural Dean of 
Arundel, 1919-24. V. of Portfield, Sussex, 1924-6. Retired. 
Of Elham, Canterbury. (Crockford, 1939.) 

COATES, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 
24, 1868. S. of Arthur, V. of Pemberton, Lanes, (died 1906) 
[and Frances Judith, dau. of Sir Edmund de Gonville Brom- 
head, Bart.]. B. Aug. 2, 1848, at Wigan, Lanes. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1868. Sometime Assistant 
Master at Epsom College. Emigrated to California, c. 1890. 
Secretary of the Citrus Colony Club at Loomis, Placer 
County. Vice-President of the California Cricket Association. 
Died Aug. 19, 1897, at Los Angeles. Brother of William C. 
(1872). (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Eagle, xxn; Walford, 
Co. Fiim.) 

COATES, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius. May 5, 
1762. S. of John, watchmaker, of London. B. at Reading, 
Berks. School, Reading (Mr Spicer). Matric. Michs. 1762; 
Scholar, 1762-7; M.B. 1767. LL.B. (Lambeth) 1788. Ord. 
deacon (Salisbury) June 10, 1770; priest (London) May 26, 
1771; C. of Ealing, Middlesex. V. of Preston, Dorset, 1780- 
1813. V. of Osmington, 1788-1813. Chaplain to the Prince 
Regent. F.S.A., 1793. Author, The History of Reading; 
.iii.l .1 Supplement with Corrections and Additions. Died 
Apr. 7, 1813, at Osmington. (Venn, n. 80; D..X.B.) 

COATES, CHARLES HUTTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1876. 3rd s. of James, of The Elms, Clapham Rise, London, 
and of Helperby Hall, Yorks. B. there Apr. 5, 1857. School, 
Christ's College, Finchlev, Middlesex (Mr Gallop). Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1877, 1878, 1879. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Durham) 
r8S3; C. of Stockton-on-Tees, 1881-4. Chaplain in the Navv, 
1885-91. V. of Sand Hutton, Yorks., 1891-8. R. of Burton 
Agnes, 1898-1922. Rural Dean of Bridlington, 1904-22. 
Died Feb. 14, 1922, aged 64, at Bournemouth. Buried at 
Burton Agnes. (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Feb. 16, 
102,.) 

COATES, CHARLES MIDDLETON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 7, 1876. S. of Charles, M.D., of 10, The Circus, Bath. 
B. there Mar. 4, 1857. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1876. 
L.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. (Edin.) 1892. Of Coombe Down, Bath. 
Died Sept. 15, 1933, in Edinburgh. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
The Times, Sept. 18, 1933; Medical Directory, 1922.) 

COATES, CHARLES VICTOR. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Feb. 3, 
1873. S. of James, of 36, Melrose Terrace, Beliast. B. there 
Aug. 26, 1S53. School, Queen's College, Belfast (Mr Henry). 
Matric. Michs. 1R73; Scholar, 1876; B.A. {5*/i Wrangler) 
1877; M.A. 1881. 

COATES, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. at Trinity, Oct. 3, 1769, 

'a Ten-year man'. 



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Coates, Ernest William 

COATES, ERNEST WILLIAM. Adm. at St Catharine's, Aug. 
26, 1893. S. of William. B. Nov. 6, 1874, at Friar's Gate, 
Warrington, Lanes. School, Boteler Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1S93; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1904- Assistant 
Master at Dean Close School, Cheltenham, 1S96; at Khedi- 
vieh School, Cairo, 1904-19-. {Schooltnasters* Directory, 
1919.) 

COATES, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Nov. 
3, 1847. Of Elvaston, Derbs. S. of Thomas, of 42, Bedford 
Square, London. Migrated to Magdalene, Feb. 3, 1848; 
matric. Lent, 1848. 

COATES, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 2, 1899. 
S. of Henry. B. Mar. 28, 1880, at Clapham, London. Schools, 
Sir Walter St John's, Battersea, and City of London. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1930. Musical 
critic and organist. Studied the organ under Edwin Lemare. 
Examiner and Professor at the Guildhall School of Music. 
Musical critic of the Weekly Despatch, 1902; on the staff of 
the Morning Leader and Star, 1903; musical critic of the 
Evening News, 1908-14; of the Daily Chronicle, 1908-30. 
Organist at various churches. Examiner and Lecturer at 
Trinity College of Music. Editor of the Musician, 1919- 
Composer of songs and compositions for pianoforte, violin 
and orchestra. Of Hermitage Lane, Hampstead, N.W. 
(Peile, 11. S30; Who's Who, 1939.) 

COATES, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June n, 1778. 
Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 17S2; M.A. 1785. 
Fellow. Ord. deacon (York) July 18, 1784; priest, Julv 23, 
1786; C. of Ilkley, Yorks., 17S4. Perhaps V. of Huddersfield, 
1791-1823; died 1S23 [identified with this man in G. Mag.]. 
One of these names R. of Addingham, Yorks., 1790-1830. 
He was s. of John, yeoman of Buckden, and Ann, dau. of 
John Pennant, of Buckden, and married, July 31, 1806, 
Mary, dau. of John Cunliffe, of Addingham. John Coates, 
R. of Addingham, died Dec. 16, 1830, aged 67. He was 
father of William (1834). In G. Mag,, John (Paulin) Coates, 
R. of Addingham, is wrongly identified with John P. Coates, 
of St John's (1789). (G. Mag., 1824, 1. 18S and 1831, 1. 280.) 

COATES, JOHN. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 1, 1S72. S. of 
John, gent. B. at Addingham, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1872; 
B.A. r876; M.A. 1S80. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 17, 
1874, as 's. of John, Esq., of Addingham, Yorks.' Of Sheriff 
Hutton Park, Yorks. J. P. Died there Dec. 14, 1935, aged 81. 
(Venn, 11. 404; Tlie Times, Dec. 16, 1935.) 

COATES, JOHN FAYRER. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's. 
Apr. 20, 1837. S. of John, clerk, Master of Almondbury 
School, near Huddersfield, and grandson of John (1778), 
formerly Fellow. Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841. Ord. 
deacon, 1842; priest (Chester) 1843. Sometime usher to his 
father at Almondbury Grammar School. [John Coates, 
Master of Almondbury Grammar School, and P.C. of St 
Mark's, Longwood, Huddersfield, died Apr. 8, 1847, aged 57.] 

P.C. of Langho, Lanes., 1845-59. Married , dau. of 

John Coates, V. of Huddersfield. [Mrs Coates, widow of the 
Rev. John F. Coates, was killed in the railway accident near 
Penistoue, July, 18S4.] Died 1859, from injuries received in 
a trap accident. (G. Mag., 1847, 11. 103; Annals of Almond- 
bury, Suppl. 6.) 

COATES, JOHN [PAULIN]. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 26, 
1789. S. of John. Bapt. Dec. 16, 1770, at Fulham, Mid- 
dlesex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1789; 
B.A. 1793; M.A. 1796. Fellow, 1795-1800. Ord. deacon 
(Chichester) Dec. 21, 1793; priest, Feb. 24, 1795- To be 
distinguished from John Coates, R. of Addingham, Y'orks., 
with whom he has been confused, see note under John 
Coates of St Catharine's (1778). (Eton Coll. Reg,; St John's 
Coll. Adm., iv.) 

COATES, JOHN RIDER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 4, 
1897. S. of Robert, Esq., of Prestwich, Lanes. [B. there 
Sept. 25, 1879.] School, Bury Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1927. Studied at Gottingen Univer- 
sity. Minister in the English Presbyterian Church at St 
John's, Northwood, 1905-19. Bible Study Secretary of the 
Student Christian Movement, 1919-23. Presbyterian 
Minister at Cardiff, 1923-7. Professor of Old Testament and 
Comparative Study of Religions at Selly Oak Colleges, 
Birmingham. Married and had issue. Address, Selly Oak 
Colleges. Author, religious. (7\ A. Walker, 638; Who's Who, 
I939-) 

COATES, JOHN SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. S. of Joseph Edward, of 25, Bland Street, Alexandra 
Park, Manchester. B. Apr. 20, 1S78, at Ashton-on-Mersey, 
Cheshire. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar, 
1898; B.A. (Nat. Sci.Trip., 1st Class) 1899. Killed, together 
with his wife, by enemy action, in April, 1941. (The Times, 
Apr. 15, 1941.) 

COATES, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 1846. S. 
and h. of Joseph, Esq., of Clifton. B. Sept. 23, 1827, at 



Cobb, Benjamin 

Whitchurch. Matric. Michs. 1S46; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 15, 1850. Called to the Bar, 
1853. Practised as an Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. 
Ceased practice by 1870. Of 79, Avenue Road, Regent's 
Park, London. Died June 12, 1921. Buried at Hampstead 
cemetery, Middlesex. (Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court.) 

COATES, ROBERT [PATCH]. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 8, 
1830. Of Devon. School, Exeter Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1830; Scholar, 1833; B.A. (12th Classic) 1834; M.A. 1837. 
Fellow. Ord. deacon, 1835; priest (Chichester) 1836; Chap- 
lain of Strood Union, Kent, 1S37-48. Second Master of 
King's School, Rochester, 1S53-63. V. of Darenth, 1863-83. 
Rural Dean of Gravesend, 1870-7. Sometime Evening 
Lecturer at Frindsbury. On the Council of the Royal 
Archaeological Institute and the Kent Archaeological 
Society. Died June 8, 1883, aged 71, at Darenth. Father of 
Alfred LI. (1870). (Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, June 20, 
1883.) 

COATES, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, Jan. 6, 1825. 
S. of John, Esq., solicitor, of Ripon. B. there July 25, 1807. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1S26; B.A. 1830; 
M.A. 1833. Ord. deacon (Chester) July 18, 1830; priest 
(York) Julv 3r, 1831; C. of Winkslev, Yorks., 1830. P.C. of 
Thirsk, 1833-43. P.C. of Sowerby, 1843-65; resigned. 
Preb. of York, 1843-78. Rural Dean, 1845-61. Continued to 
live at Sowerby. Author, Sermons. Died May 3, 1878. 
Buried at Sowerbv. M.I. Will proved (York) July 2, 1S78. 
(A. J. Walker.) 

COATES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 21, 1839. 
Matric. Lent, 1840. 

COATES, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1890. 
S. of Thomas. B. at Full Sutton, Yorks. School, Oundle. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Assistant 
Master at Cherbourg Preparatory School, Malvern, 1893-4; 
at Loughborough Grammar School, 1894-7. Co-Principal of 
Cherbourg School, Malvern, 1897-1907. Assistant Master at 
Bedford Modern School, 190S-. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1930-1, but not in 1932-3.) 

COATES (post THOMPSON), WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
June 9, 1834. S. of John, clerk [see note sub John Coates of 
St Catharine's (r778)]. B. Mar. 6, 1S15, at Addingham 
rectory, Y'orks. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1838, as Thomp- 
son, W. Ord. deacon, 1839 ; priest (Ripon) 1840, as Thompson, 
W. Assumed the surname of Thompson in lieu of Coates, 
Apr. 14, 1836. [John Coates, R. of Addingham, was s. of 
John Coates, yeoman, of Buckden, and Aim, dau. of John 
Pennant, of Buckden, by Mary, dau. of the Rev. William 
Thompson, R. of Addingham (Par. Reg., Addingham; see 
also St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 193).] R. of Addingham, 
Yorks., 1845-95. Disappears from Crockford, 1896. 

COATES, WILLIAM (1895), see THOMPSON. 

COATES, WILLIAM CORISTINE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 22, 1872. 2nd s. of Arthur, V. of Pemberton, Lanes., 
and of Newtown House, Kilcock, Co. Kildare. B. Dec. 23, 
1853, at Orrell, Pemberton, Wigan, Lanes. [Bapt. Mar. 20, 
1854.] School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 
1877; M.A. 1880. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 28, 1877, 
as '2nd s. of the Rev. Arthur C, of Clifton, Bristol'; no call. 
Of Knockanallv House, Kilcock, Co. Kildare. J.P. Married 
and had issue.' Died Jan. 14, 1914, at Hove. Brother of 
Arthur E. (1868). (Clifton Coll. Reg,; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

COATES, WILLIAM MONTGOMERY. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Lent, 1884; B.A. (3rd Wrangler) 18S6; M.A. 1890. 
Fellow. Bursar and Mathematical Lecturer, 1889. Tutor, 
1891. A very successful 'coach.' Married and had issue. 
Died Jan. 16, 1912, at 15, Selwvn Gardens, Cambridge. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

COATES, WILLIAM UNETT. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Pembroke, 
June 11, 1849. S. and h. of Henry Wise, gent., deceased, late 
of New Romnev, Kent. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 
1853; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Worcester) 
1854; C. of Grafton, Worcs., 1853-5. C. of Stoke Lacey, 
Heref., 1856-9. R. of Rockhampton, Gloucs., 1859-86. \ 
of Hill, 1886-1907. Married Henrietta Maria, dau. of Herbert 
Jenner-Fust, LL.D., of Hill Court, Gloucs., and had 'issue 
Resided latterly at The Cottage, Hill, Falfield, I 
Died there Dec. 29, 1918, aged 92. (Crockford; Tin 
Jan. 1, 1919-) 

COBB, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Corpi- Chr] I > -< . 3. 

1837. Of Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar, 1839; 
B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
prkst, 1844; C. of Old Romney, Kent, 1843-5. Held other 
curacies, 1845-69. V. of Ncwchurch, Kent, 1869-75. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1877. 



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Cobb, Charles 

COBB, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 7, 1846. S. of 
Thomas, Lieut., R.N. B. June 23, 1828, at New Romney, 
Kent. Schools, Christ's Hospital and Maidstone. Matnc. 
Michs. 1846. Migrated to Christ's, Nov. 25, 1846; Scholar, 
1S48; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853- Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1853; 
priest, 1854; C. of Halstead, 1853-5- Held curacies in Kent 
1855-60 "R. of Dymchurch with Eastbridge, 1860-76. V. ot 
Rainham, 1876-190S; retired, but continued to reside at 
Rainham vicarage. Died there Mar. 2, 1918, aged 89. Brother 
of Thomas (1S45). (Venn, 11. 276; Peile, "• 5oo.) 
COBB, CLEMENT FRANCIS, Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Ian 24 1S46. S. of William Francis (18x4), clerk, of Nettle- 
stead, Kent. B. there Jan. 20, 1827. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar, 1S49; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1856. 
Ord. deacon, 1S50; priest (Winchester) 1851; C. of St Johns, 
Clapham, 1850-1. Principal of the Missionary College at 
Benares, 1852-9. P.C. of St George's, Barnsley, ^orks 
1860-72. Chaplain to the Bishop of Ripon 1872-3- V. ot 
Rookhope, 1872-3- V. of St Jude's, Mildmay Park, Islington, 
1871-5. R. of Teston, Kent, 1875-90- Died there Feb 10, 
1S96 M.I. Brother of William F. (1850) and Gerard F 
(1857); father of John B. (1881), Francis W. (1892) and 
Henry V. (1883). (Crockford.) 
COBB EDWARD RHODES. Adm. pens, at Triniiv, June 17. 
i8qo S. of Rhodes, of Surbiton Lodge, Kingston-on- 
Thames, Surrey. B. June 8, 1872, at Kingston-ou-Thames. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893. In mercantile 
business in London; resident at Surbiton, Surrey, (hton 
Sch, Lists.) 
COBB FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 8, 
is.,.- S. of Clement Francis (1K46), R. of Teston, Kent. 
B Iulv22, 1872. School, Marlborough. Matnc. Michs. 1892; 
B\ 1895- M A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Rochester) 
1808 • C o'f Gipsy Hill, Lonelou, 1896-5. R. of Holy Trinity, 
Chesterfield, Derbs.. 1902-7. R- of St Mary's, Eastwood 
Notts 1907-17. Chaplain to the Forces, 1917-20. K ot 
Alfold, Surrey, 1920-4. V. of Iver, Bucks., 1924-32. V; ot 
Elsenham, Essex, 1932-8. Died Aug. 24, 1938. Buned at 
Elmers End. Brother of Henry V. (1883), etc. (Crockford, 
1937; The Tunes, Aug. 25, 1938.) 
COBB, GEOFFREY CLEMENS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
10 1S82 3rd s. of Thomas Pix, of 18, Craven Hill Gardens, 
Hyde Park, London. B. Oct. 15, 1864, in London. School, 
Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885 Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 18, 1886. Migrated to Lincoln s Inn, 
July 30 1889. Called to the Bar, 1889. Of Gt Bndge House, 
Romsey. J. P. (Winchester Call. Reg.) 
COBB GERARD FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 16, 
1857 4th s. of William Francis (1814), R. of Nettlestead, 
Maidstone, Kent. B. there Oct. 15, 1838. School Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, i860; B.A. (11th 
Classic and Moral Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1861; M.A 1864. 
Fellow 1863-93. Junior Bursar, 1869-94. President of the 
Cambridge University Musical Society, 1874-83- Chairman 
of the University Board of Musical Studies, 1877-92 A 
prolific composer of songs; also wrote church music including 
Psalm Ixii; chief work, A s.ms of Trafalgar. Died Mar. 31, 
1904, at The Hermitage, Cambridge. Brother of Clement I-. 
(1S46), etc. (D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 
COBB HENRY VENN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 3. 18S3. 
4th s of Clement Francis (1846), R. of Teston, Kent. B. 
Aug. 24, 1864, at Barnsley, Yorks. School, King s Canter- 
bury (Dr Blore). Matric. Michs. 1S83; LL.B. 1886; B.A. 
JS94- M.A. 1903. Entered the I.C.S., 1885. Resident at 
Baroda, 1909-12; at Kashmir, 1914-15- Resident in Mysore, 
and Chief Commissioner of Coorg, 1916-20 C.l.t, 1910. 
CS.I 1913. C.B.E., 1919- Retired, 1920. Of 1, St James s 
Street, Pall Mall, S W. Brother of the next, etc. (Kelly. 
Handbook, 1937; India Office List. 1937) 
COBB JOHN BARTLETT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 16, 
1881. S. of Clement Francis (1846). R. of Teston Kent. 
School King's. Canterbury. Matnc. Michs. 1S81 ; B.A. 1884. 
Held a musical scholarship; conducted the musical service at 
the tercentenary celebration of the College. Organist and 
Librarian to the English colony at St Petersburg. British 
Vice-Consul at Archangel. Tutor to the son of Count Olson- 
fieff General of the Suite at the Court of the Tsar; later held 
an educational appointment under the Russian Government. 
Came into close contact with the Imperial Family, frequent y 
giving musical performances before the Tsantza, who held 
him in high esteem. Composer of hymn tunes, some of which 
were included in the Russian National Hymn book. Died 
Dec ^o 1895, at St Petersburg. Buried at Teston. Brother 
of the above, eti . ( Emmanuel Coll. Mag. ; I lie 1 imes, Jan. 
14, 1896.) 
COBB JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. pens (age 20) at Trinity, May 
-- 1820 S of Francis. P. at Margate, Kent. School, 
Chobham, Surrev (Mr terrain). MatrT Ml hs. 1820. Migrated 



Cobb, William Lambert 

to Peterhouse, Feb. 1. 1822; B.A. 1824; M.A 1827. Ord. 
deacon, 1825; priest, 1827; C. of Spratton, Nortbants., 1825- 
61 C of Holv Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, c. 1870-4; con- 
tinued to live there, without cure. Died Apr. 15, 1886, aged 
85 at Tunbridge Wells. Brother of William F. (1814). 
(f. A. Walker, 414; Crockford, 1870; The Guardian. Apr. 21, 
1886.) 
COBB 10HN WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 21, 
1831 Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1831. Migrated to Queens , 
Ian 13, 1834; B.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 1834; priest, 1835: 
C of Mfriston, Sussex. C. of Ware, Herts. C. of Aspeden, 
in 1845. R. of St Margaret and St Swithm, Norwich, 1848- 
81. R of Felmingham, Norfolk, 1882-5. Not in Crockford, 
1886. 
COBB, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius Dec. 5, 1815 
S. of Benjamin, of New Romney. Kent. B there School, 
Greenwich (Dr Bumey). Matnc. Michs. 18 16; Scholar 18 6- 
13- B A iS'o- M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Chester, Lilt. dun. 
from Canterburv) Dec. 14, 1819; priest (London, Lilt dim. 
from Canterbury) Dec. 24, 1820; C. of Brenzett, and Brook- 
land, Kent, 1819. R.of Burmarsh, 1S25-70. V. of Detlmg, 
,831-70 Married Elizabeth, dau. of Stebbmg Revans, of 
Halesworth. Died Sept. 22, 1870. (Venn. 11. 166.) 
COBB, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's. Oct. 9, 1820. Tancred 
Student, 1821; matric. Lent, 1822; B.A. 1826 Ord. deacon 
London) Dec'18, 1825 (? 1827)1 ; priest l8j8;C. of Ightham, 
Kent 18^5. R. of Thwaite St Mary, Norfolk, 1838-66. K. 
of Ellingham, 1S43-66. Not in Crockford, 1868. (Telle, 11. 
401; where he is confused with Robert, of Cams (above)). 
COBB, THOMAS. B.A. 175S, incorp. from Oxford; M.A from 
Trinity 1758. [S. of Robert, of New Romney, KentJ 
Matric. (Oriel College, Oxford) May 23, 1720, age 17; B-A- 
(Oxford) 1723-4. Probably R. of Hope All Samts . Kent, 
1759-95- (At. Oxon.) 
COBB, THOMAS.. B.A. 1801, incorp. from Oxford Adm. pens, 
at St Iohn's, Mar. 20, 1S01. S. of Robert of Lydd Kent. 
School King's, Canterburv. Matric. (Onel College) Nov. 5, 
,791 age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1796; M.A. (St John^) t8oi. 
Ord.' deacon (Canterbury) Mar. ,2, 1797. priest Dec 17, 
1797- V. of Sittingbourne, Kent, i799-iSi7- Chaplain to 
the Duke of Richmond, Lennox and Aubignv. R.of Ightham, 
Kent 1S01-17. Preb. of Chichester, 1817. J.P. for Kent. 
Married Miss Wyatt, of Chelsea, Apr. 25, 1798. Died Nov. 
2(1, 1817. (Al. Oxon.] St John's Coll. Adm., IV.) 
COBB, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar 10 1845. S. of 
Thomas, Lieut.. R.N., of New Romney, Kent. B there 
Mar 1 1827. School, Naval College, Camberwell (Mr 
Chambers). Matric. Michs. 1845. Migrated to Sidney Jam 
27 iSi7- B ^ 1849; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest 
London) f 8 „i C?'«i Greenwich, 1852-6L Head Master o 
Sir I Williamson's Free School, Rochester, 1861-75. * ■ of 
Stock'bury, Kent. 1875-1912. Rural Dean of Slttmgboa rue 
1S98-1905. Died June 8. 1912, aged 85. Brother of Charles 
(1846). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 
COBB, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Queens' 
Mar. 2 ,, .814. S. of Francis. B. at Margate, Kent M.gra ted 
t., Trinity Sept 27 1S11; matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818 
MA 1821! Ord. deacon (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Rochester) 
Feb '4 1819. R.of Mereworth, Kent, 1830-2. C. of Nettle- 
stead, 1846-53. R- °« Nettlestead with Bairmng, 185J-62. 
Died June 6, 1S62, aged 66. Brother of John F r (1820) 
father of Clement F. (1846), the next, and Gerard F. (185, ). 
(Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag.; Records of Rochester.) 
COBB, WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel Apr. 
,- ,850. Of Kent. S.of William Francis (above). [B.Jan. 8. 
1831.] School, Marlborough. Matnc Michs. 1850; Exhi- 
bitioner, 1852 B.A. .854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) [855; priest (Canterbury) 1856; C of Nett estead 
Kent. 855^2. Succeeded his father as R. of Nettlestead 
with Wes? Banning, 1862-19.4. Resided 1 at te rlv at St 
Leonards-on-Sea. Died there Feb. 14. W. aged 85. Brother 
of Clement F. (.846) and Gerard F. 1. 857); father of the 
next. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Cant. Act Bk.) 
COBB WILLIAM FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 
29,' 1885 S. of William Francis (above), £ of Nettlestead, 
Kent. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. r888; M.A 1892. Ord. 
deacon. 1889; priest (York) 1890; C. of Sheffield 1889-92. 
Missionary (C.M.S.) at Multan, 1894-902 and .W. 
C. of Holford, Somerset, 1902-3. Principal of St Johns 
Collee-e Lahore 1905. C. of Nettlestead, Kent, 1907-14. K- 
fter? i 9 1Ht! V 9 of Erith, 19.7-23. R. of Litton Cheney 
Dorset, 1923-39-. (Crockford, I939-) 
COBB WILLIAM LAMBERT. Adm. pens (agei8) at Jesus, 
lune 18, 1849. S. and h. of Samuel W clerk [R of Ightham, 
Kent! B. at Bray. Berks. School, Tonbndge. Matnc 
Michs. 1849. Died fin vacation) Sept 23. .8j«. aged \n at 
Clifton. M.I. there. (Tonbndgi Sch. Leg.; C. R. Hudleston.) 



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Cobbald, Nelson Frederick Atherton 

COBBALD, NELSON FREDERICK ATHERTON. Adm. at 

Sidney, Oct. 1873. S. of . School, Christ's Hospital 

(Scholar and Exhibitioner). Maine. Michs. 1873; B.A. (315/ 
Wrangler) 1877; M.A. 1881. Assistant Master at Oundle 
School, 1878-94. Resident at Letchworth, Herts., in 1924. 
{Christ's Hospital Reg.) 

COBBETT, LOUIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 1881. 
3rd s. of Arthur, of Firfield, Weybridge, Surrey. B. May 15, 
1862, in London. School, Lancing. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1884; M.B. and M.A. 1892; M.D. 1899. John Lucas 
Walker Student of Pathology, 1895. At St Thomas's Hospital, 
London, 1885-90. House Physician and Surgeon. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1890. F.R.C.S., 1891. University Demonstrator 
in Pathology, 1S92-4. Lecturer in Bacteriology, 1907-29. 
Scientific Investigator on the Royal Commission for Tuber- 
culosis, 1902-6. Professor of Pathology, Sheffield University, 
1906-7. Author of The Causes of Tuberculosis and various 
papers on pathological and archaeological subjects. Residence 
Inch-ma-home, Adams Road, Cambridge. {Medical Who's 
Who, 1927; Who's Who, 1939J 

COBBETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 5, 1848. 
Matric. Michs. 1848. 

COBBETT, WILLIAM MORGAN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. 
S. of John M., deceased (probably John Morgan Cobbett, 
barrister, of Kensington, Middlesex]. Matric. Michs. 1879. 

COBBING, EDWIN. Adm. at Clare, June 11, 1887. S. of John, 
merchant, of Brixton, Middlesex. B. Apr. 14, 1869. School, 
Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 
1894. Solicitor, 1894; of 15, Crescent Road, Kingston Hill. 
Died there Apr. 20, 1939, aged 70. Brother of William J. 
(1886) and the next. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; The Times, Apr. 
22, I939-) 

COBBING, JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 1, 
1890. S. of John, of Lambert House, Brixton Hill. B. Aug. 
23,1871. School, Dulwich College (Mr H. A. Gilkes). Matric. 
Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. 1893. Brother of the above, and 
the next. 

COBBING, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1, 1886. S. of John, merchant, of Brixton, Middlesex. 

B. June n, 1867, at Barnsbury, near Islington, Middlesex. 
School, Dulwich College. Matnc. Michs. 1886; B.A. 18S9. 
Died Aug. 25, 1913. Brother of Edwin (1887) and the above. 
[Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

COBBOLD, ALGERNON PHILIP. Adm. sizar at Queens', 
June- 12, 1837. Of Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1837. 

COBBOLD, ALGERNON WALLER. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1874. S. of Richard Wilkie W. (1841), R. of Hollesley, 
Suffolk. B. at Thelveton. School, Beccles. Matric. Michs. 
1874. Of The Lodge, Hollesley, Woodbridge, Suffolk. J. P. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., Remount Service). Died 
Sept. 26, 1930, aged 75, at The Grange, Hollesley. Brother 
of Harry V. (1884). (Finn, 11. 412; The 7 imes, Sept. 27, 1930; 
Univ. War List.) 

COBBOLD, CLEMENT JOHN FROMANTEEL. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Sept. 30, 1900. S. and h. of Nathaniel Fromanteel, 
of Oaklands, Ipswich. B. Aug. 27, 1882, at Colchester, 
Essex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 
1909. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 8, 1904. Called to the 
Bar, 1907. On the South Eastern Circuit. Barrister-at-law. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., special work; mentioned in 
despatches, 1915; Lieut.-Col., 6th Batt., Suffolk Regt., 
1917-19). Hon. Secretary of the Royal Cancer Hospital, 
1933-6; of the Incorp. Association of Hospital Officers, 
1928-36-. Of 36, Riverview Gardens, Bames, S.W. {Vis. of 
England and Wales, xx; R. L. Lloyd; Burke, L.G.) 

COBBOLD, EDGAR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, July 2, 
1842. 3rd s. of Robert Knipe, Esq., o Carlton, Saxmundham, 
Suffolk. B. June n, 1824, at Eye. School, Merchant Tay- 
lors'. Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar; B.A. 1846. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 23, 1844. Died Feb. 6, 1847, aged 22, 
at Carlton. M.I. there. Brother of Robert H. (1839), 
Rowland T. (1838) and Paul R. (1847). (G. Mag., 1847, 1 
332.) 

COBBOLD, EDWARD AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, (age t9) at 
Trinity, June 7, 1844. S. of Richard (1814), clerk. B. at 
Ipswich. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 
1848; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1849; priest (Norwich) 1850; 

C. of Gt Yarmouth, r849-5C V. of Yaxley, Suffolk, 1851-61. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Folkestone, 1869-73. C. of St James's, 
Dover, 1873-4. v - °f Heme Bay, 1874-5. Resided latterly 
at St Jude's vicarage, Heme Hill. Died there Dec. 31, 1900, 
aged 75. Brother of Richard W. W. (1841) and father of 
William N. (1882). (List of Carthus.; The Times, Jan. 2, 
1901.) 

COBBOLD, FELIX THORNLEY. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. n, i86r [the last scholar admitted under the 



Cobbold, John Spkncer 

Old Statutes]. 8th s. of John Chevalier, Esq. of Holy Wells, 
Ipswich. B. Sept. 8, 1841. [Adm. at Trinity College. 1 
June 13, 1861, age 19.] Matric. Lent, 1862; Prizeman; B.A. 
(12J* Classic) 1865; M.A. 1S68. Fellow 1864-1909. Bursar. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 9, 1865. Called to the Bar, 1868. 
Returned to College, 1871 ; Estates Bursar till 1876. Became 
a member of the firm of Cobbold and Sons, Brewers and 

Merchants, of Ipswich, 1876-1900; of the firm of Bac 

• Cobbold and Co., bankers, 1886-1909. Mayor of Ipswich, 
1896-7. M.P. for Stowmarket, 1885-6; for Ipswich, 1906- 
9. Of Felixstowe Lodge, Ipswich. Erected the Statues of 
King Henry VII and King Henry VIII on the East front of 
Scott's building. Died Dec. 6, 1909, aged 68, at Whitehall 
Court, London. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Al. Oxon.; King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 
COBBOLD, FRANCIS (FRANK). Adm. pens, (age 19) at Cars. 
Nov. 11, 1822, as Frank. 4th s. of John [junr.J, brewer, of 
Ipswich. B. 1803, at Eye. School, Bury. Matric. Michs. 1823; 
B.A. 1S27; M.A. 1S30. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 10, 1827; 
priest, June 8, 1828. P.C. of St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 

1831. R. of Hemley, Suffolk, 1831-44. Married Mary Anne, 
dau. of Thomas Cobbold, Esq., of Catton, Norfolk, Jan. 19, 

1832. Died Apr. 6, 1844, at Ipswich. (Venn, II. 186; Vis. of 
England and Wales, xx, where he is styled Francis.) 

COBBOLD, FRANCIS ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 2, 1870. Of Suffolk. S. of Alfred, solicitor, of Bramford, 
Suffolk [and of 3, Bedford Row, London]. B. Feb. 28, 1852, 
at Ipswich. [Bapt. Apr. 14, 1S52.] School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. Of Westbury Lodge, Ipswich. J. P. 
Married and had issue. Died May 28, 1915. Buried at 
Ipswich. (Vis. of England and Wales, xx.) 

COBBOLD, FRANCIS EDWARD DAVY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Sept. 21, 1877. S. of Robert Henry (1839), R. of 
Ross, Herefs. B. 1858, at Hemingstone, Suffolk. Schools, 
Rossall and Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 
1881; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Durham) 1882; 
C. of Hunwick, Durham, 1882-3. C. OI Bishop Wearmouth, 
1883-4. Chaplain on the Indian Ecclesiastical Establish- 
ment at Karachi, 1S84-8; at Dalhousie, 1890-2; at Quetta, 
1895-1901. C. of Ross, 1902-4. Chaplain at Ferozepur, 
1904. Died Nov. 23, 1906, aged 48, at Bournemouth. Brother 
of Robert R. (1872). (Malvern Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

COBBOLD, HARRY VYVYAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1884. 
S. of Richard Wilkie Waller (1841), R. of Hollesley, Suffolk. 
B. there Feb. 20, 1865. School, St Mark's, Windsor. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; B.A. 1889. Brewer. Residing at Rusholme 
Lodge, Stamford, in 1898; afterwards of The Drift House, 
Woolthorpe, Stamford. Died there Nov. 1926, aged 61. 
Buried Nov. 5, 1926, at Stamford. Brother of Algernon W. 
(1874). (Venn, H. 468; The Times, Nov. 4, 1926.) 

COBBOLD, HENRY MONTAGU CHEVALL1ER. Adm. at Caius 
Oct. 1, 1879. S. of Henry Chevallier, solicitor, of Kensing- 
ton, London. B. Mar. 29, 1861, at Brixton. School, Chard- 
stock Hurst, Brentwood. Matric. Michs. 1879. For some 
time a clerk in the Alliance Office in Glasgow, and in London. 
Afterwards at Kingston, Jamaica, with Simon and Co. At 
Felixstowe, St Andrew's, Jamaica, in 1898; subsequently of 
the Mill House, Lyminge, Kent. Twice married and had 
issue. Died Dec. n, 1917, aged 56. Cremated at Golder's 
Green. [In Burke, L.G., 1936, the date of his death is con- 
fused with that of his first wife.] (Venn, 11. 442; Vis. of 
England and Wales, xx.) 

COBBOLD, JOHN DUPUIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 11, 
1879. S. and h. of John [Patteson], deceased, late of The 
Grove, Ipswich [and Adela Harriette, dau. of the Rev. J. G. 
Dupuis, Vice-Provost of Eton]. B. there Mar. n, 1861. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. Head of 
the firm of Cobbold and Son, brewers. Succeeded his grand- 
father, John Chevallier Cobbold, Oct. 6, 1882. High Sheriff 
of Suffolk, 1901. Mayor of Ipswich, 1914-15. J. P. and D.L. 
Of Holy Wells, Ipswich. A brilliant tennis player; also a 
gTeat traveller and hunter. Married and had issue. Died 
June 12, 1929, at Holy Wells. Buried at Trimley St Martin. 
Brother of Philip W. (1893). (Vis. of England and Wales, 
xx; The Times, June 14, 1929.) 

COBBOLD, JOHN SPENCER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, 
July 8, 1785. S. of Thomas (1761), R. of Woolpit, Suffolk. 
B. July 24, 1768, at Occold. School, Ipswich (Mr King). 
Scholar, 1785-90; matric. Michs. 1786; Prizeman; B.A. 
(7th Wrangler) 1790; M.A 1793. Fellow, 1790-8. Dean, 
I79I-3- Hebrew Lecturer, 1797-8. Master of the Perse School, 
Cambridge, 1793-4; at Nuneaton School, 1794. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Nov. 21, 1790; priest (Ely) Dec. 8, 1793; C. at 
Wilby, Suffolk. V. of Shetland, 1793-1837. R. of Woolpit, 
1831-7. Married Dorothy, dau. of Henry Homer, R. of 
Birdingbury, Dec. 26, 1798. Author, religious. Died Apr. 3, 
1837. M.I. at Woolpit. Brother of William R. (1790) and 
father of Thomas S. (1817). (Venn, 11. 112; D.X.B.) 



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Cobbold, Paul Alexander 

COBBOLD PAUL ALEXANDER. Adm. (age IS) at Caius, Oct. 
i 1881 S. of Rowland Townshend (183S), M.R.C.S., of 
Dedham, Essex. B. there. School, Dedham. Matnc, Michs. 
l88f B A. 1884; M.A. 1888. For some time assistant in the 
Chemical Laboratory at Clifton College. Went to Canada; 
clerk of the First Division Court of the district of Terne- 
skaming. Settled at HaUevbury, Ontario; instrumental 
in its growth from a settlement of half-a-dozen houses to a 
flourishing town of 3000 inhabitants. Made valuable meteoro- 
logical observations for the Canadian Government and pro- 
posed a scheme for the better protection from forest fires. 
Identified himself with the Anglican Church; lay reader; 
chairman of the Public School Board; member of the Board 
of Trade. Died Dec. 2, 19;-', aged 6o, at New Liskeard, 
Ontario a victim, with his wife, of the forest fire at Hailey- 
bury. Brother of Rowland F. (1876). [Vain, II. 44»; The 
Times, Dec. 22, 1922.) 
COBBOLD PAUL RANDOLPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
lune '4 1S47. S. of Robert Knipe, of Carlton, Saxmundham, 
Suffolk School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1847. Died July 
17, 1849, aged 21. M.I. at Carlton. Brother of Edgar (1842), 
etc. (St Paul's Sck. Reg.) 
COBBOLD PHILIP WYNDHAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
„ 1893 3rd s. of John [Patteson], M.P., late of The Grove, 
Ipswich, deceased. B Jan. 5, 1875, at Ipswich. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1S93; LL.B. 1896. Cricket 'blue, 1896. 
Brevier- Cobbold and Co., Ipswich. J. P. for Suffolk and 
[pswich Borough. Mayor of Ipswich, 1910-11 and 1933-4- 
Served in the Great War (Capt., 4 th Batt., Suffolk (Terri- 
torial) Regt., 1914)- Of Kesgrave Hall and Felixstowe, 
Suffolk; afterwards of Tattingstone Park, Ipswich D.L. for 
Suffolk 1930. Married and had issue. Brother of John D. 
(1879). [Vis. of England and Wales, xx; Kelly, Handbook, 
1937; Univ. War List.) 
COBBOLD, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, June 28, 
1814 S of John, brewer and banker, of Ipswich [and 
Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Knipe, of Liverpool]. B there 
1797 Schools, Bury, North Walsham (Mr Spurdens) and 
Dedham (Mr Richardson). Matric. Michs. 1 8 1 ; Scholar 
1816-^3- B A. 1820; M.A. 1S23. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Oct 15 1820; priest, Oct. 14, 1821. R. (and patron) of 
Wortham, Suffolk, 1824-77. Rural Dean, 1844-69. Married 
Nov '7 1822, Mary Ann, dau. of Jeptha Waller, Esq.. of 
Hollesley Suffolk. A man of versatile gifts and unwearied 
activity; novelist, painter and sportsman. One of the 
portraits of W. Harvey in the College was painted and 
presented by him. Author, novels and Sermons-, his novels 
included the popular History of Margaret t atchpole. Died 
Tan 5 1877, at Wortham. Buried there. M.l. Father of the 
next and Edward A. (1844L (''•""■ "■ l6 4: Scott ' MSS ' ; 
D.N.B.) 
COBBOLD, RICHARD WILKIE WALLER. Adm. pens (age 19) 
at Caius Nov 25, 1841. S. of Richard (above), R. of 
Wortham', Suffolk. B. at Ipswich. School, Dedham, Essex 
(Rev. Dr Tavlor). Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 
1S49 Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of 
Theiveton, Norfolk. R. of Whepstead, 1856-7. R. of 
Hollesley, Suffolk, 1857-84. Married Caroline Farr 1850. 
Died Mar 17, 1884, aged 60. Father ol Algernon W (1874), 
etc.; brother of Edward A. (1N44)- (Venn, II. 257.) 
COBBOLD ROBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
lune 28, 1839. Of Suffolk. [S. of Robert Knipe, of Eye ] 
B 18 'O School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1S39; B.A. 
1843; M.A. 1846. Rowing 'blue,' 1841, 1842, 1843. Ord. 
deacon. 1844; priest (Norwich) 1845; C. of Southwold, 
Suffolk 1S44. C. of Melton Mowbray. 1S47. C.M.S. Mission- 
ary in Ningpo, China. Archdeacon of Ningpo, 1856-8. V. of 
Field Dallmg, Norfolk, 1858-9. R- of Broseley with Linley 
iSso-73 R. and V. of Ross, Heref., 1873-93- Surrogate and 
Rural Dean. Preb. of Hereford, 1885-93. Author, The 
Chinese at Home. Died Sept. 16, 1893, aged 73, at Ross^ 
Brother of Rowland T. (1838), etc., father of the next and 
Francis E. D. (1877)- (T- A. Walker, 467; Boase, IV. Suppl.) 



COBBOLD, ROBERT RUSSELL. Adm. (age 
1, 1872. S. of Robert Henry (above), 
Ningpo, China. School, Repton. Matnc 
1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
C of Oundle, Northants., 1876-80. C 
1880. V. of St Leonard's, Leicester, 1! 
Barton, Northants., 1883-1903. R. of 
1903-25. Died Nov. 29, 192s. aged :-'. 
E. D. (1877). (Venn, 11. 402, Crockford; 
1925; Caian.) 

COBBOLD, ROWLAND FRANCIS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 
1876 S. of Rowland Townshend (next), M.R.C.S., of Ded- 
ham,' Essex. B. Dec. 12, 1857, at Trimley St Mary. School, 
Burv St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1877-80; 
B V 1880 M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1881; pnest 



19) at Caius, Oct. 
missionary. B. at 

Michs. 1872; B.A. 
1876; priest, 1877; 

of Northampton, 
IS0-3. V. of Earls 
Hitcham, Suffolk, 
Brother of Francis 
The Times, Dec. 2, 



Cobden, Halsted Elwin Cobden 

(Chester) 1885; C. of Risby, Suffolk, 1881-4. Assistant 
Master at Bury St Edmunds School, 1881-4; at Macclesfield 
Grammar School, 1884-92. C. of Prestbury, Cheshire, 18S4- 
9. Chaplain at St John's Cathedral, Hong Kong, 1889-1902. 
R. of Beachampton, Bucks., 1903-13. R. of Bratton 
Fleming Devon, 1913-27; retired. Of Woodbridge, Suffolk, 
1927-39-. Brother of Paul A. (1881). (Venn, 11. 421; Crock- 
ford, 1939-) 
COBBOLD, ROWLAND TOWNSHEND. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Nov. 24, 183S. 2nd s. of Robert Knipe, of Bredneld, Suffolk. 
B. Mav 19, 1821, at Eye. School, Dedham. Matric. Easter, 
1841 'A student at St George's Hospital, London, 1840. 
M.R.C.S., 1844. L.S.A., 1845. Settled at St Albans, and 
practised there as surgeon, 1846-53. Removed to Dedham, 
Essex, purchasing Dedham Lodge, i860. A Governor of 
Dedham Grammar School. Married Sarah Frances West- 
horpe, at Long Meliord, Sept. 17, 1S53. Died Dec. 19, 1S95. 
aged 74 at The Lodge, Dedham. Brother of Robert H. 
(1839), etc.; father of the above and Paul A. (1881). (I enn, 
11. 245; Essex Review, v. 1896.) 

COBBOLD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 6, 
1761. S. of Thomas [brewer], of Harwich, Essex. B. Nov. 14, 
1742. School, Bury, Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1761; Scholar, 
1762- B \ 1705, M.A. 1773. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 6, 
1765-! priest, Sept. 20, 1767; C. of Bramford, Suffolk, 1765. 
V of Wilby, 17(17-1831. P.C. of St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich, 
1770-1831. R. of Woolpit, Suffolk, 1781-1831. Married 
Anne dau. of John Rust, merchant, of Stowmarket, 1766. 
Author, Sertnons Died Aug. 12, 1831, aged 89. Buned m 
St Mary-le-Tower. Father of John S. (1785), William R. 
(1790) and probably of the next. (G. Mag.; F. A. Crisp, 
Notes, xiv.) 

COBBOLD, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, July 8, 
1785 S. of Thomas (? above), clerk, of Occold, Suffolk. 
School, Ipswich (Mr Cobbold). Matric Michs. 1786. Thomas 
Cobbold, Esq., of Ipswich, died July 24, 1835. Probably 
brother of John S. (1785), etc. (G. Mag., 1835, 11. 354) 

COBBOLD, THOMAS SPENCER. Adm. pens, at Clare,. Dec. 29, 
1817 S of John Spencer (17S5), clerk. B. at Wilby, Suffolk. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. 

en,! . 1 . . , . . . 1 1 il-.lv. Litt dim. 1'r Norwich) Nov. ), 1822; 

priest (Norwich) June 19, 1825. (Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

COBBOLD, WILLIAM NEVILL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 18S2. S. of Edward Augustus (1844), clerk. B. Feb. 
4 1863 at Melford, Suffolk. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 188:; Rustat Scholar; B.A. J885; M.A. 1889. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1883, 1884, 1S85, 1886. Of West Wratting 
Park, Cambs. Army and University Tutor; a very successful 
'coach.' Married and had issue. Died Apr. 8, 1922, at 1, 
Richmond Gardens, Bournemouth. (Charterliouse Sch. Reg. 
The limes, Apr. 11, 1922.) 

COBBOLD, WILLIAM RUST. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
July 9, 1790. S. of Thomas (1761), R. of Woolpit, Suffolk. 
B. 'at Ipswich. Scholar, 1790-1; matric. Michs. 1.791. 
Migrated to Oxford and matric. (Trinity College) Apr. 23, 
1792 age 19; B.A. (Magdalen College) 1794; M - A - !797; 
B.D. 1805. Fellow of Magdalen College. Oxford, 1795-1814. 
V of Selborne, Hants., 1813-41. Married Maria, dau. of 
William Mabbott, of Berks. Died Aug. 19. 184 1. from the 
effects of being knocked down by a cart in London. Brother 
of John S. (1785). (Venn, 11. 121; At. Oxon.) 

COBBY WILLIAM. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1897. S. and h. 
of William, V. of Swine, Huh. B. there July 5. i877- School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1942. 
Football (rugby) ' blue '1900. Assistant Master at Southchffe 
School, Filey, Yorks., 1901; at Dunchurch Hall School, 
Rugby, Sept. 1901; at Hymers College, Hull, 1902-. (School- 
mailers' Directory, 1932-3.) 

COBDEN FRANK CARROLL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 4, 
1S67. S. of Halsted Elwin (1825), clerk. B. Oct. 14, 1S50, in 
Notts. Schools, Brighton College and Harrow. Matnc. 
Michs. 1S69. Migrated to Downing, Jan. 31, 1871. Cricket 
•blue ' 1870, 1S71. 1872. Of Capel Curig, Bettws-y-Coed, N. 
Wales. J. P. for Radnorshire. Married and had issue. Died 
Dec. 13, 1932. (Walford, Co. Fam.; Wisden.) 

COBDEN, HALSTED ELWIN COBDEN. Adm. pens, at St 
Johv's June 30, 1825. S. of Mr Cobden, of Ospringe, Kent. 
Matric. Michs. 1825; Scholar; B.A. (19I* Wrangler) 1829; 
M A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dun. from Ely) Sept. 
1830; pnest (Rochester) June 17. 1832- v - ° f Charlton. 
Wilts., 1838-48. R. of Lambley, Notts., i8 4 7-59- Rural 
Dean. Married Emma, dau. of Sir George Carroll, of Caven- 
dish Square, London, and of Loughton, Essex. Died sud- 
denly Nov. 27, 1859, aged 53, at Lambley. Father of Frank 
C. (1867). (G. Mag., i860, 1. 189.) 



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Cobden-Samuel, Louis Eveleigh Bawtree 

COBDEN-SAMUEL [formerly SAMUEL, subsequently COBDEN- 
RAMSAY], LOUIS EVELEIGH BAWTREE. Adru. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. i, 1892. S. of William Cobden, of Norwood. 
B. Oct. 29, 1873. School, Dulwich College (Mr Gilkes). 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B.A. 1895. 
Assumed the name of Cobden-Ramsay by Deed Poll, 1897. 
Entered the I.C.S , 1896; at Bihar and Orissa. Political 
Agent and Commissioner, Orissa Feudatory States, 1906-22; 
retired. C.I.E., 1914. Of Stroquhan, Milton, Dumfries. 
Author, Gazetteer of the Orissa Feudatory States. Brother of 
the next. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1937.) 

COBDEN-SAMUEL [formerly SAMUEL], subsequently COBDEN- 
RAMSAY, VERE BAWTREE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1S94. S. of William Cobden, Esq. B. Feb. 8, 1875, at 
Streatham, Surrey. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 
1894; Browne Medal; B.A. 1897. Assumed the name of 
Cobden-Ramsay by Deed Poll, 1897. In the I.C.S., 1898. 
Joint Magistrate and Collector of Bengal. Died Aug. 9, 
1908. Brother of the above. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

COBDEN-SANDERSON, T. J., see SANDERSON, THOMAS 
JAMES. 

COBHAM, Baron, see ALEXANDER, GERVASE DISNEY. 

COBHAM, Viscount, see LYTTELTON, CHARLES GEORGE. 

COBHAM, ELIJAH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 3, 1900. 
S. of Mrs Cobham, of 9, Lunham Road, Gipsy Hill, London, 
S.E. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon, 1906; priest (Bristol) 1907; C. of Fishponds, Bristol, 
1906-7. Missionary in All Saints' district, Fishponds, 1907- 

10. P.C. of Fishponds, 1911-13. Missionary of the Colonial 
and Continental Church Society, at Nakura, East Africa, 
1913. During the Great War, when the Germans invaded 
East Africa, served as a volunteer in the R.A.M.C; later 
Chaplain to the Forces. Died Sept. 19, 1917, of wounds 
received whilst carrying in the wounded. (Crockford; Univ. 
War List.) 

COBHAM, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Cheisti, 
Oct. 1, r890. Of Lanes. S. of John, restaurant proprietor 
[of Waterloo, Lanes.]. B. there June 6, 1866. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1S98. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest 
(Durham) 1898; C. of Gateshead, 1896-8. Chaplain, of the 
Missions to Seamen, for the Tees. R. of Guisborough, Yorks., 
1906-19. R. of Beeford with Lissett and Dunnington, 1919- 
36. Rural Dean of N. Holderness, 1931-6; retired. Of n, 
Beach Road, Emsworth, Hants. Brother of the next. 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

COBHAM, JOHN LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Chrisii, 
Sept. 29, 1891. Of Lanes. S. of John, Esq., of Liverpool. 
B. May 12, 1873, at Waterloo, near Liverpool. School, 
Merchant Taylors', Gt Crosby. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Norwich) 1897; 
C of Gt Yarmouth, 1896-1900. C of Gipsy Hill, 1900-4. 
V. of St John-the-Evangelist. Carlisle, 1904-12. V. of St 
Peter's, Tunbridge Wells, 1912-19. Commissary for Uganda, 
1912-22. Chaplain at Entebbe, Uganda, 1920-1; at Clarens, 
1922. R. of Torwood, Torquay, 1922-38. Rural Dean of 
Ippleden, 1928-33. Archdeacon of Totnes, 1933-. Preb. of 
Exeter, 1935-. Brother of the above. (Crockford, 1939.) 

COBHAM, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Nov. 11, 
1810, from Oriel College, Oxford. Matric. (Oriel College) 
Apr. 11, 1807, age 17. S. of Richard, Esq. B. in the Bar- 
bados. Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1812. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, June 27, 1810, as 'B.A., Oriel College' (sic). Called to 
the Bar, 1815. (Al. Oxon.; Lincoln's Inn. Adm. Bk.) 

COBLEY, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Apr. 7, 
1810. 2nd s. of John (next), V. of Cheddar, Somerset. B. 
Dec. 20, 1790. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1810; 
Scholar, 1811; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817. Ord. deacon, 1815; 
priest, 1816. V. of Winscombe, Somerset, 1828-59. Died 
there Apr. 26, 1859. (G. Mag., 1859, 1. 653.) 

COBLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Feb. 25, 1779- S. and 
h. of Benjamin, R. of Dodbrooke, Devon. B. Nov. 22, 1755, 
at Durnsford, near Exeter. School, Kingsbridge, Devon 
(Mr Mitchell). Scholar, 1780; matric. Easter, 1781; LL.B. 
1786. V. of Cheddar, Somerset, 1804-36. Died there May 

11, 1836, aged 82. Father of the above. (G. Mag., 1836, 11. 
106.) 

COCHRAN-PATRICK, see KENNEDY, NEIL JAMES. 

COCHRAN-PATRICK, WILLIAM ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, June 25, 1888. S. of R. W., Esq., of Dover 
House, Whitehall, and of Kildeton, Port Ellen, Islay. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1888. Died in College, Jan. 
29, 1891. 

COCHRANE (COCHRANE- WISHART-BAILL1E), ALEXANDER 
DUNDAS ROSS WISHART BAILLIE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity. Feb. 18, 1836; Fell.-Com. the same day. Pre- 
viously at Oxford; matric. (Christchurch) June 4, 1835, 
age 18. Re-adm. Fell.-Com. June 29, 1842. S. of Sir Thomas 



Cochrane, William Percy 

John, Admiral (for whom see D.N.B.). B. Nov. 24, 1816, at 
Stonehouse, Devon. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1836. 
President of the Union, 1837. M.P. for Bridport, 1841 (> 
and 1847-52; for Lanarkshire, 1857; for Honiton, 1859-68; 
for the Isle of Wight, 1870-80. Steward of the Chi] 
Hundreds, 1846. Created Baron Lamington 01 Lamington, 
Co. Lanark, May 3, 1880. Knight of the Order of St Saviour 
of Greece. Married Annabella Mary Elizabeth, dau. of 
Andrew Robert Drummond, of Cadlands, Southampt tt, 
Dec. 4, 1844. He was well-known in society and is the 
'Buckhurst' in Disraeli's novel of Coningsby. His reminis- 
cences, entitled In the Days of the Dandies, appeared in 
Blackwood's Magazine. Author, poems, novels, etc. Died 
Feb. 15, 1890, at 26, Wilton Crescent. (G.E.C., sub Lamirjg- 
ton; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.; Al. Oxon.) 
COCHRANE, ALFRED CHOLMLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1S94. S. of Alfred, iron-master, of Norton House, 
Coatham, Redcar, Yorks. B. Aug. n, 1876, at Middles- 
brough, Yorks. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
B.A. 1897. Solicitor, 1901 ; Messrs. Earle and Cochrane, 
Hereford. Of Wood View, Broomy Hill, Heref., in 1911. 
Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.S.C). Married and 
had issue. (Univ. War List.; Burke, L.G., 1936, Add.) 

COCHRANE, ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 12, 
1885. S. of Joseph Branch, of Pedmore Hall, Stourbridge, 
Worcs. B. Apr. 21, 1867, at Stourbridge. School, Broms- 
grove (Mr Milhngton). Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 
1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Worcester) 1891; C. of St 
Matthias, Birmingham, 1890-3. C. of Birling, Kent, 1893- 
1902. C. of Deal, 1902-5. V. of St Matthias', Tulse Hill, 
London, 1905-20. Afterwards of 20, Granville Road, East- 
bourne; without cure. (Crockford, 1939.) 

COCHRANE, ARTHUR HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 27, 1875. Of Stafford. S. of John, iron-master. B. at 
Longlands, Amblecote. [Bapt. Dec. 17, 1857.] School, 
Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1876. Engineer. Died June 8, 1914. 
Brother of Harry H. (1865) and James D. (1870). (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 

COCHRANE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 15, 1831. 
Of the East Indies. [S. of The Hon. Basil, E.I.C.S., and 
grandson of Thomas, Earl of Dundonald.j Matric. Michs. 
1831. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 8, 1831, as '3rd s. 
of The Hon. Basil, late of Portman Square, deceased.' 
Called to the Bar, 1838. Of Stow House, North End, Hamp- 
stead, Middlesex. (Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court; Burke. 
P. and B., sub Dundonald.) 

COCHRANE, HARRY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 10, 1865. S. of John, civil engineer. B. Jan. 28, 1847, 
at Woolwich. [Bapt. there Dec. 17, 1847.] School, Edg 
baston Proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 
1872. Partner in the firm of John Cochrane and Sons, 
Victoria Street, Westminster. Died Jan. 24, 1928, at Yateley, 
Hants. Brother of the next, etc. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, 
Jan. 26, 1928.) 

COCHRANE, JAMES DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. 16, 1870. 2nd s. of John, engineer. B. at Upper 
Norwood, Surrey. Bapt. Oct. 18, 1854. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. Athletics 'blue,' 1874. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, June 10, 1872, as 2nd s. of John, of 3, 
Hyde Park Gate; no call. Died Feb. 18, 1880, at Rio de 
Janeiro. Brother of Arthur H. (1875), etc. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.) 

COCHRANE, JAMES GWATKIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Jan. 29, 1831. 2nd s. of James. B. at Madras. 
Schools, Harrow and Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1835- 
LL.B. 1838. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 2, 1831, as ' 2nd s. 
of James C, late E.I.C.S., and of Rochsoles, Co. Lanark'; 
no call. Died Oct. 2, 1839, at Villa Nuova, Italy. (Hailey- 
bury Sch. Reg.) 

COCHRANE, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 30, 
1856. S. of James, Esq., of Lochiar, Cork. B. Sept. 20, 1838, 
in London. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1856. Residing 
at Lochiar, Cork, in 1898. Died Aug. 19, 1914. (Venn, 11. 
332 ; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

COCHRANE, WALTER NEVILLE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 26, 1887. S. of George, of Scarborough [and Harriet, 
dau. of Samuel Neville]. B. Aug. 25, 1869. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. and LL.B. 1891. Barrister-atlaw; 
of Woodleigh, Darlington. Married and had issue. Died May, 
1932. (Burke, L.G., 1936, Add.) 

COCHRANE, WILLIAM PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
1878. S. and h. of William, Esq., of Oakfield House, Gosforth, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. Mar. 22, i860. School, King 
Edward's, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; 
M.A. 1886. Of Rezzola, Lirei, Province of Genoa. CavalUre 
of the Crown of Italy, 1909. Died Nov. 2, 1937, aged 77, at 
Monte Carlo. (Burke, L.G., 1936, Add.; The Times, Nov. 4, 
1937) 



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COCK, EDWIN HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. S. of 
Frederick, M.D., of Westbourae Park Terrace, London. 
School, University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1895; priest 
(Carlisle) 1901. Previously a Solicitor in bankruptcy depart- 
ment of the Board of Trade. i_ . "i Jarrovv, 1895-7. Held 
other curacies, 1897-1907. V. of Winster, Carlisle, 1907-19. 
V. of Hugil (or Ings), 1919-29. R. of Doynton, Gloucs., 
1929-35. Chaplain of Bristol Homoeopathic Hospital, 
Bristol, 1936-. Married and had issue. Of 6, Henleaze 
Gardens, Westbury-on-Trym. {Crock/ord, 1939.) 

COCK, JOHN LUCIUS ASTLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
25, 1894. S. of Thomas Astley (1830), clerk, of 20, Delamere 
Street, London. B. Apr. 26, 1876, in London. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 189S; M.A. 1902. 
Went to the United States. Of 1424, Dearborn, Parkway, 
Chicago, U.S.A. Brother of Thomas A. (1896). (Marlborough 
Coll. Reg., ed. 1936.) 

COCK, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, May 2, 1820. 
S. of Robert. B. at Dufnetd, Derbs. School, Ripon, Yorks. 
(Mr Pines). Matric. Michs. 1820. Migrated pens, to Corpus 
Christi, Apr. 10, 1821; of Yorks.; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. 

COCK, THOMAS ASTLEY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 15, 1830. S. of Thomas. B. at Hackney, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. (27'/' Wrangler) 1834; M.A. 1837. 
Ord. deacon (London) May 26, 1839. Mathematical Tutor at 
King's College, London, in 1846, and Professor of Mathe- 
matics at Queen's College, London, until 1885. Died July 3, 
1885, aged 73, at 18, Rodney Street, Pentonville, London. 
Father of John L. A. (1894) and the next. [Boose.) 

COCK, THOMAS ASTLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 
1896. S. of Thomas Astley (above), clerk, of 20, Delamere 
Street, London. B. June 14, 1878, in London. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. Football 
(rugby) "blue,' 1899. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
R.A.S.C, 1916). Address, Bath Club, Dover Street, London, 
W. Brother of John L. A. (1894). (Univ. War List; Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.) 

COCK, WILLIAM LAMERTON. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1883; 
B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. 

COCKAYNE, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mar. 13, 1895. S. of William. B. Aug. 29, 1874, at Sheffield. 
Schools, Sheffield Collegiate and Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898. Previously (1890-2) in business. Died 
Sept. 23, 1907, at Sydney, Australia. (Peile, 11. 798.) 

COCKAYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 3, 
1780. Of Herts. S. and h. of Thomas Mildmay. School, 
Westminster. Matnc. Lent, 1782; B.A. 1784; M.A. 1788; 
D.D. 1813. Ord. deacon (Bristol, Litl. dim. from London) 
Mar. 12, 17S6; priest (Bristol) July 6, 1788. Opened a school 
at Stapleton Court, July 30, 17S7. C. of Stapleton, Gloucs., 
1787. V. of Burnham, Essex, 1796-1826. R. of Dogmersneld, 
Hants., 1826-9. Married (1) Frances Devey, spinster, school- 
mistress, at Stapleton, Jan. 26, 179-; ( 2 ) Charlotte, youngest 
dau. of Robert Bayard, of Stubbington House, Hants., 
Dec. n, 1828. Died Dec. 17, 1829, at Stapleton Court. 
(J. B. Peace; Recordof <>l<l W -si minsters; C. R. Hudleston; 
Farley, Bristol Journal.) 

COCKAYNE, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, May 
28, 1807. Matric. Michs. 1807. 

COCKAYNE, THOMAS OSWALD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 8, 1824. S. of J., clerk, of Bath. B. 1807. Matric. 
Michs. 1824; Scholar 1827; B.A. (30^ Wrangler) 1828; M.A. 
1835. Ord. deacon, 1832; priest (Bath and Wells) 1833; 
C. of Keynsham, 1832. Kept a first class school at Keynsham 
Grange for some time. Assistant Master at King's College 
School, London, 1842-69. Devoted himself to literature and 
educational work. An industrious student of Anglo-Saxon; 
published several works on that language, which are now 
out of print. A member of the Philological Society and of 
the Early English Text Society. Author, miscellaneous. 
Shot himself June 2 or 3, 1873, at Carrickdew, St Ives, 
Cornwall. (D.N.B.; Boase; G.E.C., Notes.) 

COCKAYNE, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, 
Nov. 20, 1773. From Ireland. 4th s. of Charles (Cockayne 
or Cokayne), Viscount Cullen. B. Apr. 16, 1756. at Rushton 
Hall, Northants. Matric. Michs. 1773; M.A. (fil. nob.) 1776. 
Comptroller of the household at Dublin Castle, i79°- 
Governor of Limerick Castle. Of Rushton Hall, Northants. 
Succeeded (June 7, 1802) his father in the family estates, but 
not in the title, as his elder brother survived him. Married 
Barbara, dau. of George Hill, Serjeant-at-law, of Rothwell 
Manor, Northants., Oct. n, 1777- Died s.p.m. Oct. 8, 1809. 
Buried at All Saints', Rushton. (Burke, P. and B., sub 
Cullen.) 

COCKAYNE-CUST, H. J. C, see CUST. 



Cockburn, Richard 

COCKBURN, ALEXANDER JAMES EDMUND. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Sept. 14, 1822. S. and h. of Alexander, 
Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Stuttgart. B. Dec. 24, 
1802. Matric. Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1823; Prizeman; LL.B. 
(Civil Law, 1st Class, 1824-5) 1829; Hon. LL.D. 1874. Fellow, 
1828-50. Hon. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1S70. President of the 
Union, 1824. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 19, 1825. 
Called to the Bar, 1829. On the Western Circuit. Q.C., 
1841. Bencher, 1841. Recorder of Southampton, 1840-6. 
M.P. for Southampton, 1847-56. Knighted, Aug. 14, 1850. 
Solicitor-General, 1850-1. Attorney-General, 185 1-2 and 
again, 1852-6. Conducted the prosecution of Palmer, the 
Rugeley poisoner. Recorder of Bristol, 1S54-6. Lord Chief 
Justice of C.P., 1856-9. P.C., 1857. Lord Chief Justice of 
the Queen's Bench, 1859-80. Lord Chief Justice of England, 
1875-80. Succeeded his uncle, Sir William Cockbum, as 
12th Bart., Apr. 30, 1858. One of the arbitrators, under the 
Treaty of Washington, respecting the .Alabama claim, 1871-2. 
G.C.B. (extra), 1873. having declined a peerage. Presided 
at the trial of the Tichbome case, the last important incident 
in his brilliant professional career. Died unmarried Nov. 20, 
1880, having presided in Court in the afternoon. Buried at 
Kensal Green cemetery. (G.E.C., 11. 330; Middle Temple; 
D.N.B.) 

COCKBURN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Jan. 29, 
1812. Of Ireland. S. of [George], Lieut. -General [doubtless 
Sir George, afterwards General and G.C.B. , of Shanganagh 
Castle, Co. Wicklow, for whom see D.N.B.]. B. in Dublin. 
School, Marlow. Matric. Lent, 1812; Scholar; B.A. 1816. 
In Holy Order?. Died Jan. 30, 1854, at Shanganagh Castle, 
near Bray. [Lieut. -Gen. Sir George Cockburn married a 
daughter of Phineas Riall, Esq., of Clonmel, Ireland, in 1791 ; 
see Memoir, G. Mag., 1S47, n. 539.] (G. Mag., 1854, 1. 437.) 

COCKBURN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 22, 
1830. Of Middlesex. S. of William (1791), Dean of York. 
Died Sept. 8, 1850, at Core Hill, Devon. Buried at Kelston. 
Brother of James P. (1824) and Robert D. (1827). (Misc. 
Gen. et Her., N.S. 11; G. Mag., 1850, 11. 450.) 

COCKBURN, GEORGE [ALEXANDER]. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Feb. 9, 1824, as George. Re-adm. Feb. 4, 1833. S. 
of Sir George, Bart. B. Nov. 6, 1806. Schools, Hammersmith 
(Dr Atwood) and Ealing (Dr Moseley). Matric. Michs. 1824. 
Migrated to Sidney, Jan. 30, 1826; B.A. 1828, as Geo. 
Alexander; M.A. (St John's) 1832. Ord. deacon, 1829; 
priest (York) 1830; C. of Ellerburn, Yorks., 1831-8. R. of 
Rhoscrowther, Pembs., 1842-50. V. of Pickering, Yorks., 
1858-81. Of Pickering, Yorks., in 1S86. [There is consider- 
able doubt as to this man's identity. Sir George Cockbum, 
Admiral and Bart., died s.p.m, 1853. In G.E.C., Baronetage, 
11. 330, there is a note giving an advertisement which 
appeared in The Times, May 10, 1881, re the widow and 
children of the late George Henry Cockburn, eldest son of 
Sir George, Bart, and Admiral, and nephew of the late Sir 
Alexander James Edmund Cockburn, Bart. According to 
St John's Coll. Adm. Reg., George Cockbum, adm. there in 
1824, was son of Sir George, Bart.; he matriculated from St 
John's as George, the additional christian name of Alexander 
appears in the Sidney College Reg., where he was admitted 
'from St John's,' and when taking both degrees. He is also 
said to have been adopted by a Judge of the High Naval 
Court — no parentage being given. The identification of the 
Rev. George Alexander Cockburn with the son of Sir George 
Cockburn has not been established and perhaps two men have 
been confused.] 

COCKBURN, JAMES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, June 29, 
1788. Of Middlesex. S. and h. of Sir James, Bart., of Eye- 
mouth, Co. Berwick. B. Mar. 21, 1771. Matric. Michs. 1789. 
Succeeded his father as 9th Bart., July, 1804. Under 
Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, 1806-7. Governor 
and Commander-in-Chief of Curacoa, 1807-n. Governor of 
the Bermudas, 1S11-19. G.C.H. Sheriff of Carmarthenshire, 
1S47. Married Mariana, dau. of George (Devereux), Viscount 
Hereford, Oct. 14, 1801. Died s.p.m. Feb. 26, 1852, in Port- 
man Square, London. Buried in Kensal Green cemetery. 
Brother of William (1791). (G.E.C., 11. 329.) 

COCKBURN, JAMES PEEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 12, 
1824. S. of William (1791), Dean of York. Matric. Michs. 
1826; B.A. 1831. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 3, 1829, 
as 'John (sic) Peel, s. and h. of the Rev. William C, Dean of 
York.' Of Salcombe House. Esq. Married EUen, dau. of 
Robert Peel, Esq., of Watlington Hall, Norfolk, May, 1831. 
Died Dec. 28, 1S45, at Kelston rectory, Somerset, aged 38. 
Buried at Kelston. Brother of George (1S30), etc. (Burke, 
P. and B.\ G. Mag., 1846, 1. 220.) 

COCKBURN or COCKBONE, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, May 30, 1787. Of Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1787; Scholar, 1790; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794; B.D. 
:8o2. Fellow, 1793- 1809. Ord. deacon (York) Oct. 7, 1792; 



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Cockev, Thomas 



priest (Chichester) Dec. zi, 1793; C. of St Peter's, Notting- 
ham, 1792. C. of Easthain, Susses. V. of Bolney, 1795- 
1827. V. of Boxley, Kent, 180S-31. Preb. of Winchester, 
1825-31. R. of Banning, 1827-31. Married Miss Tilghman 
(niece of Mrs Huskisson, wife of William Huskisson, M.P., of 
Eastham), Dec. 12, 1808. Died Nov. 24, 1831, at Winchester. 
{Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; St John's Coll. Aim., IV ; G. Mag., 
1831, 11. 568 and 653 (a correction of a confusion in the obit, 
notice). 

COCKBURN, ROBERT DRAYTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 30, 1827. S. of William (1791), Dean of York. B. at 
Drayton, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1828. Died v. p. June 15, 
1850, aged 42. Buried at Kelston. Brother of James P. 
(1S24), etc. {.Misc. Gen. el Her., N.S., II. 551; G. Mag., 1850, 
II. 228.) 

COCKBURN, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 30, 
I S35. [4th s. of Walter, Esq., of Edinburgh.] Matric. Michs. 
1836; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1844. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
June 3, 1837; migrated to Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 19, 1843. 
Called to the Bar, 1844. (T. C. Dale, Inner Temple Adm. Bk.) 

COCKBURN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 21, 
1791. Of Middlesex. 3rd s. of Sir James, Bart. B. June 2, 
1773. School, Charterhouse. Scholar, 1791; matric. Michs. 
1794; Prizeman; B.A. (i2*ft Wrangler) 1795; M.A. 1798; 
Seatonian Prize, 1802; D.D. 1823. Fellow, 1796-1806. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) June 15, 1800; priest, May 31, 1801. 
Christian Advocate, 1803-10. Minister of St Andrew's, 
Tavistock Square, London, 1808. P.C. of Fazeley, Staffs., 
1812-1S. R. of Thelbridge, Devon, 1821-9. V. of Ellerbum, 
Yorks., 1829-30. Dean of York, 1822-58. R. of Kelston, 
Somerset, 1S32-5S. V. of Thornton, Yorks., 1831-6 (?). 
Succeeded his brother, Sir George, as 9th Bart., Aug. 19, 
1853. His actions as Dean, in relation to the property of the 
Chapter, occasioned disputes and subsequent litigation when 
proceedings in the Visitatorial Court of the Archbishop of 
York resulted in a judgment by which he was 'deprived 
and deposed. . .from his place of Dean.' An appeal to the 
Court of Queen's Bench, though not securing an actual 
reversal of the judgment, prohibited it from being carried 
into effect. Married (1) Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert Peel, 
Bart., Dec. 30, 1805; (2) Margaret Emma, dau. of Lieut.- 
Col. Pearse, of Hatley St George, Cambs., Sept. 14, 1830. 
Author, miscellaneous. A great pamphleteer. Died s.p.m. 
Apr. 30, 1858, aged 84, at Kelston. Buried there. M.I. 
Brother of James (178S); father of James P. (1824), Robert 
D. (1827) and George (1830). [St John's Coll. Adm.; G.E.C., 
ii. 3-=9-) 

COCKBURN-HOOD, JOHN SHAPLAND ELLIOT, see HOOD. 

COCKCRAFT, WILLIAM OWEN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1887. 
Adm. at Queens', Michs. 1888. S. of Macleod Baynes. [B. 
May 25, 1863, at Dublin.] B.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1890; 
priest (Lincoln) 1891; C. of Boston, 1890-2. Held other 
curacies, 1892-1903. R. of Langton-Herring, Dorset, 1903- 
20. V. of Buildwas, Salop, 1920-32. Died June t3, 1932. 
[Crock/ord, 1932; Queen's Coll. Mag.) 

COCKE, FREDERICK HEYSETT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Magdalene, June 29, 1842. S. of Richard, Esq., of Tregony, 
Cornwall. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. 

COCKELL, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 24, 
1832, as Cochell {sic). S. of William. B. at Attleborough, 
Norfolk. School, Hingham (Mr Browne). Matric. Michs. 
1832. Father of the next. 

COCKELL, ARTHUR TEMPLE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 
11, 1879. S. of Arthur (above), J.P. B. at Attleborough, 
Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1879. Migrated to Christ Church, 
Oxford, after Easter term, 1881, but not found in Al. Oxon. 
(PeiU, 11. 669.) 

COCKELL, EDGAR WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's 
Oct. 7, 1878. S. and h. of William, accountant and Comp- 
troller-General of Inland Revenue. B. July 10, 1859, at 
Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 
1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon (Bedford) 1882; priest (Can- 
terbury) 1883; C. of Hammersmith, 1882-6. C. of Ealing, 
1886-8. R. of More, Salop, 1888-1901. R. of ErisweU, 
Suffolk, 1901-39-. Rural Dean of Mildenhall, 1919-34. 
(Crockford, 1939; Cox, County Series, Suffolk, 1912.) 

COCKELL. TEESDALE WILLIAM. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 
1887. B. Dec. 21, 1869. School, Dover College. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon (Chichester) 
1893; priest, 1S94; C. of Westmeston, Sussex, 1893-9. R. 
of St Thomas's, Beaudesert, Queensland, 1899-1903. R. of 
Toowoomba, Queensland, 1903-12. R. of Plumpton with 
East Chillington, Sussex, 1913-22. Died Jan. 27, 1924, at 
Kilcoy, Queensland. [Crockford; The Times, Feb. 2, 1924.) 

COCKER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 8, 
1822. 3rd s. of John Robert. B. 1803, in London. School, 



Eton. Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826. Adm. at tin- Middle 
Temple, Nov. 25, 1820, as 3rd s. of John, Esq., of Lower 
Grosvenor Square, deceased. Called to the Bar, 
Married Louisa, dau. of Major Lloyd, R.A., 1830. Died 
Jan. 29, 1866, aged 63, at Carew rectory, Pembs. [Inner 
Temple Adm. Bk.; G. Mag., 1866, 1. 451.) 

COCKER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, May 12, 
1830. S. and h. of John Thomas, of New Bank, near Oldham, 
Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1834; 
M.A. 1837; B.D. 1S50. Fellow, 1837. Bursar, 1844-6. Tutor. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 18, 1834. Called to the Bar, 
1838. Ord. deacon, 1848; priest, 1849; V. of Cherryhinton, 
Cambs., 1849-51. Married Catherine, dau. of Abram 
Crompton, June 2, 1855. Resided latterly at New Bank, near 
Oldham. Died there May 15, 1881, aged 69. (3". A. Walker, 
440; The Guardian, May 18, i88r.) 

COCKER, WILLIAM BAILEY (BAYLEY). Adm. sizar at 
Magdalene, June 24, 1793. S. of William, of Hunslet, near 
Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar; B.A. 1796; M.A. 1801. 
V. of Bunney, Notts., 1801-23. v - °f Ruddington, 1801-23. 
Died May 2, 1823, aged 51, at Cheltenham. (G. Mag.) 

COCKERELL or COCKERILL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 6, 1803. Of Middlesex. [S. and h. of Samuel Pepys, 
Esq., of Paddington.] B. Oct. 10, 1785. Matric. Michs. 1804; 
B.A. 1808; M.A. 1811. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 5, 1805, 
as 'J. Cockerell, of St John's College, Cambridge, 1st s. of 
Samuel Pepys C, of Westbounie Green, London, Esq.' J.P. 
and D.L. for Wilts. [Burton Hill House , Burton Hill, Malmes- 
bury, belonged to J. Cockerell, Esq., when it was destroyed 
by tire, Mar. 14, 1846. See Topographical Coll. of Wills., by 
J. Aubrey, enlarged edit., 1862.] Married Joanna Mary, dau. 
of Brig. -Gen. Catlin Craufurd, Sept. 24, 1829, at St George's, 
Hanover Square, London. Died Apr. 28, 1869, aged 83, at 
9, Adelaide Crescent, Brighton. Buried at Hove. [Vis. of 
England and Wales, x.) 

COCKERELL, SAMUEL PEPYS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
25, 1898. S. of William Ackland (Acland), of 1, Halkin 
Place, Belgrave Square, London. B. May 12, 1SS0, in 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1898. Athletics 
'blue,' 1899; rowing 'blue,' 1900. Entered the Foreign 
Office, 1902. Sometime at Madrid and Lisbon as Commercial 
Attache to the British Embassy at Madrid, and to the 
Legation at Lisbon, 1906-10. Took up aviation and became 
a probationer in the Special Reserve of the R.F.C. Served 
in the Great War (2nd Lieut., R.F.C; joined the Expedition- 
ary Forces in Egypt, 1914, doing duty as pilot and observer 
over the Sinai desert). Died Mar. 20, 1915, at IsmaUia. 
[Vis. of England and Wales, x; The Times, Mar. 23, 1915.) 

COCKERTON, DAVID. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel. Apr. 12, 

1809. Of Lanes. [S. of , of Dalton.] Matric. Michs. 

1809; B.A. 1813. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1813; priest (Lich- 
field and Coventry) 1814. R. of Ashstead, Surrey, 1822-6; 
resigned. Treasurer of the Winchester District Association 
(S.P.G.), 1828. Died Jan. 16, 1856, aged 66, at Bullington 
House, Hants. Perhaps brother of Robert B. (1823). (G. 
Mag., 1856, 1. 433.) 

COCKERTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 18, 1803; 
from Oxford. Matric. (Wadham College), May 21, 1801, 
age 19. S. of William, of Sutton, Essex. B. there Apr. 10, 
1782. Schools, Baddow, Essex (Mr Larcher) and Fryeming 
(Dr Stubbs). [Al. Oxon.) 

COCKERTON, HUGH HERRON. Adm. at Clare, June 14, 

1884. Matric. Michs. 1884. 
COCKERTON, JAMES. B.A. 1830, incorp. from Dublin. 

COCKERTON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 28, 1826. 
Of Middlesex. S. of John, Esq., of Millsands, near Sheffield. 
Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 
1835; priest (Lichfield and Coventry) 1851. Head Master of 
Dronfield Grammar School, 1847-63. V. of Beauchief, 
Derbs., 1850-62. Not in Crockford, 1865. 

COCKERTON, JOSEPH STEWART. Adm. pens, (age 25) at 
Jesus, Dec. 1888. S. of James, Esq. B. in London. School, 
King's College. Matric. Lent, 1889; B.A. l8gr; M.A. 1901. 

COCKERTON, ROBERT BLACKBURN. Adm. sizar at Em- 
manuel, May 1, 1823. Of Lanes. P.C. of CartmeU Fell, 
Lanes., 1829-61. Died there July 17, 1861, aged 59. Perhaps 
brother of David (1809). (G. Mag., 1861, 11. 332.) 

COCKEY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 7, is !; . Of 
Devon. [William Aldridge Cockey, s. of Peter, of Ashburton, 
Devon, matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, June 10, 
1780, age 18. A William Aldridge Cockey, s. of the Rev. 
W. A. Cockey, R. of West Ogwell, Devon, died July ' 
aged 50, at Ashburton; he was probably son of the nxford 
student and perhaps brother of Thomas.] [Al. Oxon.;G. Mag., 
1862, 11. 37i.) 



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COCKIN, GEORGE SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christ;, 
Oct i 1S95. Of Yorks. S. of John, schoolmaster, of Hull. 
B Dec 7 1876, at Norton, near Malton. School, Caistor 
Grammar. Matric. Miens. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902; 
Incorp M.A. at Dublin, 1910; LL.B. (Dubl.) 1910; LL.D. 
(Dubl) ion. Ord. deacon, 1899; priest (Manchester) 1900; 
C of Didsbury, 1899-1903. Held other curacies, 1903-10. 
R. of St Catharine's, Manchester, 1910-17. Organising 
Secretary for the South American Missionary Society, 1917- 
19 V of Thornton-Curtis, Lines., 1920-3. R. of Rockland 
St Marv with Hellington, Norfolk, 1923-36. R- of Postwick, 
1936- 'FRGS, 1908. Chaplain of St Andrew's Hospital, 
Thorpe 1936-. Author, Some difficulties inihe Life of Ow Lord. 
Brother of M. S. (1900) and R. P. (1898). {Crockjord, 1939.) 

COCKIN JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 3, 1802. Of 
Cumberland. Matric. Michs. 1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. 
Ord deacon (Bristol) Mar. 28, 1806; pnest, Sept. 14, 1806; 
C of St Werburgh's, Bristol, 1806. C. of Old Chapel, Syden- 
ham, in 1841. C. of AshweUthorpe, Norfolk, c. 1850-2. [To 
be distinguished from John Cockm, Independent Minister, 
of Halifax, and formerly of Holmiirth, who died Oct. 17, 
1861 aged 78. He was s. of Joseph Cockin, Independent 
Minister of Yorkshire, whose Memoirs he completed. 
Joseph came under the influence of the Rev. Henry Venn, 

V of Huddersfield; see Venn Family Annals]. (Clergy List, 
1850: G. Mag., 1861, II. 692; H. J. Morehouse, Kirkburtonand 
Holm'firth.) 

COCKIN MARMADUKE. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 30, 
1836. Of Hants. Migrated to Queens', Oct. 11, 1836; , 'of 
Wilts' Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 19, 1841; priest, June 11, 1843; 
C of Rangeworthy, Gloucs., 1841. P.C. of Norton, 1843-7. 

V of Dunton Bassett, Leics., 1847-63. Died Feb. 14, 1863, 
aged 48, at Shrewsbury. (Hockaday, MS.; G. Mag., 1863, 
1. 390.) 

COCKIN MAURICE STANLEY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1900. 
S of' John, of the Park, Hull, deceased. B. there Dec. 23, 
1881. School, Hyrners College, Hull. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B A 1904- M.A. T907. Assistant District Commissioner, 
West Africa. Served in the Great War (Capt., East Yorks. 
Regt ■ mentioned in despatches; wounded; Ministry of 
munitions (administrative)). Journalist and publicist. 
Resident at Levden House, Mortlake, Surrey, in 1939. 
Brotherof the next and of G.S. (1895). {Venn, in. 403. ' '" 
War List.) 
COCKIN REGINALD PERCY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 1898. 
S of John of Hull. B. there May 18, 1879. School, Hyrners 
College Hull. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.B., B.C. 
and M.A. 1906; M.D. 1913. Entered the Colonial Medical 
Service, 1908; with the Niger Cross Expedition, 190S-9. In 
the Government Service in Cyprus, 1910, and in Grenada, 
1913 Made important pathological investigations. Joined 
the staff of the London School of Tropical Medicine. Durmg 
the Great War, Lieut., R.A.M.C. Returned to England and 
resumed his work as Assistant Helininthologist at the School 
of Tropical Medicine. Also connected with the Seamen's 
Hospital where he established a clinic under the Local 
Government Board. Died Dec. 10, 1918, aged 39, at 5, 
Chaucer Mansions, West Kensington. Brother of the above 
and of G.S. (1895). {Venn, 11. 557; The Times, Dec. 12, 1918; 
Caian.) 
COCKLE, CHARLES MOSS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1849. S. of James, of 18, New Oraiond Street, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1849. Brother of James (1S37). 
COCKLE GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1847. 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Afterwards at 
Oxford; matric. (Exeter College) Feb. 6, 1877, age 56, as 
' 3rd s. of James, gent., of London.' Mus.Bac. (Oxford) 1882. 
Of 8, Ovington Square, Brompton, and later of 9, Bolton 
Gardens, South Kensington. Died May 30. 1900, at Lyons 
Lodge, Bolton Gardens, S.W. [In Foster, Men at the Bar, 
he is wrongly identified with George Cockle, barrister of the 
Inner Temple, 1865.] (The Times, June 1, 1900; Scott, MSS.; 
Al. 0*on.; A. Williams, Degrees in Music.) 
COCKLE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 21, 1837. 2nd 
s of James, surgeon, of New Ormond Street, London. B. 
Jan 14, 1819, at Gt Oakley, Essex. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. (33rd Wrangler) 1842; M.A. 1845. 
Adm at the Middle Temple, Apr. 12, 1838. Called to the 
Bar 1846. On the Midland Circuit. First Chief Justice of 
Queensland, 1863-79- F.R.A.S., 1854. F.R.S., 1865. 
Knighted, July 29, 1869. President of the Queensland Philo- 
sophical Society. An eminent mathematician. Made note- 
worthy contributions to the theory of differential equations. 
Author, mathematical. Died Jan. 27, 1805. at 12, St Stephen's 
Road Bayswater, London. Brother of Charles M. (1849). 
Middle Temple Adm. Bk.; D.N.B., Suppl.) 
COCKLE, RICHARD TARN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Tune 15. 1839. Of Middlesex. School. King's College. 
London Matrii Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. 



Cockshott, John Stanley 

COCKRILL, GEORGE EPHRAIM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
lune 30 1853. S. of William, of London, deceased. B. Nov 
S 1833, at Butterwick. Schools, Sydenham (Mr Spnngett) 
aid Sedbergh (Mr Evans). Matric. Michs. 1853. 
COCKS ARTHUR HAROLD. Matric. Non-Coil. Jan. 28, 1891. 
S of Stroud Lincoln. B. Apr. 5, 1869, at Kensington, 
London. Migrated to Queens', Easter, 1891; resided three 
terms and left owing to ill-health. Brother of Frank K. 
(1878). 
COCKS, CHARLES MAIDWELL. Adm. pens, at St John's 
Oct. 13, 1881. S. of John, chemist. B. July 18, ,1861 at 
Shipdham. Norfolk. Bapt. Apr. 26 1877. School Guildhall, 
E Dereham (Mr Lane). Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884, 
M A 1892 Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (York) 1887; C.ot 
St' Stephen's, Sheffield, 1886-7. C. of Urchfont Wilts., 1887- 
94. R of Folke, Dorset, 1894-19=4- P.C. of North Wootton, 
Norfolk, 1898-1924. Died Mar. 13, 1924. aged 62, at Folke. 
(Scott, M - - 1 
COCKS, FRANK ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Oct. 
1 1S78. S. of Stroud Lincoln, Esq. B. in London School, 
Reigate and afterwards in Germany. Matnc. Michs 1878; 
B A i88'- M A. 1S85. Ord. deacon, 1882; pnest (Ely) 1883, 
Cof Bury St Edmunds, 1882-5. R- of Upton with Copmaii- 
ford, Hunts., 1890-6. V. of New Buckenham. Norfolk, 
1896-1909. Lie. pr. for the dio. of Winchester 1915-27; for 
the dio of Guildford from 1927. Of Upton, Horsell Ridge- 
way, Woking. Brother of Arthur H. (1891). {Crockjord, 
1939) 
COCKS, HENRY LAURENCE SOMERS, see SOMERS-COCKS. 
COCKS WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. at Cavendish H., Easter, 
1880; matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Principal of Haw 
Bank Preparatory School, Cheadle, Cheshire, in 1908. 
{Schoolmasters' Directory, 1919.) 
COCKSEDGE, ROGER. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Dec. 6, 1768. 
Of Suffolk. S. of Roger, clerk. Matric. Easter, 1770; B.A. 
1771- MA 1776. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 6, 1773; 
priest, June 11, 1775- R- of Wordwell, Suffolk, I777"<>4. 

Married at Bury St Edmunds, a dau. of Toozey, R. of 

Hessett, Mar. 10, 1791. Died Aug. 1, 1794. at Bramhall, 
Cheshire. (A. Gray.) 
COCKSEDGE, THOMAS ABRAHAM JERN1NGHAM. Adm. 
pens, at Caius, Sept. 30, 1858. S. of Thomas Abraham 
surgeon, of Isleworth, Middlesex. B. Nov. 20, 1839, at 
Rothwell, Northants. School, Highgate. Matnc Michs. 
1858: B.A. 1864; M.A. 1882. M.R.C.S., 1862. L.S.A., 1867. 
Surgeon in the Army, 1867; Staff Surgeon, 1871; Royal 
Artillery 1872. Retired, as Hon. Surgeon- Major, 1875. 
Residing at Hodson's Bay, Athlone, in 1898. Died July 23, 
1912. {Venn, 11. 342; Army Med. Service.) 
COCKSHOTT, ARTHUR. Adm. sizar at Trinity June 20, 
iSfio. S. of Henry Morris (1819). of Manchester. B. Apr. 24, 
1 84 1 at Tibshelf, Derbs. School, Manchester. Matnc. 
Mich's, i860; Scholar, 1S63; B.A. ( 4 (A Wrangler) i8b 4 ; 
M \ 1867 Fellow, 1S66. Tutor, 1866. Assistant Master at 
Rossall School, 1864-5; at Eton, 1869-. Died Jan. I, 1913, 
aged 71, at Cheltenham. {The limes, Jan. 2, 1913.) 
COCKSHOTT, FRANCIS GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1899. S. of John James, of 24, Queen s Road, 
Southport, Lanes. B. Dec. 25, 18S0, at Southport. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1S99; B.A. 1902. Athletics 
'blue ' 1900, 1901, 1902. Solicitor. Served in the Great 
War (private, Saskatchewan Light Infantry, Canadian 
Force; wounded). Died May 22, 1934, aged 53, at Moosomin, 
Canada. Brother of the next. 
COCKSHOTT, GEORGE. Adm. at King's, Oct. 5, 1892. S. of 
John James, of Southport, Lanes. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. and LL.B. 1895; LL.M. 1899. 
Solicitor, 1898; Messrs. Buck. Cockshott and Cockshott, 
of Southport, Lanes. J.P. for Southport. Of 40, Alexandra 
Road, Southport. Brother of the above. {King s Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; Lax Lai, I937-) 
COCKSHOTT, HENRY MORRIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Sept. 25, 1S19. S. of John. B. at Rochdale, Lanes 
School, Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Tate). Matnc. Michs 1820; 
BA 18 '7 PC of Wellcombe, Devon, probably till 1838, 
when the Rev. J. Smith was instituted. C. of Tibshelf, 
Derbs in 1841. Unbeneficed in 1S47 and 1849- Died 1849. 
Father' of Arthur (1S60). (G. Mag., 1850, 1. 105; Clergy List, 
1841.) 
COCKSHOTT, JOHN STANLEY. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Jesus 
Oct. I, 1S69. S. of John, Esq. B. at Lewisham School, 
Liverpool Collegiate. Matric, Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A 
1876. Ord. deacon, 1873; Priest (Ripon) 1874. C. of St 
George's, Leeds, 1873-6. V. of Blyton with Wharton, Lines., 
1876-1914. Disappears from Crockjord, 1915- 



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COCKSHOTT, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. peas, at Christ's, Mar. 
II, 1845. S. of William. B. Dec. 17, 1S25, at Addinghain, 
Yorks. School, Kirkleatham (Rev. Ja. Holme). Matric. 
Michs. 1S45. Migrated to St Catharine's, Dec. 26, 1845; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. 1S52. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1849; priest, 
1851; C. of Huddcrsneld, Yorks., 1849-50. C. of Soham, 
Cambs., 1S50-7. V. of Burwell, 1S57-S5. Rural Dean of 
Fordham, 1S71-S5. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1878-1912. R. of 
Stretham with Thetford, Cambs., 18S5-1906. Rural Dean of 
Ely, 1892-1900. Lived latterly at Gt Shelford near Cam- 
bridge. Died there Feb. 18, 1912, aged 86. Father of the 
nest. (Peile, 11. 491; Tiie Guardian, Feb. 23, 1912.) 

COCKSHOTT, WILLIAM EVANS. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, May 25, 1880. S. of John W'illiam (above), clerk. B. 
Nov. 8, 1S62, at Bunvell, Cambs. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1SS4; M.A. 1S87. Ord. deacon, 
1885; priest (Norwich) 1886; C. of St Stephen's Norwich, 
1SS5-7. Chaplain to the British Legation at Athens, 1887-8. 
Chaplain to the British Embassy at Constantinople, 18S8-93. 
V. of Wootton Bassett, Wilts., 1893-1901. V. of St Peter's, 
Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, 1901-14. R. of St Paul's, 
Nanaimo, British Columbia, 1914-17. V. of Maple Bay, 
1919-27. V. of Cobble Hill, 1928-36. Of Cowichan Bay, 
Vancouver Island, B.C., in 1939. (Crockford, 1939.) 

COCKSHUTT(postCOCKSHUTT-TWISTLETON),JOSIAS. Adm. 
pens, (age 21) at Christ's, May 31, 1758. S. of Josias (1706), 
R. of Kegworth, Leics. B. there. School, Leicester (Mr 
Andrews). Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1759; B.A. 1762; 
M.A. 1765. Living at Chaddesden, Derbs., 17S1. Purchased 
Osbaston Hall, Leics., 1787. High Sherifi of Leics., 1789. 
Married (1) Mary, dau. of Thomas Cockshutt, Preb. of South- 
well, Notts., 1768; (2) Sarah, dau. of Richard Whitby, Esq., 
of Derby, 1785. Took the name of Twistleton in addition to 
Cockshutt. (Peile, 11. 266; Nichols, iv, Pt 11. 524.) 

COCKSHUTT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
July 27, 1767. S. of John, ironmaster. B. May 18, 174S, at 
Huthwaite, Yorks. School, Sheffield (Mr John Smith) 
Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767; B.A. (iof/t Wrangler) 
1772; M.A. 1775; B.D. 1782. Fellow, 1773-92. Senior Dean, 
1784-91. Delivered the Boyle Lectures, 1793-8. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Mar. 15, 1772; priest (Peterb.) June 6, 1773; 
C. of Parson Drove Chapel, Cambs. Whitehall Preacher, 
1785. V. of Long Stanton All Saints', Cambs., 1787-1812. 
R. of Little Hormead, Herts., 1798-1812. Married Lydia 
Smith, of Harestreet, Herts., Mar. 19, i8or. Died Dec. 12, 
1812, at Hormead. (Scott-Mayor in., 720; G. Mag., 1813 1 
37.) 

CODD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 10, 1S45. S. 
of George Esq., solicitor, of Cottingham, Yorks. B. there. 
[Bapt. Apr. 20, 1S25.] Matric. Michs. 1845; Scholar, 1847; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. i860. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest (Rochester) 
1851; C. of Witham, Essex, 1850—3. R. of Hawridge, Bucks., 
1853-7- V. of Beaminster, Dorset, 1857-90. Surrogate, dio. 
of Sarum, 1859-96. Rural Dean of Bridport, 1871-90. Preb. 
of Salisbury and Canon of Salisbury, 1875-96. R. of 
Stockton, Wilts., 1890-3. Author, Eight Lectures on Isaiah. 
Died Jan. 9, 1896, aged 70. Brother of Henry F. (1856), 
Charles R. (1845) and Edward T. (1835). (Scott, MSS.) 

CODD, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 20, 1816. B. at 
East Dereham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 14, 1821; priest, June 19, 1825. 
R. of Cley-next-the-sea, Norfolk, 1830-52. R. of Lethering- 
sett, 1832-52. Disappears from Clergy List, 1854. 

CODD, CHARLES ROBINSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 10, 
1845. S. of George, solicitor, of Hull, Yorks. Did not reside. 
Brother of Edward T. (1835), etc. (Peile, 11. 491.) 

CODD, EDWARD, LL.B. (Trinity Hall) 1766, see WALLS. 

CODD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Nov. 8, 

1788. S. of Edward, of Woodham Mortimer, Essex. School, 

Felsted (Mr Trivett). Matric. Michs. 1788. 

CODD, EDWARD THORNTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 12, 1835. S. of George, Esq., of Hull. School, Upping- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar; B.A. (n<A Wrangler) 
1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) June 14, 1840; 
priest, June 6, 1841; C. of Minchinhampton, Gloucs., 1840. 
P.C. of Cotes-Heath, Staffs., 1844-59. V. of Bishop's Tach- 
brook, Warws., 1859-77. Disappears from Crockford, 1878. 
Author, Sermons, etc. Brotherof Alfred (1845), etc. (Upping- 
ham Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

CODD, HENRY FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 1, 
1856. S. of George, solicitor. B. Feb. 1, 1837, at Cottingham, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1859; B.A. i860; M.A. 
1863. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 29, 1859, as '8th s. of 
George, gent., late of Kingston-upon-Hull, deceased.' Com- 
missioner of the Council on Education. Inspector of Schools 
in Devon and Cornwall, 1876. Died Jan. 17, 1901, aged 63, 
at Durdham Down, Bristol. Brother of Alfred (1845), etc. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

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CODD, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Sept. 29, 1865. 
S. of Thomas, Esq., of Frieston, Grantham, Lines. Matnc. 
Michs. 1S65; Scholar; B.A. (31s/ Wrangler) 1S70; LL.M. 
1877; LL.D. 1883. Died Mar. 13, 1897, at Rainhill Asylum; 
'late of Liverpool'. [T. A. Walker, 526; 2 he 1 imes, Mar. 17, 
1897; Scott, MSS.) 

CODDJNGTON, EUSTACE. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 5, 
1896. Schools, Eastbourne and Isle of Wight College, Ryde. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. Assis- 
tant Master at Leatherhead School, Surrey, 1902-. {School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

CODDINGTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 
8, 1816. S. of Latham, R. of Timolin, Co. Kildare. B. at 
Oldbridge, Co. Meath. Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar, 1818; 
B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 1820; ist Smith's Prizeman; M.A. 
1823. Fellow, 1820. Tutor, 1822-33. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, 
Litt. dim. from Ely) May 23, 1823; priest (Bristol) May 14, 
1826. V. of Ware with Thundridge, Herts., 1832-45. F.R.S., 
1829. A good linguist and an excellent musician. Married 
Miss Batten, dau. of Dr Batten, Principal of Haileybury 
College. Died Mar. 3, 1845, at Rome, whilst travelling for 
the sake of his health. Brother of John G. (1823) and father 
of Henry H. (185S). (Burke, I.G.; G. Mag., 1S45, 11, 90.) 

CODDINGTON, HENRY [BARRY]. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St 
John's, Oct. 16, 1822. From Trinity College, Dublin; adm. 
there July 5, 1819, age 18; s. of Nicholas, generosus [of 
Oldbndge, Co, Meathj. B. May 22, 1802, in Ireland. Matric. 
Michs. 1822, as H. Barry; B.A. 1824. Of Oldbridge, Co. 
Meath. J. P. High Sherifi, 1843. Married Maria, dau. of 
William Shannan Crawford, of Crawfordsburn, Co. Down, 
Sept. 26, iS27, and had issue Died Mar 23, 1888. (Burke, 
I.G.; At. Dubl.) 

CODDINGTON, HENRY HALLET. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 27, 1858. S. of Henry (1816), clerk, of Flurry Bridge, 
Co. Louth. B. Nov. 9, 1839, at Ware, Herts. Schools, 
Marlborough and Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1858; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1864; 
priest (Rochester) 1S65; C. of Hockerill, Herts., 1864-71. 
V. of High Cross, 1871-82. R. of Elsworth, Cambs., 1883. 
Died Oct. 25, 1883, at Plantation House, Bishop's Stortford. 
{Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

CODDINGTON, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, July 5, 1823. S. of Latham, R. of Timolin, Co. 
Kildare. B. at Oldbndge, Co. Meath. School, Richmond, 
Yorks. (Mr Tate). Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. (r7//i H rangier) 
1828; M.A. 1831. Of Ravensdale, Co. Louth, Ireland. 
Brother of Henry (1816). (Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

CODLING, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 
12, 1800. Of Hunts. Matric. Michs. 1800. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 17, 1809; priest, Dec. 21, 1810. {St John's 
Coll. Adm., iv.) 

CODNER, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 8, 1847. S. of 
Daniel, merchant. B. Nov. 9, 1825, at Dartmouth. Matric. 
Michs. 1847; LL.B. 1854. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1850; priest 
(Winchester) 1S51; C. at Peterborough, 1850; C. of Woking, 
Surrey, 1851. Not in Crockford, 1865. {Venn, 11. 280.) 

CODRINGTON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 30, 
1825. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1S26; B.A. 1830. Ord. 
deacon, 1832; priest (Bath and Wells) 1S32. C. of Ilminster 
ini84i. C. of Blackdown 1111845. C. of Goathurst, Somerset, 
1S51-72. C. of Spaxton, 1873-6. V. of Lyng, 1875-89- Lived 
latterly at Taunton. Died there Aug. 28, 1905. Probably 
brother of Robert (1820). {Eagle, xvm.) 

CODRINGTON, RICHARD CHUTE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 9, 1826. Did not reside. Of Devon. S. of Richard, clerk, 
deceased. School, Uficulme. Migrated to Jesus (age 26), 
Jan. 24, 1827; matric. Lent, 1827; LL.B. 1834. Ord. deacon, 
1831; priest (Bath and Wells) 1832; C. of Thorn, Somerset, 
1831. C. of Clayhidon, Devon, 1832. C. of Donyatt, Somer- 
set, 1834-6. Lived afterwards without cure, at Combe St 
Nicholas, Somerset. Also of Toycres Cottage, Bridgwater, 
and Barley Hill in 1876. Author, Church Reform; Remarks 
on the Currency; The Age we Live in (1863). {Jesus Coll. 
Adm. Reg.; Crockford, 1865, 1876.) 

CODRINGTON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 2, 
1820. S. of Mrs Mary Codrington, of Somerset. [5th s. of 
William, Esq., of Wrougnton, WUts., and Mary, dau. of John 
Lewsley, Esq.] Matric. Lent, 1821; B.A. 1825. Died un- 
married Feb. 1835. Probably brother of Henry (1825). 
(Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

COE, CHARLES GRABURN. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 21, 1893. 
S. of A. F., of Hampstead, Middlesex. [B. Sept. i<\ 1875.] 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A 1896; MA. 1900. 
Solicitor; of 14, Hart Street, Bloomsburv, London, and of 
St Clare, Kadk-tt, Herts. Served in the Great War (Major, 
K.A.I ■'.; mentioned in despatches; M B Died Aug. 5, 

1930, aged 54, at Radlett. {Repton Sch. Reg.) 

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Coe, Charles Henry 

COE, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 16, 
1890. S. of John William, clerk, of Tonbridge. B. May 22, 
1870, at Calcutta. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1890. 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1914. Ord. deacon, 1895; 
priest (Chester) 1896; C. of St George's, Altrincharn, Cheshire, 
1895-1902. Held other curacies, 1902-7. C. of St Laurence's, 
Mereworth, Kent, 1907-12. C. of Spcldhurst, 1912-14. R. of 
Offham, Kent, 1914-24. R- of Purley, Reading, Berks., 
1924-7. R. of Ladbroke, with Radboume, 1927-32. R. of 
Boughton Malherbe, Kent, 1932-6. R. of Preston Bagot, 
Warws., 1936-. Brother of John L. (1895). [Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford, 1939.) 

COE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, Dec. 21, 1756. 
S. of George, mason, of Bury, Suffolk. School, Bury (Mr Gam- 
ham). Matric. Easter, 1757; Scholar, 1760; B.A. 1761. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1762; C. of Eye, Su0olk, 1762. 
Died July, 1762, aged 23. Buried at Bury St Edmunds. 
[S.H.A.H.) 
COE, HECTOR ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 7, 1870. 
S. and h. of Thomas, surgeon, of Bury St Edmunds. B. 
there Apr. 27, 1852. School, Burv St Edmunds (Mr Craske). 
Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1S74; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1875; pnest (Llandafi) 1876; C. of St Mary's, 
Cardiff, 1875-95. V. of St Dyfrig. Cardiff, 1895-1921. Died 
July 9, 1921, aged 69, at St Dvfrig's Clergy House. Brother 
of John T. (1873). (The Guardian, July 15, 1921.) 
COE, JOHN DONTHORN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 
1896. S. of Frederick, farmer, deceased. B. Jan. 23, 1876, 
at Fincham, Norfolk. School, King's Lynn Grammar (Rev. 
W. Boyce). Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 
1899; priest (St Albans) 1900; C. of Harrow Green, 1899- 
1902. Died Oct. 25, 1905, aged 29, at Hill Grove, Somerset. 
(Scott, MSS.) 
COE, JOHN LEWIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 20, 1895. 
S. of John William, V. of Westmarsh, Kent. B. Feb. 19, 
1876, at Bishop's College, Calcutta. Schools, Lancing and 
Aldenham Grammar, Herts. (Rev. John Kennedy). Matric. 
Michs. 1S95; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1896; B.A. 1898. 
Assistant Master at Newbury Grammar School, 1899; at 
Cranbrook House School, 1902; at Highgate, 1900-. Of 37, 
Durham Road, E. Finchlev, London, N., in 1933. Brother of 
Charles H. (1890). [Lancing Reg.; Aldenham Reg.; School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3.) 
COE, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 1873. 
[2nd s. of Thomas, surgeon, of Bury St Edmunds. B. there 
Jan 15, 1855.] School, Brookhouse, Bury St Edmunds 
(Mr Craske). Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1S82. 
Brother of Hector A. (1870). 
COE, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 6, 
1818. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1818. Migrated to Oxford ; 
matric. (St Edmund Hall) Apr. 27, 1820, age 21, as s. of 
James, of Field Dalling, Norfolk. [Al. Oxon.) 
COERY, JAMES see CORY. 

COETLOGON, CHARLES EDWARD, see DE COETLOGON. 
COFFIN, see also PINE-COFFIN. 

COFFIN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 1, 
1774. S. and h. of Thomas [goldsmith], of Exeter. B. there 
July 25, 1756. School, Tiverton (Mr Atherton). Matric. 
Michs. 1774. Migrated to Sidney, Nov. 2, 1775; Scholar, 
1776; B.A. 1779; M.A. 1782. Fellow of Sidney. V. of 
Linkinhome, Cornwall, 1780-1833. R. of East Down, Devon, 
1800-33. Died 1833. (G. Mag., 1833, 11. 87.) 
COFFIN or PINE COFFIN, JOHN THOMAS PINE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Caius, July 9, 1819. S. of Richard Pine, Esq., of 
Pottledge, Devon. B. Jan. 8, 1800, at Upton Helions. School, 
Bodmin (Mr Farer). Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1819-23; 
B.A. 1823; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Chester) Apr. II, 1824; 
C. of Alvington, Devon; R. there, 1837-61. Preb. of Exeter, 
1S51. Succeeded his brother Richard at Portledge in 1S37 
[his grandfather, John Pine, assumed the name of Coffin in 
1797 on inheriting Portledge.] J. P. for Devon, and Chairman 
of the Bideford Board of Guardians. Married (1) Frances, 
dau. of William Speke, of Jordans, June 1, 1838; (2) Char- 
lotte, dau. of Samuel Chandler, Esq., of Tyringham, Bucks., 
Oct. 17, 1848. Died Jan. 31, 1861, at Portledge. [Venn, 11. 
176; Burke, L.G.) 
COFFIN, WILLIAM MICHEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. I, 
1777. S. of Richard. B. at Exeter. [Bapt. Mar. 25, 1760, at 
St Petrock, Exeter.] School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1777; 
B A. 1781. In Holy Orders. Died about Oct. 1782, aged 23, 
at the Hotwells, Bristol. [Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag., 1782, 
p. 550; C. R. Hudleston.) 
COGAN, FRANCIS MARTIN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. 29, 
1850. 2nd s. of Robert, merchant, of Glasgow. B. there 
1830. Schools, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Matric. Lent, 1851. 
Brother of Hugh R. (1S46). [Venn, 11. 299.) 



Coghlan, William Lucius 

COGAN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 28, 1831. Of 
Surrev 2nd s. of Thomas White, M.A. (Oxford), R. of All 
Saints', Chichester. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A 1838; M.A. 
1841. Ord. deacon, 1838; priest, 1839; C. of East Dean. 
Midhurst, Sussex, 1841-50; V. there and R. of Upwaltham, 
1850-86. Resided latterly at Chichester. Died there Aug. 
29, 1891. [Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 
COGAN, HUGH ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct 28, 
i8i6 [S and h. of Robert, merchant, of Glasgow.] From 
Glasgow University. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A 1852; M.A. 
1856 Died Feb. 5, 1903, at 3, Via Francesco Sforza, Milan. 
Brother of Francis M. (1850). [Glasgow Matric. Album.) 
COGAN LEWIS REW. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St Catharine's, 
Mar '6 1S29. Of Somerset. Matric. Easter, 1829; B.A. 
1834. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1834; pnest (Glou- 
cester) Dec. 24, 1837; C. of Temple, Bristol, 1837. P.C. of 
Winsley with Limpley Stoke, Wilts., 1846-62. Died July 4, 
1862 aged 65. Buried at Arno's Vale cemetery, Bristol, in 
the family vault. M.I. at Winsley. (Misc. Gen. el Her., 2nd 
S., v. 166; G. Mag.) 
COGGAN, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Oct. 1, 
1897 S of William, of Clarendon House, Norwood Road, 
Heme Hill, London. B. May 15, 1879. at Bridgwater, 
Somerset. School, City of London (Mr Pollard). Matric. 
Michs. 1897. 
COGGIN, FREDERICK ERNEST. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct 10, 1877. S. of Henry, accountant. B. May 10, 1859, at 
Cambridge. [Bapt. July 15, i860] School Perse Grammar, 
Cambridge (Mr Heppenstale). Matric. Michs 1877; B A. 
1881- MA. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1S82; pnest (Truro) 1883, 
C of St Austell, Cornwall, 1882-4. Held other curacies from 
1884-92. V. of Lemsford, Herts., 1892-1905. Lie. pr., dio. 
Chictester, 1905-39-- Of White Lodge, Meads, Eastbourne. 
Author, Man's Estate, an interpretation of Genesis u 4-iv, 26; 
Man's Great Charter...; Story of Genesis as Literature. 
[Crockford, 1939.) 
COGGIN HENRY THOMAS JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct 10 1872. S. of Henry, College cook's clerk. B. at Cam- 
bndge.' [Bapt. Apr. 20, 1851.] Matnc. Michs. 1872; B.A 
1876° MA 1879. Ord. deacon, 1882; pnest (London) 1883. 
Assistant Master at University College School, London, 
1870-08 Head Master of Woodlands Preparatory School, 
Folkestone, 1898-1907-. Lie pr., dio. Canterbury from 
1899 Of 46, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone. Died Feb. 1, 
1942. [Crockford, 1939; Schoolmasters' Directory, 190b.) 
COGHILL, ERNEST ARTHUR. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. 
S of Harry Esq., of Brampton Tree House, Newcastle, 
Staffs B Dec 23,1859. School, Cheltenham College. Matnc. 
Michs' 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon (York) 
iS8v pnest (Worcester) 1884; C. of .All Saints', Ponte ract 
Yorks 1883-4. C. of Halesowen, Worcs., 1884-90. V. of 
Holv Trinity, Southwell, Notts., 1890-1941. Hon. Canon of 
Southwell, 1929-41- Married and had issue. Died Feb. 4, 
1941. [Cheltenham Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1939; The Times, 
Feb. 6. 1941.) 
COGHLAN, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 

15, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1862. 
COGHLAN HENRY GRANVILLE. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 10, 
1887 [B Oct z 1868.] School, BoIton-le-Moors Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 18S7. Migrated to Selwyn Hostel Jan 17, 
1880- B A. 1890; M.A. 1902. Formerly of Halnwell, Bolton, 
and of Flackwell Heath, Wycombe, Bucks in 1902 Of 
Seafield House, BexhiU-on-Sea, 1935-9- (Selwyn Coll. Lai., 
I935-6-) 
COGHLAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney Oct 29 1824. 
Matric. Lent, 1825. Migrated to Queens Apr. iS, 1825. Of 
Hants BA 1829; M.A. 1S40. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1828' priest (Quebec) 1829; licenced to ofi. in the province 
of Canterbury. P.C. of St James-the-Less Bethnal Green, 
London, 1842-5. R- of Markfield, Essex, 1845-58. Author, 
4 lobular companion of the Holy Scriptures. Died Mar. 14, 
'1858, aged 60, at Kimbolton, Hunts. (Hennessy; Cant. Act 
Bk.;G. Mag., 1858, 1.) 
COGHLAN, JOHN ARMSTRONG. Adm. pens at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 30, 1868. S. of John Armstrong, P.C. of St Paul s 
Islington, London [and grandson of Charles Lambert 
Coghlan, Archdeacon of Ross]. School, Ipswich Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 186S; Scholar; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1880 Assis- 
tant Master at King's School. Ely, 1877. Died Jan. 15, 
1930. (T. A. Walker, 532; The Times, Jan. 16, 1930; King s 
Sch. Reg.) 
COGHLAN WILLIAM BOYLE. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 

1899. B. Oct. 4, 1879- Matric. Michs. 1899. 
COGHLAN, WILLIAM LUCIUS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Aor 9 1813. Previously at Trinity College, Dublin; adm. 
there Feb 4 181 1, age 15, as s. of Lucius, clericus. B. in 
London School, Hounslow, Middlesex (Mr Benson). Matnc. 



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Cogswell, Norris 

Michs. 1813; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Jan. 13, 1813, as William Luke (sic); no call. Ord. 
priest (Ely, Lilt. dim. from Chichester) Mar. 26, 1820. V. of 
St Mary-de-Lode, Gloucester, 1844-62. Died Aug. 26, 1862, 
aged 66, in London. (G. Mag., 1862, II. 504; Al. Dubl.) 

COGSWELL, NORRIS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 9, 1822. 
S. of Job, merchant, of Littleborough, near Rochdale, Lanes. 
School, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 
1831. Ord. deacon, 1827; priest, 1827; C. of Croxby and 
Keelby, Lines., 1827. V. of Holton-le-CIay, 1833-83. V. of 
Immingham, 1837-83. C. of Brocklesby, 1841. Died at 
Grimsbv, Apr. 24, 1883. Father of the nest. (Manchester 
Sch. Reg.) 

COGSWELL, NORRIS JOHNSON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 
5, 1858. S. of Norris (above), of Laceby, Lines. B. Apr. 8, 
183S, at Keelbv. Schools, Windermere (Mr Whitworth) and 
Oakham (Mr Wood). Matric. Miehs. 1858; Scholar; B.A. 
1862. 

COHAM, ARTHUR. B.A. 1752, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. from 
King's, 1752. S. of John, of Bradford, Devon, gent. Matric. 
(Exeter College, Oxford) Apr. n, 1739, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 
1742. R. of St Nicholas, Chiswick, Middlesex, 1761-81. 
Preb. of Salisbury. R. of Brixton Deverill, Wilts., 1781-99. 
R. of Potterne in 1781. Archdeacon of Wilts. Married Grace, 
dau. of George Plunkett Woodruffe, of the Manor House, 
Chiswick. Died Jan. 19, 1799, at Brixton Deverill, aged 79. 
(Al.Oxon.; Burke, L.G.; G.Mag., 1799,1.256; Cant. Act Bk.) 

COHAM, HOLLAND. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Feb. 1, 
1823. [4th s. of William Holland, clerk, of Cobam and 
Upcott Avenel, Devon.] B. Apr. 2, 1804, in Devon. Schools, 
Blundell's, Tiverton, and Eton. Matric. Lent, 1825; B.A. 
1829. J. P. for Devon. Died unmarried Mar. 26, 1867. 
Brother of William B. (1811) and the next. (Burke, L.G., 
1925.) 

COHAM, STEPHEN. Adm. Fell-Com. at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 8, 1819. S. of William Holland, clerk. B. at Coham, 
Devon. [Bapt. Nov. 7, 1797.] School, Blundell's, Tiverton. 
Did not come into residence, being drowned in a boating 
accident off Plymouth, 1819. Brother of the a! ove, etc. 

COHAM, WILLIAM BICKFORD. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Apr. 23, 1811. S. and h. of William Holland [and 
Mary, dau. of George Bickford, Esq.], clerk, of Coham, 
Devon. B. at Black Torrington, Devon. School, Blundell's. 
Matric. Michs. 1811; LL.B. 1819. In Holy Orders. Married 
Augusta Mary, dau. of Joseph Davie Bassett, Esq., of Hean- 
ton Court and Watermouth, Apr. 17, 1827. Of Coham and 
Dunsland, Devon. Died Julv 2, 1843. Brother of Holland 
(1823), etc., and father of the next. (Burke, L.G.) 

COHAM, WILLIAM HOLLAND BICKFORD. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Aug. 9, 1847. Of Devon. S. of William Bickford 
(above), clerk. B. July 28, 1828. Matric. Michs. 1847. 
Lieut., Royal Devon Mounted Rifles. Of Coham and Duns- 
land, Devon, and of Trevedoc Manor, near Warleggan, 
Cornwall. J. P. and D.L. for Devon. Married and had issue. 
Died Sept. 22, 1880. (Burke, L.G.) 

COHEN, ALFRED HENRY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. r, 
1889. S. of Isaac. B. in London. School, City of London. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; LL.B. 1893. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. ir, 1892. Called to the Bar, 1895. Died 
Jan. io, 1906, aged 36, at 36, Fitzjohn Avenue, Hampstead. 
Bequeathed his collection of Spanish books to the College. 
(Peile, 11. 753.) 

COHEN, ARTHUR. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at Magdalene, 
Nov. 1, 1849. [3rd s. of Benjamin, of Asgyll House, near 
Richmond, Surrey, and Justina, dau. of Joseph Montefiore.] 
B. Nov. 18, 1829. School, University College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; ($th Wrangler, 1853); B.A. 1858; M.A. 
1879. Hon. Fellow, 1883. President of the Union, 1853. 
University Counsel, 1879-1914. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 11, 1853. Called to the Bar, 1857. Q.C., 1874. Bencher, 
1875. Judge of the Cinque Ports, 1874-1914. M.P. for 
Southwark, 1880-7. Counsel to the Secretary of State for 
India, 1893-1914. Chairman of the Bar Council, 1903. 
Counsel for Great Britain at the Venezuela arbitration at 
The Hague, 1903. Served on several Royal Commissions. 
F.B.A., 1903. P.C., 1905. President of the Jewish Board of 
Deputies. A great lawyer, his mastery of legal principles 
said by A. V. Dicey to be unsurpassed. For an interesting 
account of his life and character, see Memoir, by his daughter 
Lucy Cohen. Of 26, Gt Cumberland Place, London. Died 
Nov. 3, 1914, aged 84. Buried in the Jewish cemetery at 
Willesden. (D.N.B.; Twentieth Century; The Times, Nov. 4, 
1914.) 

COHEN, ARTHUR MERTON. Adm. at King's, Oct. r, 1895. 
2nd s. of Benjamin Louis, of Shoreham, Kent (afterwards 
Bart.). B. June 16, 1876. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; Prizeman; M.A. 1905. In business in 
London, Roumania and the Argentine; grain merchant, 



Cohen, Richard George Fredrich 

1902-23. Joined 4th Royal West Kent Regt., 1899; retired 
as Major, 1920. Served in India during the Great War 
(Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regt.); Afghan War, 1919). 
Brother of Ernest M. (1895) and Herbert B. (1892). (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.; King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

COHEN, DANIEL WHITAKER. Adm. pens, (age 22) at CaiUS, 
Feb. 3, 1835. S. of Aaron, of Hackney, Middlesex. B. there. 
School, Turnham Green (Rev. Dr Curteis). Matric. Michs. 
1835; M.B. 1841; M.D. 1847. L.R.C.P., 1843. Appointed to 
make the Thruston Speech, 1849. Assistant Physician at St 
Thomas's Hospital, London. Senior Physician, Islington 
Dispensary. In medical practice at Kilburn till 1869. 
Afterwards resided at Bideford, Devon. Died there Feb. 28, 
1880. (Venn, 11. 230.) 

COHEN, DAVID HORACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1898. S. of Neville David, of Onslow Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, 
Sydney, Australia. B. Sept. 16, 1880, in London. School, 
Paramatta, N.S.W. (Mr Champion). Matric. Michs. 189S; 
B.A. 1901; M.A. 1906. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
Sherwood Foresters (Notts, and Derby Regt.) and General 
List, employed Ministry of Munitions; wounded). (I niv. 
War List.) 

COHEN, DAVID LENNARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 29, 
1900. S. of Burnett David. B. July 13, 1882, at Liverpool. 
School, Sydney Grammar, N.S.W. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. (Peile, 11. 843.} 

COHEN, ERNEST MERTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 1, 

1895. 3rd s. of Benjamin Louis, of 30, Hyde Park Gardens, 
London. B. July 26, 1877, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. A member of 
the London Stock Exchange. Of 18, Albert Court, London, 
S.W. Brother of Arthur M. (1895), etc. (Burke, P. and B., 
1935; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

COHEN, GEORGE HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 5, 

1896. S. of Louis Samuel. B. Jan. 26, 1878, at Liverpool. 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; 
LL.B. 1901. Adm. at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, 
1902. In practice on the Northern Circuit and at the Liver- 
pool and Wigan Sessions. Of 10, Cook Street, Liverpool, in 
1911. Served in the Great War (5th Batt., King's Liverpool 
Regt.). Killed in action, Mav 16, 1915, near La Bassee. 
(Peile, 11. 813; Univ. War List.) 

COHEN, HERBERT BENJAMIN. Adm. at King's, Oct. 2, 
1892. S. and h. of Benjamin Louis, M.P., of Shoreham, Kent 
[afterwards Bart.]. B. Apr. 26, 1874. School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 13, 1895. Called to the Bar, 1898. On 
the South Eastern Circuit. Freeman of the Salters' Company, 
and of the City of London, 1899. Succeeded his father as 
2nd Bart., Nov. 8, 1909. Served in the Great War (Assistant 
Embarkation Staff Officer, 1916-19; Embarkation Officer, 
1919; late Major, 4th Batt., Royal West Kent Regt.; O.B.E., 
1919). A Governor of St Bartholomew's Hospital. Of 
Highfield, Shoreham, Kent, and of 8, Cadogan Mansions, 
S.W. Brother of Arthur M. (1895), etc. (Burke, P. and B.; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

COHEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, Dec. 2, 
1833* S. of Isaiah [? Isaac], of Hastings, Sussex. B. Jan. 25, 
1816. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1834; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1842. Assistant Master at 
Christ's Hospital, 1842-3. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest (London) 
1843; C. of Cheshunt, Herts., 1843-6. St Matthew's Day 
Preacher, 1844. C. of St Dunstan-in-the-West, London, 
1846-7. Chaplain of Holloway Prison, 1847-60. R. of St 
Mary's, Whitechapel, 1860-75. V. of Heston, Middlesex, 
1875-91. Chaplain to the Bishop in Jerusalem, 1878-81. 
Author, Sermons. Died Dec. 31, 1891, aged 75. (Christ's 
Hospital Reg.; Hennessy; The Guardian, Jan. 6, 1892.) 

COHEN, NATHAN MANDELSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1886. Of New South Wales. S. of Abraham. 
B. at Samworth. School, Kew High School, Melbourne, 
Australia. Matric. Michs. 1886. Athletics 'blue,* 1890. 
Brother of Samuel B. (1886). 

COHEN, PHILIP ARTHUR. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1886. S. 
and h. of Nathaniel, Esq., of Sussex Square, Hyde Park, 
London. School, Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1890; M.A. 1937. Of 98, Mount Street, London, W., in 
1933- A generous benefactor to the London Library, his 
gifts including a Kelmscott Chaucer, and a fourth folio 
Shakespeare. Died Dec. 3, 1937, aged 71. Buried in the 
Jewish cemetery, Willesden. (Wellington Coll. Rsg.; The 
Times, Dec. 6, 1937.) 

COHEN, RICHARD GEORGE FREDRICH. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1892. S. of George Manchester, Esq., of Brai 
Teddington. School, Berkhamsted Grammar. 

Ml' OS, I SOjZ. 



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Cohen, Robert Waley 

COHEN, ROBERT WALEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 10, 
1896. S. of Nathaniel Louis, Esq., of 3, Devonshire Place, 
Portland Place, London, W. B. Sept. S, 1877. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Miens. 1896; Scholar; B.A. 1900; 
M.A. 1906. A member of the LTniversity Appointments 
Board. Managing Director of the Shell Transport and 
Trading Co., Ltd., Chairman of Palestine Corporation Ltd., 
Anglo-Egyptian Oilfields, etc. Director of Baldwins, Ltd., 
and of English and Scottish Investors. Late petroleum 
adviser to the Army Council. K.B.E., 1920. Order (3rd 
class) St Sava of Serbia. Of Caen Wood Towers, Highgate, 
London, N., and of Honeymead, Simonsbath, Barnstaple, 
Devon. Married and had issue. (Burke, Knightage; Who's 
Who, 1939.) 

COHEN, SAMUEL BURNETT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 
1886. S. and h. of Abraham, of Sydney, Australia. Matric 
Michs. 18S6; B.A. and LL.B. 1890; LL.M. 1894; M.A. and 
LL.D. 1002. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 13, 1885, age 20, 
as 'of Melbourne University, Australia; s. of A., merchant, 
of Sydney, N.S.W.' Adm. Solicitor, Dec. 1893-; of the firm of 
S. B. Cohen and Dunn, of Audrey House, Eton Place, and 
8, Drapers Gardens, London. Died July 16, 1909, aged 44, 
at Konigstein, Germany. Brother of Nathan M, (1886), 
{The Times, July 17, 1909; Scott, MSS.) 

COHEN, WALTER SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 4. 
1890. S. of Lionel L. B. Nov. 28, 1871, in London. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1800; B.A. 1803; M.A- 1899. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. n, 1892. Called to the Bar, 
i*qS. Served in the South African War (Mounted Rifles). 
In the Land Settlement Dept., O.R.C. During the Great 
War, Lieut., Herts. Yeomanry; Capt., Labour Corps; In- 
telligence Officer, Salonika Army; mentioned in despatches; 
Greek Order. Of Amersford, Berkhamsted, Herts. [Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; R. L. Lloyd.) 

COKBURNE, LAURENCE DUNDAS HENRY. Adm. pens at 
Emmanuel, June 30, 1785. Matric. Easter, 1801; LL.B. 
1801. Ord. deacon (Bristol, Litt. dim. from Lnndon) Mar. 12, 
1786; R. of Norton-in-Hales Salnp. 1786-18^0 V. of Etwall, 
Derbs., 1 786-1830. Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of 
Sussex. Died Apr. 7, 1830, at Etwall. (Registers, Lichfield 
Dioc; Churches <>f Derbs., in; G. Mag., 1830, 1. 569.) 

COKE, D'EWES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, Oct. 31, 
17^4. S. of George, Col., 3rd Dragoons, of Kirkbv Hall, 
Notts. B. 1747. at Mansfield Woodhouse. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1764; LL.B. 1771. Ord. deacon (Coventry 
and Lichfield) Sept. 23, 1770; priest, Dec. 15, 1771; R. of 
Pinxton, Derbs., 1771-1811. R. of South Nonnanton, 1771- 
181 1. Married Hannah, dau. of George Heywood, of Brim- 
ington Hall, Derbs. Of Brookhill Hall, Notts. Died Apr. 12, 
1811, aged 64, at Bath. Buried at Pinxton. M.L Father of 
the next. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Scott-Mayor, in. 704; G. Mag.) 

COKE, D'EWES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity Hall, Jan. 
20, 1792. S. and h. of D'Ewes (above), clerk, of Brookhill 
Hall, Notts. B. Dec. 22, 1774. Schools, Westminster and 
Glasgow University. Matric. Lent, 1793. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, May 18, 1789. Called to the Bar, 1797. Of Brookhill 
Hall, Nottinghamshire. J. P. and D.L. Agent for the Duke 
of Rutland's Derbyshire estates. Recorder of Newark and 
Deputy Recorder of Grantham, 1805. Married Harriet, dau. 
of Thomas Wright, of Mapperlev Hall, Notts., Nov. 2, 1797. 
Died Mar. 11, 1856, aged 82, at Brookhill Hall. (Burke, L.G., 
1925; Glasgow Matric. Album; G. Mag.) 

COKE. EDWARD FRANCIS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 4, 1835. S. of Edward Francis. B. in Jamaica. School, 
St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 1835. Migrated to 
Oxford; matric. (Brasenose College) Feb. 24, 1837, age 20; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1840; M.A. (Oxford) 1845. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) 1840; priest, 1841; C. of All Saints', Hereford, 
1840-3. P.C. of Plymstock, Devon, 1842-52. V. of St 
lames-the-Great. Bethnal Green, London, 1852-9". Died 
Dec. 1897. Brother of Henry (1848). {Al. Oxon.; Hennessy.) 

COKE, Th/Hon. EDWARD KEPPEL WENTWORTH. Adm. 
Fell. -Com. (age 18) at Magpalfne, Jan. 9, 1843. 2nd s. of 
Thomas William, Earl of Leicester. B. Aug. 20, 1824. School, 
Eton. Matric. Lent, 184 ;. Capt., Scots Fusilier Guards. M.P. 
for West Norfolk, 1847-52. High Sheriff of Derbyshire, 1850. 
Married The Hon. Diana, dau. of George James Welbore 
[Agar Ellis'], Baron Dover, Aug. 5, 1851. A breeder of Shire 
horses. Died s.p. Mav 26, i88g, at Longford Hall, near 
Brailsford. Brother of Henry J. (1846). (Burke, P. and B.; 
Boase, lv. Suppi.) 



Colam, Harold Nugent 

Married Anne, dau. of Robert Whitcombe, Esq. of Kington, 
1791. Died Apr. 30, 1831. Father of the next and William 
(1823). [Al. Oxon.; Burke, L.G., 1862.) 

COKE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 1814. Of 
Heref. [S. and h. of Francis (above), clerk.] B. Jan. 8, 1797- 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. 
Succeeded his father as R. of Aylton, Heref., 1821-44. P-C- 
of Marston and Pencoyd, 1825-31. J. P. for Heref. R. of 
Piddlehinton, Dorset, 1844-63. Of Lower Moor House, 
Heref., succeeding his father in 1831. Married Anne Eliza- 
beth, dau. of James Hodgson, R. of Barwick, Yorks., and 
sister of the Rev. Francis Hodgson, Provost of Eton, Dec. 
21, 1825. Died Apr. 20, 1863, aged 66, at Lower Moor. 
Brother of William (1823). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G., 
ed. 1862; G. Mag., 1863, 1. 801.) 

COKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1848. S. of 
Edward Francis. B. Nov. 1, 1829, in the parish of St Elisa- 
beth, Co. of Cornwall, Island of Jamaica, W. Indies. Matric. 
Easter, 1849; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Brother of Edward F. 
(1835)- 

COKE, The Hon. HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 
25, 1846. 3rd s. of Thomas William, Earl of Leicester. B. 
Jan. 3, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1846. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 9, 1852, age 26; no call. Private Secretary to 
Edward Horsman, Secretary for Ireland under Lord Palmer- 
ston, 1855-7. Of Longford Hall, Brailsford, Derbs. Married 
and had issue. Died Nov. 12, 1916. Brother of Edward K. W. 
(1843). (Burke, P. and B.; R. L. Lloyd.) 

COKE, REGINALD HENRY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1882. 
S. and h. of Henry, Esq., of Liverpool. B. May 11, 1863. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. and LL.B. 
1885. Rowing 'blue,' 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 13, 1883, as 's. and h. of Henry, merchant, of Aston 
Lodge, Preston Brook, Cheshire.' Called to the Bar, 1885. 
On the Northern Circuit. Senior Resident Magistrate in 
Jamaica, 1890. Drowned Nov. 14, 1891, on passage out to 
the West Indies. M.L in St Andrew's Church, Jamaica. 
(Record of Old Westminsters; W. Cowper.) 

COKE, The Hon. RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 
1895. 5th s. of Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, of 
Holkham, Norfolk. B. Aug. 20, 1876, at Latimer, Chesham, 
Bucks. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1895. Major, late 
Scots Guards. Served in the South African War, 1S99-1902; 
in the Great War, 1914-16; wounded twice. D.L. for Norfolk, 
1925. Of Weasenham Hall, King's Lynn, Norfolk. Twice 
married and had Usue. Half-brother of the next. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

COKE, The Hon. WENMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 25, 
1S75. 2nd s. of Thomas William, Earl of Leicester, of 
Holkham, Norfolk. B. there Nov. 20, 1855. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1875. Entered the Army; served in Afghani- 
stan, 1879; Lieut. -Col., Rifle Brigade; A.D.C. to Viscount 
Wolseley, Commander-in-Chief, 1895-1900. Died unmarried 
May 30, 1931. (Burke, P. and B.) 

COKE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, June 21, 
1823. 3rd s. of Francis (1801), clerk. B. Nov. 2, 1803, at 
Lower Moor, Heref. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. P.C. 
of Marston and Pencoyd, Heref., 1831-92. Died Dec. 2, 
1893, aged 90, at Llangarron, Heref. Brother of George 
(1814). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Tlie Guardian, Dec. 13, 1893.) 

COKER, ERNEST GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 
20, 1893. S. of George, of Wolverton, Bucks. B. Apr. 26, 
1869. School, Edinburgh University; B.Sc. (Engineering) 
Edin. 1892. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. 
1896; (Mech.Sci. Trip.. Pt I, 1st Class; Pt II, 1st Class, 1897); 
M.A. 1901. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at 
McGill University, Montreal, 1898; Associate Professor, 
1004. D.Sc. (Edin.). Hon. D.Sc. (Sydney and Louvain). 
F.R.S.E., F.R.S., M.I.M.E., M.I.C.E. Professor of Civil and 
Mechanical Engineering in the City and Guilds of London 
Technical College, Finsbury; at University College, London; 
Emeritus Professor, 1934. Sometime President of the 
Institute of Sanitary Engineers. President of Section G 
(Mechanical Sciences), British Association, Australian 
Meeting, rgi4. Gold Medal, Institute of Naval Architects, 
1911; Telford Medal, 1921; Thomas Hawksley Medal (Inst. 
Mech.E.), 1932; Howard N. Potts Medal, Franklin Institute, 
1922; Howard Quinquennial Medal, 1932. Author (with 
Professor Filon, F.R.S.) of Treatise on Photo- elasticity. 
Of Chmgford, Essex. (T. A. Walker, 626; Univ. Cal., 1935-6; 
Who's Who, 1939.) 



COKE, FRANCIS. B.A. 1801, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. from COLAM, HAROLD NUGENT. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. 



King's, 1801. S. of Richard, clerk, of Eardisley, Heref. 
Matric. (Balliol College, Oxford) Mav 31, 1781, age 17; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1785. R. of Aylton, Heref., 1787-1821. R. of 
Culmington, Salop, 1788-90. Preb. of Hereford, 1800-31. 
R. of Gladestry, Co. Radnor, 1810-31. V. of Sellack and 
Caple, Heref., 1821-31. Of Lower Moor House, Heref. J. P. 



S. and h. of William Ncwby, civil engineer, of Wareika, 
Trinity, Edinburgh. B. Apr. 19, 1882, at Hastings. Schools, 
Dulwich and Edinburgh Academy. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. 1903. Assistant Bridge Engineer of the Bombay, 
Baroda and Central India Railway. During the Great War, 
Lieut., R.N.V.R. 



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Colbeck, Charles 

COLBECK, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 23, 1865. 
S. of George Royde, of 23, Lower Parade, Leamington, 
Warws. B. there Nov. 24, 1S47. School, Leamington (Mr 
Parry). Matric. Michs. 1S65 ; Scholar, 1867; B.A. (5th Classic) 
1869; M.A. 1S72. Fellow, 1870. Assistant Master at Marl- 
borough College, 1870; at Harrow School, 1871-1903. Died 
June 11, 1903, at Moretons, Harrow-on-the-Hill. {Harrmc 
Sch. Reg.) 

COLBECK, EDMUND HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 18S4. 
4th s. of William Henry, of Toka Tapa, Auckland, New 
Zealand. B. Oct. 9, 1S64, at Batley, Yorks. Schools, Ton- 
bridge, Auckland, Nelson and Wellington, N.Z., and at 
Dunedin University. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1887; M.B. and B.C. 1889; M.D. 1892- At 
St Mary's Hospital, London. House Physician. F.R.C.P., 
1904. in practice in London. Physician at the London 
Hospital for Diseases of the Chest, and to the Metropolitan 
Dispensary, E.C. During the Great War, Major, New Zealand 
Medical Corps.; O.B.E., 1920. Of 55, Upper Berkeley Street, 
London. Author, medical. Brother of the next. Died Dec. 
16, 1942. (Venn, 11. 470; Medical Directory, 1939; The Times, 
Dec. 18, 1942.) 

COLBECK, WILFRED BRUNO. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1S87. 
S. of William Henry, of Auckland, New Zealand. B. Apr. 1, 
1869, at Gomersal, Yorks. School, Wellington College, New 
Zealand. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. and LL.B. 1891. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple. Called to the Bar, 1891. In practice at 
Auckland, N.Z.; of Gillies and Co., Crescent Road, Auckland . 
Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand. Brother of 
Edmund H. (1884). (Venn, u, 489.) 

COLBECK. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 30, 
1869. S. of William Royde (next), clerk. B. Oct. 25, 1850. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Lent, 1870. Died unmarried c. 
1895. (Winchester Coll.Reg.) 

COLBECK, WILLIAM ROYDE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 
23,1822. Of Herts. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Hertford. Matric. 
Michs. 1823; Scholar, 1824; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830; B.D. 
1837. Fellow, 1829. Ord. deacon (Ely) Nov. 8, 1829; priest 
(Lincoln. Litt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 16, 1830. R. of Fressing- 
field with Withersdale, Norfolk, 1846-85. Hon. Canon of 
Norwich, 1856-S5. J. P. for Suffolk. Died Jan. 17, 1885, 
aged 78,atFressingneld. Father of the above. (The Guardian, 
Jan. 21, 1885.) 

COLBORNE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 28, 1835. 
[S. and h. of Sir John, G.C.B. (created Baron Seaton, Dec. 
14, 1S39).] B. 1816. Matric. Michs. 1835. Entered the 
Army. .Aide-de-camp to his father while Governor- General of 
Canada. Military Secretary" to the Commander of the Forces 
in Ireland, 1S55-60. Succeeded his father as 2nd Baron 
Seaton, Apr. 17, 1863. Married and had issue. Died Oct. 11, 

1888. (Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Oct. 12, 1888.) 

COLBORNE, LANGDON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 16, 
1863. B. Sept. 15, 1S35, at Hackney, London. Mus.B. 1864; 
Mus.Doc. (Lambeth) 1883. Organist of St Michael's College, 
Tenbury, i860; of Beverley Minster, 1874; of Wigan parish 
Church, 1875; of Dorking parish Church, 1877. Organist of 
Hereford Cathedral, 1877-89; conducted the Hereford 
Musical Festivals, 1879, 1882, 1885 and 1888; his cantata 
'Samuel' was produced in Hereford Cathedral. Composer, 
Complete Service in C; Anthems, Songs, etc. Died Sept. 16, 

1889, at Hereford. (Boose, iv. Suppl) 

COLBOURNE, GEORGE LEAVER. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1880. S. of John (next), clerk, of Oundle, 
Northants. B. Apr. 14, 1S62, in London. Schools, St 
John's, Leatherhead, and St Andrew's College, Chardstock. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 18S1; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. 
Athletics 'blue/ 1881, 1882, 1883, 1884; Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1883. Mathematical Master at Dover College, 1884-6. 
Assistant Master at King William's College, Isle of Man, 
1886-1911. Secretary to the School Trustees, 191 1-24. 
Trustee, 1925-9; resigned. Died Oct. 2, 1931, at Castletown. 
(The Times, Oct. 7, 1931; Schoolmasters' Directory.) 

COLBOURNE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Apr. 25, 
1848. S. of James. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852. Ord. 
deacon, 1852; priest, 1853: C. of St George's, Birmingham, 
1852-4. P.C. of St Matthias, Bethnal Green, 1854-65. V. of 
Hinckley, Leics., 1865-74. Died Sept. 10., 1891, aged 64, 
at Oundle. Father of George L. (above). (T. A. Walker, 
494; The Guardian, Sept. 23, 1891.) 

COLBY, EDMUND REYNOLDS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. 1, 1852. Of Devon. 2nd s. of Thomas, Capt., R.N. B. 
Feb. 6, 1833, at Gt Torrington. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1852; Exhibitioner. Migrated to Oxford; matric. 
(Exeter College) May 16, 1855; B.A. (Oxford) 1856; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1858; incorp. at Cambridge, 1863. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1857; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1857; C. of the 
Isles of Scilly, 1857-8. Naval Instructor and Chaplain in the 



Colchester, Henry Billiter 

Royal Navy, 1856-64. Mathematical Master at Exetei 
Grammar School, 1864-6. Held curacies in London, 1871-4. 
C. of Torre, Devon, 1874-6. Chaplain at Leipzig, Germany, 
1877-9; at Rome, 1879-80. C. of St Andrew's, FuJ 
1883-5. Died Aug. 24, 1885, aged 52, at Fulham. Buried in 
Brompton cemetery. Brother of Frederic T. (1858). (Al. 
Oxon.; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Burke, Family Records.) 

COLBY, FRANCIS EDWARD ALBERT. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Michs. 1888. S. of William Taylor, M.D., J. P., of Malton, 
Yorks. B. there Jan. 27, 1865. School, St Peter's. Ynrk. 
Adm. at King's, Jan. 14, 1889; Exhibitioner, 1890; Scholar, 
1891; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1891; M.B. and B.Ch. 
1S94. Student at St Bartholomew's Hospital, 1892. House 
Surgeon, 1894- F.R.C.S., 1895. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. 
Clinical Assistant, Hospital for Children, Gt Ormond Street. 
Medical Officer at Woking Cottage Hospital, and to L.S.W. 
Railway Orphanage. Of Meadow Cottage, White Rose Lane, 
Woking. Died Jan. 20, 1933. (The Times, Jan. 25, 1933; 
King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Medical Directory.) 

COLBY, FREDERIC THOMAS. M.A. 1858; incorp. from 
Oxford. S. and h. of Thomas, Capt., R.N., of Gt Torrington, 
Devon. B. Sept. 21, 1827. Matric. (Exeter College, Oxford) 
Jan. 29, 1846, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1852; M.A. 1853; B.D. 
1858; D.D. 1875. Fellow of Exeter College, 1S49-75; Bursar, 
1863. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest (Oxford) 1852. R. of Litton 
Cheney, Dorset, 1S75-93; afterwards of 12, Hillsborough 
Terrace, Ilfracombe. F.S.A., 1S70. Editor of Somerset and 
Devon Visitations (Harleian Soc. Publ.). Died Nov. 26, 
1899. Brother of Edmund R. (1852). (Al. Oxon.; Burke, 
Family Records; Vis. of England and Wales, 1.) 

COLBY, HUGH OWEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 24, 1S31. 

COLBY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 7, 1861. 7th s. of 
Thomas Frederick, Col., R.E., deceased, of Pant-y-deri, 
Pembroke. B. Apr. 25, 1835, at Knockamaroon, Dublin. 
School, King's College, 'Corinium' [Cirencester] (Mr Hay- 
garth). Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Brother 
of the next. (T. Nicholas, Co. Fam. of Wales.) 

COLBY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, May 12, 1856. 
S. of the late Thomas Frederick, Major-Gen., R.E. (for whom 
see D.N.B.). B. in Dublin. School, Bonn. Matric. Michs. 
1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 1862 ; C .of Claverley , 
Salop, 1863. Resided at Aberystwyth, there in 1897. Died 
Jan. 15, 1912, aged 77, at Waun, near Aberystwyth. Brother 
of the above. [Venn, 11. 330; The Guardian, Jan. 26, 1912.) 

COLBY, JOHN VAUGHAN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, Mar. 
30, 1878. Of Devon. S. of Robert (next), clerk. B. Aug. 20, 
1855, at Wear Gifford. Schools, Bruton and Wellington 
College. Of Ffynone, Pembs. D.L. High Sheriff, 1891. J. P. 
for Pembs., Cardigans., and Haverfordwest. Late Major, 
4th Batt., Worcs. Regt. (Militia). Married and had issue. 
Died May, 1919. (Burke, L.G., 1936; Bruton Sch. Reg.) 

COLBY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 12, 1843. 5th s. 
of John, Colonel, of Fynone (or Ffynone), Boncath, Pembs. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1843; LL.B. 1851. Ord. 
deacon. 1851; priest (Worcester) 1852; C. of Ansford, Somer- 
set, 1856-8. R. of Ansford, 1858-88. Of Ffynone and 
Rhos-y-Gilwen, Pembs. Died July 20, 1888, aged 65. Father 
of the' above. (Burke. L.G., 1936; The Guardian, June 29, 
1888.) 

COLBY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 14, 
1774. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Rhos-y-Gilwen, parish of 
Kilgerran, Pembs. School, Marlborough (Thomas Meyler). 
Matric. Michs. 1774; Scholar. Lieut., Marine Forces, 1777', 
First Lieut., 1779; Capt., 1793; Brevet-Major, 1802; after- 
wards on the list of retired officers of the Royal Marines, on 
full pav. Died 1813. [For his son, Thomas Frederick Colby, 
Major-Gen., see D.N.B.] (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

COLBY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Cars, June 8, 
1808. S. of Dover, mercer, of Great Yarmouth. B. there. 
Schools, Cheam, Surrey (Mr Gilpin), Bury and Fersfield 
(Mr Carter). Matric. Michs. 1809; Scholar, 1 809-1 f>; B.A 
1813. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 5, 1814; priest, July 9. 
1815. R. of CUppesby, Norfolk, 1820-60. Died Apr. 14, 
i860, aged 69, at Southtown, Yarmouth. (Venn, 11. 151) 

COLCHESTER, HENRY BILLITER. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, 
Oct. 3, 1881. S. of Henry Sparrowe, clerk to a Russian 
broker. B. Sept. 2, i860, at Lewisham, Lee, Kent. [Bapt. 
Nov. 18, i860.] Matric. Michs. 1881; Prizeman; B \ 
M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (London) 1SS5; C. of 
Twickenham, 1884-6. C. of Paddington, 1S86-92. C. of St 
George's, Hanover Square, 1892-5. Clerk in Orders of St 
George's, Hanover Square, 1895-1902. V. of Stoke Newing- 
ton, 1903-12. V. of Homsey, 1912-25. Chaplain < 
College, "Cambridge, 1926-8. Died Mar. 27. 1928, a«ed 67, 
,t Littlestoke, Redhill. {Crockford; The Times, Mar. 28, 
1928.) 

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Colchester, William 

COLCHESTER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age IS) at St John's, 
Mar 29, 1760. S. of William, of Colchester, Essex. B. at 
Dedham. School, Dedham (Mr Grimwood) Matnc. Michs 
,760; Scholar; B.A. .764: M.A. 1767. Ord. deacon (London 
June 2, 1765; priest (Peterb.) May I, 1773; R- of Helton St 
Peter, Suffolk, I773-W Died June 20, 1824, at Holton. 
{Scott- Mayor, III. 666.) 
COLCLOUGH, GEORGE DUDLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13 1893. 4 th s. of William, of Ihe Manor, Forest Hill, 
Lmiaon B Jan. 10, 1875, at Forest Hill. School. Charter- 
bouTe Matric Michs. .893; B.A. and LL.B. .896. Soto 1 or, 
I9 oo; in the fan of Messrs Budd, Johnson and Jecks (after- 
wards Johnson, Jecks and Colclough) Of 24, Austin Friars, 
London, E.C. Brother of the next. {Law List, 1936.) 
fOLCLOUGH WILLIAM FRANK. Adm. at Caius, Jan. 1, 
,88, S of William, of Forest Hill, London B. Oct. 19, 
l8 6 4 ; at Clapham, Surrey. Schools Dulwich College and 
Chatham House, Ramsgate. Matnc. Lent, 1883; B.A. 1885 
M.B. and B.C. .894; M.A. and M.D. ,902 At Guy * Hospital 
and at the Middlesex Hospital, London M.R.C.S., Ui.r ; 
180^ In practice at Oporto, Portugal; Medical Officer at 
the British Hospital there, 1898-1904- Returned to England 
and settled at Sidmouth, Devon; in practice there. Medical 
Referee for Naval and War Pensions. Medical Officer to the 
Post Office and Board of Education. Died Dec 16, 1925, 
age 6,, at Cherry Hayes, Sidmouth. Bequeathed his body 
to the pathological department of GuVs Hospital Brother 
of the above. {Venn, 11. 460; The Tunes, Dec. iS, 1925: Catan, 
Medical Directory.) 
COLDHAM, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Jan. J}, 
1821. 3rd s. of lames (1776), of Anmer Norfolk. B. there 
Apr 1,1804. School, Putney (Mr Carmalt). Matric. Michs. 
Xi; Scholtr, 182,-S; B.A. ..8*5; M.A 1828 Orf^ 
(Norwich) Tune 10. 1S27; priest, June 8 828; R. of Pens- 
horpe, Norfolk, 1S29-32. R. of East Walton and Gayton- 
thorpe 1831-80. R. of Glemsford, Suffolk, IS33-87- «|™d 
(1) Mary Anne, dan. of Sir Charles M. Clarke, Bart., of Savile 
Row, London, Jan. 23. 183a; (2) Henrietta dau. of Rev 
H. B. Faulkner, of Long Melford 1844. Died June 2 6 1887. 
Brother of James (1803), Henry W. (1805) and John (1808), 
father of James C. (1S54). {Verm, 11. 1S0.) 
COLDHAM, HENRY JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 27, 
1857 S. of Henry Waller (next), of King's Lynn Norfolk. 
B Dec. 9, 1839. at Anmer Hall, Norfolk.] School, Harrow. 
Matric. Miens. .8,7; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Of Anmer Hall. 
J. P. for Norfolk. Died July, 1887. {Harrow Sen. Keg.) 
COLDHAM, HENRY WALLER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
May 30 1801. S. of James (next), Esq., of Anmer. Norfolk 
B Oct 14 1787. Matrie. Michs. 1805; Scholar; B.A 1809. 
MA 1812 Of Anmer Hall, Norfolk. J.P. and D.L. Married 
Maria, dau. of E. R. Pratt, Esq., of Ryston. Brother of 
John (1808), etc., and father of the above. (Burke, L.G.) 
COLDHAM, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com (age 17) at Car. 5 , June 
8 1776. S. and h. of James (1744). of Anmer, Norfolk B. 
there! School, Harrow. Matric. Lent 1777; B.A. ,780, 
MA 1784. Fellow, 1780-83. Adm. at Lincoln s Inn 1776. 
Called to the Bar, 1782. Sheriff of Norfolk, 1809 Of Anmer, 
Esq Married Elizabeth, dau. of Walter Wright, of Bury S 
Edmunds, 1783. Died Sept. 13, 1830, at Anmer. Father of 
the above, the next, John (1.808) and George (1S2.). (I enn. 
"• 97-) 
COLDHAM. JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Feb. 26, 
1803 S. and h. of Tames (above), of Anmer Hall, Norfolk. 
B at Ipswich. School, Bury. Scholar, 1803-5 1 matnc. 
Michs 1804. Drowned July 20, 1805, whilst bathing at 
Heacham, Norfolk. Buried at Anmer. Brother of George 
(1821), etc. (Verm, 11. 140.) 
COLDHAM, JAMES CHARLES. Adm. at King's (age 18) a 
scholar from Eton, Apr. 10, ,854- S. of George (1821), V. of 
Fast Walton, Norfolk. B. there. Matric. Easter, 1854, 
Prizeman- B A 1S58: M.A. 1861. Fellow, 1857. Ord. 
de con 186. priest Lincoln) 1862; C. of Riddlesworth 
Norfolk 1863. C. of East Walton and of Gayton-Thorpe, 
Norfolk, 181.4-70. Died Apr. 19, 1S70. at Lynn. (Kings 
Col! Adm. Rug.) 
COLDHAM, JAMES HENRY HAMILTON. Adm. at Pembroke, 

Oct 1892 S of , of Anmer Hall, King's Lynn, Norfolk. 

B ii,i • 1873 at Anmer. School. Oakham. Matnc. Michs. 
18(92; B.A. 1895. Died 1897. (Oakham Sch. Reg.) 
COLDHAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 26, 
,808. S. of Tames (1776), Esq., of Anmer Norfolk Matnc 
Michs. 1808; B.A. 1812. Ord deacon (Norwich) June 7, 
,.„. nriest Tune 5, 1814; R. of Anmer, Norfolk, 1S15- 
78 3 V P of Snettisham, ,815-78. R. of Stockton ,8,6-78 
Rural Dean of Hitcham, 1846. Not in Crockford, 1878 
Brother of George (.82,), etc. (Blomefield, Norfolk Benefices 
Norfolk Official Lists.) 



Cole, Benjamin Thomas Halcott 

COLDRIDGE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 13, 184 1. 
Of Devon. S. of John, of Exeter. [Bapt. Mar. 18, 1810.] 
Matric. Lent, 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; incorp. at 
Oxford ,850. P.C. of Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Herts., 
1851-3.' Not in Crockford, i860. (Al. Oxon.; Clergy List. 
1851-3--) 
COLDRIDGE or COULDRIDGE, WARD. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel Mar. 10, 1883. S. of Charles Sharman. Esq., of 3, 
Tiverton Road, Exeter. B. 1864. School, Exeter Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar; (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class 
1885; Pt II, 1st Class, 1887); B.A. 1887; M.A. 189 1. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 5, 1889, as Coldridge, Ward. Called to 
the Bar, 1892. Bencher, 1917- K.C., 1912. Registrar m 
Bankruptcy. 1926 (Jan. -Apr.). Author, legal Died Apr 13. 
1926, at 18, Lansdowne Road, Holland Park, London. 
(Scott, MSS.) 
COLDWELL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, May 2 
l8'5 Of York. Ord. deacon (London, Lilt. dim. from York) 
Tune 10 1827; priest, 1829; R. of Abthorpe, Northants., 
1832-53. R. of Green's Norton. 1853-88. Chaplain to the 
Duke of Grafton, ,862-88. Not in Crockford, 1889. 
COLDWELL. WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St Catha- 
rine's July 1, 1814. Of Wakefield, Yorks. [B. there 1795] 
School, 'Wakefield. Matric. Lent, 1875; B.A. 1818; M.A. 
1821- incorp. at Oxford, ,854. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 
24, 1818; priest. Tune 27, 1819; C. of Harrow, Middlesex, 
1820-2. R. of Stafford St Mary, 1822-67. V. of High Offley, 
Staffs . 1826. V. of Sandon, 1827-67. Chaplain to the Earl 
of Roden. Preb. of Lichfield, 1843; Rural Dean. Com- 
missary for Lichfield diocese. Married Mary, dau. of James 
Norman. Esq., of Mistley, Essex. Died Apr. 13, 1867, aged 
7' at The Hermitage, Marlborough. Left four sons, all 
Oxford graduates, and all in Holy Orders; the 2nd son, 
Francis Henry, took the name of Thicknesse. (M. H. Pea- 
, 01 k; G. Mag., 1867, I. 820; Crockford. 1S65.) 
COLE ALBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1868. 
Of Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1868. Probably brother of John 
(1866). 
COLE ALEXANDER BARNET FARQUHARSON. Adm. pens, 
at St Tohn's, Oct. 15, 1888. S. of Tohn, clerk, of Isle Brewers, 
Taunton, Somerset. B. Sept. 21, 1870, at Sanawar, Punjab, 
India School, Hereford Cathedral (Rev. F. H. Tatham). 
Matric. Michs. 18S8; B.A. 1S91; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 
1S93; priest (Oxford) 1894; C. of Wing, Bucks.. 1893-1901. 
Chaplain at Jullundur, India. 1901-2. Held vanous other 
chaplaincies in India (Ecclesiastical Establishment), until 
1924. R. of Hutton, Somerset, 1925-39- (Hereford Cathedral 
Sell.; Crockford, 1939.) 
COLE ALFRED CLAYTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 28, 
1874. 2nd s. of William Henry, of 64, Portland Place, 
London B Dec. 17, 1854. in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 
1877 Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. ji, 1875. Called to the 
Bar, 1880. A large landowner in Norfolk and Berkshire. 
Director of the Bank of England; Governor, 1911-12. A 
Lieutenant for the Citv of London. Of West Woodhay 
House, Newbury, Berks., and of 64, Portland Place, London, 
W. Died June 5, 1920. (Burke, Family Records.) 
COLE ARCHIBALD COLQUHOUN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Magdalene. July 18, 1894. S. of George Lamont (1843), 
clerk, of Hawthorne Dene, Bournemouth. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. 1897. 
COLE ARTHUR. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1886. Adm. pens. 
at'CHRisT's, Oct. 13, 1887. S. of William Henrv. [B. May 
21 ,861, at Plymouth.] Schools, King Edward VI, Norwich, 
and South Wales I'niversitv College. B.A. (Nat. Sci. Tnp., 
1st Class) 1889; M.A. 1898. Science Master at Berkham- 
sted School, ,889-1911. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest (St 
Mbansl 1804. V. of Penlev, Flints., 1911-17. V. of Cnftins, 
i9i7-'3 Surrogate, 1924. V. of Hanbury, Burton-on- 
Trent, ,925-39-. (Peile, 11. 738; Crockford, 1939.) 
COLE AUGUSTUS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 
3 '1838 Of Sussex. Matric. Michs. ,838; B.A. 1S42; M.A. 
1846 Ord. priest (Canterbury) 1846; C. of Sundndge, Kent, 
1846 P C. of Ide Hill, 1847-50. P.C. of LangcliSe, Yorks., 
1852-4. Died Feb. 12, 1854, aged 33. (Cant. Act Bk.\ G. 
Mag., 1854, I. 438.) 
COLE BENJAMIN THOMAS HALCOTT. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
atTRiNiTY Oct. 13, 1798. S. and h. of Benjamin, of Norwich. 
School Dedham," Essex (Dr Grimwood). Matric. Michs. 
1800- Scholar, 1801. Migrated to Magdalene, Dec. 18, 1801; 
B \ 1803- M.A. 1807; incorp. at Oxford, ,843. Seatoman 
Prizeman, ,808. Fellow of Magdalene. Proctor, 1S12. Adm. 
at I incoln's Inn, Nov. ,7. 1801. Ord. priest (Bnstol) Apr. 3. 
,8,3- R of Warbleton. Sussex, 1813-50. Head Master of 
Maidstone Grammar School, iS, 9-21 ; resigned. Died Aug. I, 
1850 aged 67 (sic), at Bangor, North Wales. (Al. Oxon.; 
F. St'ratfield, Maidstone Cr. Sch.; G. Mag., 1850, 11. 447.) 

SS 



Cole, Charles 

COLE, CHARLES. Adm, pens, at Clare, July 6, 1797- S. and 
h.of Charles, architect and builder. B. Dec. I, 1779. a' Ely 
Place, London. School, Eton. In the Army. [His father, a 
native of Peterborough, had been an eminent architect and 
builder, who purchased the site of Ely Place, Holbom, and 
built that Place.] (Eton Coll. Reg.) 

COLE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 15, 1821. 
S. of John Hammond, Esq., of Norfolk. School, Norwich. 
Matric. Michs. 1S22; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Oct. 15, 1826; priest, Oct. 7, 1827. Hon. Secretary 
of the Norfolk and Norwich Savings Bank, 182S-76. C. of 
Gt Plumstead, Norfolk, 1833-76. Chaplain of Norfolk 
County Asylum, 1834-67. V. of Ide, Devon, 1876-7. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1879. Father of William H. (1857). 

COLE, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. to, 
1898. S. of William, schoolmaster, of Banham, Norfolk. 
B. there Aug. 20, 1876. School, Banham Grammar (Mr \V. 
Cole). Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1911. Ord. 
deacon, 1904; priest (Norwich) 1905; C. of Gt Yarmouth, 
1904-13. V. of Whitehaven, 1913-25. V. of St Stephen's, 
Norwich, 1925-33. Brother of Herbert R. (1883), Robert J. 
(1895), Thomas E. (1890), Frederick G. (1892), John W. 
(1889) and James H. (1SS6). (.Crockford, 1933.) 

COLE, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 
13, 1884. S. of Frederick, chemist and druggist. B. Nov. 2, 
1865, at Congleton, Cheshire. Schools, Congleton Grammar 
and Macclesfield. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1S87; M.A. 
1902; Seatonian Prize, 1911. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest 
(Chester) 1890; C. of Chester, 1888-92. Held various 
curacies, 1892-1902. V. of Bilton-in-Holderness, 1902-30. 
Of 5, Church Mount, Sutton, Hull. Author, Mother of All 
Churches. (Crockford, 1939.) 

COLE, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
13, 1892. S. of William, schoolmaster, of Banham Grammar 
School, Norfolk. B. there Mar. 14, 1868. School, Banham 
(Mr W. Cole). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1902. 
Assistant Master at Banham Grammar School, 1S8S-1900; 
Head Master there, 1900-9. Head Master of Thetford Gram- 
mar School, Norfolk, 1909-30. Brother of Francis E. (1898), 
etc. (Cox, County Series; Who's Who, 1912; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1930-1.) 

COLE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 9, 1789. S. 
of Stephen, Esq. B. Oct. 2, 1771, at Twickenham, Middlesex. 
Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar. Kept ten terms by residence; 
did not graduate; name off. May 11, 1797. [Wrongly styled 
M.A., of St John's College, Cambridge, in Burke, L.G.] 
Sometime Capt. in the Cornwall Militia. Married Tolly, dau. 
of Capt. Crozier. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Burke, L.G., ed., 
1936.) 

COLE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, May 30, 1S25. 
Of Worcs. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1848. Ord. 
deacon, 1829; priest (Chester) 1S30; C. of St Bride's, Liver- 
pool, 1831-3. Held other curacies, 1833-50. C. of Rainham, 
Kent, 1850-66. V. of Bethersden, 1866-9. P-C. of St 
Michael's, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 1869-75. Author, 
miscellaneous. Disappears from Crockford, 1876. (Crockford, 
1874.) 

COLE, GEORGE LAMONT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 
1843. S. of George, merchant, of Glasgow. B. there. [Bapt. 
Oct. 22, 1825.] School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 
1848; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon, 1849; priest (Durham) 
Dec. 15, 1849; C. of Hartshill, Warwick, 1850-2. V. of 
Thorn St Margaret, Somerset, 1857-78. Lived latterly at 
Bournemouth, without cure. Died there Feb. 26, 1908. 
Father of Archibald C. (1894). (H. M. Wood, Durham Ord.; 
Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

COLE, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 26, 
1861. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1866; 
priest (Worcester) 1867; C. of Redditch, 1866-9. Held other 
curacies, 1869-81. V. of Beetham, Westmorland, 1881-97. 
Died there Mar. 11, 1897, aged 54. (Crockford; The Times, 
Mar. 15, 1897.) 

COLE (or WELLS-COLE), GERVAS FREDERICK WELLS. Adm. 
pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1879. Of Lincoln. S. of P. 
Brown [William Wells], Esq. [B. Dec. 26, i860, at Glentworth 
Hall.] School, Winchester, as 's. of William Wells-Cole and 
Maria Brown.' Matric. Michs. 1879. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 
i88r, 1882, 1883. Landowner and land-agent. A successful 
breeder of long-woolled sheep. A member of the Kesteven 
County Council and of the Lines. County Committee. Of 
Stones Place, Skellingthorpe, Lincoln. Died there Mar. 2, 
1917. Brother of William F. W. (1878). (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; The Times, Mar. 5, 1917.) 

COLE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 28, 1790. [S. and 
h. of Henry St George, Esq.) B. at Enniskillen, Co. Fer- 
managh, Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1790; B.A. 1794. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, June 9, 1789, as 'only s. of Henry St 



Cole, John 

George C, of Inniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, Esq.' Barrister-at- 
law. Married Frances, dau. of Henry Launauze, of Dublin. 
(Misc. Gen. ei Her., O.S., II. 234-50.) 

COLE, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Clare, Mar. 21, 1817. [Un- 
mentioned on the boards till Feb. 7, 1828; re-adm. Jan. 30, 
1847, as a 'Ten-year man.'] Matric. Easter, 1847; B.D. 
(Stat. Eliz.) 1848; D.D. 1854. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 
18; 1814; priest, Nov. 29, 1818, as of Clare. Strongly opposed 
to the teachings of the new school of Geologists. Wrote to 
The Times, protesting against 'that journal's eulogistic 
reference to Professor Sedgwick's Commencement Sermon' 
(see The Times, Feb. 20, 1834). Sunday evening Lecturer at 
St Mary Somerset, Upper Thames Street, London. Of 39, 
Highbury Place, London. Afterwards of 22, Oxford Road, 
Islington. Author, Popular Geology subversive to Dwine 
Revelation; A letter to Professor Adam Sedgieuk . . . ; The 
Bible as a Rule and Test of Religion and of Science (Sermon 
preached at Gt St Mary's, Cambridge, June 26, 1853), etc. 
Translator of select works of Martin Luther and Calvin, 
Died June 28, 1858, aged 66, at Islington. (The Times, June 
30, 185S; G. Mag., 1858, II. 199.) 

COLE, HENRY HEARLE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 9, 
1842; re-adm. Jan. 27, 1844. S. of Francis, clerk, of St Ewan, 
Cornwall. [Bapt. Mar. 12, 1S23.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 
1847. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest (Worcester) 1848; C. of 
Chilvers Coton, Warwick, 1849-50. C. of Plymouth, 185 1. 
C. of Romsey. Hants., 1855. C. of St Jude's, Bristol, 1857. 
C. of St Matthias-on-Weir, Bristol, 1861-70. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1872. 

COLE, HERBERT ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
10, 1883. S. of William, schoolmaster. B. at Banham. 
Norfolk. [Bapt. Aug. 7, 1864.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 
1886; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1S87; priest (Norwich) 1888; 
C. of Lowestoft, 1887-90. C. of Brantham, Norfolk, 1891-2. 
R. there, 1892-1924. Died Mar. 25, 1924, aged 59. Brother 
of Francis E. (1898). (Scott, MSS.) 

COLE, HUGH BASIL. Adm. at King's, Oct. 4, 1894. S. and h. 
of John (1863). B. Nov. 8, 1875. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901; incorp. at University 
of The Cape, 1907. Ord. deacon, 1898; priest (Oxford) 1899; 
C. of Abingdon, 189S-1904. Lie. pr. for the dio. Oxford, 
T904-7. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Pretoria and 
P.C. of Good Shepherd Mission, Pretoria, 1908-9. Chaplain 
to the Archbishop of Cape Town, 1909-16. Commissary, 
Cape Town, 1916-30 and 1931-. Chaplain to the Forces, 
1916-19; M.C., 1918. R. of St Clement's, Hastings, 1920-36. 
Chaplain at Alassio, 1936-. (Crockford, T939.) 

COLE, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 1886. 
S. of William, schoolmaster, of Banham. Norfolk. B. there 
July 10, 1892. School, Banham Gra mm ar (Mr W. Cole). 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Assistant Master at Banham 
Grammar School, 18S9-91. Ord. deacon, 1S91; priest 
(Norwich) r893; C. of Quidenham, Norfolk, 1891-4. C. of 
Aylsham, 1894-9. C. of Quidenham with Snetterton, 1899- 
1910. R. of Thurning, 1910-22. Disappears from Crockford, 
1923. Brother of Francis E. (1898), etc. 

COLE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 7. 1785. 
S. of Denny (1736), clerk, of Attleborough, Norfolk. School, 
Dedham, Essex (Dr Grimwood). Matric. Michs. 1785; B.A. 
1790. Brother of William (1775). 

COLE, JOHN. Adm. at Christ's, Mar. 28, 1786. 

COLE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 29, 1839. S. of 
John, purser in the Roval Navy, of Woodside, Plymouth, 
Devon [and grandson of Samuel Cole, R. of Merrow, Surrey]. 

B. May 14, l82r. Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1S43; M.A. 1S46. 
Assistant Master at Huntingdon Grammar School, 1843-4. 
Ord. deacon (?) May, 1845; priest (Exeter) June 7, 1846; 

C. of Sampford Spiney, Devon, 1845-7. C. of Bridestow, 
1847-8. C. of Calkngton, 1849-55. Held other curacies, 
1855-61. R. of St Pancras, Exeter, 186J-87. Not in Crock- 
ford, 1888. Published at Exeter, My Journal, 1879. which 
contains references to relations and several clerical contem- 
poraries, and also a diary of his undergraduate days; now in 
the College Library. Author, Parochial Sermons, etc. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

COLE, JOHN. Adm. at King's (age 18) a scholar from Eton, 
Oct. 17, 1863. 2nd s. of John Cole Dicker (formerly Dicker, 
took the surname of Cole by Royal Licence, Mar. 1, 1833). 
B. Oct. 13, 1844, in Bloomsbury, London. Matric. 
1863; Browne Medal, 1864; Prizeman; B.A. (41* Classic) 
1867; M.A. 1870. Fellow, 1868-75. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 4, 1870, as '2nd s. of John, merchant, of Catc 
Surrey.' Examiner in the Education Department, 1871-3. 
Assistant Master at Eton, 1873-95. Of Treworgan, M »' 
Falmouth, Cornwall. J. P. for Cornwall. Died May 26, 1910, 
aged 65, at Treworgan. Father of Hugh B. (1894). (Burke, 
Family Records; Vis. of England and Wales, 1; King's Loll. 
Adm. Reg.) 



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Cole, John 

COLE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 4, 1866. Of 
Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1S66; B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 
1871; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1S75; C. of Woodhouse, 
Yorks., 1871-4. C. of Radford, Notts., 1877-8. C. of Ked- 
leston, 1878-85. Not in Crockford, 1886. Probably brother of 
Albert (1868). 
COLE, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1879. 3rd s. of Skelton, 
Esq., of Broomhill House, Sheffield. Matric. Lent, 1880; 
B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Solicitor. Died Dec. 20, 1934, aged 
76, at Buxton. Brother of Skelton (rS76). 
COLE, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 18, 
1889. S. of William, schoolmaster, of Banharn, Norfolk. 
B. there July ir, 1859. School, Banham Grammar (Mr W. 
Cole). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1893; 
priest (Norwich) 1895; C. of Quidenham, Norfolk, 1893-6. 
Assisted his father in the school at Banham. Died there 
Dec. 28, T897. Brother of Francis E. (1898), etc. (Scott, 
MSS.) 
COLE, JOHN WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Sept. 29, 1891. Of Hants. S. of James, Staff Capt., 
R.N., of Portsmouth Dockyard. B. Mar. 25, 1873. at 
Gosport. School, Portsmouth Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
r8gi; B.A. 1894; B.C. 1902; M.A. 1904; M.B. 1906. At the 
London Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.CP. (London) 1897. 
D.P.H. R.C.P.S., 1903. Civil Surgeon in South Africa, 
1900-1. Late Assistant Medical Officer, Bethnall House 
Asvlum and Metropolitan Asylums Board. Sometime House 
Surgeon, Seamen's Hospital. Of 63, Connaught Avenue, 
Plymouth. {Medical Directory, 1939.) 
COLE, JOSEPH STINTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 
1850. S. of Solomon, portrait-painter, of Bridge Street, 
(? Worcester). B. in the Parish of All Saints', Worcester. 
[Bapt. Mar. 9, 1831.] School, King's College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854. Ord. deacon (Toronto) 1873; 
priest (Alg.) 1875 ; P.C. of St Thomas's, Bracebridge (Ontario 
Prov.), 1873-83. P.C. of Manitowaning, 1883-8. C. of 
Apsley, Ontario, 1889-90. C. of Shanty Bay, 1890-2. 
Missionary at Manitowaning, 1892-8. Not in Crockford, 
1899; occurs as Joseph Stirton Cole in previous issues. 
COLE, MARTIN GEORGE VICTOR. Adm. pens, at Sr Catha- 
rine's, May 5, 1887. S. of Martin George. [B. Sept. 19, 1868.] 
School, Brentwood. Matric. Michs. 18S7; B.A. 1890; M.A. 
1897. Assistant Master at Queenstown School, Cape Colony. 
Principal of Khalsa College. Amritsar. and Registrar of 
Allahabad University, 1910. (J. W. K. Rennie.) 
COLE, MARTIN STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 9, 
1834. S. of Martin. Matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar, 1834; B.A. 
1839; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon and priest (Gloucester) June 
14, 1S40; C. of Tresham and of Wotton-under-Edge. Of 
Walthamstow, Essex; later of Ipswich; then of Putney, 
Middlesex, and subsequently of Wotton, Gloucs. Died May 
19, 1854, at Funchal, Madeira. (Peile, 11. 450; F. Hockaday, 
MSS.; G. Mag.) 
COLE, PENNELL ASHMEAD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
June 30, 1858. S. of Robert. B. at Madras, India. Matric. 
Michs. 1S58. 
COLE, REGINALD SORRE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 
18, i88;. S. of George Edward [M.A., Oxford], clerk, of 
Exhall rectory, Alcester, Warws. B. 1865. School, Malvern 
College. Matric. Easter, 1884; Scholar, 1887; B.A. (rot* 
Wrangler) 1888; M.A. 1892. Assistant Demonstrator in 
Expenment.il Physics at the Cavendish Laboratory, 1890-2. 
Assistant Master at the Roval Engineering College, Devon- 
port, 1892-8; at Marlborough College, 1898; at Merchiston 
Castle School, 1902; at Arnold House School, Chester, 1902- 

4. A.M. I.C. E. Chief Engineer to the Lake Copais Co., 
1908; at Knibba. Greece, in I9r4. Vice-Principal of the 
Agricultural College, Newport, Salop. (Malvern Coll. Reg.; 
G. B. Routledge; Univ. Cal., 1938-9.) 

COLE, RICHARD WOOTTEN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Nov. 20, 1850. S. of William. B. at Bicester, Oxon. Matric. 
Michs. 1851. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1852, as '2nd 
s. of William, Esq., of Bicester, Oxon.' Died Feb. 16, 1854, 
aged 22, at Bicester. (G. Mag., 1854, 1. 442.) 

COLE, ROBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1895. 

5. of William, schoolmaster, of Banham, Norfolk. B. there 
Feb. 1, 187V School, Banham Grammar (Mr W. Cole). 
Matric' Michs. 1895; Choral Scholar; B.A. 1898. Tutor 
abroad, 1898-1900. Assistant Master at Brighton College, 
1900; at The Grange School. Folkestone, 1902-4; at Mer- 
chiston Castle School, Edinburgh, 1904-7; afterwards at the 
Central Foundation School, Cowper Street, London, E.C. 
In 1933 of 149, Finchlev Road, London, N.W. Brother of 
Francis E. (1898), etc. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

COLE SKELTON. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity Hall, Mar. 
30' 1876 2nd s. of Skelton, draper, of Broomhill House, 
Glossop Road, Sheffield. B. Sept. 17, 1854. Schools, Wesleyan 
College, Sheffield, and at London University. Matric. Easter, 



Cole, William 

1876; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1909. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Oct. 31,18-4. Called to the Bar, 18S4. Equity Draughtsman 
and Conveyancer. On the South Eastern Circuit. Died 
Mar. 10, 1936, aged 81, in London. Brother of John (1879). 
(Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Mar. 12, 1936.) 
COLE, SYDNEY WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 1, 
r896. S. of Henrv, of Breakspeare Road, St John's, London, 
B. June 3, 1877, at Lewisham, London. School. St Olave's 
Grammar, Southwark (Mi Rushbrooke). Matric. Michs. 
1896; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt II, 1st Class) 1900; Prizeman, 
1902; M.A. 1904. University Demonstrator in Physiology, 
1907-1915. University Lecturer in Medical Chemistry, 
I0I5 _ 3C ,_ Of Via Cottage, Long Road, Cambridge. (Roll of 
the Regent House, 1938-9.) 
COLE, TERENCE GEORGE OWEN. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1897. 2nd s. of Francis Burton Owen, Capt., Royal Fusiliers, 
of Llvs Mcirchion, Trefnant, R.S.O., Denbs. B. Nov. 14, 
1877.' School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1897. Land-agent. 
Of Brandrum, Co. Monaghan (succeeded his brother, Mow- 
bray Lyster Stanley Owen, who was killed in the Great War, 
1914), and of Sherfbrd House, Taunton. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., Denbigh Yeo. ; mentioned in despatches). 
(Burke, L.G.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Watford, 
Co. Fam.) 
COLE, THEODORE EDWARD [FORTESCUE]. Matric. Non- 
Coil. Michs. 1881. Adm. pens, at Downing, Feb. 9, 1884; 
LL.B. 1SS4; LL.M. 1918. Ord. deacon, 1885; priest (Canter- 
bury) r886. C. of Charlton-next-Dover, 1885-6. C. of 
Thumham, Kent, 1886-8. Chaplain to the Ecclesiastical 
I st.il.lishinent. Bengal, 1 '--. uiii With the Hutx t 1 I 
peditionary Force, 1904. Canon of Calcutta, 1907-n. R. of 
Longford, Salop, 1911-15. (Chaplain to the Forces, 1915- 
20.) Lie. pr., dio. Chichester. 1920-2; dio. Gibraltar, 1925- 
36; dio. London and Guildford, 1936-. (Crockford, 1939; 
Who's Who, 1939.) 
COLE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 29, 1839. 
School, Wandsworth. Matric. Lent, 1840. Ord. deacon, 
1844; priest (Exeter) r846. C. of Heavitree, Devon, 1852-70. 
V. of Shute, 1871-93. Not in Crockford, 1S94. 
COLE, THOMAS ERNEST. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 16, 
1890. S. of William, schoolmaster, of Banham, Norfolk. B. 
there Aug. 15. 1866. School, Banham (Mr Cole). Matric. 
Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, T898; 
priest (Norwich) 1899; C. of Lopham, Norfolk, 1S98-1900. 
C. of Branston. 1900-3. Held other curacies, 1903-12. Lie. 
pr. dio. Norfolk, 1913-33. Of Park Farm, Wymondham, 
Norfolk Brother of Francis E. (1898), etc. (Disappears 
from Crockford, 1935.) 
COLE, THOMAS HOLWELL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May 19, 
1845. S. of Thomas, merchant, of London. B. Dec. 3, 1826, 
at Islington. School, London Metropolitan (Dr Mortimer). 
Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. (261* Wrangler) 1849; M.A. 1853. 
Private tutor at Hastings, 1S50-99. Joint founder, with 
Frederick Rossiter and others, of the Hastings School of 
Science and Art, 1S75; a Master at the School, 1878-99. A 
founder of St Leonard's Lodge of Free Masons, No. 1842, in 
1879. Author, The Antiquities of Hastings and the battle- 
field; also Essavs, etc. Died Dec. 20, 1899, at 59, Cambridge 
Road, Hastings. (Boase, iv. Suppl.) 
COLE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 19, 
1762. S. of John, of Fenton, Hunts. School, Huntingdon 
(Mr Unwin). Matric. Michs. 1762; Scholar, 1764. Perhaps 
R. of Eynesbury, Hunts., 1768-1808; 'B.A.' Died there 
June 8, 1808. (G. Mag.) 
COLE, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 18 sic) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. II, 1773- B. Dec. 8, 1753. at Mersham, Kent. 
Schools, Ashford and Eton. Matric. Lent, 1774; Browne 
Medal; Prizeman; B.A. 1778; M.A. I78r. Fellow, 1776-S1. 
D D (Canterbury) 1795. Assistant Master at Eton, 1778-9- 
Ord. priest (Ely) Mar. 14, 1779- Chaplain to the Duke of 
Marlborough and Tutor to his two sons. R. of Waddesdon 
(1st portion), Bucks., r78i-9. R. of Mersham, Kent, 17S8- 
1806. Preb. of Westminster, 1792-1806. V. of Shoreham, 
1796-1806. Married Mary, dau. of Sir William Blackstone, 
1795. Classical scholar. Author, Oratio de Ridiculo, etc. 
Died s.p. Sept. 25, 1806. Buried in Westminster Abbey. 
(G. Mag., 1806, II. 1072; £!ok Coll. Reg.; Hennessy; D.N.B.) 
COLE, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. 7, 1775- S. of Dennv (1736), clerk. [Bapt. Mar. 
17 1757. at Attleborough, Norfolk.] Matric. Michs. 1775: 
B A. 1780; M.A. T7S3. Fellow, 1778-89. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
June 6, 1784; priest (Norwich) Mar. 12, 1786. C. of Kersey 
and Linsev, Suffolk, 1786. V. of Broad Chalke, Wilts., 
1788-1812. C. of Theberton, Suffolk. Resided at Yoxford, 
Suffolk, for several years. Removed to London. Officiated 
at a chapel near his residence in Baker Street. Author, 
miscellaneous. Died Dec. 1812, in Baker Street, Portman 
Square, London. Brother of John (17S5). {Eton Coll. Reg.; 
G. Mag.; D.N.B.) 

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Coleman, William Higgins 



COLE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 10, 1802. 
Doubtful if resided. Perhaps re-adm. May 18, 1812; see 
next. Perhaps adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 15, 1803, 
as s. of Benjamin, Esq., of Bath. 

COLE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 27) at Trinity, May iS, 
1812. [Perhaps previously adm. July 10, 1S02.] S. of 
Benjamin. B. at Battersea, London. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1S16. Perhaps adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Nov. 15, 1803, as s. of Benjamin, Esq., of Bath; 
see the above. Died Feb. 1817. (A. F. Radcliffe.) 

COLE, WILLIAM BARRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 26, 1849. 
S. of Thomas Frederick, solicitor, of Ryde, Isle of Wight. 
B. Feb. 22, 1831. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1849; 
Scholar, 1851-3; B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Winchester) T855 ; 
priest, 1856. Missionary' of the C.M.S. in India, 1860-2. C. 
of St John's, Ryde, Isle of Wight. C. of Eastbourne, 186S- 
70. C. of Shanklm, Isle of Wight, 1870-81; V. there, 1881- 
19T3. Died there July T5, 1913. [Venn, II. 288.) 

COLE (WELLS-COLE), WILLIAM FRANCIS WELLS. Adm. 
pens, at Jesus, Oct. r, 1878. S. and h. of William Wells 
[and Maria Brown]. B. Apr. 22, 1859. School, Winchester. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1883. Athletics 'blue,' 1882. 
Landowner. Of Glentworth Hall, Lincoln. Died Nov. 22, 
1902. Brother of Gervas F. W. (1879). (Winchester Coil. 
Keg.) 

COLE, WILLIAM HAMMOND. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 1, 
1857. 2nd s. of Edward (1821), clerk. B. Dec. 15, 1837, at 
Gt Plumstead, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, 1858; 
B.A. 1861; M.A. 1865. Assistant Master at Lancing School, 
186T-2. Professor of Mathematics at the Government 
College, Agra, India, 1862-4; resigned owing to ill-health. 
Took work at Mr Maddock's school, Mussoori. Re-appointed 
to the Government Service, 1867. In the Survey Department, 
under General J. T. Walker, C.B. Assistant to Mr J. B. 
Hennessey in the computing Dept. at Dehra Dun. Succeeded 
him as head of the office, 1883-91. Retired on pension, Apr. 
T892. Assisted in the compilation of the Account of the 
Operations of the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, 
17 vols. (1870-1901). Remembered as one of the famous 
band of Geodesists — Walker, Basier, Hennessey and Heavi- 
side, 'whose joint work placed India in the forefront of 
scientific surveys.' Living at East Grinstead, Susses, 1911. 
F.R.G.S. Died' Apr. ro, 1917, at Brighton. (Peile, 11. 555.) 

COLE, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 22 , 
T839. Of Huntingdon. 

COLE-HAMILTON, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. 1, 1S93. 2nd s. of Arthur Henry, R. of Castle Ashby, 
Northants. B. Sept. 12, 1875. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1896. Veterinary student, 1897. Land-agent, 1900. Of 14, 
Nassau Street, Dublin, in 1902. Served with the Basutoland 
Mounted Police, 1916-19. Of Fourways, Hoddesdon, Herts. 
J.P. (Burke, P. and B., sub Enniskillen; Selwyn Coll. Col.; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1939.) 

COLEBROOK, RICHARD ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Jan. 15, 1893. S. of Alfred, of Plumstead. B. there Mar. 16, 
1855. Matric. Lent, 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Ord. 
deacon, 1896; priest (Ely) 1897; C. of Downham, Cambs., 
1896-1900. C. of Woodston, Hunts., 1900-4. V. of Kirtling, 
Cambs., 1904-6. C. of Haverhill, 1906-10. C. of St James's, 
Bury St Edmunds, 1910-T3. C. of Burwell, Cambs., 1913-15. 
R. of Hauxton with Newton, 1915-25. Died Mar. 4, 1929, at 
Gt Shelford. (Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, Mar. 6, 1929.) 

COLEBROOKE, GEORGE VERNON. Adm. pens, (age 15) at 
Trinity, May r2, 1827. S. and h. of Henry Thomas [the 
Sanscrit scholar, for whom see D.S.B.]. B. 181 1, at Calcutta, 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1829; B.A. T832. Died 1835. 
(Burke, P. and B.) 

COLEBY, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 15, 1866. S. 
of Thomas, cotton-spinner. B. Nov. 24, 1847, at Cheetham, 
Lanes. School, Manchester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon, 1871; priest (Manchester) 1873; 
C. of Healey, 1871-3. C. of St George's-in-the-Fields, .Man 
Chester, 1873-4. P.C. of Westleigh, Lanes., 1881-7. R. of 
St John-the-Evangelist, Annan, 1887-1910. V. of Charles- 
town, 1910-19. Resided latterly at Winscombe, Somerset. 
Died Jan. 31, 1929, aged 8r. (Crockford; The Times, Feb. 5, 
1929.) 

COLEBY, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 25) at Caius, Oct. T79*- 
S. of Charles, of Knapton, Norfolk. B. there. School, 
Wymondham. Matric. Michs. 1792; Scholar, 1792-3. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1793; priest, Sept. 25, 1796; V. 
of Thorpe Market with Bradfield, Norfolk, 1798-1842. R. of 
Colby, 1802-42. Died Aug. 22,1842. M.I.atColby. Doubtless 
father of the next. (Venn, 11. 124.) 

COLEBY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 13, 
1813. Of Norfolk. [Doubtless s. of George (above), clerk.] 
Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar, 1813; HA. 1817. Ord. deacon 



(Norwich) Nov. 16, 1817; priest, June n, 1820. R. of Colby, 
Norfolk, 1842-70. Disappears from Crockford, 1872. 

COLEMAN, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
r893. S. of John Major, of 4, Salop Street, Wolverh.n 
B. Jan. 6, 1874, at Wolverhampton. Schools, Wolvei 
ton Grammar and Mason's College, Birmingham. Matric, 
Michs. 1893; B.A. T896; M.B. and M.A. 1901; M.D. 
D.P.H. 1905. House Physician and House Surgeon at the 
General Hospital, Birmingham. Assistant Medical Officer of 
Health, Derby, 1908-9. Deputy Medical Officer of Health, 
City of Lincoln, 1908-10; sometime Medical Officer of 
Health and School Medical Officer. Served in the R.A.M.C. 
during the Great War (Capt., T.F. Reserve). Of 1, North 
Parade, Lincoln. Brother of Edward H. (1891). (Medical 
Who's Who, T927; Medical Directory, 1939.) 

COLEMAN, EDWARD BERNARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 18, 1861. S. of Edward Bernard. B. Jan. 31, 1845, at 
Tenby, Pembs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 
1866. Living near Newtown, Montgomeryshire, in 1890. 

COLEMAN, EDWARD HAYLING. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 5, 189T. S. of John Major, M.D., M.R.C.S., of Wolver- 
hampton. B. there Aug. 20, 1870. School, Wolverhampton 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.B. and B.C. 
1901; M.D. 1910; M.A. 1910. At St George's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1897. Hon. Physician to the 
Roval Hospital, Wolverhampton, and to the Queen Victoria 
Nursing Home. Of Slade Hill House, Wolverhampton. 
Brother of Charles J. (1893). (Wolverhampton Gr. Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directory, 1939.) 

COLEMAN, (The Rev.) FRANCIS. B.A. 1 801, incorp. from Oxford. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 1801; from Christ Church, 
Oxford. S. of Edward, of Leominster, Heref., gent. Matric. 
(Christ Church) Mar. 8, 1780, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1783. 
V. of Leominster, Heref., 1796-1810. R. of Humber, 1810- 
30. Died 1830. (St John's Coll. Adm., IV; Al. Oxon.) 

COLEMAN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 16, 1824. 
S. of Charles John, R. of Winterbourne Gunner, Wilts. [B. 
there July 3, 1803.] School, Felsted. Matric. Lent, 1825; 
B.A. 1829; M.A. 1848. Ord. deacon, 1828; priest (Lincoln) 
Mar. 1830; C. of Tingewick, Bucks., till 1839. R. of Water 
Stratford, 1839-58. Secretary of the S.P.C.K. for Bucks. 
Married Augusta .Aim Worsley, of Newport, Isle of Wight. 
Author, Creation and Redemption (a poem). Died Apr. 12, 
1858, at Water Stratford. M.I. Father of the next. (Peile, 
II. 4!70 

COLEMAN, GEORGE WORSLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1870. S. of George (above), clerk, deceased. 
B. Feb. S, 1851, at Water Stratford, Bucks. School, Clergy 
Orphan (Rev. C. Matheson). Matric. Michs. 1870; Rustat 
Scholar; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest 
(Peterb.) 1875; C. of Helidon, Northants., 1874-6. C. of 
Adlington, T876-82. V. of Gt Marsden, Lanes., 1882-93. 
V. of Tong Moor, Bolton, 1893-T900. V. of Blackrod, 
1900-n. Disappears from Crockford, 1912. 

COLEMAN, JAMES SHERARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 3, 1799. Of Leics. [S. of Henry, of Leicester.] Matric. 
Michs. 1799; B.A. 1803; M.A. 1809. Ord. deacon, June 10, 
1804; priest (Peterb.) June 23, 1805; R. of Houghton-on- 
the-Hill, Leics., 1808-55. Died Oct. 23, 1855. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV.) 

COLEMAN or COLMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Jan. 1, 1829. B. at Kirby Ravensworth, Yorks. Matric. 
Michs. 1829, as Coleman, J. 

COLEMAN, JOHN HENRY (or HENRY JOHN). Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, May 16, 1845. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 
1845, as H. J.; Scholar, 1845; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. 
deacon, 1850; priest (Norwich) 1851; C. of Worstead, 
Norfolk, 1850-3. C. of Swanton Abbotts, 1853-63. C. of 
Sloley, 1863-85. R. of Westwick, 1873-1906. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1907. 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 1843. 
Of Wilts. S. of Walter, Esq., of Langley Fitzurse, now usu.illy 
called Kington Langley, Wilts. [Bapt. Mar. 20, 1823.] 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Lent, 1843; Scholar; B.A. 
1847. Ord. deacon, r846; priest, 1S4S. Apparently unbene- 
need. Resided for some years at Sbipton-under-Wychwood, 
Oxon. Died June 5, i9io f aged 87, at Upper Non 
(Scott, MSS.) 

COLEMAN, WILLIAM HIGGINS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Feb. 14, 1832. Of Middlesex. S. of John, Esq. [and Con 
stantia]. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Mich. 
Scholar; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. priest (Lincoln) 1840. 
Assistant Master at Christ's Hospital, 1840-7; at A nby 
de-la-Zouch Grammar School, 1847-63. Botanist. Author. 
(jointly with Rev. R. H. Webb) Flora Hertfordiensis; 
Biblical papers. Died Sept. 12, 1863, at Burtou-i 1 
(D.N.B.) 



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COLENSO, FRANCIS ERNEST. Adm. pens. > at St John's Feb 
18 i860, 2nd s. of John WiUiam next) Bishop of Natal. 
B Apr 9, 1852, at Forncett St Mary, Norfolk. Maine. 
MichT 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1883. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Feb. 6, iS74- Called to the Bar, 1877. Adm. 
adTocate at the Natal Bar, Apr. 1877; P^ u ,f d ^ e ' h I 
Supreme Court of Natal. Acted as agent (together with 
James Walker Smith) to the Zulu Chief Cetywayo, to treat 
with the British Government on the boundary question, 
S77-8 Of Petermar, lZ bur S , Natal, in 1885. Afterwards an 

actuary in London. Wrote a sketch of his father s life for 
The Eagle; see xm. 31, It. Died June 30, 19.0, aged 58, , at 
Amersham, Bucks. [Biblioth. Cornub., 111. buppl.X Foster, 
Men at the Bar.) 
COLENSO, [JOHN] WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 22, 
183:. Of Cornwall. S. of John William mineral agent B 
Jan. 24, 1814. School, Devonport. Matnc Michs. 1832, 
Scholar- Exhibitioner; Naden Divinity Student 1834, 
Scnoiar 1835; 2nd Smith's Prizeman; B.A t™d Wrangler) 
1836; M.A. 1839; D.D. .853. Fellow, 1837-46. Tutor. 1842-6; 
D.C.L. 1S54. Mathematical Master a Harrow 1838-42. 
Ok deacon (Ely) June 9, l8 3 9- V of Forncett St Mary 
Norfolk 1846-53. Bshop of Natal, 1853-83. worked 
devotedly to educate the Zulus, providing the black races 
with a written language. Taught Zulus pnnt.ng and issued a 
Zulu grammar, dictionary, translations from the Old and the 
New Testament, etc. Aroused violent feeling and oppos tion 
by his Commentary to the Epistle to the Romans and his 
Critical Examination of the PaltaUudi. Formally deposed 
and excommunicated by Dr Gray, Metropolitan B shop of 
Capetown, 1863, but confirmed in the possession of his see 
by the Law Courts. Suffered greatly from misunderstanding 
and misrepresentation as a result of the invasion of Mid and 
in 1878. Denounced the Zulu war and exposed the corruption 
of some Colonial officials and their tyranny to natives 
Author, controversial, mathematical, etc. [For a list 01 
works on the 'Colenso Controversy' see Boase and Courtney, 
BMiolh. Cornub.) D,ed June 20, 1883, at P«terrnarit2bnr£ 
Brother of Thomas B. (1842) and father of Francis i~ 
(above). [Eagle, xm; D.N.B.) 
COLENSO, RIDLEY LATIMER. Adm pens, at ! 5r John s 
Oct 3 1870. S. of William [probably the botanist, of 
Napier New Zealand, Government Inspec tor of Schoo Is, see 
Boase, Coll. Cornub.}. B. at Waitangi, New Zealand Bapt. 
Feb. ., 1846, in New Zealand.] Matnc. Michs. 1870^. 
1876; M.A 1879. Died Feb. 20, 1926, aged 80, at hilmuir, 
Inverness. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Feb. 23, '926.) 
COLENSO, THOMAS BLACKMORE Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 20, 1842. Of Cornwall. 2nd s. of John William. Esq., 
merchant [and Mary Anne, dan. of Richard BJackmore] 
B Ta n -o 1823. Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar. Migrated to 
Oxford; matricf (Trinity College) Oct. 26, 1843, age 20; ILA. 
(Oxford) 1849. Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, 1846-9. 
Died Sept. 28, .849, at Lostwithiel, memorial wmdow in 
Exeter College Chapel. Brother of John W. (1832). (Co//. 
Cornub; Al. Ox.) 
COLERIDGE, ARTHUR DUKE. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Feb. 12, 1849. 3rd s. of Francis George of 
Otterv St Mary, Devon [and first cousin of Lord Coleridge, 
Cord thief Justice of England]. Bapt. there Feb.. 1830. 
Matric. Lent, 1849; Prizeman; B.A. 1853; M.A- 856. 
Fellow 1852-60. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 3. 1854. 
CaUed'to the Bar, 1S60. Department clerk of Arraigns, 
aerko Assize for' the Midland Circuit, 1876-191 3 (never 
rnissed an assize). A devoted admirer of Sebastian Bach, 
chief promoter of the scheme which resulted in the hrst 
performance in England of the 'B Minor Mass/ Founded 
the Bach choir in London; one of the founders of the Mendels- 
sohn scholarship, giving generous help to the first scholar 
Arthur Sullivan. A warm supporter and friend of Grove at 
the Crystal Palace and South Kensington. Closely associated 
with Sterndale Bennett; a friend of Jenny Lind, and in- 
timate with Rossini, Liszt and other famous musician s 
Author, Eton in the Forties; translated the Life of ^hubnt 
Goethe's Egmvnt; Hauptmami's Letters to ■Zelter. .Died Oct. 
29 0. J, aged 83 at .2, Cromwell Place. South Kensington 
(King's CoK. Aim. Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
Oct. 30 and 31, 1913.) 
COLERIDGE, DERWENT. Adm pens, at St John's May 10. 
1820. 2nd s. of Samuel Taylor (1791). Esq of Highgate. 
[B. Sept. 14, 1800, at Keswick, Cumberland.] School, 
Ambleside. Matric. Michs. 1S20; Scholar; B.A 1824, MA. 
1829. Master at Helston School. Cornwall, 1825-41. Ora. 
deacon (Exeter) 1826; priest 1827. Principal of !St Mark .s 
Training College, Chelsea, Middlesex, 1841-64. Preb of St 
Paul's 1846-8,. R. of Hanwell, Middlesex, 1864-80 A keen 
educationalist and an accomplished linguist. Author bio- 
graphical and theological. Completed the edition of his 
father's works, begun by his sister Died Mar. 28, 1883, aged 
82 at Eldon Lodge, Torquay. Father of the next. [Hennessy , 

d!n.b.) 



Coles, Arthur Mist 

COLERIDGE, DERWENT MOULTRIE. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
' lulvt 1850 S. and h. of Denvent (above), clerk. Previously 
at Oxford; matric. (Exeter College) Jan. 28, 1847, age 18. 
TB Oct 17 1828.I Schools, Charterhouse and King s College, 
London. Matric! Michs. 1850; B.A. 1853- Of Helstone 
Windron, Cornwall. Emigrated to Australia. Died Dec. 5, 
1880, aged 51, at Sydney, N.S.W. {List of Carthus.; Burke, 
P. and B.; Al. Oxon.) 
COLERIDGE, HENRY NELSON. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Mar. 7. 1818. 4 th s. of James [of the Chanter s 
House, Otterv St Mary, Devon] B. there Oct 25, 1798. 
Matric Easter, 1818; Browne Medals (Latin Ode 1820, 
(Greek Ode) .820-1; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Fellow, 182 1-9. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 16 1821. Called to the 
Bar 1826. Lecturer on Equity to the Incorporated Law 
Society A contributor to the Quarterly Review. Married 
Sara, dan. of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Sept. 3, 1829 whose 
literary executor he was; edited some of his works and 
brought out Table Talk in 1835. Author, Introduction to the 
Creek Classic Poets, etc. Died Jan. 26, 1843- (* <«8 s CoU - 
Adm. Reg.; D.N.B.) 
COLERIDGE. REGINALD ALFRED. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. n, 1879. S. and h. of Alfred James, V oi 
Bromham, Beds. B. Apr. 25, i860, at Woodcote Oxon. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class, Pt I, 1881, 
Ptll 1883); B.A. 1884. At one tune an Army tutor, [lying s 
ColLAdm. Reg.) 
COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Jesus, 
Feb. 5, 1791- S. of John, V. of Ottery St Mary Devon. 
TB there Oct. 21, 1772.] School, Chnst's Hospital (Ex- 
hibitioner). Matric. Lent. 1792; Scholar; Browne Medal 
(Greek Ode) 1792. Poet, critic and philosopher, Enlisted, 
under the name of Comberback, in 1 5th Light Dragoons, Apr. 
1793; discharged Apr. 10, 1794. from respect to his friends 
and station. Adopted extreme views in religion and politics, 
loined Robert Southev and other ' pantisocrats in a scheme 
to found a communistic colony in Pennsylvania, 1794- Went 
to Bristol, lodging at 48, College Street. Published his first 
volume of Poems, .796. Preached occasionally ,n Unitarian 
chapels at Taunton and Bath, 1796-7- Joined Wordsworth 
in writing Lyrical Ballads. An occasional contnbutor to the 
Morning Post, 1798-1802. Studied in Germany, 1798-9; 
funds being furnished by the Wedgwoods Became a slave 
to opium. Secretary to the Governor of Malta, 1804-5. 
Settled at Keswick. Cumberland, 1800, where he wrote the 
second part of Christabel. Settled at Grasmere with Words- 
worth, 1809. Began a paper called the Friend, 1809. Con- 
tributed to the London Courier, 1809, 1S11 and 1814. 
Lectured in London on Shakespeare and other poets 1810- 
11 A pensioner of the Society of Literature 1824-30. 
Gave his last lecture in London, 1818. Visited by famous 
contemporaries who came to listen to his conversation For 
an account of his life and work see D.N.B .Died July 25, 
1834, at Highgate; bust in Westminster Abbey. Father of 
Derwent (1820). 
COLERIDGE, STEPHEN WILLIAM BUCHANAN Adm. pens. 
at Trinity. June 25, 1873. 2nd s. of John Duke of Ottery 
St Mary, Devon [afterwards Baron Colendge and Lord Chief 
Justicel B. May 31, 1854, in London School Bradfield 
(Mi Hayman). Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 8, 1875, and again. May 
5 18S2, as of 1, Sussex Square, London, merchant. Called to 
the Bar, 1886. Private Secretary to his father, 1884-90. 
Clerk of Assize for the South Wales Circuit, 1890. One of the 
founders of the National Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children, 1884. Director of the National Anti- 
Vivisection Society, and President of the League for the 
Prohibition of Cruel Sports^ Well known for his determined 
opposition to modem methods of biological study Of the 
Ford, Chobhatn, Surrey, and of Camden House, Swanage. 
Twice married and had issue. Artist and author (miscel- 
laneous). Exhibited at the Royal Academy and the R.B.A 
For a list of his publications see Who's Who, 1935- Died 
Apr. .0, 1936, aged 81, at The Ford. (Burke, P. and B.; The 
limes, Apr. II, 1936.) 
COLES, ALBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 
1 1886 S. of Stephen, clerk [missionary]. B. Nov 18 1864, 
at Cotta Ceylon. School, St Paul's (Exhibitioner). Matnc. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. .889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; 
priest (Chester) 1891; C. of Prestbury. Cheshire, 1890-3. 
A missionary (S.P.G.) to India, 1S93-1909. Canon of Bom- 
bay 1906-28. V. of Patutahi, New Zealand, 1909-11. 
Chaplain at Igatpuri. Bombay, ^"-^ Disappears from 
Crockford, 1929. Brother of the next and Henry S. (1889). 
COLES, ARTHUR MIST. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's. June 
1- 1882 S of Stephen, clerk missionary]. Born at Cotta, 
Ceylon Matric. Michs. 1S82; B.A 1885; M.A. 1890 1. Ord. 
deacon (Hereford) 1886; pnest (Canterbury) 1888, C. of 



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Coles, Thomas Stirling 



Ross, Heref., 18S6-8. C. of Pembury, Kent, 188S-90. 
Remained without cure, living in retirement for reasons of 
health. Disappears from Crockford, 1902. Brother of the 
above, etc. 

COLES, CHARLES ST ARNAUD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
25, 1899. S. of Charles Henry, of 32, Carlisle Mansions, 
Carlisle Place, London. [B. Mar. 3, 1880, at Fareham, 
Hants.] Schools, Malvern College and University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1899; B.A. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class, 1901) 1903. At St Thomas's Hospital, 
London. House Physician. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1905. 
Fellow of the Hunterian Society. Died Aug. 24, 1915. 
Brother of Henry A. V. (1895). (Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

COLES, COWPER BICKERTON COWPER. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity Hall, Mar. 5, 1876. S. of Cowper Phipps, Capt., 
R.N. , deceased. B.Decrr8s6. Matric. Michs. 1876. (Burke, 
L.G., ed. 1862.) 

COLES, EDWARD GERALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. 2nd s. of Edward George, of The Lodge, Carsbalton, 
Surrey. B. June 21, 1871, at Norwood, Surrey. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1S89; B.A. 1892. Died about 
1928, at Guildford. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

COLES, GEORGE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, Apr. 22, 1795. S. 
of Thomas, merchant, of London. Matric. Lent, 1798; B.A. 
1799- 

COLES, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, June 
20, 1S17. Of Surrey. S. of William. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1S17; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon (London) 
Dec. 22, 1822; priest (London, Litt. dim. from Canterbury) 
Dec. 21, rS23; C. of Croydon, Surrey, 1823. V. of St James's, 
Croydon, 1829-65. Master and Chaplain of Whitgift's 
Hospital, 1S43-65. Died Jan. 22, 1S65, aged 66, at Dorking, 
Surrey. Perhaps brother of Thomas S. (1832). (7". A. 
Walker, 39S; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1865, 1. 384.) 

COLES (post PINCKARD), GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, 
(age 18} at Jesus, Oct. 1889. [4th s. of John, Esq. B. June i, 
1871, in London.] School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896, as G. H. Pinckard. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, June 24, 1892, as George Henry Coles. Mem- 
ber of Lloyds. M.F.H. J. P. Lord of the Manor of Witley, 
Sunningdale. Of John St, London, W. (G. B. Routledge; 
Marlborough Coll. Reg., 1936; Who's Who, 1939.) 

COLES, GEORGE LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, June 23, 
1843. S. of John Jeffreys, clerk, of Clifton [V. of St Barnabas], 
Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1843. Became a 'Ten-year man,' 
Feb. 22, 1849. Name removed from College boards at his 
own request, Dec. 6, 1849. C. of Clvro, Radnor, r855-6. C. of 
Milston, Wilts., 1857. C. of Stroud, Gloucs., 1858. C. of 
Biddeston, Wilts., 1860-5. Not in Crockford, 1868. (T. A. 
Walker, 480; Crockford, 1865.) 

COLES, GEORGE RICH. Adm. pens, (age 2r) at Magdalene, 
Apr. 7, 1843. S. of Robert Bartlett, of Keene Hall, near 
Wells, Esq. Matric. Michs. 1843. 

COLES, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 12, 1847. 
S. of Thomas Rich {1811), clerk. B. at Beaminster, Dorset. 
School, Southampton (Mr Drew). Matric. Michs. 1847. 
Died Apr. 20, r8so, at Weymouth. (G. Mag., 1850, 1. 683.) 

COLES, HENRY APREECE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 23, 
1825. S. of Thomas Henry (1799), clerk, of Honington, near 
Grantham, Lines. B. July 15, 1806. Schools, Rugby and 
Grantham. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon, 
1830; priest, 1831. V. of Mamham, Notts., 1844-72. Married 
Miss Ferguson, of Belfast, Sept. 5, 1853. Died Dec. 21, 1882. 
(Clare Colt. Hist., 11. 638; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4 th Ser., 11. 
31.) 

COLES, HENRY ARTHUR VERNEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of Charles, of Lystonville, Malvern, Worcs. 
[Colonel, late Bombay Staff Corps]. B. Dec. 30, 1875, at 
Tunbridge Wells. School, Malvern College (Mr Gray). 
Matric. Michs. 1895. Brother of Charles St A. (1899). 

COLES, HENRY SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1889. S. of Stephen [Church Missionary in Ceylon]. 

B. Dec. 19, 1870, at High Wycombe, Bucks. School, St 
Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1889; Rustat Scholar; B.A. 1892; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Winchester) 1897; 

C. of Wellow, Hants., 1896-9. C. of West Meon, 1899-1902. 
Chaplain (Indian Establishment) of Bombay Cathedral, 
1902-4. C. of Maidstone, 1904-7. C. of Lydd, 1907-10. V. 
of Whitfield with West Langdon, Kent, 1910-14. Assistant 
Master at Bengeo School, Hertford, 1918-29. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1930. Brother of Albert H. (1886) etc. 

COLES, HUGH THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 7, 
1875- [4th s. of William Gale, Esq., of Cleve Wood, Downend, 
Bristol.] B. Dec. 30, 1856. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Banker. Member of the Council 



of Clifton College, and for many years Treasurer of Bristol 
and Gloucester Diocesan Training College. Of 5, All Saints' 
Road, Clifton, Bristol. J. P. for Somerset. Married and had 
issue. Brother of William C. (1876). (Burke, Family 
Records; Kelly, Handbook, 1937.) 

COLES, JAMES OAKLEY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 
15^886. Of London. Matric. Lent, 1886. B.D. (Canterbury) 
1900. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Canterbury) 18S7; C. of 
Crayford, Kent, 1886-8. C. of Croydon, 1888-92. V. of East 
Peckham, 1892-4. V. of All Saints', Norwood, 1894-1900. 
Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1899-1905. V. of Faversham, 
1900-4. V. of St Lawrence, Ramsgate, 1904-5. Died Dec. 
25, 1905, aged 61. Buried at St Lawrence. (Records of 
Rochester; The Times, Dec. 28, 1905.) 

COLES, JAMES STRATTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 
31, 1828. Of Somerset. S. and h. of James Benjamin, Esq., 
of Parrocks Lodge, Somerset. B. June 6, 1810. Matric. 
Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon, 1834; 
priest (Bath and Wells) 1835; R. of Shepton Beauchamp, 
Somerset, 1836-72. Rural Dean. Preb. of Wells, 1848-72. 
P.C. of Barrington, Somerset, 184S-72. Of Parrocks Lodge, 
Somerset. J. P. Married Eliza, dau. of Vincent Stuckey, of 
Hill House, Somerset. [To be distinguished from James 
Coles, B.A. (Oxford), V. of Michaelston-y-Vedw, Mon., 
1820-51, died there Jan. n, 1851, with whom he is confused 
in G. Mag., 1851, 1. 332.] (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862; Family 
Records; G. Mag., 1851, 1. 332.) 

COLES, JOHN BRAY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 7, 1850. 
Of Middlesex. S. of John, solicitor, of Harpur Street , London. 
B. in the parish of St George-the-Martyr, London. [Bapt. 
Dec. 15, 1830.] Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1857. 
Ord. deacon, 1854; priest (Salisbury) 1855; C. of Beaminster, 
Dorset, in 1856. C. of Send, Surrey, 1858-65. R. of Wood- 
ham-Walter, Essex, 1870-5. Disappears from Clergy List 
in 1876. 

COLES, JOHN DANIEL HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 31, 1833. Matric. Michs. 1833. 

COLES, RICHARD LEWIS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Apr. 6, 
1829. Matric. Easter, 1829. Of South Hay House, Wells 
Road, Bath. (Peile, 11. 434.) 

COLES, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 22, 1832. S. of George. B. at Streatham, Surrey. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton, Devon (Mr Dicken). Matric. 
Michs. 1833; Exhibitioner. 

COLES, SAMUEL HOWSE. Adm. pens, at Caius, Feb. 28, 1854. 
S. of Isaac Deacon. B. Jan. 3, r836, at Taunton, Somerset. 
[Bapt. at Lyncombe.] School, Bath Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1854; Scholar, 1855-8; B.A. 1858. Ord. deacon 
(Exeter) 1872; priest, 1873; C. of Stoke Fleming, Widcombe, 
Devon, 1872-4. C. of St John's, Lowestoft, 1874-9. v - of 
St John's, Wembley, Middlesex, 1879-82. Died July 20, 
r882, at Bath. (Venn, 11. 316.) 

COLES, THOMAS GORDON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 15, 
1845. Did not reside. Migrated to Corpus Christi, Oct. 20, 
T845. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1845. 

COLES, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare. June 13, 
1799. S. of John, of Wardour Street, London [and Susannah, 
dau. of Thomas Hussey Apreece, of Washingley Hall, 
Hunts.] B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1799; B-A. 1803; 
M.A. 1S06; D.D. 1818. Ord. deacon, 1803; priest, 1805; V. of 
Honington, Lines., 1805-67. Married Harriet Brooke, dau. 
of Thomas Oliver, of Low Leyton, Essex, Sept. 14, 1805, 
at Knaresborough, Yorks. Gave an organ and nine windows 
to the College chapel ; bequeathed the whole of his estate 
(about £25,000) to the College, subject to a life annuity of 
£300 to his son. From this bequest were founded the 'Coles' 
Scholarships and two Fellowships. Died Oct. 24, 1867. 
Father of Henry A. (1825). (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th Ser., 11. 
31; Clare Coll. Hist., 11. 638.) 

COLES, THOMAS RICH. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 24, 
181 1. Of Somerset. S. of William, gent., of Cannington, 
Bridgwater. School, Blundell's, Tiverton. Matric. Lent, 
1812; LL.B. 1819. In Holy Orders. Died Dec. 9, 1833, at 
Stapleton, Dorset. Father of Henry (1847). (Blundell's Sch. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1833, 11. 551.) 

COLES, THOMAS STIRLING. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
May 17, 1832. Of Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1832; Scholar, 
1833; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1840. Ord. deacon, 1838; priest 
(Chester) 1839; C of St Mary's, Edghill, 1841. P.C. of St 
George's, Manchester, 1843-9. C. of Hougham, Lines., 
1850-3. C. of Stowmarket, Suffolk, c. 1860-5. C. of Hale, 
Surrey, 1870-2. C. of Chobham, 1872-81. Author, Sermon. 
Died May 13, 1893, aged 79, at Chobham, Surrey. Perhaps 
brother of George (1817). (The Guardian, May 24, 1S93.) 



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Coles, William Cornish 

COLES, WILLIAM CORNISH. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magda- 
lene, Jan. 3, 18,-0. [3rd s. of William Gale, Esq., of Cleve 
Wood, Downend, Bristol. B. Sept. 20, 1855.] School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Lent, 1S76. Died Mar. 5 (? 6), 1876, 
aged 20, at Cambndge. Brother of Hugh T. (1875). {Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; Burke, Family Records; C. R. Hudleston.) 

COLEY, RICHARD MALLET. Adm. pens, at Caius, 1S32. S. 
and h. of Richard Warren, Esq., of Cheltenham, Gloucs. 
Migiated to Oxford; matric. (Queen's College) Oct. r7, 1832, 
age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1839; M.B. (Oxford) 1840. {Venn, II. 
220; Al. Oxon.) 

COLGATE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. 
S. of Henrv, of Kent Lodge, Eastbourne, Sussex. B. Mar. 3, 
1881, at Eastbourne. School, Winchester. Matric Michs. 
1901. In the motor business. Served in the Great War 
(R.N.V.R., armoured cars; Capt., M.G.C.). Killed July 12, 
1916, at Manretz Wood. [Winchester Coll. Reg.) 

COLGROVE, JOHN BRISE. Adm. pens, (age 25) at Pembroke, 
Sept. 25, 1865. S. and h. of John, farmer, of Swanbourae, 
Winslow, Bucks. B. there June 1, 1840. Matric. Michs. 1865; 
Scholar; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Assistant Master at Rossall 
School, 1869-75. Head Master of Loughborough Grammar 
School, 1875-93. F.R.A.S. A member of the Alpine Club. 
Died June n, 1931, aged 91, at Loughborough. [Alpine 
Club Reg.; The Times, June 13, r93l.) 

COLING, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 1846. S. 
of Richard, gent., of St John's Terrace, Banbury. [B. 
Mar. 15, 1S19, at Banbury, Oxon.] Matric. Lent, 1847; B.A. 
1851. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest (Lichfield) 1851; C. of 
Wolverhampton, 1850. P.C. of Stockingford, Warws., 1853- 
8. R. of Chillenden, Kent, 1867-8. R. of Stow Maries, 
Essex, 1868-88. Died Feb. 1888. (Crockford; Eagle, xv.) 

COLING, RICHARD JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1862. S. of James, linen-draper [and Sarah D'Oyley]. B. at 
Chipping Norton, Oxon. [Bapt. July 10, 1844.] School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1S67; M.A. 1873. 
Ord. deacon, 1868; priest (Winchester) 1869; C. of Maiden 
•Hid Chessington, Surrey, 1868-9. R- of Chillenden, Kent, 
1869-88. R. of Stowe Maries, Essex, 1888-1908. Not in 
Crochford, 1909. 

COLLARD, JOHN CLEMENTI. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 
1S92. S. of John Clementi [pianoforte manufacturer], of 80, 
Addison Road, Kensington, London. B. July 21, 1874, at 
Edinburgh. Schools, St Paul's and Marlborough. Matrii 
Michs. 1892. Civil engineer. Of Lea Green, Upper Sapey, 
Worcs. (G. B. Routledge.) 

COLLARD, JOHN MARSHALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 6, 1863. S. of John Marshall, clerk. B. July 16, 1844, 
at Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871, 
Rowing 'blue,' 1867. Ord. deacon, 1870: priest (Worcester) 
1871; C. of Newbold-on-Avon, 1870-1. V. of Highmore, 
Oxon., 1871-7. C. of St Stephen's, Bournemouth, 1890-4. 
V. of Christ Church, Dorchester, 1894-1917. Chaplain to 
the Forces, 1894; to Dorchester Prison, 1910-17. Rural 
Dean of Dorchester, 1912-17- Preb. of Salisbury, 1913-17. 
Married and had issue. Died May 25, 1917, at Dorchester. 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

COLLCUTT, ARTHUR MAURICE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1887. S. of Thomas Edward, architect. B. Mar. 30, 1869, at 
Hammersmith, Middlesex. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; Scholar, 18S9-90; B.A. 1890; M.A., M.B. and 
B.C. 1S94. At St Thomas's Hospital, London. House 
Physician. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. House Surgeon at 
Poplar Hospital for Accidents. Medical Officer at St Mary's 
Home, Brighton. In practice at Brighton. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C, 2nd Eastern General Hospital). 
Died Mar. I, 1933, at Brighton. (IVira, 11. 489; Record of 
Old Westminsters; Medical Directory; The Times, Mar. 3, 
I933-) 

COLLES, WILLIAM MORRIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 
30, 1873. S. and h. of William Morris, D.D., V. of Melton 
Mowbray, Leics. B. Nov. 23, 1855. School, Oakham. 
Matric. Lent, 1874; B.A. 1877. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
May I, 1877. Called to the Bar, 1880. On the Midland 
Circuit. Took up journalism ; leader writer on the staff of the 
Standard during Mudford's editorship. Founder and Manag- 
ing Director of the Author's Syndicate, 1890. Member of the 
Council of the Society of Authors, 1890, and of the Copyright 
Association. F.R.G.S., F.G.S. Married and had issue. 
Author (joint), Playwright and Copyright in all Nations; 
Success in Literature (in collaboration with Henry Cresswell). 
Died Oct. 11, 1926, at The Grange, Slindon, Sussex. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; The Times, Oct. 14, 1926.) 

COLLET, AUGUSTUS HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil, from Hum- 
phrey H. Lent, 1861. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, June, 1862. 
S and h. of Henry James, M.D., of Worthing, Sussex. B. 
there. B.A. 1S65; At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.S.A., 



Collett, Henry Pyemont 

1869. Practised at Worthing. Surgeon of the Worthing 
Hospital, 1 869-1909. Died Mar. 29, 1909, aged 64, at Ashursl 
Lodge, Worthing. (The Times, Mar. 30, 1909.) 
COLLET, MARK CUBBON HUMPHRYS. Adm. (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, 1S85. S. of J., Esq., of Bromley [for whom 
see Burke, P. and B., sub Collet, Bart.]. School, Sherborne 
(Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar, 1888; B.A. 
188S; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Durham) 1891; 
C. of St John's, Sunderland, 1S90-2. C. of West Hartlepool, 
1892-1901. V. of St Hilda's, Sunderland, 1901-9. V. of 
Milford-on-Sea, Hants., 1909-19. V. of Frensham, Surrey, 
igig-36. Rural Dean of Farnham, 1923-36. Hon. Canon of 
Guildford, 1936. Died suddenly Oct. 19, 1936, aged 69. 
Buried at Frensham. (Crockford; The Times, Oct. 24, 1936.) 

COLLET, MARK EDLMANN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 
1882. S. of Mark Wilks [created Bart., 1S88], of St Clere, 
Kemsing, Kent, Governor of the Bank of England. B. Jan. 
1-', 1K64, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 29, T884; no 
call. Of St Clere, Kemsing, Kent. J. P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff. 1913. County Councillor, 1913. Alderman, 1925-6. 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., Apr. 25, 1905. Latterly 
of Le Bocage, Hyeres, France. Twice married and had issue. 
(Burke, P. and B., 1936; R. L. Lloyd.) 

COLLET, ROBERT STRATFORD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at 
Trinity, June 6, 1789. S. of Robert Stratford, of Wendover, 
Bucks. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1790; B.A. 
i,-'i|. 

COLLETT. ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 3, 
1854. S. of Anthony [of Bury St Edmunds]. "B. at Ubbeston, 
Suffolk. School, Bury (Dr Donaldson). Matric. Michs. 
1854; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1869. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1859; priest, i860; C. of St Mary's, Dover, 1859-74. C. of 
Hastingleigh, Kent, 1784-80. R. of Hastingleigh with 
Elmsted, 1880-05. V. of Bredhurst, 1895-1906. Resided 
latterly at Barton Fields, Canterbury. Died there Dec. 10, 
T924, aged 89. (Suffolk Man. Fam., 11. 362; Crockford; The 
Times, Dec. 13, 1924.) 

COLLETT, ARTHUR PRESTON. Adm. scholar at Queens', 
Michs. 1899. S. of Charles [E.I.C.S., Puisne Judge of the 
High Court, Madras]. B. Sept. 10, 1880, at Torquay, Devon. 
School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1899. Entered the 
I.C.S., 1903. Served in the United Provinces as Magistrate 
and Collector. Deputy Commissioner, 191 1. Joint Magistrate, 
1914. Private Secretary to the Lieut. -Governor, 1915. On 
military service, 19T6-19. Magistrate and Collector, 1920. 
Opium Agent and Commissioner of Income Tax, United 
Provinces, 1928-32; retired. Of The Lodge, Hollesly, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk. (India Office List, 1937.) 

COLLETT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 
1894. Of Kent. S. of Thomas Trusson, gent, [of Ringleton, 
Kent]. [B. Oct. 20, 1875. Bapt. Nov. 25, 1875, at Wood- 
nesborough, Kent.] School, Sutton Valence Grammar. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Died 1903. Brother of 
Thomas (1886) and William G. (18SS). (Suffolk Man. Fam., 
11. 361.) 

COLLETT, CORNELIUS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 
1878. Of Canterbury. IS. of George, of Walter's Hall, Monk- 
ton, Ramsgate, Kent. B.Dec. 26, 1857, at Monkton.] School, 
Ewell. Matric. Michs. r878. Married Edith Solly. (Suffolk 
Man. Fam., 11. 361.) 
COLLETT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, May 26, 
1862. [2nd s. of Thomas, of Ringleton, Woodnesborough, 
Kent. B. 1S44.] Matric. Michs. 186;; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. 
Ord. deacon, 1S74; priest (Worcester) 1875; C. of Lozells, 
Birmingham, 1874-6. C. of Redhill, 1876-8. C. of Peckham, 
1878-84; V. there, 1S84-92. V. of Basildon, Berks., 1892- 
1910. Resided latterly at Dane Park House. Ramsgate. 
Died there May 8, 1918, aged 74. (Crockford; Suffolk Man. 
Fam., II. 361 ; Scott, MSS.) 
COLLETT, GILBERT FARADAY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1898. 2nd s. of John Martin, of Guy's Cliff, Wolton, Glou- 
cester [later of Wynstone Place, near Gloucester]. B. July 
19, 1879, at Gloucester. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1905. Football (rugby) 
'blue,' 1898. Managing Director of J. M. Collett and Co., 
Ltd., Gloucester. Served in the Great War, 1914-18 (Lieut. - 
Col., Gloucs. Regt.; mentioned in despatches three times; 
D.S.O.. 1918). Married and had issue. Of Battledown Gates, 
Cheltenham. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Wlio's Who, r939.) 
COLLETT, HENRY PYEMONT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
July 4, 1850. 3rd s. of W. (? Woodthorpe), clerk, of Hasketon, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk. Matric. Lent, 1851; Scholar, 1851; 
B.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1S59; pnest (Norwich) 1861; C. of 
Kesgrave, Suffolk, 1S59-62. "P.C. of Fordham, 1863-7. V. 
of Islington, Norfolk, 1867-74. V. of Ixworth, Suffolk, 1S76- 
8. Remained without cure, living at Dawlish. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1899. 



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COLLETT, HORACE CHAMBERS SPENCER. Adin. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, Dec. 14, 1S71. S. and h. of Henry Parker, 
Esq., of Yately Hall. Hants. Schools, Harrow and Malvern. 
Matric. Lent, 1872; B.A. 1875. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 1, 1875, age 21, as 'of Trinity Hall, and of 15, Lans- 
downe Crescent, Leamington.' 

COLLETT, JOHN. Adm. pens, {age 17) at Trinity, July 5, 
1756. S. of William, of Woodbridge, Suffolk. School, Bury 
(Mr Garnham). Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar, i7$7; B.A. 
1761. Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct. 28, 1762. 

COLLETT. KENRICK WILLIAM. B.A. 1834, incorp. from 
Oxford. See Al. Oxon. for his record. 

COLLETT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 4, 
179S. S. of Robert, of London. B. 17S2. School, Fulham, 
London (Mr Owen). Matric. Michs. 1799; Scholar, 1S00; 
B.A. 1S03; M.A. 1806. R. of Westerham, Kent, till 1838. 
Married Frances Meyler, dau. of Henry Smith, Esq., of 
Camberwell, Surrey, Oct. 27. 1809. Died July 22, 1838, at 
Brighton. (G. Mag,, 1809; 1838, 11. 224; Suffolk Man. Fam., 
11.) 

COLLETT, THOMAS. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1886; re-adm. 
Jan. 17, 1891. S. and h. of Thomas Trusson, of Ringleton, 
Kent. B. 1867. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. 
Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Exeter) 1895; C. of St Jude's, 
Plymouth, 1894-9. V. of St Mary's, Doncaster, 1899-1909. 
V. of Scotby, Cumberland, 1909-13. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 3, 1913, aged 46, at Eastbourne. Buried at 
Scotby. Brother of Charles (1894), etc. {Crockford; Scott, 
MSSj 

COLLETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Nov. 18, 
1814. S. of William [R. of Swanton Morley, Norfolk; died 
Sept. 20, 1825, aged 69; G. Mag., 1825, n, where he is con- 
fused with his son]. B. Aug. 17, 1796, at Swanton Morley. 
Schools, North Walsham (Mr Lloyd), Hingham (Mr Browne) 
and Fransham (Mr Swatman). Matric. Michs. 1815. Migrated 
to Sidney, Feb. 23, 1816; Scholar; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1825. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 12, 1S19; priest, Oct. 15, 1820; 
V. (and patron) of SurUngham St Saviour with St Mary, 
Norfolk, 1821-36. P.C. of St Mary's, Thetford, 1828-62. R. 
of Bressingham, 1836-41. Chaplain of Morden College, 
Blackheath, Kent, 1862-5. Married (1) Phillis Preston, dau. 
of F. R. Reynolds, of Gt Yarmouth; (2) Ellen, dau. of 
Leonard Shelford Bidwell, Esq., 1835 [for their son, Sir 
Henry Collett, I.C.S., see D.N.B.). Died Sept. 11, 1S65, aged 
69, at Whitby. Father of William R. (1841). (Carthevv, 
Launditch, in. 412; Suffolk Man. Fam., 11. 362; H. Drake, 
Blackheath, 127; G. Mag., 1865, 11. 525.) 

COLLETT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 
183S. Of Suffolk. S. of Charles, of Walton, Ipswich. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; B.A. 1843. Ord. deacon, 1842; priest (Norwich) 
1843; C. of Belstead, Suffolk, 1842-4. C. of Chellesworth, 
in 1847. Chaplain to the Duke of Cambridge, 1847-82. 
C. of Stanningneld, 1849-52. R. of Hawstead, 1852-82. 
Married (1) May Cecil Augusta, dau. of the late Count 
Linsingen, of Ipswich, at Walton, Suffolk, Aug. 29, 1843; 
(2) Charlotte Stowiczek. Died Feb. 1, 1882, aged 83. (7\ A. 
Walker, 463; Suffolk Man. Fam., n. 362; The Guardian, 
Feb. 8, 1882.) 

COLLETT, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1888. Of Middlesex. 3rd s. of Thomas 
Trusson, of Ringleton, Kent. B. June 2, 1869, at Upper 
Clapton. School, Sutton Valence. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 
189 1 ; M.A. 1895. Assistant Master at Oxford Military 
College, c. 1892-7; at Wellington College, 1897-1929. Served 
in the Great War (Major, Rifle Brigade). Brother of Thomas 
{1886), etc. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1908; Univ. War List) 
Wellington Coll. Reg.) 

COLLETT, WILLIAM REYNOLDS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius, Mar. 25, 1841. S. of William (1814), P.C. of St Mary's, 
Thetford. B. at Bramerton, Norfolk. School, Yarmouth 
Proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1842-4; B.A. 
(13th Wrangler) 1845; M.A. 1848. Fellow, 1845-57. Dean, 
1855. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1846; priest, 1849. R. of Hethersett 
with Canteloff, Norfolk, 1856-1902. Rural Dean of Humble- 
yard, 1879-97. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1892-1902. Rebuilt 
the chancel of Hethersett Church in memory of his wife. 
Author, List of early printed books in the College library; 
also an /n<fc?;t:. Died s.p. Oct. 11, 1902, at Hethersett. (Venn, 
11. 254; Caian, xn. 1; Suffolk Man. Fam., 11. 362.) 

COLLETT, WOODTHORPE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Mar. 27, 1817. Of Norfolk. S. of Woodthorpe [and grandson 
of Anthony, Lord of the Manor of Eyke, Suffolk]. Matric. 
Easter, 1817; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1827. Ord. deacon, 1821; 
priest (Lincoln) 1822. C. of Blaxhall and Head Master of 
Woodbridge Grammar School, Suffolk, 1836-41. Principal 
of King's College School, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, 
1842. R. of Normanton, Lines., 1843-54. P.C. of Brightwell 



Collier, Henry 

and of Kesgrave, Suffolk, 1S54-68. Not in Crockford, 1870. 
Perhaps father of Henry P. (1850). (Suffolk Man. Fam., 11. 
361; Clergy List, 1841.) 

COLLETT, WOODTHORPE SCHOLEFIELD. Adm. sizar at 
Clare, Apr. 2, 1846. Matric. Michs. 1846; Browue Medal; 
B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Fellow, 1851-1913. Ord. deacon, 
1S54; priest (Ely) 1855. Unbeneficed (Crockford, 1865). 
Lived latterly at Brighton. Died Jan. 26, 1913, aged 85, at 
Brighton. (The Times, Jan. 29, 1913.) 

COLLEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 20, 1826. S. 
of Mrs Colley, of St Julian's Friars, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1826; Scholar; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833. Ord. deacon, 
1831; priest (Lichfield) 1832, as James Belmont. P.C. of 
Coleham, Shrewsbury, 1837-62. V. of St Julian's, Shrews- 
bury, 1862-79. Author, theological. Died June 25, 1879, 
aged 71. (Shrewsbury Sch. Keg.) 

COLLEY, JOHN HERBERT. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 21, 1891. 
S. of Mrs Colley, of Sharrow Hurst, Sheffield. B. Aug. 1871. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 189 1; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1894. Of Oak Lea, Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield. 

COLLEY, WILLIAM WINGFIELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. 2nd s. of Henry Fitzgeorge, of Mount Temple, 
Clontarf, Dublin [and grandson of George Francis Pomeroy, 
who assumed the surname of Colley, in 1830]. B. Aug. 30, 
1868, at Lucan, Dublin. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest 
(Truro) 1893; C. of St Austell, Cornwall, 1892-5. C. of 
South Hackney, 1895-1904. C. of Harpenden, Herts., 1904- 
14. R. of Blisworth, Northants., 1914-28. Rural Dean of 
Preston, 1921-8. C. of Wadhurst, Sussex, 1928-30. R. of 
Hurst or Fawkenhurst, Kent, 1930. R. of Bonnington with 
Bilsington, 1930-9-. (Burke, P. and B., sub Harberton; 
Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLIER, ARTHUR. LL.D. 1758, incorp. from Oxford. Matric. 
from Trinity College, Oxford, Dec. 17, 1725, age 18. S. of 
Arthur of Langford, Wilts, cler. B.C.L., 1732; D.C.L., 1737 
(Al. Oxon.) 

COLLIER, CECIL MASSY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 1, 1S95. 
S. of Henry Nicholas (1S54), of the Vicarage, East Finchley, 
Middlesex. B. Aug. 24, 1876, in London. School, Aldenham 
(Mr Kennedy). Matric. Michs. 1S95; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1923. 
Assistant Master at Lydgate House School, Hunstanton, c. 
1909; director of an educational establishment there, c. 
1914-26-. A specialist in the cine of stammering. Of 
Brampton, Southborough, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, and of 
67, Eaton Square, London, S.W. J. P. for Kent. (Aldenham 
Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1909-1929; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1937.) 

COLLIER, (The Rev.) CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 14, 1822. Probably ord. deacon (Norwich) July 9, 1815 ; 
priest, Dec. 15, 1816. V. of Hambleton, Rutland, 1822-45. 
V. of Riby, Lines., 1822. 

COLLIER, EDWIN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 
12, 1881. S. of Edwin, earthenware dealer. B. July 13, 
1857, at Wigan, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1884; priest (York) 
1886; C. of Broughton, 1884-7. C. of Tintwistle, Cheshire, 
1887-95. V. of Dinting Vale, Derbs., 1895-1904. V. of St Peter's 
Birkdale, 1904-23. Resided latterly at Blundellsands. Died 
there Oct. 5, 1926, aged 69. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

COLLIER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, Aug. 27, 
1841. S. and h. of George, Esq., solicitor, of Kensington, 
Middlesex. B. in Calcutta. Schools, Abergavenny (Mr 
Rutherford) and Bridgnorth (Rev. Dr Rowley). Matric. 
Michs. 1842. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 5, 1853. 
Called to the Bar, 1856. Special Pleader. Attended the 
Surrey Sessions. In the Law List, 1897. (I'enn, 11. 256.) 

COLLIER, GEORGE BULLER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 
29, 1879. 3rd s. of William Frederick, of Woodtown, Horra- 
bridge, Devon. B. there Sept. 30, i860. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. A merchant at 
Plymouth; some time in Germany. Of Whimfield, South 
Brent, Devon. (Burke, Family Records; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

COLLIER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 28, 1869. 
S. of Henry, farmer. B. at Stapleford, Cambs. Bapt. June 6, 
1851. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1869; re- 
adm. Mar. 23, 1873, and again, Nov. 28, 1876. [Perhaps 
migrated to Corpus Christi, Nov. 22, 1879; see next.] Ord. 
deacon, 1883; priest (Lincoln) 1885; C. of Wildmore, Lines., 
1883-5. Held other curacies, 1886-1908. R. of Holdgate 
with Bouldon, Salop, 1909-25. Of 64, Langboro' Road, 
Wokingham, Berks. Died Mar. 8, 1933, aged 81, at Woking- 
ham. Brother of William {1874). (Crockford; Eagle.) 

COLLIER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Nov. 22, 
1879. Of Cambs. See the above. 



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COLLIER, HENRY NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 21, 
1854. S. and h. of Thomas. B. June 30, 1835, at Witney, 
Oxon. Schools, Wesleyan, Taunton and Spring Hill, Bir- 
mingham. Matric. Lent, 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Carlisle) 1859; priest (Carlisle) i860; C. of Kendal, 
1859-62. C. of Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London, 1862-8, 
C. of St Marylebone, 1868-70. Chaplain to Marylebone 
cemetery, Finchley, 1870. V. of Holy Trinity, East Finchley, 
Middlesex, 1870-1911; resigned. Commissary to the Bishop 
of North Queensland, 1878-1903; to the Bishop of New 
South Wales, 1891-1906. Resided latterly at Southborough, 
Tunbridge Wells. Died there Dec. 19, 1918, aged S6. Brother 
of Thomas G. (1864) and father of Cecil M. (1895). (Peile, 11. 
538; Hennessy; Crockford.) 
COLLIER, HERBERT AUGUSTINE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, May 19, 1856. S. of Thomas, surgeon, of Towcester. 
B. there. Schools, Wot ton-under- Edge and Wingrave, 
Aylesbury (Rev. J. M. Butt). Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) i860; priest, 1861; C. of Car- 
rington, Lines., 1860-2. C. of Long Sutton, Lines., 1862-4. 
C.of Bladon, Oxon., 1865-76. C. of Friern Barnet, Middlesex, 
1877-82. R. of Stonesfield, Oxon., 1882-1909. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1910. (Venn, 11. 331.) 
COLLIER, JAMES. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Corpus Christi, Julv 1, 

1786. Of Fife. 
COLLIER, JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 9, 1848. S. of Charles [M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S.; died 
May 6, 1870], of Fitzroy Square, London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, Apr. 15, 1853, as 's. of Charles, M.D., of 20, 
Fitzroy Square, London.' Called to the Bar, 1856. Died 
Dec. 6, 1S58, aged 28, at Torquay. (G. Mag., 1859, 1. 105.) 
COLLIER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 2, 1863. S. 
and h. of Sir Robert Porrett (1S35), of 7, Chelsea Embank- 
ment, London. B. Mar. 26, 1845, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; (Law Trip., 1st Class, 1866); LL.B. 
1867. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 19, 1864. Called to 
the Bar, 1869. Conveyancing Counsel to the Treasury and 
Official Examiner to the High Court of Justice, 1884-6. 
Succeeded his father as 2nd Baron Monkswell, Oct. 27, 1886. 
Lord -in -waiting to Queen Victoria, 1892-5. Under Secretary 
of State for War in Lord Rosebery's Government, 1895. 
Chairman of the Royal Commission on the Health and 
Safety of Miners, 1906. A prominent member of the London 
County Council, 1889-1907; Vice-Chairman, 1902-3; Chair- 
man, 1903. During his term of office, Marble Hill, Twicken- 
ham, was opened to the public. President of the Congo 
Reform Association. Of Monkswell House, Chelsea Embank- 
ment. J. P. and D.L. for Middlesex. Died Dec. 22, 1909, 
aged 64, at Monkswell House. Father of the next. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.; The Times, Dec. 23, 1909.) 
COLLIER, The Hon. ROBERT ALFRED HARDCASTLE. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1894. S. and h. of Robert (above), 
Baron Monkswell, of 7, Chelsea Embankment, London. B. 
Dec. 3, 1875, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1894. 
Entered the Diplomatic Service; Attache, 1900; Secretary. 
1902-5. Clerk in the Foreign Office, 1905-10. Succeeded 
his father as 3rd Bart., Dec. 22, 1909. Of Monkswell, Devon. 
Served in the Great War (2nd Lieut., 63rd Brigade, R.F.A.). 
Twice married and had issue. Author, The Railways of 
Gt. Britain; French Railways.. Of 28 Ashburn Place, London, 
S.W. (Burke, P. and B., sub Monkswell; Who's Who, 1939.) 
COLLIER, ROBERT PORRETT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July S, 
1835. S. and h. of John, Esq., of Plymouth, M.P. B. June 
21, 1817. School, Plymouth Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1836; 
B.A. 1843. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 4, 1838. Called 
to the Bar, 1843. Bencher, 1854. Q.C., 1S54. Recorder of 
Penzance, 1848-56. M.P. for Plymouth, 1852-71. Judge 
Advocate of the Fleet and Counsel to the Admiralty, 1859-63. 
Solicitor-General, 1863-6. Attorney-General, 1868-71. Re- 
corder of Bristol, 1870. Justice of the Court of C.P., 1871. 
Judge of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, 1871- 
86. Knighted, 1863. P.C., 1871. Created Baron Monkswell, 
July 1, 1885. Married Isabella Rose, dau. of William Rose 
Rose, of Wolston Heath, Warws., Apr. 14, 1844. An accom- 
plished artist; exhibited at the Royal Academy (chiefly 
Alpine scenery). A member of the Alpine Club. Author, 
legal. Died Oct. 27, 1886. Father of Robert (1863). (Burke, 
P. and B., sub Monkswell; Inner Temple Benchers.) 
COLLIER, STANLEY GORDON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 17, 1882. S. of Samuel Bagshaw, of Douglas, Isle of 
Man. [B. Dec. 20, 1861.] School, King William's College, 
Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 1882; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1885; 
M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Worcester) 1887; C. 
of Claines, Worcs., 1886-9. C. of Balsall Heath, Birmingham, 
1889-93. Chaplain of the Central Hospital, Birmingham, 
1893-7. P.C. of St Edward's, Birmingham, 1896-8. V. of 
Burlington, Heref., 1898-1901. V. of Knowbury, Salop, 
1902-6. V. of Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warws., 1906-39-. 
Rural Dean of Baginton, 1915-20; of Dunchurch, 1920-2 and 
1924-33. {King William's Coll Reg , (rock ford, 1939.) 

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COLLIER, THOMAS GREY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 3, 1864. Of Devon. S. of Thomas, of Heathfield, 
Sussex [and Elizabeth, dau. of Nicholas Hellings, comp- 
troller of Customs, of FalmouthJ. B. May 12, 1844. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; Scholar, 1865; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1872. Ord. 
deacon (Oxford) 1868; priest (Winchester) 1870; Chaplain of 
St Paul's School and C. of Stony Stratford, 1868-70. Held 
other curacies, 1870-80. V. of Dovercourt, Essex, 1S80-1923. 
Rural Dean of Harwich, 1904-17. Hon. Canon of Chelms- 
ford, 1921-8. Married and had issue. Lived latterly at St 
Michael's Clergy House, London, S.E. Author, theological. 
Died May 13, 1938, aged 89, at Camberwell. Brother of 
Henry N. {1854). [Vis, of England and Wales, m; The Times, 
May 16, 1933.} 

COLLIER, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1887. 
S. of Edwin, gent., of Ainsdale, Southport, Lanes. B. 
Sept. 9, 1864, at Wigan. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; 
M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Ripon) 1892; C. of 
Skipton-in-Craven, Yorks., 1891-5. C. of St Chrysostora, 
Manchester, 1895-6. C. of Altrincham, 1896-8. C. of 
Timperley, 1898-1903. C. of Hoylake, 1903-5. Died sud- 
denly Jan. 5, 1905. {Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

COLLIER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Mar. 29, 
1758. S. of Edmund, of London. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Easter, 1758; Scholar, 1759; B.A. (5th Wrangler) 
1762; M.A. 1765; B.D. 1789. Fellow, 1763. Heli various 
College offices. Regius Professor of Hebrew, 1771-90. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 22, 1761. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 
26, 1769. Founder's Day Preacher at Charterhouse, 1778. 
V. of Shudy Camps, Cambs., 1790-2. R. of Orwell, 1791- 
1803. Gunning speaks of him as 'an admirable classic and 
particularly well versed in modem languages, at that time a 
very rare accomplishment in the University'; he also tells a 
story proving him to have been *a notorious gourmand.' 
Author, Poems on various occasions with Translations from 
Authors in different languages. Died Aug. 7, 1803, aged 60, 
at Newington, Surrey. (Gunning, Reminiscences, 11. 119; G. 
Mag., 1803, 11. 794.) 

COLLIER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1874. 
S. of Henry, Esq. B. 1856, at Stapleford, Cambs. School, 
Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. and M.B. 
1881; M.D. 1885. M.A. (Oxford) 1887. Athletics 'blue,' 
1875, 1876, 1877; rode in the 50-mile bicycle race for the 
University, 1876. At King's College Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., L.S.A., 1880. F.R.C.P. (London) 1892. House 
Physician and Pathologist at the Wolverhampton General 
Hospital. Hon. Physician to the Radcliffe Infirmary, 
Oxford. Lichfield Lecturer on Clinical Medicine at Oxford; 
later Vice-President and Consulting Physician to the Rad- 
cliffe Infirmary. President of the British Medical Association, 
1904. During the Great War, Lieut. -Col., R.A.M.C., Con- 
sulting Physician to the Southern Command. Married and 
had issue. Of 48, Woodstock Road, Oxford. Author, medical. 
Died Dec. 21, 1935, aged 79, at Oxford. Brother of Henry 
(1869). (The Times, Dec. 23, 1935; Sherborne Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directory; Who's Who, 1936.) 

COLLIER, WILLIAM ATHERTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1879. S. of [William], deceased. B. Nov. 7, 1858, at Brough- 
ton, Manchester. School, Southport. Matric. Michs. 1879. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 10, 1880, as 's. and h. of 
William, merchant, of Manchester'; no call. (Venn, 11. 441.) 

COLLIN, EDWARD WOODFIELD. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Oct. 10, 1874. 4th s. of John (1824), V. of 
Rickling, Essex. B. Sept. 8, 1855. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B.A. 1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 20, 1876. 
Entered the I.C.S., 1876. Served in Bengal as Magistrate 
and Collector. Director of Land Records, Bengal, 1888. 
Secretary to the Revenue Board, 1900. A member of the 
Bengal Legislative Council, 1902, and Board of Revenue, 
1904. Commissioner; retired, 1913. Of 2, Onslow Houses, 
South Kensington, S.W. Brother of Spencer C. (1870), etc. 
(King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; India Office List, 1937.) 

COLLIN, JOHN. Adm. at Christ's, June 30, 1794. Matric. 
Michs. 1794; Scholar, 1795; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1801. Ord. 
deacon (London) Dec. 30, 1798; priest, Aug. 9, 1801; R. of 
Quendon, Essex, 1802-61. Married Anne, dau. of Edmund 
Fisher, V. of Linton, Cambs., Apr. 10, 1804. Died Nov. 18, 
1861, aged 86, at Quendon. Father of the next. (Peile, 11. 
339; G. Mag., 1861, 11. 691.) 

COLLIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 4, 1824. Of 
Essex. S. of John (above), R. of Quendon, Essex. B. Mav 5, 
1806. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; 
M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 20, 1829; priest, 
June 5, 1831; C. of Rickling, Essex; V. there, 1834-7. R. of 
Hevdon, 1844-51. Died Feb. 17, 1887. Father of Edward W. 
(1874), Spencer C. (1870) and the next. (Felsted Sch. Reg.) 



Collin, John 

COLLIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 4, 1864. [S. 
of John (above), V. of Rickling, Essex.] Matric. Michs. 1865 ; 
Scholar, 1868: B.A. 1S69; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon, 1873; 
priest (York) 1874; C. of Middlesbrough, 1873-8. V. of Gt 
Avion, Yorks., 1878-S3. V. of Nunthorpe, 1879-83. V. of 
Whaplode, Lines., 1883-97. R. of Thruxton, 1897-1919. 
Died June 28, 1924, aged 77, at Greenstead Green, Halstead, 
Essex. Brother of Edward W. (1874), etc. (Crockford; The 
Times, June 30, 1924.) 

COLLIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14! 1884. S. 
of William, merchant [and Anne Garrett]. B. Oct. 10, 1866, 
at Cambridge. School, Perse, Cambridge (J. B. Allen, M.A.). 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1S87; M.A. 1891. Solicitor; 
Messrs Francis and Co., of Peas Hill, Cambridge. Married 
and had issue. Resident at Gazeley, Trumpington, Cam- 
bridge, in 1939. 

COLLIN, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 13, 1853. S. 
of Joseph, Esq., of Chickney Hall, Essex. B. there Jan. 29, 
1S13. School, Felsted. Previously at Guy's Hospital, 
London. Practised as a doctor at Romford, Essex; retired, 
owing to failing health, 1850. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest 
(Rochester) 1856; C. of Bodmin, 1853-6. R. of Strethall, 
Essex, 1856-95. Resided at Elmdon, Saffron Walden, 1895- 
1900. Died Apr. 30, 1900. {Felsted Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

COLLIN, SPENCER COMPTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 20, 1870. 2nd s. of John (1824), clerk. B. Aug. 1, 
1852. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; 
M.A. 1879. Solicitor; of Messrs Crossman and Pritchard, 16, 
Theobald's Road, Gray's Inn, London, W.C. Died Nov. 25, 
1923, aged 71, at Brighton. Brother of Edward W. (1874), 
etc. (Winchester Coll. Reg.; The Times, Nov. 27, 1923.) 

COLLIN, TURNER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 1870. S. 
of Joseph Thomas, of Wendens Ambo, Essex. B. Aug. 7, 
1852, at Saffron Walden, Essex. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1877. Football (rugby) 'blue,' 
1872. Solicitor; of Saffron Walden. Died Apr. 3, 1931, aged 
79, at Mutlow Hall, Wendens Ambo. 

COLLING. JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 30, 1865. 
S. of John, gent. B. Dec. 29, 1845, at Hurworth, Durham. 
School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 1866; B.A. 
1869; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Durham) 1870; priest, 1871; 
C. of Seaham Harbour, 1870-4; V. there 1874-1923. Hon. 
Canon of Durham, 1916-29. Resided latterly at The Hall, 
Crayke, Y"orks. Died Oct. 17, 1929, aged 83. (Peile, 11. 591; 
The Times, Oct. 19, 1929.) 

COLLING, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 3, 1863. S. 
of John [and Eliza, dau. of Ambrose Weston, Esq.]. B. 
June 28, 1844, at Hurworth, Durham. School, Durham (Dr 
Holden). Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. Of Hurworth-on- 
Tees, Darlington; succeeded his uncle's widow, 1890. Married 
and had issue. (Walford, Co. Fam., ed. 1920.) 

COLLINGHAM, DAVID HORACE. Adm. at Kino's, Oct. I, 
1897. S. of Joseph Mawer, of Lincoln. School, Leys, Cam- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1897; Prizeman; B.A. 1900; M.A. 
1908. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1904. L.R.C.P., 
1906. Studied Swedish Gymnastics and Massage at Stock- 
holm. Served in the Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C.; mentioned 
in despatches). Director of Messrs Mawer and Collingham, 
Ltd., Lincoln. Of The Old Hall, Corringham, Gainsborough. 
(King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

COLLINGRIDGE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Apr. 25, 1822. S. of Samuel. B. Apr. 7, 1806, in London. 
[Bapt. at St Pancras, May 17, 1806.] Matric. Michs. 1822; 
B.A. 1827. Entered the East India Co.'s Service as a cadet, 
1827. (Q. Rennie.) 

COLLINGRIDGE. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 7, 
1875. S. of William Hill, of the City Press, London [founder 
and editor]. B. Apr. 24, 1854, at Islington, London. School, 
Clewer House, Windsor, and at St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. and M.B. 1879; M.A. 1882; M.D. 
1883; LL.M. 1884; D.P.H. At St Bartholomew's Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., 1877. Medical Officer of Health, Port of London, 
1880-1901; for the City of London, 1901-13; responsible for 
many sanitary reforms in the City. Delegate of the Univer- 
sity at the International Congress of Hygiene, Paris, 1900. 
Examiner in State Medicine for the Universities of Cam- 
bridge and London. Milroy Lecturer at the Royal College of 
Physicians, 1897. Vice-President of the Life-Saving Society. 
Knight of Grace of the Order of St John-of- Jerusalem, in 
England. Surgeon Lieut. -Col. of the Militia Medical Staff 
Corps. Served in the Great War (Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C). 
Called to the Bar at Gray's Inn, 1914. Author, hygienic. 
Living at Backshaws, Ifield, Sussex, in 1911. Died Apr. 29, 
1927, at Pennington, Hants. (Peile, 11. 646; The Times, May 
2, 1927; Medical Directory.) 

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Collins, Arthur Groden Capel 

COLLINGS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 3, 
1866. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1S71; M.A. 
1874. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1870; priest (Winchestei I 
C. of Bowdon, Cheshire, 1870-2. C. of Camden Chapel, 
Camberwell, 1872-4. V. of St Michael's, Southgate, 1874-85. 
V. of Lostwithiel, Cornwall, 1886-9. Missionary Chaplain to 
the Bishop of Bedford, 1889-95. Chaplain at St Remo, 
1895-9; at Cannes, 1900-3. Hon. Secretary of the Win- 
Chester Diocesan Board of Missions, 1904-13. Died Apr. 24, 
1914, at Bordighera, Italy. (Hennessy; The Times, Apr. 28, 
1914.) 

COLLINGS, HENRY HYATT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 17, 
1856. S. of Daniel Harson, of Clifton, near Bristol. B. Feb. 7, 
1839, at Henbury, Clones. School, Eton. Matric. Mi< h-. 
1858; B.A. 1862. Rowing 'blue,' 1861, 1862. Capt., 4th 
Hussars. Died May 9, 1902. [Cent. Hist. Univ. Boat Race.) 

COLLINGS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 12, 1757. B. in 
London. Matric. Easter, 1757; B.A. 1761. Ord. priest (York) 
May 29, 1763. One of these names V. of Drypool, Hull, died 
May 4, 1809, aged 64, at Huggate. (G. Mag., 1809.) 

COLLINGS, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, June 12, 1844. S. and h. of Thomas. B. 1823, in 
Guernsey. School, Elizabeth College, Guernsey (Mr Davies). 
Matric. "Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon 
(Sarum) 1852; priest (Bath and Wells) 1853; C. of Wells, 
Somerset, 1852-3. In Clergy List without cure, 1858. 
F.G.S., F.R.S.A. (Copenhagen). Seigneur of Sark. Colonel 
of the Sark militia. Married and had issue. Died 1882, aged 
60; ' Rev. William Thomas Ceilings, M.A.' (Burke, L.G., ed. 
1862; Index Obit. Notices, 1882.) 

COLLINGWOOD, BERTRAM JAMES. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 
1890. S. of Charles Edward Stuart, R. of Southwick, 
Sunderland. B. there Dec. 28, 1871. School, Sunderland 
High (Mr Hagger). Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.B. and 
B.C. 1900; M.D. 1906. At St Mary's Hospital, London. 
Rogers Prize. University of London, 1905. Professor of 
Physiology, National University, Dublin, 1909. Assistant 
Master at St Gerard's School. Bray, Co. Wicklow; Head 
Master there. Served in the Great War (Major R.A.M.C; 
O.B.E.). Died Aug. 9, 1934. (Venn, n. 512; Univ. War 
List, 1914-18.) 

COLLINGWOOD, CUTHBERT. M.A. 1863; incorp. from Oxford. 
5th s. of Samuel, gent., of Greenwich, Kent. Matric. (Christ 
Church, Oxford) Apr. 8, 1845, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1849; 
M.A. 1852; M.B. 1854. (Al. Oxon.) 

COLLINGWOOD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Em- 
manuel, May 4, 1752. S. and h. of Edward, Esq. B. at 
Chirton, Northumberland. School, Houghton-le-Spring (Mr 
Griffith). Matric. Easter, 1752. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 19, 1756; no call. Probably previously adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, Apr. 28, 1755, as 'Edward C, the younger, of 
Chirton, Northumberland; a member of Furnival's Inn, 
Esq.' 

COLLINGWOOD, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 17, 1833. S. and h. of John, of Chirton House, New- 
castle-on-Tyne. B. there Feb. 4, 1815. School, Richmond 
(Rev. Ja. Tate). Matric. Michs. 1833. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Apr. 14, 1836. Called to the Bar. 1841. Of Chirton and 
Lilburn Tower, Northumberland. J. P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff, 1843. Purchased Lilburn Tower in 1842. Married 
Anna, dau. of Arthur Burdett, of Ballymany, Co. Kildare, 
Aug. 23, 1842. Died Feb. 20, 1895. (Peile, 11. 447; Burke, 
L.G.) 

COLLINGWOOD ur NEWNHAM COLLINGWOOD, GEORGE 
LEWES, see NEWNHAM. 

COLLINS, ARTHUR ERNEST. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 4. 
1890. 7th s. of Samuel, of 204, Brockley Road, London. B. 
June 11, 1871, at Salisbury, Wilts. School, City of London 
(Mr Abbott). Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1891 ; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1893; M.A. 1899. Clerk in the Colonial 
Office, 1894. Private Secretary to Sir E. Wingfield, Under 
Secretary for State, 1897. Secretary to Mr Chamberlain. 
Secretary of State, 1898. First class clerk, 1898; Principal 
clerk, 1907. Secretary to the Straits Settlement Currency 
Committee, 1902-3. Head of the West Indian Department, 
1907-9; of the Eastern Department, 1909-19; of the Fax 
Eastern Department, 1920. C.M.G., 1911. A member of the 
West African Currency Board in London. Died Feb. 5, 1926, 
.it .-. Belsize Park, London. (The Times, Feb. 26, 1926; 
Who was Who.) 

COLLINS, ARTHUR GRODEN CAPEL. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1898. S. of Sir Arthur, of the High Court of Judicature, 
Madras, India. School, Downside College, Bath. Matric. 
Michs. 1898. 



Collins, Bryan Bury 

COLLINS (post BURY), BRYAN BURY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at 
St John's, Feb. 8, 1771. S. of John, painter, deceased [and 
Elizabeth Jane Bury]. B. at St Michael's, Stamford, Lines. 
Matric. Michs. 1771; Scholar, i775i B.A. 1776; M.A. 1780. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 3, 1776; C. of Rauceby and 
Cranwell, Lines. At first refused by several bishops for 
priest's orders owing to his 'field preaching' in the cause of 
the Wesleys; subsequently ord. priest (Chester) Oct. 21, 
17S1 (his title being given him by David Simpson). C. of 
Christ Church, Macclesfield, 1781-c. 82. Preached in York- 
shire and London in Wesley's and Lady Huntingdon's 
chapels. Concerning him, John Wesley wrote to his brother 
Charles, ' Mr Collins is not under my direction — nor am I at all 
accountable for any steps he takes" (June 8, 1780). (For 
further references see L. Tyerman's Life and 1 imes of John 
Wesley.) Married Miss Saran Windsor, Sept. 21, 1780. 
Inherited the estate of his maternal uncle, Thomas Irwin 
Bury, who died at Linwood Grange, Blankney, Lines., 
July 3, 1799. Described in his uncle's will as the Rev. 
B. B. Collins, of Bath, 'weU*known in the neighbourhood of 
Leeds as a preacher.' Assumed, by Royal Licence, Dec. 20, 
1799, the surname and arms of Bury only; then described as 
of Linwood Grange, Lines., and of Bath, Somerset. Friendly 
with Venn, Lady Huntingdon and David Simpson. His 
ministry much appreciated by Hester Anne Roe and others. 
Probably died soon after Mar. i, 1807, the date of death of 
his only son, W. B. Bury. See the correspond euce of the 
Rev. Bryan Bury Collins', M.A,, by Mr A. M. Broadley, in 
Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society, ix. (St John's 
Coll. Adm., iv; A. Leedes Hunt, David Simpson, 234.) 

COLLINS, CALEB. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 16, 1S18. Of 
Middlesex. Matnc. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Ord. 
deacon, 1S23; priest, 1824. R. of Stedham-cum-Heyshott, 
Sussex, 1826-79. Not in Crockford, 1880. 

COLLINS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 13, 1808. 
Matric. Michs. 1808. 

COLLINS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 1S1S. 
[S. of Charles, Esq., of Gowei Street, London.] School, 
Rugby. Matnc. Michs. 1818; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B.A. 
iS22;'M.A. 1S25. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 5. 1823; priest 
(Peterb.) 1824. R. (and patron) of Frinsted, Kent, 1831-42. 
R. (and patron) of Milstead, 1831-42. R. of Milton next 
Canterbury, 1 844-7. V. of Faversham, 1847-66. Chaplain of 
the borough gaol. ( haplain to Viscount Lorton. Author, 
Sermons. Died M.iv i.\ I'^r, a-ed <■<■, at Faversham. Father 
of Charles C. (next). {Rugby Sch. Keg.; Cant. Act Bk.; G. 
Mag., 1866, 1. 929.) 

COLLINS, CHARLES CREAGHE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. 
2, 1845. S. of Charles (above), V. of Faversham, Kent. B. 
Apr. 18, 1826, at Kingsthorpe, Northants. Matric. Lent, 
1846; Scholar, 1847; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1850; priest, 1851; C. of Sandhurst, 1850-3. C. 
of St George's, Camberweli, Surrey, 1853-4. PC. of St Mary 
Aldermanburv, London, 1854-1917. Lived at Teddington, 
Middlesex, 1871-1917. Died there Dec. 30, 1917, aged 91. 
Buried there. M.I. St Mary Aldermanbury. (Peile, 11. 495.) 

COLLINS, CHARLES HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St Catharin-e's, 
June 4, 1880. S. of John (1851), clerk. B. at Shepley, 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1SS0. 

COLLINS, CHARLES WELMAN. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 1, 
1892. B. Oct. 28, 1872. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 
1892. Entered the Army, 1893; Cheshire Regt.; served in 
the South Aim an War; Capt., igor. Died Nov. 14, 1901, of 
wounds received at Elandsfontein, [Rossall Sch. Reg.; 
Selwyn Coll. Cal.) 

COLLINS, CLIFTON WILBRAHAM. M.A. from Pembroke, 
1897; incorp. from Oxford. S. and h. of William Lucas, clerk, 
of Clifton Hampden, Oxun. B. May 5. 1S44. Matnc. 
(Magdalen College, Oxford) Mar. 24, 1863, age 19; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1867; M.A. 1871. Died Sept. 26, 1918, aged 74, 
at Bene't Place. Cambridge. {AL Oxon.; Cambridge Daily 
News, Sept. 30, 1918.) 

COLLINS, DIGBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 11, 1855. 
S. of Edward (next), deceased. B. Sept. 7, 1836. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1855. Of Newton Ferrers, Devon. 
J. P. and D.L. Of London in 1S67. Died Jan. 25, 1916, 
aged 79, in London. Brother of Edward (1852). {Trigg 
Minor, 1. 334; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

COLLINS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 4, 1801. 
S. and h. of Edward, Esq., of Truthan, Cornwall. B. Sept. 7, 
1782. Schools, Bath and Eton. Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 
1806; M.A. 1809. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 13, 1805. 
Called to the Bar. 1S12. Of Newton Ferrers, Devon, Esq. 
J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff of Cornwall, 1830. Married 
Elizabeth, dau. of Francis Drake, Esq., late Minister-pleni- 
potentiary at Munich, Nov. 8, 1831. Died Apr. 15, 1855. 
Father of Edward (1S52) and the above. (Burke, L.G.) 



Collins, George Wolseley 

COLLINS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Pembroke, Feb. 
21, 1803. S. of John, R. of Ledbury, Heref., deceased. B. 
there. [Bapt. Jan. 25, 1779.] Matric. Lent, 1S06; M.B. 1808. 
Practised as a physician, first at Chichester and afterwards at 
Exeter. One of the founders of the Exeter Literary In- 
stitution. Died unmarried Aug. 14, 1831, at St Erme, the 
residence of his brother-in-law, the Rev. E. Tippet. (Trigg 
Minor, 1. 228, 334.) 

COLLINS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 20, 1852. 
S. of Edward (1801), gent., of Truthan, Cornwall. B. Dec. 2, 
1833, at St Erme. [Bapt. Feb. 19, 1834.] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1852. Of Truthan, Cornwall, and Newton Ferrers, 
Cornwall; succeeded his father, 1855. J. P. and D.L. Brother 
of Digby (1855). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

COLLINS, EDWARD TENISON. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 21, 
1890. S. of Philip. B. Mar. 10, 1859. Had studied at Edin- 
burgh University. L.S.A., 1880. M.R.C.S. Sometime 
House Surgeon at Queen's Hospital, Birrmngham; at the 
Jessop Hospital for Women, Sheffield. Clinical Assistant at 
the Samaritan Hospital for Women. Also at St Andrews 
University. Senior Assistant and late Professor of Gynae- 
cology, at Birmingham. At the Gynaecological Royal 
Infirmary, Cardiff, and the City Mental Hospital, Cardiff. 
Served in the Great War (Lieut. -Col., R.A.M.C.). Of Penylan, 
Cardiff. Author, gynaecological. (Medical Who's Who, 
1927; Medical Directory.) 

COLLINS, EDWIN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July 21, 1892. S. of William Thomas. B. in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1S92; B.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1S95; priest (Lichfield) 
1896; C. of Kingswinford, Staffs., 1895-8. Held various 
curacies, 1S9S-1910. V. of Kirk Leatham, Yorks., 1909-25. 
V, ol Carlton Muuott with Sandhutton, Yorks., 1925-39-. 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, ERNEST LESLIE. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 1, 1891. S. of William (1854), clerk. B. Apr. 15, iS;i, 
at Watton-at-Stone, Herts. Matnc. Michs. 1891; B.A. r8g4; 
M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1895; priest (Durham) 1896; 
Chaplain to the Missions to Seamen, Sunderland, 1895-7; 
at Antwerp, 1897-1904; at Gt Yarmouth, 1904-11 ; at 
Cardiff, 1911-26. R. of Otley, 1926-35. Died Jan. 18, 1935, 
in London. Brother of Henry E. (1894). (Crockford.) 

COLLINS, ERNEST ROKEBY. Adm. pens, at Peterhoi -i . 
Sept. 13, 1889. 4th s. of Francis, M.D., staff surgeon, of 
Lyme Regis, Dorset. B. Oct. 12, 1870, at Woolston. Schools, 
King Henry VIII, Coventry, and Merchant Taylors'. Matnc. 
Michs. 1S89. Entered the Army (Lieut., East Lanes. Regt.), 
1894; Capt., 1900; Major, 1913. Served in the South African 
War, 1898-1902; mentioned in despatches; D.S.O., 1900. 
Served in the Great War, East Lanes. Regt.; wounded. 
Prisoner of war in Germany, 1914-17; interned in Switzer- 
land, 1917-18. In command of the Depot, East Lanes. 
Regt., 1919-20; retired. Married and had issue. Of Low 
Green, Pateley Bridge, Yorks. J. P. for West Riding, 1929; 
for Ripon, 1930. Brother of Henry A. (1899) and the next. 
(7". A. Walker, 610; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
L.G., 1936.) 
COLLINS, FRANCIS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1S77. S. of 
Francis, M.D., surgeon-major, of Sutton, Surrey. B. Feb. 5, 
1 8f>o, at Winchester. School, Epsom College. Matric. Michs. 
1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Assistant Master at King 
Henry VIII School, Coventry, 1884-92 ; at Tonbridge 
School, 1892-9. Head Master of the Central Foundation 
School, Cowper Street, London, E.C., 1899-1903; of Alleyn's 
School, Dulwich, 1903-20. Afterwards of Rokeby, Lymington, 
Hants. Brother of the above, etc. (Venn, 11. 430; Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1936; Kelly, Hampshire, ^39.) 

COLLINS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 6, 
1851. S. of Francis. B. near Waterford, Ireland. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; Scholar; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1858; incorp. at 
Oxford, 1860. Sometime Lieut, in the 4th (King's Own) 
Royal Regt., in India. Ord. deacon, 1857; priest (Win- 
chester) 1858; C. of Winchester, 1857-9. P.C. of St Mary's, 
Bradford, 1861-8. C. of Middleton, Salop, 1870-2. V. of 
Oakengates, 1872-8. V. of Charlesworth, 1878-1900. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 1901. Author, Sermons. 

COLLINS, GEORGE GRANTHAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christ 1. Oct. 1, 1880. Of Herts. [B. Sept. 15, r86o, at 
Ware, Herts.] School, Ware Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1880; 
B.A. 1884; M.A. 188S. Ord. deacon, 18S4; priest (Southwell) 
1885; C. of Derby, 1884-6. C. and Jane Lecturer of Wake- 
field Cathedral, 1888-91. V. of Alverthorpe, 1891-1903. 
R. of West Winch, Norfolk, 1903-8. V. of All Saints', Hoole, 
Cheshire. 1908-12. V. of St Luke's, Ramsgate, 1913-27. R. 
of Luddesdown, 1927-39-. Brother of Percy H. (1876). 
(Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, GEORGE WOLSELEY. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, June 7, 1865. Did not reside. S. of William, of 24, 
Northumberland Avenue, Kingstown, Co. Dublin. School, 
St Columba's College, Dublin (Mr Gwynn). Migrated to 



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Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 1865; matric. Michs. 1865; Scholar, 
1866; B.A. 1869; incorp. at Oxford, 1S72; M.A. 1873; M.A. 
(Keble College) 1874. Pusey and Ellerton Scholar and Keiini- 
cott Scholar of Oxford. For some years Deputy- Lecturer for 
Dr Pusey at Oxford. Ord. deacon, 1S69; priest (Ripon) 
1870; C. of Penistone, Yorks., 1869-71. V. of Chantry, 
Somerset, 1872-9. Assistant Tutor and Hebrew Lecturer at 
Ayerst Hall, Cambridge, 1885-92. Died suddenly Apr. 6, 
1895, in Germany. {Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; Cambridge 
Chronicle, Apr. 19, 1895.) 

COLLINS, HARRY RAWLE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 10, 1892. S. of John Mackenzie, clerk. B. at Nevis, 
West Indies. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1902. 
Assistant Master at Middeton School, Bognor, 1898-9. 
Second Master at Kingsbridge Grammar School, Devon, 
1899-1905. Principal of Smethwick Collegiate School, 
Birmingham, 1905-9. Second Master at Southwell Grammar 
School, 1909-19. Ord. deacon, 1912; priest (Southwell) 
1913; C. of Southwell Minster, 1912-19. Assistant Master at 
Hereford Cathedral School, 1920-1; at the Grammar School, 
Falmouth, 1921-. Lie. pr., dio. Truro, 1923-36; dio. Ely, 
J 939 - - Of Bucklands, Fulbourne, Cambridge. {School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3; Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, July 3, 
1821. 2nd s. of James, Esq., solicitor, of London. B. at 
Stamford Hill, London. School, Hackney, London (Dr 
Heathcote). Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1829. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 3, 1825. Called to the Bar, 
1829. Practised on the Home Circuit for a few years. Name 
withdrawn, Nov. 25, 1870. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

COLLINS, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1855. S. 
of Richard, clerk [afterwards V. of Kirkburton, Yorks., 
1843-82]. B. at Fleet, Lines. [Bapt. July 19, 1835.] Matric. 
Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1858; B.A. (24^1 Wrangler) 1859; M.A. 
1862. Ord. deacon, 1861; priest (Ripon) 1862; C. of Calverley 
with Bolton, Yorks., 1861-5. V. of Scammonden, 1865- 
1913. Resided latterly at Ottery St Mary, Devon. Died 
Aug. 4, 1921, aged 86. Brother of Richard (1S47), etc. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

COLLINS, HENRY AIKEROYDE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Jan. 
8, 1899. 5th s. of Francis, M.D. army surgeon, retired. B. 
May 12, 1877, at Sutton, Surrey. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Lent, 1899. Did not graduate owing to ill-health. Adm. a 
Solicitor, 1909. Practised in London till 1919. Served in the 
Great War. Residing in Scotland, in 1928. Brother of 
Ernest R. (1889), etc. {Tonbridge Sch. Keg.; Burke, L.G., 
r936-) 

COLLINS, HENRY EDWARDS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 21, 1894. S. of William (1S54), clerk. [B. Oct. 23, r875, 
at Watton, Herts.] Matnc. Michs. 1S94; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1901. Ord. deacon, 1899; priest (Durham) 1901; Chaplain of 
Missions to Seamen at Sunderland, 1899-1900; at Port of 
London, 1900-5; at Cape Town, 1905-16; at Southampton, 
1916. During the Great War, Naval Chaplain, 1917-19. V. 
of Eridge Green, Sussex, 1919-29. Chaplain to the Marquis 
of Abergavenny, 1929. R. of Rotherfield, 1929-. Brother of 
Ernest L. (1891). {Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, JAMES RICHARDSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Sept. 27, 1794- S. and h. of James, of Knares- 
borough, Yorks. [B. Nov. 14, I777-] School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1797; Scholar, 1797; B.A. 1799; M - A - 1803. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 2, 1799. Subsequently joined the 
20th Dragoons; transferred to the 3rd York Militia, r8o3; 
Major. Died 1810. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1836.) 

COLLINS, JAMES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Easter, 
1897 [affiliated student; B.A. of Lampeter]. S. of Thomas. 
B. July 20, 1866, at Llanelly, Carmarthens. Matric. Easter, 
1897; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest 
(Chester) 1890; C. of Seacombe, Cheshire, 1889-92. Lie. pr., 
dio. Ely, 1897-1901. C. of Lancaster, 1901-3. C. of Earsdon, 
1903-9. Chaplain of Wandsworth Prison, 1909-10; of the 
Borstal Institute, Feltham, 1910-12; of Exeter Prison, igi2- 
15 ; of Leeds Prison, 1915-17. V. of St Boniface's, Devonport, 
1917-22. R. of Northleigh, Devon, 1922-6. V.of Lodsworth, 
Sussex, 1926-39-. {Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 1831. Matric. 
Michs. 1832. 

COLLINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 16, 1S5 1 . 
S. of Richard, clerk, of Kirkburton, Yorks. B. at Bicker, 
near Donington, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855; 
M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon, 1855; priest (Ripon) 1857; C of 
Kirkburton, 1855-8. P.C of Shepley, 1858-73. V. of Holm- 
firth, i873-i9°2- Disappears from Crockford, 1903. Brother 
of Richard (1847), etc., and father of Charles H. (1880). 

COLLINS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 18, 1867. S. 
of John George, gent., late of Hooker's Brook, Chester. 
B. Oct. 31, 1848, at Chester. [Bapt. Apr. 3, 1849.] School, 



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Rugby (Exhibitioner, 1867). Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar, 
1867; B.A. {6th Classic) 1871; M.A. 1S75. Fellow, 1874. 
Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1871-5; at Rugby 
School, 1876-1916. A prominent Freemason. Founder and 
Past Master of Lawrence Sheriff Lodge, Rugby. Died May 17, 
1916, aged 67, at Horton Lodge, Rugby. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Eagle.) 

COLLINS, JOHN ARGYLE WELSH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 3, r852. S. of John Coombes (1821), P.C. of St John's, 
Bridgwater, Somerset. B. June 2, 1833, at Middlezoy. 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1852; Scholar, 
r853; B.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1857; priest (Exeter) 1859; 
C. of Milbrook, 1857-61. Chaplain to the Forces, 1861-93; 
mentioned in despatches. V. of Hill Farrance, Somerset, 
r892-4. V. of Newton St Cyres, Devon, 1894-1911. Died 
May 9, 1911, aged 77. (Scott, MSS.) 

COLLINS, JOHN BASSET BARON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 1, 1S94. S. of John Richard, Esq. B. Oct. 9, 1873, at 
Bodmin, Cornwall. School, Bournemouth Preparatory. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 
1901; priest (Truro) 1902; C. of Morval, Cornwall, 1901-3. 
C. of Hessenford with Downderry, 1903-7. C. of Tamerton 
Foliat, 1907-9. C. of Stonehouse, 1909-13. Lie. pr., dio. 
Exeter, 1913-17; dio. Truro, 1913-20. R. of Helland, 1920-5. 
Of Kelston Knoll, Bath. Died there Sept. 3, 1937. {!'. A. 
Walker, 630; Crockford, 1932; The Tunes, Sept. 6, 1937.) 

COLLINS, JOHN COOMBES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Dec. 16, 
1821. Of Somerset. S. of John, of Bridgwater. B. Mar. n, 
r7g8. Matric. Lent, 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1848. Ord. 
deacon, Apr. 3, 1S25; priest (Bath and Wells) Nov. 3, rS26; 
C. of Wemdon, Bridgwater, 1825-30. C. of Middlezoy, 
Somerset, 1830-45. P.C. of St John's, Eastover, Bridgwater, 
1846-67. Married Susannah, dau. of Richard Ball, Sept. 20, 
1823. Botanist. Compiled 'List of Somerset Plants' in 
Watson's New Botanical Guide. Died Sept. 30, 1867. Buried 
at Eastover. Father of John A. W. (1852). (Scott, MSS.; 
British and Irish Botanists.) 

COLLINS, JOHN HAWKSWORTH. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 
1886. S. of Richard (1847), clerk, of St Silas, Hunslet, Yorks. 
B. Jan. 30, 1866. Schools, Dulwich College and Leeds 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1894. Sometime private 
tutor at Bath. Assistant Master at Cranbrook School, Kent, 
1901-6; at Eltham College, 1908-. {Schoolmasters' Directory , 
1908; Dulwich Coll. Reg.) 

COLLINS, JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1897. B. June 18, 1878. Matric. Michs. 1897. 

COLLINS, JOHN STRATFORD. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 30) at 
Trinity Hall, Sept. io, 1845. Of Wythall, near Ross, 
Heref. S. and h. of John Stratford, Capt., of Wythall Wal- 
ford. Matric. Michs. 1845. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 19, 
1845, 'age 29; s. and h. of John Stratford, of Ross, Heref.* 
Barrister- at -law. Of Wythall Walford, Heref. J.P. and D.L. 
Married (1) Ellen, dau. of John Lloyd, of Lloydsbro, Ireland; 
(2) 1858. Died Feb. 1877. (Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

COLLINS, JOSEPH CLARKE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 

1889. S. of Joseph, of Boyne Hill, Navan, Co. Meath. B. at 
Dublin, Jan. 13, 1871. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1S89; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1892. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 8, 

1890. Called to the Bar, 1894. On the South Eastern Circuit. 
Practised at the Central Criminal Court. Magistrate. {Har- 
row Sch. Reg.; R. L. Lloyd.) 

COLLINS, OCTAVIUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 20, 1813; 
from Oxford. S. of Simon, clerk, of Tamworth, Staffs. 
Matric. (Worcester College, Oxford) May 13, 1807, age 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1811. C. of Burton -on -Trent. Died there 
1813, aged 25. {Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1813, 11. 502.) 

COLLINS, OCTAVIUS AUGUSTUS GLAZIER. Adm. pens, at 
Downing, Oct. 8, 1883. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. At 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1882. L.R.C.P., 1883. 
Hon. Medical Officer at the East Dispensary, Bath. Be- 
queathed the residue of his property to the College, to found 
(or assist) a Fellowship or Travelling Fellowship for the pro- 
motion of the study of Greek language, history, literature, or 
archaeology. Died June 17, 1934. {Cambridge Review, Oct. 
19, 1934; Medical Directory.) 

COLLINS, PERCY HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 30, r876. Of Herts. [B. May 22, 1856, at Chapmore 
End, near Ware.] School, Ware Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest 
(Rochester) 1881; C. of Gipsy Hill, Surrey, 1880-3. C. of 
Bexley, Kent, 1883-5. C. of Westbourne Grove, 1885-7. 
R. of High Halden, Kent, 1887-99. C. of Guildford, Sumy, 
1899-1901. R. of Smarden, Kent, 1901-5. V. ot Thornton 
Heath, Surrey, 1905-10. Six Preacher in Canterbury 
Cathedral, 1910-17. R. of Lydd, Kent, 1910-41. Hon. 
Canon of Canterbury from 19 17. Rural Dean of South 
Lympne, 1910-33. Died Dec. 18, 1941 Brother of GeorgeG. 
(1880). {Crockford, 1939; The Times, Dec. 29. 1941.) 

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COLLINS, PHILIP GEORGE. Adm. pens, {age 19) at Christ's, 
Nov. 4, 1867. B. in London. School, London University. 
Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 
3, 1869, as ' 3rd s. of Edward Duppa C, Esq., late of Oxford 
Street, Middlesex, deceased." Adm. Solicitor, 1876; partner 
in the firm of Peake, Bird, Collins and Peake, solicitors, of 
Bedford Row, London. Living at The Park, Beckenham, 
Kent, in 1911. Died May 13, 1931, aged 82. (Peile, 11. 603; 
The Times, May 14, 1931.) 

COLLINS, REGINALD LAKEMAN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 6, 1900. [4th s. of Francis A., Esq., of S. Petronilla, 
Bury St Edmunds.] School, Bury. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest (Exeter) 
1905; C. of Ellacombe, Devon, 1904-7. Principal of the 
Bishop Wilson Theological College, Isle of Man, 1907-12. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Sodor and Man, 1907-12, Missioner 
Chaplain of Ripon, 1912-14. Principal of St Luke's College, 
Exeter, 1914-39-- Chaplain to the Forces, 1915-18; of the 
Territorial Army, 1921-4. Preb. of Exeter, 1934-. [Crock- 
ford, 1939.) 

COLLINS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 8, 1847. 
S. of Richard, clerk [V. of Kirkburton, Yorks., 1843-82; 
died Mar. 9, 1882, aged 81]. B. at Bicker, Lines. [Bapt. 
Oct. 20, 1828.] Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. 
Ord. deacon, 1851; priest (Ripon) 1854; C. (to his father) of 
Kirkburton, Yorks., 1851-4. Principal of Cottayam College, 
Travancore, India, 1854-67; of All Souls', Brighton, 1867- 
70; of St Paul's, Camden Square, London, 1870-1; of Trinity 
College, Kandy, Ceylon, 1872-8. P.C. of St Silas, Hunslet, 
Leeds, Yorks., 1879-82. Succeeded his father as V. of 
Kirkburton, Yorks., 1882-1900. Surrogate, dio. Wakefield, 
1888-1900. A skilful amateur sculptor; a bust by him of his 
father in Kirkburton church. Compiled an exhaustive 
chronological Register of Kirkburton. Past Provincial Grand 
Master of the Yorks. Freemasons; chaplain of the Beaumont 
Lodge, Kirkburton. Author, A Sanscrit and Malay im 
Dictionary; A Grammar of the Malay im Language; Missionary 
Enterprise in the East; The Philosophy of Jesus Christ as 
unfolded in the Physical Aspect of His Miracles, Died Oct. 30, 
1900, at Kirkburton vicarage. Brother of Thomas (1852), 
John (1851), William (1854) and Henry (1855); father of 
John H. (1886). (Eagle, Mar. 1901.) 

COLLINS, RICHARD HENN. Adm. pens, at Downing, Sept. 30, 
1863. Of 4, Garden Court Temple, London, E.C. [3rd s. of 
Stephen, Esq., Q.C., of Dublin, and Frances, dau. of William 
Heim, a Master in Chancery.] B. Jan. 1, 1842. [Previously 
at Trinity College, Dublin.] Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. ($th 
Classic) 1865; M.A. 1S68. Fellow, 1865. Hon. Fellow, 1885. 
Hon. LL.D. 1902. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1904. Hon. LL.D. (Dubl.) 
1898. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 8, 1862. Called to 
the Bar, 1867. On the Northern Circuit. Q.C., 1883. Bencher, 
1886. A member of the Bar Committee, 1883. Knighted, 
1891. Judge of the Queen's Bench, 1891. Judicial member 
and Chairman of the Railway and Canal Commission, 1894-7. 
Lord Justice of Appeal, 1897-1910. P.C., 1897. Master of 
the Rolls, 1901-7. Created a life peer as Baron Collins of 
Kensington, London, Mar. 6, 1907. Chairman of the Com- 
mittee of Enquiry (1904), which led to the Criminal Appeal 
Act, 1907. An expert in litigation between rival munici- 
palities and Railway Companies. Married and had issue. 
Died Jan. 3, 1911, at Hove, when the life peerage expired. 
{Hist. Reg. of the University, 623; Middle Temple Benchers; 
D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

COLLINS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 1, 1852. 3rd 
s. of Richard, V. of Kirkburton, Yorks. B. Tune 20, 1832, at 
Fleet, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1866. 
Ord. deacon, 1859; priest (Lichfield) i860; C. of Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, 1859-61. Master at Newcastle Grammar 
School, 1859-61. C. of Wakefield, 1861-4. C. of Marr, 
Yorks., 1864-6. C. of Lin ton-in -Craven, 1866-9. C. of 
Hornby, 1869-79. V. of Dalton, 1879-91. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1892. Brother of Richard (1847), etc. 

COLLINS, THOMAS (TOM). Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 18, 
1859. S. and h. of Thomas, lawyer. B. Jan. 31, 1841, at 
Warwick. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
Scholar, 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1868. Cricket 'blue,' 1863. 
Assistant Master at King Edward VI's School, Birmingham, 
1863-70. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 17, 1865. Called 
to the Bar, 1868. Head Master of Newport Grammar 
School, Salop, 1871-1903. Living at Newport, 1911, and 
still there, Jan. 31, 1934. Received the very rare distinction 
of being elected an honorary member of the M.C.C. in 1933. 
Also a fine player of billiards. Author, School and Sport. 
Died Mar. 16, 1934- aged 93, at Newport. (Peile, 11. 563; 
The Times, Mar. 17, 1934.) 

COLLINS, THOMAS FARMER. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 9, 
1855. S. of William, gent., of Birmingham. Migrated to 
Oxford; matric. (Brasenose) Oct. 13, 1855, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1859; M.A. (Oxford) 1862. Ord. deacon, 1861; 
priest (Peterb.) 1862; C of Geddington, Herts., 1861-2. C. 
of Tring, 1862-3. 0. of Bilton, Warws., 1863-7, V. of New 



Collinson, Edward William 

Bilton, Herts., 1868-79. R- of Church, Lanes., 1879-91. 
R. of Epperstone, 1891-1910. Disappears from Crockford, 
1915. (Al. Oxon.) 

COLLINS, VERNON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Mar. 23, 1813; 
from Oxford. Matric. (Exeter College) May 24, 181 1. 7th s. 
of John Basset, clerk, of Camborne, Cornwall. B. July 13, 
1789, at Nance, Cornwall. School, Lostwithiel (Mr Clapp). 
Previously in the Army (served with the 74th Highlanders 
in the Peninsula). Matric. Michs. 1813; LL.B. 1818. Took 
Holy Orders, but was never beneficed. Married Harriet, dau. 
of Henry Rawlings, of Padstow. Died Aug. 1, 1848, aged 59, 
at Bodmin; 's. of Rev. John Basset, of Trewardale.' (Al. 
Oxon.; 7'rigg Manor, 1. 329-35; G. Mag., 1848, 11. 326.) 

COLLINS, WALTER CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 
i8, 1890. S. of George Edwin, of Beckenham, Kent. B. 
Mar. 30, 1871, in London. School, Dane Hill, Margate. 
Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 20, 1891; matric. Easter, 1891; 
B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Master at a preparatory school at 
Sydenham, Kent. Of Oakville, Overcliffe, Gravesend, in 
1911. (Peile, 11. 758.) 

COLLINS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 8, 
1854. S. of Richard, clerk. B. at Fleet, Lines. Matric. 
Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon, 1859, 
priest (Norwich) i860; C of St Mary's, Woodbridge. Chap- 
lain of Seckford Hospital, 1859-61. Missionary Chaplain at 
Cochin, 1861-5. C. of King's Lynn, 1866-9. C. of Watton- 
at-Stone, Herts., 1869-79. R. of Nunington, Yorks., 1879- 
1923. Died Mar. 25, 1923, aged 89. Father of Henry E. 
(1894) and Ernest L. (1891); brother of Thomas (1852), etc. 
(Crockford; The Guardian, Mar. 29, 1923.) 

COLLINS, WILLIAM ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 5, 1820. 2nd s. of Charles, of Ashbourne, Derbs. B. 
1 801, in London. School, London. Matric. Michs. 1820. 
Migrated {age 18 (sic)) to Christ's, Jan. 19, 1821; Scholar, 
i82i;B.A. (6th Wrangl-er) 1824; M.A. 1827. Fellow of Christ's, 
1828-30. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 1, 1824. Called to the 
Bar, 1829. Bencher, 1861. Q.C., 1861. Married Anne, dau. 
of Richard Creaghe, Esq., of Castle Park, Ireland. Died 
Mar. 30, 1875, at Warrior Square, St Leonards-on-Sea. 
(Peile, 11. 403; Boose, 1.) 

COLLINS, WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 
1884. [2nd s. of Joseph Henry, mining engineer and writer 
on geology. B. Feb. 18, 1867.] Schools, Nuttall's and 
Chancellor's, Truro. Matric. Michs. 1884. Prizeman ; Scholar ; 
B.A. 18S7; M.A. 1891; B.D. 1902; D.D. 1904. Ord. 
deacon, 1890; priest (London) 1891; C. of Barking, 1890-1 
and 1894-1904. Lecturer on International Law and Divinity 
at Selwyn and St John's, 1891-4. Professor of Ecclesiastical 
History at King's College, London, 1893-1904. Select 
Preacher at Cambridge and at Oxford. Organised the 
Missionary Conference at St James's Hall, London, 1894. 
Mission Preacher of All Hallows', Barking. Helped Mandell 
Creighton, Bishop of Peterborough, to found the Church 
Historical Society. Bishop of Gibraltar, 1904-11. Visited 
Persia and Asiatic Turkey in the interests of the Archbishop 
of Canterbury's Assyrian Mission, 1907. Assisted the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury (Dr Randall Davidson) in drafting the 
encyclical letter issued on behalf of the Lambeth Conference 
(Aug. 7, 1908). Author, Notes of a Journal to Kurdistan; 
Sermons, etc. Died Mar. 22, 1911, at sea off Smvrna. 
(D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.; Crockford.) 

COLLINS, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 
6, 1877. S. of Henry, solicitor, of Whitehaven. B. there 
Feb. 17, 1859- School, St Bees Grammar (Rev. G. H. Heslop). 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Assistant Master at Norwich 
Grammar School, 1881; at Whitgift Grammar School, 1882- 
95. Became a Stockbroker in the City of London, 1895. 
Member of the Council of the Olympic Games, 1908. Of 
Temple Chambers, Temple Avenue, London, E.C., in 1911. 
Died Dec. 14, 1921, aged 62, at Croydon. (Peile, 11. 658; 
The Times, Dec. 28, 1921.) 

COLLINSON, CHRISTOPHER BARBER. Adm. pens, (age 24) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 8, 1887. 2nd s. of John William Sowden, 
attorney, deceased, of Doncaster. [B. there Jan. 28, 1864.] 
Matric. Michs. 1S87; B.A. 1891. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(York) 1895; C. of Wentworth, 1893-8. V. of Laxton with 
Moorhouse, Notts., 1898-1916. Of Beltoft, Lines, (patron of 
the living), and of Wheatley Field, Notts. Died June 5, 
1930. Buried at Belton, Yorks. (Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
June 6, 1930.) 

COLLINSON, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Julv 9, 1870. S. of George John (1S36), clerk, of The Laurels, 
Southgate, Middlesex. B. Mar. 18, 1852, at Notting Hill, 
London. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 
1874; M.A. 1S77. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Salisbury) 1877; 
C. of Witchampton, Dorset, 1875-7. R. of Woodsford with 
Tincleton, 1877-87. R. of Watton-at-Stone, Herts., 1887- 
1900. Chaplain at Rome, 1902-3. Resided latterly at 
Bournemouth, without cure. Died there Dec. 8, 1927, aged 
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Collinson, George Frederick Hampton 

COLLINSON, GEORGE FREDERICK HAMPTON. Adm. peas, 
at St John's, Apr. 23, 1874. S. of William. B. Aug. 27, 1856, 
at Birkenhead. (Bapt. Oct. 15, 1856.] School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878. Adm. Solicitor, 1880; of 
Liverpool and London, with the firm of Hindley and 
Collinson. Died Oct. 19, 1935, aged 79, at Hampstead. 
[Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 23, 1935.) 

COLLINSON, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Trinity, 
June 28, 1836. S. of Edward. B. Apr. 8, 1813, at Homerton, 
London. School, Faringdon Hall, Berks. (Dr Bowles). 
Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon 
(Salisbury) Sept. 1840; priest (Chichester) 1841; C. of Witch- 
ampton, Dorset, 1840-2. V. of Swanboume, Bucks., 
T843-52. Removed to Notting Hill, London. Secretary of 
the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1S52. R. of Compton 
Abbas, Dorset, 1852-3 (Oct.-Mar.). P.C. of St James's, 
Clapham, Middlesex, 1853-65. Local Secretary to the 
British and Foreign Bible Society, to the Church Missionary 
Society and afterwards to the Irish Church Missions. A 
Biographical Sketch with Sermon Notes was published in 
1867 as a memorial of his ministry. Died Mar. 5, 1865, 
aged 52 (sic). Father of Edward W. (1870). (Crockford; 
G. Mag., 1865, 1. 522.) 

COLLINSON, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 20, 1778. 
S. of James, notary-public, of Lancaster. B. there. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric' Michs. 1778; Scholar, 1781; B.A. (41* 
Wrangler) 1782; M.A. 1785. Fellow, 1784-8. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) June 29, 1787. Died Apr. 28, 1788, aged 23. 
Buried at Richmond, Surrey. M.I. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; 
St John's Coll. Adm., IV.) 

COLLINSON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Nov. 21, 1788. 

COLLINSON, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', July 5, 
1814. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818; M.A. 
1822. Ord. priest (Bristol) Mar. 27, 1820. P.C. of Tanfield, 
1820-4. See Al. Oxon. for a contemporary namesake. (H. M. 
Wood.) 

COLLINSON, JOHN HENRY. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1881. B. June 2, 1861. School, St Peter's, York. 
Scholar; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888; incorp. at Toronto. Assistant 
Master at Stamford School; at Upper Canada College, 
Toronto, Canada; at Port Hope, Canada. Founded the 
Highfield School, Hamilton, Ontario; Head Master there, 
1901-20. Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute. Member of 
the Council of the Yorks. Philosophical Society. Died Jan. 
20, 1941. 

COLLIS, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. I, 1887. 
3rd s. of William Blow, of Swinfail House, Stourbridge, 
Worcs. B. Dec. 11, 1868. School, Leamington College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1894; 
M.D. 1901. At Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. 
Sometime House Surgeon at the Central London Ophthalmic 
Hospital; at the Royal Military Hospital and Dispensary, 
Weston-super-Mare, and at the Children's Hospital, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne. Medical Superintendent of the Ministry 
of Pensions Hospital, Leicester, 1919-25. Served in the 
Great War, 1914-19 (Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C). Of 7, Bam 
Hill Road, Wavertree, Liverpool; afterwards of The Rock- 
lands, Clent, near Stourbridge. Died there Mar. 8, 1939, 
aged 70. Buried at Oldswiniord. (Medical Who's Who, 1927; 
The Medical Register, 1935; The Times, Mar. 9, 1939.) 

COLLIS, CHARLES. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1886. Adm. pens, 
(age 26) at Jesus, Jan. 1888. S. of E. B. at Bristol. School, 
St Sidwell's, Exeter. B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Assistant 
Master at Mercers' School, 1892-6. Head Master of Ware- 
housemen, Clerks and Drapers' School, Purley, Surrey, 1896-. 
Ord. deacon (Southwark) 1905; priest (Woolwich, for South- 
wark) 1906; C. of South Beddington, 1905-7. C. of Caris- 
brook with Northwood, 1907-10. V. of St Paul's, Barton's 
Village, 1910-15. R. of Freemantle, Hants., 1915-29. R. of 
Nutshalling, 1929-33. Disappears from Crockford, 1936. 
(Schoolmasters' Directory, 1904-.) 

COLLIS, FREDERICK ORTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1892. Of Kent. S. of Henry (1854), V. of St Philip's, 
Maidstone. [B. there Aug. 17, 1873.] Matric. Michs. 1892. 
Adm. Solicitor, Mar. 1897; practised at Maidstone. Died 
Oct. 14, 1927, at Park View, Maidstone. Brother of William 
H. (1885). (The Times, Dec. 17, 1927.) 

COLLIS, GEORGE JENNINGS. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 5, 1889. 
School, Wyggeston, Leicester. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
1892; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Newcastle-on- 
Tyne) 1896; C. of Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1894-7. C of 
Embleton, 1897-1905. C of Morpeth, 1905-8. V. of Even- 
wood, Durham, 1908-18. Died Sept. 15, 1918, aged 47. 
(Crockford.) 

COLLIS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 1854. S. of 
James Going, Esq., of Dublin. B. there Jan. 15, 1835. School, 
Isle of Man Collegiate (Rev. J. McMullen). Matric. Mi' lis. 
1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1858; 



Collison, Henry 

priest, 1859; C. of St Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge, 1858-62. 
V. of St Philip's, Maidstone, 1862-1905. Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury, 1904. Local educational reformer and or^ ; 
presented with the freedom of the town of Maidstone in 
1903. Author, theological. Died Nov. 23, 1905, at Maid- 
stone. Father of Frederick 0. (1892) and William H. (1885). 
(Venn, 11. 319; Caian.) 

COLLIS, HENRY NEILD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1889. S. of 
Charles William, Esq., of Hagley House, Hagley, Stour- 
bridge, Worcs. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1893. Solicitor; of Hampton Lodge, Stour- 
bridge. 

COLLIS (C0OKE-C0LLIS), JOHN TALBOT [COOKE]. Adm. 
pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, Apr. n, 1867. S. of Maurice 
Atkin Cooke, B.D., R. of Queenstown, Cork, Ireland. [B. 
May 30, 1849, at Fermoy, Co. Cork.] School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1872. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 18, 1869, as '2nd s. of the Rev. Dr Cooke C, R. of 
Queenstown, Cork.' Solicitor, 1875. Of Fermoy, Co. Cork. 
Died May 17, 1928, at Les Lauterets, Turin, Italy, aged 78. 
(G. B. Routledge; Burke, I.G.) 

COLLIS, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1885. Of Kent. S. of Henry (1854), V. of St Philip's, 
Maidstone. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. 
Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Canterbury) 1890; C. of St Paul's, 
Maidstone, 1889-95. V. of St Luke's, Maidstone, 1895-1917. 
R. of Biddenham, Kent, 1917-39-. Brother of Frederick O. 
(1892). (Crockford, 1939.) 

COLLISON, ALBERT. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 
1, 1878. S. of Henry (1812), R. of East Bilney, Norfolk. 
B. there Feb. 1859. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1878. 
Of Mileham Hall; afterwards of Weylands, Cromer, Norfolk. 
J. P. Master of the West Norfolk Fox Hounds, 1902-8. 
Vice-Chairman of the Norfolk Agricultural Committee. 
Major, King's Own Norfolk Yeomanry. Married and had 
issue. Died s.p.m. Nov. io, 1918, at Weylands. Buried at 
Cromer. Brother of Henry (1870). (Misc. Gen. et Her., 5th S., 
VI; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

COLLISON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. n, 1885. 
S. oi Frederick William Portlock (1832), clerk. B. June 6, 
1866, at Marwood, near Barnstaple. School, Forest, Wal- 
thamstow (Dr Guy). Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. 
Assistant Master at Forest School, Walthamstow, for s* 
years; at St Bees School, Cumberland, T907-. Brother of 
Henry (1889) and the next. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932- 
3.) 

COLLISON, FREDERICK THACKERAY. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. to, 1882. S. of Frederick William Portlock (next), 
clerk. B. Apr. 13, 1864. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. 
Of 33, Northdown Avenue, Margate, in T902. Died Dec. 
1905. Brother of Henry (1889), etc. 

COLLISON, FREDERICK WILLIAM [PORTLOCK]. Adm. sizar 
at St John's, Mar. 7, 1832. S. and h. of Brown, of Middlesex, 
and of Hitchin, Herts. B. Mav 22, 1814. Matric. Michs. 
1832; Crosse Scholar, 1836; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1836; 
Tvrwhitt Hebrew Scholar, 1837; M.A. 1839; B.D. 1846. 
Fellow, 1838-55. Senior Dean, 1845-53. Hebrew Lecturer. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 2, 1838; priest, Dec. 1, 1839. P.C. of 
Homingsey, Cambs., 1842-4. R. of Marwood, Devon, 1853- 
86. Rural Dean. Restored the chancel of Marwood church. 
A member of the Cambridge Camden Society from its in- 
stitution in 1839. Married Mary, dau. of Dr Thackeray, of 
Cambridge, Jan. 17, 1855. Author, A Vindication of the 
Anglican Reformers in an Examination of Professor Schole- 
ficld's Discourses, etc. Died June 21, 1889, at Highgate, 
North London. Father of Charles (1885), Henry (1889) and 
the above. (Eagle, Dec. 1889.) 

COLLISON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, July 8, 
1812. 2nd s. of Nicholas, merchant, of London. [B. Dec. 29, 
1791, at Stockwell, Surrey.] Matric. Michs. 1812; Scholar; 
B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. Acting Chaplain to the Forces in 
South Africa, 1824. R. of East Bilney, Norfolk, 1833-81; 
rebuilt the rectory. R. of Beetley, 1833-81. Chaplain of the 
Marshalsea and of the Court of the Palace of Westminster; 
of the King's Bench Prison. Lord of the Manor of Yaxham 
Old Hall. Married Harriette Mary, dau. of Thomas Abel 
Ward, surgeon, of Watford, Herts., Dec. 29, 1851. Died 
Aug. 17, 1881. Father of Albert (1878) and Henry (1870). 
(Misc. Gen. et Her., 5th S., vi.) 

COLLISON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembrokf, Aug. 
11, 1857. [3rd s. of John, Esq., of Bilney Hall, Litcham, 
Norfolk.] B. there July 2, 1838. Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 
1861; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (Durham) 1864; 
C. of Heworth, Durham, 1862-70. C. of Nantwich, Cheshire, 
1870-3. R. of Wistaston, 1873-82. R. of East Hilney, 
Norfolk, 1 882-1908. Married and had issue. Resided latterly 
at Coltishall, Norfolk. Died Mar. 26, 1911, at the Manor 
1 m . Coltishall. (Misc. (,<•». ,1 Her., 5th S., vi.) 



Collison, Henry 

COLLISON. HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, Dec. 
23, 1870. S. and h. of Henrv (1812), R. of Bilney with 
Litcham, Norfolk. B. 1852, at Bilney. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1S71; B.A. 1876. Spent the last 12 years of 
his life big-game shooting in Mashonaland, etc. Died s.p. 
Mar. 5, 1888, in Kimberley hospital. Brother of Albert 
(1878). [Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

COLLISON, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 4, 1889. 
S. of Frederick William Portlock (1832), clerk [and Mary 
Thackeray]. B. Apr. 12, 1870, at Barnstaple. School, Forest, 
Walthamstow (Rev. Canon Gray). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
1892. Assistant Master at Heme House School, Margate, 
1892-4; at Lower School, Rugby, 1S95-1933-. Brother of 
Charles (18S5), etc. [Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

COLLISON, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Caius, Oct. 31, 1752. 
S. of William, brewer, of Tittleshall, Norfolk. B. at Brisley. 
Schools, Rishworth, Yorks. (Mr Wadsworth) and Swaffham, 
Norfolk (Mr Hest). Scholar, 1753-5- Of Thornham. gent. 
Married Elizabeth James, of Thornham, 1775- His father 
bequeathed him £700, 'at 27, or when he takes priest's 
orders; and 10 guineas for a gowne and castock (sic).' Living 
Oct. 16, 1791. [Venn, 11. 68; Misc. Gen. el Her., 5th S., vi.) 

COLLISSON, REGINALD KINGSMILL. Adm. at Caius, Oct. I, 
1876. S. of Matthew Anderson, clerk, deceased, of Highbury. 
London. B. there Tulv 25, 1857. Schools, Christ's Hospital 
and Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1876. Emigrated to 
America; returned and re-adm. 1888; B.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon (Bishop of Texas) 1882; priest, 18S5; C. of Texarkana, 
1882. Precentor of Dallas Cathedral, 1884. R. of Terrell, 
Texas, 1885-6. R. of Muncie, Indiana, 1.886-7. C of St 
Philip's, Kensington, London, 18S7-91. C. of Mortlake, 
Surrev, 1S01-7. V. of D'Entrecasteaux, Tasmania, 1897-8. 
R. of Carrick, 1S98-1908. R. of Christ Church, Mount 
Gambier, 1908-14. R. of Crafers, T914-26. P.C. of Mylor 
Mission, 1915-21. Rural Dean of Strathalbyn, 1920-5. Lie. 
pr., dio. Adelaide, 1921;-. Disappears from Crockford, 1933. 
Brother of the next. [Venn, II. 424.) 

COLLISSON, THOMAS COLLISSON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 15, 1S77. S. of Matthew Anderson, V. of Christ Church, 
Highbury. B. there Oct. 20, 1852. School, Christ's H< spilal. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. i88r; M.A. 1884, 1- ("nomas. 
Ord. deacon, 1SS0; priest (Manchester) 1882; C. of Hasling- 
den, 1S80-3. C. of Holv Trinity. Marylebone, London, 
1883-4. C. of St Jude's, South Kensington, London, 1884- 
90. C. of Frimley, 1895-6. V. of Upper and R. of Lower 
Gravenhurst, Beds., 1 896-1916- R.ofSwyre, Dorset, 1916-21. 
Died Jan. 29, 1921, aged 6S, at Swyre. Brother of the above. 
(Peile, 11. 658; The Times, Feb. I, 1921.) 

COLLS, JOHNFLOWERDEW. Adm. at Trinity, Oct. 21, 1826; 
a 'Ten-year man.' S. of Robert. B. Aug. 15, 1801. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Lent. 1837; B.D. 1837; D.D. 
1842. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest, 1831; C. of Hampstead, 
Middlesex. P.C. of St Anne's, Wandsworth, Surrey, 1845-6. 
C. of Newport, Essex, 1849-50. R. of Laindon and V. of 
Basildon, Essex, 1853-78. Author. Vindication of Infant 
Baptism; Utilitarianism unmasked. Died Nov. 19, 1878, atg, 
Hanover Street, Hanover Square, London. (Boase ; Merchant 
Taylors' Sell. Reg.; Brayley, Surrey, m. 496.) 

COLLS, THOMAS COOPER. Adm. at Sidney, June 19. TS19. 
S. of Thomas Cooper. B. at Horstead, Norfolk. School, 
North Walsham (Mr Reynolds). Matric. Michs. 1819. 
Migrated (age 29) to Christ's, Apr. 11, 1820; B.A. 1823; M.A. 
1827. Ord deacon (Norwich) June 13, 1824; priest, June iS, 
1 s^i, : c uf !:.■< . !.-, Suffolk Sometime r - - - 1 - i 1 - 1 1 1 at kingsneld, 
near Beccles; at Catton, Norfolk, in 1841. Died June 27, 
1849, aged 60, at Essex Street, Strand, London. (Peile, u. 
398; G. Mag ) 

COLLUM, ARTHUR PERCIVAL TODD (TOD|. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Oct. 15. 1888. S. and h. of William, late Capt., 
94th Regt., J. P. and D.L., Co. Fermanagh, Ireland. B. 
Feb. 26, 1866, at Bellevue, Co. Fermanagh. Schools, Chelten- 
ham College and Oxford Military College, Cowley. Matric. 
Michs. 1888. A member of the Irish Bar. Of Bellevue, Co. 
Fermanagh and Loughan House, Co. Cavan. (Late Capt., 
3rd Batt., Inniskilling Fusiliers.) D.L. and J. P. for Co. 
Fermanagh. High Sheriff. 1800. Sold his estate to his 
tenants in 1903, retaining the demesne grounds. Died Jan. 
28, 1911, at Bellevue, Enniskillen. (Burke, L.G.) 

COLLYER, CHARLES. Adm. Fell. -Com, at Trinity Hai.i . Jan. 
11, 1773. [2nd s. of Daniel, merchant, of the City of London 
(High Sheriff, 1749), and of Wroxham, Norfolk.] School, 
Eton. Matric Easter, 1-73 Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Feb. 16, 1776. Adm. at Christ's, Nov. 13, 1705. (Appears in 
the Study rents till Midsummer, 1798; may have resided part 
of the time.] Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 21, 1796; priest, 
Dee. 18, 17'i'e 'of Christ's'; R. of Gunthorpe-wtth-Bale, 
Norfolk, 1798-1830. R. of Thornage with Brinton, 1803-26. 



Collyer, Thomas 

R. of Cley-next-the-sea, 1828-30. Of Gunthorpe Hall, 
Norfolk. Married Sarah Maria, dau. of Edward Roger Pratt, 
of Ryston Hall, Norfolk, Feb. 9, 1782. Died Nov. 12, 1830, 
aged 75, at Norwich. Buried at Gunthorpe. M.I. Brother of 
Daniel (176S). [Eton Coll. Reg.; East Bradenham, 131; G. 
Mag. ; F. A. Crisp, Notes, vim; Peile, II. 341.) 

COLLYER, DANIEL. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity Hall, June 
21,1 768. S. and h. of Daniel, citizen and vintner, of the City 
of London [High Sheriff, 1749]- B - '752. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1770. Migrated to Clare, Mar. 20, 1773; M.A. 
(Lit Reg.) 1774. Fellow of Clare, 1774 (vacated Fellowship 
same year). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 18, 1771. Ord. 
deacon (Ely, Lilt. dim. from Norwich) Apr. 4, 1776; priest 
(Norwich) Julv 28, 1776; V. of Wroxham with Salehouse, 
Norfolk, 1776-1S01. V. of Raydon with Southwold, Suffolk, 
1777-1819. Of Wroxham Hall and Necton Lodge, Norfolk. 
Married Catherine, dau. of Tohn Bedingfield, Esq., of Caistor, 
Norfolk, Sept. 6, 1774. at Aylsham. Died Dec. 5, 1819, 
aged 67, at Southwold. Buried at Wroxham. Brother of 
Charles (1773) and father of John B. (1794)- (Burke, L.G.; 
Eton Coll. Reg.; F. A. Crisp, Notes, VIII.) 

COLLYER, DANIEL. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 6, 1866. 4th 
s. .if John (1S18), Esq., of Hackford Hall, Norfolk. B. Aug. 
25, 1848, at Little Shelford, Cambs. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1903. Ord. deacon, 1871; 
pnest (Norwich) 1872; C. of Falkenham, Suffolk, 1871-3. V.of 
( .-lie Acre, Norfolk, 1873-90. V.of Newton, 1883-90. Chap- 
lain at Hyeres, 1890-3; at Cannes, 1893-1903. Archdeacon of 
Malta, 1903-5. V.of St Paul's. Malta, 1903-5. V.ofWymond- 
ham, Norfolk, 1905-11. R. of Bobbingworth, Essex, 1911-10. 
Of Octagon House, Dedham, Essex. Married and had issue. 
Die.] lulv 25, 1024, aged 75. Brother of William R. (1861). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Burke, L.G., 1925.) 

COLLYER, GEORGE CLAYTON. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 1, 
1844. Did not reside. One of these names, M.R.C.S., 1818; 
L.S.A., 1835 ; practised in London; died at Cbeshunt, Feb. 13, 
1852, aged 64. (Venn, 11. 267; G. Mag.) 

COLLYER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 12, 1818. S. and 
h. of John Bedingfeld (next), Archdeacon of Norwich. B. 
there July 15, 1801. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1818; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. Fellow, 1828-31. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 15, 1S22, as 's. and h. of the Rev. John 
Bedingfield (sic), of Hackford Hall, Norfolk.' Called to the 
Bar. 1827. Commissary of Norwich, 1842. Judge of the 
County Courts, 1847-70. Of Hackford Hall, Reepham, 
Norfolk, T.P. Married Georgina Frances Amy, dau. of Sir 
William Johnston, Bart., of that ilk, and of Hilton, Aberdeen, 
Mar. 28, 1837. Author, legal. Died Sept. I, 1870. Buried 
at Hackford. Brother of Robert (1823); father of Daniel 
(1866) and William R. (1861). (List ofCarthus.; Burke, L.G.) 

COLLYER, JOHN BEDINGFELD. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 
30, 1794. 2nd s. of Daniel (176S). B. Jan. 26, 1777, at 
Drayton, Norfolk (registered at Wroxham). School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1795; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1808. Ord. 
priest (Norwich) May 3, 1S01; V. of Wroxham with Sale- 
house, Norfolk, 1801-57. Archdeacon of Norwich, 1844-57. 
Of Hackford Hall. Norfolk. J. P. and D.L. Married Catherine, 
dau. of William Alexander, Esq., of London, Mar. 18, 1800, 
.t St James's, Bury St Edmunds. Author, Charges and 
Sermons. Died Mar. 29, 1857. Buried at Wroxham. Father 
of Robert (1823) and the above. (Burke, L.G.; Vis. of Eng- 
land and Wales, ix.) 

COLLYER, JOHN HARRISON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 
30, 1848. S. of Thomas (1819), clerk, of Gislingham, Suffolk. 
Migrated to St John's. Nov. 12, 1850; matric. Michs. 1850; 
Re idm. at Emmanuel. Oct. 23, 1865; B.A., from St John's, 
1868. Perhaps brother of Thomas R. (1847). 

COLLYER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Feb. 23, 1823. 
2nd s. of John Bedingfield (1794). [B. May 8, 1804, at 
Norwich.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1823. 
Migrated (aged 19) to Trinity, Feb. 17, 1824; B.A. 1827; 
M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 10, 1827; priest, 
June 8, "1828; V. of Dersingham, Norfolk, 1828-40. R. of 
Gisleham, Suffolk, 1840-4. R. of Watcrden, 1844-6. R. of 
Warham, Norfolk, 1844-74. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1S56- 
74. Died unmarried Mar. 16, 1874. Buried at Warham St 
Mary. Brother of John (1818). (Burke, L.G. ; Vis. of England 
and Wales, ix.) 

COLLYER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 20, 1S19. 
Of Dorset. School, Norwich Free Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 25, 
1823; priest, June 13. 1S24; C. of West Wratting, Cambs., 
1826. C. of Littleport, 1830. V. of Bungay, Suffolk, 1831-90. 
R. of Gislingham, 1S51-90. Surrogate, dio. of Norwich. Died 
May 2, 1890, aged 90, at Gislingham. Father of John H. 
(1848) and perhaps of the next. (The Guardian, May 12, 
1890.) 



Collyer, Thomas Rugeley 

COLLYER. THOMAS RUGELEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 8, 1847. Of Cambs. [Perhaps s. of Thomas (above), 
clerk. 1 Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1853. Perhaps brother of 
John H. (1848). 

COLLYER, WILLIAM ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age rg) at 
Caius, Max. 27, 1861. 2nd s. of John {1818), Esq., J. P. and 
County Court judge. B. Jan. n, 1842, in London. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 1861-8; B.A. 1865; 
M.A. 1874. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1865-7. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 1866. Called to the Bar, 
1869. On the Norfolk Circuit and afterwards the Midland 
Circuit. Acting Chief Justice of Sierra Leone, 1879. Acting 
Puisne Judge in 1880 and later Acting Attorney-General, 
Gold Coast Colony. Queen's Advocate, Cyprus, 1882-92. 
Puisne Judge, 1892. Attorney- General, Straits Settlements, 
1903-6; retired. I.S.O.. 1903. Of Hackford Hall, Reepham, 
Norfolk. J. P. Died there Oct. 27, 1928. Brother of Daniel 
(1866). [Venn 11. 352; The Times, Oct. 29, 1928.) 

COLLYMORE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 
6,1810. S. of John. B. in the Barbados, West Indies. Matric. 
Michs. 1811. 

COLLYNS, CHARLES BAYLY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 1, 
1878. S. of George Nelson, M.R.C.S., of Hillsley, Moreton- 
hampstead, Devon. B. there Mav 16, 1859. School, West- 
minster (Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. Ord. 
deacon, 1883; priest (St Albans) 1884; C. of Leytonstone, 
Essex, 1883-5. C. of Stoke Damerel, Devon, 1885-95. V. of 
Plymstock, 1895-1913. Died June 8, 1913. 

COLMAN, ALAN COZENS-HARDY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. 2nd s. of Jeremiah James, of Carrow House, 
Norwich. B. Jan. 15, 1867, at Norwich. School, Amersham 
Hall, near Caversham, Oxon. (Mr West). Matric. Michs. 
18S5; B.A. 1888. Partner in the firm of J. and J. Colman, of 
Carrow Works, Norwich; director of the firm when it became 
a company, 1896. A member of the Norfolk County Council, 
1895. Died unmarried Feb. 7, 1897, at Luxor, Egypt. 
Buried in Thorpe Rosary cemetery, Norwich. (I 'is. of 
England and Wales, vm; Helen C. Colman.) 

COLMAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. iS. 
1836. S. of Edward. B. at Norwich. School, Bury, Suffolk 
(Mr Edwards). Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1842. Died Apr. 2, 
1842, aged 24, at Naples; 'only son of Edward, Capt., 
R.N.' (G. Mag., 1842, 1. 678.) 

COLMAN, EUGENE ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1897. S. of Ernest, of 154, Worple Road, Wimbledon, 
Surrey. B. Oct. n, 1878, at Merton, Surrey. School, St 
Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 1899; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1900. 

COLMAN, FREDERICK SELINCOURT. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, July 28, 1S79. Of Middlesex. S. of Frederick Charles, 
of Cumberland House, Kew, Surrey. [B. Aug. 18, 1857, at 
Shepherd's Bush, London.] School, King's College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 1880; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Winchester) 1883; C. of Free- 
mantle, Hants., 1882-4. C. of Petton, Salop, 1884-5. C. of 
Balham-Hill, Surrey, 1S85-7. V. of Earlsfield, Surrey, 18S7- 
92. V. of Kingston Vale, 1892-9. R. of Barwick-in-Elmet, 
Yorks., 1899-1910. R. of Hanbury, Worcs., 1910-17. 
Author, History of the Parish of Barwick-in-Elmet. Died 
May 8, 1917, aged 59, at Malvern. (Crockford; The Times, 
May 11, 1917.) 

COLMAN. GEORGE MAURICE HOBLYN. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. r, 1874. S. of George B.T., Lieut. -Col., 
of 12, Holland Road, Kensington, London, W. B. Jan. 5, 
1856, at Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas. School, 
Elizabeth College, Guemsev. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1878; M.A. and M.B. 1882. At St Thomas's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S. L.S.A. (London). Served in the Great 
War (Lieut. -Col., R.A.M.C). Of Forest rectory, Guernsey, in 
1927. Died Jan. 30, 1932. (Medical Who's Who, 1927; 
British Medical Journal, Apr. 2, 1932.) 

COLMAN, JEREMIAH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 27, 1878. 
S. and h. of Jeremiah, mustard and starch manufacturer. 
B. Apr. 24, 1859, at Upper Clapton, Middlesex. School, 
King's College, London (Dr Maclear). Matric. Michs. 1878; 
B.A. 1882; M.A. 1887. High Sheriff of Surrey, 1893. Master 
of the Skinners' Company, 1899-1900. Chairman of Reigate 
Petty Sessions Court, 1902-28. A Lieutenant of the City of 
London. Built and presented the Colman Institute, Red'hill, 
1904. Created Bart., Nov. 26, 1907. Chevalier, Order of 
Leopold; Commander of the Order of St John of Jerusalem. 
Chairman of J. and J. Colman, Ltd. (Norwich and London). 
Director of the Commercial Union Assurance Co. Married 
and had issue. Donor to the University of the sum of £2000 
for a Library for the Biochemistry Department, 1924 ; 
Chairman of the Dunn Trustees, responsible for the establish- 
ment of the new Biochemistry School. Of Gatton Park, 



Colquhoux, John Stewart 

Surrey. J. P. and D.L. Died Jan. 16, [942. [Hist. Reg., 
Suppl., 11. 24; Vis. of England and Wales, vm; Burki , P. 
and B.; Who's Who.) 

COLMAN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Nov. 7, 1769. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar; B.A. 1774. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Aug. 6, 1775; priest, Sept. 23, 1781; C. of 
All Saints' and St Julian's, Norwich, 1775- R. of Langham 
St Mary, Suffolk, 1776-1824. R. of Knapton, Norfolk, 1788- 
1837. V. of Oulton, 1794-8. R. of Eccles, 1803-6. R. of 
Swathfield (or Swafield), 1806-37. Died Aug. 12, 18 37, 
aged 92 (sic), at Wicklewood, Norfolk. (Blomeneld, List of 
Norfolk Benefices; G. Mag,, 1837, 1. 453.) 

COLMAN, SAMUEL SUMMERS, see SUMMERS. 

COLNETT, ELSON ISAAC. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1S85; 
B.A. iSSS; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1890; 
priest, 1891; C. of Plumstead, Kent, 1890-2. C. of Much 
Hadham, Herts., 1S92-1906. C. of Loughton, Essex, 1S96- 
1903. C. of Wickham St Paul's, 1903-4. V. of Chadwell 
Heath and Chaplain of West Ham Asylum, 1904-13. R. of 
Willingale Spain, 1913-28. Lived latterly at Gloucester. Died 
there Mar. 19, 1931, aged 67. (Crockford; The Tunes.) 

COLOMBINE, PAUL, see COLUMBINE. 

COLPOYS, ADAIR GRIFFITH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 15, 

1867. Did not reside. [Probably s. of James Adair Griffith, 
who assumed the additional surname of Colpovs, R. of 
Droxford, Hants.] 

COLQUHOUN, EWING [PYE]. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 
14, 1844. 3rd s. of James (next), Esq., resident Consul- 
General for the Hanse Towns. B. Sept. 11, 1827, at Pens- 
hurst, Kent. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1846; 
Scholar, 1847; B.A. 1850. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 2, 

1850, age 22, as 'scholar of St John's College, Cambridge.' 
Called to the Bar, 1869. Died Feb. 13, 1875, at Naples. 
Brother of James C. H. (1S44) and Patrick M. (1833). (T. C. 
Dale, Inner Temple Adm. Bk.) 

COLQUHOUN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 17, 1797. 
Of Scotland. Kept three terms by residence; name off, 
Sept. 3, 1798. S. and h. of Patrick, Lord Provost of Glasgow. 
B. June 7, 1780, at Kelvin Grove, Lanarks. Private Secretary 
to Henry Dundas, Secretary of State (War Department), 
1806. Deputy Agent-General for the payment of volunteers, 
1809. Consul -General in Great Britain for the Free Hanseatic 
Republics of Hamburgh, Bremen and Liibeck, 1817-55. 
Agent for the City of Hamburgh, 1S20. Consul -General in 
England for the King of Saxony, 1827; had charge of the 
Legation of the King of Saxony in London at frequent in- 
tervals. Appointed by the Grand Duke of Oldenburg to be 
his Charge d'Affaires in London, 1848; received the star of 
a Commander of the Royal Saxon Order of Civil Merit, and 
assumed the title of Chevalier de Colquhoun. As Hanseatic 
plenipotentiary, signed commercial treaties with Great 
Britain, etc. Died Julv 23, 1855, at Stratford Place, London. 
Father of James C. H. (1844), Patrick M. (1833) and the 
above. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; G. Mag.) 

COLQUHOUN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Nov. 
28, 1S53. S. of John [of Luss, Dumbartons., author of The 
Moor and the Loch; for whom see D.N.B.]. B. Mar. 3, 1835, 
at Portobello, Edinburgh. School, Edinburgh Academy (Dr 
Hannah). Matric. Michs. 1854. Entered the Army (Capt., 
4th Dragoon Guards; Lieut. -Col., Highland Borderers). D.L. 
for Dumbartonshire. Factor on the Luss estates. Married 
and had issue. Well known as a rifle shot and steeplechase 
rider. Died v.p. Feb. 28, 1S83. (Edinburgh Acad. Reg.; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

COLQUHOUN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 2, 1863. 
S. and h. of Sir James, Bart., of Luss, Dumbartons. B. Mar. 
30, 1844, at Edinburgh. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. 1S67; M.A. 1871. Succeeded his father as 5th 
Bart., Dec. 18, 1873. Of Luss, Dumbartons. Lord-Lieut, 
of Co. Dumbarton. J. P. for Poole. Died s.p.m. Mar. 13, 
1907. (G.E.C.y v. 249; Burke, P. and B.) 

COLQUHOUN, JAMES CHARLES HENRY. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, Dec. 12, 1844. 2nd s. of James (1797), Consul-General 
of the Hanse Towns. B. Feb. 1, 1826. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1845; (Law Classes, 1st Class, 1847-S); LL.H. 

1851. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 1, 1S47; no call; 
name withdrawn, Nov. 14, 1871. A well-known oarsman. 
Resided for many years at Cannes; founded thr 
Nautique there. Known as the Chevalier de Col] 

Died Mar. 22, 1891, at Cannes. Brother of Patrick M. (1833) , 
etc. (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

COLQUHOUN, JOHN STEWART (STUART). Adm. 1 
Emmanuf.i., July 7, 1854. Of Staffs. [S. and h. of D 
gent., of Leek.] Matric. Easter, 1855. Adm. .11 tin- Middle 
Temple, Nov. 21, 1865, as John Stuart. Called to tb 

1868. Kquity Draftsman and Convevancer. j F'ost. 
at the Bar.) 



I03 



Colquhoun, Patrick [MacChombaich] 

COLQUHOUN, PATRICK [MacCHOMBAICH]. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Feb. 27, 1833. Of Middlesex. S. and h. of James 
(1797), Consul-General of the Hanse Towns. B. Apr. 13, 
1815. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1833; Scholar; 
B.A. 1837; M.A. 1844; LL.D. 1851. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Mav 1, 1834. Called to the Bar, r838. Q.C., 1868. 
Bencher, 1869. Treasurer, 1888. LL.D. (Heidelberg) 1838. 
Plenipotentiary for the Hanse Towns (through his father's 
connection) in Turkev, Persia and Greece, 1840-4. Returned 
to England and joined the Home Circuit. Aulic Counsellor 
to the King of Saxony and standing Counsel to the Saxon 
Legation, 1857-66. Member of the Supreme Court of Justice, 
Corfu, l858-6r. Chief Justice of the Ionian Isles, 1861-4. 
Knighted, Nov. r4, r86r. Fellow of the Royal Society of 
Literature, r845; Vice-President, r869; President, 1886. A 
remarkable linguist ; spoke most of the tongues and many of 
the dialects of Europe. A noted oarsman; won the Wingfield 
sculls. Founded the Colquhoun Sculls for the benefit of 
the Lady Margaret Boat Club, 1S35 ; afterwards open to the 
University. Author, A Summary of Roman Civil Law; 
Philological Sketch of the Languages of Europe, etc. Married 
Katherine, dau. of M. de St Vitalis, r843. Died May 18, 1891, 
at 2, King's Bench Walk, Temple. Brother of Ewing P. 
(r844) etc. (Inner Temple Benchers; D.N.B., Suppl.) 

COLQUHOUN, ROBERT WOODS. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 
1886. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 14, 1887; from Ayerst H. 
S. of Thomas. B. Oct. 18, 1857, at Fauney, Duramanagh, 
Co. Tyrone. B.A. 1888; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon 1888; 
priest (Down) 1890; C. of Christ Church, Belfast r8S8-90. 
C. of St Faith's, Maidstone, Kent, 1890-4. C. of St James's, 
Ealing Dean, London W., 1894-8. P.C. of Park Chapel, 
Chelsea, 1898-1906. V. of St Catherine's, Ventnor, Isle of 
Wight, 1906-17. V. of St Paul's, Leamington, 1919-28. V. of 
Congresbury with Wick, Somerset, 1928-35. Resident at 
Southborough, Kent, in r939. (Peile, II. 731; Crockford.) 

COLQUHOUN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. 12, 1825. 3rd s. of Sir James, Bart. B. Oct. 1, 1806, at 
Luss, Dumbartons. School, Edinburgh High (Mr PiUans). 
Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. r83o; M.A. 1833. J. P. and D.L. 
for Dumbarton. Died unmarried Mar. 22, 1884. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

COLQUHOUN, WILLIAM [JAMES] HILLERSDON. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Trinity, Mav 10, 1820. S. of William, deceased, 
late Lieut-Col., 1st Regt. of Guards. B. at Elstow, Beds. 
School, Bedford (Mr Brereton). Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 
1825; M.A. 1828. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 30, 
1826, as 'only s. of William, Esq., late of Elstow, Beds., 
deceased.' Died unmarried Sept. 22, 1861. (Burke, P. and 
B.) 

COLQUITT, JOHN SCROPE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 6, 1792. S. and h. of John, of Liverpool. B. 1775. 
School, Rugby. Migrated to Trinity Hall, Apr. 16, 1793- 
Col. in the Guards; severely wounded at Barossa; mortally 
wounded at the capture of Seville, Apr. 1812. (Rugby Sch. 
Reg.) 

COLQUITT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Nov. 
5, 1776. S. of William. B. in Liverpool. School, Liverpool. 
Matric. Michs. 1776; B.A. 1781. 

COLSON, ALFRED EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Dec. 13, 1865. S. of Henry (1832), clerk, deceased. B. at 
Richmond, Surrey. School, Berwick-on-Tweed Grammar 
(Rev. W. Mirrielees). Matric. Michs. 1866. 

COLSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 12, 1835. 
Of Surrey. S. of Edward, merchant, of London. B. Mar. II, 
1818. School, Dedham (Dr George Taylor). Matric. Michs. 
1835; Scholar; B.A. (yd Wrangler) 1839; M.A. 1842. Fellow, 
1840. Helped to found the Cambridge Camden Society, 
1839; Secretary, 1839-40. Ord. deacon, 1841; priest (Ely) 
1842; C. of St Giles', Cambridge, 1841. P.C. of Hoddesdon, 
Herts., 1842. R. of Gt Hormead, r842-74; undertook the 
restoration of the church, raising the £2300 required. Rural 
Dean of Rochester, 1874-9. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1874- 
1901. R. of Cuxton, Kent, 1874-1901. An intimate friend of 
the Rev. H. H. Hughes, R. of Layham, Suffolk; his executor 
and residuary legatee, in which capacity he acted with 
remarkable generosity and self-denial by founding the 
Hughes Exhibition at St John's for Ecclesiastical History; 
and placing a window in the College Library to his memory. 
'An Evangelical in the true sense of that word.' Died Apr. 
25,1901. Buried at Gt Hormead. M.I. at Cuxton. Father of 
Francis H. (1875) and the next. (Eagle, xxn; Records of 
Rochester; Crockford.) 

COLSON, CHARLES GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 7. 
1867. S. of Charles (1835), clerk. School, Felsted. Matric. 
Michs. 1867; Scholar; B.A. (isr* Wrangler) 1871; M.A. 1874. 
Mathematical Lecturer at St Andrews University. Inspector 
of Schools in Ceylon; in England, 1879, serving in Yorkshire, 
Kent and Bedfordshire. Died Sept. 7, 1918, aged 69, at 
Epperstone, Beds. Brother of the next. (Felsted Sch. Reg.; 
The Times, Sept. 13. i'U' s .) 



Colt, Frederick Hoare 

COLSON, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 29, 
1875. S. of Charles (1835), clerk. B. Apr. 1857, at Gt Hor- 
mead, Herts. [Bapt. May 31, 1857.] School, Haileybury. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1878; Prizeman; B.A. (4th 
Classic) 1880; M.A. t883. Fellow, 1881-7. Assistant Master 
at Clifton College, 1881-3. Classical Master at Bradford 
Grammar School, r883-g. Head Master of Plymouth College, 
1889-1908. Member of the Plymouth Education Committee, 
1903-8. Of 23, Grange Road, Cambridge. Author, Quin- 
tilian, Bk 1, edited with introduction and commentary; 1 he 
Week; The Works of Philo (trans., in 10 vols.). Died June 
rr, 1943. Brother of the above. (Haileybury Coll. Reg.; 
Schoolmasters' Directory; Roll of the Regent House, 1939.) 

COLSON, FRANCIS TOVEY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 2, 1877. Of Hants. B. Sept. 24, 1858, at Southampton. 
School, Banister's Court, Southampton. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
Scholar, 1S79; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, r88i; 
priest (Oxford) 1882; C. of Reading, 1881-8. V. of Warley, 
Essex, 1888-92. V. of St John-the-Evangelist with St 
Stephen, Reading, 1892-1909. Hon. Canon of Christ Church, 
Oxford, 1903-29. V. of Highfield, Oxon., T909-20. Rural 
Dean of Salop, ^19-29. Resided latterly at Bardwell Road, 
Oxford. Died May 19, 1929, aged 70, at Portsmouth. Buried 
there. (Crockford; The Times, May 20, 1929.) 

COLSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, July 3, 1832. 
School, Dedham (Rev. Dr G. Taylor. Matric. Michs. 1832; 
B.A. 1837; M.A. r8 4 2. C. of St John's, Richmond, r84?. C. 
of Sampford Spiney, Devon, and Head Master of Tavistock 
Grammar School, 1848-50. Died Apr. 26, 1850, at Tavistock. 
Father of Alfred E. (1865). (G. Mag., 1850, I. 679.) 

COLSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 19, 1886. S. 
of William, shoe manufacturer, deceased. B. Jan. 4, 1867, at 
Rushden, Northants. School, Wellingborough (Mr H. E. 
Piatt). Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 1892; 
priest (London) 1894; C. of St Michael-at-Bowes, London, 
1892-5. Died Sept. 4, 1895, aged 28, at the rectory, Chailey, 
Sussex. (Scott, MSS.) 

COLSON, JOHN MORTON. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Jesus, Mar. rS, 
1814; from Oxford. Matric. (Wadham College) July 6, 1809, 
age 18. S. of Thomas Morton, R. of Pilsdon, Dorset, and of 
Linkenholt, Hants. B. at Dorchester. School, Hyde Abbey, 
Winchester (Mr Richards). Matric. Michs. l8r4; (Civil Law 
Classes, rst Class, 18:5-16); LL.B. :8i7. Ord. deacon, 1814; 
priest, :8:6. R. of St Peter's, Dorchester, :822-63. R. of 
Linkenholt, Hants., :830-63. Domestic Chaplain to Lord 
Wynford. Died Sept. 14, 1863. M.I. at Dorchester St Peter. 
(Al. Oxon.; Hutchins, II. 385; G. Mag., :863, 11. 5:5.) 

COLSTON, ALEXANDER. B.A. 1769, incorp. from Oxford; 
M.A. from Clare, 1769. [S. of Alexander (Ready), gent., of 
Filkins, Oxon.] Matric. (Trinity College, Oxford), Jan. 28, 
1759. a g e x 7; B - A - (Oxford) 1763. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
Jan. 7, 1764; priest (Oxford) Jan. 2, 1765; R. of Bradwell, 
Oxford, r765-92. R. of Henbury, Gloucs., 1786-92. Chaplain 
to Dowager Baroness Middleton. His father, Alexander 
Ready, of the Middle Temple in 1734, assumed the surname 
of Colston.] (Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.) 

COLSTON, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1893. [S. of John, surgeon, of 187 and :89, Mill Road, 
Cambridge. B. Jan. 19, 1875, at Harleston, Norfolk.] Schools, 
Chesterfield Grammar and Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1S93; Scholar; B.A. (17th Wrangler) 1896; M.A. :902. 

COLSTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, July 2, 
:765. S. of Robert, farmer, of Alford, Lines. B. there Feb. 
22, r747. Schools, Alford (Mr Sugar) and Peterborough (Mr 
Marsham). Matric. Michs. r765; Scholar, 1766; B.A. :76g; 
M.A. :772. Fellow. R. of Ulcebv with Fordington, Lines., 
1776-96. V. of Billesby, 1779-96. Died at Alston, 'in his 49th 
year'. (Cant. Act Bk.) 

COLSTON, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 20) at Trinity 
Hall, Feb. 28, 18:7; from Oriel College, Oxford. Matric. 
(Oriel College) Dec. 14, 1814, 'age 18. as s. of Edward, of 
Bradwell, Oxon.' [2nd s. of [Edward] Francis, Esq., of 
Filkins Hall, Oxon.] School, Eton. Matric. Lent, i8r7; 
(Civil Law Classes, tst Class, 1821-2); LL.B. 1822. Of 
Theescombe, Gloucs. In Holy Orders. Died Jan. 16, 1844, 
aged 45 (sic), at Broughton Hall, Oxon. (Al. Oxon.; Eton 
Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1844, 1. 327.) 

COLT, FRANCIS DYMOCK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 21, 
1883. S. of Frederick Hoare (next), of 6, Adamson Road, S. 
Hampstead, London. B. Jan. 2, 1864, in London. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Died 
Dec. 10, 1937, aged 73, at Derryclose, Heswall, Cheshire. 
Brother of George H. (1897). (The Times, Dec. n, 1937.) 

COLT, FREDERICK HOARE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
June 11, 1846. 2nd s of Nathaniel. B. 1826, at Cheltenham, 
Gloucs. School, Cheltenham (Rev. J. Balfour). Matric. 
Michs. 1846. Migrated to Trinity, Dec. 16, 1846; B.A. 1850. 
President of the Union, 184S. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 






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Colt, George Herbert 

Apr. 22, 1850, as '2nd s. of Nathaniel, late of Cheltenham, 
gent.' Called to the Bar, 1S53. Equity Draftsman and Con- 
veyancer, Bencher, 1889. Author, legal. Died Mar. 29, 1907, 
aged 81, at 6, Adamson Road, South Hampstead. Father 
of the next and the above. (Venn, 11. 276.) 
COLT, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1897. S. of Frederick Hoare (above), barrister, of the Inner 
Temple. B. July 19, 1S78, in London. School, Tonbridge 
(Exhibitioner). "Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 1S9S; (Nat. 
Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1900); B.A. 1900; M.B. and B.C. 
1904; M.A. 1906. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, House 
Surgeon and Senior Resident Anaesthetist. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1904. F.R.C.S., 1908. Senior House Surgeon at 
Derby Roval Infirmary. In practice at Aberdeen; surgeon to 
the Aberdeen Roval Infirmary. Served in the Great War 
(Major, R.A.M.C; Capt. of the 1st Scottish Hospital; men- 
tioned in despatches). Holder of the Royal Humane Society's 
medal. Residing at 12, Bon Accord Square, Aberdeen. 
Brother of Francis D. (1883). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Medical 
Directory.) 

COLT, HENRY SHAPLAND. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 25, 1887. 
S. of G. N., barrister-at-law. B. 1869. School, Monkton 
Combe. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. Secretary of the 
Sunningdale Golf Club, 1901-13. Played golf for England, 
1908. Of East Hendred, Wantage, Berks. J. P. for Berks., 
1916. [Monkton Combe Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1936.) 

COLT, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 21) at St John's, Nov. 15, 1775. 
2nd s. of the Rev. Sir John Dutton, Bart., of Leominster, 
and R. of Letton and Willerslev, Heref. School, Leominster. 
Scholar, 1776; matric. Michs. 1779; B.A. 1780. Ord. deacon 
(Hereford) May 21, 1780; priest, Sept. 21, 1780; C of Kim- 
bolton with Middleton, Heref., 1780. Married Mallet, dau. 
of James Bowman Clarke, of Leominster, Jan. 9, 1783. 
Died s.p. Aug. 31, 1832. (Burke, P. and B., 1934; St John's 
Coll. Adm., iv.) 

COLTHURST, see also COULTHURST. 

COLTHURST, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Mar. 
21,1770. Of Cork. [4th s. of Sir John, Bart., of Ardrum, Co. 
Cork.] Matric. Easter, 1770; Scholar; B.A. 1774- R- of 
Desertmartin, Londonderry. Chaplain to the Earl of Bristol, 
Bishop of Derry. Died 1827, aged 74. (G. Mag., 1S27, 1. 473) 

COLTHURST, JOSEPH RIVERSDALE. Adm. pens, at Christ's. 
Apr. 18, 1893. S. of Herbert Baldwin, barrister-at-law. B. 
Mar. 30, 1874, at Danesport, Cavan, Ireland. Schools, 
Dublin High, Queen's Service Academy, Dublin, and Royal 
Military Acaderav, Woolwich. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar, 
1893; B.A. (i$th Wrangler) 1896; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon 
(Cork) 1901; priest (Worcester) 1904. C. of Queenstown, 
Cork, 1901-2. Assistant Master at Malvern College, 1903-7. 
Chaplain of Magdalen Asylum, Dublin, 1907-12. Lie. pr., 
dio. Dublin, 1912-15. C. of St Ann's, Dublin, 1915-17. C. 
of St Marv's, Dublin, 1917-23. C. of Kilbride, Arklow, 1923- 
7. Lie. pr., dios. Dublin, Glendalough and Kildare, 1927-31. 
R. of Calary, Co. Wicklow, 1931-40. (Peile, 11. 782; 
Crock ford, 1939.) 

COLTHURST or COULTHURST, Sir NICHOLAS CONWAY, 
Bart. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity, Oct. 13, 1808. [S. and 
h. of Sir Nicholas Conway, Bart., deceased.] B. Jan. 1789. 
Matric. Michs. 1809; M.A. 1S11. Succeeded his father as 4th 
Bart., July, 1795. M.P. for Cork, 1812-19. Sometime 
Capt., 68th Foot; Col., Cork Militia. Married Elizabeth, dau. 
of Col. George Vesey, of Lucan House, Dublin, Nov. n, 1819. 
Died June 22, 1829. (Burke, P. and B.) 

COLTHURST, RICHARD CHARLES JAMES BUNTER. Adm. 
pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1889. S. of Jacob 
Bunter, surgeon, deceased, of Merthyr. B. at Tyr Phil, 
Glam. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. 
deacon (Richmond, for Chester) 1894; priest (Chester) 1895; 
C. of Stockport, 1894-7. Held various curacies, 1897-1906. 
V. of St Patrick's, Birmingham, 1906-8. V. of Hampton-in- 
Arden, Warws., 1908-39-. (Crockford.) 

COLTMAN, ARTHUR FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
1, 1880. Did not reside. S. of William Bacheler (1846). 
School, Eton-. Died Dec. 1882. Brother of Thomas L. 
(1889) and William H. (1882). (Lines. Pedigrees, 1182; Eton 
Sch. Lists.) 

COLTMAN, FRANCIS JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trivity, 
Mar. 30, 1850. 3rd s. of Thomas (1798). B. in Middlesex. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1850; Scholar, 1853; [22nd 
Wrangler, 1854); B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 14, 1847. Called to the Bar, i860. Bencher, 
1886. Sometime Revising Barrister for Hull and for the East 
Riding, Yorks. Of Ashby Puerorum and Scrayfield, Lines. 
Joint author of Hopwood and Coltman's Registration Cases, 
1869-77. Died Jan. 9, 1908, aged 76, at 9. Atherstone 
Terrace, South Kensington. Brother of William B. (1846) 
and father of the next. (Lines. Pedigrees, 1182; Inner Temple 
Masters of the Bench.) 



COLTON Or COULTON, CALEB 

COLTMAN, HEW LISTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 
18S7. S. of Francis Joseph (above), of 9, Atherstone Terrace, 
London. B. Feb. 7, 1868, in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1SS7; B.A. 1890. Electrical engineer. Died July 10, 
J 933. aged 65, at n, Tregunter Road, S.W. (The Times, 
July 13, 1933.) 

COLTMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 3, 
1793- S. of John, of Hull. School, Charterhouse, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1794; Scholar, 1796; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1802. 
R. of Shamford, Leics. R. of Hammeringham with Scra- 
field, Lines., 1801-37. R. of Beverley, Yorks., 1803-13. 
Married Mrs Barrat. Nov. 1802. [Said to have died unmarried 
1837 in Lines. Pedigrees.] Brother of Thomas (next). 

COLTMAN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 29, 
1798. 4th s. of John, Esq., of Beverley, Yorks. B. July 9, 
1781. Schools, Charterhouse and Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1798; Scholar, 1800; B.A. (13** Wrangler) 1803; M.A. 1806. 
Fellow, 1805. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 10, 1803. Called 
to the Bar, 1808. Adm. at the Inner Temple (ad ewuiem), 
June 27, 1810. Bencher, 1831. K.C., 1832. Serjeant-at-l ;iw. 
1837. Judge of the Court of C.P., 1837. Knighted, Feb. 24, 
1837. Married Anna Duckworth, sister of Samuel Duckworth, 
Master in Chancery. Died Julv 11, 1849. Brother of the 
above; father of W'illiam B. (1S46) and Francis J. (1850). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; T. C. Dale; Lines. Pedigrees.) 

COLTMAN, THOMAS LISTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of William Bacheler (next), of 13, Queen's Gate 
Gardens, London. B. May 31, 1870, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1S90; B.A. 1893. Solicitor (Cunliffe 
and Davenport). Brother of Arthur F. (1880). 

COLTMAN, WILLIAM BACHELER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 10, 1846. [2nd s. of Thomas (1798).] B. 1828. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1847; (13th Wrangler, 1851); B.A. 
1857; M.A. i860. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 21, 1851. 
Called to the Bar, 1854. On the North Eastern Circuit. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 2, 1863. J. P. for Co. Aberdeen. 
Lord of the Manor of Scrafield, Lines. Sometime Colonel of 
the Inns of Court Volunteers. Of Blelack, near Dennett, Co. 
Aberdeen, and of 13, Queen's Gate Gardens. Editor of 
Hayes' Concise Conveyancer. Died suddenly Oct. 22, 1902, at 
Edinburgh. Brother of Francis J. (1850); father of Thomas 
L. (1889), the nextani Arthur F. (i88o).(Foster, Men at the 
Bar; Eton Sch. Lists; Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court.) 

COLTMAN, WILLIAM HEW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 
1882. S. of William [Bacheler], (above), of 8, Hyde Park 
Gardens, London. B. June 5, 1863, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1S85. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, June 13, 18S4, as 's. of William Batcheler, barrister-at- 
law.' Called to the Bar. Served in the Great War (Major, 
Gordon Highlanders; wounded). Of Daljarrock, Ayrshire. 
Died Sept. 8, 1937, aged 74, at Nairn. Brother of Thomas L. 
(1889), etc. (The Times, Sept. 13, 1937.) 

COLTMAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Dec. 27, 1810. S. of William Joseph. B. in London. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1811. Migrated to Oxford; 
matric. (Brasenose) Mar. 9, 1814, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 
1816; M.A. (Oxford) 1820. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 8, 
1817. Called to the Bar, 1824, as 's. and h. of William 
Joseph, Esq., late of Upper Harley Street, London, deceased.' 
Of Naburn Hall, Yorks. J. P. and D.L. Married Phila- 
delphia, dau. of George Worsley, R. of Stonegrave, Y'orks., 
June 6, 1826. Died Aug. 1872. (Al. Oxon.; List of Carthus.; 
Lines. Pedigrees, 1181.) 

COLTON, BARFOOT. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 11, 1755. 
Of Berks. [S. of Caleb, V. of Shrivenham, Berks. Bapt, 
there Aug. 24, 1736.] School, Eton. Migrated to King's, 
Mar 12, 1756; matric. Easter, 1756; B.A. 1760; M.A. 1763. 
Fellow of King's, 1759-65. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 27, 1759; 
priest, Sept. 14, 1760. V. of Shrivenham, Berks., 1764-1803. 
R. of Somerton, Oxon., 1769-1803. Preb. of Salisbury, 
1783-1803. [Probably Chaplain at St John's, Newfound- 
land, 1774-8, and to the Plymouth Garrison, 1779.] Died 
Dec. 1803. Father of the next. (Eton Coll. Reg.; Cant. Act 
Bk.) 

COLTON or COULTON, CALEB. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Nov. 12, 1796. S. of Barfoot (above), V. of 
Shrivenham, Berks. [Bapt. there Dec. 11, 1777.] M 
Michs. 1799; B.A. 1S01; M.A. 1804. Fellow, 1799-1818. 
P.C. of Prior's Portion, Tiverton, Devon, 1S01-17 
Kew and Petersham, Surrey, 1817-28; removed for non- 
residence. Of eccentric disposition. For a time lived in 
London and carried on business as a wine merchant. 
visited America, finally settling in Paris. Became known at 
the gaming tables in the Palais Royal. Author, Lacon, etc. 
Committed suicide at Fontainebleau, Apr. 28, 183.'. 1 1] 
memoir see G. Mag., 1832, 1. 564, where his exact relation- 
ship to the Rev. Barfoot Colton is not established. (Eton 
Coll. Reg.; D.N.B., where he occurs as Charles Caleb, 
'probably a son of Barfoot Colton of King's.') 



I05 



Colton-Fox, Barnard B. and John S. 

COLTON-FOX, BARNARD BROOMHEAD and JOHN STAVE- 
LEY, see BROOMHEAD. 

COLUMBINE or COLOMBINE, PAUL. Adm. peas, (age 20) at 
Caius, June 29, 1752. S. of Peter, weaver [and mayor], 
of Norwich [and Esther, dau. of Simeon Waller, alderman 
of Norwich]. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1752; Scholar, 1752-6; 
B.A. (yd Wrangler) 1756; M.A. 1759. D.D. (Lambeth). 
Ord. deacon (Ely) June II, 1756; priest (Ely, Litt. dim. from 
Norwich) Mar. 6, 1757. C. of Wentworth, Caiubs., r7 5 6. R. 
of Thurlton, Norfolk, 1757-1821. P.C. of Hardley, 1757- 
1821. R. of Chilton. Suffolk, 1804-21. R. of Bnindall and 
Little Plumstead, Norfolk, 1808-21. Died Nov. n 1821 
M.I. at Little Plumstead. (Venn, II. 68.) 

COLVILE, EDEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 18, 1837. S. of 
Andrew Wedderburn (who assumed the surname of Colvile, 
June 22, 1814), founder of the Royal Mail Steam Packet 
Co. B. Feb. 12, 1819. School, Eton. Matric. Miens. 1837; 
B.A. 1841. Went to the Red River as agent to the Hudson 
Bay Company. Manager of the Beauharnais Settlement 
near Montreal. Member for Beauharnais for two years. 
Governor of the Red River Settlement till 1852. Returned 
to England, 1852. Chairman of the Royal Mail Steam Packet 
Co., 1880-93. A Commissioner of Supply for Fifeshire. Heir 
presumptive to the baronetcy of Wedderburn, Dec. 15, 
1882-93. Died Apr. 2, 1893, in Devonshire. Brother of 
James W. (1S26). {Eton Sch. Lists; Boose, iv. Suppl.) 

COLVILE or C0LV1LLE, HENRY CHARLES ASGILL. Matric. 
Non-Coil. Michs. 1894. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 5, 
1895. S. and h. of Charles Frederick, Lieut. -Col., of 45, 
Emperor's Gate, South Kensington, London. B. May 11, 
1868. School, Marlborough. Formerly an architect in 
London. B.A. 1S97; M.A. 1929. Ord. deacon, 189S; priest 
(Lichfield) 1899; C. of Cannock, 1S98-1901 and 1904-7. C. 
of Cheddleton, 1901-3. C. of Ocker Hill, Tipton, 1907-S; 
V. there, r9o8-i7. R. of Halesowen, Worcs., 1917-36. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1929-39-. R. of Ripple, 1939-. Married 
and had issue. (Burke, L.G., 1925; G. B. Routledge; Crock- 
ford, 1939.) 

COLVILE, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
July 4, 1826. S. and h. of Andrew [Wedderburn], Esq., of 
Craigtlower, Fifes. B. Jan. 12, 1810, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1827; Scholar, 1830; B.A. r83i; M.A. 
1S34. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 11, 1832. Called to 
the Bar, 1835. Bencher, 1866. Knighted, Dec. 9, 1848. 
Advocate-General to the East India Company in Bengal, 
1845-8. Judge of the Supreme Court of Calcutta, 1848. 
Chief Justice, 1855-9; retired. P.C, 1859. Assessor to the 
Judicial Committee of the Privv Council on Indian Appeals, 
1859-80. Member of the Judicial Committee, 1865; appointed 
to one of the paid seats in 1872. Of Craigtlower and Ochiltree, 
Fifes. President of the Asiatic Society of Calcutta. F.R.S., 
1875. Married and had issue. Died Dec. 6, 1880. Buried at 
Craigtlower. Brother of Eden (1837). (Inner Temple 
Benchers; D.cV.B.; Burke, P. and B.) 

COLVILE, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 
1817. Of Gloucs. [S. and h. of Nathaniel, D.D., R, of 
Lowsnall, Suffolk.] Matric. Michs. 1818; Scholar; B.A. 
1822; M.A. 1825. Ord. priest (Bristol) Dec. 12, 1824; R. of 
Great and Little Livermere, Suffolk, 1824-32. Married 
Emma, dau. of Christopher Barton Metcalfe, Esq., of West 
Ham, Essex, and of Hawstead, Suffolk. Brother of William 
(IS.-). (Burke, L.G., 1S62.) 

COLVILE, ROBERT ACTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 6, 
1855. S. of Augustus AsgiU, clerk. B. Oct. 4, 1832, at Gt 
Livermere, Suffolk. School, Brighton. Matric. Michs. 1853 
B.A. 1857. Ord. deacon (Ely) rS57; priest, 1858; C. (to his 
father) at Great and Little Livermere, 1857-9. C. of Dil- 
horne. Staffs., 1859-60. C. of North and South Lopham, 
Norfolk, 1861-2. C. of St Cleophas, Liverpool, 1870-2. 
Minister at St Mark's, Notting Hill, London, W., 1872-5. 
Resident at Hornsea. Hull, Yorks., c. 1892-1906. Died there 
unmarried Sept. 6, 1906, aged 74. (Peile, n. 530; Burke, 

COLVILE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, Oct. 9, 1822. 
2nd s. of Nathaniel, D.D., R. of Lowshall, Suffolk. B. 1804. 
Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. (24/* Wrangler) 1827; M.A. 1830. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Oct. 7, r827; priest, Oct. 19, 1828; 
R. of Baylham, Suffolk, 1828-59. Succeeded his father as 
R. of Broome, Norfolk, 1828-59. Married Margaret Augusta, 
dau. of General Kelso. Died Apr. 28, 1859, at Baylham 
rectory. Brother of Nathaniel (1817). (Burke, L.G.; G. 
Mag., 1859, 1. 652; Walford, Co. Fam., i860.) 

C0LV1LL, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 15, 

1875. Matric. Michs. 1S75; Scholar; B.A. 1879. 
COLVILL, EDWARD ALBERT LESLIE. Adm. at Selwyn H., 

Oct. 1, 1887. S. of H. G., Capt., of Wandsworth Common. 

B. Nov. 9, 1865. School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 

1887; B.A. 1S90; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest 



Colvin, Richard Beale 

(Truro) 1892; C. of Calstock, Cornwall, 1891-4. C. of 
Bletchingley, 1894-8. C. of Caterham. Kent, 1898-1904. C. 
of Beddington, 1904-7; V. there, 1907-14. R. of Madron, 
Cornwall, 1914-21. Died Nov. 4, 1921. (Crockford; The 
Times, Nov. 7, 1921.) 

COLVILL, JOHN CHAIGNEAU. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 13, 
1864. S. and h. of James Chaigneau, of Coolock House, 
Fairview, near Dublin. B. 1846, in Dublin. School, Repton. 
Maine. Michs. 1S64; Scholar, 1867; B.A. 1S68; M.A. 1871. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 16, 1867, as 's. of James Chaig- 
neau, of Coolock, Co. Dublin, merchant.' Called to the Bar 
1871. H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1875. Of Bingham House, 
Richmond, Surrey, in 1911. Brother of the next. (Repton 
Sch. Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; Lincoln's Inn. Adm.) 

COLVILL, ROBERT FREDERIC STEWART. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 20, 1879. 2nd s. of James Chaigneau, of Coolock House, 
Co. Dublin. B. Aug. 4, 1S60. School, Repton. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1S83. Governor of the Bank of Ireland, 
1916-18. J. P. for Co. Dublin. High Sheriff, 1910. Of 
Coolock House. Co. Dublin. Married and had issue. Brother 
of the above. (Repton Sch. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1936.) 

COLVILLE, The Hon. GEORGE CHARLES. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 12, 1885. 3rd s. of Charles John, Viscount, of 
42, Eaton Place, London. B. Feb. 22. 1867, in London. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. T8S5; B.A. 18S8. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 5, r887. Called to the Bar, 1891. 
During the Great War, a member of the Military Service 
Advisory Committee. M.B.E., 1918. J.P. for London. 
High Sheriff of the County of London. 1930. Of 66 Eccleston 
Square, S.W. (Burke, P. and B.; Who's Who, 1939.) 

COLVILLE. JOSIAH. Adm. pens, at Queens', Julv 4, 1825. 
Of Middlesex. 

COLVILLE-WALLIS, WILLIAM, see WALLIS. 

COLVIN, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 18, 1866. 

S. of Alexander. B. Nov. 1, 1845, in London. Matric. Michs. 

1866; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1877. 
COLVIN, BAZETT DAVID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 7, 

i860. S. of Bazett David, of Little Bealings, Suffolk. B. 

May 18, 1S42, at Norwood, Surrey. Matric. Michs. i860; 

B.A. (39IA Wrangler) 1864; M.A. 1870. Brother of Sidney 

(1862). 

COLVIN, CECIL HODGSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 
1877- 2nd s. of Beale Blackwel], of Monkham's Hall, Wal- 
tham Abbey, Essex. B. Apr. 30, 1858, at Harlow, Essex. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. 
Lieut. -Col., and Hon. -Col. Commanding ird Batt., Essex 
Regt. Served in the Nile Expedition, 1S84-5; in the South 
African War, 1899-1900; D.S.O., 1901; mentioned in 
despatches; in the Great War, 1914-18; Commandant, 
prisoners of war camp; mentioned in despatches. Married 
and had issue. Of Fovle Lodge, Basingstoke, Hants. Died 
there Nov. 22, 1938, aged So. Brother of Richard B. (1874). 
(The Times, Nov. 23, 1938; Burke, L.G., 1936; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1937; Univ. War List.) 

COLVIN, ELLIOT GRAHAM. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1880. S. 
of Bazett Wetenhall, of Lexden, Essex. B. Julv 18, 1861. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1S80. Football (assoc.) 
'blue,' 18S1, 1882. Entered the I.C.S., 1882. Assistant 
Magistrate, Alipore; political assistant private Secretary to 
the Lieut. -Governor of Bengal, 1S87; first assistant, Mysore, 
1888; at Baluchistan, 18S9. Settlement Officer, North Behar, 
1891-5. Magistrate and Collector in Bengal, 1895. Settle- 
ment Commissioner, Alwar and Bharatpur, 1896. Political 
agent in Eastern Rajputana States, 1897. Revenue and 
Judicial Commissioner, Baluchistan, 1897-1901. Super- 
intended Thagi and Dahaiti operations, 1902. Resident in 
Kashmir, 1902-5. Agent to the Governor-General of 
Rajputana and Chief Commissioner, Ajmer Merwara, 1905- 
17. K.G. of St John of Jerusalem. C.S.I., 1906. K.S.C.I., 
1911. British delegate on Bulgarian Reparation Commission, 
1921-4; on the Inter-Allied Commission for Reparation of 
damages suffered in Turkey, at Paris, 1926-30. Of Gang- 
bridge, St Mary Bourne, Andover. (Burke, P. and B.; 
Knightage; Who's Who, 1939.) 

COLVIN, RICHARD BEALE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 28, 
1874- S. and h. of Beale Blackwell. of Monkhams, Waltham 
Abbey, Essex. B. there Aug. 4, 1856. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1874; B.A. 1S79. Of Monkhams, Waltham Abbev, 
Essex. J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1890. Master of the 
Essex and Suffolk foxhounds, r89C Served in the South 
African War (Commander of the 20th Batt., Imp. Yeomanry 
(Rough Riders); mentioned in despatches; C.B. (Military 
Div.), 1901); C.B. (Civil Division, 1911). Served in the Great 
War (Col., in Command of the 2nd London Mounted Brigade, 
1915-16; mentioned in despatches; area Commandant in 
France, 1917); Lieut.-Col. and Hon. -Col. (retired) late Essex 
Imp. Yeo. Knight of Grace of the Order of St John of 
Jerusalem. M.P. for West Essex, 1917-23. Lord.-Lieut. of 



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Comber, Richard Barnard 



Essex, 1929. K.C.B. (Civil), 1934. Married and had issue. 
Author, The Lieutenants and Keepers of the Rolls of the Co, 
of Essex. Died Jan. 17, 1936, aged 79, at Monkhams. 
Brother of Cecil H. (1877). (Burke, L.G.; The Times, Jan. 
18, 1936.) 

COLVIN, SIDNEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 24, 1862. 3rd 
s. of Bazett David, of Little Bealings, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 
B. June 18, 1845, at Norwood, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1863; 
Chancellor's Medal (English) 1865; Scholar, 1866; B.A. (3rd 
Classic) 1867; M.A. 1870. Fellow, 1868. Slade Professor of 
Fine Art, 1873-85. Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, 
1876-84. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 23, 1866. Hon. D.Litt. 
(Oxford). LL.D. (St Andrews). Keeper of the Prints and 
Drawings, British Museum, 18S4-1912; reorganised the 
department on modern lines. Excelled in the arrangement of 
exhibitions. Made a special feature of the guides to these 
exhibitions — particularly the Rembrandt Catalogue for the 
study of the master's work, which was placed in chrono- 
logical order for the first time. Knighted, 1912. A friend of 
Robert Louis Stevenson. Edited his Works and Letters. 
Edited the Letters of Keats and the literary remains of 
Finiguerra's Chronicle; also the collections of drawings by 
Old Masters at Oxford. Author, A life of Keats (English 
Men of Letters Series); Memories and Notes; numerous 
official Catalogues, etc. Died May 11, 1927, aged 81, at 
35, Palace Gardens Terrace, W. 8. Brother of Bazett D. 
(i860). (The Times, May 12, 1927.) 

COLVIN, WALTER [MYTTON]. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Aug. 24, 1866. S. of John Russell, deceased, I.C.S., sometime 
Lieut. -Governor of the N. W. Provinces of India (for whom 
see D.N.B.). B. Sept. 13, 1847. Schools, Brighton College 
and Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1869; LL.B. 
1870. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 12, 1866. Called to 
the Bar, 1871. Went to Allahabad, where he built up a vast 
practice as a criminal lawyer. Advocate for the High Court 
of Judicature, North West Province of India. A member of 
the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. Of the Indian 
Police Commission and of the Legislative Council of the 
United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. Knighted, Jan. 29, 
1904. Died Dec. 16, 1908, at Allahabad. Buried there. 
Tablet in Milland church, Hants. (Brighton Coll. Reg.; 
Rugbv Sch. Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; D.N.B., 2nd 
Suppl.) 

C0LVIN-SM1TH, ROBERT CUR20N MOLLISON. Adm. pens, 
at Caics, Oct. 1, 1883. S. of [Sir] C, Deputy Surgeon- 
General, of Secunderabad, India [Sir C. Colvin-Smith, 
K.C.B. , K.H.S., M.D., deceased, late of ?, Cresswell Gardens, 
London, S.W.] B. Dec. 14, 1865, at Ootacamund, Neil- 
gherry Hills, Madras. Schools, Kensington and Haileybury. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.B. and B.C. 1892. At St 
George's Hospital, London, 1887-91; House Phvsician. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1890. In practice at Hendon,' N.W., 
1895-1901. Removed to Cromer, 1902. Medical Officer of 
Health, Cromer U.D.C., 1909; to the Post Office, Cromer, 
and certifying factory Surgeon, Cromer district. Secretary 
of the Norfolk Panel and Local Medical Committee, 1923- 
39-. President of the Norfolk Branch of the B.M.A., 1921-2. 
(Venn, u. 464; Medical Directory, 1939.) 

COLWILL, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, July 2, 
1855. S. of Philippe, Esq., of Bideford, Devon. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1856; B.A. 1S59; 
M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1859; priest (Bath and Wells) 
i860; C. of Lyncombe, Somerset, 1859-62. C. of Withing- 
ton, Heref., 1863-6. C. of Buckland Brewer, Devon, 1867- 
74. C. of Bratoft, Lines., 1877-81. C. of Ingoldsby, 1883-4. 
Remained without cure, living at Bideford. Disappears 
from Crockford, 19 14. 

COLYEAR, The Hon. BROWNLOW CHARLES. Adm. nobleman 
(age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 25, 1814. S. of [Thomas] Charles, 
Earl of Portmore [and Mary Elizabeth, dau. of Brownlow 
(Bertie), Duke of Ancaster]. B. Aug. 4, 1796, in London. 
Schools, Harrow and Eton. Matric. Michs. 1814. Inherited 
a considerable fortune on the death of his maternal grand- 
father, the Duke of Ancaster, Feb. 8, 1809. Died v. p. and 
unmarried Feb. 18, 1819, at Rome, of wounds received from 
banditti. (G.E.C.; Peerage, vi. 278, n.) 

COLYEAR, The Hon. WILLIAM CHARLES, Viscount MIL- 
SINGTON. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at St John's, June 28, 
1764. 2nd s. of Charles, Earl of Portmore. B. r745, in Lon- 
don. School, Eton. Succeeded his father as 3rd Earl of 
Portmore, July 5, 1785. Married Lady Mary Leslie, dau. of 
John (Leslie), Earl of Rothes, Nov. 5, 1770. Died Nov. 15, 
1823, aged 78, in Beaumont Street. (Scott-Mayor, in. 200; 
G.E.C., vi. 278.) 

COLYER, JOHN EDMEADES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 
30, 1850. S. of George Godden, gent., of Rothley Cottage, 
Leics. B. at Rothley. [Bapt. Sept. 18, 1832.] Matric. Michs. 
1851. Migrated to Peterhouse, Dec. 16, 1851; B.A. 1855; 
M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1856; priest (Manchester) 1857; 



C. of St Clement's, Spotland, Lanes., 1855-7. R. of Fenny 
Dravton, Leics., 1S57-76. V. of Ifflev, Oxon., 1876-8. R. of 
Astburv. Cheshire, 1878-88. Died Oct. 6, 1888, aged 56. 
(T. A, Walker, 502; Scott, MSS.) 

COLYER, WILLIAM TEMPEST. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1878. 
S. of John Edward, clerk. B. at Hastings. Adm. at St 
Catharine's, Apr. 26, 1882; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1895. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1893; C. of Whitminster, 
GIoucs., 1893-4. Remained without cure, living at Llan- 
dudno. Availed himself of the Clerical Disabilities Act, 1903. 

COMBE, ALEXANDER CHRISTMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St 
John's, Mar. 31, 1792. Of Middlesex. Did not reside. 
School, Harrow. His name occurs in the 'Plate-Book' as a 
donor of plate to the College. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

COMBE, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity Hall, 
May 14, 1841. 4th s. of Boyce, Esq., of Acton, Middlesex. 
[Bencher of Gray's Inn and Police Magistrate, in London.] 
B. Jan. 3, 1823. Matric. Michs. 1841; LL.B. 1848; LL.D. 
i860. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 30, 1844. Called to the Bar, 
1847. Of Nelson, New Zealand. Died unmarried Sept. 2, 
i86g. (Burke, L.G.) 

COMBE (post AINSWORTH), NIGEL VICTOR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 15, 1891. S. of Matthew [M.D., Surgeon- 
Major, R.A.], of 6, Cranley Place, S. Kensington, London. 
B. Jan. 12, 1S73, in London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. Sometime of Midhurst, Sussex. 
J. P. During the Great War, Hon. Sec. West Sussex Soldiers 
and Sailors Families Association, etc.; M.B.E., 1920. 
Assumed the surname of Ainsworth in lieu of Combe, by 
Royal Licence, 1927. Of Smithills Hall, Bolton, Lanes., and 
of St Richard's Walk, Chichester. (Kelly, Handbook, 1936.) 

COMBE, ROBERT GEORGE NICHOLSON. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 12, 1897. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904; 
LL.M. 1908. 

COMBER, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Julv 4, 1845. Of Yorks. S. of Henry George Wandesford 
(next), clerk. B. July 18, 1826, at Taunton. School, St 
Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 
1850; priest (York) 1851; C. of Gilling, Yorks., 1850-3. 
Chaplain in the Navy, 1853-68 (served with the fleet during 
the Crimean War). C. of St Mary's, Truro, 1872-6. V. of 
Welcombe, Devon, 1876-9. V. of Abbot's Bickington-cum- 
Bulkworthy, Devon, 1S78-9. Married and had issue. Died 
Dec. 31, 1879, aged 54. Will proved (Exeter) Feb. 3, 18S0. 
(A. G. Kealy, Naval Chaplains.) 

COMBER, HENRY GEORGE WANDESFORD. Adm. pens. 
(age 19) at Jesus, May 20, 1817. S. of Thomas (1782), clerk. 
B. May 2, 1798, at Creech St Michael, Somerset. Matric. 
Michs. 1S17; B.A. 1S21. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 22, 1822; 
pnest, Dec. 19, 1824; C. of Oswald Kirk, Yorks., 1822; 
succeeded his father as R. there, 1835-83. Married Hester, 
dau. of the Rev. Thomas Cautley, July n, 1820, at St 
Michael-le -Belfry, Yorks. Died Apr. 5, 1883, at Scarborough. 
Buried at Oswalk Kirk. M.I. Father of the above. (Vis. of 
England and Wales, xiv. 19.) 

COMBER, HENRY GORDON. Adm. (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 6, 1890. S. of Thomas Denison, merchant. B. Nov. 10, 
1869, at Valparaiso, Chile, S. America. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897; Fellow, 1902- 
35. Tutor, 1902. Treasurer, 1908-35. Director of the 
modern language teaching in the College for many years. 
Proctor, 1902. Served in the Great War (organised the first 
officers' training school in the country, familiarly known as 
' Comber's Irregulars ; ' Major, Unattached List, T.F., G.S.O. 3 ; 
Intelligence Officer at Boulogne; mentioned in despatches 
three times; D.S.O., 1918; Chevalier, Legion of Honour; 
Chevalier, Order of Leopold (Belgium) ; Order of St Stanislas, 
2nd class; Officer, Order ofthe Crown of Roumania). After 
the war returned to Cambridge and devoted himself to 
College and University work. A genial and hospitable 'Don' 
and the friend and counsellor of many generations of under- 
graduates. In close touch with almost every branch of 
University athletics; sometime treasurer of the University 
Rugby Football, Cricket and Hockey Clubs. Mainly re- 
sponsible for the foundation of the Pembroke Society; 
President, 1932-3. An ardent freemason. Died Sept. 13, 
J 935> aged 65, in London. (Vis. of England and Wales, xvi; 
The Times, Sept. 14, 1935.) 

COMBER, RICHARD BARNARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1798. S. of Richard, Esq., J. P., of Lewes, 
[Bapt. May 3, 1781, at St Michael's, Lewes.] School, Eton. 
Scholar, 1798. Kept six terms, not consecutive, by residence; 
name off, Apr. 14, 1802. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 1 2, 
1802, as 's. and h. of R., of Gatewick, near Steyning, Sussex.' 
Died at Chelsea. Buried Apr. 11, 1818, aged 38, at St 
Michael's, Lewes. (J. Comber, Sussex Genealogies.) 



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COMBER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 16, 1782. S. 
and h. of Thomas (1741), clerk, deceased. B. Mar. 3, 1765, 
at East Newton, Yorks. [Bapt. Mar. 6, 1765, at Stonegrave, 
Yorks.] School, Wakefield. Scholar, 1783; matric. Easter, 
1784; B.A. 1787- C. of Dundry. Somerset, 1788. V. of 
Creech St Michael, Somerset, 1793. R.of Oswald Kirk, Yorks., 
1813-35. Lived at East Newton, Yorks. J. P. Sold the East 
Newton Estate. Married Elizabeth, dau. of John Coote, of 
Paternoster Row, London, May 30, 1792. Author, pamphlets; 
The Life of Thomas Comber, Dean of Durham (his great 
grandfather), 1799. Died Aug. 7, 1835, at Oswald Kirk. 
Buried there. M.I. Will (P.C.C.) 1835. Father of Henrv 
G. W. (1817). {F.M.G., 768; M. H. Peacock; T. C. Dale.) 

COMBERS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 7, 1769. B. 
at Shenneld, Essex. Matric. Easter, 1769. 

COMINGS, THOMAS [GRAY]. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, 
Sept. 7, 1787. 2nd s. of Richard, of Cambridge. School, 
Greenwich, Kent (Mr James). Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 
1790; B.A. ($tk Wrangler) 1792; M.A. 1795. Fellow, 1794. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 28, 1795. Died Apr. 20, 
1807, at his chambers in the Temple. (G. Mag., 1807, 1. 486.) 

COMINS, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 20) at 
Magdalene, Oct. 23, 1847. S. of Richard, Esq., of Hazeley 
House, near Warwick. School, Coventry. Matric. Michs. 
1847. 

COMMELINE, JAMES. B.A. 1758, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
from King's, 1758. [S. of James, gent., of Bristol.] Matric. 
(Pembroke College), Oxford Nov. 15, 1722, age 18; B.A. 
(Oxford) 1726. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 22, 1728; priest 
(Gloucester) June 7, 1730. V. of Haresfield, Gloucs., 1737-79 
(apparently re-instituted, 1758). R. of Dracott (Draycot)- 
Foliat, Wilts., 1758-80. Died July 29, 1780, aged 75. M.I. 
in chancel of Haresfield church which savs he was vicar for 
40 years. Father of the next. (Al. Oxon.) 

COMMELINE, JAMES. B.A. 1793, incorp. from Oxford; M.A. 
from Jesus, 1793- [ s - of James (above), clerk, of Gloucester.] 
Matric. (Pembroke College, Oxford) Feb. 20, 1781, age 18; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1784. R. of Oddingley, Worcs., 1789. R. of 
Cowlev, Gloucs., 1796-1837. R. of Redmarley D'Abitot, 
Worcs. ,"1800. Father of the next. {Cant. Act Bk.; Al. Oxon.) 

COMMELINE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 10, 1807. 
S. of James (above), of Redmarley, Worcs. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1807; Scholar; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814; B.D. 
1821. Fellow. R. of Redmarley D'Abitot, Worcs., 1837-53. 
R. of Colesbourne, Gloucs., 1837-53. Burned to death whilst 
reading in bed, Jan. 26, 1853, aged 63. {Eton Sch. Lists; 
G. Mag., 1S53. 1. 328.) 

COMMERELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 25, 
1814. S. and h. of John William. B. 1796, in London. 
School, (?) Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1814; B.A. 1818; M.A. 
1823. Of Strood, Horsham, Sussex, Esq, [his father John 
William, died Dec. 22, 1847, aged 92, at Strood Park]. 
Married Sophia, dau. of William Bosanquet, Esq., of Harley 
Street, London, July 17, 1822 [for their son, John Edmund 
(1829-1901), afterwards Admiral of the Fleet, see D.N.B., 
2nd Suppl.). Died Feb. 27, 1836. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862; 
G. Mag., 1848, 1. 222.) 

COMMINS, JOSEPH EDYVEAN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Jan. 14, 1823. B. at Bodmin, Cornwall. Matric. Michs. 1823; 
B.A. 1S27; M.A. 183S. Ord. priest (Ely) Nov. 2, 1828; V. of 
North Shoebury, Essex, 1830-66. V. of Little Wakering, 
1838-66. Chaplain to the Earl of St Germains. Died Mar. 
29, 1866, aged 61, at Matlock. Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 
1866, 1. 762.) 

COMMON, THOMAS ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 
25, 1894. S. of Andrew Ainslie [astronomer, for whom see 
D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.], of 63, Eaton Rise, Ealing, Middlesex. 
B. Mar. 18, 1875, in London. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 
1897; M.A. 1905. 

COMPSON, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 24, 
1837. Of Salop. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1837. 

COMPSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. ir, 1830. Of 
Worcs. [Perhaps s. of John, gent., of Bromsgrove.] Matric. 
Michs. 1S30. 

COMPTON, ABINGDON THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Down- 
ing, Feb. 23, 1836. [Probably s. of Sir Herbert Abingdon 
Draper, Knt., Judge, of Bombay, for whom see D.N.B.] 
Matric. Michs. 1836 ; name taken off the boards by the Master, 
Oct. 9, 1839. 

COMPTON, Lord ALWYNE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 8, 1843. 4th s. of Spencer Joshua Alwyne (1808), 
Marquess of Northampton. B. July 18, 1825, at Naples. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1844; M.A. (14/A Wrangler) 
1848; D.D. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest, 1851; C. of 
Horsham. R. of Castle Ashby, N or t bants., 1852-78. Hon. 



Compton, Samuel Graves 

Canon of Peterborough, 1856-75. Proctor in Convocation, 
1857-74. Rural Dean, 1874-9. Archd