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In preparalion : 
" History of Derby School from the Earliest Times to 
the Present Day," 



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THE 

DERBY SCHOOL 

REGISTER, 



1C70-1901 



Edited by 

B. TACCHELLA, B.A 

Assistant Master of 
Derby School. 



LONDON : 

BEMROSE & SONS, Limited, 

4, Snow Hill ; and Derby. 
1902. 







HARVAM) UNtVERSmr 

IKADUATE SCHOOL OF EOUCAT)Qd 

^MONROe C OUTMAI^ MBMH 



TO 

Sic *enr» *owe JBemrose, IktM ®.H)*, 

THE PATRON OF DERBYSHIRE LITERATURE, 

THIS REGISTER OF DERBY SCHOOL IS MOST RESPECTFULLY 

DEDICATED, AS A SLIGHT ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF HIS 

GENIAL ENCOURAGEMENT AND INVALUABLE 

ASSISTANCE DURING ITS 

COMPILATION. 



PREFACE. 

NO work is more suited to perpetuate the fame and traditions^ 
of an ancient school, and to foster the spirit of brother- 
hood among the succeeding generations of its alumni, 
than a Register recording the proud distinctions or the 
humble achievements of those who have had the honour of 
belonging to it. To do this effectually a register ought to be 
complete in all its parts, from the first day the school opened 
its doors; and it is evident that such a work could only be the 
result of a continuous purpose, coeval with the school itself. 
Unfortunately that task has been deferred from century to 
century, and has become harder in proportion to its long pos1>- 
ponement. But is this a reason why it should not at length be 
attempted? As the usefulness, or, to speak more correctly, the 
necessity of such an undertaking has in these latter times become 
more and more apparent at Derby School, and as procrastination 
only makes matters worse, the editor decided some years ago to 
face the difficulty and see what could be done. 

Now, considering that prior to 1865, and with the exception 
of a bare list of the names of the pupils between 1843 and 1858, 
there was no register of any kind kept at the School, it looked 
like a hopeless task. However, one by one, a fairly complete 
list of the scholars under Dr. Fletcher (1834-1843) and Dr. 
Leary (i 858-1 865) was got together with the valuable assistance 
of several old Derbeians, some of whom, we regret to say, have 
since joined the majority. 

As for the more remote period (1570-1834), it has been 
necessary to go farther afield. All available sources have been 
drawn upon : College admission registers (both of Oxford and 
Cambridge), biographical notices, pedigrees, memoirs, town 
records, etc., have all been laid under contribution and have 
yielded a tolerably abundant harvest, which has been still 



vi PREFACE. 

further enriched by personal information from various county 
gentlemen respecting some of their ancestors. 

Nor have the names been forgotten that are carved on the 
walls and panels of the old Grammar School in S. Peter's Church- 
yard, many of which had to be recovered from under accumulated 
layers of paint and whitewash. 

In this way several hundreds of old Derbeians have been 
rescued from the oblivion into which they had drifted ; but how 
majiy hundreds more are there who have not been reclaimed ? It 
is to be hoped that future researches and discoveries will add to 
their list. In the meantime, if the object of this Register, frag- 
mentary as it is, has been reached — namely, to perpetuate the 
memory of the dead, and impress upon the living Derbeians the 
fact that, wherever they may be, their old School is not 
indiJfferent to their acta et gesta — this will be the most acceptable 
reward which the editor could desire for the trouble this work has 
entailed upon him. 

There will necessarily be inaccuracies and omissions in these 
records ; all corrections and additions will, therefore, be gratefully 
received in view of making a second edition as complete as 
possible. 

Lastly, the editor begs to return his most cordial acknowledg- 
ments to the late J. Tilley, Esq., Author of " The Old Halls, 
Manors, and Families of Derbyshire " ; J. B. Peace, Esq., M.A., 
Bursar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; R. F. Scott, Esq., 
M.A., Senior Bursar of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Prof. J. 
Cook Wilson, M.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford ; Sir George 
R. Sitwell, Bart., Renishaw Hall; Rev. E. D. Heathcote, M.A., 
London; J. Borough, Esq., J.P., Belper; H. F. Gadsby, Esq., 
Derby; Lt.-Col. W. H. Stokes, Liverpool; Dr. E. B. Wrench, 
Baslow; W. S. Ward, Esq., Nottingham; E. Jukes, Esq., 
Barrister, London; Rev. J. M. J. Fletcher, M.A., Tideswell, and 
many others, for their kind assistance at various epochs of this 
Register. 

66, Friar Gate, Derby, B. T. 

1902. 



CONTENTS. 



Dedication . 

Preface 

Annual Presidents 

Head Masters 

Assistant Masters 

Explanations 

Scholars 

Prize Donors 

Prize Holders 

Captains of the School 

Captains of the Sports 

Corrigenda & Addenda 

Index — Staff 

Scholars . 



PAGE 

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164 
166 
174 

175 
178 
179 
181 



Himual prc0i&cnt6 eincc 1864. 

864. The Lord Bishop op Lichfield. 

865. The Lord Bishop op Lichfield. 

866. The Right Hon. Lord Denman. 

867. The Right Rev. Bishop of New Zealand. 

868. The Right Hon. Lord Vernon. 

869. The Lord Bishop of Lichfield. 

870. Colonel Henry Wilmot, V.C, M.P. 

871. The Right Rev. Bishop Abraham. 

872. His Royal Hij^hness The Prince of Wales. 

874. His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. 

875. The Most Noble the Marquis of Hartington. 

876. The Right Hon. the Earl of Carnarvon. 

877. The Lord Bishop of Lichfield. 

878. The Right Rev. Bishop of Melanesia. 

879. The Right Hon. Lord Edward Cavendish. 

880. The Right Hon. Sir Wm. Vernon Harcourt, M.P. 

881. His Grace the Duke of Portland. 

882. The Right Hon. Lord Belper. 

883. The Lord Bishop of Lichfield. 

884. T. W. Evans, Esq. (Chairman of the Governors). 

885. The Right Hon. Lord Vernon. 

886. Sir Andrew Walker, Bart. 

887. The High Sheriff (F. Arkwright, Esq., J.P., D.L.). 

888. Lord Burton. 

889. The Lord Bishop of Southwell. 

890- His Worship the Mayor of Derby (A. S. Haslam, 
Esq.). 

891. Sir William Evans, Bart. 

892. The Astronomer Royal (H. M. Christie, Esq., M.A.). 

894. The Ven. the Archdeacon of Derby. 

895. The Lord Bishop of Southwell. 

896. E. W. HoBSON, Esq., D.Sc, F.R.S. 

897. The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain. 

898. Sir Henry H. Bemrose, M.P. 

899. Geoffrey Drage, Esq., M.P. 

900. The Right Hon. Lord Belper. 

901. Sir Clement C. Bowring, J. P. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Xi6t of a>agi0tri of St lbclcn'0 nDonaster^, ant) 

Ibeab Masters of ©crb? scdool 



ante 11 59. BARBiE APRILIS, Willielmus, 

Who, with Bishop Walter Durdent, entrusted the 
'* Schola de Derbie " to the Wardeuship of the Abbot of 
Darley {DarJey Chartulary^ Brit. Museum). 

1 26 1. NICHOLAS, Magister. 

Established a hospital at the Oratory of St. Helen's. 

1275. GOODMAN, Wm., Magister S*« Helene. 

(Darley Ghariulary.) 

12... INGERAM, Robert, " Capelanus S«^ Elene." 

{Darley Chart ulary.) 

1291/2. "Magister Domus S*^ Helene." 

{Ta-xation of Pope Nicholas IV.) 

1348. CARRE, Sir Peter, Mag"^ S^« Helene. 

{Mr. Batetnan'H MSS.) 

1406. BELLE, Rev. Stephen, "magister Scholae Derb." 

{Charter at Belvoir Castle.) 

1527. ? BRY(T or K)LEBANK, Rev. Henry. 

Priest of St. Helen's, who, probably in the capacity of a 
Schoolmaster, attended to St Nicholas' altar, in All Saints' 
Church * Died, 1561. 

159... JOHNSON, Rev. Richard, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Vicar of St. Werburgh's, 1606-27. 

1 610. HALL, Rev. Gervase. 

Was up to 1610 the Usher at Nottingham Grammar 
School ; Vicar of Elvaston up to 1621 ; Vicar of All Saints', 
1621-32. 

1627. RAYNER, Mr., M.A. 

164... BINGHAM, Rev. John, St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Vicar of Marston, 16... -1662, then at Brailsford. Born, 
1607; died, 1689. 

1652. BRANDRETH, Richard (?), M.A., Christ's Coll., 

Camb. 

165... HILL, Rev. 

[Two Hills, Nicholas and Matthias, both 13. A. of Cath. 
Hall, Camb., are mentioned in the Wirksworth Classis Book 
in 1656 and 1658.] 

1664, 1667. OSBORNE, Rev. William, M.A. [Christ's Coll., 

Camb. ; or St. John's Coll., Camb.] . 

Vicar of St. Peter's, Derby, 1664-1712. 

1668. STONE, Robert, (?)M.A., St. John's Coll., Camb. 

* " Serges holde up b3'' y* Crafts :— Itm. whosoe er ys scolemayster by 
gedering among hys scolers upholdes before S* Nicholas iiij wax serges" (Old 
Register of All Saints' Church). 



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THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. xi 

167... MATTHEWS, Rev. John, M.A., Sidn. Coll., Camb. 

Presented All Saints' Church with a "Patin of Silver 
Plate " in 1681. 

168... HORSINGTON, Rev. Jasper, M.A., New Inn Hall, Ox. 

Born, 1649 ; died, 1784. 

1684. CANTRELL, Rev. Thomas, M.A., Brasenose Coll., 

Ox. 

Vicar of Elvaston. Born, 1649; buried, 23rd March, 
1697/8. Monument in St. Peter's, Derby. 

1697. BLACKWALL, Rev. Anthony, M.A., Emm. Coll., 

Camb. 

Vicar of Elvaston. Born, 1672; died, 1780. (See under 
Scholars.) 

172(2). WINTER, Rev. Joshua. 

Incumbent of All Saints', 1724-74, in which year he died. 

circa 1750. ALMOND, Rev. George, B.A., Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Vicar of Chellaston, 1768-68. Buried, 26th Nov., 1763. 

1 76 1 . MANLO VE, Rev. Thomas, M. A., St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Vicar of St. Alkmund's and Spondon; Lord of the 
Manor of Boylestone. Born, 1730 ; died, 1802. 

1774. CLARKS(T)ONE, Rev. Anthony, M.A., St. Peter's 

Coll., Camb. 

1793. BLIGH, Rev. James. 

Perp. Curate of Normanton. Died, 1834. 

1834. FLETCHER, Rev. Dr. William, D.D., Brasenose, Ox. 

Late Fellow of Brasenose Coll., Ox. fist Class Lit. Hum., 
1633); afterwards Head Master of Soutnwell School and of 
Queen Elizabeth's School, Wimborne, 1872; Vicar of Ulceby, 
Lincoln., 1890. Translator of " Lactantius " ; joint translator 
of Bengel's " Gnomon," etc. Born, 1810; died, 1900. 

1843. HUDSON, John. 

Had a private school in Full Street, 1827-43. Died, 1872. 

1858. LEARY, Rev. Dr. Thomas Humphrys Lindsay, M.A., 

D.C.L., Brasenose Coll., Ox. 

Late Scholar of Brasenose Coll., Ox. ; Editor of "Homer," 
"Herodotus," "Demosthenes," "Cicero," and "Virgil," in 
Weale's Series; Author of "Every Christian's Every-Day 
Book," and other devotional works ; late Editor of 'The Bock. 
Born, 1827. Vicar of St. Philip's, London, S.E. 

1865. CLARK, Rev. Walter, B.D., Magd. Coll., Camb. 

Late Head Boy of Shrewsbury School ; late Scholar and 
Prizeman of Magd. Coll., Camb.; Fifteenth in the Classical 
Tripos, 1860. Born, 1838 ; died, 1889. 

1889. STERND ALE-BENNETT, James Robert, M.A., St. 

John's Coll., Camb. 

18th Wrangler, 1869 ; Fellow and late Senior Mathem. 
Lecturer, King's Coll., London. 51, Castletown lioad, Ken- 
sington, W. 

1898. TOLLIT, Percy Kitto, M.A., Magd. Coll., Ox. 

Late Scholar of Magd. Coll., Ox. ; 1st Class Mathem., 
Mods., 1883; 1st Class Mathem., Finals, 1885; 1st Class 
Natural Science, Finals, 1880. 



xii THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



B60i0tant fl)a0terd. 

1602. KIRKLAND, Robert. 

{Derby Court Book.) 

1637. -JINKERSON, Rev. Thomas. 
1640. BINGHAM, Rev. John. 

Middle Master, afterwards Head Master; one of 
the subscribers to the first Polyglot Bible, 

1651-54. WEBSTER, Paul. 

Born, 1(>37 ; died, ,1695. {Monument in Chesterfield 
Pariah Church.) 

1657. -HARRYMAN, Rev. John. 

One of the first " brethren " of the borough ap- 
pointed by the Charter of Charles II., 1680. 

1657. -BOTT, Rev. Mr. 
1663. WARD, Rev. Noah. 

Soon exchanged for Ashby. Chaplain to Sir John 
Wentworth. Born, 164U; died, 1699. 

1667. *BOURNE, Rev. Thomas. 

1672. BOURNE, Rev. Samuel, O.D. [? M.A., Trin. 

Coll., Camb.] 

1674. '^'HOW, Rev. John. 

1675-93. WARD, Rev. John, M.A., Sid. Coll., Camb. 

Usher. 

168... nORSINGTON, Rev. Jasper, M.A., New Inn 

Ilall, Ox. 

Middle Master; sometime Head Master. Vicar of 
Mack worth, 1G95 ; Chaplain of Derby Gaol. 

1684. 'i^MACHAM (MACHIN), Rev. Nathaniel. 

Vicar of St. Michael's and St. Werburgh's, Derby, 
1662-89. 

1684. -OSBORN, Rev. Mr. 
1684. ? WALKER, Thomas. 
Left ante 1685. OGDEN, Rev. Sam., M.A., Christ's Coll., Camb. 

started a private school in the town. Head Master 
of AVirksworth Grammar School, 1686-&7. Born, 1627; 
died, 1697. 

1692. '■ ELLOT, Rev. Luke. 
1693, 1729. STE(E)VENSON, Rev. Joseph. 

1 700. BRADBURY, Rev. John, B. A., Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Curate of St. Michael's and St. Werburgh's, 1710. 
Left Derby with llev. Anthony Blackwall, 1722. 

1705. -TURNER, Rev. Mr. 

* Was a (Craw^shaw) Lecturer at All Saints' Church, Derby — a post con- 
stantly held by the Masters of Derby School. 



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THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. xiii 

1705. *DAKEYNE, Rev. Mr. 

[? Sam. Dakeyne, M.A. and Fellow of St. John's Coll., 
Camb., 168i.] 

1 7 14. *BATEMAN, Rev. Mr. 

i7i(6)-22. LOCKETT, Rev. Willm., M.A. and Fellow of Trin. 

Coll., Camb. 

Curate of Alvaston, 1716-22; of St. Werburgh's, 1722-56; 
Chaplain of the (Taol. Acted as Head Master in the time 
intervening between Blackwall and Winter. 

1722-3. -CANTRELL, Rev. Henry, M.A., O.D. 
1 73 1. -CHAMBERS, Rev. William, M.A., O.D. 
1731-33. * WRIGHT, Rev. Mr. 

[A Rev. Oflley Wright was Vicar of St. Peter's in 1749.] 

1739-51. DA VIES, Rev. Joseph, M.A., Queens' Coll., Camb. 

Buried, 11th Jan., 1750/1. 

1756-61. *ROBERTS, Rev. Sam., B.A., Christ Church, Ox. 
178... JACKSON, ... 
17...-1816. BAYLEY, Rev. Nicholas. 

Vicar of St. Michael's, 1799-1815 ; Vicar of Spondon 
1802-15 ; Chaplain of County Gaol. 

181... MOORE, Henry. 

Drawing Master. Author of illustrated works on Derby- 
shire. Born, 1776; died, 1848. 

1828-30. FRIZELL, Rev. Richard Howard, B.A., Trin. Coll. 

Dublin. 

Afterwards Vicar of Horsley and S. Normanton. Died 
18«9. 

183... FARRAND, John(?), B.A., Clare Coll., Camb. 

183... USSHER, Rev. James (?), Trinity Coll., Dublin. 

183... TEDOLDI, Antonio (Modern Languages and Music). 

183... JAMES, W. H. (Modern Languages and Music). 

183... WEBSTER, Moses (Drawing). 

Published many views of the County. Born, 1792 
died, 1870. 

1838. PUGH, Rev. James Baldwin, M.A., St. John's Coll., 

Camb. 

37th Wrangler. Curate of St. Michael's, Littleover 
afterwards Head Master of Queen Mary's School, and St. 
Paul's (irammar School, Walsall. 

184... WOOD, William (Writing and Arithmetic). 

1841-50. ROWELL, Frederick, M.A., Emm. Coll., Camb. 

1842. FLETCHER, Rev. John W., M.A., O.D., Brasenose 

Coll., Ox. 

Chaplain of Leicester County Gaol. 

1740. Buried (St. Peter's), Mr. James Roan, an Irishman, an English School- 
master. 
1775. Joseph Pike, Schoolmaster in Derby [Poll Book). 

* Was a (Crawshaw) Lecturer at All Saints' Church, Derby — a post con- 
stantly held by the Masters of Derby School. 



xiv THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 

1842. WATSON, Rev. — 
1842-54. DUMAS, JuLiEN (French). 

1843. ELLABY, Francis (?), (?) M.A., Gath. Coll., Camb. 

1844. SMITH, Rev. Samuel, B.A., (?) St. John's Coll., 

Camb. (English and Classics). 

1844. NOAD, Rev. Dr. George Fred, B.A., D.C.L. 

Late Scholar of Worcester Coll., Ox. ; Head Master of 
Holybourne Grammar School, 1850; Principal of Kingston 
Coll., Hull. 

1845. BRAME, Rev. John, B.A., St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Afterwards Curate of \V. Leigh, Lanes., 1860. 

1845. CLARKE, Rev. James, M.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

Afterwards Vicar of Ripley. 

1845. NEILL, Rev. Patrick (Classics). 

1845. STAINES, Rev. Robert John, B.A., Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Afterwards Head Master of Fort Vancouver School. 

1846. GASCOIGNE, Rev. Thomas, M.A., Cath. Coll., Camb. 

(Classics). 

Afterwards Master of a School at Spondon. 

1850. JAY, — 

[One \Vm. Jas. Jay was M.A. of Cath. Coll., Camb., I860.] 

1851-54. POWNALL, Rev. Wm. Lowe, M.A., St. John's Coll., 

Camb. 

Vicar of Shankill, Gowran, Kilkenny, 1874. 

1851-54. MOORE, Rev. Henry, M.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

Chaplain of Derby Gaol, 1855. 

1851-54. CHYLINSKI, DE (French). 

1851-54. GIMMEL, (?)W. 

1854-61. HUTCHINSON, Rev. Geo. Tesdale, M.A., Univ. 

Coll., Ox. 

Vicar of Osmaston. Died, 1901. 

1854-68. BARBER, Thomas Wm., B.A., Emm. Coll., Camb. 

(Mathematics). 

Holly Mounts Smalley. 

1854. COXE, — 

1854-63. KOSCHETZKY, H. (Modern Languages). 

i855-(6o). MACFARLANE, — 

185(6). DANIEL, — (English). 

1859. KANTER, J. Alex. 

1859-71. DEACON, Augustus Oakley (Drawing Master). 

Author of works on Perspective, 1845. Founder of the 
School of Art, Derby. Died, iilst Dec, 1899. 

i860. HUNTER, — 
1862-65. ROBERTS, Rev. John Henry, M.A. 

Late Scliolar of EmTn. Coll., Camb. ; afterwards Head 
Master of Denbigh Grammar School. 

186... JESSOPP, Wm., Naval Officer (Mathematics) 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. xv 

1862 (left). FOSTER, JohxN (English). 

Of a Scotch University. 

1863-68. PRICE, Rev. Ph. R., B.A. 

Late Scholar of Jesus Coll., Ox. Afterwards had a School 
in Normanton Hoad, Derby. 

186.. (left). ELLISON, John Eldon, B.D., Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

186.. (left). GOODE, Dr. H., M.D. (Science). 

1863-65. WARNE, — (French). 

1 863 (left). SMITH, J. B. (English). 

1863-77. ALDRED, David (Lower School). Dead. 

i863-(86). LAMY, Adolphe (French). Dead. 

1863-65. EHRKE, — (German). 

186.. (left). FRITCHE, Froude (Music). 

1865-67. OLDHAM, Wm. Page, B.A., O.D. 

Late Tancred Scholar, Christ's Coll., Camb. ; 28th 
Wrangler. Vicar of Ashton-in-Makerfield. Died 30 April, 
1871. 

T 865 (left). WAGNER, — 

1865 (left). ROSSALL, J. Heaton, B.A. 

Late Scholar of Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. 

1865-66. BRUNO, B., Gottingen Univ. (German). 
1865-86. DODD, W. L. (Music and Choirmaster). 

Organist of St. Alkmund's, afterwards of St. Andrew's, 
Derby. 

1865 (left). MEADEN, H. F., F.C.S. (Lond.) (Science). 

1865-70. GREAVES, Charles Augustus, O.D., M.B., LL.B. 

(Lond.) (Science). 

1866-70. ALTDORFER, Severin (German). 

1867-83. BEACH, Rev. William Henry, M.A., Trin. Coll., 

Dublin (Mathematics). 

Curate of St. Michael's, Derby, 1868-70. Head Master, 
junior department, Bath College, Somerset. The Mythe, 
Stoke Bishop^ Bristol. 

1868-78. ALLISON, Rev. Francis Benj., M.A. (Science and 

Mathematics). 

28th Wrangler and 1st Class Natural Science, 1868; 
Fellow of Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb. ; afterwards Head 
Master of Chesterfield Grammar School, 1876-83; Principal 
of Glendale Scliool, Eastbourne, 1883-94 ; Vicar of Peasmarah^ 
Bye, Sussex. 

1867-74. HOSE, Rev. Henry Judge, M.A. (Mathematics). 

9th Wranpfler; late Scholar of Trin. Coll., Camb.; for- 
merly Mathematical Master at Westminster Coll. ; afterwards 
Principal of St. Mary's Coll., Conway. Editor of Eivclid, 
etc. Died at Bishop's Stortford, 16 June, 1883. 

1867-72. ROITEL, Andre (Ecole Turgot, Paris) (French). 
1867-70. GALLIERS, Rev. Th., M.A. 

12th "Wrangler; Fellow of ('aius Coll., Camb. ; afterwards 
Mathematical Master, Newcastle Grammar School, 1878; 
Kector of Kirstead, Norwich. Died, ante 1896. 



xvi THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 

1867-81. SMYTHE, E. McGregor (Master of Junior School). 

Afterwards, Eastbourne School. 

Left 1867. CHANDLER, W. 
1867-70. HEWITT, Hy. Marmaduke, M.A. 

Late Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. (Ist Class Classic 
Tripos). Barrister-at-law. Class. Exam., London Univ., 
1877-82. Author of " Digest of Greek Language Examination 
Questions," 1877; "Digest of Latin Language Examination 
Questions," 1877 ; •' A Manual of our Mother Tongue," 1887. 
Barrister-at-law, 3, Fump Courts Temple^ E.G. 

1867-77. BURGESS, W. Arnold, B.A., Queen's Coll., Ox. 

219, Stanlwpe Street, liegent's Park^ N.W. 

1871-89. SIMMONDS, T. (Drawing). 

Head Master of the School of Art, Derby. 

1 87 1-8 1. COOK, J. T. (Painting). 

Of the School of Art, Derby ; now Head Master of the 
School of Art, Sheffield. 

1871-72. PARISE, M. (French and German). 

1872-73. HUMMEL, Rev. Francis Henry, B.A., Worcester 

Coll., Ox. (Hons. in Classics). 

Left 1872. CINQ, — , B.A. (Lucerne) (French). 
1873-78. PENROSE, Charles, B.A. 

Late Scholar of Oriel Coll., Ox. ; M.A. 1880. 

1875-78. GILBERT, Rev. Charles Robert, B.A. 

Late Scholar of Christ's Coll., Camb.; 19th Wrangler; 
afterwards Head Master of College School, Weymouth ; 
now Head Master of Cuveutry Grammar SrJiool. 

1877-79. ADAIR, J. F., B.A. 

Late Scholar and Fellow of Pembroke Coll., Camb. ; 7th 
Wrangler ; afterwards Professor at Sydney Univ. 

1877-80. MASSERVY, A., M.A. 

Late Scholar of Exeter Coll., Ox. ; Taylorian Univ. Sdiolar. 
Died at Mauritius. 

1877-79. LAMB, J. G., B.A. 

Late Scholar of Hertford Coll., Ox. 

1877-85. COYLE, Dennis, B.Sc. (Lond.). 

Late Exh., Royal College of Science, Dublin. 

1877-79. STEVENS, H. E. de R. 

1878-85. LOWNDES, Jefferson, B.A., Ilert. Coll, Ox. (Classics). 

Head Master of St. Kitts (Jranimar School, 1HH6. Winner 
of the Diamond Sculls, 1879-83; and Winglicld Sculls, 1681-83. 

1879-88. IDDON, John, M.A. (Mathematics). 

Fellow of Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb. ; 11th Wran^rler. 
Died, 19th Jan., 1890. 

1879-80. JERVIS, Rev. George William, M.A., Christ Church, 

Ox. 

1879-83. MORGAN, J. R., B.A. (Classics). 

Late Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. Coniaught House, 
Jiodirell, Wvijnioutli. 



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1880-84. LAFFAN, Rev. Robert Stuart de Courcy, M.A. 

(Classics). 

Late Exh., Merton Coll., Ox. (1st Class Classics) ; Head 
Master of King's School, Stratford - on - Avon ; Principal of 
Cheltenham College, 1895-99; Rector of St. Stephen's, Wal- 
brook, E.C. Author of "Aspects of Fiction," 1885. 119, St. 
George's lioad^ Eccleston Square^ London. 

1880-82. SCHMID, Hermann (German), 

1881-82. SIEVEKING, Arthur G., M.A., Caius Coll., Camb. 

1881-82. EDGELL, Rev. R. Arnoli^ M.A., Univ. Coll., Ox. 

Afterwards Assistant Master, Westminster School; now 
Head Master, Leamington College, 

1880-83. PEARCE, H. G. (Drawing). 

Of the Derby School of Art. 

1882-84. EARLE, Alfred G., M.A. (Science). 

Late Scholar of Christ Church, Camb.; afterwards Master 
at Tonbridge School. 

1882-83. MACDONNELL, Frederick Theodore, B.A., Clare 

Coll., Camb. (French and German). 

42, Cheyne Courts Chelsea^ W. 

1882-86. RICE, Ernest, B.A. 

Late Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb.; afterwards King's 
School, Rochester ; Epsom. Australia. 

1883-85. STUCKEY, Frank A., B.A., Pembroke Coll., Camb. 

Now M.A., Head Master of Leadenhall House School^ 
Harrogate. 

1883-85. BRADBURY, T. (Drawing). 

Derby School of Art. 

1883-85. RIGBY, G. (Drawing). 

Derby School of Art. 

1884-86. BLANSHARD, Charles T., M.A. (Science). 

Late Scholar of Queen's Coll., Ox. (1st Class Natural 
Science). 

1885-88. HESLOP, G. H., M.A. (Classics). 

Late Scholar of Christ's Coll., Camb. ; afterwards Head 
Master of Sandbach Grammar School; now Head Master of 
Seveuoaks Grammar School. 

1885-86. JACQUES, William Baldwin, B.A., Brasenose Coll., Qx. 

Rector of Burton Latimer, Kettering. 

1886-90. DORLING, Rev. Edward Earle, M.A., Clare Coll., 

Camb. (Chaplain). 

Minor Canon, and Head Master of Cathedral Church 
School, Salisbury. Perp, Curate, Burcombe, Salisbury. 

1886-88. UNWIN, William Sully, B.A., Magd. Coll., Ox. 

Winner of the Diamond and Winf^field Sculls, 1884 and 
1885. Afterwards M.A. Curate, Crosthwaitey Keswick^ Cumb. 

1886-89. WHITBY, Hugh 0., B.A., Lincoln Coll., Ox. 

Afterwards M.A. Master at Tonbridge School. 

1886-87. JOHNSON, J. Jean, B.A., Paris (French). 
1886-89. SIMMONDS, T., jimr. (Drawing and Painting). 

Derby School of Art. 

1886-89. SMITPI, Arthur F., O.D., Mus. Bac, Camb. (Music). 



xviii THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 

1886. FULLER, Leslie John, M.A. (Science). 

Late Foundation Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. (1st 
Class Science Tripos, 1884). 

1887. TACCHELLA, Benjamin, B.A., Univ. Gall. (Modern 

Languages, Drawing and Painting). 

Dipl. R. Ministry of Education, Saxony ; and Phil. Acad., 
Florence. Author of " German Etymology," Lond., 1886. 

1887-89. CHADFIELD, Edward J. (Music). 

Leipzig Conserv. ; Mus. Bac, Ox. Woodttock^ Ontario, 
Canada. 

Left 1887. DAUGLISH, J*. M., Ox. 
1888-90. MADELEY, Walter, B.A. (Classics). 

Late Scholar of New Coll., Ox. (Ist Class Classics) ; after- 
wards Senior Class. Master, Bradford Coll. ; now M.A., Head 
Master of Woodhridge School. 

1888-89. BROOKSMITH, E. J., M.A., LL.B. (Mathematics). 

Late Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. ; Wrangler. Lec- 
turer, R.M.A., Woolwich. 

1889-91. BURGH, W. G. DE, B.A. (Classics). 

Late Scholar of Merton Coll., Ox. (1st Class Classics). 

1889-92. TATE, James, M.A. (Mathematics). 

Late Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. ; 16th Wrangler. 
Elected Head Master of Gillingham Grammar School, Dorset. 
Died 15th July, 1892. 

1889.94. CHAMBERS, Charles E., B.A., LL.B., Trin. Coll., 

Camb. (Hons. in Classics and Law Tripos). 

Now M.A. Head Master of Henley Grammar School. 

1889-98. PHILPOTT, OcTAvius, M.A. (Chaplain). 

Late Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. Rector of Glenfieldy 
Leics. 

1889-90. SEDDON, J. D. 

1890. STRANACK, Rev. Charles W. M., M.A., Trin. Coll., 

Dublin (Chaplain). 

1890-92. HENRY, J. Harold, A.R.A.M. (Violin). 

Principal of the Derby Conservatoire of Music. 

1890-92. CARNEGIE, Charles Edward, B.A., Univ. Coll., 

Camb., and Leipzig Conserv. 

Afterwards Master at St. Michael's School, Tenbury. 
Now M.A. Curate of Baldock^ Herts. 

1890-91. LAING, Philip M. T., B.A., St. John's Coll., Ox. 

Afterwards Master at Denston Coll. 

1891-93. STRANACK, Wallace G. N. 

Late Class. Scholar, St. Paul's School. 

1891-94. SMITH, Sydney, R.A.M. Silver Med. (Music). 
1892-94. LEWIS, George Alfred, O.D., M.A. (Mathematics). 

Late Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. ; 14th Wrangler. 

Left 1892. WHITESTONE, R. A. W., B.A. 

Late Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. 

1892-93. AINSLIE, M. A., B.A., Caius Coll., Camb. 
1892-96. FIELD, F. G. E., B.A., St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Now M.A. ; Eev. Head Master, 2'ruro Grammar School. 

1892. NEVILLE COX, Samuel (Music). 



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1892. POCHIN, Ed. Carlyon, M.A., Caius Coll., Camb. 

1 894. AMOS, Archibald Drakeford Cradock, M.A. (Classics). 

Late Scholar of Queens' Coll., Camb.; Prizeman and 
Marshall Scholar. Published: Translations of Ciesar, Civil 
War, I. ; Plautus, Trinummus ; Horace, Odes II. and III. ; 
Virgil, ^neid, X.; Livy, XXII; Xenophon Oeconomicus; 
Homer, Odyssey, IX. and X. — Camb., 1896, etc. 

1894-97. BREWIN, Lancelot, B.A., Balliol Coll., Ox. (1st Class 

Hon., Math.). 

Afterwards Senior Math. Master, Khedive Coll., Cairo; 
Senior Math. Master, Fettes School, Edinburgh. 

1896-98. CHARLES WORTH, G. S., B.A, 

Late Exh., Magd. Coll., Ox.; afterwards Senior Class. 
Master of Coat ham Grammar School, Yorka. 

1897-98. ELLIOTT, J., M.A. (Mathematics). 

Afterwards Senior Math. Master, Great Yarmouth 
Grammar School. 

Left 1897. KUCK, G. H., B.A. 

Late Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. 

Left 1897. NEVILLE, Latimer, B.A., Selwyn Coll., Camb. 

Locum tenens during Mr. Pochin's absence. 

1898-99. PADFIELD, W. H. G., B.A. 

Senior Opt., Emm. Coll., Camb. ; afterwards La Martiniere 
School, Luckfiow. 

1898-1900. ARCHER, Frank, B.A. 

Late Scholar of Wadham Coll., Ox.; afterwards Blair 
Lodge Coll., N.B. ; Oratory School, Birmingham. 

1 898-1901. WOOD, A. Rawlinson, Mus. Bac. (Durham) (Music). 
1900. FULFORD, Henry Lanodon, M.A., Exeter Coll., Ox. 

1894. SMITH, Mrs. C. H. (Pianoforte). 
1894-98. WILSON, Miss Theodora C. (Violin). 



preparatory ScbooL 

1892. EARDLEY, Miss E. M. 

Head Mistress, Charnwood Street Branch. 

1892-94. EARDLEY, Miss S. 0. (now Mrs. H. Simpson). 

Late Head Mistress, Wilson Street Branch. 

1893-96. WALKER, Miss E. (now Mrs. Chadwick). 
1894. ASK WITH, Miss S. N. 

Head Mistress, Friar Gate Branch. 

1894-99. HAWKYARD, Miss E. 

1896. SIMPSON, Miss C. 

1897-98. WHITTAKER, Miss A. E. 

1898. WHITTAKER, Miss G. J. 

1 899- 1 901. BASELEY, Miss H. B. 

1900. WALKER, Miss L. 

1 90 1. WEBSTER, Miss G. L 



EXPLANATIONS. 

Mr. or Esq. — It will be noticed that various courtesy titles, 
such as "Esq.," "gent.," etc., occur in the older period of the 
Register. These are quotations. In the more recent times (from 
1834 downwards) they have been omitted. The alternation 
between Mr. and Esq., as it occurs in some Registers, forms an 
invidious distinction which it is not in everybody's power to 
establish by a hard and fast rule ; besides, the lavish use of the 
" Esq. " has nowadays made this title practically so meaningless 
that it is no great hardship to forego it. 

Dates between inverted commas are copied from inscriptions ; 
dates between brackets refer to the years a pupil was at School. 

Square Brackets, in the older part of the Register, enclose 
surmises which may eventually help towards the identification of 
the respective Old Derbeians. 

b. =born. d. =dead. * before a name denotes a boarder. 

Athletics are recorded side by side with other distinctions. 
An endeavour was made to keep these separate, but it has not 
been found practicable. And, indeed, why should they be divided ? 
Sports alternate and intermingle daily with School and College 
life ; it is therefore quite natural that athletic distinctions should 
be recorded chronologically with scholastic and other achievements. 
The Sports accounts being wanting in various years, tlie editor 
apologises for any unavoidable omissions which may be noticed 
during those respective periods. The dates generally refer to the 
first year a Derbeian played or rowed for his School — or, owing 
to the lack of records, is known to have done so. 

B. IV. = 1st Boat. Wimb. R. Team = Wimbledon Rifle Team. 

F. XI. = 1st Football Eleven. C. XI. = 1st Cricket Eleven. 

The various successes of the School Crews and Teams 
will be accounted for in a special chapter of '* The 
History of Derby School." 

Scholp. = Scholarship. Exh. = Exhibition. 

O.D. =01d Derbeian. 



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Scbolate* 



HADLEY, Thomas (" 1570 "). 

[Old Staffordshire family. There is a mouiiment to some members of 
this family in All Saints' Church, Derby.] 

HAUGHTON, Gilbert (circa 1573), b. 1561. 

Son of Ralph Haiighton, gent., bailiff in 1571 and 1583, Little Chester, 
Derby. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 1578; B.A. 1579; Middle Temple. 

SMYTH, John (157. ..-1584), b. 1567, d. 1640. 

Son of Thomas Smyth, of Hoby, Leicestershire. Magd. Coll., Ox., 

1589; Genealogical Antiquary; Steward to the Earls of Berkeley; Middle 
Temple, 1594; Lord of the Manor of Nibley, Gloucs.; M.P. for Midhurst, 
1621-2; Author of heraldic and feudal works on Gloucestershire, and "The 
Lives of the first 21 Lords of Berkeley from the Norman Conquest to 1628." 

BYT WELL. Georoe (c. 1582), b. 18 Sept. 1569 ; d. 20 April. 1607. 

Son of Francis Sytwell, Esq., Eckingtou, co. Derby. Succeeded to the 

estate of Staveley, Netherthorpe, in 1601. Buried in Eckington Church. 
Was one of the ancestors of Sir George Sitwell, Bart., of Renishaw, who 
has still in his possession Latin and Greek school-books used by the former 
300 years ago, also a beautifully written MS. on Ars logica of the same 
period. 



TRcv. IRIcbarb Jobnson, US.U., Deab /DasteCt 159. .1610. 



COTTON, John (1593-1597), b. 4 Dec. 1584, d. 23 Dec. 1652. 

Son of Rowland Cotton, Esq., legis periti^ Full Street, Derby. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1600; M.A., B.D., 1613. A learned divine who, after a 
brilliant Academical career (he was head lecturer, dean, catechist, and 
fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge), was appointed Vicar of St. 
Botolph's, Boston, where he was persecuted for his Puritan views. He 
joined the Pilgrim Fathers in 1633, and soon became the leading spirit of 
the Church in New England, his new place of activity being called Boston, 
in memory of his former incumbency in Lincolnshire. His theological 
works are very numerous, the best known of which are " The Way of Life," 
Lond. 1641 ; "The True Constitution of a particular Church," Lond. 1642; 
"The Controversy concerning Liberty of Conscience," Loud. 1646; "The 
Covenant of God's Grace," Lond. 1645 ; " A Treatise on Predestination," 
Lond. 1646 ; " Milk for Babes," Lond. 1646 ; " Commentary on the First 
Epistle of St. John," Lond. 1658. In 1855 a handsome memorial was erected 
to him in his old Parish Church at Boston, Lincolnshire. 

GOODWYNNE, Thomas (" 1600 "), b. 1588, d. 1621. 

Son of Francis Goodwynne, Bailiff of Derby 1616, '23 and '33. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1611, M.A. 1614, D.D. ; Rector of Kirk Langley. 

BATE, Anthony (circa 1604), bapt. 22 Dec. 1591. d. 1618. 

Son of Anthony Bate, Little ('hester, Derby. New Coll., Ox., B.A,. 

1617. 



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1Rex>. (Betpase t)aU, Deab /Daster, 16101627. 



MELLOR, George (circa 1610), b. 15QJ;, d. 1659. 

Son of Robert Mellor, pent., Idridgehay, co. Derby. Emm. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1617, M.A. 1621. 

MELLOR, William (** 161... "). 

Son of Robert Mellor, gent., Idridgehay, co. Derby. Idridgehay. 

SITWELL, George (circa 1610), b. 1600, d. 1667. 

Son of George Sitwell, Esq.. O.D. Renishaw, co. Derby. Commis- 
sioner for the Royal Aids. Sheriff, 1653. Monument in Eckington Church. 

HADLEY, W. (" 1 612"). 

(v. supra.) 

WILMOT, Robert (" 16 14"). b. 1603, d. 1657. 

Son of Robert Wilmot, gent , Chaddesden. Magd. Hall, Ox . 1619-20; 

Gray's Inn, Barrister-at-law, 1633. Of Chaddesden Hall. 

BANDARS. Thomas (circa 1620), b. 1610, d. 1695. 

Son of Collingwood Sandars, Lord of Caldwell and Ireton. Known as 

Sir Thomas Sandars de Ireton. Col in the Parliamentary Army. M.P. 
for Derby during the Commonwealth, and Ecclesiastical Commissioner. 
''Equiftnn Tribunus." (General Henry Sandars de Ireton (1611-51), and 
John (1615-89), Lord Mayor of London in 1658, were, according to some 
authorities, his brothers; according to others, his cousins 

MAY, ... (" 1622"). 



Ubv. IRapner, Ob.U., Deab /Daster, 1627-164 



LEVINGE, Thomas (" 1631 "). b. 1619, d. 

Son of Timothy Levinge, Esq., M.P. 1621. and Recorder of Derby; Lord 

of the Manor of Parwich. Balliol Coll., Ox., 1636; and Inner Temple, 

1641 ; Barrister-at-law, Derby. His descendant. Sir Richard Levinge, was 
Lord Chief Justice of Ireland and created Bart. 1685. 

BATEMAN, Hugh (1633), b. 1616; d. 13 April, 1682. 

Son of Richard Rateman, gent., Hartington, co. Derby. St. John's 

Coll. Camb.; Gray's Inn, 1637, Barrister-at-law. Monument in All Saints', 
Derby. 

BATEMAN, Robert, b. 8 Sept. 1622, d. 1658. 

Son of Richard Bateman, gent., Hartington, co. Derby. Citizen of 

London. 

BERISFORD, Richard (1633-1635), b. 1617. 

Son of Richard Berisford (also spelt Beresford), yeoman, Alstonfield, 

Staffs. St. John's Coll., Camb.; Fellow of his College, 1642; Senior, 1652; 

D.D. 1661; Vicar of Wingfield. 

ELEY, John (" 1634 "). 
SPENCER, Henry ("1634"). 



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HINTOMER, Ephr(a)im. 

HOUGHTON. Gervase (" 1634"), b. 1622. 

Son of Thomas Houghton, pi. of Derby. Matric. Magd. Hall, Ox., in 

1687. 

GREGSON, Robert (" 1641 "). 

Probably of Xumditch, co. Derby 

ROPER (*» 1641 "). 



TRcv. Jobn JSinflbam, teab /Dastett 164. .1652. 



STEERE, R. ("16...*'). 

There were two R. Steeres, of Derby, who studied at Oxford: Roger 
Steere, son of Peter Steere, of Manchester, born in Derby 1626, B.A. (Univ. 
Coll.) 1642, M.A. 1661, Rector of Staveley 1653-66; and Robert Steere, son of 
John Steere, gent., bom in Derby 1646, Matric. Magdalen Hall 1665. 

HOPE, Henry ("1648"). 

[? Son of John Hope, Bailiff 1629, and Mayor 1689.] 

HOPE, Robert (** 1648"). 

[May have been of Grangeiield, in co Derby.] 

LARGE, Edward (" 16... "), d. 1710. 

Son of Edward Large, Bailiff of Derby in 1628, and Mayor in 1640 and 

1P58. Father and son were benefactors of Derby and Chesterfield (Large's 

Hospital, Friargate, 1716). 

MELLOR, Henry (1650-1654) b. 1638, d. ante 1684. 

Son of Robert Mellor, gent.. Mayor of Derby 1647. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., 1654. Of Castle Fields, Derby. Mentioned in Hutton's "History" 
for having exposed the usurpations of the Derby Corporation in 1676. 

SOLTER, Thomas (1650-1654), b. 1634. 

Son of John Solter, "Calcearii." Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1654. 

FOX, S. ("1651"). 
BENNETT, Nathaniel. 

Son of Gervase Bennett, Mayor of Derby 1645, who first nicknamed the 

Friends "Quakers"; M.P. during the Commonwealth. Christ Church, 

Ox., 1666-67; Gray's Inn, 1655; Inner Temple, 1658. 

WILSON, Thomas (1651-1656), b. 1640. 

Son of Thomas Wilson, yeoman, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

1656; M.A. 1663; in holy orders, 1666-97. 

ELEY, John ("1652"). 

(v. supra, 1634). 

SWETNAM, Thomas (165 [2]-i656), b. 1641. 

Son of Rev. Joseph Swetnam, M.A., Vicar of AUhallows, Derby. St. 

John's Coll., Camb., 1656. Vicar of Turnditch, Derby ; ejected, 1«62. Pub- 
lished Sermons, " The Grand Question," etc. His brothers— Samuel, b. 1644 ; 
and Isaac, b. 1649— were most probably educated at the same School. 

CURRY, Thomas (" 1654 "). 



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IRcv. IRIcbarb JSraiibretb, /D^Hm t)eab /Dastert 1652 



FLAMSTEED, John (1655- 1662), b. 19 Aug., 1646 ;d. 31 Dec, 17 19. 

Son of Stephen Flamsteed, maltster, Derby and Little Hallam, and 

Churchwarden of All Saints', Derby. M.A., Jesns Coll., Camb.. 1674; 

Ordained at Ely House, 1675. FIRST ASTRONOMER ROYAL. Author 
of "The True and Apparent Diameters of all the Planets," 1673, a work 
which Newton utilised in his " Principia"; an " Ephimeris," 1673-4; id. with 
a true account of the tides, for the King's use, 1674; "Doctrine of the 
Sphere," 1681 ; " Historia Cmlestis Britannica," in 3 vols., containing a new 
catalogue of nearly 3,000 fixed stars, 1705, 1712-1726; " Atlas Cnelestis." 1729 ; 
and numerous articles in " Philosophical Transactions," vol. iv.-xxix. The 
first Observatory, erected for him at Greenwich, by the King's order, in 
1676, received the name of Plamsteed's House. Buried at Burstow (Surrey), 
of which he held the living. 

PAXELAYE, I. (" 1655 "). 

MOBBIS, William (1655-1659), b. 1641. 

Son of Thomas Morris, a-ijricol», co. Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

1659. 

BICHARDS(ON ?), Richaud (" 165..."); and W. 

[One Richard Richardson was of Emm. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1636, M.A. 
1660, B.D. 1671. Vicar of Brixworth. His son William (who was partly 
educated at Westminster School) was the Master of Emm. Coll., Camb., 1736. J 

8TUBBER, Samuel (1655-1659). 

Son of Peter Stubbpr, gent., of Lawrence Jury (Jewry), London. "St. 

John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1662. 

WHELDON, Charles (1656-1660). b. 1643. 

Son of Mr. Wheldon, of Barrow, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

1660; B.A. 1663. 

PYMME, John ( 1 658- 1663 ), b. 1646. 

Son of John Pymme, ai?ricolae, Draycote, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., 1663; B.A. 1666, M.A. 1670. 



/Dr. Dill, as.U.f t)eab /Dastett 165. ..-166(4). 



STANIPORTH (or 8TAINF0RTH), William ( -1633). 

May have been the son of one of the following Derby Staniforths: 
Nathaniel (b. 1612), M.A. New Inn Hall, Ox., 1649; ejected from (ilympton 
Vicarage, 1662; Joseph (b. 1615), Magd. Hall, Ox.; Timothy, ejected from 
Allestree, 1662 ; Jonathan (b. 1628), ejected from Hognaston, 1662 (all of 

whom were most probably educated at Derby School). Ashe Exh., Emm. 

Coll., Camb., 1663; B.A. 1666, M.A. 1670, B.D. 1694. Prebendary of York. 
Publ. "Sermons." 

OWSLEY, John (1659), b. 1645. 

Son of Rev. John Owsley, Rector of Claypole, Leics. Afterwards 

went to Newark. Admitted Scholar Caius Coll., Camb., 1G61 ; B.A. 1664, 
M.A. 1668. Rector of Springfield, Essex. His works are mentioned in the 
*• Catalog. Librorum Manuscriptorum Anglifo," 1697. 

OWSLEY, Thomas (1659), b. 1647. 

Brother of above. Christ Church, Camb., B.A. 1666, M A. 1670. 






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GRAY (GREY), Richard (»* 165..."). 
BOLD, John (165. .. -1660), b. 1643. 

Son of Rev. Samuel Bold, (Swarkestoue ?) Derby. Afterwards went to 

Oakham for one year. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1661 ; B.A. 1664, M.A. 1668. 

COLSTON, Thomas ( 1 65... -1 660), b. 1643. 

Son of Thomas Colston, Esq., dec, Claypole, Leics. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., 1660. 

PARKER, Daniell (** 1660"). 

[One of these names had an estate at Church Broughtoii in 1700.] 

SCHOBEL, T. (" 1 66 1 ")• 

CROMPTON. •* Abram" (circa 1661). b. 1648, d. 1726. 

Son of Kev. John Cromptou, M.A., Brailsford, co. Derby. Of Chorley 

Hall. Magistrate of Derby. Steward and Warden of the Mercers' Company. 

FRANCEYS, ... 

Ashe Exh. in 1669. [Was it John Franceys, B.A. 1669; or Samuel 
Franceys, B.A. 1670, both of Emm. Coll. ?j 

BOURNE, Samuel (i66...-i666j, b. 1647/8; d. 4 March, 1719. 

Son of — Bourne, clothier, Derby. Ashe Exh., 1666. (One Samuel 

Bourne took his degrees— B.A. 1674, M.A. 1678 — from Trinity Coll., Camb.) 
Assistant Master at Derby School. Vicar of Bolton, Lanes. Some of his 
sermons were published in 1722. 

SAVILE, Francis ('' 1662," •* 1667"). 

[There were Saviles at Bakewell at that time. William Savile, who was. 
Steward of Lord Manners, d. 1676.] 

GREGSON, George (•• 166... "), d. 17 October, 1716. 

Son of George Gregson, Esq., Turnditch, co. Derby. Attorney-at-law 

of Turnditch and Derby. Buried at Duffield. 

LEEKE, Francis (16. ..-1663), b. 1646. 

Son of Francis Leeke, J.P., gent., of Marton, Lines. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., 1668. 

BATEMAN, Michael ('* 13 June, 1664"). 
CURTYS (-IES), Thomas (*• 1664 "). 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1676. [A Thomas Curtys was a benefactor 
of Unstone. in co. Derby, in 1701. 



1Rcv. TKHilUam ©sbornct /»»H., t)eab /Daster, 166(4)1668. 



BENNET, William (1665-1667), b. 1651. 

Son of William Bennet, dec, Northbrooke, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., 1667; B.A. 1670, M.A 1676. [A William Bennet was Ashe Exh. at 
Emm. Coll. ; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1675.] 

BRIGGS, John (1667-1669). b. 1653. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Briggs, Sibberthorp (-toft ?), Northants. St. John's 

Coll., Camb., 1669. 

THORP, George (166. .. -1668), b. 1650. 

Son of Edward Thorp, sntoris vestiarii, Chesterfield. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1671. Tanner has preserved a correspondence between Dr. 
Gower, .Master of St. John's College, and Dr. Geo. Thorp, 1679-80. 

MELLOR, Robert (166. ..-1668). 

Son of Robert Mellor Ashe Exh. Emm, Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1671, 

M.A. 1670. 



6 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



asv. stone, /D.Hm l)ea^ Aaster, 1668167 



BURTON, Ralph (166... 1669). 

Son of Ralph Burton, yeoman. Biggin, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1672. J.P. 1712. 

MACHAM, Elias (166. ..-1675), b. 1657. 

Son of Rev. Nath. Macham, Vicar of St. Werbiirgh's. New Inn Hall. 

Ox., 1676. Rector of Stanninghall, 1700 ; and of Colby, Norfolk, 1703. 

MAY, William (" 1668 "). 

(v. supra, 1622.) 

(8)TATHAM, William (" 1668 "). 
(B)TATHAM, R. ("1668"). 
BATEMAN, Hugh ("167..."). 

Son of Robert Bateman, Esq., O.D., of London. Gray'? Inn, 1682; 

Attorney, All Saints', Derby. 



1Ret>. 3obn /DattbewSt /D.Hm l)eab /Dastert 167..-168 



BROOK, Thomas (1674- 1679), b. 1662. 

Son of Edward Brook, gent., Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 

1682. [One Thomas Brook, Vicar of Nantwich, published Sermons, 1732-46.] 

ALLEYNE, John (167. ..-1675), b. 1657, d. 1739. 

Son of John Alleyne, gent., Whiston, co. Derby. Emm. Coll., Camb., 

Ashe Exh. 1676, B.A. 167«, M.A. 1682, Fellow 1681, B.D. 1689. Published 
" Episcopacy, the Great Bond of Union," 1701 ; ** Unanimity in the Truth," 
1707; and other theological works and sermons. Rector of Loughborough, 
Preb. of Lincoln, 1706. 

SPATEMAN, Samuel (167. ..-1676). 

[? Son of Sam Spateman, Esq., Mayor of Derby in 1667.] Ashe Exh., 

Emm. Coll., Camb. ; B.A. 1679. Deputy for the County in lf02. 

ROBINSON, Benjamin (167...- 1682), b. 1666 ; d. 30 April, 1724. 

Aft. Mr. Ogden's pupil; Chaplain of Sir John Gell. Set up a school at 
Findem. Vicar of Hungerford, Berks., 1696, where he founued a Theol. 
Academy. Lecturer at Salter's Hall, London, 170.5. 

FOX, Richard (167. ..-1675), b. 1656. 

Son of William Fox, Spondon, co. Derby. Lincoln Coll., Ox., M.A. 

1682. 

SACHEVERELL, Robert (16...-1682), b. 1669. 

Son of William Sacheverell, Esq., M.P.. of Morley and Barton Hall.- — 
Aft. Mr. S. Ogden's pupil. Went to Cambridge. 

HUNTINGDON, Thomas ( -168...), b. 1663. 

Son of Jeremy Huntingdon, barbitonsoris. Derby. Aft. Mr. S. 

Ogden's pupil. St. Johns Coll., Camb., 1681; B.A. 1G84. 

HOPE, John, b. 1665, d. 1709/10. * 

Son of Rev. Mark Hope, Kedleston, co. Derby. Aft. Mr. S. Ogden's 

pupil. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1685, Fellow l(M-9. •'Doctor of 
Physick." Buried at St. Alkmund's. Derby. 



I860] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 7 

WIL(L)MOT, Robert, b. 1668. 

Son of Edward Wilmot, gent., Trusley, co. Derby. Aft. Mr. S, 

Ogden'B pupil. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1684. M.D. 

HALTON, John (" 1680"), b. 1664, d. 1740. 

Sou of Imannel Halton, gent., Lord of the Manor of Wingfield in the 
County of Derby. Queen's Coll., Ox., 1680. 

MUNDY, Edward, b. 1667, d. 17 13. 

Son of Gilbert Mundy, Esq., Shipley Hall, High Sheriff for County 
Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1685. Shipley Hall. 

PARKER, Thomah (1680), b. 1666, d. 1732. 

Son of Thomas Parker, Esq., Attorney, Ijeek (Staffs.) and Derby. 

Aft. Mr. Ogden's pupil. Trinity Coll., Camb., 1685. Inner Temple; Bar- 
rister-at-law, 1691, Midland Circuit; Recorder of Derby. M.P. for the 
Borough, 1705 ; in the same year raised to the Order of the Coif, one of the 
Queen's Serjeants ; and knighted. Lord Chief Justice, 1710 ; created Baron 
of Macclesfield, 1716; LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR, 1718; created Vis- 
count Parker of Ewelme and Earl of Macclesfield, 1721. His seat was 
Shirburn Castle, Oxfordshire. 

FLETCHER, Samuel ( -1682). 

[A Samuel Fletcher was Mayor of Derby in 1691.] Emm. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1685, M.A. 1689. Vicar of Spoudou, 1695-1719. 

FOX,- Samuel (168...), b. 1676, d. 1753. 

Son of Rev. Tim. Fox, Rector of Drayton Bassett, Stalls. Mayor of 

Derby, 1741. 

BROUGH, Samuel, b. 1673. 

Son of (tervase Brough, Dalbury. Went to Wirksworth School. St. 

John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1692. 

HALTON, Timothy, b. 167..., d. 1748. 

Son of Imanuel Halton, Esq., Lord of Wingtield Manor. 



1Ret>* Jasper Dorsington, t)eab /Daster, i68.. -1684. 



HORSINGTON, Joseph, bapt. 9 Mar., 1678. 
HORSINGTON, Jasper, bapt. 22 Dec, 1679. 
HORSINGTON, James, bapt. 15 July, 1686. 

Sons of Rev. Jasper Horsington. ^May be a8»umed to have been 

educated at Derby School.] 



1Rex>, XTbomas Cantrell, Hb.U., t)cab /Daster, 1684-1697. 



HOLDEN, H. (" 1692 ' ). 

BLACK WALL, Anthony (168... -1 690), bapt. 17 July, 1672 ; d. 1730. 

Son of Anthony Blackwall, Esq., of Kirk Ireton. Emm. Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1694. M.A. 1098. Head Master of Derby School, 1697-1752. Distin- 
guished classical scholar and author. Published "Theognidis Megarensis 
SententiaB Morales," Mith a Latin translation, 1706; "Introduction to the 
Classics," 1718; "The Sacred Classics, defended and illustrated, or an 



8 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1 

Essaj' humbly offered towards proving the Paritj*, Propriety and True 
Eloquence of the Writers of the New Testament," 1725 ; a '* Latin 
Grammar," 1728. In 1722 lUackwall accepted the post of Head Master at 
Market Bosworth, where he died. 

HOLDEN, Thomas (169. ..-1697), b. 1678 ; d. 26 June, 1726. 

Son of Samuel Holden, Esq.. Aston, co. Derby. Emm. Coll. and Clare 

Hall, Camb., B.A. 1700, M.A. 1704. Rector of Aston. 1702-26 (?). 

HOLDEN, Robert ( -1696.) 

Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1699, M.A. 1703. [? Rector of Weston-on -Trent, 
1707-1739.] The College Register says he came from Bedfordshire; but he 
may have been Samuel Holden 's eldest son (b. 1676, d. 1746), who became a 
barrister. 

LEESON, Robert (169... -1701). 

Co. Derby. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1704. 

COCKAYNE, George (169... 1701), b. 168..., d. 1746. 

Son of Francis Cockayne, Esq., four times Mayor of Derby, 170H-83. 

Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1704. Rector of Doveridge, 1709-46. 

CANTRELL, Henry (169...1701), b. 1684/5, d. 1773. 

Son of Rev. Thos. Cantrell, Head Master of Derby School. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1704, M.A. 1710; incorp. Ox. Univ., 1756. Vicar of 
St. Alkmund's, Derby. Took a prominent part in the virulent controversy 
carried on in his time against dissenters— witness his " Invalidity of Lay 
Baptism," 1714; "Dissenting Teachers," etc., J714; "The Royal Martyr," 
1716. Hutton says : " Cantrell drank the Pretender's health on his knees 
on the famous march to Derby, 1745." Some interesting notes about Derby, 
communicated by Cantrell to Dr. Pegge, are now at the Herald's Office. 

BRIDGES, William (169. ..-1696). 

Son of Mr. Bridges, of Gotham, Notts. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1699, 

M.A. 1703; Fellow, 1703.] 

PAX(E)L(AYE) (" 1696 "). 

(v. supra, 1655.) 

MORLIDGE, H. ("1696"). 

[There lived a George Morlidge, architect, in Derby about that time.j 

SAVILL(-VILE) (*' 1696"). 

(V. supra, 1662.) TMight be George Savill (son of William Savill, 

Steward ot the Earl of Rutland, of Beeley and Derby), b. 1680-1. d. 1734, of 
South House Grange, Loscoe; or his brother John, of Beelej', d. 1735.] 

SPATEMAN, Samuel (169... -1696). 

(v. supra, 1676.) Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1699, M.A. 1703. 

BOTT, Thomas (169...), b. 1688 ; d. 23 Sept., 1754. 

Son of Thomas Bott, mercer; Mayor of Derby, 1706; whose father was 

a major during the civil wars of Charles l.'s reign. Studied medicine in 

London, 1714. M..A., Camb., Comitiis Regis, 1728. Rector of Winburg, 
Norfolk. Of Reymerston, 1726; of Edgefield, 1745. Published theological 
works: "The Peace and Happiness of this World," 1724; "The Principal 
and Peculiar Notion of the Religion of Nature," 1725 ; " Sermons," 1730- 
1738 ; " Remarks on Butler's Analogy of Religion," 1730 ; *' Answer to 
Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses." 



1Rex>» antbons 3Blacftwall, /ID^H., Ibeab /iDaster, 1697-1722 



WOOD, Thomas (169...-1701). 

Son of Mr. Wood, of Middlesex. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1704, 

M.A. 170S. 



1700 J THE DEKBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 9 

BOLD, Samuel (169. .. -1705), b. 1688. 

Son of Rev. Sam. Bold, of Brads Hall (Breadsall), co. Derby. St. 

John's Coll., Camb., 1705.. 

WILMOT, Edward (" 1700"), b. 17 Oct., 1693; d. 21 Nov., 1786. 

Son of Robt. Wilmot, Esq., who rebuilt Chaddesden Hall. St. John's 

Coll., Camb., B,A. 1714; M.A. and Fellow, 1718; M.D. 1725. Physician-in- 
ordinary to Queen Caroline, Frederick Prince of Wales, King George II., 
and King George III. ; and Physician General to the Army. Was made a 
Baronet in 1769. 

JACKSON, Robert ("1700"). 

[A l)r. Geo. Jackson was a benefactor of St. Peter's, Derby, in 1696; 

b. 1647, d. 1699.] [A Robert Jackson was B.A. of Christ Church Coll., 

Camb., 1710.] 

ROBERT(S), T. (" 1700"). 

[There was a Mr. SoUomon Roberts in St. Werburgh's parish, 1670.] 
[Thos. Roberts, gent., St. Werburgh's, Derby, li29.j 

ROBERTS, William ("1700"). 

[A William Roberts was Sheriff for co. Derby, 1744.] 

FRANCEYS, Henry (" 1702," " 1706"), d. 1747. 

Son of William Franceys (Francis), Apothecary, three times Mayor of 

Derby in 1697-1700. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1709, M.A. 17ia; Alderman, 

1733. Subscribed 10 guineas against the Pretender, 1746. Was the object 
of a flattering "exception" in the Ladies' Assembly regulations. Mayor of 
Derby, 1747. 

LOWE, John (" 1702"). 
WALKER, J. ("1702"). 
PARKER, Joseph (" 1704"), bapt. May 25, 1689 ; d. 1752. 

Son of Benjamin Parker, Author, Derby. Captain. Monument in All 

Saints', Derby. 

PARKER, John ("1704"). 

[A John, son of Thomas Parktr, of Derby, was baptised 1 May, lC87.j 

BATE, Richard (" 170... "). 

(v. supra.) [(hie Richard Bate was a Magistrate in 1698.] 

ROE, Thomas (" 1704"). 
ROY(LE?), Thomas ("1704"). 

[A Rowland Royle, of Derby, matriculated at Oriel Coll., Ox., in 1583.] 

HORTON, Walter, b. 1687, d. 1708. 

Son of Rev. Canon W. Horton, All Saints', Derby. Oriel Coll., Ox., 

170(5. Buried in All Saints'. Derby. 

RADFORD, S. ("1706"). 

MEYNELL, Francis (circa 1708), b. 1698, d. 1757. 

Son of Francis Meynell, of Anslow. Surgeon in Jrongate, Derby. 

OSBORN, George (170... -1708), bapt. 25 Oct., 1690. 

Son of Rev. Wm. Osborn, M.A. (former Head Master), Vicar of St. 
Peter's, Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1711. Political writer. 

OSBORN, Francis. 

Probably brother of above. Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll.. Camb., 1709; 

B.A. 1711. 

PARR, Peter (170...- 1708), b. 1690. 

Son of Philip Parr, " lanionis," Derby; Mayor, 1723. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1711, M.A. 1731. 

COCKAYNE, Francis, b. 1687, d. 1767. 

Son of Francis Cockavne, four times Mayor of Derbj', 1703-33. LORD 

MAYOR OF LONDON, 17511-51. 



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COCKAYNE, Thomas, b. 1697, d. 1749. 

Brother of preceding. Lieut.- Colonel 13th Regiment, Gibraltar ; 

Deputy Judge Advocate of the Forces in Flanders; commanded his regiment 
at Culloden, 1746. Buried in St. Peter's, Derby. 

FLETCHER, Samuel (" 1701 "-1710). 

Son of Rev. Sam. Fletcher, O.D., Vicar of Spoudon. Ashe Exh., 

Emm. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1713; M.A. 1721; B.D. and Fellow, 1728. 

THORNHILL, Bache, b. 1700, d. 1761. 

Son of John Thornhill, Esq., of Thornhill and Stanton, co. Derby. 

St. John's Coll., Ox., 1717. Inner Temple, 1725; Barrister-at-law ; J.P.; 
Captain, 1745. 

WRIGHT, John ("1710"), b. 1696; d. i Nov., 1767. 

Son of John Wright, Attorney, Derby. Attorney. Known as " Equity 

Wright," of Derby. Monument in St. Alkmuud's. 

BARLOW, William (170...- 1710), b. 1693. 

Son of William Barlow, vestiarii, Dockwray, Cumberland. St. John's 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1713, M.A. 1717; Fellow, 1718-24. Author of "The Sun 
Fish," 1740; "English Weights and Measures," 1740; "Ancient Arabian 
Figures in the Parish Church of Rumsay," 1741. 

ANDERSON, P. (Panderson?), (" 1710 "). 
BAKER, James " 17 10"). 

[One of these names M.D. in 1728.] 

GILBERT (Joseph or William?), (17 10). 

[One of these was an Ashe Exh. in 1714. Joseph graduated B.A. in 
1714 ; William, in 1716.] 

CLARK, Edward ("1711 "\ 
KILBY, Joseph (" 1711 "). 

[A Richard Kilby had been Vicar of All Saints', Dc»rby, in 1617.] 

Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1718. 

NOTON, John ("1712"). 

SHIR..., T. ("1712"). 

CHAMBERS, William(i7i...-i7i6), b. 1700. 

Son of William Chambers, gent., Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1719, M.A. 172H. Vicar of All Saints', 1728-46. Is mentioned by 
Hutton for his sportive proclivities — which deserved no small credit, con- 
sidering that he weighed 27 stones ! 

BL^^O)UNT, Thomas (" 1712 "-1717). 

Of an ancient Derbyshire fimily. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1720. 

Vicar of Elvaston, 1723-5J4. 

FULIER, George ("17 16"). 

BURTON, John (t 71...- 17 18), b. 28 April, 1699. 

Son of Michael Burton, J. P., "consiliarii," Barrister-at-law, Wigwall, 

CO. Derby. St. John's Coll.. Camb., B.A. 1725. Inner Temple. Settled 

down at *' The Hallowes," co. Derby. 

BURTON, Michael ( -1718), b. 27 Feb., 1700 ; d. 3 Mar., 1754. 

Brother of above. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1721; M.A. 1726; 

Fellow, 1727; Senior Fellow, 1744. Vicar of Hathersage, 1728-39. D.D. 1749. 
PRESIDENT OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. 

BLACKWALL, Anthony (170...-1718), bapt. 28 April, 1698. 

Son of Rev. Anthony Blackwall, Head Master of Derby School. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1721. 

BLACKWALL, Henry ("1712"-! 718), bapt. 21 Jan. 1700-1, d. 1728. 

Brother of above. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1721, M.A. 1724; Fellow. 

Died at Collese. 



[714] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 11 

BATEMAN, Kobert, bapt. 20 July, 1700 ; d. 1777. 

Son of Hugh Bateman, O.D., Attorney, Derby. M.D., of Columb- 

wall. 

BUDWORTH, William (17. . .-1717), d. 1745. 

Son of Rev. Luke Budworth, Vicar of Longford, co. Derby. Christ's 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1720, M.A. 1726. Master at Rugeley School, Staffs.; 
Head Master, Grammar School, Brewood ; Vicar, ibid. Published ** Sermons," 
London, 1785-45. Rev. William Budworth 's most renowned pupil was Richard 
Hurd, Bishop of Worcester, who said of his master: "He possessed every 
talent of a perfect institutor of youth in a degree which, I believe, has been 
rarely found in any of that profession since the days of Quintilian." Dr. 
Samuel Johnson, who had been Anthony Blackwall's usher at Market Bos- 
worth, applied for a post as Assistant Master to Mr. Budworth ; but, owing 
to his paralytic infirmity, was unsuccessful in obtaining it. 

HOLMES, Henry (" 1714," " 1715"). 

[A Henry Holmes was Mayor of Derby in 1694.] Druggist, Derby. 

His son Richard graduated B.A. St. John's Coll., Camb., in 1750. 

GO(0)DWIN, E. or B. (" 171... "). 

[There lived at that time in Derby a Thomas Goodwin, Barrister: and 
a Richard Goodwin, of Derby, was Fellow of St. John's Coll., Camo., in 
1701.] 

VICKARS ("VICROS"), ("17 14"). 

(V. infra.). 

LOWE, Thomas ("1714"). 

WILMOTT, John ("1 7 14"). 

ALLEYNE, Thomas (171...-1716), b. 1699, d. 1761. 

Son of Rev. John Alleyne, B.D., O.D., Rector of Loughboro', Leics. 

Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1719; M.A. 1725; B.D. 17aO. Incorp. 
Ox., 1783, Fellow. Rector of Loughboro', 1739. 

CO(0)KE, Thomas (171...-1719), b. 1699, d. 1776. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Co(o)ke, B.D., dec, late of Allestree. St. John's 

Coll., Camb., 1719. Barrister-at-law. Monument in All Saints', Derby. 

GREGSON, Robert (171... -1719). 

Son of George Gregson, Esq., O.D., Turnditch, co. Derby. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., 1719. 

HOPE, William (i 71...- 17 19), b. 1701, d. 1776. 

Son of John Hope, M.D., O.D., Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

M.B. 1724, M.D. 1728. Com. Reg. Buried at St. Alkmund's, Derby. 

BLACKWALL, Robert, b. circa 1 704. 

Son of Rev. Anthony Blackwall, Head Master of Derby School. 

Became a Dragoon. 

BLACKWALL, John, bapt. 25 Oct., 1707 ; d. 5 July, 1762. 

Brother of above. Attorney at Stoke. 

BLACKWALL, William, b. circa 1708. 

Brother of above. Died young. 

SEALE, John, b. 1700 ; d. 21 May, 1774. 

Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1720, m!!a. 1724. Vicar of St. Werbnrgh's and 
St. Michael's, 1751-74; Chaplain of the Gaol, 17G9. Monument in St. Wer- 
burgh's. 

BECKERN, W. ("1717"). 
DOBS..., Robert (" 1717"). 
JONES, Phil ("Rhil"), (" 17 17"). 

Of Flintshire. 



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HORTON, Christopher ("1717"), b. 1701, d. 1764. 

Son of Christopher Horton, of Cattoii. Of Cattou Hall. J.P. 1747. 

FLETCHER, Henry ( -1717). 

Son of Rev. Samuel Fletcher, M.A., O.D., Vicar of Spondon. Ashe 

Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb. Rector of Boylestoiie and Spondon, 1733-61. 

HOW, John (" 1717"), 

[A Rev. John How was Lecturer at All Saints', and very likely Master 
at the School, in 1674.] 

LOWE, John (" 1717 "), b. 1704, d. 1771. 

Son of Vincent Lowe, Esq., Denby, co. Derby. Denby Park Hall and 

Locko Park. 

PICK(ERING), John (" 17 17"), b. 1706, d. 1790. 

Son of Rev. — Pickering?, of Mackworth. Jesus Coll., Camb., B.A. 

1727, M.A. 1731. Vicar of Mackworth, 1731-90. Married the only daughter 
of Rev. A. Blackwall. 

PICKERING, William ("1717"). 
ROOS (ROUS), Richard ( -1718). 

[A Richard Rous(e) was a benefactor of lOlton, co. Derby, 1703.J 

Emm. Coll., Camb., 1718. 

WALKER, William ( -17 17). 

Emm. Coll., Camb., 1717; B.A. 1720; LL.D., Comitiis Regiis, 1728. 

DAKEYNE, Henry ( -1719). 

Son of Dipby Dakeyne, Esq., Dalbury, co. Derby. Emm. Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1722, M.A. 1726. Vicar of . . ., Staffs. 

WILMOT, John Eardley (1718), b. 16 Aug., 1709; d. 5 Feb., 1792. 

Son of Robert Wilmot, Esq., Osmaston Hall, near Derby. Went to 

Westminster School. 1724: Trinity Hall, Camb., until 1728; inner Temple, 
Barrister-at-law, 17^t2; Judp^e of the Court of Kind's Bench, and knighted, 
1755: LORD CHIEF JUSTICE, 176G. Declined twice the Great Seal, 
1770-71. 

PHILIPPS, Ambrose ("1718^'). 

[? Any relation of Ambrose Philipps, Salop, poet and author; M.A. and 
Fellow, St. John's Coll., Camb., 1700.] 

WILCOCKSON, EoBERT (171...-1719). 

[? Son of George Wilcockson, of Atlow.] Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A.. 

1723. 

TICK(N)ALL, N. E.(?) ("1719"). 

WILMOT, Richard (171...-1721), bapt. 25 Aug., 1703 ; d. 1772. 

Son of Robert Wilmot, Esq., Osmaston Hall. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1724, M.A. 1728, D.D. 1744. Vicar of Mickleover and Morley, 1740-72; 
Canon of Windsor, 1748. 

WILMOT, Robert (" 1720 "), b. 1708, d. 1772. 

Son of Robert Wilmot, Esq., Chaddesden. Magd. Hall, Ox., B.A. 1728; 

Inner Temple. Ist Baronet, 1789. 

BRUIN, Joseph (171-.. .1720). 

Son of Joseph Bruin, B.A. (who was an Ashe Exh. in 1679), Nottinjjham. 
Emm. Coll.. Camb. (entered as "Joseph Berren "). 

BYRCH, Edward (171. ..-1720), b. 1702. 

Son of Rev. Charles Byrch, Longford. Magd. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1724,. 

B.C.L. 1727. 

BURTON, Henry ( -July, 1720), b. 13 February, 1702. 

Son of Michael Burton, Esq., Barrister-at-law, Wigwall. Emm. Coll.,. 

Camb., B.A. 1723, M.A. 1727. Vicar of . . . 



1721] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 13 

ARCHER, ... (1721). 

EiuBman of William Archer, Esq., Coopersale, Eppiiig, Essex. 

MADDOCK, George (171. ..-1722). 

r? Son of Rey. Thomas Maddock, B.A., perp. cur. of Ashover, 1707-24.'] 
Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1726. Rector of Elton, co. Derby. 

FITZHERBERT, William (172...-172...), b. 1712, d. 1772. 

Son of William Fitzherbert, legis periti, Recorder of Derby. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., 1731/2. M.P. 176tt. 

ALLEYNE, Richard (17. ..-1723), b. 1706, d. 1767. 

Son of Richard Alleyne, Esq., St. Werbnrgh's, Derby. Emm. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1726; M.A. and Fellow, 1780. Rector of Stanford-on-Soar, 
Notts. 

NOTON, Edward ("1723"). 
BELL, R.(?) ("1723"). 
FOX, G. ("1723"). 



1Rcv. Josbua Mfnter, l>ea^ /ftaatet, 17 2(2)- 17(50). 



SHAW... ("1724," "1729"). 
HALTON, Em(m)anuel, d. 17 Feb., 1784. 

Son of Timothy Halton, Esq., O.D., South Winglield, co. Derby.— 
Qneen's Coll., Ox., B.A. 1741, M.A. 1748; M.D. SnrReon, Wingfield. 

STAMFORD, T. ("1724"). 

[A Thomas Stamford was Mayor of Derby in 1769; Alderman.] 

EATON, Richard. 

(v. infra.) Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1729. 

CANTRELL, Henry, b. 17 11. 

Son of Rev. Henry Cantrell, O.D., Vicar of St. Alkmand's, Derby. 

Died young. Monument in St. Alkmund's. 

CANTRELL, William (1725- 1730), b. 1715 ; d. 17 Jan., 1787. 

Brother of above. Went to Repton. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 

1738. Rector of St. Michael's, Stamford, Lines.; afterwards Vicar of Nor- 
mantoD, co. Rutland. Monument in St. Alkmund's, Derby. 

BATEMAN, Richard ('* 1730"), b. 1719. 

Son of Hugh Bateman, Esq., All Saints', Derby. Father of Sir Hugh 

and Richard Bateman, Derby, (q.v. infra.) 

BORROW, Thomas (171...- 1729), b. 1709, d. 1786. 

Son of Isaac Borrow, Barrister-at-law, Castle Fields, Derby; Mayor, 
1730-42. Merton Coll., Ox., 1729; Gray's Inn, 1737; Bencher, 1749. Re- 
corder of Derby, 1746. 

EATON, Thomas (172...), b. 1715. 

Son of Aid. Eaton, Derby. Mayor of Derby, 1771; Alderman. 

FITZHERBERT, John (172...), b. 1718, d. 1785. 

Son of William Fitzherbert, Esq., Recorder of Derby. Went to 

Appleby. St. John's Coll., Camb.; Emm. Coll., 1740; B.A. 1740; M.A. 1743; 
Fellow, 1741. Of Doveridge, 1749-85. 

EVATT William ("1723," "1728"). 

' There was a Rev. Sam. Evatt at Ashover, 1736.] 



14 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTEK [17J2 

SMITH, C. ("1732"). 

WILMOT, Robert (" 1734 "). 

GAMAGE, John (173. .. -1739), b. 1720, d. 1751. 

Son of Rev. John Gamage, M.A., Vicar of Lullington. Emm. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1742; M.A. and Fellow, 1746. Died at College, having just 
been presented to Brampton. 

TURNER, William (b. 1720). 

Son of William Turner, Attorney, Derby. Removed to Repton. St. 

John's Coll., Camb., 1738. 

VICKARS (-ORS), John. 

Attorney-at-law. Author of " Enquiry into the Rights of Non-resident 
Hon. Freemen ot Derby," 1778. 

BLACKWALL, Thomas ( -1738). 

Son of Thomas Blackwall; grand-nephew of Rev. Anthony Blackwall, 
O.D. Jesus Coll., Camb., B.A. 1742. Rector of Mugginton, 1758-1800. 

BAGE, Robert (circa 1739-** 1745 "), b. 1728 ; d. 1 Sept., 1801. 

Son of — Bage, paper maker, Darley Abbey. Celebrated novelist. 

Author of " Mount Heneth," 1781 : '* Barham Downs," 1784; "Fair Syrian," 
1787 ; "James Wallace," 1788; " Man as He is," 1792 ; " Hermsprong, or Man 
as He is not," 1796. Of Tamworth, Warwickshire. 

CHAMBERS, William (173. ..-1743), b. 172s ; d. 4 Sept., 1777. 

Son of John Chambers, Esq., Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 

1746, M.A. 1750, D.D. 1762. Rector of Ackworth, Northants. Monument in 
All Saints', Derby. 

WARD, Richard (1740), b. 1730, d. 1814. 

Of St. Werburgh's, Derby. M.D. 

HEATHCOTE, Anthony (" 1741 "), b. 1725 ; d. 25 Au^'., 1772. 

Son of John Heathcote, of EvesknoU, Glossop. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 

B.A. 1746, M.A. 1749. Vicar of Compton Abbas, in Dorsetshire. 

LOCKETT, William Merill (174...), b. 1732, d. 1777. 

Son of Rev Wm. Lockett, M.A., Vicar of St. Werburgh's, Derby. 

Town Clerk of Derby, 1776. 

WRIGHT, John (173-. -1745), b. 1729, d. 1798. 

Sou of John Wright, O.D.. Attorney, Derby. Removed to Repton. 

Attornej'. 

WRIGHT, Rich.ard (174. .. -1745), b. 1730; d. 2 Feb., 1814. 

Brother of above. Removed to Repton. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 

1762; M.A. 1765; Fellow; M.D. 1773. Derby. Monument in St. Alkmund's. 

HEATHCOTE, Thornhill (173. .-1746), b. 4 Feb., 1728 ; d. Aug., 

1785. 

Son of Samuel Heathcote, Attorney-at-law, Derby. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1749. Colonel of Marines. Lived in the Market Place, 1772. 

WRIGHT, Joseph (circa 1746), b. 1734; d. 29 Aug., 1797. 

Son of John Wright, O.D.. Attornev, Derby. Celebrated painter, 

known as "WRIGHT, OF DERBY." Studied in London and Italy. Fellow 
of the Society of British Artists, 1781. Associate of the Royal Academy. 
Monument in St. Alkmund's. 

BIRCH, Thomas (" 174... "), b. 1732. 

Son of Rev. Jonathan Birch, Bakewell. Hertford Coll., Ox.. B.A. 

1755. 

BINGHAM, James (174 ••-175 [4] ), b. 1736. 

Son of John Bingham. Mercer; Mayor of Derb}', 1757. Removed to 

Heath School, Yorks. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1758. M.A. 17GI. 



1745] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 15 

HOPE, Charles (174.. -1750), b. r733; d. 6 Dec, 1798. 

Son of William Hope, M.D., O.D., Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1764, M.A. 17GL Vicar of St. Werburgh's, St. Michael's, and All 
Saints', 1774-98. Monument in All Saints', Derbj'. 

FLETCHER, Samuel (i7---i753)» b. 1735. 

Son of Rev. Henry Fletcher, O.l)., Vicar of Spondon. Ashe Exh., 

Emm. Coll., Camb.; B.A. 1758. Vicar of Calke. His two youngest sons 
died abroad while serving their country—Mark, at Cuttack, 11 Dec, 1803, 
fct. 22; John Joseph, in the island of Walcheren, 5 Sept., 1809, let. 23. 

HOPE, John (1745), b. 1730; d. 19 Sept.. 1819. 

Son of John Hope, of Derby, who, considering that his brother. Dr. 
William Hope, and his father, Dr. John Hope, were O.D.'s, was most pro- 
bably educated at the same school. Was four times Mayor of Derby, 

1781, 1787, 1795, and 1804. 

HOPE, William (1745). 

Brother of above. 

HENSHAW, John (1745). 

HEATHCOTE, William (1745), b. 21 Feb., 1726; d. 8 Dec, 1783. 

Brother of Thornhill Heathcote. 

HEATHCOTE, Charles (1745), b. 28 Feb., 1730; d. i Nov., 1803. 

Brother of above. Captain in the Army, and Colonel of the Hereford 

Militia; Paymaster of the Hereford Recruiting District, 179d. Died at 
Hereford. 

DENSTON, William (1745). 
MEYNELL, John (1745), b. 1727, d. 1802. 

Son of Francis Meynell, O.D., Surgeon, Derby. Surgeon, living in 

Irongate, Derby. 

GRETTON, Walthall (1745). 

[? Vicar of Norton, Salop, 1771.] 



Hep. Ocovgc Hlmon^, J5.H., l)ea& /ftastet, circa 1750. 



CANTRELL, Joseph Craddock ( -1757), b. 1738. 

Son of Rev. Henry Cantrell, O.D., Derby. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 1757. 

GREGSON, Robert ("175 [7]). 

(v. supra, 1719.) 

The following;: ten performed the Tragedy of "Cato," by 
Dryden, at the School, in 1753 :>- 

BINGHAM, John(?) (1753). 

Personated " Marcus." [John Bingham (b. 1735, d. 1819) was an Alder- 
man, living in Irongate at the close of the eighteenth century. J 

BAKEWELL, Robert (?) (i753). 

Personated "Cato." [A Kobert Bakewell at that time was a magistrate 
of Derby.] 

PASCHAL, George (1753), b. 1737. 

Personated *' Juba." He composed for the performance a Prologue and 
Epilogue, which were published in '' Elegant Extracts." 

HUTCHINSON (1753). 

Personated "Porcius." [A John Hutchinson, from Derby, matriculated 
at St. John's Coll., Camb., in 1764, aged 17.] 



16 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1/53 

BATEMAN (1753). 

Personated "Lnciiis." [A John Bateman (son of William Bateman, 
County Coroner, 1725-58), who died in 1800, was Attorney and Coroner, 
Derby.] 

KENNEDY (1753). 

Personated *' Sempronius." '"A John Kennedy (son of Rev. John Ken- 
nedy, Vicar of Bradley, near Ashbourne, b. 1698, d. 1782), b. 1732, d. 1792, 
was Rector of Bradley, co. Derby.] 

WILMOT (1753). 

Personated " Syphax." ""Mij^ht be Edward Wilmot (son of Edward 
Wilmot, Esq., of Duffield), b.'l744; of Trinity Coll., Ox., 1761, and Middle 
Temple. Barrister-at-law.] 

HOPE (1753)- 

Personated "Decius." [^This is probably Robert Hope (son of Dr. 
William Hope, O.D., of Derby), b. 1737, d. 1777, who was twice Mayor of his 
native town, in 1776 and 1777. 

HEATHCOTE, Sajtuel (1753). 

Personated "Marcia." [A Colonel Samuel Heathcote, J.P., lived in 
"Bridgate," Derby, 1776.] 

JOHNSON (1753). 

Personated "Lucia." 

DA VIES, Thomas (1753). 

Son of Rev. Joseph Davies, late Usher of Derby School. For whose 

benefit the above play was acted. 

CANTRELL, William (circa 1753). 

[? Son of Rev. William Cantrell, NormantonJ Bookseller, Derby. 

Married the daughter of John Blackwall, O.D., of Stoke, near Market Bos- 
worth. 

BAKEWELL, John (175. ..-1755). 

(v. supra, 1753.) Trinity Coll., Camb., B.A. 1758, M.A. 1761. Rev. 

John Bakewell, of Derby, 1775. 

WRIGHT, Richard (" 1753 "), b. 1740 ; d. 14 Oct., 1786. 

Son of Dr. Richard Wright, Derby. M.A., M.D. Was a Fellow of 

the Royal Society ; Fellow of the College of Physicians, and Censor, 1775-79 ; 
and a physician at St. George's Hospital. He died at his residence in 
Charles Street, London, but was buried in Derby. Monument in St. 
Michael's. 

COKE, Daniel Parker (175... -1762), b. 1745, d. 1825. 

Son of Thomas Coke, Esq., O.D., Barrister-at-law, Derby and Trusley. 

Queen's Coll., Ox., 1762; B.A. (All Souls'). 1769; M.A. 1772. Lincoln's 

Inn. 1768; Middle Temple, 1776. M.P. for Derby, 1776-80; for Nottingham, 
1780-1801, and 1803-12. One of the Commissioners for settling America's 
claims. Monument in All Saints' Church, Derby. 

WILMOT, Robert, b. 174(7). 

Son of Sir John Eardley Wilmot, O.I)., Lord Chief Justice. Of the 

East India Co. Died in India. 

WILMOT, John (1760), b. 1748/9; d. 2.; June, 1815. 

Brother of above. Removed to Westminster School. Univ. Coll., 

0.x. , 1776; B.A. 1769; Fellow of All Souls', Ox. Temple, Barrister-at-law, 
1769. M.P. for Tiverton and Coventry, 1781-4. MASTER OF CHANCERY, 
1783. Author of ".A. Short Defence of the Opposition," 1779; "A Treatise 
of the Laws and Customs of England," 1780 ; ** Notes of Opinions delivered 
in different Courts by Sir John Eardley Wilmot," and " Memoirs " of his 
father, 1802; "The Life and Letters of Bishop Hough," 1812; "History of 
the Commission of the American Claims," 1815. He died at his residence, 
Bruce Castle, Tottenham. 

WILMOT, Eardley. 

Brother of above. 



1760 J THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 17 

CO(TT)ON, W. ("1760"). 
MAYN . . ., S. ("1760"). 
WAWN ("WAVIN"), John ("1760"). 

[A John Dale Wawn was Rector of Stanton-by-Derby at the end of the 
eighteenth centary.] 

THORNHILL, Bache ("1760"), b. 1747, d. 1830. 

Son of Bache Thornhill, Esq., O.D., Stanton, co. Derby. Magd. Coll., 

Ox., 1765 ; M.A. 1769. High Sheriflf, 1776. Author. 

ALMOND, Rowland, bapt. 23 April, 1753. 

Son of Rev. George Almond, Head Master. Bookseller. Lived in St. 

Peter's Street, in 1772. 



1Rc\>. XTbomas /IBanlove, /IB»a*, 1bea^ /iBaster, 1761-177(4). 



SMITH, John Raphael (circa 1761), b. 1752 ; d. 2 March, 181 2. 

Son of Thomas Smith, Landscape Painter, known as " Smith of Derby." 

Celebrated mezzotintist, portrait and miniature painter and engraver. 

Of the Incorporated Society of Artists and Royal Academy, 1773-1805. 

GO(0)DWIN, B. or R. (" 1761 "). 
BAINBRIGGE, Thomas (1761), b. 1751, d. 1818. 

Son of Thomas Bainbrigge, Lord of the Manor of Rocester. J.P., 

1776. Sheriff for co. Staffs., 1801. Had estates at VVoodseat, Rocester, and 
Derby. Steward of O.D. Club, 1785. [Most probably his brothers— Joseph, 
b. 1752, Captain, Staffs. Militia; John, b. 175B, Captain, Derby Militia; and 
Philip, b. 1756, Lieut.-Colonel in the Army — were also O.D.'s.] 

BAGSHAWE, Samuel (1763-1765/7), b. 17.S3, d. 1804. 

Son of Colonel Samuel Bagshawe, M.P., Ford Hall, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

Removed to Repton, 1771. J. P. Of Ford Hall. Deputy Lieutenant for 

the County of Derby. 

FITZHERBERT, Alleyne (1763), b. 1753 ; d. 19 Feb., 1839. 

Son of William Fitzherbert, Esq., O.D., M.P., Tissington. Removed 

to Eton. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1774. Gold Medal for Classical 
Learning; Senior Optime. Elected Travelling Bachelor, 1775; M.A. 177.". 
celebrated Diplomatist. H.M.'s Minister at Brussels, 1777-82; Plenipoten- 
tiary at the Court in Paris, 1782; one of the Peace Negotiators at the close 
of the American War of Independence, 1783 ; Envoy Extraordinary to 
Catherine IT., Empress of Russia, whom he accompanied to the Crimea, 1787 ; 
Privy Councillor and Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; 
Envoy Extraordinary to the Hague ; Envoy Extraordinary to Madrid, 1791. 
Created an Irish Peer: BARON ST. HELENS. Ambassador at St. Peters- 
burg, 1801 ; Lord of the Bedchamber, 1804 ; Senior Member of the Privy 
Council. 

ALMOND, George, bapt. lo June, 1755. 

Son of Rev. George Almond, late Head Master. Ancestor of H. H. 

Almond, Esq., M.A., present Head Master of Loretto School, N.B. 

TROWELL, John. 

[? Son of John Trowell, Esq., Deputy Lieutenant for co. Derby, 1762, 
Long Eaton.] Major, 1787; Steward O.D. Club, 1785. 

BIRDS (? BIRCH), Richard ("1764"). 
WOODHOUSE (? WOOLHOUSE), J. (" 1764 "). 

[One of these names was a mining engineer in Derby at the end of the 
eighteenth century.] 

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18 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. [17M 

HOWELL, J. ("1764:'). 

VERNON, Edwabd Venables, b. 10 Oct., 1757 ; d. 5 Nov., 1847. 

Son of George, Lord Vernon, Sudbary Hall. Foundation Scholp., 

Westminster School. Christ Church, Ox., B.C.L. and D.C.L., 1786. Bishop 
of Carlisle. 1791; ARCHBISHOP OF YORK, 1808. On the death of his 
cousin, Field Marshal Wm., Earl Harcourt, G.C.B., his Grace took the name 
of Harcourt by Royal sign manual in 1881. 

(WOO- OR WI-)LLATT, R. and W. ("1763," "1770"). 
BATEMAN, John (176. ..-1768). 

[? Son of John Bateman, Esq., Derby.] Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., 

Camb. ; B.A. 1771. 

BALGUY, John (176. ..-1766), b. 1748, d. 1833. 

Son of Henry Balgay, Attorney, Derwent Hall, Appleton. Ashe Exh., 

Emm. Coll., Camb., 1766. Recorder of Derby. H.M.'s JUDGE on the Car- 
marthen Circuit. 

SEALE, John Barlow (176...), b. 1748, d. 1792. 

Son of Rev. John Seale, M.A., O.D., Vicar of St. Werburgh's, Derby. 

Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., 1771; Christ Church Coll., Camb., B.A. 1774, 

M.A. 1779; Fellow, D.D., 1789; F.R.S. Rector of Stisted. Author of 
" Analysis of Greek Meters " (eleven editions). 

BATEMAN, Hugh (circa 1766), b. 1756, d. 1824. 

Son of Richard Bateman, Esq., O.D., Derby. Univ. Coll., Ox., 1774. 

Barrister-at-law. Of Hartington Hall. Created a Baronet, 1806. Political 
writer. The best known of his works is " Thoughts upon the Causes of the 
present Distress of the Country, and Remedy," Bath, 1816. 

BATEMAN, Richard (circa 1766), b. 1757 ; d. 29 Mar., 1821. 

Brother of above. Univ. Coll., Ox., 1774. Lincoln's Inn. Deputy 

Lieutenant and Magistrate for co. Derby and Staffs. ; High Sheriff, 1812. 
Steward O.D. Club, 1785. Monument in All Saints', Derby. 

COOK, W. ("1769"). 
WILSON, WxM. ("1770"). 

[May have been the Wm. Wilson, of Derby (b. 1760, d. 1799), of St. 
John's Coll., Camb., B.D. ; Fellow of his College.] 

BORROW (-OUGH), Thomas (1770), b. 1759, d. 1838. 

Son of Thomas Borrow, J.P., O.D., Mavor of Derby, 1742. Went to 

Repton School. Univ. Coll., Ox., 1777. Middle Temple, Barrister-at-law. 
Captain of the Leicester Militia. Chetwynd Park, Salop. 

HOPE, Charles Stead (" 1771 "), b. 29 Oct., 1762 ; d. 1841. 

Son o! Rev. Charles Hope, M.A.. O.D., Vicar of St. Werburgh's, Derby. 

St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1784. Vicar of St. Alkmund's and All 

Saints', Derby. Five times Mayor of Derby, 1797-1830. Author. 

HENRY, Th. ("1771"). 

[? Son of Rev. — Henry, St. Peter's, Derby, 1772.] 

HALTON, WiNFiELD (177- -" 1777 "), b. 1760, d. 1831. 

Son of Dr. Emmanuel Halton, M.D., O.D., of Wingfield, co. Derby. 

Oflftcer in the Army (5th Foot) ; served with his Regiment in the American 
War of Independence; afterwards Colonel of Derbyshire Militia, 1812. 
Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant of the County. Steward of O.D. Club, 
1785. 

BLACKWALL, William (176. .. -1773), b. ^57- 

Son of Rev. Thomas Blackwall, O.D., Rector of Mugginton, co. Derby. 
Oriel Coll., Ox., B.A. 1778, M.A. 1780. Curate of St. Peter's, Derby, 1782. 

SIMPSON, James ("1775 "). ^' 21 Mar., 1760 ; d. 17 Oct., 1806. 

Son of Blythe Simpson, Ksq., Governor of Gaol, Derby. Attorney-at- 

law, Derby. Died at Lichfield. 

FOWKS, William ("i775")- 



1776] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 19 



IRev* antboni? ClarftstonCt A^a.t 1bea^ Aastett 

i77(4)-i793- 



STR(UT)T, Joseph ("1776"), b. 1765, d. 1884. 

Son of Jedediah Strutt. Mayor of Derby, 1836. Donor of the 

Arboretum to the town. 

HOW(E), J. (N.)("i775,» "i777")- 

[A Matthew Howe was Mayor of Derby in 1748-9.] 

FOWLER, William Tanorbd, b. 1764; d. 5 June, 1821. 

Surgeon, Derby. Monument in St. Werburgh's. 

HOW(E), H. ("177..."). 
COOK, P. (R.) ("1776"). 

[? Son of Richard Cook, Apothecary, Market Place, Derby.]. 

EARDLEY ("1776"). 

WARD, Richard (" 1777"), b. 1765, d. 1846. 

Son of Richard Ward, gent., of St. Werburgh*8, Derby. Wadham 

Coll., Ox., B.A. 1788. 

HALTON, Lancelot Greenthwaite (" 1777 "-[1780]), b. 1764, 
d. 29 Mar., 1832. 

Son of Emmanuel Halton, Esq., O.D., Wingfleld, co. Derby. Queen's 

Coll., Ox., B.A. 1784, M.A. 1787. Rector of South Wingfleld, 1806; Rector 
of Thrnxton, Hants, 1806-82. 

MELLOR, William ("1777")- 

Son of George Mellor, Surgeon, Derby. 

ORME, Walter ("1777")- 
PRATT, T. ("1777"). 

[? Son of Samuel Pratt, of St. Peter's, 1736-1808.] 

EVATT (-ALT), William (" 1778 "). 

(v. supra, 1728.) 

HOPE, Robert (1779- ), b. 26 Aug., 1769; d. 22 May, 1839. 

Son of Rev. Charles Hope, M.A., O.D., Vicar of St. Werburgh's, Derby. 

His brothers, Mark (b. 29 Dec, 1781; d. 11 Dec, 1803, in the East 

Indies) and John Joseph (b. 12 July, 1786 ; d. 25 Sept., 1809, in the Island of 
Walcharen) were presumably educated at the same school. 

COCKAYNE, Thomas ( -1780). 

Son of Thomas Mildmay Cockayne, Esq., of Sopern, Herts, only son of 

Colonel Thomas Cockayne, O.D. (q.v.). Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb. ; 

B.A. 1784, M.A. 1788, D.D. 1813. Rector of Dogmersfield, Hants, 1826; and 
Stapleton, Bristol, 1829. 

HOLDEN, Robert (1780), b. 1769. 

Son of Robert Holden, Esq., Darley Abbey. Christ Church, Ox., 

B.A. 1791. High Sheriff, 1813. 

WALKER, William (" 1782"). 

St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791; Fellow, 1792; B.D. 1798 
Senior Fellow, 1808. 

RADFORD, Alexander ("1790"). 

Son of John Radford, Esq., of Smalley Hall, J.P., High Sheriff. 



20 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1791 

RADFORD, John, b. 1778; d. 29 Mar., 1866. 

Brother of preceding. County Magistrate from 1828; Visiting Justice 

of Derby Gaol. Of Smalley Hall. 

RADFORD, Samuel Richardson (" 1791 "). 

Brother of above. Solicitor, Derby. 

BATEMAN, John (178...). 

Son of John Bateman, O.D., Attorney, Derby. Gray's Inn, 1790. 

SIMPSON, Charles ("1792"). 

The following names, copied from Inscriptions in the Old 
Grammar School, and evidently dating from the sixteenth, 
seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, ought not to be 
left unrecorded. Unfortunately, the owners did not im- 
mortalise the year In which they were alumni, so that 
they can only l>e entered alphal>eticaily. 

ALLES(TREE), William. 

[There were at least three distinguished persons of these names born 
at Derby— (1) William Allestree, son of Thomas Allestree, Lord of the 
Manor of Alvaston, b. 1688, d. 1665, Recorder of Derby, and M.P. 1640-41. 

(2) W. Allestree, son of George Allestree, b. 1643, of Christ Coll., Ox. 

(3) William Allestree, sou of Roger Allestree, M.P., of Darley Hall ; Gray's 
Inn, 1659; M.A., Queen's Coll., Ox., 1666; High SheriflT, 1C83; M.P., 1685.] 

AULT, Peter. 
AULT, George. 

[One of these names was LL.B., Com. Reg., Camb., 1729. 

AULT, R. 
BADDELEY. 

[Rev. George Baddeley, D.D., was ('urate of Melbounn', 1751 ; Rt* v. 
John Baddeley, Rector of Hayfield, 1755.] 

BAKER, J. 
BATEMAN, B. 
BATEMAN, Ch. 

[Charnell Bateman was a Coroner for Derbj-^shire iu 1800. 

BATEMAN, E. 
BIL..., Michael. 
BIDDLE, F. 
BOME, W. 
BRAMTON, D. 
BROUGHTON, Sam. 
BURROW, D. 
CECIL, Robert. 

[The Cecils were Lords of the Manor of Drontit-ld. One Robert Cecil 
sold Langley to Godfrey Meynell in the seventeenth ctMitury. 

CECIL, W. 
CLAY, Ben. 

[One of these names, from Notts., was Fellow of St. John's Coll., Camb., 
in 1784.] 

CROFT (17...). 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 21 

DART(W...), H. 
DAVISON, William. 

[One of these names was Vioar of Hartiugtou, 1827.J 

DAWKINS, Henry. 

[May be the same as Henry Dakeyne, 1719 (q.v.); or a relative of 
Edward Dawkins (son of Dr. Polycarpus Dawkins, of Derby), who was of 
Christ Church, Ox., in 1677.] 

DENBY, Charles. 

[The organist of All Saints', Derby, in 1750, was called Charles Denby ; 
he composed six sonatas, which he " inscribed to Her Oraoe the Duchess of 
Devonshire."] 

DENBY, J. 
EVERY, John. 

[May have belongel to the Egginton family.] 

FOWLER, J. 

[There is a monument in St. Wer burgh's to a Joseph Fowler, b. 1625 ; 
d. 21 March, 1702.] 

FOWLER, W. 

[There lived, in 1772, a Wra. Fowler, Attorney, in Friar Gate.] 

FOX, K. 
FRE..., J. 

FRANCEYS, E. on F. 
FRANCEYS, Wm. 

[One of these names was an Apothecary, -and three' times {Mayor of 
Derby, 1697-170U, and father of Henry Franceys, O.D. (q.v.).] 

G{AR)LIK, A. or N. 

[A Nicholas Garlick, a Catholic priest, of co. Derby, b. 1554, studied at 
Gloucester Hall, Ox., in 1574 ; was for seven years schoolmaster at Tideswell ; 
died a martyr for his religion, in Derby, 24 July, 1588.] 

GEORGE, W. 
GELL, W. 

[May have been Sir William Gell — son of Philip Gbll, of Hopton — 
1777-1836; Jesus Coll., Camb., B.A. 1793, M.A. 1804; Fellow of Emm. Coll. 
Classical Archaeologist, and author of works on Greece, Ithaca, Pompeii, 
Rome, etc. The " Classic Gell " of Byron's "English Bards."] 

GELL, J. 
GILLOTT. 
GOL..., W. 
GREGSON, Th. 
GREY. 
HALL, Hy. 
HALTON, 0. 

[Probably of the Wingfield family.] 

HOUGHTON, Thomas. 

[Very old inscription. May have been Thomas Houghton, Bailiff, of 
Derby, in 1631, whose son, Gervase Houghton, O.D., matriculated at Magd. 
Coll., Ox., in 1639 (q.v.).] 

HEATHCOTE, F. 

[A Michael Heathcote, of Derby, who died in 1707, had a son called 
Francis. ' 



22 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 

HOBS..., Is. 
HORTON, Lawrence. 

[Probably one of the ten children of Christopher Horton, (),D. 
(1701-64.)] 

K...IWL..., (Fel)ix. 
LIDEL, M. 
LOCK, H. 
LOWE, Phil. 
MAPPY (-BBY). 
MAY..., W. 
MEYNELL, G. 

[There have been seyeral Godfreys in the Meynell family, of Langley.i 

MORLEY, John. 
MORLIDGE, Abram. 

(v. supra.) 

NEVILL, W. OR A. 
PRIME (? PRINCE). 
RICHARDSON, W. 
RITCHE, H. (17...). 
RITGHE, W. (17...). 
ROBERTS, Wm. 
ROE, R. AND C. I 

^^„ _, } [A Roe was at school with Robert Hope in 1780.' 

ROE, George. ) 
ROME, Wm. 
SHAW. 
SHER..., W. 
SHIRLEY, Th. 

[One of these names, of Wickersley, 1619-67.] 

SMITH, John. 
SMITH, Wm. 
TA...NE, Wm. (16...). 
VICKERS, John. 
VICROS. 
WALKER, W, 

[A William Walker, son of Promus Walker, of Derby, b. 1561. matri- 
culated at St. John's Coll., Ox., in 1581.] 

W'SHER (sic), Thoms (sic). 
WILLIAMS, Wm. 
WOOLLEY, T. 
WRIGHT, Thomas. 

[There was a Thomas Wright (son of Thomas Wright, of Derby), 
Captain in the E. India Service, 1705-80 (?). Another Thomas Wright was 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Derby, in 1786.] 



]796] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 23 



1Rcv. James SUgbt t)ea6 /ftastett 1793-1834. 



BILSBOROUGH, Dewhurst (17... -1794). 

Son of George Bilsborough, Attorney-at-law, St. Peter's, Derby. 

Trin. CoU., Camb., B.A. 17»7, M.A. 1801. 

GOULD, Henry Edward (178 [9] ), b. 8 Sept., 1780 ; d. 29 Oct., 1810. 

Son of Lady Barbara Gould, of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts., and grand- 
son of Henry, 19th Baron Grey de Ruthyn, 8rd Earl of Sussex. Succeeded 

his grandfather, in 1799, as the 20th Baron Grey de Ruthyn. 

HALTON, Emanuel (1796), b. 1784, d. 1875. 

Son of Winfield Halton, Arm., O.D., of Wingtield, co. Derby. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin, 1803; B.A. 1810; incorporated in that degree, Trin. Coll., Ox., 
1812. Vicar of South Wingfield. 

RADFORD, Thomas ("1796 "), b. 16 Aug., 1783. 

Son of John Radford, Esq., Smalley Hall. J. P., co. Derby. Carnfleld 

HaU. 

RADFORD, Edward (" 1797 "-" 1806 "), b. 26 July, 1788 ; d. 1872. 

Brother of above. J. P., D.L, Tansley Wood. Deputy Lieutenant. 

1855. 

RADFORD, Henry. 

Brother of above. 

ARCHDALL, George (" 1800"), b. 14 May, 1787 ; d. 1871. 

Son of Richard Archdall, Esq., M.P., Spondon, co. Derby. Emm. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1815; Fellow, 1817; M.A. 1818; B.D. 1826; 
D.D. 1835. MASTER OF EMMANUEL COLLEGE, 1885-71. Canon of 
Norwich, 1842. 

HADEN, Charles Thomas, b. 20 Oct., 1786; d. 1834. 

Son of Thomas Haden, Surgeon, St. Michael's Churchyard ; Mayor of 

Derby, 1811-19. M.D. Surgeon in London. Author of ** Diseases of 

Children." 

HADEN, Henry (" 1804"), b. 1790, d. 1831. 

Brother of above. Surgeon of the Derbyshire Infantry. Killed in 

the riots. Monument in All Saints', Derby. 

HADEN, Richard Wright. 

Brother of above. Twenty-one years in Merchant Service. "Wine 

Merchant. J. P. Derby. 

PEACH, William, b. 1796, d. 1867. 

Son of Rev. Henry Peach, Langley, co. Derby. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1819; won the prize for the Hulsean Essay; Fellow, 1819; 
M.A. 1821. Vicar of Brampton, co. Derby. 

8ITWELL, Hkrvey Wilmot, b. 1794, d. 1874. 

Son of Ed. Sacheverell Wilmot bitwell, Esq., Morley. Of Stainsby 

House. B.A., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1817. Vicar of Leamington, Hastings. 

SIT WELL, Robert Sacheverell Wilmot, b. 1797, d. 1891. 

Brother of above. Held a Commission in the 29th Regiment. 

SIMPSON, Robert (" 1808 "), b. 1796. 

Son of Robert Simpson, Jeweller, Derby. Queens' Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1819, M.A. 1822; F.R.S., F.S.A. Curate of St. Peter's, Derby, and 
$t. Luke's, Ilkeston. Vicar of Basford, Notts., 1840. Was an antiquary of 
extensive learning, as is fully evidenced by his "Antiquities of Derby," 
3 vols., 1826. 



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SIMPSON, John (" i8ii "), b. 1798. 

Brother of preceding. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1821, M.A. 1824, 

D.D. 1839. Vicar of Alstonfield, 1822. Published sermons, and several works 
of a controversial nature. Autlior of " Nature of Evil of Schism/' etc. 

WHITEHURST, Charles Howard ("1807," " 1810 "), b. 1797; 
d. 13 Mar., 1879. 

Son of John Whitehurst, gent., Derby. Wadham Coll., Ox.» B.A. 1819. 

Middle Temple, Barrister-at-law, 1822; Q.C. and Bencher, 1844. Midland 
Circuit. 

CHURCH, John ("1809"). 

Son of John Church, Manufactui •:(?), Derby. Needle Manufacturer, 

St. Helen's Street, Derby. 

HADEN, Frederick. 

Son of Thomas Haden, Esq., Derby. Died at Berbice. 

HADEN, John Clark, d. 1871 (?). 

Brother ot above. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., B.A. 1827, M.A. 1830. 

Rector of Hutton, 1839; Precentor, "Westminster Abbey; Minor Canon of 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 1846. In 1834 he was appointed to the poet of Priest- 
in-ordinary to King William lY., and continued in the same office during 
the reign of Her late Majesty. 

COX, Edward, b. 1802, d. 1869. 

Son of John Cox, Esq., Brailsford Hall, co. Derby. Removed to 

Rugby. Trin. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1825, M.A. 1880. Rector of Succombe, 
Minehead, Somerset, from 1839. 

BROUGH, H. ("1812"). 

FOX, Samuel (** 1816"), b. 1801 ; d. 7 Sept., 1870. 

Son of Edward Fox, Esq., Derby. Pemb. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1824, 

M.A., F.S.A. Curate and Rector of Morley for 41 years. "One of the most 
learned Anglo-Saxon scholars of the day." Author of a "Translation of 
King Alfred's Boetbius' ' de Consolatioue,' " 1835 ; " Monks and Monasteries," 
1846 ; " The Holy Church throughout the World," 1857 ; " Messologium, or 
the Poetical Calendar of the Anglo-Saxons," 18...; "History of Morley," 
1872; "History of Rome, for Young Persons," 1833; "Catechumen's In- 
structor," 1833; "Young Christian's Instructor," J833; "Noble Army of 
Martyrs," 1848; " St. David's " ; "King Alfred's Anglo-Saxon Version of the 
Metres of Boethius." Memorial in Morley Church. 

RADFORD, Alexander (" 181... "). b. 1800. 

Son of Alexander Radford, Esq., O.D., Smalley. Of Betton Hall, 

Salop. 

COX, William Thomas, b. 1809, d. 1877. 

Son of Roger Cox, Esq., Spoudon Hall, co. Derby. Twice Mayor of 

Derby, 1859 and 1860 ; High Sheriff, 1861 ; M.P., 1866. 

CHATTERTON, John, b. 181 o, d. 1891. 

Son of Alderman John Chatterton, Mayor of Derby in 1832, 1, Amen 
Alley, Derby. Lead Manufacturer, Derby. 

DAVENPORT, Joseph Lancelot, b. 1808, d. 1867. 

Son of Joseph Davenport, Esq., Derby. Silk Manufacturer, Osmaston 

Road, Derby. 

DAVENPORT, Ebenezer (" 1822 "), b. 181 2, d. 1865. 

Brother of above. Silk Manufacturer, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

DAVENPORT, Arthur Agard, b. 181 4, d. 1849. 

Brother of above. M.D. Eastwood. 

WEBSTER, Harry ("1823"). 
BACON.... 

Captain of the School, ...... 



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MOZLEY, Arthur (circa 1830), b. 1819 ; d. 4 Mar., 1892. 

Son of Henry Mozley, Publisher. Oriel Coll., Ox., B.A. 1840, M.A. 

1844. Master of Emmanuel Hospital, Westminster. Vicar of St. Peter's, 
Westminster, 1869-80 ; of Plymtree, 1883-92. 

HOPE, Robert John (...1832), b. 1818, d. 1897. 

Son of Robert Hope, Esq., O.D., Derby. Went to Repton. Cath. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1841, M.A. 1844. Curate of St. Sepulchre's, Snow Hill, London; 
of St. Michael's, Prince Town, Dartmouth, 1877. Scarborough. 

HOPE, William (1830), b. 1822; d. 8 Dec, 1889. 

Brother of above. — St. Cath. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1846 ; Dom. Chaplain to 
Earl Ferrers; M.A. 1849. Vicar of St. Peter's, Derby, 1847-89. Was for a 
long time the only pupil at Derby School under Rev. Mr. Bligh. 

COX, John Henry (circa 1833), b. 10 Aug., 1822 ; d. 10 June, 1863. 

Son of Henry Cox, Esq., Parkfields, Derby. Worcester Coll., Ox., 

1841. Lincoln's Inn, 1846. 

BORRINGTON. James (**i83o"). 

Business : Friar Gate, Derby. 

SANDARS, John, b. 1814; d. 8 July, 1844. 

Son of John Sandars, J.P., of Mackworth ; Mayor of Derby in 1839. 

Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1837. Clerk in Holy Orders. Died at St. Bees, 
Cumb. 



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FLETCHER, John Waltham (1834-1837),.^ 5 Sept., 1816; 
d. 8 Nov., 1896. 

Son of Thos. Fletcher, Handsworth, Staffs. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 

B.A. 1842, M.A. 1845. Curate of Holy Trinity, Coventry, 1842-45 ; Chaplain 
of CO. Gaol, Coventry, 1851-54; Chaplain of Leics. co. Gaol, 1854-i7 ; Curate of 
Narboro', Leics., 1878-79 ; Curate of Boulton. " Ashley," Burton Road, Derby. 

*LEACROFT, Charles Holcombe (1833-1834), b. 1824; d. 24 
Sept., 1899. 

Son of Col. Richard Becher Leacroft, Matlock and Derby. Trin. 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1847, M.A. 1851. Curate of Ibstock, Leics., 1847-57; 
Vicar of Brackenfield 1857, and Dethick 1860. Fondly termed the " Bishop 
of Brackenfield." Brass tablet and two stained glass windows in St. John's 
Church, Dethick, 1900. 

♦LEACROFT, John William (1834-1837), b. 1826. 

Brother of above.— — Queen's Coll., Birmingham, L.S.A. 1848; M.D. 
(Aberdeen) 1854 ; Surgeon. 18, Hartington Street^ Derby. 

COX, Thomas (1834), b. 21 June, 1825; d. 8 Feb., 1865. 

Son of Henry Cox, J. P., Parkfields, Derby. St. John's Coll., Camb.» 

B.A. 1845, M.A. 1848. Captain of Derby Militia. 

HARWOOD, Thomas (1835^1838), b. 1821. 

Son of Thos. Harwood, Surgeon. King's Coll., London. 

-GODWIN, Richard Batkin (1836), b. 1828, d. 1862. 

Son of Richard Bennet Godwin, Surgeon, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 

Brasenose Coll., Ox., B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852. Curate to Rev. — Holden, 
Nuttal Temple. 

RAYNER, Harry, b. 1825/6. 

Son of S. Rayner, Artist, Friar Gate, Derby. 



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SHAW, Francis (1836-18...), b. 1824; d. 11 Jan., 1888. 

Son of William Shaw, Mill-owuer, Friar Gate, Derby. Solicitor, 

Derby. 

SHAW, Thomas. 

Brother of above. Mill-owiier, Derby. 

WEBSTER, Harry (1836). 

Son of Dr. Webster, Surgeon, Derby. 

GAWLER, Henry (circa 1836), b. 12 Aug., 1827 ; d. Dec, 1894. 

Son of Col. George Gawler, Friar Gate, Derby. Removed to Rugby. 

Matriculated at King's Coll., Loudon. Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law ; 
High Court of Adelaide, South Australia. Died at Adelaide. 

GAWLER, John Cox (circa 1836), b. 7 April, 1830; d. 31 July, 
1882. 

Brother of above. Removed to Rugby. King's Coll., London. 

Commission in the 73rd Regt., 1849 ; served through the Kaffir War, 1850-51 
(medal) ; close of Indian Mutiny (Staff) ; retired as a Colonel, 1872; Keeper 
of the Regalia, 18?2-82. 

♦FLETCHER, Henry (1837-1840), b. 1821 ; d. 14 June, 1885. 

Son of Thos. Fletcher, Handsworth, Staffs. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 

B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Shrewsbury, and of Thornton 
Curtis, Lines. 

FORMAN, Thomas Boden (1838). 

Son of Aid. Robert Forman, Mayor of Derby in 1848. Mayor of Derby, 

1869 ; was, on the occasion of the birth of his son, presented with a silver 
cradle by the Corporation of Derby. Abbot's Hill, Derby. 

*BR ANSON, F. (1837-184...). 

Son of — Branson, Staffs. Captain of the School in 1842. 

HOWARD, Geo. Broadley (1835-1842), b. Nov., 1827. 

Son of Rev. J. G. Howard, M.A., Vicar of St. Michael's, Derby. 

Removed to Sedbergh School. Lupton Scholp., St. John's Coll., Camb. ; 
B.A. 1853. Held various Curacies, 1853-90, including Government Chaplaincy 
in India, 1856-64. Secretary of Clergy Friendly Society since 1882. Author of 
•' The Christians of St. Thomas and their Liturgies " (trans, from the Syriac), 
1864; "The Syrian Christians of Malabar," 1869; ''The Filioque and the 
Schism," 1892 ; " The Canons of the Primitive Church " (trans, from a Syriac 
MS. of the sixth century), 1896; "The Rise and Progress of Presbyterianism," 
1898; "A Legend of Old St. Paul's," 1874; Article in the Anglo-Catholic, 
" The Church of England and the Catholic Creed." 29, Camhriige Road, 
Bromley y Kent. 

^:=CLOWES, Samuel William (1836-18...), b. 27 Jan., 1821. 

Son of Col. Wm. Leigh Clowes (3rd King's Own Dragoons), Broughton 

Hall, Manchester; M.P. for North Leicestershire. Removed to Rugby. 

Brasenose Coll., Ox., B.A. 1843. J.P. ; High Sheriff for Derbyshire, 1888-89 ; 
Master of the Meynell Hunt; M.P. for North Leicestershire, 1863-80. 

♦CLOWES, John (1836), b. 28 Mar., 1823. 

Brother of above. J.P., D.L. Burton Courts Htreford. 

WALTON, William H., b. 1828. 

Son of Thos. Wedgwood Walton, Chemist, Derby. Midshipman, East 

India Company ; Commander of Coasting Vessel (British Navy) in Australia, 
where he has settled. 

*JARY, Wm. Heath (1837), b. 1828, d. 1888. 

Son of Wm. Heath Jary, J.P., D.L., of Blafield Lodge, Norfolk. 

Capt. 18th Norfolk Rifles. J.P. Burlingham House, Norwich. 

nVORTHINGTON, Henry (1838-18...). 

Son of — Worth ington, Burton-on-Trent. Pupil of Mr. Douglas Fox. 

Surgeon, Australia. 



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♦WORTHINGTON, Thomas (1838-18...). 

Brother of preceding. Late Solicitor, Derby. 

^WORTHINGTON, Edward (1838-18...). 

Brother of above. Studied medicine. 

BEMROSE, Henby Howe (1838-1842), b. Nov. 19, 1827. 

Son of Wm. Bemrose, Publisher, etc., Derby. Went to King William's 

Coll., Isle of Man. Derby Tovin Council, 1871 ; Mayor, 1877-78; Alderman ; 
Borough and County Magistrate; M.P. for Derby, 1895-1000; late President 
of the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary ; one of the Governors of Derby School ; 
a most liberal benefactor to his native town; knighted in 1897 in recognition 
of his public services ; head of the firm, Bemrose & Sons, Ltd., Derby and 
London ; First President of the Institute of Printers. Author of " Lay Work 
in the Church,"" A Month in Egypt," " The Choral Book," "The Choir 
Chant-Book." Lonsdale Hill^ Derby, Clubs : Carlton and Constitutional. 

GAMBLE, William (?i838). 

Son of Edward Gamble, Solicitor, Wardwick, Derby. Lawyer, Derby. 

♦JACKSON, William Henby (1838-18...), b: 1825. 

Son of Henry Jackson, Manufacturer, Tutbury. Scholar of Brasenose 

Coll., Ox., 1846; B.A. (8rd Class Lit. Hum.) 1847 ; M.A. 1861. Rector of Ches- 
terton, Staffs., 1860-75 ; Rector of Thorp Arch, Boston Spa, Yorks, 1875-.. . 

♦GISBORNE, — (1839). 
HARWOOD, E. Berwick (1836- 1840), b. 1823. 

Son of Thos. Harwood, Surgeon, Derby. Farmer. 

HARWOOD, Charles (1836), b. 1825; d. 3 Jan., 1901. 

Brother of above. M.R.C.S., M.D. (Edin.), 1860 ; Assist. Demonstrator 

to Sir James Simpson ; Shardlow Medical Officer of Health. Surgeon-Major 
Derbyshire Regiment. Shardlow. 

MOUSLEY, Frank [Francis] (1838-1842), b. 1827. 

Son of Wm. Eaton Mousley, Solicitor; Mayor of Derby, 1845 and 1846. 
Went to Eton. New Coll., Ox., 1845. 

MOUSLEY, Charles (1838- 1842). Dead. 

Brother of above. Magd. Coll., Camb. 

BAKER, William (1839-? 1843). 

Son of William Baker, Silk Merchant, Derby. Christ's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1846, M.A. 1849. Curate of St. George's, Kendal, 1846; 
Godmanchester, 1848-50 ; Thruscross, Yorks, 1860-52 ; St. Mark's, Hull, 1863-59 ; 
Richmond, Yorks, 1859-61. Vicar of Crambe, York, 1861-94. Author of 
"Harmonic Maxims of Science and Religion," " Key to Spiritual Problems," 
" Querenda on two Historical Problems." 4U, Mapperley Boad^ Nottingham. 

HOWARD, Charles Gorham (1839-18...), b. 1829. 

Son of Rev. J. G. Howard, M.A., Vicar of St. Michael's, Derby. 

Removed to Hull Coll. School. Manufacturer. 358, Beverley Boad, Hull. 

SE VERNE, Herbert (1839-18...). Dead. 

Son of Francis Seveme, Manufacturing Jeweller, Osmaston Road, Derby. 
Landowner in Yorks. 

FLEWKER, John (? 1839), b. 1829, d. 1877. 

Son of John Flewker, Solicitor, Derby. India ; afterwards Dawlish. 

Played in Cricket Match for Derby v. All England, August, 1848. Died in 
Australia. 

WRIGHT, (?)JoHN (183.... 1 843). 

Son of — Wright, Derby. Followed Dr. W. Fletcher to Southwell. 

BAKER, William de Foe ( i 839-1 843), b. 1831. 

Son of Dr. Wm. Baker, Hon. Physician at Derby Infirmary ; J.P., Derby. 

Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1854, M.A. 1859. Curate at Orsett, 

Essex, 1856-63 ; St. Jude's, Southsea, 1863-66 ; S. Collingham, Notts., 1868-71 ; 
Vicar of Saxilby, Lines., 1871-82; Rural Dean of Lawress, 1875-83; Vicar of 
Welton, Lines., 1882-95 ; Rector of Snelland, Lines., 1895-.. . 



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CALVERT, Edward (1840). 

Son of Fid«A'ard Calvert, Manager of Messrs. Smith's Bank, Derby. 

Port Latin Scholar, St. John's Coll., Camb. ; B.A. (First Class Classics) 1853 ; 
M.A. 1855 ; LL.D. 1870. Second Master, Shrewsbury School. 

CALVERT, Arthub (1840). Dead. 

Brother of above. .-St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. (Junior Opt.) 1853; 

M.A. 1856: Fellow, 1855. Head Master Crediton School, 1865-77; Rector of 
More ton, 1877. 

FLEWKER, William ( i 840-1845), b. Dec, 1830. 

Brother of pr.»cedin>? (John Flewker). Solicitor, Wolverhampton. 

Retired, 1893. 

FLEWKER, Arthur (i 842-1846). 

Brother of above. Mining Engineer. Died at Demerara. 

FARMER, John P. (1841). 

M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1847, L.S.A. (Lond.) 1848. Surgeon at Brockley, 
Northants. 

GERMAN, Joseph (1840), b. 1826. Dead. 

Son of Wm. German, Derby. Surgeon, Friar Gate, Derby. 

*GELL, H. N. (1840-18...), d. 1846. 

Son of — Gell, Solicitor, (?) Nottingham. Officer in the Mariiu's. 

*GILLETT, Francis Calvert (1840-18 . ), d. 1S96. 

Son of — Gillett, Laud Agent, etc., Uttoxeter. Mining Engineer. 

Duffield Bank House. 

JOHNSON, John (1840-18...), b. 1828, d. circa 1894. 

Son of John Johnson, Surgeon, Derby. M.D. (Edin.) 1850 : Physician 

at Derby Infirmary, 1854 : Fellow of Paris Medical Society ; Phvsician at 
Tunbridge Wells General Hospital. Elmstead, St. James, Tunbridge Wells. 

SMITH, Charles Fredk. Stuart (1840-18...), b. 1829. Dead. 

Son of Geo. Warwick Smith, Artist, of Shenston, Staffs., and Derby. 

Pemb. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1846. Civil Engineer. 

SIMPSON, Henry Blythe (1841-18...), b. 27 May, 1831 ; d. 18 
Jan., 1862. 

Son of James Blythe Simpson, Solicitor (Simpson & Frear), Derby. 

Solicitor. Died in Australia. 

SIMPSON, John James (1841), d. 1876. 

Brother of above. Registrar of Derby Probate Court. 

LATHAM, Edward (18...-1843), b. ^833. 

Son of Rev. John Latham, B.D., Vicar of Little Eaton, 1848-78; Canon 

Residentiary, Lichfield. Followed Dr. Fletcher to Southwell. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Assistant Master of Repton School, 1856-73 ; 
Vicar of Matlock Bath, 1875, where he died. 

LATHAM, John Herbert (1841-18...), b. 1831. 

Brother of above. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. (8th Wrangler), 1S.54; 

M.A. 1857 ; Fellow of Clare Coll., Camb. Civil Engineer ; practised in India. 
Ngarawahia^ Auckland, New Zealand. 

BAKER, Charles (1841-18...). 

Son of Wm. Baker, Silk Merchant, Derby. Ordained in 1869 by the 

Archbishop of Canterbury. Held various Curacies. Head Master of St. John's 
Coll. 43, Moscow Road, London. 

*BARLOW, — , (1841-18...). 

Son of — Barlow, near Uttoxeter. 

♦CARTHEW, Morden (1841-1843). 

Son of — Carthew, Officer in the Indian Army. Indian Army. 






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*GILLETT, Richard (1841-18...), b. 1830, d. 1897. 

Brother of preceding (Francis Calvert Gillett). Civil Engineer. 

Oilkin Hause, Wirks worth. 

*GIRARDOT, Charles Nassau (^841), b. 1831. Died young. 

Second son of Rev. John Chauconrt Girardot, Car Colston Hall, Notts. 
Univ. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1854. Died in Switzerland. 

♦GIRDLESTON, Charles William (1841-18...), b. 11 Feb., 1832 : 
d. 3 Mar., 1885. 

Son of Capt. Charles Girdleston, 2nd Queen's Royals, who died in India. 

Went to Winchester Coll. as *' Founder's Kin." Land Agent, Hamilton, 

Canada, W. Died at Gait, Canada. 

*HEATHCOTE, Edward (1841-18...). 

Son of — Heathcote, Solicitor, East Bridgford, Notts. 

♦RADFORD, Alexander William (1841-18...), b. 1835. 

Son of Alexander Radford, O.D., Betton Hall. Pemb. Coll., Ox., 

1862. Of Betton Hall, Salop. Assumed the name of " Norcopp " by Royal 
Licence, 1862. Late Captain Staffs. Militia. 

*BAKER, John Wright (1842-18...), b. 1827/8; d. 30 June, 1899. 

Son of Wm. Baker, Silk Merchant, Derby. M.R.C.S., 1850; Senior 

Surgeon at Derbyshire Royal Infirmary ; J.P., Derby ; Surgeon at H.M. 
Prison, Derby; President of Derby Medical Society, 1892, etc. 

♦BEAUMONT, John W. (1842-18...). Dead. 

Son of — Beaumont, Agent to Lord Manners, East Bridgford, Notts. 

Died whilst studying medicine. 

♦BEAUMONT, Henry (1842-18...). Dead. 

Brother of above. Solicitor and Town Clerk. Grantham. 

CLARK, John (1842-18...), d. circa 1867. 

Son of John Clark, Wine Merchant, Derby. Surgeon, Derby. Author 

of poetical address to " The Ladies of Derby." 

WYATT, Arthur HAR^'EY (1842-18...). 

Son of Harvey Wyatt, Agent to Lord Lichfield, Aston Hill, Staffs. 

St. John's Coll., Camb., 1846-8. Vicar of Corse, Gloucestershire. 

SHAW, Frank. 

Son of Frank Shaw, Silk Manufacturer, Derby. In partnership with 

his father. Afterwards at Cheltenham. 

FRITCHE, George Cheslyn (1842-18...). 

Went to King's Coll., London. Army. B.A., Durham, 1852. Curate at 
Littleover, and Chaplain ('ounty Asylum, 1852-64. From 1864 Rector of 
Newton Regis, Tam worth, Warwickshire. 

BOROUGH, Frederick (1842-43; re-entered 27 July, 1846, to 
Midsummer, 1849), b. 21 June, 1833. 

Son of Charles Borough, Surgeon, Friar Gate, Derbv. Followed 

Dr. Fletcher to Southwell School, 1843-46. Matriculated at King's Coll. and 
Edinburgh. M.R.C.S. 1856. Surgeon. St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby. 



3obn t)u69on, t)ea6 /ftaster, 1843- 1858. 



*ALLEN, Wm. (24 Jan., 1839, to 21 June, 1844), ^- circa 1874. 

Son of — Allen, Landowner, near liurton-on-Trent. Solicitor, 

Derby. 



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♦CHEETHAM, R.+ (left 21 June, 1844). 
*CUFF, John B.t (left 21 June, 1844). 

Son of John Cuff, Manager of the Midland Railway Hotel, Derby. 

New Zealand. 

*CURZON, Richard (12 Oct., 184c, to 21 June, 1844), ^- ^9 Nov., 
1833 ; d. 1863. 

Son of John Cnrzon, of Breedon Castle. Brasenose Coll., Ox., 

B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. Curate at St. Peter's, Derby. 

♦GIBBES, Alfred! (left 21 June, 1844). 
♦JACKSON, J. B.+ (left 21 June, 1844). 

Son of — Jackson, Farmer, Dale Abbey. 

♦MORLEY, Wm.+ (left 21 June, 1844). 
*POPPLETON, F.t (left 21 June, 1844). 
♦SMEDLEY, J. (20 Aug., 1838, to 21 June, 1844). 
*HUDSON, Charle8 (5 Aug., 1832, to 22 Dec, 1847). Dead. 

Son of John Hudson, Head Master, Derby School. 

*HUDSON, Frederick (25 Mar., 1834, to June, 1850), d. 1853. 

Brother of above. — Clerk in Evans' Bank. 

■'•'BLYTH, Samuel Fritche (14 Aug., 1837, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Son of Col. Blyth, 49th Regt. Colonel 36th Regt. Died at Malt* or 

Gibraltar. 

PRESBURY, Hy. (23 Oct., 1838, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Son of William Presbury, Farmer, Little Chester. 

♦TABBERER, George (26 July, 1839, to 20 Dec, 1844). Dead. 

Son of Geo. Tabberer, Farmer, Sutton, Uttoxeter. St. John's Coll.. 

Camb., B.A. 1854, M.A. 1859. Vicar of St. Peter's, Coventry. 

♦MIDDLETON, Henry Abdy (4 Oct., 1839, to 20 Dec, 1843), 
b. 1835; d. II Dec, 1867. 

Son of Rev. Henry Middleton, M.A., Bishopstone, Wilts. Brasenose 

Coll., Ox., B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850; Scholar. 1844-48. Chaplain on H.M.S. 
Crocodile at his death (at Malta). 

*BOWMER, Benjamin (24 Jan., 1840, to 21 June, 1845. 

Son of — Bowmer, Manufacturer, Derby. 

BURROUGHS, Thomas P. (24 July, 1840, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Son of Thos. Burroughs, M.A., Proprietor of the Derby Mercury (Office : 
Iron Gate), 27, Friar Gate. Trin. Coll., Camb. Died young. 

HADEN, Thomas (24 July, 1840, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of Richard Wright Haden, Wine Merchant; Director of Savings 
Bank, Derby ; J.P., Derby. 

BOROUGH, John (23 July, 1841, to 18 Dec, 1846), b. May, 1831. 

Son of William Borough. Solicitor, Derby. Solicitor, 1856; Captain, 

1st Derbyshire Militia, 1863-81 ; Under Sheriff of County, 1874 and 1877. 
Of the firm, " Barber, ('tirrey & Borough " (retired, 1889). Registrar of 
County Court, Belper and Ilkeston, 1884 ; Registrar of Southwell Diocese. 
1889 ; J.P. for co. Derby, 1893. T?ie Cedars, Belper. 

*HORSLEY, Charles (23 July, 1841, to 21 Dec, 1845), b. 30 May, 
1829 ; d. 8 Oct., 1901. 

Son of Thos. Horsley, Engineer ; Manager of Ironworks, Coal Mines 
(Oakes & Co.), Biddings, Alfreton. Civil Engineer. 174, Highbury New- 
Park, London. 

t Haying entered the School before 1843, and not being among Mr. Hudson's 
private pupils, must be reckoned as one of Dr. W. Fletcher's scholars. 



1841] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTEE. 31 

WILKINS, George W. (23 July, 1841, to 20 Dec, 1844), b. 1830, 
d. 1886. 

Son of "William Wilkins, Printer and Bookseller, 10, North Parade, 

Derby. Paper and Wall-paper Manufacturer (" Wilkins & Ellis "), Derby ; 

Town Conncillor ; he and his father originators of the ABC Railway Time 
Tables in 1849; Founder of the Derby Gazette and Theatre Gospel Hall 
Mission. 

HARVEY, RoBT. (2 Aug., 1841, to 20 Dec, 1844), b. circa 1830. 

Son of Moses Harvey, Darley Abbey. Paper Mill-owner (" Tempest & 

Harvey "). Little Eaton Hoime. 

BIRCHALL, Wm. (24 Jan., 1842, to 21 Dec, 1845). Died, 
aged 30 years. 

Son of Minshul Birchall, Merchant, Duke Street, Derby. Captain of 

the School after W. Johnson. Succeeded his father. 

NORTON, Sam (24 Jan., 1842, to 21 Dec, 1845). Dead. 

Son of Josiah Norton, Music Master, Derby ; Organist of St. John's ; 
4, London. Street. Chemist. York. 

SANT, John (24 Jan., 1842, to 20 Dec, 1844), b. circa 1831. 
Dead. 

Son of John Sant, Farmer, of Spondon. Veterinary Surgeon in 

Lincoln. 

*GIBBES, Thos. (2 April, 1842, to 21 June, 1845). 

Son of — Gibbes, Yorkshire. 

*ARNOLD, George (22 July, 1842, to 21 Dec, 1845). 

Son of — Arnold, Merchant, Uttoxeter. 

WILLIAMSON, George (26 July, 1842, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of William Williamson, Solicitor, Derby (Com Market), Littleover. 
Manufacturer, Essex. 

WILLIAMSON, John (26 July, 1842, to 18 June, 1847). 

Brother of above. Emigrated. Died at St. Louis. 

*BOWMER, Joseph (23 Jan., 1843, ^0 19 June, 1846). Dead. 

Son of — Bowmer, Manufacturer, Derby. Medical Agent. Lincoln's 

Inn Fields, London. 

*RATCLIFF, Richard (23 Jan., 1843, ^ 21 Dec, 1845), b- 1830; 
died 24 Nov., 1898. 

Son of Samuel BatclifT, Brewer, Burton. J.P. for Derbyshire ; D.L. 

Of "Bass, Ratcliff & Gretton," Burton-on-Trent. Died a millionaire. 
Stanford Hall, Notts. 

♦TOWNSEND, William (27 Mar., 1843, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Son of Henry Townsend, Proprietor of the George Hotel, Burton. 

Brewer. 

CRAVEN, Edward (5 April, 1843, to 20 Dec, 1844). Died 
young. 

HOBSON, William (6 April, 1843, to 21 June, 1845). 

Son of William Hobson, Bookseller and Printer, Iron Gate, Derby. 

SANDARS, Jas. (6 April, 1843, to 21 June, 1845). 

Son of Alderman John Sandars, Derby. 

CHILD, Edward (8 April, 1843, *o 22 Dec, 1848). Dead. 

Son of William Child, Law Stationer; Secretary to the Infirmary, 

Derby. Apprenticed to his uncle. Dr. Samuel Fearn, Derby Infirmary. 

Surgeon, M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1863 ; L.S J^. 1864 (Charing Cross) ; late House 
Surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital. Contributed to the Lancet^ 1868-76. 
" Vernham," New Maiden, and Worcester Park, Surrey. 

♦ROYSTON, John (21 July, 1843, to 18 Dec, 1846). 



32 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1843 

WALTON, Thos. Wedgwood (23 July, 1843, to 21 June, 1844). 

Son of Thomas Wedgwood Walton, Chemist, Derby. Captain in the 

Mercantile Marines. Now in Melbourne, Australia. 

HODGES, William Henry (24 July, 1843, *o 20 Dec, 1844), 
b. 27 Jan., 1830. 

Son of William Henry Hodges, High Constable of the Borough of Derby. 

Late Chief Accountant, Midland Railway ; Director, Midland Railway. 

Ash Tree House^ Osmaston lioad^ Derby. 

*SE VERNE, Wm. (26 July, 1843, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of Samuel Seveme, Proprietor of the " Peacock " Hotel, Rowsley. 
Wine and Spirit Merchant, Derby. 

JOHNSON, Wm. (31 July, 1843, to 21 Dec, 1845), b. 1829, d. iSq;. 

Son of John Johnson, Surgeon, Derby. Late Scholar of Emm. Coll., 

Camb. ; 1st Class Classical Tripos, 1653; M.A. 1B56. Senior Assistant Master 
and Bursar at Kepton School, 1866. 

*RICK, Thomas (i Aug., 1843, to 21 Dec, 1845). 

♦HOLMES, Henry (4 Au^^, 1843, ^^ 21 June, 1845). 

*COPESTAKE, Henry (7 Au^^., 1843, to 18 Dec, 1846), b. 1833, 
• d. i860. 

Son of Thomas Goodall Copestake, Kirk Langley House, Kirk Langley, 
Went to Repton, 1847. Merchant, Liverpool. Died at Rio Janeiro. 

♦GIBBES, George (30 Sept., 1843, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

(v. supra.) Held a Commission in the Army. 

'CUFF, Joshua (2 Oct., 1843, to 21 June, 1844). 

Son of John Cuff, Manager, Midland Hotel, Derby. Lawyer, New 

Zealand. 

CUFF, Cornelius (2 Oct., 1843, to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Brother of above. — -Surveyor, New Zealand. 

DUMAS, Edward (2 Oct., 1843, ^ 20 Dec, 1844), ^^ 1804. 

Son of Julien Dumas, French Master, Kedleston Road, Derby. 

Merchant, Derby. 

*FARR, William (4 Oct., 1843, to 19 June, 1846). 
ARNOLD, Henry (26 Jan., 1844, to 21 June, 1845). Dead. 

Son of Henry Arnold, Merchant, Derby. Studied Surgery under 

Dr. Johnson. Whale-fisheries owner. Liver])ool. 

*BAYLEY, John (26 Jan. to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Son of — Bayley, Schoolmaster, Yorkshire. 

♦BAYLEY, Jas. (26 Jan. to 20 Dec, 1844). 

Brother of above. 

BIRCH, William Richard (26 Jan. to 20 Dec. 1844). 

Nephew of Richard William Birch, Solicitor, 20, Wardwick, Derby. 

CLARK, Thomas (26 Jan., 1844, to 18 June, 1847). Dead. 

Son of John Clark, Wine Merchant, 91, Friar Gate, Derby. Succeeded 

his father. 

DALE, Edwin (26 Jan. to 20 Dec, 1844). 
FLEY, George (26 Jan., 1844, to 18 June, 1847). 

Son of Richard Fley, 36, Sitwell Street. Succeeded to his father's 

business. 

♦HILL, Thomas (26 Jan., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848). 



1844] THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 38 

JOHNSON, Arthur (26 Jan., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848), b. 7 Dec, 
1833. 

Son of John Johnson, Surgeon, Derby. M.R.C.S. (Lond.), 1856. 

Entered Royal Navy, March, 1858 ; Fleet Surgeon, Royal Navy, 1879. Re- 
tired, 1881. Matlock, 

JOHNSON, Charles Hy. (26 Jan. to 21 June, 1844), b. 17 Mar., 
1832. 

Brother of above. Went to Repton. M.R.C.S. (Eng.) and L.S.A. 1866 ; 

late Staff Surgeon, Turkish Contingent (Crimean War) at Siege of Kars; 
Member of the Otder of the Medjidie. In practice at Basingstoke ( Winton 
House). 

LEE, Robert (26 Jan. 1844, to 19 June, 1846). 

SOWTER, Thomas Hawkins (26 Jan., 1844, ^ 21 Dec, 1845). 

"Son of William Sowter, Maltster, Commission Councillor, Derby. 

Civil Engineer. Cowsley Fields^ Derby, 

WALTON, James William (26 Jan., 1844, to 21 Dec, 1845). 
Dead. 

Son of Thomas Walton, Chemist, Corn Market, Derby. Emigrated. 

Wholesale Drug Stores Proprietor, Melbourne, Australia, where he died. 

♦UNS WORTH, William (26 Jan., 1844, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Silk Manufacturer, Derby. 

*NEED, George (30 Jan., 1844, to 19 June, 1846). 
♦CALVERT, Arthur (i Feb., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848). 

[May be the same as under Dr. Fletcher, 1840.] 

COX, John (25 Mar., 1844, to 30 June, 1850), b. 6 Jan., 1836; 
d. 10 Oct., 1872. 

Son of George Cox, Wine Merchant, Derby. Trin. Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1868, M.A. 1861. Rector of Wickersley, Yorks. 

♦THOMASSON, Hugh (i April, 1844, to 21 Dec, 1845). 
BURROUGHS, Richard (26 July, 1844, to Dec, 1850). Dead. 

Son of Thomas Burroughs, M.A., Proprietor of the Derby Mercury. 

Lieutenant in 52nd Regiment. Carried the Colours of the Regiment at the 
Relief of Lucknow. 

♦DENHAM, R. (26 July, 1844, to 21 June, 1845). 

Son of William Denham, Clerk to Derby Races, Derby. 

♦DENHAM, William (26 July, 1844, to 18 June, 1847). 

Brother of above. 

FRITCHE, Froude William (26 July, 1844, to 22 Dec, 1847), 
b. 6 Oct., 1835. 

Son of Christopher Froude Pritche, Professor of Music, and Organist at 

All Saints', Derby ; 16, Full Street. Surveyor (late Ashby-de-la-Zouch) ; 

now Engineering Surveyor, B arton- under - N eedwooci . 

HODGES, Richard John (26 July, 1844, to 19 June, 1846), 
b. 1832. 

Son of William Henry Hodges, High Constable of the Borough of Derby. 
Landowner at Littleover, 

HODGES, Alfred (26 July, 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848), b. 1835, 
d. circa 1865. 

Brother of above. 

NORTON, Charles Henry (26 July, 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848). 
Dead. 

Son of Josiah Norton, Music Master, Derby ; Organist of St. John's ; 
4, London Street. Professor of Music at Cape Town. 

4 



34 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTEB. [1044 

WILD, William (26 July, 1844, to June, 1849). Dead. 

Son of George Wild, Derby. Succeeded to his father's business. 

♦HUFFMAN, William (27 July, 1844, to 21 June, 1845). 
GREGORY, William (29 July, 1844, to 21 June, 1845), ^- 189... 

Son of William Gregory, Wilson Street, Derby. 

*SYBRAY, Charles (29 July, 1844, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of Joseph Sybray, Landowner, Suitterton, Bakewell. 

♦MANSFIELD, William (31 July, 1844, to 21 June, 1845). 

HUGGINS, Charles Whitton (12 Aug., 1844, to 18 June, 1847). 
Dead. 

Son of Francis Huggins, late Surgeon ; Proprietor of the Royal Hotel, 
Derby. 

*ROYSTON, James (23 Aug., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1847). 
*NORRISON, Thomas (12 Aug., 1844, to 19 June, 1846). 
*TOWLE, Benjamin (i Sept., 1844, to 19 June, 1846). Dead. 

Son of Benjamin Towle, Lace Manufacturer, Borrowash. Died in 

Australia. 

FORMAN, Alfred (3 Sept., 1844, to 19 June, 1846). 

Son of Elijah Forraan, Brass Founder, Wardwick, Derbj'. 

JAMES, Thomas (7 Oct., 1844, to 21 Dec, 1845). 

* WILSON, Thomas (7 Oct., 1844, to 21 June, 1845). 

JACKSON, Henry H. (16 Oct., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848)/ 
b. 9 Jan., 1833. 

Son of Henry Jackson, Solicitor, Derby. General Manager at Messrs. 

Bass <fe Co.'s. Moat Banhy Burton- on- Trent, 

JACKSON, Purcel (16 Oct., 1844, to 22 Dec, 1848), b. i Jan., 
1834. Dead. 

Brother of above. Author of " Moments with the Muse," 1855. 

*COPESTAKE, John G. (24 Jan., 1845, to 18 Dec, 1846), b. 1835 ; 
d. II Jan., 1888. 

Son of Thomas Goodall Copestake, Kirk Langley House, Kirk Langley. 

Went to Repton School. Magd. Hall, Ox., M.A. 1864. Rector of Trusley, 

Derby, 18(>G. 

EDWARDS, William (24 Jan. to 21 Dec, 1845). 

HARRISON, John W^illiam (24 Jan., 1845, to 16 June, 1848), 
b- 1835 ; d. 27 Oct., 1863. 

Son of John Harrison, Civil Engineer, Derby. Educated for an 

Engineer. Agent for the Burton Brewery Co. Becket Street, Derby. 

*KNOWLES, Samuel (24 Jan., 1845, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

*BEACALL, Jas. (27 Jan., 1845, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

*MACHON, John (10 Feb., 1845, to Dec, 1849). 

MOZLEY, Herbert Newman (28 Mar., 1845, to 22 Dec, 1847), 
b. 2 May, 1838. 

Son of John Mozlev, of Derby, and nephew of Cardinal Newman. 

Went to Eton. King's" Coll., Caiiib., B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864; late Fellow of 
his College. Chancellor's Legal Medallist, 1864 ; Certificate of Honour 
(in Law), 1865 ; Law Tutor and Examiner, Law Tripos, Camb., 1864-65 and 
1882-84; Lincoln's Inn, 1861; Barrister-at-Law, 1866: LL.M. 1872. Joint 
Author of Mozlej"^ and Whiteley's "Concise Law Dictionary." Author of 
" Married Women's Property Acts." Editor of Law Examination Journal 
and Law Students' Magazine. Nortktvood, Middlesex. 



1845] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 35 

♦WALKER, James (4 April, 1845, to 18 June, 1847). 
HADEN, Richard (26 July, 1845, ^ ^^ Dec, 1846). 

Son of Richard W. Haden, J.P., O.D., Wine Merchant, Derby. Went 

to Blue Coat School. Coffee Planter. Jamaica. 

*LATHBURY, Joseph (26 July, 1845, to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of — Lathbury, Burton. Corn Merchant. Bur ton-on- Trent. 

BAKER, Charles Bernard (18 Aug., 1845, to Dec, 1849).' 
Dead. iSJ 

Son of Dr. W. Baker, M.D., Phj'sician to Derby Infirmary. Civil 

Engineer. 37, Gracechurch Street, London. 

*BEMROSE, Edward (6 Oct., 1845, to June, 1851), b. 17 April, 
1836. 

Son of William Bemrose, Publisher, Derby. Late |Lieut.-Colonel 

Derby Volunteer Regt. Woodville House, 220, OsmoAton Roady Derby. 

SOWTER, George (10 Nov., 1845, to Dec, 1849). 

Son of William Sowter, Maltster, Derby. 11, Peet Street, Derby. 

♦CLIFFORD, John (23 Jan. to 18 Dec, 1846). 
LATHAM, Samuel (23 Jan., 1846, to 16 June, 1848), b. 1835. 

Son of Rev. John Latham, D.D., Canon of Lichfield, Little Eaton, 

CO. Derby. Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1857, M.A. fl861 ; 

Assistant Master at Brighton Coll., 1857-64 ; Rev. ; Vice-Principal of Lich- 
field Theological Coll., 1866-71. Lyntttri, Hassocks, Sussex. 

*ROWE, William (23 Jan., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848). 

Son of Rev. William Rowe, Unitarian Minister, Derby. Silk 

Throwster. Late 63, Friar Gate. 

SIMPSON, Frederick W. (23 Jan., 1846, to 16 June, 1848). 
Dead. 

Son of Frederick Simpson, Land Surve5"or, Friar Gate, Derby. Died 

in America. 

♦ROYSTON, C. (Jan. to July, 1846). 

(v. supra.) 

*EVANS, John (24 Jan., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1847). 
♦TURNER, John (28 Jan., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848). 

BROWN, George (23 Feb. to 19 June, 1846). 

SIMPSON, Graham (23 Feb., 1846, to June, 1851), d 1898. 

Son of Frederick Simpson, Laud Surveyor, Friar Gate, Derby. 

Died in Canada. 

HADEN, Charles (30 Mar., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1847). 

Son of Richard W. Haden, J.P., CD., Wine Merchant, Derby. 

Choristership at Magd. Coll., Ox. 

FULLER, Henry (31 Mar., 1846, to 16 June, 1848). 

MARPLES, Jos. (6 April to 19 June, 1846). 
♦STEVENS, John (17 April, 1846, to 18 June, 1847). 
*WOODROFFE, William (17 April, 1846, to 18 June, 1847). 

Landowner. Nuneaton. 

♦POTTER, Thomas {24 July, 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848). 
*AULT, William (25 July, 1846, to 18 June, 1847). Dead. 

Son of — Ault, Farmer, Quarndon. Auctioneer. Quarndon. 

BOROUGH, Frederick (re-entered 27 July, 1846, to June, 1849). 

[See end of Dr. Fletcher's Register.] 



86 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [IMS 

♦FROST, George (27 July tD 18 Dec, 1846). 
SHAW, Thomas (27 July, 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848), d. circa 1887. 

Son of Frank Shaw, Silk Manufacturer, Derby. Silk Manufacturer. 

Friar Gate, Derby. Died in Manitoba. 

COX, George (31 July, 1846, to June, 1853), b. 31 Aug., 1838. 

Son of George Cox, The Cedars, Derby. Went to Repton. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1860. Won the Macnaughton Sculls, Camb., 1858; the Ladies' 
Plate and Visitors' Cup, Henley, 185H ; the Grand Challenge Cup, the Ladies* 
Plate and Visitors' Cup, Henley, 1859 ; the Oxford and Cambridge Billiard 
Match (double), 1859; the Oxford and Cambridge Billiard Match (double 
and single), 1860. Commission in 87th Royal Fusiliers, 1861 ; A.D.C. to 
Governor of Malta, 1868-72 ; Egyptian Campaign, 1882 (Medal and Khedive's 
Star); Colonel Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) Regiment, 1886. 
Retired dlst August, 1900. Major-General, late commanding the Forces in 
Natal and Zululand, lHl)5-98 ; appointed Acting High Commissioner, South 
Africa, and Acting Governor, Cape Colony, during the absence of Sir Alfred 
Milner, 1898. 9, Wilbraham Place, SloaM Street, S.W. 

FERGUSON, George (3 Aug. to 18 Dec, 1846). 

Son of George Ferguson, M.D., 6, London Road, Derby. 

JONES, Jabez (3 Aug., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848). 

Son of Joshua Jones, Clerk to Local Board, Derby. 

LOMAX, Hy. (3 Aug., 1846, to 22 Dec, 1848). 
LOMAX, L. (3 Aug., 1846, ta 22 Dec, 1848). 
GILL AM, William (13 Oct., 1846, to Dec, 1851). 

Sen of William Gillam, business. Iron Gate, Derby. 

BIRCH ALL, William (22 Jan. to 22 Dec, 1847). 

Son of Minshul Rurchall, Merchant, Derby. 

BROWN, William (22 Jan., 1847, to 16 June, 1848). 
VALLACK, Jas. (22 Jan., 1847, *o Dec, 1849). 

Son of James Vallack, Solicitor and Coroner, 11, Cockpit Hill, Derby. 

Emigrated. 

HARRISON, Jos. (25 Jan., 1847, ^ *6 June, 1848). 

HEWITT, Thomas (25 Jan., 1847, to June, 1849). 

SMITH, William (25 Jan., 1847, to June, 1851). 

♦POPPLETON, E. (23 Feb., 1847, to 16 June, 1848). 

♦FRIZELL, John Bruckfield (8 April, 1847, to 22 Dec, 1848), 
b. 6 Feb., 1838. 

Son of Rev. Richard Howard Frizell, B.A., South Normanton Rectory. 

. Ist Regt. Derbyshire Militia, commissioned to be Knsign, Feb., 1856 ; 

I Captain 14th Foot ; served throu^'h New Zealand and Indian Wars ; sold out, 

t 1872. Settled in America. Bridgetown, Annapolis Co., Canada. 

♦FRIZELL, Richard Frazer (8 April, 1847, to 22 Dec, 1848), 
b. 13 Feb., 1839. 

Brother of above. Went to sea, IBofi ; served in P. & O. Steam 

Navigation Co. until 1878, in command of ss. liindostan. Retired. Studied 
at Truro Theological Coll. ; passed in Ist Class Ox. and Camb. Prel. Exam., 
1880. Vicar of Milbrook, Cornwall, 1881-84; Rector of St. Allen, 1884; 
Vicar of Chacewater, 1890 ; since 1H97, Rector of Chapel Allerton, Axbrid^e, 
Somerset. 

WATERALL, R. (9 April, 1847, to 22 Dec, 1848). 
♦OSMASTON, Charles (12 April, 1847, to June, 1849). Dead. 

Ward of Sir Robert Wilmot, Osmaston Hall, near Derby. An 

intelligent young Chinaman adopted by the Wilmots of Osmaston. 



1847] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 37 

STEER, R. (i2 April, 1847, to June, 1849). 

Son of — Steer, Coal Merchant. Colliery Agent, Derby. 

BALGUY, Bbyan (13 April to 18 June, 1847). 

Son of Bryan Thomas Balguy, Town Clerk, Derby. Major, 1st 

Derbyshire Militia Regiment. 

♦GODSON, A. (21 April, 1847, to 16 June, 1848). 
♦SMITH, William (24 June, 1847, to June 1850). 
♦THOMPSON, S. (24 June, 1847, to June, 1849). 
NORTON, JosiAH (23 July, 1847, to Dec, 1852), b. 1836, d. 1882. 

Son of Josiah Norton, Professor of Music, Derby. Solicitor, Derby. 

♦JOHNSON, Thomas (24 July, 1847, to I^ec, 1849). 
FOX, Edward Charlton (25 July, 1847, to Dec, 1849), ^* ^^37* 

Son of Rev. Samuel Fox, CD., of Morley. Balliol Coll., Ox., 1867. 

SIMPSON, Edward (26 July, 1847, to 22 Dec, 1848). 
WHITEHEAD, William (26 July, 1847, to June, 1849). 
EVERY, Fred (i Sept., 1847, to 16 June, 1848). 

Son of S. F. Every, Quamdon. Emigrated to New Zealand. 

♦WILSON, William (8 Oct., 1847, to 16 June, 1848). 
MOZLEY, John Rickards (ii Oct., 1847, to Dec, 1849), ^- 1840. 

Son of John Mozley, of Derby. Went to Eton. King's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1862 ; " Le Bas Essay " Prize, 1863 ; M.A. 1866, and Fellow of his 
College. One of H.M.'s Inspectors of Schools (Local Government Board), 
London. Hendingley^ Leeds. 

SINCLAIR, Jas. (ii Oct., 1847, to June, 1852). 

Son of — Sinclair, Manager of Derby and Derbyshire Bank, Derby. 

MURPHY, James Edward (24 Jan. to 16 June, 1848). 

Son of James Murphy, Surgeon Dentist, Trinity Terrace, Derby. 

L.D.S. ; F.C.S. (Eng.) 1863. Dental Surgeon, Market Place, Derby; Con- 
sulting Dental Surgeon, Royal Infirmary, Derby. The Ociks, Duffield. 

♦WILDGOOSE, Herbert (24 Jan. to 22 Dec, 1848). 

Son of Thomas Wildgoose, Farmer, Matlock. Merchant in Man- 
chester. 

♦GOODALE, William Robert (26 Jan. to 22 Dec, 1848). 

Son of — Goodale, Normanton. Paignton^ Devon. 

♦GOODALE, George P. (26 Jan. to 22 Dec, 1848). 

Brother of above. Late Manager of Colour Works, Morledge, Derby. 

Died at The Cottage, Dairy House Koad, Derby. 

♦SMITH, R. (26 Jan., 1848, to Dec, 1849). 

♦SMITH, Thomas (26 Jan. to 16 June, 1848). 

BELL, William (30 Jan., 1848, to June, 1852). 

♦WALLIS, Alfred (2 April, 1848, to June, 1849), b. 28 April, 
1833. 

Son of William Wallace Wallis, Agent to the Midland Railway, Friar 

Oate, Derby. Late Editor of the Derby Mercury and Derby Bam; 

afterwards of the Exeter and Plymouth Gazette. F.R.L.S. Author of 
"Derbyshire Porcelain and Pottery"; "The Bookbinder's Art." Papers: 
"On the Phenomena of Variation and Geographical Distribution" {Trans, 
of Linnaan Society^ xxv.); " Mimicry among Animals" [Westmitister and 
Foreign Quarterly Review). Joint Author of " Guide to Derbyshire." 
7, BeyenVs Park, Exeter. 

HARRISON, E. (24 July to 22. Dec, 1848). 



THB DERBY SCHOOL BEGIOTER. [ 10« 

SHAW, John (2 Oct., 1848, to Dec, 1851), d. 1889. 

Son of Frank Shaw, Silk Manufactnrer, Derby. Silk Merchant, 

Friar Gate, Derby. Afterwards Stockbroker, Leicester. 

♦McGANN, W. F. (7 Nov., 1848, to June, 1849). 

♦HORSLEY, James (23 Jan., 1849, to 17 June, 1853), b. 18 Sept., 
1836. 

Son of Thomas Horsley, Engineer, Manager of Cakes k. Co., Alfreton. 

Colliery Agent. Draycott Hall, Derhijahire. 

*HUDSON, Henry (23 Jan., 1849, to June, 1850). 

Son of John Hudson, Head Master, Derby School. 

BRYER, Alfred (25 Jan., 1841), to June, 1850), d. circa 1880. 

Son of J. Bryer, Chemist, Corn Market, Derby. Farmer at Qaamdoa. 

♦FROST, George (26 July, 1849, to June, 1850). 
LATHAM, Hugh (1849-55), ^- ^9 ^^^-^ 1840; d. June, 1896. 

Son of Kev. John Latham, D.D., Vicar of Little Eaton, Derby. Went 

to Repton. Royal Artillery ; went through the Indian Mutiny ; Liieut.-CoL, 
1885 ; Commander of Royal Artillery, Belfast. 

GADSBY, George (26 July, 1849, ^^ June, 1850), b. i Nov., 
1834 ; d. 28 May, 1889. 

Son of Thomas Gadsby, Town Councillor, Derby. Builder and 

Contractor, Derby. 

♦GIBSON, R. (26 July, 1849, to 18 June, 1852), b. 10 Feb., 1840. 

Son of Richard Gibson, Swarkestone Lowes. 

GREAVES, Ch.vrles Augustus (26 July, 1849, to Dec, 1858), 
b. 16 April, 1842. 

Eldest son of Dr. A. (t. Greaves, Surgeon, Derby. 2nd Class Hous., 

Ox. Local Exam., 1859; Mayor's Prize, being 1st of Seniors examined at 
Notts, centre. Cheselden Medallist, St. Thomas' Hospital, 1863 ; Ex-Presi- 
dent, Midland Branch of British Medical Association ; M.B. Hons. (London) 
1865, LL.B. 1866 ; Scaiior Physician. Royal Derbyshire Infirmary ; Physician, 
Children's Hospital ; Medical Officer, H.M. Prison, Derby ; late Surgeon- 
Major, 1st Derby R. Vol. ; Assistant Medical Officer, Derby County Lunatic 
Asylum ; Science Master at Derby School, 1865-70. Author of *' Lectures 
on the Science of Life," and " Darwin's Hypothesis," 1873. Contributor of 
" Medical Nomenclature " to Quarterly Medical Journal^ 1896. 84, Friar 
Gate, Derby. 

MORLEY, William (26 July, 1849, to June, 1855). 
MOZLP]Y, Henry Williams (26 July, 1849, to Dec, 1851). 

Son of John Mozley, Publisher. Derby. Went to Eton. King's Coll., 

Canib., Chancellor's Classical Medal. 1863; B.A. (16th Wrangler and 1st 
Class Classical Tripos) 1864; M.A. 1867; late Fellow of his College. Late 
Mathematical Master in Eton Coll. Hazlemere^ Surrey. 

RADFORD, John (26 July, 1849, ^o J^^^^j 1S52). 

RADFORD, IIy. (26 July, 1849, to Dec, 1851), b. 1842 ; d. 22 
Oct., 1899. 

SHILLITO, Joseph (26 July, 1849, to June, 1854). 

♦STEVENS, William (26 July, 1849, to June, 1850). 

STEVENSON, H. H. (26 July, 1849, to Dec, 1850). 

WHEELDON, George (26 July, 1849, to June, 1852). 

BARTON, William (22 Jan., 1850, to Dec, 1851). Died young. 

BARNES, Bryan, b. 1831, d. 1894. 

Son of Wm. Barnes, Green Lane, Derby. Chemist. St. Peter's, Derby. 



1850] 'I'HE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 39 

♦BARNES, William Herbert (24 Jan., 1850, to June, 185 1), 
b. 1839. 

Brother of preceding (Bryan Barnes). Firubury Park^ London. 

BIRCHALL, Thomas (29 Jan. to Dec, 1850). 

Son of Minshul Birchall, Coal Merchant, Derby. 

♦HANCOCK, T. L. (i Feb., 1850, to Dec, 1851), b. 24 Nov., 1837. 
WEST, Samuel (5 Feb., 1850, to June, 1851). 

Son of Eli West, Chemist, Park Street, Derby. 

WEST, Jas. (5 Feb., 1850, to June, 1851). 

Brother of above. 

GREGORY, Alfred (ii Feb., 1850, to Dec, 1854), b. 7 Aug., 
1840. 

Son of Francis Gregory, Victoria Street, Derby. 

WILD, C. (4 April to June, 1850). 
♦WILDGOOSE, Frank (5 April, 1850, to June, 1851). 

Son of Thomas Wildgoose, Farmer, Matlock. Went to Australia. 

HOLLOWAY, J. F. (29 April, 1850, to Dec, 1851). 
CUFF, Cornelius (re-entered 6 May, 1850, to 185 1), d. 1901. 

(v. supra.) 

♦CUFF, Edwin (6 May, 1850, to 18 June, 1852), b. 31 July, 1838. 

Brother of above. Farmer. Halcomhe, Sew Zealand. 

♦CUFF, Albert (6 May, 1850, to 18 June, 1852), b. 5 Nov., 1839. 

Brother of above. Merchant. Auckland^ New Zealand. 

♦CUFF, Arthur (6 May, 1850, to 18 June, 1852), b. 6 May, 1841. 

Brother of above. Sheep Farmer. New Zealand. 

♦SMITH, Thomas H. (6 May, 1850, to Dec, 1857), b. 25 May, 1842. 

♦MACHON, John (7 May, 1850, to June, 1851). 

♦PYM, Joseph (25 July, 1850, to Dec, iiS54), b. 8 July, 1841. 

Son of Joseph Pym, Superintendent Registrar, Belper. Accountant, 

Clerk to Guardians, etc. Belper. 

♦WILDE, Charles (25 July, 1850, to June, 1854), b. 30 June, 
1839. 

♦ADSETTS, John (26 July, 1850, to Dec, 1854), b. 29 July, 
1835 ; d. 18 June, 1896. 

Son of John Adsetts, Duffield. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.S.A. 1858 (St. 

George); Surgeon-Major in Army. Retired in 1893. Turnditch Hall, 
CO. Derby. 

COOKE, Arthur (26 July, 1850, to 18 June, 1852). 

MILNER, J. (26 July to Dec, 1850). 

WATKINSON, John (26 July, 1850, to Dec, 1852). 

♦JOHNSON, Charles (27 July, 1850, to June, 1856), b. 8 April, 
1841. 

♦MUSCROFT, James Wilson (29 July, 1850, to 18 June, 1852), 
b. 31 Oct., 1836. Dead. 

Christ's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865 ; Lichfield Coll., 1862. Curate 
of Colwick, 1863-66; Curate of Bamsley, 1866-67. Vicar of Knottingley, 
Yorks., 1869-72; Tibshelf, co. Derby, 1880; Leysdown, in Island of Sheppey, 
1881 ; and Thorner, Leeds. 



40 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

♦LOCKETT, Hy. G. (7 Aug., 1850, to June, 1855), b. 18 Oct, 
1838. 

China Manafacturer. Siaffa. 

♦LOCKETT, J. William (7 Aug., 1850, to 23 Dec, 1853), b. 28 
June, 1837. 

China Manufacturer. Staff $. 

♦OLDHAM, William Page (4 Oct., 1850, to Dec, 1855 'y re- 
entered, 1 858-1 860), b. 19 Oct., 1841 ; d. 13 April, 1871. 

Son of Dr. G. Oldham, Surgeon, Alfreton. Tancred Divinity Scholp., 

Christ's Coll., Camb. (£107 per annum), 1860 ; Foundation Scholp.^ 1861 ; 



B.A. (28th Wrangler) 1868, M.A. 1867. Mathem. Master at Derby School, 
1865-67, and Radley College and Warr" 
St. Thomas', Ashton-in-Makerfield, 1870 

♦CANTRILL, Hy. (28 Oct., 1850, to June, 1851). v 



Son of Henry Cantrill, Proprietor of Royal Hotel, 
Derby. 



Late Proprietors 
of St. James* 



CANTRILL, Thomas (27 Jan., 1851, to Dec, f Hotel and Royal 



1854), b. I Jan., 1842. 

Brother of above. 



Hotel, Derby. 



CHATTERTON, George John (27 Jan., 1851, to June, 1855), 
b. 18 April, 1 841. 

Son of John Chattertou, Mayor of Derby in 1832. Merchant, 

Caledonian Road, London, N. Loudon County Council, 1892-94 ; Islington. 
Board of Guardians ; one of the Governors of the North London Polytechnic 
and Camden School. 16, Killmarton Road^ London^ N. 

♦CLARK, William (27 Jan. to Dec, 1851), b. 27 April, 1836. 
Dead. 

f? Son of John Clark, Wine Merchant, Derby.] B.A. (either Cains or 

St. John's), Camb. Clergyman. 

JOHNSON, Frank (27 Jan., 1851, to 1852). 

Son of John Johnson, Surgeon, Derby. Late in the Army. Went to 

India. Retired. 

RADFORD, Thomas (27 Jan., 1851, to Dec, 1855), b. 26 June, 
1840. 

SEWELL, Ed. (27 Jan. to June, 1851). 

STROVER, F. R. or T. R. (27 Jan., 1851, to June, 1855), 
b. 23 Mar., 1842. 

♦WHITE, William (27 Jan. to June, 1851). 

GADSBY, John (31 Jan., 1851, to Dec, 1856), b. 9 Feb., 1842; 
d. 1859. 

Son of John Gadsby, Solicitor, Tenant Street, Derby. Died young. 

MARSDEN, William (31 Jan., 1851, to Dec, 1855), b. 18 Nov., 
1842. 

Son of Joseph Marsden, Iron Founder, Park Street, Derby. 

WILD, George (31 Mar., 1851, to June, 1856), b. 28 Dec, 1841. 

EVANS, Samuel (i April, 1851, to Dec, 1853). 

♦HORSLEY, Theodore (28 April, 1851, to Dec, 1857), b. 29 
Aug., 1840. 

Son of Thomas Horsley, Engineer, Manager of Oakes & Co., Biddings. 

Chief Engineer, Ocean Steam Ship Co. 7, Howard Buildings, 

Grassendale. Cressington^ Liverpool^ S. 



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♦FOLEY, Thomas W. (4 July, 1851, to 22 Dec, 1852), b. 14 
Feb., 1836. 

SMALL WOOD, William John (28 July, 185 1, to June, 1853), 
b. 1840. 

Son of William Thomas Smallwood, Merchant, Derby. Went to 

Bepton (one ^'ear). Emm. Coll., Camb., and Magd. Hall, Ox., B.A. 1868, 
M.A. 1866. \icar of Claines, Worcs., 1870; Hector ol Naunton Beauchamp, 
1864-70; Rector of Stourmouth, Sandwich, 1883; Chaplain at Hanover. 
4, Goaeridej Hanover. 

♦BURROWS, R. (29 July, 1851, to 18 June, 1852), b. 13 Nov., 1837. 
HARPER, Thomas (29 July, 1851, to 18 June, 1852). 

Son of William Harper, Manufacturer, Derby. Farmer in America, 

where he died. 

HARRISON, Frank (5 Aug., 1851, to Dec, 1856), b. 21 Sept., 
1841 ; d. 25 June, 1862. 

Son of John Harrison, Civil Engineer, Derby. Articled to Messrs. Fox, 

Derby. Civil Engineer. 

PIKE, Edward Carey (5 Aug. to Dec, 1851), b. 22 Feb., 1840. 

Son of Rev. James Carey Pike, Leicester. Student at Regent's Park 

College, 1866-61 ; B.A. (Lond.) 1860. Pastor at Rochdale, 1861-66 ; Coventry, 
la67-72; Birmingham, 1872-81; Exeter, 1881-98; Secretary Devon Baptist 
Association, 1890-1900. Author of "Work Here, Rest Beyond," 1873 
" Four Lectures on English Nonconformity," 1895 (3rd edition, 1899) 
*' Spiritual Basis of Nonconformity," 1897. 234, Evering Street, Upper 
Clapton, London, N.E. 

♦SMITH, C. M. (13 Aug., 1 85 1, to June, 1855), b. 16 Mar., 1842. 
PIKE, Arthur Kirk (27 Aug., 1851, to June, 1853), b. 1837. 

Son of Rev. John Baxter Pike, Bourne, Lines. Business near Bourne, 

Lines. 

♦SMITH, F. H. (Aug., 1851), b. 9 May, 1844. 

BULL, Arthur (30 Sept., 1851, to 18 June, 1852). 

CUFF, Edward (4 Nov., 185 1, to June, 1854), b. 14 Jan., 1840. 

♦FROST, R. (26 Jam to 18 June, 1852), b. 21 Aug., 1837. 

♦LEECH, Thomas (26 Jan. to 18 June, 1852), b. 5 Mar., 1838. 

SOWTER, Unwin (26 Jan., 1852, to Dec, 1853), b. 22 April, 
1839- 

Son of William Sowter, Commission Councillor, Derby. Capt. of 

County C. XL, 18;4. Mayor of Derby, 1879-80; Alderman, 1880; J.P. 1885. 
Local Representative of the Royal Coll. and Royal Academy of Music, 1899. 
One of the Governors of Derby School. Dujffield lioad, Derby. 

♦WHITE, G. (26 Jan. to 18 June, 1852), b. 28 Mar., 1838. 

DAVENPORT, Joseph Lancelot (27 Jan. to 18 June, 1852), 
b. II Dec, 1844. 

Son of Joseph Lancelot Davenport, O.D., Derby. Jesus Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1366, M.A. 186 •. Architect. 30, Baker Street, London. 

PARKER, Hy. (27 Jan., 1852, to June, 1854), b. 10 Feb., 1838. 

Son of Joseph Parker, Farmer, Little Chester, Derby. Blackbrook, 

near Belper. 

WALLIS, Percy (27 Jan., 1852, to June, 1853), b. 12 May, 1842. 

Son of William Wallace Wallis, Midland Railway Agent, Derby. 

Learned the shipping trade in Liverpool and Loudon. Succeeded his father. 
Retired, 1898. Friarjield Villas, Uttoxeter New lioad, Dei by. 



42 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. T 189? 

BRENTNALL, Charles (25 Mar., 1852, to June, 1856), b. 8 
Mar., 1843. Dead. 

Son of Charles Bretitnall, Maltster, Derby. Maltster (member of the 

firm, Cox tV Pouutain k Co.). The Grange, Normanton. 

SIMPSON, William (19 April, 1852), b. 18 June, 1844. 

Son of Thomas Simpson, Friar Gate, Derby. 

MOORE, John Mason (26 May, 1852, to June, 1853). 

♦ADSETTS, George (Aug., 1852 to 1854), b. 3 Mar., 1839. 

Dead. 

Son of William Adsetts, Shottle. Civil Engineer. New Zealand. 

BARNES, William (25 July, 1852, to Dec, 1855), b. 26 Oct., 
1842. 

♦BURROWS, Hy. (26 July to 22 Dec, 1852), b. 12 Nov., 1838. 

(v. supra.) 

♦GIBSON, William (26 July, 1852, to June, 1855), b. i Feb., 
1843. 

Son of William Gibson, Farmer, Swarkestone Lowes. 'He or his 

brother (v. infra) is a planter in a large way in America.] 

♦NEWBOLD, Thomas (26 July, 1852, to June, 1854), b. 16 May, 
1838 ; d. circa 1893. 

Son of James C. Newbold, Solicitor, Matlock. Solicitor ; Clerk to the 

Magistrates ; Steward of Manor, Matlock. 

♦PIPES, J. F. (26 July, 1852, to 23 Dec, 1853), b. 9 July, 1838. 

Died of consumption when studying at Hospital. 

ROP], Charles Fox (26 July, 1852, to June, 1858), b. 23 Nov., 
1844. 

Son of Alderman Thomas Roe, Mayor of Derby, 1864-6.5. Inner Temple, 

18^5; B.A., St. John's Coll., Camb., 18()7; Barrister-at-Law, 7 June, 1869, 
Midland Circuit ; F.S.A. 2, Paper Buihlinja, Temple^ E.G. 

♦WILDGOOSE, John (26 July, 1852, to 17 June, 1853), b. 23 
Jan., 1838. 

Son of Thomas Wildgoose, Farmer, Matlock. Merchant in Glaagoto. 

POUNTAIN, John Thomas (29 July, 1852, to 16 June, 1854), 
b. II Dec, 1841 ; d. Sept., 1889. 

Son of Thomas Fountain, Wine and Spirit Merchant, Cowsley House, 

Derby. Lit'ut. -Colonel, Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Militia Regt). 

J.P. Of Barrow Hall, Derby. 

STEVENSON, W. (9 Aug., 1852, to 16 June, 1854), b. 23 Jan., 
1840. 

STEVENSON, F. (9 Aug., 1852, to 16 June, 1854), b. 27 Oct., 
1841. 

♦BURROWS, John (24 Jan., 1853, to 16 June, 1854), b. 12 Nov., 
1838. 

(v. supra.) 

♦DANIEL, Edward (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1855), b. 31 Jan., 
1839. 

Son of Edward Daniel, Cheadle, Staffs. Engineer. 89, Derby Roctd, 

Burton-on- Trent. 



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LARGE, Hy. (24 Jan. to Dec, 1853). 

SLACK, R. (24 Jan. to Dec, 1853). 

WHISTON, William Harvey (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1856), 
b. 19 Feb., 1843. 

Son of William Whistou, Solicitor, Clerk to the Magistrates, 84, St. 

Peter's Street. Solicitor ; Coroner ; Clerk to the County and Borough 

Magistrates ; Chairman of the Board of Guardians. Idridgckay^ co. Derby. 

*DANIEL, WiLLUM (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1855), b. i Jan., 
1839. 

Son of Edward Daniel, Cheadle, Staffs. Engineer. Fern Bank, 

Horaforth^ Leeds. 

♦DANIEL, Charles Andrew (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1855), 
b. 25 Nov., 1840. 

Brother of above. St. Augustine's Coll., Canterbury. Curate of 

Thorold Province, Ontario, 1864-65 ; St. John's, Montreal, 1865-80. Vicar 
of Coatham, Yorks., 1881-89; St. Petrox, Dartmouth, 1889-96; from 1896, 
Chaplain of All Saints', San liemo^ Italy. 

*DANIEL, Henry (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1856), b. 5 Dec, 
1843- 

Brother of above. Brewer, Burton-on-Trent. 69, Scalpcliff lioad^ 

Burton. 

DYKES, William (24 Jan., 1853, to Dec, 1854), b. 9 Feb., 1840. 
♦GIBSON, John (24 Jan., 1853, to June, 1855), b. 6 July, 1841. 

Son of William Gibson, Farmer, Swarkestone Lowes. 

DAVIS, Frederick (31 Mar. to Dec, 1853), b. 1843; d. 15 July, 
1900. 

Son of John Davis, Optician, Derby. Civil Engineer; F.S.A. Author 

of "Derbyshire Place-Names," "Excavations of Silchester," "The Romano- 
British City of Silchester." Palace Chambers, Westminster, Loudon. 

DAVIS, Alfred (31 Mar. to Dec, 1853). 

Brother of above. Civil Engineer. Westminster, London. 

MOZLEY, Francis Woodgate (6 April, 1853, to July, 1859), 
b. 5 April, 1846. 

Son of John Mozley, Publisher, The Friary, Derby. Open Scholp., 

Winchester Coll. (3rd of fifty-eight candidates), 1B59; Scholp., New Coll., 
Ox. (Ist Class Mods.), 1866; B.A. 1869, M.A. 1871. Assistant Master at 
Bedford School. Author of "David in the Psalms" (Skeffington), 1890. 
Since 1896, Vicar of South Muskham, Nottt. 

♦ADSETTS, William (July, 1853), b. 12 July, 1837; d. 1873. 

Son of John Adsetts, Chester Green, Derby, and Duffield. Maltster. 

Duffield. 

♦ADSETTS, Thomas (July, 1853), b. 1839, d. 1874. 

Brother of above. Surveyor in Derby. Lived at DuflBeld. 

LOWE, John (25 July, 1853, to June, 1854), b. 30 May, 1839. 

Son of Samuel Lowe, Silk Manufacturer, 16, Ashbourne Road. Silk 

Manufacturer, Derby. 

SANDARS, Chakles (July, 1853, to June, 1854), b. 22 Sept., 
1843. Dead. 

Son of — Sandars, Mackworth. Civil Engineer. Died at Torquay. 

♦SOWTER, John (25 July, 1853, to June, 1856), b. 13 Jan., 
1841. 

Son of William Sowter, Commission Councillor, Derby. Civil 

Engineer; Naval Inspector. 16, Vancouver Boad, London, S.E. 



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FRITCHE, Arthur Leoassicke (27 July, 1853, to June, 1859), 
b. 29 Aug., 1844. 

Son of C. F. Fritche, Musician, Derby. Merchant. 91, Oladsiom 

Roadf Sparkbrookf Birmingham. 

NORTON, George (27 July, 1853, to 1858), b. 14 Aug., 1842. 
Dead. 

Son of Josiah Norton, Organist and Professor of Music, Derby. Pro- 
fessor of Music, Derby. 

GADSBY, Edward Paget (28 July, 1853), b. 29 Nov., 1843. 

Son of John Gadsby, Solicitor; Mayor of Derby in 1858. School 

Scholp., 1860; Two Exhibs.. Emm. Coll., Camb., 1861 and 1862; B.A. 
(Junior Opt., Math. Tripos) 1865, M.A. 1869. Civil Engineer. 18, Anson 
Hood, Holloway^ London^ N. 

GOODALL, Wm. (23 July to Dec, 1853), b. 5 Sept., 1843; 
d. 19 July, 1862. 

Son of Henry Goodall, Pharmaceutical Chemist, 5, St. Peter's Street, 
Derby, and Normanton. 

♦WOODROFFE, John Arthur (?Jan., 1854), b. 13 Nov., 1838; 
d. 21 Nov., 1898. 

Silk Manufacturer, Derby. 

♦CARRINGTON, Wm. (23 Jan., 1854, to June, 1855), b. 21 Aug., 
1840. 

Son of T. W. Carrington, Farmer, Croxden Abbey, Uttoxeter. Farmer. 

Died some years ago. 

^HUDSON, S. (23 Jan., 1854, to Dec, 1855), b. 19 Mar., 1840. 

Son of John Hudson, Head Master of Derby School. 

♦LEIGH, F. (23 Jan. to June, 1854), b. 18 Sept., 1841. 
*LEIGH, T. (23 Jan. to June, 1854), b. 29 Aug., 1843. 

*NE\VBOLD, Charles (23 Jan., 1854, to June, 1857), b. 2 Sept., 

1841 ; d. circa 1895. 
Son of James C. Newbold, Solicitor, Matlock. Surveyor, Matlock. 

*NORRIS, Henry Powell (23 Jan., 1854, to Dec, 1856), b. 15 
July, 1 84 1. 

Son of H. Norris, Uttoxeter. Surveyor and Auctioneer (** Norris, 

Son, & Hadley "). 5, Argyll Place, Regent Street, London, W. 

*SMEDLEY, Joseph (Jan., 1854), b. 22 July, 1841. 
*OLDHAM, Geo. Henry (Jan., 1854, to 1859), b. 10 Feb., 1844. 

Son of Dr. G. Oldham, Surgeon, Alfreton. Camb. Local Exam., 

2nd Class Hons., 1858. Mining Engineer, some years in Australia. Late 
Superintendent of the S. Juan del Rae Gold Mines in Brazil. d5,Broadtoay, 
Kettering. 

*PARRUMORE, W. (23 Jan., 1854, to June, 1855), b. 16 Mar., 
1840. 

*WOOLLATT, G. (23 Jan. to Dec, 1854), b. 17 Aug., 1845. 

*GISBORNE, Edward (24 July, 1854, to June, 1855), b. 15 April,. 

1839 ; d. circa 1881. 
Son of Edward Sacheverel Gisborne, Surveyor, 11, Full Street, Derby. 



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BOWRING, Chables Clement (27 Jan., 1854, to Dec, 1859), 
b. 29 Nov., 1844. 

Son of Charles Bowring, J.P. one of the Governors of Derby School. 

Late Major of the Derbyshire Volunteer Hegt. Chairman of the Derby 

Conservative Association, and Vice-President of the National Union of 
Conservative Associations, London. One of the Governors of Derby School. 
County and Borough Magistrate. Knighted, 1900. I^ark Graiige^ Du-ffield 
Road^ Derby. 

CROSSLEY, Jas. (27 Jan., 1854, to June, 1858), b. 26 Mar., 1843. 

FORMAN, \Vm. (July, 1854, to Dec, 1855). 

WHISTON, Robert Norton (24 July, 1854, to Dec, 1856). 

Son of Wm. Whiston, Solicitor, Derby. Landowner. Lowdham^ Notts. 

GREAVES, Edward Newton (27 July, 1854, to 1859), b. 24 
Mar., 1845. Dead. 

Second son of Dr. Augustus Goring Greaves, Surgeon, Derby. 

Cashier at Derby and Derbyshire Bank. 

PARKER, John (27 July, 1854, to June, 1857), b. Oct., 1842; 
d. 1887. 

Son of Joseph Parker, Farmer, Little Chester, Derby. 

PARKER, Wm. (27 July, 1854, to June, 1858), b. 7 July, 1844. 

Brother of above. Accountant. 42, St. Mary's Gate^ Derbi/. 

CLULOW, Edward (i Oct., 1854, to 1858), b. 4 May, 1845. 

Son of Edward Clulow, Bookseller, Derby. Bookseller and Stationer, 

Victoria Street, Derby. Littleover Hill^ near Derby. 

♦ARCHER, Jas. (Jan., 1855, to June, 1856), b. 16 Oct., 1840. 

Son of — Archer, Landowner, Hoon Hay, Tutbury. Cattle Hays, 

Tutbury. 

WHITAKER, Alfred (27 Jan., 1855, to i860), b. 22 July, 1846. 

Son of Alderman Samuel "Whitaker, J.P., Mayor of Derby in 1887. 

8rd Class Hons., Ox. Local Exam., 1860. Late District Locomotive Supt., 
Leeds; Director of the Somerset and Dorset Railway Company. Summer' 
vilify Burnhamy Somerset. 

BARNETT, George (28 Jan., 1855, to Dec, 1856), b. 1843; 
d. Aug. 21, 1879. 

Son of "William Bamett, Upholsterer, All Saints* Churchyard, Derby. 
Drowned at Skegness, 1879. 

GADSBY, William Hippon (Jan., 1855, ^ 1862), b. 14 Sept., 1845. 

Son of John Gadsby, Solicitor, Mayor of Derby in 1858, Tenant Street, 

Derby. C. XL, 1862. Artist. Silver Medal for Oil Painting, Royal 

Academy, 1869. 6, Carleton lioad^ Tvfnell Park, Londofij N. 

GEORGE, John (6 May, 1855, to Dec, 1857), b. 2 June, 1846. 
BRENTNALL, Edwin (July, 1855, to June, 1858), b. 20 Feb., 1846. 

Son of Charles Brentnall, Maltster, New Uttoxeter Boad. Paper 

Manufacturer, Irongate. Ths Knoll^ Normamon. 

GREAVES, Thomas Ley (27 July, 1855, to 1859; re-entered, 
186 1 -1865), b. 10 April, 1849. 

Son of Richard Newton Greaves, Merchant and Author. Professional 

Singer. Bisiome Close^ Burley^ near Lyvdhurst^ New Forest. 

KIRTLEY, Frederick (28 July, 1855, to Dec, 1857), b. 20 
April, 1842 ; d. 6 Sept., 1885. 

Son of Thomas Kirtley, Engineer to the Brighton and South Coast 

Bailway. Assistant Manager, Joint Cheshire Railways; afterwards 

Secretary and Manager, Felixstowe Railway ; latterly General Manager, 
Neath and Brecon Railway. 






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KIRTLEY, Edwin (28 July, 1855,10 i860), b. 27 Aug., 1844: 
d. 13 Nov., 1863. 

Brother of preceding. Student Engineer, Midland Railway. 

MOZLEY, Alfred Dean (28 July, 1855, to 1858), b. 9 June, 
1848. 

Son of John Mozley, Derby. 2nd Class Hons., Ox. Local Junior 

Exam., 1861 ; Winchester Coll. Scholp. (1st of 108 Candidates), 1861 ; 
Scholar of Jesus Coll., Ox., B.A. (3rd Class Classics; 1st Class Math.) 1870, 
M.A. 1876. Vicar of Kersey, Suffolk, 1878 ; since 1879, Rector of Wigginton, 
Banbury. 

GRIBBLE, Frederick (i Oct., 1855, to Dec, 1856). 

Son of John Henry (Jribble, Government Surveyor, 26, Sitwell Street, 
Derby. Succeeded his father. 

DAVENPORT, Arthur (8 Oct., 1855, to Dec, 1859), b. 7 Nov., 
1847 ; d. 1865. 

Son of Ebenezer Davenport, O.D., Silk Manufacturer, Derby. 

EMERY, Hy. (29 Oct., 1855, to 1858), b. 20 July, 1843. Dead. 

Son of Henry Emery, Post Official, Duftield Road, Derby. 

EMERY, Alfred R. (29 Oct., 1855, to 1858), b. 18 April, 1847. 
Dead. 

Brother of above. Civil Service, Savings Bank Department, G.P.O., 

London. 

♦EARDLEY, John William (July, 1855), b. 1845. 

Son of Edwin Eardley, Mining? Engineer, Derby. Mining Engineer. 

Manager of Morewood Colliery, Swanwick. Church Street^ Alfreton. 

♦ATKINS, Wm. (July, 1855, to Dec, 1856), b. 8 Mar., 1841. 
♦BAKEWELL, Jas. (July, 1855, to Dec, 1857), b. 20 May, 1843. 
♦BAYLEY, C. (July, 1855, to Dec, 1856). 
*BROUGH, Hy. (July, 1855, to 1858), b. i July, 1843. 

Son of James Brough, The Pastures, Kirk Langley. Landowner; 

Churchwarden. Kirk Langley. 

♦FREER, William (July, 1855, to Dec, 1857), b. 16 May, 1842. 
HOLLAND, Thomas William (July to Dec, 1855), d. Mar., 1893. 

Son of Thomas Holland. Merchant, Tenant Street, Derby. Colour 

Manufacturer. Ashbourne Koad, Derby. 

BEESLEY, George (29 Jan. to Dec, 1856). 

Son of George Beeslcy, Bridge Gate and London Road, Derby. 

DOCKER, H. J. (8 April to Dec, 1856). 
WYLDE, James (14 April, 1856, to 1858). 

Son of the late — Wylde, Derby. School Scholarship. Died young. 

GREAVES, Henry Ley (28 July, 1856, to 1865), b. 1846; 
d. 27 Dec, 1899. 

Third son of Dr. A. G. Greaves, Derby. 3rd Class Hons., Ox. Local 

Exam., 1860; Foundation Scholp. at St. Catherine's Coll., Camb., 1867; 
B.A. 1869; Captain of his Coll. Boat Club, 1869 ; M.A. 1877. Incumbent of 
St. Andrew's, Aberdeen, 1879. Died at Worthing, Sussex. 

RITCHIE, John (i8 Aug., 1856, to Dec, 1857). 

Son of — Kitchie, Chemist. Australia. 



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*SMITH, Hip. (Jan., 1856, to Dec, 1857), b. 19 May, 1844. 

SMITH, Arthur Francis (6 Oct., 1856, to 1858), b. 31 Oct., 
1843- 

Son of George Smith, Friar Gate, Derby. A.R.C.O. ; Mus. Bac, 

Qneens' Coll., Camb. ; Organist "and Choirmaster of St. Werburgh's ; 
Conductor of the Derby Orpheus and Madrigal Society, and Southwell 
Diocesan Choral Union ; Musical Instructor of the Derby Training Coll. ; 
Local Representative for the Royal Academy of Music ; Local Examiner 
for the Royal Coll. of Music and Incorporated Society of Musicians ; Editor 
of the Incorporated Society of Musicians' Monthly Journal ; Principal of 
the School of Music. 49, Friar Gate^ Derby. 

SMITH, James Sadler (6 Oct., 1856, to 1858), b. 31 Oct., 1843 ; 
d. 25 Sept., 1894. 

Brother of preceding. Town Councillor, 1892. 23, Friar Gate, Derby. 

BENNETT, E. (26 Jan. to June, 1857). 

FORMAN, Thomas Robinson (26 Jan., 1857,10 1858), b. 1844; 
d. 13 Aug., 1893. 

Son of Ralph Forman, Maltster, Curzon Street, Derby. St. Catherine's 

Coll., Camb., B.A. 1871, M.A. 1876. Curate of St. John's, Derby, 1876-78 ; 
St. Andrew's, 1878-82 ; St. Thomas', 1882-83 ; St. Alkmund's, 1885-89 ; 
Perp. Curate of Stanley, 1889. 

FROST, Wm. (26 Jan. to June, 1857). 

LOVICK, Samuel (26 Jan. to Dec, 1857), b. 1842/3 ; d. 18 June, 
1899. 

Son of Samuel Lovick, China Warehouseman, St. Peter's Street, 

Derby. Succeeded his father, Market Place, Derby. 234, Burton 

Road. 

*ROOTH, George A. (26 Jan., 1857, to June, 1858), b. 1 Nov., 
1843. 

Grove Hoiise^ Ashover. 

GREAVES, Frederick William (2 Feb., 1857, to July, 1867), 
b. 1849. 

Fourth son of Dr. Augustus G. Greaves, Derby. Manager of the Derby 

and Derbyshire Bank (Parr's). J. P., County of Derby, 1897. Kirk Styles, 
Du^elii. 

WOOD, Wm. (16 Feb. to Dec, 1857), b. 1 Oct., 1841. 
BAGSHAW, Jas. (22 July, 1857). Dead. 

Son of John Bagshaw, Mansfield Road, Derby. 

HUTCHINSON, T. (22 July to Dec, 1857). 

HILL, Arthur Coke (10 Aug. to Dec, 1857), b. 16 Aug., 
1847. 

Son of D. Coke Hill, Derby. Architect, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 

Tlis Oaklands, Mickleover. 

THACKER, Alfred (5 Oct., 1857, to 1858). 

Son of Arthur Thacker, Silk Manufacturer, 16, Park Street, Derby. 

♦ETCHES, Charles (Jan. to Dec, 1857), b. 6 April, 1843; 
d. 4 Mar., 1901. 

Of Royston Grange. 

♦HUDSON, John (July, 1857, to 1858), b. 7 April, 1850. 

Son of John Hudson, Head Master, Derby School. [See Mr. Clark's 

Register.] 



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♦SIMPSON, Llewelyn Lloyd (Jan., 1857, to June, 1858), b. 6 
June, 1844. 

Son of Edward Lloyd Simpson, Spondon. Actuary, Derbv Savings 

Bank. Brook Fields, Burton Uoad, Derby. ' 

♦SMITH, T. A. (Jan., 1857, to June, 1858), b. 8 Feb., 1843. 
♦SMITH, Arthur (July, 1857, to 1858), b. 30 June, 1842. 

Son of — Smith, Farmer, Ashbourne. 

♦SMITH, Thomas (July, 1857, to June, 1858), b. 3 Aug., 1842. 
Dead. 

Son of — Smith, Alvaston Hall. 

♦SMITH, Herbert Dagley (Jan., 1857, to 1863), b. Mar 184c 

Brother of above. B. IV., 1862-63. District Council. The Pillm 

Alvastov. r ^ •• 

♦SMITH, Wm. (Jan. to Dec, 1857), b. 11 June, 1850. 

Brother of above. Quarndon. 

♦SMITH, George Webb (Jan., 1857). 

Brother of above. J.P. The Hall, Alvaston. 

♦SMITH, John (July, 1857, to i860), b. 9 June, 1844. 

c* r^?' °J. J^J^" Smith, Wine Merchant, Ashbourne. Wine Merchant. 

St. John Street, Ashbourne. **«"•. 

♦WALTON, Charles (July, 1857, to i860), b. 12 Mar., 184? 

Son of Thomas Wedgwood Walton, Chemist, Derby. Was kil 

the American Civil War. 

♦WOOD, William (Jan. to June, 1857), b. i Oct., 1841. 
PEARSON, Ed. (28 Jan. to Dec, 1858). 
COWLEY, Thomas (8 April to Dec, i8«:8). Dead 

Of Breadsttll. ^ ^ 

♦BOYNTON, Griffith Henry (12 April, 1858, to Dec, iSco) 
b. 31 May, 1849. ' 

Son of the Rev. Griffith Boynton, M.A., Eector of Barmston TT«ii 
(Chadderdon, 1848-50; Kirk Hallam, 1850-59).— Succeeded ^^l^gto,^*^ 
graiKlfathers estate as 12th Baronet. Barmston Hall, Burton AgZs, 

SMITH, Henry (12 April to Dec, 1858). 
COX, W^illiam (July to Dec, 1858). 

[May be the same as W. J. Cox, under Dr. Leary.] 

♦WILLIAMS, Arthur Acheson (July, 1858, to 1859), b. 4 Nov 
1846. '' 

.^1?\1M^7:I.:^ '';j"=i!"^^- ,¥A;- «*• Mary-s, Newry, Ireland, and 



killed in 




FRANCIS. 



FRITCHE, George Edward. 

Soil of C. F. Fritche, Musician, Full Street, Derby. rEdiirat^^ K^ 

Rev. T. Hiitchinson, Classical Master, Derby School.] Licentiate D^nt^^ 



Surgery Coll., London. 13, Walbrook, London, B.C. 



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1858-1865. 



*GLENNY, Robert Edmund (1858-1859), b. 25 Dec, 1840. 

Son of Robert Glenny, Trevor Hill House, Newry, Ireland. Matriculated 

at Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1859 ; B.A. 1864, M.A. 1874, D.D. 1891. Since 1883, 
Rector of Clvnallon^ co. Down. 

*IRWIN, William (1858, to Easter, 1861), b. 25 June, 1845. 

Son of John Irwin, Bessbrook, Newry, Ireland. Ist Class Hons., Ox. 

Local Exam. (1st of all Juniors at Derby centre), Mayor's Prize, 1860 ; 
Captain of the School, 1860; Class, and Lit. Scholp., Queen's Coll., Belfast, 
1864. ; B.A. (Lond.). Inspector of Army Schools, 1884; Hon. Captain. 
Head Master, Ihike of York^a Military School j Chelsea. 

♦HULLETT, Thomas Capel (1858, to Sept., 1859). 

Son of Rev. John Hullett, Vicar of Allestree. Joined the Britannia. 

Some time in the Navy. 

♦HULLETT, Edward Cecil (1858-1863), b. 1845. 

Brother of above. Vicar of Collingwood, New Zealand, 1887-94. Now 

Chaplain, St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands. 

*COX, William James (1858-1865), b. 9 Feb., 1848; d. 5 Oct., 
1895. 

Son of William Henry Cox, Wine Merchant; Major, Vol., Derbyshire 
Regt., Friarfield House, Derby.- — 2nd Class Hons., Ox. Local Exam. 
(M.P.'s Prize), 1863, as first of Junior Candidates. Civil Engineer. Master 
of a School, Normanton Road, Derby. 

DEACON, Ernest (1858-1860), b. 1845, d. 1878. 

Son of A. O. Deacon, Artist, Burton Road, Derby. Mining and Civil 

Engineer. Had a good practice at Pontypool, Mon., where he died. 
Composed Operettas and other musical pieces. 

DEACON, Walter (1858-1862), b. 1846, d. 1879. 

Brother of above. C. XI., 1862. Bank Manager at Graham's Town 

and Bloemfontein, South Africa, where he died. 

FORMAN, Frederick ( -1862). ) 

FORMAN, Thomas (1858-1862). 

Brother of above. 

GREAVES, Edward Augustus (i 858-1 866), b. 9 Nov., 1849. 

Son of Richard Newton Greaves, Merchant and Author. Wine and 

Spirit Merchant, Friar Gate, Derby. Distinguished Athlete.— 1870 : Derby 
Cricket Club, prize for highest average. 1871 : Won the 100 yards (scratch), 
Nottingham Philathletic Sports; the Strangers' Race, Derby School Sports. 
1872 : the open 100 yards, Lincoln Athletic Sports ; the open 100 yards, 
Leicester ; the 150 yards Handicap, Mansfield Cricket Club Sports (16^ sees.) ; 
the open 100 yards. Market Harboro'; the 300 yards Handicap, Ripley ; the 
open 150 yards Handicap, Southwell ; the 120 yards Handicap and 200 yards 
Handicap, Stoke. 1873: The 200 yards Handicap (scratch), Chesterfield 
(21 sees.); the open 100 yards, Lincoln; the 100 yards Handicap (scratch). 
Burton R. Club; the J-mile Handicap, Leicester; the J-mile Handicap, 
Mansfield ; the 100 yards Handicap, Derbyshire Football Club. 1874 : The 
220 yards Flat Race, Stockport; the 100 yards Handicap, Mansfield (10 
sees.) ; the 220 yards Handicap and i-mile, Macclesfield"; the 200 and 160 
yards Handicap, Staveley; the 120 and 500 yards Handicap (scratch), 
Ripley; the J-mile Handicap, Uttoxeter. 1875: The 100 yards (scratch), 
Leicester (10 sees.) ; the 100 yards Handicap (dead heat), Stockport Cricket 
Club Sports; the open 100 yards. Market Harboro', etc. 204, Uttoxeter 
New Boady Derby. 



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STEVENSON, Charles (1858- 1860). 

Son of Rev. John Stevenson, Dissenting Minister (Baptist), Derby. 

BOUSFIELD, George (1858- 1862). 

Son of John Bousfield, Sculptor, Derby. Studied for the profession of 

Schoolmaster. Newsagent. Bridge Gate^ Derby. 

♦NUTTALL, William J. (1858-1865). 

Son of — Nuttall, Chaddesden. Park Hill, Stowe-hy-Chartley, Stajfn. 

TAYLOR, Miss Helen Louise (1858), b. 20 Jan., 1850. 

Dauj^hter of George Tajior, Silk Manufacturer, Derby. 2nd Prize for 

English History and Scripture History, 1860. Authoress of *' Manor House 
Exhibition," 1873; '* Ivy Leaves." and other Poems, 1873; "Out of the 
Way," 1883; "Little Christian's Pilgrimage," 1888; "The Sunday Pleasure 
Book"; "Christiana," 1890; "Hymns for Church Festivals"; and con- 
tributed to numerous Magazines. 284, Uttoxeter Neiv iioad, Derby. 

WILSON, H. (1858). 

Son of Dr. Wilson, Derby. 

WILSON, 0. F. (1858). 

BECK, Fred. William (1858), b. 3 Feb., 1843. 

Son of Frederick Sylvester Beck, Superintendent of Midland Railway 

Friendly Society, 7, Arboretum Terrace, Derby. Estate Agent. 2. Qower 

Street^ Derby. 

JOBSON, Edgar W. (1858- 1860). 

Son of John Jobson, Iron Founder, 11, Exeter Place, Derby ; afterwards 
J.P., Spondon. Succeeded his father as Managing Director of the Derwent 
Foundry. Uttoxeter New Roadj Derby. 

JOBSON, Godfrey (1859-1860), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. Late Director of the Derwent Foundry. 

GADSBY, Harry Freckeltox {1859-187 i), b. 1852. 

Son of John (radsbv, Solicitor, Mayor of Derby in 1859. Wimb. R. 

Team, 18G9-70; B. IV.. 1809-71 ; C. XI. ; F. XI. (Capt.). 1st Class Ox. Junior 
Local Exam., 1867 ; Jesus Coll., Camb. Solicitor. Town Clerk of Derby. 
Derwent Jiank^ Derby. 

CARNELL, William T. (1858-1864), b. 1848. 

Son of E. F. Carnell, Merchant, Sadler Gate, Derby. Accountant and 

Auditor. 5, Collin Street, Nottingham. 

*COX, Arthur John (1859-1870), b. 26 Mar., 1851 ; d. 21 Nov., 
1896. 

Son of William Henry Cox, Wine Merchant; Major, Vol., Derbyshire 

Rf-gt., Fairfield House, Derby. Capt.iia of the Wimb. R. Team, 1870. 

Wine Merchant. Major, Vol., Derbyshire Regt. A clever artist. Mel- 
bourne, CO. Derby. 

LINGARD, James Edward (1859-1865), b. 26 Sept., 1849. 

Son of James Lingard, (jeneral Manager of Crompton Ss Evans* Bank, 

Strand Terrace, Derby, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Inspector of Art 

and Science Department. 141, Dairy House lioad, Derby. 

LINGARD, Alfred (1859- 1868), b. i Sept., 1851. 

Brother of above. B. IV., 1867. Govt. Exam, in Natural Science. 

1867; Exh. in Arts, Royal Coll. of Surgeons, 1868; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1873 
L.S.A. 1874; Grocers' Research Scholp , 1884-87; D.P.H. (Camb.) 1886 
M.B. (Durh.) and M.S. 1888. IMPERIAL BACTERIOLOGIST to Govt 
of India. Author of " On the Relation of Scrofula, Lupus and Tuberculosis.' 
1883; "Report on Surra," 189:3; " Phys. and Path. Problems in Equines 
during Health and the Pliases of Surra," 1896; "Phys. and Path. Pro- 
blems in Bovines, etc.." 1896; "Reports on Outbreaks of Surra and Pneu- 
monia in India and Baluchistan," 1896-97. Contributor of numerous articles 
to the Lancet, Allg. Wiener, Med. Zeitung^ etc., etc. Afuktetar^ Kumdon 
Hills, NortU-Western Province, India. 



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DUFFIELD, RicHABD (1859). 

Son of — Duffield, Brewer, Derby. 

TAYLOR, Christopher Musgrave (1859), b. 1851. 

Son of John Taylor, 49, Green Lane, Derby. 

QUANT, John Cheadle (1859), b. 1849. 

Son of Rev. William Cheadle Quant, Chaplain to the Union, 7, Victoria 
Terrace, Derby, Nethergreen House^ Matlock Bath. 

♦OLDHAM, John (1859-1860), b. 1847. 

Son of — Oldham, of Morton, near Alfreton. Went to sea. 

BREADING, George Andrew (1859- 1865), b. 16 May, 1848. 

Son of Capt. J. R. Breading, Quarter- Master of Derby Militia, 1, North 

Parade, Derby. Successful at Competition, Civil Service Exam. ; 

appointed Clerk in the Commander-in-Chief's Office, 1866 ; now War Office 
(Clerical Establishment). Tynedale^ Tankerville lioady Streatham Common^ 
S.W. 

DRAPER, Thomas George (1859), b. 1845. 

St. Peter's Bridge, Derby. 

♦HULLETT, Arthur Ezechiel (1859), b. 1851. Dead. 

Son of Rev. John Hullett, Vicar of Allestree. 

HARKNESS, William Jardine (1859-1870), b. 18 Jan., 1852. 

Son of John Harkness, 90, London Road, Derby. 2nd Class Hons^ 

Ox. Local Exam., 1866 ; Mayor of Derby's Prize, 1866 ; 1st Class Hons., Camb. 
Junior Local Exam, (bracketed 1st Candidate in Greek), 1868 ; Foundation 
Scholp., Emm. Coll. Camb., 1871 ; B.A. (3rd Class Classical Tripos) 1874, 
M.A. 1879. Curate of St. Alkmund's, Derby, 1876-79. Vicar of Hanalope^ 
Bucks. 

WARD, Herbert Devereux (1859), b. 1849. 

Son of — Ward, Rose Hill, Derby. 

BECK, Thomas James (1859-1862), b. 17 Oct., 1846. 

Son of Frederick Sylvester Beck, Superintendent of Midland Railway 

Friendly Society, 7, Arboretum Terrace, Derby, Secretary of Midland 

Railway Friendly Society. 36, Chaniwood Street^ Derby. 

H0R8LEY, Erasmus, b. 1851. 

Son of SVilliam Horsley, Merchant, Pye Bridge, Alfreton. Lace trade. 

Nottingham. 

ADAMS, — 
♦BINDLEY, — 
COLLINSON, Edward (...-1866). 

Son of Samuel CoUinson, Northumberland and Derby. C, XI. (Capt.), 

1866. Dunedin. 

*ILES, Albert (i860), b. 1847. Dead. 

Son of — lies, Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Surgeon at Watford. 

HAMILTON, Andrew (1860-1865), b. 1847. 

Son of Robert Hamilton, Surgeon, St. Alkmund's Churchyard. Derby. 

3rd and Sad Class Hons., Ox. Local Exam., 1861 ; Capt. of the School and 
Cadet Corps, 1862 ; 1st Class Hons. in Classics and Ene^Iish Literature, 
King's Coll., London, 1863; Scholp., Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb., 1866; 
Latin Prize Essay, 1867; Foundation Scholp. (1st of his year in Classics); 
B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Chaplain and Secretary, Partis Coll., Bath. New 
Bridge Hill, Weston, Bath. 

HAMILTON, Robert William (1860-1862), b. 1848. 

Brother of above. Chartered Accountant. 4, Bridlesmith Gaie^ 

Nottingham. 



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*EATON, William Morley (i860- 1864), b. 1846, d. 1869. 

Son of Charles Eaton, Sutton-on-the-Hill, and Etwall, co. Derby. 

Exh., Emm. Coll., 1864 ; B.A. (Hon. Math. Tripos), 1868. Died on the eve 
of his Ordination. 

*WHISHAW, John Henley (i860), b. 1850. 

Son of William Whishaw, Riga and Archangel, Russia. Farmer in 

New Zealand. 

MILLS, Frederick William (i860), b. 1845. 

Son of William Mills, Heraldic Painter, 2, Arboretum Terrace, Derby. 

LEWIS, Robert (i860), b. 1851. 

Of 1, Kedleston Road, Derby. . 

♦WILLIAMSON, Theodore Augustus Eden (i860- 1864), b. 1848. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Williamson, Vicar of Longnor, Buxton. 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., B.A. 1871, M.A. 1889. Vicar of Birling, 
Maidstone^ Kent. 

HENLEY, Arthur Gladstone, b. 1846. 

Son of Alexander James Henley, Silk Manufacturer, 37, Friar Gate, 

Derby. Theol. Coll., Lincoln, 1886; 1st Class Theological Exam., 188d. 

Vicar of St. Mark's, Mansfield. 4, Argyll Mounts Mansfield. 

*OLDH AM, Charles Edward ( 1 860). Died young. 

Son of Dr. G. Oldham, Alfreton. 

♦OLDHAM, Thomas (i860), b. 1845. 

Brother of above. (From Christ's Hospital School.) Fharmaoeutical 

Chemist at Towcester. 

PARKINS, John (i860), b. 1850, d. about 1881. 

Son of James Parkins, Town Councillor, Abbey Street, Derby. 

PAYNE, John. 

Son of John Payne ; Business, 9, Mansfield Boad, Derby. 

PAYNE, Samuel (i860), b. 1848. 

Brother of above. 

HARKNESS, John (1860-1872), b. 17 Oct., 1853. 

Son of John Harkness, 90, London Road, Derby. 2nd and Ist Class 

Hons., Ox. and Camb. Local Exam. (M.P.'s Prize), 1868-69; House Sch. Ip., 
1870; Captain of the School, 1871-72. 1st Open Scholp., Corpus Christi Coll., 
Ox., 1872 ; B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879 ; 2nd Class in Lit. Hum. in Mods, and Final 
School. Late Head Master of Waitaki School, Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand. 
Kent Lodge^ Upper liiccarton^ Christchurch^ New Zealand. 

HIVES, George Henry (1860-1863), b. 8 Aug., 1848. 

Son of John Hives, Iron Gate, Derby. One of the Governors of Derby 
School. Busint'ss. Iron Gate, Derby. 

*RAWLINS. Christopher. 

Son of Hev. Charles Kawlins, B.A., Vicar of Chaddesden. Pemb. Coll., 

Camb., h.A. 1866. 

*RAWLINS, Frederick (i860), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. 

JESSOIT, Francis R. (i860), b. 1847. 

Son of Francis Johnson Jessopp, Solicitor, Arboretum Street, Derby.^ 

Architect. Lonion. 

*BATTELLK, Frederick (i860), b. 1848. 

Son of Thomas liattelle, Qiiarndon and Vernon Street, Derby. 

*BATTELLE, Arthur (i860), b. 1848. 

lirother of above. Alrewas Cottage^ Ockbrook. 

^BATTELLE, John Andrew (i860), b. 1850. Dead. 

Brother of aV)ove. 



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♦BATTELLE, Thomas Herbert (i860), b. 1851. 

Brother of preceding. Late Vernon Street, Derby. Oclcbrook. 

EYRE, Timothy (1860-1865), b. 1844. 

Son of Timothy Eyre, 36, King Street, Derby. Late in businesB in 

Derby. 

♦WHISTLER, George (i860), b. 1845. 

Son of — Whistler, Cannon Street, London. 

HOARE, J. 

Son of Rev. James Hoare, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

HOLT, James Henry. 

Son of James Holt, Solicitor, Wardwick and Macklin Street, Derby. 

JOHNSON, Whitaker. 

Son of Whitaker Johnson, Surgeon, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 

LATHBURY, — 

Of Duffield Road, Derby. 

MARSDEN, W. 

Of Bakewell. 

PAGET, — 
PIKE, — 
WADE, — 

Son of Rev. Edward Michael Wade, M.A., Trinity Church, Derby. 

WALKER, — 
♦BARBER, Robert (April, 1 861 to 1863), b. i Aug., 1848. 

Son of Thomas Barber, M.A. Camb., Solicitor, Close House, Greasley, 

Notts. Went to Uppingham School. Jesus Coll., Camb., B.A. 1871, 

M.A. 1874. Solicitor, 2, Fletcher Gate, Nottingham, and Church Street, 
Eastwood. Sherwood Bise^ Nottingham, 

GREAVES, Arthur Floyer (April, 1861), b. 1853. Died young. 

Son of Augustus G. Greaves, Surgeon, Wardwick, Derby. 

HOLLAND, Edward (AprU, 1861), b. 1848. 

Son of — Holland, Ashbourne Road, Derby, (v. supra, 1655.) 

♦BATTELLE, Chesterton (April, 1861), b. 1855. Dead. 

Son of Thomas Battelle, Quamdon and Vernon Street, Derby. 

*WARD, James Trevelyan (April, 1 861, to 18...), b. 1847. 

Son of Rev. Richard Charles Ward, M.A., Rector of ToUerton, Notts. 

Solicitor. Hope Walk, Nottingham. 

*WARD, William Squire (April, 1 861, to 1865), b. 1850. 

Brother of above. 38, Park Terrace, The Park, Nottingham. 

*WARD, Charles Bernard (April, 1861), b. 1851. 

Brother of above. Solicitor. 36, Bedford Bow^ Londoii^ W.C. 

HARPUR, — 

Went to Australia. 

HILL, John. 

DEACON, Maurice (Sept., 1 861, to 1866), b. 1850. 

Son of A. O. Deacon, Artist, Burton Road, Derby. Mining Engineer • 

M.I.C.E. ; Member of the Iron and Steel Institute ; Member of Council of 
Institute of Mining Engineers; Member of Mining Association of Great 
Britain ; Managing Director of Sheepbridge Coal and Iron Co., of the 
Dinnington Main Coal Co., etc., etc. President of the Midland Counties 
Institution of Engineers, 1899. Whitiington Uoiise, near Chesterfield. 



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NEWBOLD, Thomas Wayte (Sept., 1861, to 1864), b. 1848, 
d. 1892. 

Son of Thomas Newbold, Proprietor of the Derby Mercury^ Osmaston 
Road, Derby. Manager of Lime Works. Wrexham. 

CLARKE, Edward (Sept., 1861), b. 1846. 

Son of Alderman Thomas Clarke, Mayor of Derby in 1863, The Elms, 
Eedleston Road, Derby. Removed to Trent College. Now in America. 

JEWITT, Llewellynn Frederick William (Sept., 1861), b. 3 
April, 1848; d. II Feb., 1870. 

Son of Llewellynn Jewitt, F.S.A., Author, Derby and DuflBeld. 

Translator and editor of " Agesilaus " of Xenophon. Popular writer in 
London Society under the noin de plumn " Raven's Father." Monument 
in Winster Churchyard. 

*EATON, John (Sept., 1 861, to 1865), b. 1850. 

Son of Charles Eaton, Siitton-on-the-Hill and Etwall, co. Derby. 

Merchant. 23, Mecklenburgh Street, Leicester. 

^SANDERSON, Frank (Sept., 1861), b. 1847. 

Son of — Sanderson, Architect, Mansfield. Engineer and Ironfo under. 

29, Leeming Street, Mansfield. 

♦MORTLOCK, Charles Frederick (Sept., 1861), b. 1850. 

Son of Rev. Charles Mortlock, M.A., Pennington Vicarage, Lancashire. 

3rd Class Hons , Ox. Local Jmiior Exam., 1862 ; Exh., Queen's Coll., 

Ox., 18C9 ; B.A. 1872, M.A. 1881. Since 1889, Vicar of Berated, Bognor, 
Sussex. 

♦WAKEFIELD, Arthur (Sept., 1861), b. 1847. Dead. 

Son of Rev. John Wakefield, M.A., Rector of Much Wenlock, Salop. 

B. IV., 1862. 

*MANING, George Cecil (Sept., 1861, to Dec, 1863), b. 22 Aug., 
1849. 

Son of Rev. James Parsons Maning, M.A., Vicar of Parsley, Leeds. 

Abroad. Took part in the Zulu War. 

*MANING, Thomas Parsons (Sept., 1861, to Dec, 1864), b. 12 
April, 1848; d. 14 Oct., 1866. 

Brother of above. 

*MANING, Hubert St.4nley (Sept., 1861, to Dec, 1864), b. 23 
Nov., 1851 ; d. 23 July, 1879. 

Brother of above. L.R.C.P. (Glas.) 1877. Surgeon. 34, Victoria 

Street, Derby. 

♦JUKES, Ewart (Sept., 1 861, to 1865), b. 8 Dec, 1848. 

Son of Rev. Andrew Jukes, St. John's, Hull ; now The Rectory, West 

Hackney, N. B. IV., (cox), 1862 ; Swimming Prize, 1863. Barrister-at- 

Law. Late Maritzburg, South Africa. 4, Bond Court, Walbrook, E.C. 

HOPE, William H. St. John (Sept., 1861, to 1868), b. 23 June, 
1854. 

Son of Rev. William Hope, M.A., O.D., Vicar of St. Peter's, Derby. 

Peterhouse, Camb., B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883 ; F.S.A. 1883-85. Assistant Master 
at King's School, Rochester, 1881-85 ; Assistant Secretary of the Societv of 
Antiquaries. 1885. Author of '* The Architectural History of the Cathedral 
Church and Monastery of St. Andrew, Rochester " ; "The Stall Plates of the 
Knights of the Garter, 1348-1486 " ; and of numerous papers in Archaological 
Transactions. Joint author of "Chronicles of the Collegiate Church of All 
Saints', Derby," and of " The Corporation Plate and Insignia of Office of the 
Cities and Towns of England and Wales." Member of Council, and formerly 
Editor of the Royal Archajological Institute ; Honorary Member of the 
Yorkshire, Sussex, Bucks, and other Archaeological Societies. Burlington 
House, Piccadilly, London. 



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HOPE, Robert Charles (Sept.. 1861, to 1866), b. 25 Sept., 1855. 

Brother of preceding. Peterhouse, Camb. ; Lincoln's Inn; P.S.A., 

F.R.S.L. Author of '* A Glossary of Dialectal Place Nomenclature " ; " An 
Inventory of the Church Plate in Rutland " ; " The Leper in England : 
with some account of English Lazar Houses " ; " Mediaeval Music : an 
Historical Sketch " ; " Temples and Shrines of Nikko, Japan." 

♦FRITCHLEY, George Rd. (Sept., 1861), b. 1846, d. 1868. 

Son of John Fritchley, Hemington Hall, co. Derby. B. IV., 1868; 

C. XI. (Capt.), 1864. Pemb. Coll., Camb., 1864. 

KING, H. (1861). 

JARDINE, Adam S. (Sept., 1861), b. 1845. 

Son of Thomas Jardine, Thornhill, Dumfries, N.B. M.B. (Edin.) and 

CM. 1878. 

♦FARTHING, John Scott (Sept., 1861), b. 1843, d. 1879. 

Son of the late — Farthing, Merchant. Prospect Street, Hull. Captain 

of the School during a part of 1862. Died in Madagascar. 

FRYER, Edward, b. 28 July, 1852 ; d. 27 Dec, 1882. 

Son of Joseph Fryer, Builder, DuflQeld Road, Derby. Architect; 

Town Councillor, Derby. 

GEORGE, Henry. 
♦GREGORY, John. 
WELLS, John James (1861-1867), b. Oct., 1851. 

Son of George Wells, Derby ; one of the Governors of Derby School. 

Coach-builder. 88, Clover Street^ Derby. 

*ALMOND, James Wellington Russell (Sept., 1861), b. 1849. 

Son of Rev. William Russell Almond, B.A., Vicar of Stapleford, Notts. 

*MASSINGHAM, John Payne (Sept., 1861), b. 184Q. 

Son of Rev. John Deacon Massingham, D.D., Vicar of St. Paul's, Derby. 

M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1872; L.S.A. 1875. Prizeman in Anatomy and Physics. 

Surg.-Capt., 1st Shropshire and Staffordshire Vol. Artillery. Wolstafiton^ 
Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. 

♦MASSINGHAM, Alfred Melanchthon (Sept., 1861), b. 1853. 

Brother of above. Christ Church, Ox., 1872; B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. 

Classical Master at Darlington Grammar School. 3, West Terrace, Dar- 
lington. 

♦SMITH, Sidney Alec (Sept., 1861), b. 1846. 

Son of Charles Frederick Smith, Merchant, Rose Hill House, Smedley 
Lane, Cheetham Hill, Manchester. 

♦SMITH, Arthur (Sept., 1861), b. 1849. 

Brother of above. 

CROSSLEY, James. 

(v. supra.) 

CROSSLEY, Horace, b. 1853. 
DRAYCOTT, Henry. Dea<i. 

Son of Henry Draycott, Babington House, Derby. 

DRAYCOTT, Arthur. 

Brother of above. Wholesale Photographic Artist at Birmingham, 

Walsall, and Wolverhampton. 

♦SIDDALL, Thomas Mortimer (Jan., 1862), b. 1848. 

Son of Thomas Mortimer Siddall, Lawyer, Alfreton. 8rd Class Hons., 

()\. Local Junior Exam., 1862; 3rd Class Houb., Ox. Local Senior Exam., 
1863. 



56 THE DEBBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ IgK 

*GEARE, Reginald (Jan., 1862, to 1865), b. 1847. 

Son of Rev. Edward (teare, M.A., Vicar of Wolverhampton. 2ad Class 

Hons., Ox. Local Junior Exam., and Mayor's Prize, 1862 ; 2nd Class Hons.. 
Ox. Local Senior Exam., and Mayor's Prize, being let of Senior Candi- 
dates, Nottingham and Derby, 18C3 ; Capt. of the School, 1803-65 ; F. XL 
(Capt.); C. XL; Cai)t. of Cadet Corps; B. IV., 1863-65. Open Scholp,. 
Magd. Coll., Camb.. 1866 ; Open Scholp., St. Cath. Coll., Camb., ise6 : Isi 
of his year in Classics, 1867 ; Foundation Scholp ; B.A. (2nd Class 
Classical Tripos), 1870. Late Senior Assistant Classical Master, j^in^'s ColL 
School; Lecturer on English Literature and Language, King^s Coll«, 
London ; Fellow of King's Coll., London. Head Master of BUhop^a Stortford 
School, Herts. 

*GEARE, Walter Frederick (Jan., 1862, to 1867), b. 1850. 

Brother of above. li. IV., 1867. Prel. Law Exam., 1865. Solicitor. — 

Queen Street^ Esettr. 

♦ECCLESTON, John Bourne (Jan., 1862), b. 1848. 

Son of John Eccleston, Birmingham. Hert. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1883. 

M.A. 1884. Late Warden of Holy Trinity Hospital, Clun, Salop. Rector of 
Holt^ Worceafershire. 

ENDSOR, Henry Valentine (Jan., 1862, to 1865), ^- 4 Jan., 
1850. 

Son of Henry Endsor« Derby. Insurance Agent. 89, Markeaton 

Street^ Derby. 

♦TERRY, Edward (Jan., 1862), b. 1846. 

Son of Edward T. Terry, late Mayor of Dudley. Mining Engineer, 

late at Dudley. 

*TERRY, William Gregory (Jan., 1862), b. 1849. 

Brother of above. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1871, M.A. Vicar of 

St. Anne's-oH'the-Sea, Lanca. 

*LATHAM, George (Jan., 1862-65), b. 20 June, 1851. 

Son of Joseph Latham, 67, Friar Gate, Derby. L.R.C.P. (Edin.) 

lasi; L.R.C.S. (Edin.) Irt8l. Medical Officer, H.M. Post Office; late Hon. 
Surgeon at West Bromwich Hospital. Sandicell JJouae, West Sromtcich, 

Staffs. 

*COOKE, LuMLEY Edward (Jan., 1862), b. 1851 ; d. Jan., 1887. 

Son of Robert L. Cooke, Merchant, Hull. A good public speaker. 

Died at Hull. 

♦PIDDOCKE, Thomas E. (Jan., 1862, to 1864). b. 22 June, 

1851. 

Son of Morris Piddocke, Manor House, Stanton, co. Derby. Studied 

Law. Burton Club. 

♦PIDDOCKE, John Leonard (1862-1864), b. 27 Nov., 1849 ; 
d. 2 Feb., 1804. 

Brother of above. Solicitor. Ross, Hereford. 

OLLARD, Frederick (Jan., 1862), b. 1852. 

Sou of Rev. Henry Ollard, F.S.A., Congregational Minister, Derby. 

*WHISHAW, James (Jan., 1862), b. 1853. 

Son of William Whishaw, Riga and Archangel, Russia. Merchant. 

St. Petersburg. 

MAJOR, Herbert (Jan., 1862), b. 1854. 

Son of Dr. Allen Major, M.D., 6, London Road, Derby. Surgeon. 

STEPHENSON, William (Jan., 1862), b. 1848. 

Son of William Stephenson, Derby. 

OWEN, James Macconnell (Jan., 1862), b. 1852. Dead. 

Son of James Owen, Duflield Road, Derby. Late Solicitor. Derby. 



1862] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 5.7 

BROMWICH, Chables L. (Jan., 1862), b. 1850. 

Son of Charles Bromwichf 9, Arboretum Street, Derby ; Superintendent^ 
Midland Railway. 

BROMWICH, George (1862-1864}, b. 1849, d. 1872. 

Brother of above. Clerk, Midland Railway (General Manager's 

Office). Osmaston Road, Derby. 

BROWNE, William (1862-1866). Dead. 

KEENE, Richard (1862-1868), b. 31 Oct., 1852 ; d. 5 Jan., 1899. 

Son of Richard Keene, Printer and Art Dealer, Derby. Late with his 

father. 

BUTEL, Charles (April, 1862), b. 1849. I^^ad. 

Sou of Alexander Butel, Manufacturing Chemist, New Uttoxeter Road^ 
Derby. Died young. 

CLARKE, Robert (April, 1862), b. 1848. 

Son of Alderman Thomas Clarke, Mayor of Derby in 1863, The Elms^ 
Kedleston Road, Derby. Maltster, Bedford. York Villas Sandy ^ Beds. 

CLARKE, John Henry (April, 1862), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. Civil Engineer. Monkbridge Iron and Steel Co.,. 

Letdt. 

BREAREY, Thomas (April, 1862, to 1866), b. 3 Jan., 1851. 

Son of Rowland Brearey, Auctioneer, etc., Derby. (Of an ancient 

Yorkshire familv.) Late Clerk to the Chamberlain, Derby; Secretary of 

Cricket Club, Skegness. 1, Lumley Boad^ Skegness. 

BRIDDON, William Henry (April, 1862), b. 1851. 

Son of William Briddon, Derby and Hulland Ward. St. John's Coll., 

Camb., B.A. (2nd Class Hons., Science Tripos) 1872, M.A. 1875. Curate of 
All Saints', Nottingham, 1877 ; and St. John's, Derby, 1878-88. Vicar of 
Hixon, Staffs. 

HAMILTON, John Hope (April, 1862), b. 1853. Dead. 

Son of Robert Hamilton, Surgeon, St. Alkmand's Churchyard, Derby. 

Parr's Bank, Nottingham. 

MATTHEW, — 
PRINCE, — 
*GEARE, John Holwell (April, 1862, to 1867), b. 1852.. 

Son of Rev. Edward Geare, M.A., Vicar of Wolverhampton. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin, 1870. Ordained a " Literate." Rector of a Church at 
Washingtont U.S.A. 

*GEARE, Randolph Iltyd (Sept., 1862, to 1867), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. Curator, Smithsonian Museum, Washington. 

KIRBY, James (Sept., 1862), b. 1852. 

Son of William Kirby, Manufacturer, Derby. 1st Class Hons. in 

Languages, Ox. Local Exam., 1864. 

KERRY, Henry (1862-1864), b. 18 June, 1849. 

Son of Henry Kerry, Landowner, Spondon. Spondon. 

KIRK, Henry (1862-1864), b. 4 Feb., 1847. 

Son of Rev. John Kirk, Wesleyan Minister, North Parade, Derby. 

2nd Class Hons., Ox. Senior Local Exam., 1864 ; 1st Class Hons. in Languages ^ 
gained the Senior Prize awarded by the M.P. for Nottingham ; B.A. (Loud.) 
1870. Head Master, St. Marylebone and All Souls' Grammar School, 1882. 
86, Stapleton Hall Jtioadf London^ N. 

KIRK, Alfred (Sept., 1862), b. 1849. 

Brother of above. 3rd Class, Ox. Local Exam., 1864. Wosleyan 

Ministry, 1878. Superintendent Wesleyan Minister, Aitlehorough^ Norfolk. 



58 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 1862 

•^^WILSON, John Cook (Sept., 1862, to Christmas, 1867), b. 6 
June, 1849. 

Son of Rev. James Wilson, Methodist New Connexion Minister. 

3rd Class Hons., Ox. Local Junior Exam., 186 i ; 2nd Class Hons., Ox. Local 
Junior Exam., 1864 ; 2nd Class Hons., Camb. Local Senior Exam. (Prize 1. 
1865; 2nd Class Hons. (distinguished in three subjects: 1st Class. Lan- 
guages), Ox. Local Senior Exam., M.P.'s Prize, 1866; Ist Class Hona., Camb. 
Senior Local Exam, (distinguished in (our subjects). Prize at Derby centre, 
1866; 1st Class Hons., Ox. Senior Local Exam. (3rd of Senior Candidates). 
1867; Exh., Balliol Coll.. 18S7 ; Captain of the School. 1865-67; Captain of 
the Cadet Corps, 1866-67; Open Mathem. Scholp., Balliol Coll., Ox., 1869; 
1st Class Hons. in Mods, in Mathematics, 1869 ; 1st Class Hons. in Mods, 
in Classics, 1870; 1st Class Hons. in Mathematics in the Final SchooU. 
1871; 1st Class Hons. "in Literis Humanioribus," Final Schools, 1S72; 
B.A. ; the Univ. Latin Prize Essay at Oxford ; Fellow of Oriel Coll. 1873, 
rp-elected 1877 ; M.A. : the Connington Prize Essay of the Univ. of Oxford, 
18^2; Proctor, 18S5 ; Philosophical Lecturer at Balliol, 1877 ; Philosophical 
Lecturer and Tutor, Pemb. Coll., 1879 ; Philosophical Lecturer and Tutor, 
Hertford Coll., 1883 ; Examiner in Classics (Hons.), 1887 ; Wykeham Professor 
of Logic in the Univ., 1889 ; Fellow of New Coll. President of the Oxford 
Philological Society, 1901. Lieut., Ox. Univ. Volunteers, 18vS9; Captain, 
1891 (P.S., head of the Aldershot List, 1890 ; T., 1891). One of the Governors 
of Derby School, and Representative of his School at the Univ. of Oxford. 
Author of ** On the Structure of the Text of Book VII. of the Nicomochean 
Ethics of Aristotle, chaps, i.-x.,** 1879 ; " On the Interpretation of Plato's 
' TimsBus,' " 1889 ; " A Manual of Cyclist Drill," 1889 ; " On an Evolutionist 
Theory of Axioms," 1889; "Military Cycling," 1890; "Suggestions for 
Cyclist Road Practice in Skirmishing and Patrolling," 1900 ; of Articles on 
the Interpretations of Plato and Aristotle, and on questions of Greek Scholar- 
ship, in the following periodicals — Journal of Philology^ Trafisacttont of 
the Oxford Philoloaicat Society^ Academy^ Clajtsical Review, Oottingische 
ffelehrte Anzeiuen^ Phihlogische Rutuhchnu^ and Archio far die Gesehickte 
der Fhilosophie ; also of Articles on " Mathematical Probability," in Nature. 
New College^ Oxford. 

COATES, George (Sept., 1862, to 1870), b. 1852. 

Son of the late George Coates. Eccles, Manchester. F. XI., 1867; 

Wimb. R. Team, 1869-70. 2nd Class Hons.. Ox. Local Exam. (1st in 
Chemistry), 1866; Prize at Derby Centre, 1867; 1st Class Hons., Camb. 
Local Exam. (2nd in Chemistry for all England) ; 2nd Class Hons., Govt. 
Natural Science Exam. (Queen's Prize), also 1st Class Hons., Ox. Senior 
Local Exam. (Lord-Lieut. 's Prize), Nottingham Centre, 1868; Open Scholp., 
Balliol Coll., Ox., 1869; 1st Class Hons. in Mods, in Math., 1872; Goldsmith 
Exh., 1873 ; B.A. (Ist Class Hons. in Natural Science), 1874 ; Open Scholp., 
Bartholomew's Hospital, 1874 ; Exh., Bartholomew's Hospital, 1876 ; Senior 
Anatomical Exh., Bartholomew's Hospital, 1876; Junior Demonstrator of 
Anatomy under the Linacre Professor, Ox., 1876 ; obtained the Ratcliffe 
Travelling Fellowship, Ox., 1877 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) ; M.B. 1878 ; M.A. 1878; 
M.D. 1886. 30, Brechin Place, Gloucester Road, London, S.W, 

STEVENSON, Richard Walter (Sept., 1862, to Aug., 1864), 
b. 1847. 

Son of Richard Stevenson, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Osmaston Road, 
Derby. Chemist, M.P.S., Derby. The Oaklavds, Mickleover. 

STOKES, — 

Son of — Stokes, Manufacturer, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

SWARBRICK, Arthur (Sept., 1862), b. 1851. 

Son of Samuel Swarbrick, General Manager, Great Eastern Railway, 

Tottenham, Middlesex. Govt. Exam, in Natural Science (Srd Class), 1867; 

Camb. Local Senior Exam., 1868. Farmer in Australia. 

SWARBRICK, Edward. 

Brother of above. Chief Assistant to his father, Great Eastern Rail- 
way, London. 



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EYRE, Tom H. (Sept., 1862^ b. 1852, d. 1889. 

Son of Timothy Ejre, 86, King Street, Derby. Dissenting Minister 

in Lincolnshire. 

EYRE, Elijah Stafford (Sept., 1862), b. 1854. 

Son of Elijah Eyre, Brewer, Ashbourne Boad, Derby. Brewer at 

King's Lynn, 

HIVES, John (Sept., 1862), b. 18 Feb., 1852. 

Son of John Hives, Iron Gate, Derby. Business. Noitinghavi Bond, 

Derby. 

NEWTON, Christopher Thomas (Sept., 1862), b. 1849. 

Son of William Newton, Business, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

♦GOODWIN, Arthur Geo. (Sept., 1862, to 1865), b. 24 Mar., 
1851. 

Son of John Goodwin, Bakewell. L.F.P.S. (Glasgow), 1884. Physician 

and Surgeon. Haddon House^ Prescott Road^ Fairfield^ Liverpool. 

♦GOODWIN, James (Sept., 1862), b. 1849. 

Brother of above. 

GANDY, Thomas Edward (Sept., 1862, to 1868), b. 1851. 

Son of Edward Gandy, Canal Carrier, Derby. C. XI. Manager of 

Crompton & Evans' Bank. Wiiksworih. 

GANDY, John Wood (Sept., 1862, to 1867), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. Canal Carrier. J.P. '^ Ilvzefle" Swinburne Stred^ 

Derby. 

WRIGHT, John Scott (Sept., 1862), b. 1849. 

Son of George T. Wright, Strand Terrace, Derby. Business. ], Elm 

Terrace, Beech Street ^ Liverpool. 

WRIGHT, Charles W. (1862). Died young. 

Brother of above. School Scholp., 1865. 

♦EVANS, William Thomas (Sept., . 1862, to Dec, 1868), b. 23 
Sept., 1850. 

Son of Dr. Charles Evans, Surgeon, Bakewell. Prel. Exam, in Arts, 

Royal Coll. Surgeons, London, 1866 ; C. XL, 1868 ; Matriculated at London 
Univ., 1868 ; CM., M.B. (Edin.) 1876. Late Resident Surgeon, Edinburgh 
Infirmary. Medical Officer, West Paddington. 254, Gloucester Terrace^ 
Hyde Park, London. 

♦PEACH, George William (Sept., 1862, to 1865), b. 23 May, 
1850. 

Son of Rev. Henry John Peach, M.A., Vicar of Tutbury. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1878, M.A. 1876. J.P. for co. Derby and Staffs,' Langley Hall, 
CO. Derby. 

JOHNSON, Edward Sutton (Sept., 1862, to Dec, 1864), b. 22 
Aug., 1854. 

Son of Edward Johnson, Jeweller, Derby. J.P., Derby. Littleover 

Hill, near Derby. 

♦EVANS, Alfred Henry (Sept., 1862), b. 1847. 

Son of Robert Evans, Landowner, West Hallam. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 

L.S.A. (Guy's), 1870. Late President, Midland Medical Society; J.P. ; 
Senior Surgeon, Provident Dispensary, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. 

♦MIDDLETON, Matthew Henry (Sept., 1862, to 1863), b. 1845. 

Son of Rev. Henry Middleton, B.A., Codnor. St. Cath. Coll., Camb., 

B.A. 1869. Successively Curate of St. Werburgh's, Derby; Smalley; 
Wirksworth ; Buxton ; Codnor ; and Egginton, 1869-87. Chaplain of St. 
Mary's. 16, Northgate Street, Warwick. 

WALLIS, William (Sept., 1862), b. 1850. 

Son of — Wallis, Friar Gate, Derby. 



60 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

BULL, Charles (Sept., 1862), b. 1847. Dead. 

Sou of Charles Parker Bull. " Greyhound/' Market Head, Derby. 

♦ANSON, Henry Vernon (Sept., 1862), b. 20 Feb., 1852. 

Sou of Kev. Thomas Auchitell Anson, M.A., Rector of Longford. 

Removed to Hossall School. Went to Australia. 

*MOXBY, — 
WHEELDON, C. E. (18. ..-1866). 

Son of Joseph Wheeldon, late Deputy-Chief Constable, Derby. 

LATHAM, Beverley Joseph, b. 19 Dec, 1854. Dead. 

Son of Joseph Latham, Registration Agent, Derby. America. 

TAT AM, William John (July, 1863). 

Son of Joseph Tatam, Maltster, Little Eaton. Prel. Legal Exam., 

1868.— Won the Mile, 1869 and 1870. Park's View, Little Eaton. 

WOODWARD, Thomas. 

Son of W. Woodward, Musician, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby, 

WOOLHOUSE, Alfred Lyon (Jan., 1863; re-entered, 1867), 
b. 1855. 

Son of R, Woolhouse, St. Peter's Street, Derby. Sanitary Engineer. 
S. Africa. 

♦WILSON, Thomas. 

Son of Rev. R. Wilson, (?) Curate of Trinity Church, Derby. 

WILKINS, William (Jan., 1863), b. 1851. 

Son of John Wilkins, Derby. Head Boy of Lower School ; School 

Scholp., 1865. 

HEFFORD, George (Jan., 1863, to 1864), b. 6 Nov., 1848. 

Son of John Nelson HefTord, Manufacturer, Queen Street, Derby. 

Merchant. 22, Orleij Terrace, Headingley, Leeds. 

HEFFORD, John Nelson (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 18 Sept., 1850. 

Brother of above. Manufacturer. Queen Street, Derby. 

HEFFORD, Charles (Jan., 1863, to 1869), b. 19 Oct., 1852. 

Brother of above. 3rd Class Junior Ox. and Camb Local Exams,, 1867. 

Pharmaceutical Chemist. Queen Stieet and Osmaeton Road, Derby. 

♦FINNEY, Thomas (Jan., 1863), b. 1848. 

Son of Thomas Finney, New House, Mickleover. The Grange^ 

Mickleover. 

*FORD, — ( -1865). 

FORMAN, Edward. 

FRITH, Marischal Keith (Jan., 1863, to 1869), b. 185 1. 

Son of Kev. M. K. S. Frith, Vicar of Allestree. Prel. Legal Exam., 

1867; Middle Temple, 1809; Barrister-at-Law, 1872; Member of Ox. 
Circuit. 2, Middle Temi^le Lane, E.C. ; and 187, Goldhawk Road, Sh^herd's 
Buih, W. 

*BLACK, Charles Augustus Harold (Jan., 1863, to 1865), 
b. 1847. 

Son of Dr. Cornelius Black, M.D., Chesterfield. Exeter Coll., Ox., 

B.A. 1865 ; Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple), 1870. 4, Plowden BuilxiingM, 
Temple, E.C. 

BORMAN, Allen William (Jan., 1863), b. 1853. 

Son of Allen Borman, Surgeon, London lioad, Derby. 

BRADLEY, Alfred Matthew. 

Son of Septimus Bradley, Duffield Road, Derby. Solicitor. Late 

37, Gracechurch Street, London, E.C. Now Australia. 



leni THE DEBBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 61 

BRADLEY, David Frederick (Jan., 1863), b. 1852. 

Brother of preceding. Camb. Local Exam., 8rd Class Junior, 1866 ; 

2nd Class Hon. Prizeman, Derby Centre, 1867 ; Camb. Local Senior, 1868 ; 
Christ's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878. Vicar of Yeadon, Leedi. 

♦BROOME, John Gordon (Jan., 1863), b. 1850. 

Son of Rev. John William Broome, Adderley, Salop. America. 

BROUGHALL, Robert (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 1850. Dead. 

Son of Robert Broughall, Manufacturer, Uttoxeter Road, Derby. 

Removed to Guignes Coll., France. Business in London. 

BROUGHALL, John. 

Brother of above. Died in America. 

CHARLES, Alexis Leon (1863-1865), b. 3 Feb., 1851. 

Son of Emmanuel Nicolas Charles, late Officer in the Belgian Army, 

Nottingham. Secretary of the Midland Railway Co. Chairman of the 

Liversage Charity Board, and of several Benevolent Institutions. 198, 
Osnuuton Roady Derby. 

*CLAYE, Samuel John (Jan., 1863), b. 1852, d. 1898. 

Son of Samuel John Claye, Manor House, Long Eaton. Australia. 

♦WILLIAMS, Alfred Edward (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 1849. 
Dead. 

Son of Rev. Bennett "Williams, B.A., Vicar of Bramshall, Staffs. Died 

in New Zealand. 

*WILLIAMS, Arthur Anderson (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 1853. 

Brother of above. St. John's Coll., Camb., B.A. 1874, M.A. 1679. 

Joint Editor of " The Registers of Colton," 1891 ; " The Rural Deanery of 
Cartmel," 1892. Since 1898, Vicar of Osmofherley, Yorks. 

♦MARSDEN, John Henry (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 1849; d. 18 
Sept., 1868. 

Son of Alderman John Marsden, of Chesterfield. 

MAY, Edmund Alex. (Jan., 1863), b. 1849. 

Son of Rev. Alexander May, Vicar of Darley. Wells Theol. Coll. ; 

Vicar of Mudford^ licheater, Somerset. 

MARTIN, Thomas (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 1851. Dead. 

Son of — Martin, Chief Brewer, Ind, Coope & Co., Burton. 

*MAYBERRY, John Foster (Jan., 1863, to 1868), b. 1853. 

Son of Richard Mahoney May berry. Manager, Bass d; Co., Burton. 

Govt. Exam, in Natural Science, 1867 ; 8rd Class Hons., Ox. Local Junior 
Exam., 1868.— C. XL, 1868. 

JOHNSON, George Frederick (Jan., 1863), b. 1854. 

Son of Thomas Austin Johnson, Bookseller, Victoria Street, 
Derby. 

JOHNSON, Thomas Austin (Jan., 1863), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. 

HOSKYNS, Edward John Hadderton (Jan., 1863, to April, 
1865), b. 30 Oct., 1850. 

Son of Edward Hoskyns, Surgeon, Duffield. Physician. L.S.A. 1878 ; 

L.R.C.P. (Ed.) 1880 ; L.R.C.S. 1880. Belper and Diijffield. 

♦ARGYLE, John (Jan., 1863), b. 1849. 

Son of Dr. John Argyle, M.D., Heanor.. 

WEST, (?) Frederick. 

WESTON, John Rutland (Jan., 1863, to 1865), b. 8 Sept., 1850; 
d. 3 Sept., 1880. 

Son of John Weston, Manufacturer, Derby. Went to Guignes School, 

France. Late with his father. 



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69 THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 18D 

DAVIS, Henby (Jan., 1863, to 1868), b. 21 Aug., 1852. 

Soa of John Davifi. Optician and Mathematical Instrument Manufacturer. 

Derby. Ut Swimmer and Gymnast at School, 1867-68. Electrical 

Engineer, Derby. Oa$tU Hill Houms^ Duffield. 

RICKETTS, James (Jan., 1863), b. 1853. 

Son of George Ricketts, Duffield Road, Derby. Midland Rail\»*ay. 

5, West A venue t Derby. 

HURD, Joseph (April, 1863), b. 1851. 

Son of William Hurd, St. Peter's, Derby. Business. Tottenham 

Court Hoad^ London. 

STEVENSON, John Jewsbury (April, 1863, to Dec, 1866), 
b. 1850; d. Mar., 1879. 

Son of Richard Stevenson, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Osmaston Road. 
Derby. Chemist, Derby. 

RICE, Henry Thomas (April, 1863, to 1865), b. 15 April, 1848. 

Son of Thomas Rice, Merchant. Iron industry, Sheffield and Derbj-. 

37, Duffield lioad, Derby. 

♦SHELDON, Francis (April, 1863), b. 1852. Dead. 

Son of Robert Sheldon, Weston Underwood, co. Derby. 

SLINN, Arthur (1863), b. 1852. 

Son of Thomas Slinn, Friar Gate, Derby. 166, Parliament Street, 

Derby. 

♦SMITH, Oliver Douol.\s (Sept., 1863, to 1867), b. 1847. 

Son of — Smith, Galway. 8rd Class Ox. Local Exam., 1864; Christ's 

Coll., Camb., 13.A. 1872. Legal Appointment, West Coast of Africa. 

♦OLDHAM, Herbert (1863), b. 1853. Dead. 

Son of Dr. G. Oldham, Alfreton. 

OLIVER, \V. (Sept., 1863), b. 1850. 

Son of John Oliver, Auctioneer, Chellaston. Orme & Renals. Sawlejf. 

♦EVANS, Charles Walter (Sept., 1863), b. 1849. 

Son of Dr. Charles Evans, Surgeon, Bakewell. Govt. Exam, in Natural 

Science (3rd Class), 1867 ; London Univ. Matr. (Ist Class), 1868; M.B. 1878, 
M.D. (London) 1881. Medical Officer of Health for Bakewell and district. 
Matlock House, Bakewell. 

♦EVANS, M. Robert (Sept., 1863, to 1869), b. 1852. 

Brother of above. C. XI., 1868. Surveyor and Architect. Frant 

Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

HILL, Edward Coke (Sept., 1863), b. 1849 ' ^' 24 May, 1864. 

Son of D. Coke Hill. Was killed by a fall at Dovedale. 

HILL, Thomas Coke, b. 1850. 

Brother of above. Prel. Legal Exam., 1866. Mining Engineer. 

Australia. 

♦IRONMONGER, \Villia.m J. (Sept., 1863, to 1868), b. 1848, 

Son of — Ironmont,'er, Sawley. F. XI. ; C. XI. (1866-68). Won the 100 

yards in 9i sees, (sic), Throwing the Cricket Ball, and Lon^i; Jump, School 
Sports, 1867. Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1868 ; B.A. 1871. Late Master, Bath 
College. Edge Bank^ Xethy Edge, Sheffield. 

♦CANNER, William (Sept., 1863, to 1865), b. 1851. 

Son of William Canner, Locko Grange, co. Derby. Pharmaceutical 

Exam., 1871. Stanley Grange, Dale Abbey. 

♦ORME, Robert (Sept., 1863), b. 1851. 

Son of Robert Orme. Merchant, Bakewell. Wine Merchant. Bakewell. 



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JONES, William Hugh Fenton (Sept., 1863, to 1872), b. 1855. 

Son of Dr. Thomas Michael Joues, Surgeon, Shardlow. B. IV., 1871 ; 

8rd Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1870. Open Post Mastership, Merton 
Coll., Ox., 1872; Scholar, 1872-76; B.A. (Hons. in Natural Science), 1876; 
M.A. 1886. Changed his name, by ^oyal Licence, into FENTON. Prosect. 
R.C.S. (Eng.) 1878 ; Surg. Schol. and Duckworth Nelson Prizeman, London 
Hosp., 1879; M.R.C.S. (Eng.) 1880; M.D. (Brux.) 18^8; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 
18i!3. Vice-President of London Hospital Medical Society; Fellow of Obst. 
Society ; Physician at Chelsea Hospital for Women ; Physician at London 
Throat Hospital, Great Portland Street ; Resident Ace. and House Surgeon at 
London Hospital. Contributor to Medical Magazines, etc., etc. 27, George 
Street^ Hanover Square^ London, W. 

*NEEDHAM, Edward Leay (Sept., 1863, to 1870), b. 1850, 
d. 1881. 

Son of Edward Moore Needham, Superintendent, Midland Railway, 

Birmingham and Alvaston. C. XL ; F. XL ; B. IV., 1867-70. Brackenbury 

Open Scholp., Balliol Coll., Ox., 1870. Hon. Mention for the Stanhope Univ. 
Prize Essay, 1872. A skilful poet. 

*ORME, John Henry (Sept., 1863), b. 1853. 

Son of Robert Orme, Merchant, Bakewell. B. IV. (cox), 1868. 2nd 

and Ist Class Ox. and Camb Univ. Local Exam, (bracketed for Mayor of 
Derby's Prize), 1868-69 ; Prel. Law Exam., 1870. Solicitor at Buxton and 
Stockport. Glenwood Terrace ^ Buxton. 

PEACH, John (Sept., 1863), b. 1852. 

Son of J. Peach, Manufacturer, Derby. 

♦ROXBY, Edward William (Sept., 1863, to 187 1). b. 1853. 

Son of the late — Roxby, Merchant, 12, Cliff, Scarboro'. Wimb. R. 

Team, 1870. 

JEWITT, Isaac Herbert Sheldon (Sept., 1863), b. 20 Jan., 
1850; d. 20 April, 1870. 

Son of Llewellynn Jewitt, F.S.A., Author, Derby and DufSeld. 

3rd Officer on the Shackamaxon. Killed and buried at sea. 

♦HOLDEN, George (1863-1865), b. 12 Dec, 1851 ; d. 1880. 

Son of Rev. A. A. Holden, Vicar of Spondon, afterwards of Nuttall 
Temple, Notts. Solicitor in London. 

♦BOYNTON, Charles Ingram William (Sept., 1863), b. 7 April, 
18.S3. 

Son of Rev. Griffith Boynton, M.A., Barmston, near Hull. Trin. Coll., 

Dublin, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1883. Rector of Barmston. 

*ANSON, Frederick Anchitell (Sept., 1863, to 1865), b. 11 Oct., 
1854. Dead. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Anchitell Anson, M.A., Rector of Longford. 15th 

out of 90 candidates at Eton Open Scholp. Exam., 1864 ; Rossall School. 
Died in San Francisco. 

CAMERON, Charles (Jan., 1864), b. 1853. 

Son of Dr. George Fenton Cameron, Derby ; afterwards London. 

FORREST, Stuart (Jan., 1864, to April, 1874), b. 16 Nov., 1856. 

Son of Augustus Forrest, Surveyor of H.M. Post Offices, Green Lane, 

Derby. &id Class Camb. Local Exam., 1872. — Won the 20O yards Open, 

School Sports, 1871. 

FOX, Joseph William (Jan., 1864), b. 1853. 

Son of Joseph Fox, Engineer and Iron Founder, City Road, Derby. 

C. XL, 1868. Merchant Service. Drowned. 

FOX, James (Jan., 1864), b. 1855. 
HARRISON, Edward Webb (Jan., 1864). 

Son of the late T. Harrison, Merchant, 50, Wilmot Street, Derby. 

House Scholp., 1867. Assayist. Sydney ^ New South Wales. 



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HENCHLEY, Samuel (1864). 

Son of Samuel Henchley, Dern-ent Terrace, Derby. 

HEDLEY, Thomas (Jan., 1864), b. 1855. 

Son of John Uedley, Mining Engineer, Government Inspector of Mines. 
Derby. Engineer. Went to China. 

♦PENNY, William (Jan., 1864, to 1866), b. 20 April, 1850. 

Son of William Penny, Banker, Kidderminster. CUeve Hill, Chel- 
tenham. 

♦PENNY, Henry (Jan., 1864, to 1865), b. 22 June, 1852. 

Brother of above. Merchant. Laurel House, Green Hill, Kidder- 

fnifister. 

♦RADFORD, Henry (Jan., 1864), b. 1851. 

Son of — Radford, Tutbury. C. XI. 

♦SKINNER, Frederick (Jan., 1864), b. 1855. 

Son of — Skinner, Merchant, Bermudas. 

♦TUCKER, William H. (Jan., 1 864-1 868), b. 1849. 

Son of David Tucker, Surgeon, Bermuda ; afterwards of Toronto, 

Canada. lloyal Coll. of Surgeons, 1867. Surgeon, late in Liverpool; now 

abroad. 

UNSWORTH, Walter (Jan., 1864), b. 1855. 

Son of George Byron Unsworth, J. P., Silk Throwster, Derby. Silk 

Manufacturer. Green Lane, Derby. 

UNSWORTH, Herbert (Jan., 1864, to 1868), b. 1857. 

Brother of above. Sfechanical Engineer. 63, Mansell Terrace, ' 

Swansea. 

WHITAKER, Francis Samuel, b. 1856; d. 13 Feb., 1900. 

Son of Alderman Samuel Whitaker, J. P., Mayor of Derby in 1887.- 



Joint Sec. of Derby and Derbyshire Building Society ; Director of Whitwick 
Colliery. Athenaeum Chambers, Derby. 103, Kedleston Hoad, Derby. 

WHITAKER, John Henry. 

Brother of above. Joint Secretary of Derby and Derbyshire Building 

Society. Athenaeum Chambers, Derby. 

WRIGHT, WiLLi.\M Henry (Jan., 1864), b. 1852. 

Son of Geort,'e T. Wri^lit, Strand Terrace, Derby. School Scholp., 

18r>5. Hospital Practice at Liveri)ool and Dublin Univ. Coll. ; M.R.C.S. 
(Eu^.'.); L.H.C.P. and L.M. (Ireland) ; L.S.A. (Lond.) ; M.D. (Durham) 1901. 
Medical Orticer of Health for Alvaston and Boulton. Cleveland Hoithe, 148, 
Pear Tree Hoad, Derby. 

DEACON, Herbert (Jan., 1864, to 1871), b. 1855, d. 1883. 

Son of A. O. Deacon, Artist, Burton Koad, Derby. Tea Planter in 

China, where he died. 

HOPE, Gerald L. (Jan., 1864, to 1870), b. 8 June, 1858. 

Son of Kev. William Hojm?, M.A., O.D., Vicar of St. Peter's, Derby. 

Chicajo. 

♦HULLKTT, Alfred (Jan., 1864), b. 1849. 

Son of Rev. John Hullett, Vicar of Allestree. Removed to Christ's 

Hospital. 

MURPHY, Octavius Brabazon (i 864-1865). 

Son of JamcH B. Murphy, Surgeon Dentist, Derby. L.D.S., B.C.S. 

(Eng.) 1877. Derby. Castle Lodge, Dufield. 

NEWTON, Isaac (Sept., 1864), b. 1856. 

Ron of William Newton, Business, Osmaston Eoad, Derby. 15, ^o<ne 

Street, Derby. 

MORLKY, J. Edward (Sept., 1864), b. 1850. 

Son of — Morley, Bu.siness, Derby. In a Bank. Derby. 



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CLARKE, Charles Henry (1864-1865), b. 9 Mar., 1854. 

Son of Thomas Henry Clarke (Cox, Clarke & Co.), Wine Merchant, 

Corn Market, Derby. Late Master at Isleworth College. Became a Roman 

Catholic Priest: SB. Mary and Joseph's Church. Canton Street^ Poplar^ 
London, E. 

♦CLAYE, Arthur (Sept., 1864), b. 1854, d. 1894. 

Son of Samuel John Claye, Manor House, Long Eaton. B. IV. (cox), 

1869. Australia. 

♦HIND, William (Sept., 1864), b. 1853. 

Son of — Hind, 0/ Whetstone, Leics. Whetstone Pastures, Leics. 

♦HIND, Thomas. 

Brother of above. 

♦HURT, Norman Anthony (Sept., 1864, to 1867), b. 27 July, 
1850; d. 6 May, 1893. 

Son of Francis Hurt, County Magistrate, Alderwasley Hall, co. Derby. 
Commission in the Army (11th Regt. Infantry), 1867. 

♦BRITTLEBANK, Benjamin (1864), b. 8 Dec, 1852. 

Son of Benjamin Brittlebank, Lawyer, Winster. Landowner. 

Winster, co. Derby. 

TINDALL, John Edward (Sept., 1864), b. 1848. 

Son of Rev. S. Tindall, Wesleyan Minister, Derby. 

WEBSTER, — 

GREEN, George (Jan., 1865), b. 1850. 

Son of Benjamin Green, Lodge Lane, Derby. Photographer. 87, 

Ashbourne Moaih I>erbif. 

GREEN, T. (elected to a Free Scholp., 1865). 
CHRISTIAN, Hugh Coburg (Sept., 1864), b. 1854. 

Son of Mrs. Christian, Friar Gate; afterwards of Elstow, Paignton, 
Devon. Kingsley, Plymouth Co., Iowa, U.S.A. 

CHRISTIAN, John Mellor (Jan., 1865), b. 1856. 

Brother of above. With the Forces in South Africa. 

HOSKYNS, Robert Hope (Jan. to June, 1865), b. 18 May, 1853 ; 
d. Aug., 1899. 

Son of Edward Hoskyns, Surgeon, Duffield. Died in India. 

HURD, John (Jan., 1865), b. 1853. 

Son of William Hurd, St. Peter's, Derby. Business. Edgbaston, 

Birmivgham. 

TAYLOR, George William (Jan., 1865), b. '24 Sept., 1854. 

Son of George Taylor, Silk Manufacturer, Derby. F.Z.S. ; F.R.S.C. 

Author of *' Marine Mollusca of the Pacific Coast of America," 1895 ; of 
Articles on " Land Shells of Vancouver Island " in the Ottawa Naturalist ; 

and many other papers on Conchology and Entomology. Rector of 

Wellington, Vancouver, British Columbia. 

TAYLOR, Edward Ernest (Jan., 1865), b. 13 Jan., 1856. 

Brother of above. Master of a School, Derby. 284, Uttoxeter New 

Bead, Derby. 

WILMOT, Reginald Mead (Jan., 1865, to Dec, 1869). 

Son of late Edward WooUatt Wilmot, J.P., Buxton. B. IV., 1868-9 ; 

F. XI. ; Wimbl. R. Team, 1869. Gobies Corners, Ontario, Canada. 

RICKETTS, William (1865). 

Son of George Ricketts, DufReld Road, Derby. Midland Railway. 

FLEMING, — (1866). 
OTTEWELL, — (1866). 
PASHLER, — (left 1866). 

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IRcv. TRIlaltcr Clarh, 3B.S)., DcaO /ftaetcr, 1 865-1889. 



♦STOREY, Herbert Lushington (June, 1865, to 1867), b. 14 
Mar., 1853. 

Son of Sir Thomas Storey, J.P., D.L., Westfield House, Lancaster, and 

Pantys Hall, Olyn, Ruabon. Owens Coll., Manchester; Captained bis 

Coll. Football Team, and Stroked his Coll. Boat ; played for the Preston 
Grasshoppers and Lancashire County. Manufacturer and Ironmaster, 
owning works at Lancaster, Barrow, Darwen, and Mostyn. J.P. for Lancaster. 
Bailrigg^ Lancaster. 

♦JOHNSON, Geo. (June, 1865). 

Son of G. Johnson, Town Councillor, Brook Street, Derby. Went to 

America. 

WOOLLEY, John Thomas (June, 1865). 

Son of J. Woolley, Colliery Proprietor, Ripley, co. Derby. Late in 

business with his uncle in Port Elizabeth, S. Africa. 

COURT, Charles Samuel (June, 1865). 

Son of Samuel Court, Postmaster, Derby. General Post Office 

Surveyor (late Bedford Post Office). Surveyor's Establishment^ General 
i*ost Office^ London. 

COURT, Frederick Hales (June, 1865), b. 8 June, 1858. 

Brother of above. Manager of Derby and Derbyshire Bank. London 

Boady Derby. 

HOBSON, Ernest William (June, 1865, to Midsummer, 1873), 
b. 27 Oct., 1856. 

Son of Alderman William Hobson, J.P., Mayor of Derby in 1884. 

1st Class Hous., Camb. Local Junior Exam. (1st of all Candidates. 1,640, 
in Mathem.), Prize at Derby Centre, 1871 ; Free Studentship at South Ken- 
sington ; delivered a Latin Address to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales at Derby 
School, 1872; Captain of the School, 1872-73 ; Ist Open Scholp., Christ's Coll. 
Camb., 1873; Foimdation Scholp., Christ's Coll., Camb., 1874; Ist of his year 
in Mathem., 1875; College Prize and increased Scholp., 1876; SENIOR 
WRANGLER and Fellow of his College, 1878 ; Senior Mathem. Lecturer, i 

1879 ; M.A., 1881 ; Mathem. Moderator of the Univ. of Cambridge. 1886 ; 
Lecturer in the higher subjects of the Mathem. Tripos. ; Mathem. Examiner 
of the Univ., 1884, 1887, 1889, 1892, 1893, 1898, and 1899; Senior Tutor, 
Christ's Coll.; Senior Deputy Lowndean Prof, of Astronomy of the Univ., 
1890; Doctor of Science, 1892; Proctor; Fellow of the Royal Society, 
1893 ; President of the London Mathem. Society, 1900. One of the Governors 
of Derby School. Author of '* A Treatise on IPlane Trigonometry." and of 
numerous communications in the " Proceedings of the London Mathem. 
Society," "The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society," "The 
Encyclopaedia Britaunica," etc. Christ's College^ Cambridge. 

CARR, Frederick William (June, 1865). 

Son of F. W. Carr, Agent, Derby. 

CARR, [sec.]. 

[Was at school in 1867.] 

WHELAN, Charles Edmund (June, 1865). 

Merchant. 65, Lower Thames Street^ London. 

CHARLES, Arm.\nd (June, 1865, to Dec, 1868), b. 7 Aug., 1854, 
d. 1874. 

Son of Emmanuel Nicolas Charles, late OflBcer in Belgian Army, Derby. 
Mechanical Engineer. 



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WALKLATE, William (Sept., 1865). 

Son of T. Walklate, Goods Manager, Midland Railway, Normanton Road, 
Derby. 3rd Class Ox. Local Junior Exam., 1867, Australia. 

*ALKIN, Robert Cooper (Dec, 1865, to 1868), b. 15 Aug., 
1853- 

Son of R. L. Alkin, Merchant, Hartshill, Warwickshire. The Orange, 
HartshiV^ Warwickshire. 

*ALKIN, John Griffith (Dec, 1865, to 1868), b. 10 July, 1855. 

Brother of above. Won the Long Jump (21 ft. 8 in.) ; also High 

Jump (5 ft. 11^ ki.). Amateur Champion Sports, 1676; the Long Jump 
(20 ft. 11 in.) in the England and Ireland International Athletic Sports, 
1877. His record Jump against Fowler, of Birmingham, is 28 ft. 1 in. Won 
the 440 Yards Leeds Handicap two years following. Hartshill^ Waruickshire. 

ARMSTRONG, John Lewis Pasteur (Jan., 1866). 

Son of the late W. Armstrong, Landowner, Derby. Wimb. R. Team, 

1870, The Burif, Felstead, Essex. 

♦SHARPE, James William (Feb., 1866, to July, 187 1), b. i April, 
1852. 

Son of Captain W. Sharpe, St. Bees, Whitehaven. Ist Class Junior 

Camb. Local Exam, (specially distinguished in four subjects), 8rd of all 
Candidates in Greek, Prize at Derby centre ; 1st Class Hons., Junior Ox. 
Local Exam. (5th of all Candidates), M.P.'s Prize and Mayor of Derby's 
Prize, 1867; 1st Class Hons., Senior Ox. Local Exam. (Ist of all Candidates, 
1,199) in French and English and in the aggregate. Prize at Derby centre, 
1868; 1st Class Hons., Senior Camb. Local Exam., and Ist of all the Candidates 
examined throughout England (Prize), 1869. Was Captain of the School 
and of the Cadet Corps ; F. XL ; C. XI. ; B. IV., 1868-69. Open Scholp. at 
Caius Coll., Camb., 1871 ; the Lyon Exh. at his Coll., 1873 ; Prizeman and 
Ist in Mathematics of all the men of his year, 1874 ; B.A. (10th Wrangler), 
1875 ; Mathematical Master at Charterhouse and Fellow of his College, 
1876; M.A. 1878; Senior Fellow, 1887. Vellacot, Poole lioad. Bourne- 
mouth. 

♦DRAPER, Walter (Feb., 1866, to 1868), b. Sept., 1850 ; d. Oct., 
1878. 

Son of E. Draper, Solicitor, Kenilworth. Won the High Jump, 

School Sports, 1867. Land Surveyor. Died at Kenilworth. 

♦YEOMANS, William (Feb., 1866). 

Son of W. Yeomans, Stretton Court, near Hereford. C. XL ; F. XL, 

1867; B. IV., 1868. Late Merchant, Hereford. 

♦YEOMANS, John (Feb., 1866). 

Brother of above. 

♦YEOMANS, Henry Edward (Feb., 1866). 

Brother of above. 2ud Class Hons,, Camb. Local Exam. (Prize at 

Derby Centre), 1871 ; 1st Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam, (specially dis- 
tinguished in Greek), Prize at Derby Centre, 1872 ; House Scholp., 1872 ; 
Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1876. 

CATTON, George Masterman (Feb., 1866). 

Son of G. Catton, Kedleston Road, Derby. 29, Kedleston Road, 

Derby. 

DEAN, Edward (Feb., 1866). 

Son of W. Dean, Manufacturer, St. Peter's Street, Derb5\ 

LAURIE, Robert (Feb., 1866, to 1871), b. 10 Feb., 1855. 

Son of R. Laurie, Manufacturer, Darley Abbey. Derby School 

Scholp., 1867; CM. (Edin.), 1881; M.B. (Edin.), 1881; M.D. (Edin.), 1887. 
Town Councillor. Lome Villa, 245, Osmaston Uoad, Derby. 

CLARKE, William (April, 1866), d. 1897. 

Son of Alderman Thomas Clarke, Mayor of Derby in 18G3, The Elms, 
Derby. Went to Trent College. Succeeded his father. Derby. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTEB. [1 

CLARKE, Frank (April, 1866), b. Aug., 1855 ; d. 6 Dec, 1900. 

Brother of preceding. C. XI. Went to Trent Coll. Manager of the 

family firm at Derby. The Hollies, Borrowash. 

PEGG, George Samuel (April, 1866), b. 16 Feb., 1855. 

Son of George Pegg, Clerk, 40, Sacheverel Street, Derby. Auctioneer 

and Land Agent, Green Lane, Derby. 5, Madeley Street^ Derby. 

CARNELL, Henry (April, 1866, to 1870), b. 1,856. 

Son of Edmund Camell, Leather Merchant, St. James' Laae, Derby. 

Lower School Scholp. Business. Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

CARTER, William Lower (June, 1866, to 1873), b. 9 Aug., 
1855. 

Son of F. Carter, Bookseller and Printer, Iron Gate, Derby. Matri- 
culated Rons, at Loudon Univ., 1879 : Ashe Exh. and Foundation Scholp., 
Emm. Coll., Camb., 1880; B.A. 1st Class Natural Science Tripoe, Camo., 
1882; 2nd Class Natural Science Tripos (Final), Camb., 1883; M.A.; F.G.S. 
Congregational Minister. HoptoUy near Mirfield, Yorka. 

CARTER, Francis Samuel (June, 1866, to 1873), ^- 28 Feb., 
1858. 

Brother of above. Camb. Local Exam., 1871. Printer and Publisher, 

Iron Gate, Derby. 6, TroweVe Lane, Derby. 

*ALKIN, Richard (June, 1866, to 1868), b. 22 May, 1851. 

Son of R. L. Alkin, Merchant, Warwickshire. F. XI. ; B. IV. Won 

nearly all 1st Prizes at School Sports, 1867-8. The Orange, Hariikill, 
Warwickshire, 

*WARD, John William (June. 1866). Dead. 

Son of J. Ward, Colliery Proprietor, Ankerbold House, Chesterfield. 

Mechanical Engineer, Britannia Foundry, Derby; and with Lord Arm- 
strong, Newcastle. A clever Artist. Died in Australia. 

HUDSON, John R. (re-entered June, 1866), b. 7 April, 1850. 

Son of John Hudson, late Head Master, Derby School, Grove Villas, 

Derby. Passed Camb. Local Senior Exam., 186ft; Clare Coll., Camb. 

B.A. (Junior Opt.), 1873. 

DARBY, George Hy. (June, 1866, to 1868), b. i Oct., 1857. 

Son of G. V. Darby, Green Lane, Derby. Went to Repton SchooL 

Civil Engineer. Bosario, Argentine liepublic. 

*STANDEN, Peter (June, 1866), b. Aug., 1855 ; d. 8 Nov., 1891. 

Son of the late P. Standen, Hotel Proprietor, Ashover, co. Derby. 

M.B. and CM. (Edin.), 1881. Sutton-in-Ashford, co. Derby. 

GREAVES, Vernon Richard Newton (June, 1866), b. 1856. 

Son of Richard Newton Greaves, Merchant and Author, Derby. 

Solicitor. Late Old Bank Chambers, Derby. Now Sta. Fi, Mexico. 

BASFORD, John Henry (June, 1866), d. 1885/6. 

Son of J. Basford, Painter,* 43, Macklin Street, Derby. Cashier at 

Messrs. Doherty & Co.'s, Agard Street, Derby. 

BARENESS, Thomas (June, 1866, to 1873), b. 12 April, 1857. 

Son of J. HarknesB, Osmaston Road, Derby. M.B. (Edin.) and CM., 

1879; 1st Medallist in Mat. Med.; Ist Class Hons. in Senior Surgery and 
Pathology (Edin. Univ.) ; late House Surgeon at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. 
Late Rock House, Osmaston Road, Derby. Depth o* Lumb, Belper. 

MAULE, John Rochester (June, 1866). Died young. 

Son of R. Maule, Manufacturer, Little Eaton, co. Derby. B. IV .,1869; 

Capt., 1870. Won the Whiff Race at Evesham Regatta, 1870. 

GERMAN, Joseph (June, 1866). 

Son of the late \V. German, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby. 

8rd Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1872. Engineering Student wifh 
Messrs. G. Fletcher & Co., Derby. Partner, Darlington Ironworks, Sydney, 
New South Wales. 



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*RYDE, George William (June, 1866). 

Son of C. Eyde, "Worth Roadf Congleton, Cheshire. [There was a 

boarder Bide^ in December, 1875.] 

FLETCHER, Alfred William (June, 1866, to 1873), b. 2 Oct., 
1855. 

Son of W. Fletcher, Kedleston Street, Derby. L.T.S.C. Teacher of 

Music. Composer of: " The Battle Cry," 1896; " Raise the Banner," 1897 ; 
"WeMl Win the Day" (Chorus performed at Crystal Palace), 1898. Part 
Songs: "May Song"; "Springs come in Beauty"; "Lo, the Lark"; 
" Blow, Western Wind." Anthems : " O praise the Lord, all ye Nations " ; 
" Sing aloud unto God." Conductor of May Festival, Derby. 92, Curzon 
Street, Derby. 

FLETCHER, John Walter (June, 1866, to 187 1), b. 15 Feb., 
1857. 

Brother of above. Won the J-Mile Open, School Sports, 1871. 

Succeeded to his father's business. Market Place and St. James* Street^ 
Derby. 

SMITH, John Henrt (June, 1866, to Dec, 1872), b. 8 Dec, 
1856. 

Son of William Smith, Accountant, 23, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

Clerk, Midland Railway. Formerly with Messrs. Eddowes & Son. 14, 
Norfolk Street^ Derby. 

WAITHMAN, — (June, 1866). 

From Bentham, near Lancaster. 

♦LINDSAY, Joseph Wilson (Aug., 1866). 

Son of late H. Lindsay, Bakewell. C. XI., 1868 ; Wimb. R. Team, 

18G9. 

MARSH, Clive John Riley (Aug., 1866, to 1875), b. 1856. 

Son of J. Riley Marsh, Alvaston Grange, near Derby. Captain of 

the School, 1873-74; Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. 1879. Late in Scholastic 
partnership with Mr. E. E. Taylor (q.v.), Derby. Castle Hill, Dvffield. 

♦BRENNAND, Henry John (Aug., 1866). 

Son of J. Brennand, Manufacturer, Burnley, near Manchester. 8rd 

Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1870. Soutk America. 

HOOPER, J. 

[? Son of Charles Edwin Hooper, 41, Carrington Street, Derby.] ^Srd 

Class Hons., Ox. Local Junior Exam., 1867. 

QARBUTT, Horace Richard (Aug., 1866, to 1869), b. 9 Dec, 
1854. 

Son of W. Garbutt, Deputy Governor of Gaol, 6, North Parade, Derby. 

Manager of Messrs. Haywood & Co., Market Place. Victoria Terrace^ 

Ma^klin Street, Derby. 

BELL, John Robert Kennedy (1866), b. 1851. 

Son of Robert Bell, Schoolmaster, Makeney. Charsley Hall, Ox., 

1874; Curate of Drighlington, Leeds, 1876; of St. James', Nottingham, 1877. 
Ontario, 1894-95. Now of Warcop, Penrith. 

♦FLETCHER, Charles William Corrie (July, 1866, to 1871), 
b. 20 Sept., 1854. 

Son of Rev. John Waltham Fletcher, M.A., O.D., 91, Carlton Place, 

Leicester. C. XI. ; F. XI., 1870 ; 3rd Class Camb. Local Exam., 1870 ; 

St. George's Hospital, London, 1872-77 ; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1877 ; L.R.C.P. 
(Edin.), 1878; and L.M., 1878. Surgeon. The Gables, Burton Road, 
Derby. 



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♦FLETCHER, James Michael John (Sept., 1866, to July, 1872), 
b. 29 Sept., 1852. 

Brother of preceding. F. XI. 1867-72 ; Wimb. K. Team, 1871. 2nd Class 

Hons., Ox. Junior Local Exam., 1867 ; Ist Class Hons., Camb. Jonior Local 
Exam., Prize at Derby Centre, 1867 ; 2nd Class Hons., Camb. Senior Ijocal 
Exam, (distinguished in English), Prize at Derby Centre, 1863; Ist Class 
Hons., Ox. Senior Local Exam. (Hons. in English, Languages, and Biathem.), 
1st Candidate (Prize) at Nottingham Centre, 1869 ; Hon. Mention in Open 
Scholp. Exam., Balliol Coll., Ox., 1871 ; Open Scholp. Univ. Coll., Ox., 1872; 
1st Class in Mods, in Disc. Mathem., and Prizeman, 1874 ; B.A. (2nd Class 
in Lit. Mathem., Final Schools), 1876; 1st in Bishop of Lichfield's Ordination 
Exam, for Deacons, and Gospeller at Ordination, Sept., 1877 ; Ist in Bishop 
of Lichfield's Ordination Exam, for Priests, Sept., 1878 ; Bishop of Lichfield's 
Prize for Theology, 1881 ; M.A. 1881. Curate of Holy Trinity, Shrewsbury, 
1877; Stoke-on-Trent, 1882; Vicar of St. Andrew's, Wolverhampton, 1885; 
Chaplain to Diocesan Lay Evangelists, 1892-1900; Assistant (Lichfield; 
Diocesan Missioner, 1894-1900. Author of " Distinguished Alumni of Derbv 
School," 1872; •* Visit to the Monastery of St. Bernard " ; ** Flamsteed, the 
Astronomer." Editor of Tfie Evangelist Quarterly^ 1896-1900. From 1900, 
Vicar of Tideswell. 

*ATTENBOROUGH, Mark (Jan., 1867, to July, 1868). 

Son of J. Attenborough, Ilkeston, co. Derby. B. IV. ; A Pass, Univ. 

Junior Local Exam.. 18b7 ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1868 ; Prel. Legal Exam., 1868. 
Solicitor, practised in South Australia ; Church Advocate for the Diocese of 
Adelaide ; PMitor of South Australian Law Reports. Now 35, Wafbrook, 
London^ E.G. 

♦GIBSON, Edward Paul (Jan., 1867). 

Son of late A. A. Gibson, Clergyman, Ashbourne. 

*ROSSELL, Edward George (Jan., 1867). 

Sou of G. Rossell, Surgeon, Sandiacre, co. Derby. M.R.C.V.S. 

Veterinary Surgeon. Fear Tree Houses Sandiacie. 

STUBBS, Frederick (Jan., 1867). 

Son of J. Stubbs, Litchurch, Derby. 2nd Class Hons., Camb. Local 

Exam. (Prize at Derby Centre), 1870; Whitworth Scholp. Silver Medal 
for Mathematics in the Govt. Natural Science Exam., 1872. Manager of 
CammeVs Ironworks^ Shejffield. 

PEACH, William John Stevenson- (Jan., 1867), b. 10 Mar., 
1852. 

Son of the late George Peach, Iron Founder, Derby. B. IV. 1868. 

Wimb. R. Team, 1869. Civil Engineer; M.I.M.E. ; Instructor in Engineer- 
ing at Repton School, Malvern Coll., and Cheltenham Coll. Ktrkhatham^ 
Great Malvern. 

GREENSMITH, Philip (Jan., 1867). 

Son of the late C. Greensmith, Miller, Derby. 

PARKER, George Nathaniel (Jan., 1867, to 1872), b. 29 April, 

1855. 

Son of the late Frederick Parker, Millowner, Nottingham Road, Derby. 

3rd Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1870 ; Prel. Exam., Royal Coll. of 

SurgeoiiB, 1872. 

LAURIE, David (Jan., 1867, to 1872), b. 8 Sept., 1857. 

Son of R. Laurie, Manufacturer, Darley Abbey. Business. Alfreton 

lioady Nottingham. 

WOOLIIOUSE, Richard Harold (Jan., 1867). 

Sou of R. Woolhouse, St. Peter's Street, Derby. Australia, 

BELL, Daniel Duncan (Jan., 1867), b. 1853. 

Son of the late Robert Bell, Schoolmaster, 3, Hill Brow, Derby. 

Charsloy Hall, Ox., 1874. 

BINGHAM, William Arthur (Jan., 1867). 

Son of J. Bingham, Agent, Litchurch Terrace, Derby. 



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HARPUR, Frank (1867- 1869). 

Son of John Harpur, Manufacturer, Rowditch, Derby. Business. 

CUBLEY, Lawson (Jan., 1867). 

Son of William Cubley, Cherry Street, Derby. Secretary to the Hull 

Football Club. 144, Boulevard, Hull. 

FAWCETT, Charles Albert (Jan., 1867, to July, 1869), b. 
26 April, 1855. 

Son of C. Fawcett, Inspector of Accounts, Midland Railway, 7, London 
Street, Derby .^ — Accounts' Auditor, Midland Railway, Derby.— Won the 
mile Handicap, Derbyshire Athletic Sports, 1878 ; the 200 yards Handicap, 
Derbyshire Athletic Sports, 1873 ; the 250 and 180 yards Races, Ashby 
Athletic Sports, 1874 ; the IbO yards, Ashby ; the 180 and 120 yards Hurdles, 
Wigston Athletic Sports, 1875 ; the 180 yards, Uttoxeter and Ashby Athletic 
Sports ; the |-mile Steeplechase and 120 yards Hurdles, Wigston Athletic 
Sports; the i-mile, Coalville ; the 100 yards and 120 yards Hurdles, Wood- 
ville ; and the Mile at Whitwick Athletic Sports, 1876 ; the 120 yards Hurdles 
at Coalville and Wigston Athletic Sports, 1877. 197, Vf^per Dale lioaiU 
New yormantont Derby, 

*BROWN, Richard Alexander Oswald (April, 1867, to 1869), 
b. 10 July, 1856. 

Son of J. Brown, Merchant, 22, St. Enoch's Square, Glasgow. Cadeby 

Manor, Nuneaton. 

♦BROWN, Charles Robert (April, 1867, to 1869), b. 28 Oct., 
1857. 

Brother of above. — Capt. J 6th Regiment (retired 1899) ; now Governor of 
the Military Prison, Malta. 

ODING, Frederick Bandon (April, 1867). 

Son of C. F. Oding, Inland Revenue, Derby. Univ. Local Janior 

Exam.. 1868. 

HEDLEY, Thomas. 

Son of — Hedley, Burton Road, Derby. 

JOHNSTON, J. Montgomery (April, 1867), d. 1896. 

Son of A. Johnston, Engineer, Derby. Engineer, South American 

Railways. 

JOHNSTON, Andrew (April, 1867). 

Brother of above. District Engineer, Great Eastern Railway, Ipswich ; 

Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers ; Superintended the laying 
down of Derbv Tramways ; Railway Engineer in Sweden ; Assistant Com- 
missioner of the New South Wales Govt. Railways ; Engineer and Manager 
of the Rio Tin to Mines and Railways. Huelva, Spaiti. 

CARTWRIGHT [pri.] (1867). 
CART WRIGHT [sec] (1867). 
JONES, Edwin Southwood (April, 1867, to July, 1870). 

Son of Joseph Jones, Clerk to Board of Health, Derby. Won the 

School Swimming Championship, 1868 ; B. IV. (bow), 1869. Mining Engineer 
(of his own Mine). J.P. for Monmouthshire. Danygraig, Uiaca, Mon. 

MAYO, John William (April, 1867), b. 26 Mar., 1855. 

Son of Benjamin Mayo, Clerk, Inland Revenue, 4, North Parade, Derby. 
65, Beach Bojd, Spark Hill, Birmingham. 

MAYO, Charles H. Powell (April, 1867), b. 17 Sept., 1859. 

Brother of above. Goldsmith Co.'s Scholp. ; St. Peter's Coll., Camb., 

B.A. (26th Wrangler), 1883 ; M.A. Assistant Master at Harrow School. 

HILL AM, John Hy. (April. 1867). 

Son of H. Hillam, Secretary, 6, Litchurch Terrace, Derby. 

HILLAM, Frederick (April, 1867). 

Brother of above. Bank Cashier. Burton. 



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RATCLIFF, JosBPH (April, 1867, to Dec, 1868), b. 28 Aug., 
1850. 

Son of Joseph Ratcli£F, Solicitor, Clerk to the School Trustees, Spa liane, 

Derby. Late Ordnance Department of India. JIfwson, near Batciry^ 

Yorks. 

WHEELDON, George Edmund (April, 1867). 

Son of J. Wheeldon, Nottingham Road, Derby. Maltster and Hop 

Merchant. Nottingham Hoad^ Derby. 

WALL, George (April, 1867). 

Son of W. Wall, Farmer, Darley Abbey. 

GANDY, Frederick Hughes (April, 1867), b. 1855. 

Son of Edward Gandy, Canal Carrier, Bridgwater Villa, Gerard Street, 

Derby. Managing Clerk, Comity OfiQces, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 35, 

Wilfred Street, Verby. 

*CLAYE, Edgar Havelock (June, 1867, to Aug., 1876), b. 1859. 

Son of Samuel John Claye, Manor House, Long Eaton. Won the 

Steeplechase Mile, ^-Mile, Long Jump and Hxirdle Race, Derby School 
Sports, 1*)76. Resided sometime at Hamburg. Succeeded his Father. 
Darley Fields ^ Derby. 

♦STOKES, Henry Watkins (June, 1867, to Dec, 1872), b. 14 
Mar., 1853. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Stokes, Grindon Rectory, near Leek. B. IV. (bow), 

1870; (Captain) 1871-72. Won the Junior Sculls, Derby Regat to, 1871; 
Wimb. R. Team, 1869-72. Late Secretary of the Ferrocarril Central del 
Chubut. Lieut.-Col. Ist Vol. Batt. the King's (Liverpool) Regiment. 7, 
Green Laney Stoneycroft^ Liverpool. 

RUDLAND, Robert (June, 1867). 

Son of W. G. Rudlaud, Surgeon. B. IV. (cox) 1871. L.R.C.P. (Edin.) 

1888; L.R.C.S. (Edin.) 1888 ; L.F.P.S. (Glas.) I8I38. Little Heath, FoUshiU, 
Coventry. 

OLDHAM, John James (June, 1867). 

Son of J. Oldham, Clerk, County Court Office, 17, St. Mary's Gate, 
Derby. 

PARKER, Charles William (June, 1867). 

Son of T. H. Parker, Iron Founder, Nottingham Road, Derby. 

*FRAZER, Arthur (Sept, 1867, to 1873). 

Sou of late E. H. Fraser, 10, Cromwell Street, Nottingham. 2nd Class 

Hons., Ox. Local Junior Exam, (bracketed for Mayor of Derby's Prize), 
1868; 1st Class Hons., Ox. Local Junior Exam., 1869; House Scholp. 
(Classics), 1870 ; Proximo Accessit, Open Scholp. Exam., Emm. Coll., Camb., 
1872 ; Foundation Scholp. at Clare Coll., Camb., 1873 ; Prizeman (1st of the 
men of his year), 2nd Scholp., Clare Coll., 1874 ; B.A. 2nd Class Classical 
Tripos, Camb., 1876. Holy Orders, 1876; Curate of Famsfield, Southwell, 
1679-83 ; M.A., 1879 ; Curate of St. John's, Mansfield, Notts., 1883 ; Vicar 
of Harby, near Lincoln. 

*MACBAY, Edward Samuel (Sept., 1867). 

Sou of Captain W. Macbay, Berwick-on-Tweed. C. XI. (1868) ; Non- 
Collegiate, Oxford. 

♦HUGHES, John Lambert (Sept., 1867). 

Care of E. AV. Wilmot, J. P., Ashbourne Road, Derby. Macclesfield. 

♦WATLINGTON. John Cox (Sept., 1867). 

Son of \V. Watlington, Ship Owner, Bermuda. C. XI.; Wimb. R. 

Team, 1869-70. 

BRADLEY, Gilbert (Sept., 1867). 

Son of Septimus Bradley, DuflQeld Road, Derby. "Warwick, Vernon 

and Bradley," Solicitors, 27, Chancery Lane, London. 



1887] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 7S 

JOWETT, John Aves (Sept., 1867), b. 1854; d. April 13, 1896. 

Son of the late J. Jowett, Manufacturer, Edward Street, Derby. 

3rd Class Rons., Camb. Local Exam., 1870. Manager of Capital and Counties' 
Bank. Wellingboro'. 

ELLIS, — (1867). 

BENNETT, Thomas (Sept., 1867). 

Son of R. Bennett, Railway Contractor, Rose Hill, Derby. Civil 

Engineer; M.LC.E. Railway Works, L««d4. 

BENNETT, William (Sept., 1867). 

Brother of above. Borough Surveyor's Office, Derby. 54, Dairykouse 

Boadf Derby. 

GI8B0RNE, Hy. F. Darwin (Sept., 1867). 

Son of Edward Sacheverell Gisborne, Surveyor, Full Street, Derby. 

Pangboumey Berks. 

GISBORNE, Rbgd. Pole (Sept., 1867); d. circa, 1888. 

Brother of preceding. Surveyor, Halifax, Canada. 

ALLEN, Joseph (Sept., 1867), b. 1857. 

Son of Thomas Allen, Queen Street, Derby. Bull Bing^ Bir- 
mingham. 

HARLAND, Edward Robinson (Sept., 1867). 

Son of T. Harland, Temple Terrace, Derby. 

GARBUTT, Llewelyn Larder (Sept., 1867-76), b. 19 Mar., 
1858. 

Son of William Garbutt, Deputy Governor of Gaol, 6, North Parade, 

Derby. Natural Science Scholp. Exam., Balliol, 1875 ; Open Scholp.^ 

Clare Coll., Camb., 1876 ; 1st Foundation " Lady Clare " Scholp., Clare Coll., 
1877; B.A. (Ist Class Natural Science Tripos), Camb., 1879; M.A. Science 
Master at Wincltester College. 

SMITH, William Frederick (Sept., 1867, to 1872). 

Son of James Smith, Auctioneer, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. Midland 

Railway. Baker Street^ Alvaaion. 

MOORE, William Edward (Sept., 1867, to July, 1868). 

Son of E. Moore, 13, Crompton Street, Derby. 

PARKINSON, Joseph Arthur (Sept., 1867). 

Son of A. Parkinson, 83, Abbey Street, Derby. 

O'CONNOR, Daniel (Sept., 1867). 

Son of D. O'Connor, Manufacturer, Wilson Street, Derby. 

PEACH, Henry Edward (Sept., 1 867-1 869), b. 3 July, 1854. 

Son of J. Peach, Manufacturer, Gerard Street, Derby. 21, Crosby Street, 
Derby. 

CLARK, Mark (Sept., 1867). 

Son of P. Clark, Manager (Tempest <fc Co.), Little Eaton, co. Derby. 

TOMLINSON, Drabble (Dec, 1867). 

Son of Joseph Tomlinson, Builder and Contractor, Ashbourne Eoad, 
Derby. Railway Contractor. Grassmoor, Chesterfield. 

SMITH, Edward Bower (Jan., 1868). Dead. 

Son of James Smith, Auctioneer, 15, St. Mary's Gate, Derby. 

GREENSMITH, James (Jan., 1868). 

Son of the late C. Greensmith, Millowner, Nottingham Road, Derby. 

♦GALLIMORE, Thomas (Jan., 1868). Dead. 

Son of John Gallimore, Farmer, The Huts, Ashbourne. Ellastone» 

Ashbourne. 



74 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 

RICKARD, Douglas (Jan., 1868), b. i April, 1857; d. 14 April, 
1901. 

Son of William Rickard, Silk Manufacturer, Friar Gate, Derby. — 
Succeeded his father. Friar Gate Home, Derby. 

RICKARD, Percy (Jan., 1868), b. 12 Mar., 1859 ; d. 31 Oct., 1893. 

Brother of above. Civil Engineer. M.I.C.E. Totley. 

SIMS, Ernest Rutherford (Jan., 1868). 

Son of E. Rutherford Sims, Governor of H.M. Gaol, Derby. Won the 

i-Mile, School Sports, 1871. L.S.A. (Leeds and Glasgow). Surgeon, Hnll 
Dock. 38, Beverley Road^ Hull. 

*BROUN, Charles W. Wilsone (Jan., 1868). 

Son of Charles Swinfen Broun, Swinfen Hall, Lichfield. Levett Hotue^ 

Woheley Hoad^ liuyeley, Staffs. 

*BROUN, Michael Alekandrr Swinfen (Jan., 1868). 

Brother of above. Went to Rugby. Lieut.-Colonel, Militia, South 

Staffordshire Regiment, 1892. J.P. Swinfen Hall, JAchJield. 

HARRISON, Edward (Jan., 1868, to 1875). 

Son of C. Harrison, Manufacturer, 10, Vernon Street, Derby. Srd 

Class Hons., Camb. Local Junior Exam, (distinguished in Chemistry), 187:^; 
School Scholp. in Natural Science, 1873 ; Open Scholp., for Natural Science, 
Clare Coll., Camb., 1875 ; Foundation Scholp. and jPrizeman, Clare Coll.. 
Camb., 1877-79 ; B.A. (1st Class Natural Science Tripos), 1878 ; Examiner 
in Anatomy, Clare, King's, and Caius Colls., Camb., 1831-82; Assistant 
Demonstrator of Anatomy, Camb. Univ., 1831-82; Camb. Univ. Extension 
Lecturer on Physiology, at the Crystal Palace, 1882; M.A. (Camb.), 1882; 
M.R.C.S., 1882; M.B. (1st Class Hons.), 1883; Assistant House Surgeon, 
Huddersfleld Infirmary, 1883-85; House Surgeon, Hull Royal Infirmary, 
1885-88; F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1886; M.D. (Camb.), 1898; President of the Ewt 
Yorkshire and North Lincolnshiie Branch of the British Medical Association, 
1898-99 ; President of the Hull Medical Society, 1899-1900 ; Hon. Surgeon, 
Hull Royal Infirmary, 1900 ; Surgeon to the Hull and Sculcoates Dispensary. 
Contributor to Lancet^ 1884, etc., and Quarterly Medical Journal. 8, Wright 
Street, Hull. 

SWINDELL, John (Jan., 1868). b. 1857, d. 1892. 

Son of Frederick Swindell, Manufacturer, Madeley Street, Derby. 

Colour Merchant. Manchester. 

STENSON, Thomas (Jan., 1868). 

Sou of T. Stenson, Stockbrook Street, Derby. 

SIMS, John \Villl\m (Jan., 1868, to 1870). 

Son of Thomas Sims, Abbey Street, Derby. Ranmore Theol. Coll., 

Sheffield. Superintendent Minister of the Nottingham Wesleyan Circuit, 
Nottingham. 

CUBLEY, Alfred Charles (Jan., 1868). 

Son- of W. Cubley, 8, Cherry Street, Derby. 

WARD, Thomas (Jan., 1868). 

Son of J. Ward, 4, Midland Place, Derby. 

BOWERS, John (Jan., 1868). 

Son of S. Bowers, 1, Parliament Street, Derby. 

RATCLIFFE, Thomas (Jan., 1868, to 1871), d. 25 Oct., 
1897. 

Son of Joseph Ratcliffe, Solicitor, Clerk to the School Trustees, Spa 
Lane, Derby. Prel. Law Exam., 1871. 

BISHOP, Joseph Wright (Jan., 1868). 

Son of Joseph Wright Bishop, 1, Victoria Villas, Derby. 



18683 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 76 

♦AIjLINSON, Alfred Richard (Jan., 1868), b. 1858. 

Son of the late Richard Allinson, Atherstone, Warwickshire. 3rd 

Class Hons., Camb. Local Henior Exam., 1868; 2nd Class Hons., Camb. 
Local Senior Exam., and 2nd Candidate at Notts. Centre, 1869 ; Ist House 
Scholp. (Classics), 1869 ; Open Exh., Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1871 ; Donation at 
St. Peter's Coll., Camb., having been bracketed 1st in Classics in an Open 
Scholp. Exam., 1871 ; 2nd Class in Mods, in Literis Graecis et Latinis, Lincoln 
Coll., Ox., 1674 ; B.A. 1877. M.A. 1882 ; Second Master in Somerset Coll., 
Bath. 1876 ; Librarian of Devon and Exeter Institution, 1893 ; late Assistant 
Master, Upper School, Liverpool College. 

*MOSLEY, George Harrison (April, 1868, to Dec, 1870; re- 
turned 1875); ^- 1852- 



Son of Samuel Knight Mosley, Estate Agent, Old Radford. Notts.- 



House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1870; Christ's Coll., Camb., B.A. (Senior Opt. 
Math. Tripos) 1880, M.A. 1888. Rector of Pertenhall, Kimbolton, since 
)887. Formerly 2nd Master, King's School, Ely. Church Street, Old 
Had ford, Notts. 

OLIVER, John (April, 1868); b. 1859; d. 24 Mar., 1900. 

Son of John Oliver, Auctioneer, Derby. Late of Methuen's Horse. 

Rockville Centre, Freeport, Long Island, N.Y. 

♦BAKER, Frank Howard (April, 1868). 

Son of Howard Baker, Solicitor, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

BALL, William (April, 1868). 

Son of John Ball, Accountant, Douglas Street, Derby. 

WHEELDON, John (April, 1868). 

Son of J. Wheeldon, Maltster, Nottingham Road, Derby. 

JEPHSON, Frederick (Sept., 1868). 

Son of Hy. Jephson, Merchant, Madeley Street, Derby. Business. 

184, Ottoxeter New lUad, Derby. 

♦HORSLEY, Thomas (Sept., 1868), b. 1855; d. 1885. 

Son of Thomas Horsley, Engineer, Kirkby Old Hall, Pinxton, Alfreton. 

Won the 100 yards and High Jump, School Sports, 1870-72 ; Wimb. R. 

Team, 1671 ; F. XI. ; House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1872. Ashe Exh., Emm. 
Coll., Camb. Solicitor ivith Messrs. Gadsby Sc Coxon, 1880. Died at King's 
Newton. 

♦HORSLEY. Arthur (Sept., 1868, to April, 1878). 

Brother of above. Won nearly all the open events at the School 

Sports from 1873; Wimb. R. Team (Capt.), 1877; C. XI.; B. IV. (Capt.) 
1877; F. XI. (Capt.) 1878; played Football for Notts, in 1879. Dolphin 
Houee^ Stanley Connnon, West Hallanif Derby. 

HARVEY, Samuel (Sept., 1868, to 1871), b. Dec, 1854. 

Son of William Harvey, Chemist, 8, Ford Street, Derby. Late Farmer, 

Mapperley, co. Derby. Now retired. Ilkeston. 

♦TAYLOR, Ormsby (Sept., 1868, to Dec, 1870), b. 20 Dec, 
1852. 

Son of Thomas Taylor, Veterinary Surpeon, Burton-on-Trent. Wimb. 

R. Team, 1869 ; won the 100 yards, 1869. Prel. Law Exam., 1870. Solicitor. 
Barton-unde r-Needwood, 

HAYWOOD, Henry Mansfield (1868-1873), b. 19 April, 1859. 

Son of Thomas Haywood, Registrar. Captain of Ist Vol. Batt. 

Derbyshire Regt. Chief Constable of the Borough of Derby, 1898. Fen- 
dennisy Mount Carrnel, Derby. 

STREET, John Vincent (Sept., 1868). 

Son of Joshua Street, Coal Merchant, Borrowash, co. Derby. 



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HOBSON, John Atkinson (Sept., 1868- 187 6), b. July, 1858. 

Son of Alderman William Hobsoiif J.P., Derby. Won the Hi^ 

Jamp, School Sports, 1874; record High Jump at School (5 ft. 1$ in.), Ib75. 
Open Scholp., Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1876. In the Lincoln Coll. Sports, Feb., 
1877, he carried off four open events: High and Long Jump, the 150 yards 
Handicap, and 100 yards; High Jump (5 ft. 8 in.), Dec, 1877, 1878, 1879; 
and i-miie, 1878. 2nd Class Hons. in Literis Grscis et Latinis, Mods., 1878; 
B.A. (8rd Class Hons. in Literis Griecis et Latinis, Finals), 1881 ; M. A. 1884. 
Classical Master at Faversham and Exeter Grammar Schools. Lecturer on 
Literature and Economy, Ox. Univ. Extension Movement in London, 1887. 
Contributor to Wettminster Iteview. Author of *' John Buskin, Social 
Reformer " ; " The Evolution of Modern Capitalism " ; " The War in South 
Africa," 1899. Elmstead^ Limpsfieldj Surrey. 

♦SLEIGH, Herbert (Sept., 1868, to Dec, 1875). 

Son of Hugh Sleigh, J.P., Silk Manufacturer, Leek, Staffs. 'Went to 

Germany. Silk Manufacturer. Leek^ Staffs. 

♦SLEIGH, Roland (Sept., 1868- 1876). 

Brother of above. C. XI. ; F. XI. 1874. Played FootbaU for Stoke, 

1876; for Staffs., 1877-79 ; for Liverpool, 1879; for Cheshire County, 1880; 
for Hendon, 1884. Silk Manufacturer. 16, North Street, Westmineier. 

FORREST, Henry (Sept., 1868, to Dec, 1873), b. 17 Mar., 1858. 

Son of Augustus Forrest, Surveyor of H.M. P<wt Offices, Green Ijane, 

Derby; afterwards. General Post OflBce, York. 116, Lancaster Road, 

Notting Hill, London^ W. 

♦FORREST, Arthur Lowthbr (1868-1874); b. 17 Dec, 1861. 

Brother of above. Surveyor, General Post Office, London. Percy 

LodgCf Queen's Road, Teddington. 

DAVIS, Frank (Sept., 1868), b. 1857. 

Son of John Davis, Optician and Mathem. Instrument Manufacturer, 
Friar Gate, Derby. Merchant. 88, Rue Ph. de Champagne, Brussels. 

DAVIS, Herbert (Sept., 1868), b. 1859. 

Brother of above. Luthervilie, Baltimore, U.S.A. 

JONES, Henry (Sept., 1868). 

Son of John Jones, Rose Hill, Derby. A Pass, Univ. Local Junior 

Exam., 1869. 

JONES, John (Sept., 1868). 

Brother of above. 

LINACRE, James Anthony (Oct., 1868). Dead. 

Son of late John Linacre, Charnwood Street, Derby. Architect. 

Aston-on-Trent. 

FRYER, Joseph Pagdin (Jan., 1869). 

Son of Joseph Fryer, Kedlestou Road, Derby. Business. 27, Queen's 

Arms Road, York. 

TURNER, William Holdeness (Jan., 1869), d. 15 June, 1895. 

Son of L. T. G. Turner, Post Office Surveyor, 92, Friar Gate. Derby. 

Studied Medicine, London. Entered Lichfield Theol. Coll. Died while 

travelling in the United States. 

HUTCHINSON, Ernest Alfred (Jan., 1869). 

Son of Hy. H. Hutchinson, Magistrates' Clerk, 21, Wardwick, Derby. 

HUTCHINSON, H. (?J.). 

Brother of above. 

♦SMITH, John Hy. (Jan., 1869). 

Son of late Hy. Smith, Hotel Proprietor, Long Eaton, co. Derby. 

Succeeded his father. 

TURNER, John (Jan., 1869), d. Oct., 1878. 

Son of Richard Turner, Contractor, 69, Liversage Street, Derby. 

Mercantile Navy. Died at sea, off Cape Horn. 



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SMITH, William Mabbett (Jan., 1869, to 1872), b. 10 Sept., 
1858. 

Son of William Smith, Acconntant, Ashbourne Boad, Derby. 

Business. Winaon Green, Birmingham. 

*8HARPE, Hy. Birch (Jan., 1869). 

Son of late Captain W. Sharpe, St. Bees, Whitehaven. Boyal Ex- 
change Assurance, London, E.G. 

♦ROBINS, George N. (Jan., 1869). 

Son of William Robins, Bookseller, Buxton. 8rd Class Hons., Camb. 

Local Exam., 1872. 

♦BARNARD, Charles William (Jan., 1869), b. 1857. 

Son of George Francis Barnard, W^ine Merchant, Buxton (Manchester). 

2nd Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam. (Prize at Derby Centre), 1872. 

Matriculated at Oriel Coll., Ox., 1875 ; B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. Vicar of 
Rowley Regis, 1885 ; Rector of Churchill, Kidderminster, 1888. From 1898, 
Vicar of King* 8 Norton, Birmingham. 

ELLISON, William George Hollingworth (Jan., 1869), b- 
1858. 

Son of Rev. W. I. Mills Ellison, St. Michael's Vicarage, Derby (Stock- 
holm). St. Edmund's Hall, Ox., 1876 ; Lichfield Theol. Coll., 1879. Holy 

Orders, 1881 ; Chaplain to Seamen, Genoa, 1888-84 ; Harbour Chaplain, 
Bombay, 1884-89 ; Curate of Staveley, Chesterfield, 1890 ; Rector of Metchosin, 
Vancouver Island, British Golumbia. 

OLIVER, Charles Edward (Jan., 1869, to 1876), b. .11 Feb., 
1857. 

Son of John Oliver, Auctioneer, 7, Cherry Street, Derby. Clerk to 

Burial Board. Derby Hill, Chellaston. 

♦KNIGHTON, George Hy. (Jan., 1869). 

Son of G. Knighton, Engineer, Alfreton Iron Works. Wimb. R. 

Team, 1870. Iron Founder and Engineer, '' Simkiss & Knighton," Parlia- 
ment Street, Derby. 2, Swinburne Street^ Derby. 

♦BRAMLEY, William (Jan., 1869). 

Son of Charles Bramley, Fiskerton Hall, Lincoln. Wimb. R. Team, 

1869. 

CRASSWELLER, Hy. Valentine (Jan., 1869). 

Son of Rev. Harris Crassweller, B.A., Dissenting Minister, St. Mary's 

Oate, Derby. Has resided in Australia. Late Stockbroker, 10, Throg- 

morton Avenue, London, E.C. 

♦MANSFIELD, Richard (Jan., 1869). 

Son of the late — Mansfield, Merchant, Berlin. 3rd Class Hons., 

Camb. Local Exam., 1870; B. IV.; Wimb. R. Team, 1871. Painter, Com- 
poser, and famous Actor. Now in New York, where he is looked upon as 
" the leader of dramatic art in America." 

♦BICKERSTAFF, Charles Isaac (Jan., 1869). 

Son o| Rev. Isaac Bickerstaff, Bonsall Rectory, near Matlock. 3rd 

Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1870; Lichfield Coll., 1876. Curate of 
Bloxwich, Staffs., 1878-80 ; Carbrook, Yorks, 1880-86. Vicar of Moneyash, 
CO. Derby, 1886-88 ; Dronfield, 1888 ; from 1892 Rural Dean of Dronfield. 

♦SORESBY, Charles Holbrook (Jan., 1869), b. 1852. 

Son of W. C. Soresby, Merchant, Nunsfield House, Alvaston, co. Derby. 

From Repton School. Landowner at Alvaston and Shardlow. 205, 

Uttoxeter New Boad, Derby. 

♦LINACRE, John (Jan., 1869). 

Son of A. Linacre, Australia. Wimb. R. Team, 1870. 

♦HARVEY, Eldon (April, 1869). 

Son of J. Harvey, Somerset, Bermuda. Wimb. R. Team, 1869-70. 



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FERNEYHOUGH, William (AprU, 1869), b. 1854. 

Son of William Femeyhough, Contractor, Wardwick, Derby. 

Oovernwtmt Street, Victoria, British Columbia. 

MAWSON, Thomas Oliver (April, 1869), b. i May, 1856. 

Son of T. Mawson« Post Office Superintendent, 48, Friar Qate, Derby. 
Chemist. Tynenmuth. 

MAWSON, Robert Bryham (April, i86q), b. 28 July, 1857. 

Brother of above. 3rd Class Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1872. Mining 

Engineer and Colliery Manager, near Wigan. 

MAWSON, Joseph Swan (April, i86q), b. 28 Dec, 1859. 

Brother of above. Sheffield and Rotherham Bank. 7, Wilson Road, 

Sheffield. 

*ROWBOTTOM. John P. (April, 1869). 

Son of T. Rowbottom, Maltster, Spondon Foundation Scholp., Corpas 

Christi Coll., Camb. (Ist in Classics), 1877 ; B.A. (3rd Class Classical Tripos\ 
1880. 

YATES, Edgar (April, 1869, to 1873). 

Son of Clement Yates, Merchant, City Road, Derby. Boron^h 

Accountant's Office. 59, Sule Street, Derby. 

*QARLAND, George Hy. (April, 1869). 

Son of G. Garland, Captain 46th Regiment L. 1., Dronfield, co. Derby. 
Wimb. R. Team, 1870. 

HOSE, Henry Christian (1869- 1870), b. 1854. 

Son of Rev. Henry J. Hose, M.A., Mathematical Master, Derby School. 

Removed to Charterhouse. Wholesale Silversmith. 6, Leabourne Road, 

Stamford Hill, N. 

WINFIELD, JosiAH (April, 1869). 

Son of J. Winfield, Bridge House, London Road, Derby. 3rd Class 

Hons., Camb. Local Exam., 1872. Assistant Manager, Ley's Foundry. 13, 
Charnwood Street, Derby. 

WINFIELD, George (April, 1869, to 1878). 

Brother of above. Merchant. 69, Salter Gate, Chesterfield. 

*COTTON, Charles Harington (Sept., 1869). 

Son of Rev. G. J. Henry Cotton, Rector of Dalbury. Evendine Honse, 

Colwall, Malvern. 

COXON, Thomas William (Sept., 1869), ^' ^2 Jan., 1857. 

Son of the late \V. Coxon, Brewer, Burton-on-Trent. Classical 

Medallist, 1875; Captain of the School in 1875-76. Magd. Coll., Camb.. 
B.A. 1879; rowed in his Coll. Boat, 1879. Solicitor, Derby, Dec., 1883. 
Western Bank, Derby. 

BRADLEY, Henry (April, 1869). 

Son of Septimus Bradley, Duffield Road, Derby. 

*COOPER, Ernest (Sept., 1869). 

Sou of R. Cooper, Brewer, 21, Victoria Place, Eastbourne. ^^Vimb. B. 

Team. 1871. 

*MANSFIELD, Henry (Sept., 1869). 

Son of the late — Mansfield, Merchant, Berlin. Went to Italy to study 

Music. Berlin. 

REDFERN, Henry J. (Sept., 1869, to 187 1), b. 1856. 

Son of Thomas Redfem, Duffield.— — Clerk, Midland Railway. 49, 
Kedleston Bead, Derby. 

REDFERN, Thomas (Sept., 1869, to 1870), b, 1858. 

Brother of above. Succeeded his father. The Poplars, Duffield. 

*BUNNEY, John (Sept., 1869). 

Son of Dr. C. Nash Bunuey, Physician, 77, Warwick Road, Coventry. 



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EVANS, William S. (Sept., 1869). 

Son of the late B. Evans, Landowner, Stanley Lodge, West Hallam. 

♦STORES, Percy E. (Sept., 1869, to Dec, 1872), b. i Aug., 1856. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Stokes, Rector of Grindon, near Leek. Engineer. 

Villa BoaeOj Vallie du BorrigOj Mentone. 

CLARK, George Walter (Jan., 1870), b. 1859. 

Son of G. Clark, Lawyer, 88, South Parade. Derby. Exh., 1881, 

St. John's Coll., Camb. ; B.A. (8rd Class Theol. Tripos), 1883. Curate of 
Masborough, Yorks., 1889-91 ; Driffield, 1891-92 ; Redditch, Worcestershire, 
1892-97 ; St. Matthias', Birmingham, 1897 ; St. Saviour's, Stoke-next- 
Guildford. 60, Woodbridge Hoad^ Guildford. 

*DOLBY, Reginald (Jan., 1870, to 1874), b. 1855. 

Son of Rev. John S. Dolby, Howell Rectory, Lincoln. Wimb. R 

Team, 1871 ; won the Mile Open, School Sports, 1871 ; House Scholp. 
(Classics), 1872 ; won the i-Mile Open, the Hurdles, and School record for 
the 100 yards (lOi sees.), 1874. Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1874 ; won the 100 yards 
(dead heat)' Freshmen's Sports, Camb., 1875 ; won the Recruits' Challenge 
Cup at Shooting, O.U.R. V., 1876 ; B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881 ; Holy Orders 
1879. Chaplain H.M.S. Urgent, 1881-83 ; Achilles, 1883-84 ; Orontes, 1884-87 
Malabar, 1887-88; Agincourt, 1888-89; Colling wood, 1839; Galatea, 1892 
Arrogant, 1897. Since 1899, Nile, Devonport. 

♦HOLLICK, Thomas (Jan., 1870). 

Son of John HoUick, Whitmore Park, Coventry. Wimb. R. Team, 

1879. 

♦HUNT, John Angus (Jan., 1870). 

Son of Rev. W. R. Hunt, Vicar of Rocester, near Ashbourne. 

LONGDON, Arthur Frederick (Jan., 1870, to April, 1876), 
b. 25 Aug., i86o. 

Son of Alderman Frederick Longdon, Mayor of Derby in 1866-7, Derby. 

Went to Germany for his education. Head of the firm, F. Longdon & Co., 

Ltd. J.P. for Derby, 1895. Highfield, Littleover Hill, Derby. 

NICHOLSON, James (Jan., 1870), b. 1859. 

Son of T. H. Nicholson, Manufacturer, Alexandra Villa, London Road, 
Derby. Engineer. 

NICHOLSON, Thomas (Jan., 1870), b. 1861. 

Brother of above. Won the ^-Mile Handicap, School Sports, 1879. 

♦STOKES, John. 

Won the Lancashire Challenge Cup (Shooting), 1883. 

8WINGLER, Henry (Jan., 1870), 

Son of Joseph Swingler, Hotel Proprietor, London Road, Derby. 

♦PARISH, OcTAVius Charles (Jan., 1870). 

Son of G. E. Parish, 15, Park Villa, Reading. Wimb. R. Team, 1871. 

LAWSON, Stewart (Jan., 1870). 

Son of Edward Lawson, Deputy Chief Constable of the County, 
2, Osmaston Road, Defby. 

LAWSON, Harold (Jan., 1870). 

Brother of above. Messrs. Bass, Ratcliff & Gretton's London OflBce. 

2, King*8 Boad, St. Pancraa. 

♦ELWELL, Alfred Walter (Jan., 1870). Dead. 

Son of Henry Elwell, Merchant, Quarry House, Lichfield. 

*ST0LLARD, James S. (Jan., 1870). 

Son of James StoUard, Schoolmaster, Clay Cross, co. Derby. 

" Proxime Accessit " in Open Scholp. Exam., Christ's Coll., Camb., 1871 ; 
Open Scholp., Queens' Coll., Camb., 1871 ; Whitworth Scholp , 1871 ; 
Foundation Scholp., Queens' Coll., Camb., 1873 ; Prizeman (1st in Mathem. 
of all the men of his year), 1874; B.A. {18th Wrangler), 1875; 2nd Class 
Natural Science Tripos, 1876. M.A. Wakefield Gmmmar School. 



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CAMPBELL, A. 
*CLAYE, Frank Reginald (April, 1870), b. 1861. 

Son of Samuel John Claye, Manor House, Long Eaton. J.P., co. Derbr. 

Bellfield, Long Baton. 

*COTTON, George Stovin Egerton (April, 1870). Dead. 

Son of Rev. James Henry Cotton, Rector of Dalbury, co. Derby. 

JORDAN, John Weston (April, 1870, to July, 1872). 

Son of Thomas Jordan, Farmer, Horsley Woodhouse, co. Derby. 

B. IV. (1871-2). Horsley Woodhouae, 

♦WILMSHURST, John (April, 1870). 

Son of Rev. T. A.AVilmshurst, Vicar of Wood ville, near Burton-on-Treni. 
Wimb. R. Team, F. XL (Capt.), and C. XL, 1871. 



GERMAN, William (April, 1870). 

Son of the late W. German, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby. 

Secretary of a Bank. Sydney^ New South Wales. 

HONEY, Albert Alexis. 

Won the Mile, Open, and Throwing the Cricket Ball, School Sports, 1874 ; 
Wimb. R. Team, 1875 ; Open Scholp. for Mathem., Sidney Sussex Coll., 
Camb., 1875 ; won the Mile by 80 yards, Sidney Sussex Sports, 1875 ; 15 Mile 
Bicycle Race in 55 mins., in Dec, 1877 ; 50 Mile Bicycle Race, International 
Univ. Sports, 1878. Was a Cambridge "Blue." B A. (Jun. Opt.j 1878; 
M.A. 1883. Master of the Holy Trinity Choir School, Hull. Ordained Sept., 
1890; officiated in Diocese of Ely, 1892. Curate of St. John the Evangelist, 
Bilton, Yorks., 1890-92; Godmanchester, 1892-97; from 1897, Leighton- 
BromawoldSf Kimhulton^ Hunts. 

HARRISON, Frederick William (April, 1870). 

Son of C. Harrison, Cotton Merchant, 10, Vernon Street, Derby. 

With Messrs. Tilling «& Co. Peckham. 

CROSSLEY, Richard Forman (April, 1870, to Aug., 1877). 

Son of James Crossley, Silk Manufacturer, New Uttoxeter Road, Derby, 
and Ripley. C. XL, 1877. Merchant. Gower Lodge, Roysion, Cambs. 

♦WHITE, George Edward (April, 1870). 

Son of E. White, The Laurels, Great Barr, Birmingham. Caimsmore, 

South Road, Erdinyton, Birmingham. 

COX, Arthur John (re-entered Sept., 1870), d. 1897. 

[v. supra. Dr. Leary's Register.] 

*ALLPORT, John (Sept., 1870). 

Son of J. Allport, Schoolmaster, Smalley, co. Derby. Open Scholp. for 

Mathem., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1875; B.A. (Senior Opt. Mathem. Tripes), 
1879. Schoolmaster. 

SPENCER, Slahman (?) (Sept., 1870). 

Son of — Spencer, Ockhrook, co. Derby. New Zealand 

SMEDLEY, Ernest Alfred (Sept., 1870, to 1876), b. 1857. 

Son of Alfred Smedley, Iron Founder, Belper, co. Derby. Open 

Scholp., Queens' Coll., Camb., 1876; B.A. (Senior Opt. Mathem. Tripos), 
188U ; B.Sc. (Loudon), 1866. Mathem. and Science Master at Croydon 
Grammar School. 

COTT, Robert (Sept., 1870, to 1872). 

Son of William Cott, Iron Gate, Derby. Late Clerk, Midland 

Railway. 

TINDALL, George Arthur (Sept., 1870). 

Son of the late Rev. Samuel Tindall, Wesleyan Minister, Quarndon. 

CO. Derby. Matriculated at Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1875 ; B.A. 1880. 

Since 1888, Rector of Heage, Belper. 

BOOKEY, Richard Hastings (Sept., 1870). 

Son of Mrs. Bookey, The Ferns, Duffield. Schoolmaster. 



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♦WHITWORTH, Richard Charles (Jan., 1871), b. 1855. 

Son of Rev. Richard Whitworth, Rector of Blidworth, near Mansfield. 

House Scholp. (Classics), 1872; Lincoln Coll., Ox., B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. 

From 1887, Vicar of Wilahamstead, Bedford. 

*MUSSON, E. Frank (Jan., 1871, to April, 1876). 

Son of \V. Miissou, Governor of County Prison, Wei ford Road, Leicester. 
-Derby School House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1875.— C. XI. ; Wimb. R. Team, 



1875 ; R. Fusil., C.I.V. 33, Fitzroy Sqiuire, London, W. 

SWINDELL, Frederick (1871-1874),^ 24 Aug., 1858. 

Son of Frederick Swindell, Manufacturer, 3, Leopold Street, Derby.- 



Managing Director of Messrs. Pegg & Co., Ltd., Morledge. Award from 
the Roj'al Humane Society for rescuing lives from the Trent (Aug., 1900). 
181, Osmaston Hoad, Derbt/. 

*COX, Edward Henry (Jan., 1871 to 1876), b, 22 Jan., i860. 

Son of Thomas Cox, Merchant, Osmaston Road ; afterwards, 93, Friar 

Gate, Derby. F. XI., 1876. Late farming in Australia. Of the firm 

"Cox & Garrard, Ltd.," 2, Albert Street, Derby. Town Councillor, 1900. 
3, Mount Carmel, Dethy. 

*DOV ASTON, William D. (Jan., 187 1). 

Son of John Dovaston, Nurserj*, West Felton, Shrewsbury. Played 

Football for Upton Park, Dec, 1879. Sohcitor, 1879. Talbot Cfiambers, 
Shrewibiiry, 

■"'"DOVASTON, Milward Edmund (Jan., 187 1, to Aug., 1876). 

Brother of above. B. IV. (Capt.), 18T5 ; F. XI. (Capt.), and Capt. of 

Cadet Corps, 1876; M.R.C.S. (Eng.),1883; Fellow Obstetric Society, London ; 
Surgeon Convalescent Home for Children, Hove, etc. Inventor of Sharp 
Hook for operation on Tongue-Tie. Hova House, Hova Terrace, Hove. 

HOBSON, Henry Mortimer (Jan., 1871), b. 19 Oct,, 1861. 

Son of Aid. William Hobson, J. P., Newspaper Proprietor, DuflBeld Road, 
Derby. Rowland Scholp., 1876. Editor and Chief Proprietor of Derby- 
shire Advertiser and Editor of " Derbj'shire Red Book." J. P., Borough of 
Derby. Durdant House, Kedleaton lioud, Derby. 

TURNER, Henry (Jan., 1871,). 

Son of the late G. Turner, County Surveyor, 92, Friar Gate, Derby. 

TAYLOR, T. E. (?) (Jan., 187 1). 
HODGES, Harry T. B. (Jan., 1871). 

Son of Mrs. Hodges, School Proprietress, Parker Street, Derby. 

(jold Medal and Prize in History and Political Science ; Senior Moderator ; 
Prizes for English Composition and Modern History, 1898. B.A., Dublin 
Univ. (1st Class Hons.), Ib99. Late Master at Denstone Coll. 

LONGDON, Herbert Eraser (Jan., 1871, to 1877), b. July, 1857. 

Son of Alderman Frederick Longdon, J. P., Manufacturer, Quarndon, 
Derby, afterwards Osmaston Road, Derby. Brae Lee, Ouild/ord, Surrej. 

SPRECKLEY, W. H. E. (April, 1871, to Dec, 1880), d. Jan., 
1890. 

Son of G. Spreckley, Auctioneer, Grantham. B. IV. (stroke) ; F. XI., 

1878. Died at Bournemouth. 

WHEATCROFT, Henry S. (April, 1871), b. 1862. Died young. 

Son of A. E. Wheatcroft, Chemist, 84, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

*BROOKER, Frederick George (April, 1871), b. 1861 ; d. 30 
Mar., 1 89 1. 

Son of W. Brooker, Hotel Proprietor, Matlock Bath, co. Derby. 

Clarence House, Matlock Bath. 

*POTTER, Maurice (Sept., 187 1, to 1874), b. 1857. 

Son of Rev. Alfred Potter, Rector of Kegworth, Notts. Silk Manu- 
facturer, 11, All Saints' Street, Nottingham. 

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♦POTTER, Sidney Pell (Sept., 1871, to Aug., 1878), b. 1859. 

Brother of preceding. C. XI. (Capt.), 1878. Matriculated at Trin. 

Coll., Camb., 1879 ; Pla}'ed in his Coll. F. XI., 1881-83; Foundation Sizarship, 
1883; li.A. (3rd Class Theol. Tripos), 1883; M.A. 1887. Curate of Scarboro . 
1887-88. From 1888, Rector of East Leake, Loughborough. 

♦POTTER, Claude (Sept. 1871, to 1875), b. 1861, d. 1875. 

Brother of above. 

♦EVANS, William Warren (1870-1877), b. i860. 

Son of late John Evans, The Temple, Matlock Bath. Locomotive 

Department, Midland Railway. 234, St. Thomas' lioad, Derby. 

♦WALLIS, Gilbert Farr (Sept., 187 1). 

Son of Dr. A. A. Wallis, Kalini; Green, near Ulceby, Lines. B. IV. 

(bow), 1872. Succeeded to his father's estate. 

♦WALLIS. John H. Loudon (Sept. 1871). 

Brother of above. In the Merchant Service. 

HUTCHINSON, Thomas Edward Mundy (Sept., 187 1, to 1872). 

Son of Rev. George Hutchinson, Rector of Osmaston, near Derby. 

Trin. Coll., Dublin, B.A. 1882. From 1891, Curate of Osma9ton^ 

Derby. 

*NEALE, Arthur (Sept., 1871). 

Son of John Neale, Farmer, Exhall Grange, Coventry, Warwickshire. 

ALLEN, Arthur William (Sept., 1871). 

Son of William Allen, Lawyer, 41, Friar Gate, Derby. Assistant 

Accountant, Midland Railway, Derby. JjujffielJ. 

WALTON, Charles (Sept., 187 1, to Dec, 1872), b. 28 July, 1858. 

Son of Charles Walton, 12, Whitaker Street, Derby. Secretary and 

Director, Alton's Brewery, Derby. 110, Friar Gate, Derby. 

WEBSTER, George W. B. (Sept., 1871). 

Son of William Webster, 81, Russell Street, Derby. 

GERMAN, Walter (Sept., 187 1). 

Son of late W. (jerman, 11, Ward wick, Derby. Engineering Student 

with Messrs. J. Fletcher 4r Co., Derby. Derby Swimming Championship. 
1877. Late Mayor of Manby, New South Wales. Manager, Colonial Sugar 
Refining Co., Sydney, New South Wales. 

•^FRANKLIN, Francis S. H. (Sept. 1871). 

Son of G. Barton Franklin, Schoolmaster, Stoneygate School, Leicester. 

^•"CLARKE, Walter Goodrick (Jan., 1872). 

Son of Richard Clarke, Surveyor, 38, Cannon Street, Birmingham. 

Prel. Legal Exam., 1872. Solicitor. The Fines, Lickey, Burnt Green, 
Worcestershire. 

'"'WASSE, Gervas Miles (Jan., 1872). 

Nephew of Rev. Jarvis Wasse, Vicar of Melbourne, co. Derby. Guv's 

Hospital. L.S.A. (Loud.), 1B8J; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1880. Lat« of North 
Tawton, Devon; now practising in JNVu; York. 

JOSEPH, Allan Ferguson (1872), b. 1857. 

Son of Robert Ferguson Joseph, Manager, Friar Gate, Derby. 

Managing Director of the Egyptian Markets Co., Cairo. 

NICKISSON, John Leaver (Jan., 1872, to 1874), b. 25 Mar., 
1861. 

Son of J. Nickisson, Merchant, 103, Friar Gate, Derby. Late of 

Corinthian and Casual Football Clubs ; Captained the Essex Football Club 
V. Surrey ; Captain of the Brentwood and Crusaders' Football Clubs, 1883-84 ; 
played for London, notably v. Glasgow, Sheffield and Birmingham. Lieut, 
in Berkshire Imperial Yeomanry, and Member of Cavalry Club. Of the 
London Stock Exchange. Warjield, Bracknell, Berks. 



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RICHARDSON, John (Jan., 1872), bapt. Feb. 13, 1859. Died 
young. 

Son of H. Hichardson, Farmer, Horsley Woodhouse, near Derby. 

*JESSOP, Henry John (Jan., 1872), b. i Nov., 1858. 

Son of Zebedee Jes3op, 17, Park Road, Nottingham. Won the 220 

yards Handicap and High Jump, School Sports, 1874 ; played Football (goal) 
lor Notts., 1882^83, of which Club he has been a member for 27 years; was 
for some years on the Council of the Football Association. Managing 
Director of Baxter's Brewery Co., Waterfoot, Manchester. GlenvHfe, 
StackaieOrdSy Manc/iester. 

ORME, Edmund (Jan., 1872), b. 1857; d. 19 Dec, 1901. 

Son of Robert Orme, Granby House, Back well. Of the firm, 

"Orme & Renals." '' Lyndhurat," 303, Burton Boad, Derby. 

KENNINGTON, A. E. (Jan., 1872). 

Son of Sayers Kennington, 63, London Road, Derby. 

♦WHEATCROFT, Alexander (April, 1872). 

Son of A. Wheatcroft, Farmer, Colston Bassett, Notts. House Scholp., 

1876. Late 63, Rue Vallier, Levallois-Perret, Paris. 

♦SCOTT, Arthur A. (April, 1872). 

Son of Major John M. Scott, 7, Adelaide Road, Dublin. 

♦SCOTT, Frederick W. M. (April, 1872). 

Brother of above. Successful in Exam, for admission into Engineer- 
ing College, Cooper's Hill, 1876. India. 

RICHARDSON, Arthur Evans (April, 1872), bapt. 12 June, 1861. 

Son of H. Richardson, 75, Nottingham Road, Derby. Loughhoroughy 

Leicif. 

SANT, Edward (April, 1872), b. 1857. 

Son of John Sant, Spondon, near Derby. Corpus Christi Coll., 

Camb., 1878; Hebrew Scholp., 1880; Stroked Corpus 2iid, 1881. B.A. (3rd 
Class Theol. Tripos), 1882; Theol. Degree, 1882 ; M.A. 1686. Curate of West 
Ham, 1882-88; \icar 0! St. Margaret's, Leytonstone^ London^ E. 

HUTCHINSON, Ernest (April, 1872, to 1873). 

Son of Rev. George Hutchinson, Rector of Osmaston, Derby. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin, B.A. 1886. Tea Planter, Ceylon. 

♦GILBERT, S. H. (18.. .1875). 

Son of — Gilbert, Bermuda. F. XI. 

♦SIMPSON, Frederick W. (Sept., 1872, to Dec, 1875). 

Son of J. Simpson, Land Agent, Leicester. House Scholp. (Mathem.), 

1873 ; F. XI. (Capt.), 1875 ; C. XI. and Captain of Cadet Corps, 1875 ; Wimb. 
R. Team, 1876; distinguished in the Mathem. Scholp. Exam., ^^ adham Coll., 
Ox., 1876 ; Open Scholp., Jesus Coll , Camb., 1876 ; played Football for 
Jesus Coll., 1876. 

♦JONES, Arthur Meredwydd (Sept., 1872, to Aug., 1878), b. 1859. 

Son of Rev. Timothy Jones, Vicar of St. Margaret's, Leicester. 

C. XI.; F. XL: B. IV. (Capt.), '878; Keble Coll., 1878; rowed (bow) in 
Keble VIII., 1879; won a Sculling Race at his Coll.; won in a Scratch IV. 
with C. E. Snowden (q.v.), 1879; stroked Keble First, 1880; B.A. 1888, 
M.A. 1887. Fruit-farming in California. 

♦GARRARD, Charles Rowland Ordish (Sept., 1872, to April, 1877). 

Son of W. Garrard, Veterinary Surgeon, Tickenhall, co. Derby. 

House Scholp. (Natural Science), 1878 ; C. XI. ; F. XL, 1874 ; B. IV. (Capt.), 
1876; 1st in the Natural Science Scholp. Exam, at Emm. Coll., Camb.. 
1876 (Scholp. was withheld) ; Captain of the Cadet Corps, 1877. Played 
Football for Upton Park, 1879; L.S.A. (Guy's), 1880; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 
1881 ; late House Surgeon. Rotherham Hospital ; late Assistant House 
Surgeon, Sheffield Public Hospital. 80, Broad Stieet, Pendleton, Man- 
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MARSH, Howard Richard (Sept., 1872), b. 21 Sept., 1859, 

Son of J. Riley Marsh, Alvaston, co. Derby. Engineer; Managing 

Director of G. Fletcher & Co., Masson and Atlas Works, Litchurch, Derby. 
88, Argyle Terrace^ Rose Hill Street^ Derby. 

C'URREY, Reginald Heyoate Scott (Sept., 1872), b. i860. 

Son of Benjamin Scott Currey, M.A., Solicitor, Eaton Hill, near Derbv. 

Gold Medal (Classics), 1879/80 ; Keble Coll., Ox., '2nd Class in Mods, m 

Literis Gr^ecis et Latinis, 1881; B.A. (1st Class Theol. School), 1833; 
M.A. 18S6; Curate of St. James', Derby, 1833-86; of St. .\nne'8, 1883-92; 
Special Service for the Diocese of Southwell, 1893 ; Vicar of St. Luke's, 
Derby; Special Service for Diocese of Southwell, 1900. Nottingham. 

CURREY, Harry Erskine (Sept., 1872, to 1882), b. Mar., 
1863. 

Brother of above. School Scholp. (Mathem.), 1879; Ox. and Camb. 

Exams., Leaving Certificate, 1881 ; Foundation Scholp., Cains Coll.. Camb., 
1882, and Prizeman; B.A. (Senior Opt., Mathem. Tripos), 1834; M.A. 
Solicitor (" Barber & Currey "), Derby. Deputy Steward of the Mausr of 
Castle Doningtou. The Poplars, Little Eaton. 

*LEATHERDALE, Vincent John (Sept., 1872, to Dec, 1873), 
b. 19 May, 1857. 

Son of Rev. George L.^atherdale, Vicar of Mocha, Isle of Mauritius. 

Exeter Coll., Ox., B.A. (3rd Class in History, Mods.) 1879, M.A. 1891. 

Curate of St. Paul's, Leeds, 1830-81 ; Holy Trinity, Leeds, 1831-91 ; St. 
Matthias', Torquay, 1891-97. Author of "A Lady of Wales," "A Pair 
Imperialist." From 1898, Vicar of East Haddon, Northampton. 

LEATHERDALE, George Penning (Sept., 1872, to Dee., 1873), 
b. 24 June, i86o. 

Brother of preceding. History Exh., Queen's Coll., Ox., 1878; B.A. 

1832, M.A. 1885. Private Tutor, and engaged in literary work, c/o Ocean 
Accident and Guarantee Co., Ltd. 40, Moorgate Street, London, E.G. 

LEGGE, Arthur (Sept., 1872), b. 15 Sept., i860. 

Son of William Legge, Surgeon, The College, now Friar Gate, Derby. 

Member of the Royal Society of British Artists. Head Art Master of 

West Ham Technical College. Buckhurst Hill, Essex, 

BROOKHOUSE, John Henry (Sept., 1872, to 1874), b. 1858, 
d. 1875. 

Son of Joseph Thomas Brookhouse, Architect, Rose Hill, Derby. 

Architect with his father. Afterwards in the Merchant Service, His vessel 
went down with all hands, 1875. 

DICKSON, Herbert Edward (Sept., 1872). 

Son of Rev. Edward Hy. Dickson, M.A., Rector of Little Ouseburn, 
Yorks. L.R.C.P.L, 1886; L.R.C.S. (Edin.), 1889. 

HARKNESS, James (Sept., 1872, to 1882), b. 24 Jan., 1864. 

Son of John Harkness, Osmastou Road, Derby. Rowland Scholp., 

1878; Leaving Certificate, Ox. and Camb. Exams., 1881; Ist "Major" Open 
Scholp., Trin. Coll., Camb. (for five years, gained before going into resi- 
dence), 1882; 12th of the 1st Class in lions., Matriculation Exam., London 
Univ., 18H4 ; Mathem. Scholp., Univ. of London (only one awarded), and 
B.A. (London), 1885. B.A. (Trin. Coll., Camb.) (8th Wrangler), 1885. Joint 
Author of "Theory of Functions," 1898; "Introduction to the Theory of 
\nalytic Functions," 1893. Professor, Bryn Mauor Ooll., Fennaylvania, 
United States. 

DE PLEDGE, —(1873). 
HUTCHIxVSON, Clement (1872-1874). 

Son of Rev. George T. Hutchinson, Rector of Osmaston, Derby. 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., B.A. (Junior Opt.) 1886, M.A. 1893. Curate of All 
Saints', Cheltenham, 1892-94 ; Horfield, Bristol. From 1894, Vicar of North- 
Leachy Gloucester. 



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BREAREY, Branton (Sept., 1872), b. May, 1862 ; d. 11 Dec, 1890. 

Son of Rowland Breai*ey, Auctioneer and Valuer, Victoria Terrace, 
Derby. Solicitor with Taylor, Hoar & Taylor, Bedford Row, London. 

*WALLIS, Arthur A. (Sept., 1872). 

Son of Dr. A. A. Wallis, Ealing Green, near tJlceby, Lincoln. 

Merchant Service. 

-PLACE, John (Oct., 1872, to Aug., 1877). 

Son of J. Place, Banker, Park Valley, Nottingham. Wimb. R. Team, 

1877. Mechanical Engineer. 18, Bull Street^ Birviivgham. 

*JONES, Lloyd Timothy (Jan., 1873, to 1875), b. 1856. 

Son of Rev. Timothy Jones, Vicar of St. Margaret's, Leicester. 

House Scholp. (Classics), 1873 ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1874 ; F. XI. ; B. IV. ; Wimb. 
R. Team (Capt.), 1875; Matriculated at Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1875; Stroked 
his Coll. Eight, 1876 and 1877; 2nd in the Mile, 1877; Rowed No. 7 in 
his Coll. Eight, 1878 ; B.A. (3rd Class m Mods, in Literis Gruecis et Latinis) 
1879, M.A. 1883. Vicar of St. Leonard's, Leicester, 1886-88 ; All Saints', 
"Wellingborough, Northants, and Chaplain of Wellingborough Union, 1888-91. 
From 1891, Vicar of Peterborough^ l^orthanis. 

♦SIDLEY, John (Jan., 1873). 

Son of T. Sidley, 9, Brunswick Terrace, Stafford. 

HALL, James Astbury (Jan., 1873). 

Son of T. Hall, Editor of the Reporter, Secretaiy of the Railway 

Servants* Orphanage, Derby. Assistant Official Receiver. Full Street^ 

Derby. 

♦BADDELEY, Edmund (Jan., 1873, to 1875), b. 29 April, 1857. 

Son of G. Baddeley, Turnhurst Hall, Tunstall, Statfs. B. IV.; 

F. XI., 1874 ; Wimb. R. Team, 1875 ; won numerous events at School Sports» 
1874-75, and holds the School Record for the 100 yards (lOJ sees.) in 1876 ; 
Jesus Coll., Camb., 1875 ; won the " Langton " Champion Cup, Feb., 1877, 
for Throwing the Hammer (113 ft.), and the Long Jump (21 ft. 5 in.) ; in 
the Univ. Sports, 1877, he was first in Throwing the Hammer (111 ft. 4 in.), 
in the Long Jump (21 ft.), in the 100 yards (lOf sec), and 120 yards Hurdle 
race (16| sec). Won the Long Jump (22 ft. 4i in.). Putting the Shell, the 
100 yards, and Throwing the Hammer at his College Sports, 1878. His record 
Long Jump at Cambridge is 23 ft. 7i in. Amateur Champion Long Jumper, 
1877-78, and Champion Hammer Thrower, 1881-82. President, C.U.A.S., 
1878 ; was a Cambridge " Blue " ; B.A. 1878 ; M.A. 1882. Curate of Matlock, 
1880-87. From 1888, Rector of Long Maraton, Yorkshire. 

♦SINCLAIR, Robert Henry (Jan., 1873, to Dec, 1877), b. 1861. 

Son of Robert Cooper Sinclair, Civil Engineer, Tamworth, Warwick- 
shire. House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1874 ; F. XI. ; C. XI. ; B. IV. ; Wimb. 

R. Team, 1875-77 ; won the Mile, School Sports, 1876 ; " Strutt " Scholp. at 
School, 1877; obtained Leaving Certificate, 1878. Lincohi Coll., Ox., 1878; 
Rowed 4th in Lincoln Torpid ; played Football for his Coll., 1878 ; won 
the Senior Sculls at his Coll., 1879; B.A. (2ud Class Hons.) 1881. Curate of 
St. Matthias', Westminster, 1882-84 ; Holy Trinity, Westminster, 1884-88 ; 
M.A. ,1886; Curate of St. Michael's, Cornhill, E.C. ; Chaplain to Bishop of 
Marlborough, 1896. Vicar of St. Auselm's, Berkeley Square^ W. 

*BAILEY, Herbert Anthony (Jan., 1873, to 1878), b. 20 April, 
1861, d. II May, 1897. 

Son of Rev. Anthony Winter Bailey, M.A., Rector of Pan ton. Lines., 

afterwards Vicar of East Stoke, Newark, Notts. C. XI., 1878 ; Average 

Adjuster to the British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Urban District 
Councillor of Wallasey, where he died. (" Amblecote," Mayfield Road.) 

"^BAILEY, Gerard Chilton (Jan., 1873, ^^ iS79)> b- 23 Oct., 
1862; d. 2 Dec, 1900. 

Brother of above. Derby School Scholp. (Classics), 1878; Exeter Coll., 

Ox., B.A. 1887, M.A. 1888. Curate of St. Luke's, Leeds, 1888-89 ; St. C vprian's, 
Durban, Natal, 1899 ; Newcastle, Natal, 1890 ; from 1897, Vicar of Dundee, 
Natal, where he buried General Symons, 1900, and soon afterwards died of 
enteric fever. 



86 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. L 1873 

JONES, Harry (Jan., 1873). 

Son of late Michael Thomas Jones, M.D., Surgeon, Derby. South 

America. 

IRVING, Robert (Jan., 1873), d. circa 1891. 

Son of I. Irving, 19, Duffield Road, Derby. 

GANDY, Edward Arthur (Jan., 1873). 

Son of Edward Gandy, Canal Carrier, Gerard Street, Derby. Com- 
mercial Agent. 68, Bloomjield ^treet^ Derby. 

GANDY, James Henry (Jan., 1873), b. 1864; d. 8 Mar., 1895. 

Brother of above. Manager of Crompton's Bank at Wirksworth. 

GLOVER, — (1873). 
DA VIES, T. W. (1873). 

F. XI.; Wimb. R. Team, 1875. Nottingham. 

*ATTENBOROUGH, Edward (1873). I>ead. 

Son of J. Attenborough, Ilkeston. (v. supra, 1867.) C. XI. 1875. 

♦WILSON, Frederick (Jan., 1873). 

Son of late G. Wilson, Farmer, South Cliff, Scarboro'. 

*SMEDLEY, Alan Edward (Jan., 1873, to 1875), ^- »86o. 

Son of Alfred Smedley, Iron Founder, Belper. Engineer. Director 

of Smedley Bros., Limited, Belper. Selwood Villa, Belper. 

*KEYS, William H. (Jan., 1873, to Dec, 1874). 

Son of Samuel Keys, Hop Merchant, New Street, "West Bromwich. 

Officer 1st Vol. Battti. S. Staff. Hegt. ; Member of the West Bromwich Tcxiii 
Council. Lynden Houses Lynden, West Bromwich. 

♦DAVI(E)S, Thom.\s Henry (Jan., 1873). 

Son of Henry Davi(e)s, Silk Merchant, Forest Hoad, Nottingham. 

Humorist; Musician. 22, Burton Street^ Sherwood^ Nottingham. 

*TUDOR, W^iLLiAM Owen (Jan., 1873), b. 1858. 

Son of Rev. Charles Tudor, Holly Park, Manton, Yorks. Wimb. R. 

Team, 1875. Grand Junction Water Works, London. 

*FLEWKER, W^iLLiAM (Jan., 1873, to June, 1875). 

Son of the late John Flewker, and Grandson of John Flewker, O.D., 

Dawlish. Late Merchant in East India. " Calif oi-nia," Bushey Heath, 

Herts. 

HIVES, Ch.\rles Joseph (Jan., 1873), b. 9 July, 1859. 

Son of John Hives, one of the Governors of Derby School, Iron Gate. 
Derby. Late of 11th Hussars and Royal Artillery. 

WELLS, Alfred Henry (Jan., 1873, ^^ ^^ll\ ^' Oct., i860. 

Son of George Wells, one of the Governors of Derby School, Abbey 

Street, Derby. Coachbuilder, King Street, Derby. 12, West Avenue, 

Derby. 

GADSBY, Henry James (Jan., 1873). 

Son of G. Gadsby, Builder, Sacheverell Street, Derby. B. IV., 1875. 

*ALLEN, John Vincent (Jan., 1873). 

Son of the late J. Allen, Knighton, Leicester. 

*COOPER, Ernest W^arren (Jan., 1873). 

Son of F. M. Cooper, Merchant, Southampton, Bermuda. 

DEAN, ... (1873). 

WILLATT, Frank (1873-1877). 

Son of Frank Willatt, Miller, Abbey Street, Derby. Chief Clerk, 

Water Works. Abbey Street, Derby. 



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♦COOPER, Clarence Woodford (Jan., 1873, *o Aug., 1877). 

Son of F. M. Cooper, Merchant, Southampton, Bermuda. Wimb. R, 

Team, 1876-77. Poverty Flat, Berhice, British Guiana. 

*HAERIS, Thomas (Jan., 1873, to 1879). 

Son of G. Harris, Landowner, Brewood, Staffs. Ist Class in Matricu- 
lation Exam, at the Univ. of London, 1876; Ist year. Medical Scholp., 
Owens Coll. ; Piatt Exh. in Physiology, 1877-78 ; 2nd year, Piatt Exh. in 
Phj'siology ; Dumville Surgical Prize, Turner Medical Scholp. ; 1st Class 
Hons. in Physiology at 1st M.B. (Lond.), 1878-79; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1881; 
Student of Medicine at Manchester and Wiirzburg ; M.B. (3ra in 1st Class 
Hons. in Medical Qualification for Gold Medal), 1882; M.D. (Lond.), 1883; 
F.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1893. President of Pathological Society, Manchester ; 
Hon. Physician and Physician-in-Charge of I'hroat Department, Man- 
chester Royal Infirmary ; Consulting Physician, Manchester Hospital for 
Consumption. Lecturer on Diseases of the Respiratory Organs, Owens Coll. 
Author of " Post-Mortem Handbook " ; " Indurative Mediastino Pericarditis," 
1896. Contributor to Lancet, 1889, and Virchow'a Archiv, vol. 100 and 
103; "Brain." 1886; Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1893, etc. 
326, Oxford Road, Manchester. 

BROWN, George (Jan., 1873). 

Son of T. Brown, Burton Road, Derby. Succeeded his father. 

SMITH, Walter (Jan., 1873). 

Son of T. Smith, Manufacturer, Uttoxeter Road, Derby. Late Silk 

Manufacturer (retired). Abbey Street. 

♦NEWTON, Walter H. (April, 1873). 

Son of W. G. T. Newton, Old Cotes, Worksop. 

♦NEWTON, Harold W. (April, 1873). 

Captain Lincoln Football Club, 1882-83. 

*TUDOR, Walter Lechmere (April, 1873, ^^ Aug., 1876), b. 1856. 

Son of Rev. Charles Tudor, Holly Park, Nawton. Wimb. R. Team, 

1876. Univ. Coll., Durham, B.A. 1881. Curate of Woolley, Yorks., 1884-86; 
St. Michael's, Sheffield, 1390-92. Vicar of St. Jude's, Moorfields, Sheffield, 
1892 ; from 1898, Thorpe Arnold, Melton Mowbray. 

♦TUDOR, Henry Edmund (April, 1873), b. 1860. 

Brother of above. B. IV. Evans Scholp. at School, 1876. Solicitor, 

1886. 28, Paternoster Jiow, London. 

*JESSOP, Edward James (April, 1873, to Aug., 1877), b. 13 
April, i860. 

Son of Zebedee Jessop, Park Row, Nottingham. Won the Steeple- 
chase Mile and Flat Mile, School Sports, 1877; C. XI.; F. XI.; B. iV. ; 
Wimb. R. Team, 1877; played Football for Middlesex, 1882-84; North of 
England v. South, 1883; at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1883; played for 
Notts. V. Middlesex, 1884; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), iaS4 (St. Bartholomew's); 
L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1886. Lecturer on Physiology, Science and Art Depart- 
ment, Kensington, and late Hon. Surgeon, Retford Cottage Hospital; 
House Surgeon, Throat Department, St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Con- 
tributor to British Medical Journal, and other medical publications. 
Physician. 81, Fitzjohn's Avenue, Hampstead, N.W. 

*SWANN, Harrington (June, 1873), b. 1861. 

Son of Rev. John Swann, Vernon Street, Derby. Major of the 8th 

(King's Own) Regiment. 

*BWANN, Sidney (June, 1873), b. 1862. 

Brother of above. Trin. Hall, Camb., B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888. Curate 

of St. Andrew's, Plymouth, 1885-BH. Ex-Missionary at Matsuye, Japan, 
1891 ; succeeded Rev. W.Weston (O.D.) at Kohe, Japan, as British Chajilain, 
1895. From 1897, Vicar of Blackford, Carlisle. 

ASTLEY, William (June, 1873). 

Son of John Astley, Kedleston, co. Derby.— Architect. Steward of 
liisUy Hall. 



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DREW, William (June, 1873). 

Fou of AV. Drew, Clerk iu Iiilaud Revenue, Arboretum Street, Derbv. 
Leaving Certificate, Dec, 1877. Successful Candidate for Royal En- 
gineering Coll., Cooper's Hill, 1878; Indian Public Works Department: 
Deputy-Manager, North-Western Railway of India, 1896. Executive En- 
gineer, North -Western Railway, Lahore. 

DRESSER, — (1873). 
GILES, — . 

*' Giles & Brookhouse," Architects, St. James* Street, Derby. 

*CIIOLERTON, Alfred Foster (June, 1873, to 25 April, 1875), 
b. 6 Mar., i860. 

Son of T. Cholerton, Swadlincote. F.C.S. Partner and Manager of 

Messrs. Dalmas & Co., Manufacturing Chemists, Leicester. Beech Leigh. 
Naiburo' lioad^ Leicester. 

HOSE, Frederick Edward Arthur (1873-1875), b. 1861. 

Son of Rev. H. J. Hose, M.A., Mathematical Master at Derby School- 

Associate Institute of Actuaries. The World Assurance Co., London. 

*CLAYE, Wentworth Ernest (June, 1873), b, 1863. 

Son of Samuel John Cla3'e, Manor House, Long Eaton, and Cavendish 
House, Derby. The Hall {Old Hall), liatcUff eon- Trent. 

ROBOTIIAM, \ViLLi.\M Blews (June, 1873). 

Son of A.H. Robotham, Solicitor, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, Derby. 
Solicitor, Derby. Nunsfieldj Alvaaton, Derby. 

*CLOSE, Alfred Gr.\nville (June, 1873). 

Son of Major H. P. Close, 3, Dovedale Villas, Cheltenham. 

*HARVl'T, Ch.^rles Puckeridge (Sept., 1873, to I^^c-j 1877). Dead. 

Son of Rev F. B. Harvey, Rector of Cheddington, Bucks. Derby 

School House Scholp. (Mathem.). 1875; won the High Jump, School Spf»rts, 
1876; C. XI. (Capt.), 1876-77; F. XI. (Capt.), 1877 ; Open Scholp., Emm. Coll., 
Camb., 1878 ; Foundation Sizarship and Open Exh., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1878 ; 
Prizeman in Mathem., 1879; Captained the Trin. Coll. Football Team that 
won the 'Varsity Football Cup, 1880-81 ; a Cambridge "Blue" : Foundation 
Scholp., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1881 ; B.A. (Senior Opt., Mathem. tripos), 1882. 
Rector of Cheddington, Tring. 

FROST, Percy H. (Sept., 1873, to Dec, 1877), b. 31 Oct., 1858. 

Son of George Frost, J. P., now Ashbourne Road, Derby. Won a Derbv 

School House Scholp., 1876. 1st Open Scholp., Clare Coll., Camb., 1877; 1st 
Foundation Scholp. (that of Lady Clare), 1878; played Football for Camb. 
V. Herts Rangers, 1878; 1st in his Coll. Exam., 1879 (Scholp. increased); 
played Football for his Coll.. 1879-80 ; B.A. (20th Wrangler), 1881. Curate of 
St. Stephen's, Leeds, 1888-85 ; M.A. 1884; Curate of Bromley, Kent. 1885-87; 
St. Michael's, Leeds, 1887-88. Vicar of Upper Armley, Leeds, 1888; from 
1898, Otletj, Yorks. 

FROST, Francis Turner (1874-1875),^ 16 Dec, 1862. 

Brother of above. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1887; L.R.C.P. {Guy's, Lond.); 

late House Surgeon, Huddersfield Infirmary. Contributed *' Case of Bron- 
chocele compressing the Trachea," Lancet, 1890. 28, Ashbourne lload, 
J)ei'i>!/. 

*SNOWDEN, Chas. E. (Jan., 1874, to May, 1878), b. 15 May, 1859. 

Son of Rev. E. Snowden, Huddersfield. C. XL, 1876; won the Long 

Jump and Plnrdle Race, School Sports, 1877 ; leaving Certificate, Dec, 1877; 
Classical Medallist; Capt. of the School, 1877-78; Keble Coll., Ox., 1878; 
won with A. M. Jones, O.D., Keble Scratch Fours, 1879; 2nd in Hurdle 
Race, 1879; won the Hurdle Race in his Coll. Sports, 1879 and 1880; 
plaved Football for his Coll., 1880; won the Long Jump in his Coll. Sports, 
1880-81 ; rowed in his Coll. Torpid. 1881 ; B.A. 1882; Hon. Sec, Eastbourne 
Football Club, 1890-93, and Member of that Club for seven years, during 
which they won the Sussex Senior Cup three times; Ex-officio Member. 
Sussex Football Club Committee; I^I.A. 1893. Since 1893, Head Master of 
Streathdin School, Streatham, S.W. 



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♦TRAVIS, Herbert (Jan., 1874). 

Son of W. H. Travis, Merchant, 18, Lower Brick Road, Liverpool. 

MARSHALL, Charles Cecil (Jan., 1874). 

Son of H. Marshall, Merchant, Litchurch, Derby. C. XI., 1878;, 

Captained Northamptonshire XI. v. Staffs., 1893 ; Manager of Cransley 
Ironworks. The Manor House^ Mothivell^ Kettering. 

♦FARNSWORTH, Percy Harrison (Jan., 1874, to April, 1876), 
b. 13 Oct., 1858. 

Sou of Thomas Farnsworth, Chemist, Codnor, co. Derby. Chemist at 

HcLXty^ near JDojicaster. 

*CHALLIS, Francis James (Jan., 1874), b. 20 Mar., 1859. 

Son of D. Challis, Merchant, Leicester. Wine Merchant, "Lane & 

Challis," 11, High Street, Leicester. Bradgate Terrace^ Loughboro* Uoad^ 
Leicester. 

SWINDELL, Thomas (Jan., 1874), b. i860; d. 1893. 

Son of F, Swindell, Manufacturer, 3, Leopold Street, Derby. Captain, 

Merchant Service. Died at Calcutta. 

SWINDELL, William (Jan., 1874), b. 1862. 

Brother of above. Architect, Surveyor, and Patent Agent, Albert 

Street. 28, Highfield Boadj Derby. 

SIMPSON, George A. Blythe (Jan., 1874), b. 20 Jan., i860. 

Son of A. Simpson, Merchant, Bateman Street, Cambridge. Merchant. 

Buenos Ay teg. 

^RICHARDS, Miles (Jan., 1874). 

Son of the late E. li. Richards, Captain R.N., Blaby Hall, Leicester. 

Late Surgeon-Lieut , Middlesex Volunteers; V.R.C. 

HODGES, Frank Grattidge (Jan., 1874, to Aug., 1876), b. Oct., 
1859. 

Son of William Henry Hodges, CD., Chief Accountant, Midland Railway, 

Uttoxcter Road, now Ash Tree House, Osmastou Road, Derby. Wimb. R. 

Team, 1875. Locomotive Superintendent, Midland Railway. Burton-on- 
Trent. 

JOHNSON, Charles (Jan., 1874). 

Son of H. T. Johnson, The Poplars, Uttoxeter Road, Derby. 

♦ROWLEY, Julius R. Capel (May, 1874). 

Son of Rev. Julius Henry Rowley, M.A., Rector of Walesby, near 
Market Rasen. 

♦ROWLEY, Julius Leigh (May, 1874). 

Brother of above. 

ROWLEY [tert.]. 
♦BENNET, Frededick Thom.\s (May, 1874, to Aug., 1877), b. 1859. 

Son of Edwin Bennett, Surgeon, Worksop, Notts. Derby School 

"Smith" Scholp. (Natural Science), 1875; "Strutt" Scholp., 1876 ; C. XI.: 
F. XI. ; Wimb. R. Team, 1877 ; won the Hiph Jump, School Sports, 1877 ; 
played Football for Grey Friars, Dec, 1879 ; L.S.A., 188.3 (St. Bartholomew's, 
Paris, and New Orleans) ; M.R.C.S. (Enp.), 1886; M.D. 1888. Graveside Honsr, 
liichmond Boad^ Kingston-on-Thames, and 26, Gordon Square^ London^ W.C. 

SHELDON, William George (May, 1874). 

Son of H. Sheldon, Kirkstiles, Duffield. 

*PATCHELL, Charles Watson (Sept., 1874, to 1878). 

Son of Rev. W^illiam Gibson Patchell. Vicar of Tathwell, near Louth, 

Lincoln. Rowland Scholp. (Classics), 1876 ; B. IV., 1878 ; 1st Open Scholp., 

Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1878 ; won the Pairs with J. M. Buxton, O.I)., Lincoln 
Coll., 1879; Rowed in his Coll. Eight, 1879 ; Ist Class in Classics (Modera- 
tions), 1880; President of Lincoln Coll. Boating Club, 1881; B.A. 1882; 
M.A. 1892. Trinity College^ Glenahnond^ Perth. 



90 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. :i874 

*PALMER, Charles Joseph (Sept., 1874, to Dec, 1877). 

Son of Rev. C. E. Palmer, Vicar of West Hartlepool. C. XI.; P. XL, 

1876. Devonshire Scholp. at Derby School, 1876. 

, RUSSELL, Luther (Sept., 1874). 

Son of Alderman Uob<»rt Russell, J.P., Iron Founder, Leopold Street, 
Derby. Partner in Russell's (Peel) Foundry Co., Derby. 

DEACON, Cecil (Sept., 1869, to 1875), b. 1859. 

Son of A. (). Deacon, Artist, Burton Road, Derby. Wholesale Tea 

Merchant. 27, Oswald Street, Glasgow. 

*TASKER, \ViLLL\M BiDDULPH Greaves (Sept., 1874, to Dec, 
1877), b. 20 Aug., 1859. 

Son of R. T. Tasker, Physician, The Grange, Melbourne, co. Derby. 
Oakley, Bromsgroie. 

*TASKER, Richard Beaumont (Sept., 1874, to April, 1876), b. 
24 Aug., 1862. 

Brother of above. Caius Coll., Camb. KoTctiad, B. Griqualands 

8. Africa. 

♦DAVISON, Henry H. (Sept., 1874, to July, 1875). 

Son of Ct. M. Davison, Colonel in the Army, Horbury House, Horbury 
Crescent, Netting Hill, W. C. XI. ; Wimb. R. Team, 1875. 

♦SNOOK, James B. (Sept., 1874). 

Son of James Snook, Merchant, Burton Joyce, Notts. Played Football 

for Notts., 1883/4. Foxhall Lodge^ Foxhall Road, New Baaford, Nottingham. 

♦PARKER, Thomas (Sept., 1874). 

Son of T. Parker, 921, Hipfh Road, Gorton, Manchester. C. XL; 

F. XI., 1875. Superintendent of Carriage and Wagon Department, Great 
Central Railway, Manchester. 

ORME, J. William (Sept., 1874, to Dec, 1880). 

Son of Rev. John Ornie, Dissenting Minister, Sitwell Street, Derby. 
Lincoln Coll., Ox., 18HU. Teacher. 

♦SCOTT, WiLLi.\M Norman (Sept., 1874), d. 1895. 

Son of AV. Scott, Physician, Waverley House, Huddersfield. Studied 

Medicine. Was accidentally killed while cleaning his gun at his residence 
in Cromwell Road, London. 

♦ZUILL, Henry J. (Sept., 1874, to Dec, 1879). 

Son of W. Zuill, Merchant, Smith's Parish, Bermuda. F. XI., 1877; 

B. IV. (Capt.), 1879; played Football for Grey Friars, Dec, 1879. Smith's 
Hamilton, Bermuda. 

GALLOP, Edward Gurner (Sept., 1874, to April, 1880), b. 
18 Mar., 1862. 

Son of Joseph (Tallo]). 18, Normanton Road, Derby. Rowland Scholp., 

1876; Derby Scliool Scholp., 1878; (iold Medal for Mathematics, 1878-79; 

C. XI., 1880. Trin. Coll.. Camb., Open Scholp., 1880; Foundation Scholp., 
1881; Coxed Trinitv 4th, 18^1; 1st Prizeman of his year, 1882; B.A. 
(SECOND WHAXOLEIO 1883; Fellow, 1885. Smith's Prizeman of the 
Univ. of Camb., 188") ; Mathem. Lecturer, Gonv. and Caius, 1886 ; M.A. 
^Matheni. Moderator, Univ. of Camb., 1889-92; Tutor in Mathem. at Caius 
Coll.; Follow, 1H89; Mathem. Moderator, Univ. of Camb., 1899. Cams 
Colle(/e, Cambridge. 

RICKARD, Herbert (Jan., 1875, to 1881), b. 23 Feb., 1861. 

Son of William Hickard. Silk >Ianufacturer, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

Rowland Sch(>lp. (Classics), 1879; 1st Open Scholp., Jesus Coll., Ox., 

1882; 1st Class Classical Hons in Mods., 188;^; rowed in his Coll. Boat, 
188:i-85; Capt. of the Boats, Jesus Coll., 1886; B.A. (2nd Class Hons., Final 
Schools, in Lit. Hum. 1, 1886 : M.A. 18H9. Licensed as Public Preacher in the 
Diocoso of Manchester; Vice-President of Chichester Theol. Coll.; Christ 
Church, Epsom, 1892. From 1897, Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's, Funt- 
ington, Chichester. 



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MOODY, John Frederick Badger (Sept., 1874), b. 1864. 

Son of John Moody, Solicitor, Vernon Street, Derby. Exeter Coll., Ox. 

Solicitor ; Barrister, 1896. 24, Old Square^ Liiicoln'a Inn, W.C. 

*COSENS, Edward Arthur (Jan., 1875, to Dec, 1877), b. 
i860. 

Son of Rev. William Rayner Cosens, D.D., Vicar of Dudley. 

•' Strutt " Scholp. (Classics), 1875 ; House Scholp., 1875 ; Leaving Certificate 
in the Ox. and Camb. Exams., Dec, 1877. Merton Coll., Ox., B.A. 1883, 
M.A. 1837. Curate of St. Barnabas', Oxford, 1887-88. Vicar of St. Augus- 
tine's, Holly Hall, Dudley, 1888-97; from 1897, Mylor, Falmouth^ Cornwall. 

*COSENS, Charles Hyde Champion (Jan., 1875). 

Brother of above. M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1886 (London Hospital) ; L.R.C.P. 

(Lend.), 1887. Member of the British Medical Association; late Surg. 
Clinical Assistant and Assistant in Skin Department, London Hospital. 
Halcon, Paignton, Devon. 

*SNOWDEN, Francis Henry (Jan., 1875, to 1880), b. 28 April, 

1863 ; d. 1900. 

Son of Rev. Edward Snowden, Vicar of St. Thomas', Huddersfield. 

lie Mars, Iowa, U.S.A., 1882, and Kearney City. Member of the Champion 
Running Team of the U.S.A., 1884. At the Cape since 1895, with Col. 
Plumer's force, through the Matabele Rebellion and in Bechuanalaud 
(Medal). Killed at Elandslaagte. 

MOORE, George Ralph (Jan., 1875), b. 1859. 

Son of Rev. F. W. Moore, Vicar of Duffield. Non-Collegiate, Ox., 

1881; B.A. Went to Geneva. 

MASON, EspiNE Robert Monck (Jan., 1875). 

Son of C. R. B. Monck Mason, Christ Church Vicarage, Derby. 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., B.A. 1884, M.A, 1888. Curate of St. Paul's, 
Birmingham, 1886-92; St. Mark's, Broadwater Down, Sussex, 1892-95; St. 
Michael's, Mickleham, Surrey, 1895-97; from 1898, Wye, Aahford, Kent. 

*HOPE, George Wilfrid (Jan., 1875). 

Son of Rev. James H. Hope, Trinity Vicarage, Halifax. 

*ASTILL, Alfred (Jan., 1875). 

Son of John Astill, Parmer, Thurcaston, Loughborough. 

*MEAKIN, G. J. E. Cartwright (Jan., 1875). 

Son of H. J. Meakin, Farmer, Shobnall Grange, Burton. C. XI., 

1875. Maltster. Burton-on-Trent. 

GURREY, Percy Heylyn (Jan., 1875, ^ 1883), b. Nov., 1864. 

Son of Benjamin Scott Currey, M.A., Solicitor, Eaton Hill, near Derby. 

Rowland Scholp., 1878; Leaving Certificate (Ox. and Camb. Exams.), 

1881. Architect, Market Place, Derby; Diocesan Surveyor, 1895. Wynde- 
more. Little Eaton. 

♦SIMPKIN, Frederick Arthur (May, 1875). 

Son of J. Simpkin, Market Harborough, Leics. C. XI., 1877. 

M.R.C.S. (Lond.); Veterinary Surgeon. St. Mai-y'a Road, Market Har- 
borough . 

♦NORTON, E.\RDLY Bruce (May, 1875, ^ Aug., 1878), b. 
17 July, 1861. 

Son of Lieut.-Colonel E. Norton, Central Province, India. F. XI., 

1877; Wimb. R. Team, 1878. Commission in 5th Royal Fusiliers; Captain 
of Royal Westminster Militia, July, 1897. Hounslow Barracks. 

♦NORTON, Edward Stewart (May, 1875, to 1879), b- 4 Mar., 
1863. 

Brother of above. Architect in Australia. Lieutenant in the 

Victorian. Mounted Rifles; now in the Trunsvaaf. 



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*BARCHARD, Henry George (May, 1875, to Aug., 1877). 

Son of W. B. Barchard, Silk Merchant, Ecclea, near Manchester. 

C, XI. ; Wimb. R. Team, 1877. Silk Merchant. Norcot, Badcliffe Park, 
Swinton Park^ Manchester. 

^OLIVER, John (May, 1875, ^ I^^c., 1876), b. 10 Dec, i860. 

Son of William Oliver, Engineer, Reservoir House, CheBterfield. 

Engineer, Stanton Ironworks Co., Nottingham. The Cottage^ Hallam 
Fields, Ilkeston. 

MARSH, Wellesley (May, 1875). 

Son of the late J. Riley Marsh, Alvaston Grange, co. Derby. Ahasion, 

Derby. 

♦STRICKLAND, Hugh (May, 1875, to 1879). 

Son of Rev. N. C. Strickland, Vicar of Reighton, Hull. F. XL, 1977. 

Merchant in London. Height on, Fordych Ready West Hampstead, London. 

nVILSON, H.\RRY (May, 1875). 

Son of W. Wilson, Merchant, Tansley Cliflf House, Matlock. 

MOORE, Herbert Octavius (May, 1875, to 1876). 

Son of Rev. F. W. Moore, Vicar of*Dufl5eld. Solicitor. Ditffield. 

♦EVANS, H. Oswald C. (May, 1875, ^o ^878), b. 1859. 

Son of Dr. Charles Evatis, Surgeon, Matlock Street, Bakewell. Riding 

School Proprietor. Tunbridge Wells, 

♦HIRON, John Bennett (May, 1875, ^ 1879). 

Son of John Samuel Hiron, Publisher, 4, High Tower, Hereford. 

Rowland Scholp., 1876; Derby School "Bass" Scholp., 1878 (Natural 
Science); Matriculated 1st Class, Loudon Univ., 1884; B.A. (Loud.); 
Incorporated at St. John's Coll., Camb. Curate of St. Paul's, Smethwick, 
Staffs., 1896; St. Michael's, Shrewsbury, 1893. From 1901, Curate of 
Chesterton, Canibs. 

MASSEY, Ernest M.\rtin (May, 1875, to 1879), l>. 26 Oct., 1863. 

Son of W. Martin Massey, Merchant, Kedleston Road, Derby. Hilton 

House, Hilton. 

NOURSE, WiLMOT Henry (May, 1875, to 1881), b. 12 Mar., 1863. 

Son of Rev. William (teor^e Nourse, Vicar of Quarndon, co. Derby. 

Post Office (Telegraph Department). 30, Crewe Street, Derby. 

LINDSAY, James Wallace (May, 1875, re-entered 1880), b. 
II Nov., 1862/63. Dead. 

Son of Dr. Lindsay, Physician, The Asylum, Mickleover, near Derby. 
Died while studying medicine. 

♦GILBERT, Alexander J. D-\lzell (Sept., 1875, to Aug., 1878). 

Son of — Gilbert, Merchant, Somerset, Bermuda. C. XI., 1873. 

♦STRICKLAND, George William (Sept., 1875, to 1880). 

Son of Rev. N. C. Strickland, Vicar of Reighton, near Hull. Manu- 
facturer. Victoria Avenue, Snrhifon, Surrey. 

♦STRICKLAND, Nathaniel H. (1875-1880). 

Brother of above. Manufacturer. Highbury, London. 

*WIMBUSH, William (Sept., 1875), b. 5 June, 1864; d. 23 
Feb., 1890. 

Son of Rev. Samuel "VVimbush, M.A., Rector of Terrington. Yorks. 

Won the 100 yards Open, School Sports, 1879. Member of the Baltic Club, 
London. Died at Bournemouth. 

RICKARD, Arthur (1875), b. 24 Feb., 1863 ; d. 10 Oct., 1890. 

Son of William Rickard, Friar Gate. 

♦STEPHEN, John Stephen (Sept., 1875, to Au^., 1878). Dead. 

Son of the late W. Stephen. Landowner, Brierlev Hill, Dudley. 

F. XI., 1877 ; M.B. (Edin.) 18a4. 11, Kilmaurs Road, Edinburgh. 



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♦STEPHEN, William H. G. (Sept., 1875, to Aug., 1878). Dead. 

Brother of preceding. Wimb. R. Team, 1877-78. 

*COOMBES, Weston (Sept., 1875). 

Son of Rev. C. Coombes, Southampton, Bermuda. Made a large 

fortune at St. Louis. 

♦POTTER, John Cecil (Sept., 1875), b. 1859; d. 1884. 

Son of the late S. Potter, Coal Owner, Ilkeston Park, co. Derby. 

C. XI., 1876. 

♦COSENS, William Burrough (Sept., 1875). 

Son of Rev. Dr. W. Rayner Cosens, D.D., Vicar of Dudley. L.R.C.P. 

(Lond.), 1887; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1887 (London Hospital); Hon. Surgeon, 
Dorset County Hospital ; late Surg. Clinical Assistant, Ophthalmic Assistant, 
and Asisistant in Skin Department, London Hospital, and Senior House 
Surgeon, London Temp. Hospital. The Gables^ Dorchester. 

♦PALMER, William Henry (Sept., 1875). 

Son of Rev. C. Palmer, Vicar of West Hartlepool.— Solicitor. 

♦BARNARD, Arthur (Sept., 1875), b. i860; d. 1898. 

Son of George F. Barnard, Wine Merchant, 17, Spring Gardens, 

Buxton. M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P.; Surgeon at Wigan Hospital and Cheadle 

Royal Asylum. Retired, 1896. Memorial Window, St. John's Church, 
Buxton. 

BOOKEY, Ernest (Sept., 1875). 

Son of the late R. Bookey, Normanton Road Villas, Derby. Fourth 

of the 1st Class in the Exam, of 2ud year Men at Dublin Univ., 1878. 
Late Head Master Oak Vale School, Berkhampstead, Herts. Now in 
Ireland. 

BRACKENBURY, Henry Joseph (Sept., 1875). 

Son of the late Langley J. Brackenbury, Solicitor, Holton House, 
Derby. 

♦SLEIGH, Geoffrey (Sept., 1875, to Dec, 1875). 

Son of Hugh Sleigh, Silk Merchant, Leek, Staffs. B. IV., 1875. 

Engineer. Hew Zealand. 

MORLEY, Charles Reginald (Jan., 1876, to 1883), b. 1865. 

Son of Henry Morley, Surgeon-Dentist, London Road, Derby. 

Dental Surgeon; L.D.S.; R.C.S. (Eng.). 327, Oxford Boad, Maticheater, 

♦ATKINSON, L.\tvrence (Jan., 1876), b. i860. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Atkinson, M.A., Long Eaton ; Rural Dean ; 

Canon of Southwell. Trin. Coll., Ox., B.A. 188a, M.A. 1887. Curate of 

Headless Cross, Redditch, 1892 ; of Aire was, 1888-91. From 1897, Rector of 
Drayton Baiaett^ Tamworth. 

♦BENT, George (Jan., 1876), b. i860. 

Son of George Bent, Colonel in the Army, 19, Lansdowne Terrace, 

Cheltenham. Passed Prel. Exam., Royal College of Surgeons, 1878; 

L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1885; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1885 (St. Thomas'). Surgeon- 
Major in the Army, 1898. Barbadoes. 

GELSTHORPE, J. H. (Jan., 1876). 

HOBSON, Alfred Edward (Jan., 1876, to 1883), b. 13 Oct., 1865. 

Son of Aid. W. Hobson, Proprietor of the Derbyshire Advertiser^ Gower 
Street, Derby. Solicitor, 1889, All Saints' Chambers, Derby. 5, Swin- 
burne Street, Derby. 

♦HUMBLE, Bernard M. (Jan., 1876). 

Son of Rev. Michael M. Humble, M.A., Rector of Sutton, Chester- 
field. F. XI.; C. XI.; Wimb. R. Team, 1880. Late The Grange, 

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♦JONES, Alban Mervyn (Jan., 1876, to 1880). 

Son of the late Rev. Timothy Jones. 48, Lower Hastings Road, Leicester. 

Won the J-Mile and the 100 yards. School Sports, 1877 ; won the " Smith " 

Scholp. in 1878. C. XI. ; F. XI. ; B. IV. (Capt.). 1879. Won the Long Jump. 
School Sports, 1880. In Green's Merchant Service ; then in British India 
Steam Ship Co. (Mail) ; afterwards appointed Marine Surveyor to the 
Queensland Government; now holds a Clerkship in a Government Office. 
Sherwood^ Brisbane. 

MORLEY, Edward Henry (Jan., 1876, to 1881), b. 1863. 

Son of Henry Morley, L.D.S., R.C.S. (Eng.), Dentist, London Road. 
Derby. Mechanical Engineer. Montreal^ Canada. 

WEBSTER, John (Jan., 1876). 

Son of the late Rev. John Webster, Dissenting Minister, Dale Abbey. 

WIMBUSH, Samuel (Jan., 1876, to Dec, 1879), b. 3 May, 1862 ; 
d. 2 April, 1896. 

Son of Rev. Samuel Wimbush, M.A., Rector of Terrinfjton, Yorks. 

C. XI.; Wimb. R. Team, 1879. Surgeon to the Royal Niger Company, 
stationed at Lokoja. He died on board the ss. Loanda, off the West Coast 
of Africa. 

♦BAILEY, Walter (May, 1876), b. 13 Dec. 1863. 

Son of Rev. Anthony Winter Bailey, M.A., Vicar of East Stoke, Newark. 

Ranch-owner in Texas. 1888-98. Farming near Dundee, Natal. Joined 

the Natal Carabineers at the beginning of the War. 

♦CHAMBERLAIN, Henry Baskley (May, 1876). 

Son of H. B. Chamberlain, Farmer, Desford, Leicester. Desford, 

Leica. 

♦CLENCH, Gordon McDakin (May, 1876, to April, 1881), b. 
I July, 1864. 

Son of F. Clench, Engineer, Coultham Cottage, Lincoln. Won the 

200 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1879 ; Wimb. R. Team, 1880 ; F. XI. ; 
B. IV. Played Football for Lincoln, 1883 ; won the Challenge Cup for Hon. 
Members (twice) of lat Vol. Batt. Lincoln Regt., 1883-84 ; Capt. 4th West 
York Vol. Artillery ; won several Foot Races in Lincolnshire, and sundry 
Flat Races in the Transvaal, 1887-90 ; shot for Lincolnshire at Norwich in 
the East Counties Match. 1893 ; " Special " Certificate, School of Musketry, 
Hythe, 1894. Engineer; Managing Director of Clench & Co.'s Engineering 
Works, Chesterfield. W^alton, Chesterfield. 

♦CLENCH, Frederick McDakin (May, 1876, to 1882), b. Aug., 
1865. 

Brother of above. Won the Mile (Open) School Sports, 1882; won 

several prizes in Foot Races. Engineer. Late in India and Ceylon. Mount 
Leonora^ Wfst Africa. 

COLLINS, Martin (May, 1876). 

Son of — Collins, Iron Founder, 17, North Parade, Derby. 

MOODY, Benjamin Arthur (May, 1876). Dead. 

Son of John Moody, Lawyer, 4, Vernon Street, Derby. Jesus Coll., 

Camb. ; rowed for his Coll., 1884. Died of cholera at Cleethorpes. 

*MAYHEW, Reginald Frederick (May, 1876, to April, 1880). 

Son of the late Augustus Mayhew, Author, Twickenham. B. IV. 

(stroke) ; C. XI. ; F. XI., 1878. Captained the Hendon Football Team for the 
London Cup, 1883. Late 7, Montpelier Road, Twickenham. 

*SAMWELL, MoRSHEAD (May, 1876, to April, 1880). 

Son of the late Morshead Samwell, Capt. in the Army, St. Mary's G.\te, 
Derby. F. XL, 1879. 13, The Paragon, Eamsgate. 

WEBSTER, Frank (May. 1876). 

Son of the late Rev. J. Webster, Dissenting Minister, Dale Abbey. 



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♦WRENCH. William Mervyn (i May, 1876), b. Nov., 1864; d. 
May, 1890. 

Son of E. M. Wrench, Surgeon, F.R.C.S., Park Lodge, Baslow. F. XI., 

1880; Ist Prize for the Wimb. Competition; 2nd, Peek Bowl. Challenge 
Cup, of the Camb. Company; 2nd, Prince of Wales' Challenge Cup; played 
Football for St. Thomas' Hospital, 1883-84 ; at Caius Coll., Camb., 1888 ; 
M.B., St. Thomas' Hospital, 1884. 

♦BACON, Arthur Francis (Sept., 1876,10 1883), b. 1864. 

Son of the late Major-Colonel B. E. Bacon, Slough. C. XI., 1879; 

F. XI., 1882; passed into Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1883; played in 
Royal Military Coll. Association Team, 1883 ; Gazetted to a Lieutenancy in 
the Northamptonshire (48th) Regt., 1884; Capt., 18»3. 'Allahabad. 

♦BAXTER, Charles Edward (Sept., 1876). 

Sou of George Baxter, Chemist, Park Street, Worksop. L.S.A., 1890 ; 

Surgeon. 16, KenningUm Park Road^ S.E. 

*BECK, Egerton William Townsend (Sept., 1876, to Dec, 1877). 

Son of the late D. Egerton Beck (Guardian : Admiral R. McDonalri), 

41, Lansdown Road, Kensington. Open Mathem. Scholp., Magd. Coll., 

Camb., 1677. Joined the Roman Catholic Church. St. Charles' Coll., 
Bayswater; Mastership. 

BRITTAN, Reginald (Sept., 1876, re-entered Jan., 1881, to 
1885), b. 1865. 

Son of Rev. Charles Brittan, Vicar of Darley Abbey. Entered the 

Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1885 ; Lieut., Sherwood Foresters, 1885 ; 
Capt., 1892. With the Forces in the Transvaal. Companion D.S.O., 1901. 

♦BUXTON. James Matthews (Sept., 1876, to April, 1878), b. 
i860. 

Son of T. Buxton, Surgeon, Fazeley, Tamworth. B. IV. ; Wimb. R. 

Team, 1877-78; won the Head Master's Cup for Shooting, 1878; won the 
Steeplechase Mile, School Sports, 1878 ; Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1878 ; won the 
i-Mile, Lincoln Coll. Sports, 1878; played Football for his Coll., 1878; 
rowed in his Coll. Eight, 1879; won the Pairs with C. W. Patchell, O.D., 
Lincoln Coll., 1879. Fazeley, Staffs. Now Vancouver, British Columbia. 

GENTLES, James Alfred Walker (Sept.. 1876, to 1883), b. 
20 Sept., 1865; d. 5 Feb., 1893. 

Son of Thomas Lawrie Gentles, Physician, Surgeon Lieut.-Col. Ist Vol. 
Batt., Sherwood Foresters, 68, London Road, Derb}'. Medical Student. 

GENTLES, Thomas Lawrie (Sept., 1876), b. 8 Feb., 1867. 

Brother of above. Lichfield Theol. Coll., ordained 1890; Curate of 

Malin's Lee, 1890-95; St. Andrew's, West Bromwich, 1895-9* ; St. John's, 
Wolverhampton, 1897-98 ; All Saints', Wolverhampton, 1898 ; Senior Curate, 
Rugeley, Staffs. 34, Talbot Street, Rugeley. 

HOOKER, John Henry F. (Sept., 1876, to Dec, 1878). 

Son of John Hooker, Manufacturer, Shardlow. Wimb. R. Team, 

1877-78 ; F. XI. 

TAYLOR, John George (Sept., 1876). 

Son of T. D. Taylor, Veterinary Surgeon, Hartington Street, Derby. 

F. XI., 1877. Late Solicitor. Organist, Denver Cathedral, Colorado, U.S.A. 

TAYLOR, Sidney (Sept., 1876). 

Brother of above. Veterinary Surgeon. Derby. 

SMITH, — (Sept:, 1876). 

MASON, George Harold (Sept., 1876, to 1878). 

Son of Isaac Mason, Manufacturer, The Poplars, Little Eaton. Fruit 

Farming. Los Angelas, California. 

MASON, William (1876). 

Brother of above. Fruit Farming. Los Angelas, California. 



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*TAYLOR, Percy Wolryche (Sept., 1876, to Aug., 1881), 
b. 1862. 

Son of Rev. John William Tavlor, Rector of Stathern, Melton Mowbrav, 

Leicester. Bass Scholp. at Derby School, 1876; won the High Jump, 

School Sports, 1879; li. IV. ; F. XI.(Capt.), 1880-81 ; C. XL ; Open Scholp., 
Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1881; Ist Class in Classical Honours in Mods., ISftJ; 
rowed in his Coll. Boat, and won the Pairs with J. Nash, 1883; twice in 
the Univ. Boat Race, 18S4-85 ; played for Aston Villa for the English Cup; 
B.A. (3rd Class Lit. Hum.). 1885; Assistant Master, Leamington Coll., 
1885-90 ; 1st Class Theological Exam., and ordained, 1888 ; Assistant Master 
and Chaplain, Trin. Coll., Glenalmond, Perth, 1890-96 ; M.A., 1893. From 
1896, Assistant Master at Marlborough College. 

*TAYLOR, William Windle (Sept., 1876). 

Brother of above. Derby School Scholp. (Mathem.), 1878; C. XL, 

1880; Leaving Certificate, Ox. and Camb. Exam., 1881; Derby School 
House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1881. Tan-y-rallt Hall^ Llandulot, AbenUly, 

RICHARDSON, James Seaton (Jan., 1877). 

Son of A. J. Richardson, 2, Leopold Street, Derby. 

DUMAS, Arthur Julien (Jan., 1877). 

Son of Edward Dumas, Stanton House, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

Solicitor, 1889. 7, S )uth Square^ Gray's Inn, London^ W.C. 

DUMAS, Edward Derrick (Jan., 1877). 

Brother of above. ** Riversfield^" Avenue Boady Duffield. 

WESTON, Walter (Jan., 1877, ^ 1880), b. 25 Dec, 1861. 

Son of John Weston, Manufacturer, New Uttoxeter Road, Derbv. 

C. XI. ; F. XI. ; B. IV. (bow) ; won the Mile, for which he holds the School 
record (4 mins. 47 sees.). School Sports, 1878-80; won the Steeplechase Mile, 
1879-80; Derby School Strutt Scholp. (Classics), 1879; Leaving Certificate, 
Ox. and Camb. Exam., 1880; Matriculated at Clare Coll.. Camb., 1880; 
played Football for his Coll., 1880-81 ; B.A. 1883 ; Ridley Coll., Camb., 1884 : 
M.A. 1887; F.R.G.S. British Chaplain at Koh^, Japan, 1888; Chaplain to 
Seamen Mission for the Port of London, 1895 ; Curate of Christ Church, 
Wimbledon. Author of " Mountaineering and Exploration in Japanese 
Alps," 1896. Vine Cottage^ Cottenham Park Hoad, Wimbledon. 

WESTON, William Arthur (Jan., 1877, ^o 1880), b. 25 Jan., 
1863. 

Brother of above. Went to Guignes School, France, before entering 

Derby School. C. XI. 1879. Sheep Farming, near Boston^ U.S.A. 

WESTON, Robert. 

Brother of above. [Private lessons at Derby School.] Trin. Coll., 

Dublin, B.A. Late Assistant Master at Wellington College. 

*WAINWRIGIIT, Lennox (Jan., 1877,10 1878). 

Son of William Wain^Tight, Engineer, M.I.C.E., Ashford, Kent. 

Studied at Paris, Strasburg, and Brussels. L.R.C.P. (Lond.) ; M.R.C.S. 
(Kng.); L.S.A, 1890; M.l)., Brussels (Hons.), 1891; Hon. Phj-sician, St. 
Michael's Medical Aid; Physician to Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Children, etc. Contributor of " Menthol and Carbonate of Ammonia in 
Hay h\\er," British Medical Journal, 1891; "Milk," Medical Times, 1896': 
and numerous articles to Hospital Gazette and Lancet. Inventor of 
Improved Siegel's Aural Speculum. EarVs Avenue, Folkestone. 

EDDOWES, Charles Randolph Be.\umont (Jan., 1877). 

Son of C. K. Eddowes, Solicitor, Wilson Street, Derby. Solicitor and 

Public Notary, 2, Strand, Derby. Consular Agent for the U.S.A. 807, 
Burton lioad, Derbij. 

PART, John Shipley (Jan., 1877, to April, 1888). Dead. 

Son of J. C. Part, Manufacturer, 11, Ashbourne Road, Derby. F. XI. ; 

Wimb. R. Team, 1880: played Football for Hendon, 1883. M.R.C.S.; 
L.R.C.P. (Loud.), 1888 ; L.S.A. (Westm.). Gawler, South Australia. 



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SUTCLIFFE, Henry Whitworth (Jan., 1877, ^ Midsummer, 
1879), b. 4 Oct., 1863. 

Son of the late W. Sutcl iff e, Junction Street, Derby. OavendUh Hotel, 

fpper Dale Road^ Derby. 

♦WRENCH, Ed. Branson (Jan., 1877, to 1884), b. 28 June, 1866. 

Son of Edward Mason Wrench, F.R.C.S., Surgeon, Park Lodge, Baslow. 

B. IV. (Cox), 1881-82; at Cavendish Coll., Camb.. and St. Thomas' 

Hospital; L.S.A., 1891; M.R.C.S. (Eng.); L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1892; M.B., B.C. 
(Camb.), 1892. Atlienfell^ Baslow^ Chesterfield. 

♦ISHERWOOD, Robert William (Jan., 1877, to Aug., 1878). 

Son of T. Isherwood, Fryston, Slingsby, Yorks. 

♦TAYLOR, James William (Jan., 1877). 

Son of W. Taylor, Estate Agent, Narboro', near Leicester. F. XL, 

1877 ; C. XI. Passed Prel. P^xam., Royal Coll. of Surgeons, 1878. St. Thomas' 
Hospital. 

♦TAYLOR, George Robert Guy (Jan., 1877). 

Brother of above. C. XI. ; F. XL. 1877 ; prize for Throwing the 

Cricket Ball and i-Mile, School Sports, 1877. 

COX, Alfred Edward (Jan., 1877), b- 1861. 

Son of W. H. Cox, Wine Merchant, Derby. [One Cox got the " Evans" 

Scholp. at Derby School in 1878.] Matriculated at London Univ. in Hons., 
1880. M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) 1888, late Pres. Watford Med. Soc. ; Hon. 
Surgeon Watford Dist. Cottage Hospital. 78, Queen's Boad^ Watford^ 
Herts. 

♦JESSOP, Herbert A. (Jan., 1877, to April, 1879). 

Son of J. Jessop, Beverley Road, Hull. B. IV. (Capt.), 1878 ; F. XI. ; 

won the Long Jump (19 ft. 9 in.). School Sports, 1878; Wimb. R. Team 
(Capt.), 1879, Prel. Law Exam., 1879. Advertising Contractor. 

♦SHAW, Arthur Hugh (Jan., 1877, to Dec, 1881). 

Son of Thomas Shaw, Solicitor, Ashbourne Road, Leek. Rowland 

Scholp., 1878. Prel. Legal Exam., 1881 ; Solicitor (" Challinor & Shaw," 
Leek). Springfields, Leek. 

FOSBROOKE, Thomas Henry (Jan., 1877), b. 31 Mar., 1862. 

Son of Leonard Fosbrooke, Solicitor, Ravenstone, near Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch. Architect. Author of "An Historical Description of Ashby 

Castle." The ^* Bracklet/y'' Knighton Lane^ Leicester. 

FROST, W^iLFRED Eliot (Jan., 1877), b. 28 Oct., 1865. 

Son of George Frost, J. P., Ashbourne Road, Derby. Chemist. Silver 

Hill House^ Brownhills, near Walsall. 

♦COUTTS, W^illiam Scott (May, 1879). 

Son of W. Scott Coutts, Merchant, Simla. Civil Service (Customs). 

Penang^ Straits Srttlejnent. 

GEORGE, Frederick William (May, 1877), b. 1864; d. 24 
Aug., 1899. 

Son of T. George, Burton Road, Derby. Builder (with Walker & 

Slater). Died at the Isle of Wight. 

GEORGE, John Astl(e)y (May, 1877). 

Brother of above. Late Mining Engineer. 

*CLOSE, Edgar P. (Sept., 1877, to Dec, 1878). 

Son of Major H. S. Close, 2, Dovedale Villas, Cheltenham. Wimb. R. 

Team, 1879. , 

*FIELD, John Penfold (Sept., 1877). 

Son of late A. Field, Merchant, 6, Park Place, Clifton. 

MASON, Charles Isaac (Sept., 1877, ^ ^879). 

Son of Isaac Mason, Manufacturer, Little Eaton. Electrical Engineer, 

Los Angelas, California. 

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RICKARD, Gerald (Sept., 1877). 

Soa of J. Kiokard, St. Werburgh's Vicarage, Derby. Bowland 

Scholp., 1878. 

PHILLIPS, Edwin Burbaoe (Sept., 1877). 

Son of Edwin Phillip-J, Engineer, 15, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

PHILLIPS, Willie Lewis (Sept., 1877). 

Brother of above. 

PHILLIPS, Albert Morgan (Sept., 1877). 

Brother of above. 

♦SCULTHORPE, Henry Louis Frederick (Sept., 1877, to Aug., 
1884), b. 13 Nov., 1865. 

Son of Rev. Henry C. Sculthorpe, B.A., Vicar of Beeley, co. Derby. 

B. IV. (Capt.), 1883. Selwyn Coll., Camb., 1884; rowed in his Coll. Boat, ] 
1884 ; B.A. 1887, Lichfield Coll. ; ordained 1890 ; M.A. 1891. Curate of Hagley, 
Stourbridge, 1889; since 1893, Churchill Rectory^ Kidderminster. 

WYKES, John T. (Sept., 1877, to July, 1882), b. 28 Jan., 
1864. 

Son of John Louth Wykes, Deputy Registrar, Little Eaton, co. Derby. 

1st in Natural Science Exam, for a Postmastership at Merton ColL, 

Ox. (not elected); Open Exh., Jesus Coll., Ox., 1882; rowed in his CoU. 
Boat, 1883-85; B.A. (2nd Class Hous., Natural Science), 1886. Solicitor and 
Commissioner for Oaths, Derby. Little Eatoti. 

EVERED, IlENRif GiLLiBRAND (Sept., 1877), d. 1885. 

Son of late Rev. Everard Robert Fountain Evered, M.A., Vicar of South 
Darley. London. 

EVERED, John Edwin (Sept., 1877). 

Brother of above. Bank, Chicago. 

CUNINGHAM, Ferdinand Robert (Sept., 1877). 

Son of R. Cuningham, Greenhill House, Derby. 

MORLEY, Thomas Vevers (Jan., 1878, to Dec, 1879), b. 25 
Dec, i860. 

Son of Thomas Morley, Bingham Lodge, London Road, Derby ; 

Head of the Goods Canvassing Department, Midland Railway. Head 

Master's Scholp. at Derby School, 1877; House Scholp. and Gold Medal 
for Classics, 1878; Captain of the School, and Exh. at Jesus Coll., Ox., 
1879. Prizeman in Classics at Trin. Coll., Dublin, 18«3. also in 1884 
(Latin and (Jreek Prose and Verse Composition) ; Ist of the 1st Class in 
Classical Honours, Trin. Coll., Dublin; Musical Exh. and Choral Scholp., 
1834 ; Classical Scholp., 1885 (with highest marks on record in English and 
Latin Comi^osition) ; B.A. in Classical Honours (highest marks in Latin 
Verse Composition), and Classical Moderator and Medallist, 1886; Bishop 
Foster's Divinity Prize and Brooke Prize for Greek Testament; Auditor of 
Trin. Coll. Tlieol. Society, 1887; Canon Residentiary of Christ Church 
Cathedral. Dublin, 188S. Author of " The Power of the Church in the 
World," 18S7; since 1889, Head Master of St. Helen's School, Dublin; M.A. 
1890. 23, Fcmhrokc Road, Dublin. 



Curate 



MORLEY, James Forrest (Jan., 1878), b. 21 -Mar., 1863. 

Brother of above. Trin. Coll., Dublin, B.A. 1893, M.A. 1897. 

of St. Paul's, Norwich. 109, Magdalen Road, Norwich. 

NEWBOLD, Herbert (Jan., 1878). 

Son of James Newbold, Draughtsman, Douglas Street, Derby. 

Leaving Certificate, Ox. and Camb. Exam., 1880. Professor of Music, 
Derby. Author of the " Violin Method." The Orchard, Bocester. 

BOYD, George William (Jan., 1878, to 1884), b. 1868. 

Son of George Boyd, Burton Road, Derby. Cotton Merchant. Sew 

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FLOWER, Edwabd Habold (Jan., 1878), b. 22 Sept., 1862. 

Son of Henry Flower, Veterinary Surgeon, Corn Market, Derby, 

Member of the Pharmaceutical Society. Late Pharmaceutical Chemist to 
the West Herts. Infirmary. Spalding. 

SPRECKLEY, John Anthony (Jan., 1878), b. 1865; d. Aug., 
1900. 

Son of G. Spreckley, Auctioneer, Bridge Street, Derby. B. IV. 

(cox.) ; F. XI., 1880. Commanded Troop " C " of Salisbury Horse in the 
Matabele War, 1893 ; Colonel of Company of Gifford's Horse, Buluwayo, 1896 ; 
Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, in recofmition of 
service in the Campaign in Rhodesia in 1898 (decorated by the Prince of 
Wales). Repeatedly mentioned in despatches during the Boer War. Killed 
in action, at Fort Tuli, Transvaal. 

♦RUDMAN, Trevor Inglis (Jan., 1878). 

Son of W. Rudman, Lieut.-Col., 32nd Regt., Bloomfield Street, Derby. 
Civil Engineer. 8. America. 

♦WHITAKER, Arthur Cedric (Jan., 1878). 

Son of Joseph Whitaker, Editor of " Whitaker's Almanac," 12, Warwick 
Place, Paternoster Row, London, E.C. 

♦VERNON, Thomas Thornycroft (Jan., 1878), b. 17 Dec, 1862. 

Son of William Vernon, Proprietor of Mills, Fold Mills, Uttoxeter. 

Mason's Science Coll., Birmingham. Siemen's Electrical Engineer ; assisted 
in laying Transatlantic Cable in the ss. Faraday ; Captain of 4th Liverxwol 
Volunteers. Of the firm, W. Vernon & Sons, Liverpool. Wyborne Gate, 
Birkdale, SouiJiport. 

♦POTTER, Charles William Hill (Jan., 1878). 

Son of Rev. J. Leech Potter, Vicar of St. John's, Ladywood. 

♦RIPPON, Valentine Arthur (May, 1878. to April, 1880). 

Son of Valentine Rippon, J.P., Rodgerly Hall, near Darlington. 

C. XL, 1879 ; F. XI. (Capt.), 1880. 

♦INGLE, Alfred Davis (May, 1878). Dead. 

Son of George Ingle, Officer in the Navy, 1, Garden Road, Calcutta. 

C. XL, 1880. Successful in Exam, for admission to Royal Engineering Coll., 
Cooper's Hill. Pakoku, Upper Burmah. Killed in a football match. 

♦WRIGHT, Frank Marsh (May, 1878, to 1880). Dead. 

Son of James Wright, Surgeon, Bottesford. C. XL, 1879. Royal Coll. 

of Surgeons, 1880; Foster Prizeman in Anatomy, 1883; Prosect. of Anatomy, 
R.C.S. (Eiig.), 1883-84; L.S.A. (St. Bart.'s.), 1884; M.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1885. 
Contributed *' Cases of Tetanus Neonatorum " to British Medical Jottmal, 
1886. Bottesford. 

♦ARCHDEACON, Charles John (May, 1878). 

Son of W. E. Archdeacon, Staff Commander, R.N., 57, Norfolk Terrace, 
Bayswater, W. B. IV., 1881. 

BATTERSBY, Walter (May, 1878), b. 1868; d. 28 June, 1891. 

Son of J. Battersby, Kedleston Road, Derby. Died at 29, Marmora 

Road, Honor Oak, S.E. 

CUBLEY, Francis Edw.\rd (May, 1878). 

Son of W. Cubley, Cherry Street, Derby. 

ADAIR, Thomas Stewart (May, 1878). 

Son of Campbell Adair, Osmaston Road, Derby. M.B., CM., 1890 ; 

Medallist in Chemistry, Botany, and Natural History (Edin. Univ.) ; M.D. 
(Thesis commended), Edm., 1896 ; Surgeon-Captain, West Yorks. Royal 
Engineers. Contributed " Ulcerative Perforation of Aorta " and " Case of 
Cystic Degeneration of Kidney " to Sheffield Medical Journal, 1893. Senior 
Assistant Medical OflScer, South Yorks. Asylum. Wadsley, Shej/ield. 

♦HINCHCLIFF, William Nicholas (May, 1878). 

Son of J. Hinchcliflf, Manufacturer, Bakewell. c/o Messrs. Penberthy, 

890, Oxford Street, London. 



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♦DOVE, Edgar Rxginald Decimus (May, 1878), b. 14 July, 
1865. 

Son of Rev. John ThoTuas Dove, M.A., Vicar o( Cowbit, near Spalding. 
Wimb. R. Team, 1S80. Cotton Broker. Macon, Oa., U.S.A. 

♦EVANS, William Partridge (May, 1878). 

Son of W. Evans, Mining Engineer, Landport House, near Abergavenny. 

♦BANON, Frederick Lionel (May, 1878), b. 1862. 

Son of R. G. D. Banon, D.I. General of Hospitals in India, Springfield 

Road, Altrincham. C. XL; Wimb. R. Team, 1878; won the Long Jump 

and i-Mile, School Sports, 1879. R.M.A., Woolwich, 1881; passed Staff 
College ; Major, Shropshire Light Infantry, 1900. South Africa^ 1909. 

♦ADLINGTON. William (May, 1878). 

Son of William Sampson Adlington, Colliery Proprietor, Kirk Hallim 
Hall, CO. Derby. Aiayjieldj Heanor RoaX,, Ilkeston. 

♦COUTTS, Alexander R. (May, 1878, to April, 1880). 

Son of W. Scott Coutts, Merchant, Simla, N.W. India. B. IV. (bow) ; 

CXI. (Capt.); F. XL (Capt.). 1S79 ; prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball. 
School Sports, 1879 ; the ICK) yards and Hurdles, School record for 130 vards 
Hurdles (I7f sees.), 1890; pKyel Football for Hendon, 1883; rowed for 
London Rowing Club at Moulsey Regatta, 1883. Wholesale Trader, AmbaUa^ 
Punjab. 

♦ROE, Cyril Harcourt (June, 1878), b. 15 Oct., 1864. 

Son of Rev. Robert Bradley Roe, M.A., Rector of Melbury, near 

Dorchester. B. IV, (Capt.), 1831 ; F. XL, 1S81 ; Rowland Scholp. 

(Mathem.), 1881 ; 8th successful Candidate, R.M.A., Woolwich (Ist in 
Mathem.), 1881; Captain of R.M.A. Association Team, Woolwich, 183^3; 
passed E.xam. in Hindustani, Tamil, Burmese (High Proficiency). Major, 
Koyal Engineerd. Madras. 

COULSON. James Edmund (Sept., 1878). 

Son of J. B. Coulson, Manager of Crompton & Evans' Bank, 92, Friar 

Gate, Derby. 0. XL, 1884; Emm. Coll., Camb. ; coxed his Coll. boat, 

1884; Guy's Hospital, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.S. (Lond.), 1893; late Junior House 
Surgeon, Seamen's (Hospital, Albert Docks; Assistant Medical Officer, St. 
(leorge's Infirmary, Fnlham Bond, London, S.W. 

COULSON, Henry Lomas (Sept., 1878). 

Brother of above. Crompton <fc Evans' Bank. 77, Otter Street, Derby. 

♦GREEN, Percy Stewart (Sept.. 1878). 

Son of W. Green, Merchant, 68, London Road, Leicester. Charnwood 

Forest. 

♦WEST, Walter Sellers (Sept., 1878). 

Son of J. Fitz-James West, Surgeon, 117, Hagley Road, Edgbaston. 

♦WEST, Conrad Kershaw (Sept., 1878). 

Brother of above. 

♦JOHNSTON, Lewis Audley Marsh (Sept., 1878), b. 12 Sept., 
1865. 

Sou of ^\ illiam Johnston, Bally Killbeg, co. Down; now M.P. for Belfast, 
Ireland, Trin. Coll., Dublin, B'A. (Junior Moderator in English Litera- 



ture), 1887. Eastern Cadrt, Civil Service, Straits Settlement. 
Down. Now Acting Postmaster-General, Singapore. 



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♦JOHNSTON, Charles (Sept., 1878), b. 17 Feb., 1867. 

Brother of above. Passed Indian Civil Service Exam. ; Deputy- 
Magistrate at Marshidabad, Bengal, afterwards at Cuttaok; now a Litterateur, 
contributing to the North American Review, Arena, Cosmopolitan, Contem- 
porary Review, Atlantic Monthh/, etc. 61, Percy Street, Flushing, New 

♦POTTER, John (Sept., 1878). 

Son of late John Potter, Oak Villa, Newton Road, Burton. 



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*COKE, Herbert De Odingsels (Sept., 1878), 14 Nov., 1863. 
Dead. 

Son of William Sacheverell Coke, J.P., Brookhill Hall, Alfreton. 

Won the ^-mile Handicap, School Sports, 1880. 

*BIGGS, Charles Richard Davey (Sept., 1878), b. 1865. 

Son of Sylvanus Biggs, Schoolmaster, Meredith House, Lichfield. 

Derby School, House Scholp. (Mathem.) 1878, and (Classics) 1881 ; Leaving 
Certificate (Ox. and Camb. Exam.), 1881 ; Open Scholp., St. John's Coll., 
Ox., 1882; 2nd Class in Classic. Hons. (Mods.), 1884; B.A. (2iid Class Lit. 
Hum. in the Final Schools), 1886; M.A., 1889. Vice- Principal of Theol. 
Coll. of Scottish Church, and Chaplain of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, 
1890-2 ; Fereday Fellow, St. John's Coll., Ox., 1891 ; Acting Domestic 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Jerusalem, 1892-98 ; Fellow of St. Augustine's 
Coll., Canterbury, 1898 ; B.D. I8fl6. Author of " Six Months in Jerusalem," 
1896. From 1900, Vicar of St. Philip and St. James, Oxford. 

♦GRANT, Francis T. Hope (Sept., 1878), d. 1884. 

Son of Rev. C. Hope Grant, Melton Mowbray. C. XI. (Capt.) ; F. XI. 

(Capt.); Wimb. R. Team, 1880; Capt. of Cadet Corps, 1881-82; Derby School 
Record for High Jump, under 15 years (4 ft. 11 in.), 1880; Prize for Throwing 
the Cricket Ball, School Sports, 1882. Army Service Corps, Gibraltar. 

♦BOOTIMAN, John Smith (Sept., 1878). 

Son of John Smith Bootiman, Surgeon, Ocean Road, South Shields 

M.B. (Durham) 1887 ; B.S. 1888 ; Member of Newcastle-on-Tyne Clinical 
Society; Surgeon. 6, Eavelock Terrace^ South Shields. 

♦CAMERON, Kenneth Boswell (Sept., 1878, to April, 1880), 
b. 1863. 

Son of Hector Cameron, M.P., Barrister, Toronto, Canada. Capt. of 

the Cadet Corps, and the Boats, 1880 ; Admitted to Royal Military Engineer- 
jing Coll. of Canada, 1880. Gazetted to a Lieutenancy in Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders, 1884 ; Captain, 1893. With the Forces in South Africa. 

♦TOMLINSON. James Frederick (Sept., 1878), b. 1863. 

Son of W. Tomlinson, Bradley Pastures, Ashbourne. Christ Church, 

Ox., 1888 ; B.A. (3rd Class Mod. Hist.), 1886 ; M.A., 1890. Curate of Mansfield 
Woodhouse, Notts. ; Gedling and Stoke Bardolph. Since 1899, Curate of 
Long Eaton. 

♦ZUILL, Edward Campbell (Sept., 1878). 

Son of W. Zuill, Merchant, Smith's Parish, Bermuda. Benmida. 

CURREY, Launcelot Sydney. 

Son of Benjamin Scott Currey, M.A., Solicitor, Derby. Selwyn Coll., 

Camb., M.A. Curate of Brimington, 1892-95; St. Michael's, Derby, 1895. 
Now, Vicar of Oamaaton-hy- Derby. 

♦HOMER, Thomas (Sept., 1878). 

Son of T. Homer, Solicitor, Cradley, near Brierley Hill, Staffs. 

♦BRANDON, Frederick Manasseh (Sept., 1878). 

Son of J. Brandon, Merchant, The Hollies, Blackheath. Derby 

School, 1878; House Scholp. (Classics), 1878. 

♦CONSTABLE, Walter John (Sept., 1878, to Aug., 1879). 

Son of J. Constable, Head Master of Grammar School. Thome, Doncaster. 

Derby School House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1878 ; Gold Medal (Mathem.), 

1879; Open Scholp., Magd. Coll., Camb., 1879; Open Exh., Kmg's Coll., 
Camb., 1879; Additional Scholp., Kmg's Coll., 1880; Coxed King's 1st and 
2nd Boat, 1880-1 ; Prize Exh., 1881 ; B.A., 23rd Wrangler (Mathem. Tripos), 
1882; M.A. 1886; Headmaster, Kendal Grammar School, 1886-87. From 
1868, Assistant Master, Uppingham School. 

HAYTER, Edward Goodenough (Sept., 1878), b. 14 Feb., 1864; 
d. 15 July, 1886. 

Son of Rev. George Goodenough Hayter, Rector of Burnham Sutton, 

near Lynn. Derby School House Scholp. (Classics), 1878. Entered the 

Merchant Service after leaving School. Died from an accident. 



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NUTT, Joseph Nathaniel (Jan., 1879, to July, 1881). 

Son of J. Nutt, Accountant, Normanton Road, Derby. C. XI. ; F. XI. ; 

Accountant ; F.S.A.A. 1893, 6, Market Place. 115, Bose Hill Street^ Derby. 

AUDEN, Thomas Edward (Jan., 1879). 

Son of Rev. J. Auden, Hartington Street, Derby. Solicitor, 1887, 

"Lowe <fe Auden," and Deputy-Coroner, Burfon-on- Trent. 

WANSBOROUGH, Horace Septimus (Jan., 1879). 

Son of H. Wansborough, The Villa. Little Eaton. B. IV. (bow) ; 

F. XL, 1881; B.A. Durham, 1888; L.Th., 1890; New Hall, Ashton-on- 
Mersey, Cheshire, 1890-92. Curate of St. Paul's, Wimbledon Park, 1892-93 ; 
Naval Chaplain to H.M.S. Howe, 1893-96; Benbow, 1897; Majestic, 1898; 
since 1897, Warspite. 

CLOSE, Charles John Ward (Jan., 1879, to 1883), b. 27 Sept., 
1864. 

Son of John Close, Solicitor and Coroner, The Cedars, Derby. Prize 

for Throwing the Cricket Ball, School Sports, 1880; Solicitor and Com- 
missioner for Oaths, 10, Irongate, Derby. Borrowaak, Derby. 

♦NICHOLSON, John Hodgson (Jan., 1879, to Dec, 1880). 

Son of T. Nicholson, Shipowner, Sandfield, West Boldou, Newcastle. 

B. IV. (cox), 1880. 

♦NICHOLSON, Charles Henry (Jan., 1879). 

Brother of above. F. XI. ; B IV. (stroke), 1881 ; Won the Steeplechase 

Mile, 1881 ; the J-Mile and 100 yards (Open), School Sports, 1882. 

♦LEA, William (Jan., 1879). 

Son of W. Lea, Bath Street, Leek. Solicitor, 1886, Town Hall 

Chambers, Borough High Street, London, S.E. 

♦PHILLPOT, William Edwjn (Jan., 1879, to Aug., 1882), b. 
1863. 

Son of Edwin Phillpot, Westboume Villa, College Road, Cheltenham. 

Won the 200 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1882 ; Matriculated at Lincoln 
Coll., Ox., 1832; B.A. from Worcester Coll., Ox., 1887 ; M.A. 1893 ; Curate of 
Sutton Coldfield, 1838-90; Alnwick, 1891-92; Harborne, Lichfield, 1892; 
Calcutta, 1892-96 ; Rugby, 1896. Altered his name to PHILPOTTS. Org. 
Sec. IT. C. A.M. for South of England. Cremona Villa, W. Park Rnad, 
Southampton. 

BAKE WELL, George (Jan., 1879, to 1883). 

Son of (teorge Bakewell, Queen Street, Derby. Played for the D. 0« 

Football Club, 1883-84. Business, Normanton Hoad, Derby. 

CRISPIN, N. T. (Sept., 1879). 

House Scholp., Derby School (Mathem.), 1879. 

♦SEDDON, Thomas Young (Jan., 1879, to Dec, 1882), b. 23 Nov., 
1864. 

Son of Major H. Seddon, 7, Upper Mile Terrace, Rochester; afterwards 

Portsmouth. C. XI. ; P. XL, 1879; Wimb. R. Team, 1880; won the High 

Jump and J-Mile, School Sports, 1880; the 120 yards Hurdles, School Sports, 
1882; Commission, Worcester Regt. ; Captain, Indian Staff, May, 1896 ; was 
with the Chitral Relief force (medal and 2 clasps), 1895; with the Tirah 
Expeditionary Force (clasp). 1897-8 ; with the China Expeditionary Force 
(medal and clasp), 1900-1. India. 

HILL, Reginald G. (Jan., 1879). 

Guardian : Miss E^jremont, The Park, Duffield. 

HUMBLE, Stephen (Jan., 1879). 

Son of Stephen Humble, Engineer, 61, Uttoxeter Road, Derby; and 
London. Mining Engineer. 9, Victoria Street, London, S.W. 

DOWNES, John Rathbone (May, 1879). 

Son of John Downes, Temple Terrace, Burton Road, Derby 

Draughtsman, Midland Railway. Bank View, Dujffield. 



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SMITH, Henry (May, 1879). 

Son of John Smith, Engmeer, 73, Litchurch Street, Derby. 

Commission Agent. Worcester. 

♦MARPLES, Thomas Ernest (May, 1879). 

Son of John Marples, Wadsley Grove, near Sheffield. Derby School 

House Scholp. (Mathem.), 1879; Open Scholp., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1881; 
Foundation Scholp., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1883 ; rowed in his Coll. boat, 1883 ; 
B.A. (Senior Opt., Mathem. Tripos), 1884. 

♦KIERNANDER, Archibald Dixie (May, 1879, to 1882). 

Son of C. Kiernander, Inspector-General Finance Department, 54, 

Elliott Street, Calcutta. C. XI. ; F. XI., 1880 ; won the Long Jump, 

School Sports, 1882. District Superintendent of Police. Shweho^ Upper 
Bttrmah, 

♦KIERNANDER, Charles E. (May, 1879), b. 30 Aug., 1866. 

Brother of above. Civil Engineer. India. 

*JESS0P, Charles Hubert (May, 1879), b. 19 July, 1869; d. 
1897. 

Son of Zebedee Jessop, Merchant, Park Row, Nottingham. P. XI., 

1880. Died in South Africa from enteric fever, while travelling on 
pleasure. 

PURVES, William Alexander (May, 1879, to 1883), b. 1865. 

Son of Richard Purves, Land Agent, Flamstead House, Derby. 

Leaving Certificate (Ox. and Camb. Exam.), 1881 ; Open Scholp., Queen's 
CoU., Ox., 1883; 2nd Class in Classic. Hons. (Mods.), 1885; B.A. 1888; 
Master at Ruthin School, 1900 ; Senior Assistant Master at Townsville 
Grammar School, Queensland. Now Head Master of Toowoomha Grammar 
School^ Queensland. 

♦CLEEVE, Egerton Stewart (May, 1879), b. 1864. 

Son of Colonel Stewart Cleeve, Godalming, Surrey. Wimb. R. Team, 

1880 ; Derby School House Scliolp. (Math.), 1881 ; 19th successful Candidate, 
Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1882 ; Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, 1884 ; 
Major, 150th Field Battery, Royal Artillery, 1900. Aldershot. 

♦FOSBROOKE, Frank N. (May, 1879), b. 5 Mar., 1864. 

Son of Leonard Fosbrooke, Barrister, Ravcnstone, near Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch. C. XI., 1880. Served his time at Ashwell «fe Nosbit's, Leicester. 

Civil Engineer, since 1891, to a Tea Company at Haepiculi, Bokakhat, 
Upper Assam ^ India. 

BEST, W. T. (Sept., 1879). 

Derby School House Scholp. (Classics), 1879. 

♦JOHNSTON, Railton (Mav, 1879, to Dec, 1883), b. 28 Dec, 
1865. 

Son of W. Johnston, Merchant, Aldwark Bridge, Great Ouseburn, Yorks. 
C. XI. ; F. XI., 1888. 

*HALL, John Foster (Sept., 1879, to Dec, 1883), b. 19 May, 
1867. 

Son of Rev. Joseph Hall, B.A., Rector of Shirland, Alfreton. Row- 
land Scholp. ; C. XL, 1883. Thauet Coll., Margate. 49, Onslow Gardens, 
Highgate, N. 

AULTON, Reginald Brampton (Sept., 1879). 

Son of "William Aulton, Veterinary Sur^^eou, 12, Derwent Street, Derby. 

Veterinary Surgeon ; M.R.C.V.S. (Lond.). 18, High Street, Burton-on- 

Trent. 

AULTON, Edgar Stanley (Sept., 1879). 

Brother of above. Solicitor. Be gent Chambers, Matlock. 



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♦PITT, Alfred Thomas (Sept., 1879, to 1887), b. 4 Dec, 1868. 
Dead. 

Son of Alfred Pitt, Head Master of Grammar School, West Hallam, co. 

Derby. Rowland Scholp., 1883; School Scholp., 1886; Open Exh., Jesus 

Coll., Ox., 1886; Captain of the School, 1886-87; Open Scholp., Christ's 
Coll., Camb., 1887. Successful in Exam, for Indian Civil Service, 1887. 

HEWITT, Charles E. Richard (Sept., 1879). 

Son of J. R. Hewitt, Mining P^ngineer, 35, Rose Hill Street, Derby. 

Civil and Mining Engineer. 20, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

♦PART, James Henry (Sept., 1879). 

Son of J. C. Part, Manufacturer, Bankside, Preston Road, Brighton. 

FARQUHARSON, Edward Barkly (Sept., 1879, to 1883), b. 1865 ; 
d. Sept., 1889. 

Son of Captain Elliott Farquharson, late 21st Hussars, Governor of 

Derby Gaol, Rowditch, Derby. F. XI., 1882 ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1883 ; Royal 

Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1884 (passed out with Hons.) ; played Football for 
the College, 1884. Gazetted to a Commission in East Surrey Regt., 1885 ; 
A.D.C. to Lieut.-Governor of Bengal, 1888-89 ; Adjutant to his Regt., 1889. 
Died in Bengal. 

♦WHITLE, John William (Sept., 1879, to Dec, 1883), 

Son of Colonel R. Whitle, Llangothlen, North Wales. Wimb. R. Team ; 

B. IV., 1883. 

HAWKRIDGE, Percy (Sept., 1879), b. 1863; d. 10 Aug., 
1897. 

Son of J. Hawkridge, Curzon Street, Derby. "Duke of Devonshire " 

Scholp. for Natural Science, Derby School, 1879 ; Open Scholp., Clare Coll-^ 
Camb., 1882 ; Foundation Scholp., Clare Coll., 1883 ; 1st Class Natural Science 
Tripos, 1884 ; Ist Class Natural Science Tripos (Final), 1886 ; M.A. ; Lecture- 
ship on Chemistry, School of Science, Newcastle-on-Tyne ; 1st Glass Hons., 
B.Sc. Exam., London Univ., 1889. Organizing Secretary to the Technical 
Education Committee of the Derbj'shire County Council, 1891. 

TAYLOR, John Edward (Jan., 1880). 

Son of J. Taylor, Veterinary Surgeon, Hartington Street, Derby. 

M.R.C. V.S. ; Veterinary Surgeon to the Midland Railway. Osborne Cottage, 
Alvaeton. 

♦WALLIS, Harry W. (Jan., 1880), b. 1866. 

Son of E. Wallis, Shipping Agent, Brooklyn, "Wellington Road, Man- 
chester. 

*BRIGSTOCK, George (Jan., 1880). 

Guardian : R. Oldknow, Naval Engineer, Dent House, Matlock. 

♦WATSON, John (Jan., 1880). Dead. 

Son of John Watson, Brewer, Stand House, Sheffield. 

♦POTTER, W. Edward (Jan., 1880), b. 18 Aug., 1869. 

Son of M. Potter, 8, Clinton Terrace, Nottingham. Rowland Soholp., 

1882. 63, King's Meadow^ Nottingham. 

♦STRETTON, W. Lionel (Jan., 1880). 

Son of G. Stretton, 21, Garway Road, London, W. B. IV. (Capt.), 

1882. 

♦PARKIN, Agar Hooper (Jan., 1880, to Aug., 1882). 

Guardian : F. G. Thomas, West Villas, Stockton-on-Tees. Solicitor at 

Stock ton-on- Tees. 

JONES, William John (Jan., t88o). 

Son of Rev. William Jones, Dissenting Minister, Curzon Street, Derby. 

♦BARTON, Claude Edward (Jan., 1880). 

Son of Rev. G. Barton, Fundenhall Grange, Wymondham. Derby 

School Choristership, 1880. 



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♦COUTTS, John George (Jan., 1880). 

Son of W. Scott Coutts, Engineer, Umballa, Simla, India. F. XI., 

1880; B. IV. (Capt.), 1881. Played Football for Hendon, 1883; for the Pil- 
^ims, 1883-84; St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Burmah Brewery, Mandalay. 

*LLOYD, Charles Docker (Jan., 1880). 

Son of Major C. F. Lloyd, 10, Norland Park, Notting Hill, London. 

*FRAIN, James Blenkinsop (Jan., 1880). 

Son of Joseph Frain,.M.D., 12, Frederick Street, South Shields. 

Studied Medicine. 29, GroMvenor PlcLce^ Neivcaatle-on-Tyne. 

♦CHALLEN, Louis Bonamy (Jan., 1880), b. 15 Aug., 1868. 

Son of Rev. John Louis Challen, Rector of Nunney, Somerset. Derby 

School Choristership, 1880. Diirham Univ. Newton Abbott Coll. Late Master 
at Crediton Grammar School ; Master at Newport Grammar School, Isle 
of Wight 

♦STROMEYER, Louis Charles (Jan., 1880). 

Son of C. Stromeyer, Merchant, Ivy House, Romford, Essex. 

DICKENSON, H. G. 

Non-Collegiate, Ox., 1884. 

*RICE, Charles Emmanuel (Jan., 1880, to 1884), b. 26 Dec, 1866. 

Son of G. Rice, Superintendent Inland Revenue, Laburnum Villa, East- 

ville, Bristol. Smith 'sScholp., 1882; Specially distinguished in the Exam. 

for Open Scholp., Balliol Coll., Ox., 1883 ; Open Natural Science Scholp., Jesus 
Coll., Camb., 1884 ; Proximo Accessit, Natural Science Scholp., at Clare Coll., 
Camb., 18S4; Foundation Scholp., Caius Coll., Camb., 1885; 2nd Class 
Natural Science Tripos (Part I.), 1887; B.A. (2nd Class Natural Science 
Tripos, Part II.), 1888. Science Master, Clifton Coll., 1889 ; then at Bedales 
School ; now M.A., and Head Master of King Alfred's School, Hcunpstead. 

♦STEVENS, Percy Farrar (Jan., 1880). 

Son of the late Rev. J. R. Stevens, Vicar of Swadlincote, co. Derby. 

St. Aidan's Coll., Birkenhead, 1894. Curate of Bishop's Nympton, South 
Molton, Devonshire, 1896; since 1900, of Bodnet, Market Drayton. 

♦STEVENS, Charles H. Farrar (Jan., 1880). 

Brother of above. Clerk at Parr's Bank, Derby. 141, Osmaston Road, 

Derby, 

MARSH, Albert E. Victor (Jan., 1880). 

Son of J. Riley Marsh, Alvaston, co. Derby. Engineer. Sydney^ New 

South Wales. 

DAVIS, Arthur Henry (Jan., 1880, to 1884), b. 17 May, 1865. 

Son of the late Dr. W. S. Davis, Head Master School of Science, 14, Leopold 

Street, Derby. Managing Director of A. H. Davis, Ltd., Paint and Colour 

Manufacturers, Liverpool and Stockport; Chairman of the Chemical Manu- 
facturing Co., Ltd. 41, Old Hail Street^ Liverpool. 

♦BERNARD, Herbert Clifford (May, 1880, to 1883), b. 1865. 

Son of R. Bernard, Surgeon R.N., Belle Vue, Haverfordwest. B. IV., 

1882 ; F. XI. ; Qualified as Queen's Cadet for admission into Royal Military 
Coll., Sandhurst, 1883 ; 1st of all Candidates in French ; Played Football for 
the College (Association Team), 1883; Gazetted to a Lieutenancy in the 
Hampshire Regt., 1884 ; Captain, 1896, Indian Staff Corps. 

LINDSAY, David Lauder (May, 1880), b. 19 Sept., 1866. 

Son of Dr. J. Lindsay, Mickleover, co. Derby. L.R.C.P. (Edin.), 

L.R.C.S. (Edin.), L.F.P.S. (Glas.), 1895. Late House Physician, Royal In- 
firmary, Glasgow. Assistant Medical Officer, County Asylum, Lancaster. 

*SWETENHAM, Charles C. (May, 1880). 

Son of Lieut-.-Colonel G. Swetenham, 15, Cottage Road, London, "VV. 

B. IV., 1882. 

♦SWETENHAM, Clement Alexander (May, 1880), b. 25 Nov., 
1868; d. 28 July, 1884. 

Brother of above. F. XI., 1883 ; C. XI., 1884. Died at school. 



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♦DICKINSON, Clement Wilberforce (May, 1880). 

Son of F. Dickinson, Crockham, Edenbridge, Kent. 

STEWART, Frank (May, 1880). 

Guardian : Joseph Sale, Lawyer, Grange Street, Derby. 

♦HEIDELPRIEM, Edward (May, 1880). 

Son of E. Heidelpriem, Merchant, Berlin. Charlottenhurg^ Berlin. 

♦CROCKETT, Arthur Walcott (May,. 1880). 

Son of E. Crockett, Architect, Strathmore Gardens, Kensington. 

Corpus Ghristi Coll., Camb., B.A., 1891 ; Ridley Hall, Camb., M.A. 1891. 
Curate of Appledore, Ashford, Kent, 1892-95; Old Church, Calcutta, 1895-97; 
St. Peter's, Tonbridge, Kent, 1897-99 ; now of Leyton. 24, Lyndhurst Drive, 
Leyton^ Essex. 

♦VARGAS, Rene Alfred (May, 1880, to Aug., 1885), b. 5 Mav, 
1868. 

Son of Climaco Vargas, Merchant, Leadenhall Buildings, London. 

B. IV. (cox.), 1884. Merchant. 7, Boltun Gardens^ South Kensington^ S.W. 

♦ALLEN, Robert Henry (Sept., 1880). 

Son of William Allen, Brewer, Cresswell Holme, Worksop. F. XI., 

1881. Ornleigh, George Street^ Worksop. 

JENKINS, Charles Longley Keith Frith (Sept., 1880). 

Son of Rev. Charles Alfred Jenkins, B.A., 37, Curzon Street, Derby. 

♦HADFIELD, Alexander Charles (Sept., 1880). 

Son of Right Rev. Octavius Hadfield, Bishop of Wellington. Barrister. 

Joined the New Zealand contingent for South Africa. 

*HADFIELD, Ernest Frederick (Sept., 1880, to Aug., 1884), b. 
9 Aug., 1866. 

Brother of above. House Scholp., 1882; C. XI., 1884; Open Scholp., 

Pembroke Coll., Camb., 1884; Open Scholp., Selwyn Coll., Camb., 1884; 
B.A. (Senior Opt., Mathem. Tripos), 1887. Barrister. WelUrigton^ Neu? 
Zealand 

*TRASK, John (Sept., 1880, to July, 1881). 

Sou of J. Trask, Northiugton, Alresford, Hants. Matriculated at 

London l^'niv., 1890 ; Intermediate Arts, 1891. Assistant Master, Berk- 
hamated School. 

*DAVIES, Gabriel Lloyd (Sept., 1880, to April, 1884), b. 1864, 

Son of Rev. Gabriel Davies, Bettws-y-Coed, Wales. House Scholp., 

1882 ; B. IV., 1883 ; Open Exh. (Classical), Lincoln Coll., Ox., 1884. 

PURVES, Richard Dickson (Sept., 1880). 

Son of the late R. Purves, West Mount. Derliv. Evans Scholp., 1882 ; 

Exh. Emm. Coll., Camb., 1882; B.A. (Senior Opt, Mathem. Tripos), 1884 ; 
M.A., 1892. Curate of Hclston, Diocese of Truro, 1892; of Redruth, Cornwall. 
From 1901, Vicar of Lusdvithiel, Cujmwall. 

♦BARTON, Hugh John (Sept., 1880, to April, 1885), b, 7 Sept., 
1867. 

Sou of Rev. G. Barton, Fudenhall Granpe. Wymondham. F. XI., 

1883 ; C. XI., 1884 ; Evans Scholp., 1884 ; Royal Military Academy, W^oolwich, 
1885 ; Prize for German, 1886 ; Commission Royal Engineers; Capt., March, 
1897. Punjab. 

WALLIS, Bertram Hugh (Sept., 1880). 

Son of Alfred Wallis, O.D., Editor of Derby Mercury, 88, Friar Gate, 
Derby. Business in Exeter. 

BROWNE, Thomas Bertram (Sept., 1880). 

Son of Julia H. Browne, 13, Leyland Street, Derbv. 



1860] THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. 107 

*DE RENZY, Annesley (Sept., 1880). 

Son of AJinesl^ Castriot De Reuzy, C.B., Surgeon-General, Sydenham 

Villa, Bray, Ireland. 16, Earlsford Mansions^ and University Cluh^ 

Dublin. 

♦ROXBURGH, William John (Sept., 1880), b. 5 May, 1866. 

Son of Agnes Roxburgh, Bettws-y-Coed, Wales. C. XL; won the 

J-Mile, 1883. Senior Scholp. and Theol. Exh., St. David's Coll., Lampeter, 
B.A. 1888; Trin. Coll., Ox., B.A. 1890. Ordained, Nov., 1890; M.A. 1898. 
Prominent speaker of the "Union" and "Stafford Club." Trin. Coll., 
Ox., Mission at Stratford, 1891-98; now Utntali^ Bhodeaia, South Africa. 

♦INNES, W. G. Steele (Sept., 1880), b. 5 Dec, 1868. 

Son of late H. D. Innes, Barnes, Surrey. C. XL; F. XI , 1883; won 

the i-mile Handicap (scratch), and the Mile, at School Sports, 1884. 

HEWITT, H. RicHAKDSON (Jan., 1881). 

Son of J. R. Hewitt, C.E., F.G.S., Mining Engineer, Uttoxeter Road, 

Derby. Derby School record for 100 yards, under 15 (11 sees.), 1881. 

M.M.E.I. Late Assistant Manager of the Whitfield Colliery, Stoke; principal 
Assistant to Messrs. Hewitt & Bobart ; H.M. Inspector of Mines, Breedon 
Hill lioadj Derby. 

* WILLIAMS, Robert (Jan., 1881). 

Son of D. W^illiams, Llanrwst, Wales. Bryn Madoc^ Llanwrsty North 

Wales. 

LEECH, Sidney W. (Jan., 1881). 

Son of Alderman Charles Leech, Manufacturer, Hillsboro' House, Derby. 

One of the Directors of Leech, Neal <fe Co., Ltd. Burleyj Duffield 

Bo€idj Derby. 

♦HAWLEY, Henry Stanley (Jan., i58i). 

Son of late E. Hawley, South Street, Ilkeston. Rowland Scholp , 

1881. R.A.M. Pianoforte: Bronze Medal, 1885 ; Silver Medal, 1886 ; Certi- 
ficate of Merit, 1887. Harmony: Bronze Medal, 1886; Silver Medal, 1887; 
Certificate of Merit, 1889. First holder of the Medal of the Worshipful 
Company of Musicians, which carries with it the name of " the most dis- 
tinguished Student " for three years, 1890, when he had the honour of 
apx^earing before the Queen at Osborne. 5, Lancaster Place^ Belsize Park, 
London J N.W. 

*ORDE, Leonard Shafto Horace Charles (Jan., 1881, to April, 
1882), b. 15 July, 1864. 

Son of Rev. William Jocelyn Orde, Shoreatown Hall, Chathill, North- 
umberland. Medical Student, Edinburgh Univ., 1883-87. Late manager 

of the Estancia Las Barrancas, Argentine Republic. Succeeded to family 
estates, 1896. Weetwood Hall, North umbefland. Club: Union, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

*EKING, Frank Cecil (Jan., 1881). 

Son of W. G. Eking, Solicitor, The Pines, Beeston. Solicitor; 

** Eking & Wyles." Cauldon Chambers, Long Bow^ Nottingham. 

CADMAN, Ernest Stanley Radford (Jan., 1881, to 1882). 

Son of Eleanor Cadman, Horsley Woodhouse, co. Derby. CM., M.B. 

(Edin.), 1889 ; M.D., 1896 ; late Assistant House Surgeon, Bradford Infirmary ; 
Surgeon and Medical Officer. Horsley Woodhouse, co. Derby. 

♦SERGEANT, Frederick (Jan., 188 1, to Aug., 1884), b. 3 Mar., 
1866. 

Son of F. Sergeant, Landowner, Coxhill, Hull. F. XL, 1882; C. XL ; 

House Scholp., 1882 ; won the 120 yards Hurdles, School Sports, 1883-84 ; 
B. IV., 1884; Open Scholp., Trin. Coll., Camb. ; played Football for his 
Coll., 1884; N.R.A. Bronze Medal at Wimbledon, 1886; Captained the 
Camb. Shooting Team against Ox. at Wimbledon, when he made the highest 
scye on either side, 1887; B.A. (16th Wrangler, Mathem. Tripos), 1887. 
Mathem. Master, Richmond School, and Curate of Holy Trinity, Richmond, 
Yorks., 1890 ; since 1893, Head Ma.ster, Church of England (rrammar School, 
Melbourne, Australia. 



108 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. L188T 

COX, Robert (Jan., i88t). 

Son of Thomas Cox, Merchant, Breadsall, cot Derby, Wine Mer- 
chant. Derby. 

*KIERNANDER, Donald W. (Mar., i88i), b. 23 Oct., 1869. 

Sou of C. Kiernander, Inspector-General, Calcutta. Provincial Civil 

Service. Taungyi, Southern Shan States, Burmah. 

*EDRIDGE, Charles Sutton (May, 1881), b. 11 Feb., 1867. 

Son of T. Lockhart Edridge, Colonel 20th Regt., Cork Barracks, Ireland. 

C. XI. ; F. XI., 188:^ ; prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball and 100 yards 

Open, School Sports, 1884. Captain King's (Liverpool) Re^t., 1895 ; Adjutant 
to 3rd and 4th Batt., South Africa. 

*WAYTE, W. Alleyne Paxton (May, 1881). 

Son of Rev. G. H. Wayte, Bonehill Hall, Tamworth. 

♦WRENCH, J. H. Kirke (May, 1881, to 1886), b. 16 Dec, 
1867. 

Son of E. M. Wrench, F.R.C.S., Surgeon. Park Lodge, Baslow, co. 

Derby. Certificate, Crystal Palace School of Engineering, 1889 ; G.I.M.E., 

1889. Mechanical Engineer. 303, Sydiard Street, Chicago, U.S.A. 

*HALL, Augustus SELWYN'(May, 1881). 

Son of Rev. Joseph Hall, B.A., Rector of Shirland, Alfreton. 

♦STEVENS, Howard Eustace (May, 1881), b. 24 Sept., 1867. 

Son of H. Stevens, Solicitor, Woodbridge House, Finchley. C. XI., 

1883. Solicitor and Parliamentary Agent. 1£2, Bedford Row, London, W.C. 

♦WOOD, William (May, 1881). 

Son of W. Wood, Farmer, Habrough, Ulceby. 

BAKE WELL, Frederick (May, 1 881, to 1884). 

Son of G. Bakewell, Queen Street, Derby. Business. Normanton^ 

lioad, Derby. 

MOORE, Frederick Henry (May, 1881, to 1884), b. 23 May, 
1867. 

Son of J. Moore, Jeweller, Com Market, Derby. Succeeded his 

father. 4, Mount Street, Derby. 

♦WAUGH, Alexander Tetford (May, 1881). 

Son of A. Waugh, Leatherhead, Surrey. Leaving Certificate, Ox. and 

Camb. Local Exam., 1881. 

♦JOHNSTON, Gerald Herbert (May, 1881). 

Son of Dr. Thomas Johnston, Beech Lawn, Belper. L.R.C.P. (Edin.) ; 

L.R.C.S. (Edin.), 1893 ; Member of Medical Psychological Association; Junior 
Medical Officer, North Riding Asylum, Olifton, York. 

♦BROOKS, Charles George (May, 1881). 

Son of G. Brooks, Captain in Army, The Hermitage, Old Shirley, 
Southampton. 

♦BLOUNT, George Hugh (May, 1881, to Aug., 1888), b. 23 May, 
1870. 

Son of G. Bouverie Blount, Senior Clerk in Admiralty, Woodside, Bel- 
vedere, Kent. Rowland Scholp., 1884. F. XI., 1886 ; Matriculated at New 

Coll., Ox., 1888 ; 3rd Class Hons. in Mods., 1890 ; B.A. (3rd Class Hons., School 
of Jurisprudence), 1891. Played Cricket and Football for his Coll., 1890-91. 
Solicitor, 1894. 52, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W. C. Club : Oxford and Cambridge, 
London. 

♦MARSHALL, Herbert (May, i88i). 

Son of J. Marshall, Choir Master, 28, Portland Street, Huddersfield. 

Late Barton Villa, Crosland Moor, Huddersfield. 



1881] THB DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. 109 

♦EDRIDGE, Frank Bertram (May, 1881), b. 20 Oct., 1869; d. 
1894. 

Son of F. Lockwood Edridge, Colonel 20th Kegt,, Cork Barracks, 
Ireland. Studied Electrical Engineering. 

♦CLENCH, Charles McDakin (May, 1881, to Aug., 1884), b. 17 
Oct., 1865. 

Son of E. Clench, Engineer, Newland House, Lincoln. F. XI. (Capt.); 

B. IV., 1888-84 ; won the 220 yards (Scratch) and J-Mile. School Sports, 1884 ; 
won the Canoe Bace, Derby Regatta, 1884 ; rowed in "the Lincoln 4-oar Boat 
with G. M. Clench (q.v.) ; played in Lincoln Football Team, 1684. Aotea, 
New Zealand. 

*VIBART, Herbert William (Sept., 1881). 

Son of Frances Jane Vibart, Osgathorpe, near Loughboro'. 

♦MOSS, Gerald (Sept., 1881, to Dec, 1887), b. 2 Mar., 1867. 

Son of T. Moss, Indian Civil Service, Marygate. York. B. IV. (Capt.), 

1884-67; F. XI. (Capt.) ; C. XL ; won the Mile, School Sports, 1886; Wimb. 
B. Team (Capt.), 1886-87; passed the Prel. Exam., Royal Military Coll., 
Sandhurst, 1887. 

♦BENNETT, Thomas Evans (Sept., 1881), b. 3 Dec, 1868. 

Son of T. Bennett, Army Doctor, Cashmere, India. Rowland Scholp., 

1882; Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1886; Commission in Hants. 
Begt., 1888. 

♦PILGRIM, Charles Alfred (Sept., 1881, to Dec, 1887), b. 10 
May, 1868. 

Son of S. Pilgrim, Lawyer. Castle Hill, Hinckley, Leics. Derby 

School, Smith Scholp., 1884; F. XL, 1884; Wimb. R. Team, 1887; 2nd for 
Spencer Cup, being 1 point below winning score, 1887. Emm. Coll., Camb. ; 
played Football for his Coll., 1887-88. B.A., 1890 ; Theol., Lichfield Coll., 1891* 
Curate of St. Margaret's, Leicester, 1892-96. Curate of St. Philip's, Elswick. 
47, Grove Street^ Newccuile-ov-Tyhe. 

♦WATSON, Joseph Thomas (Sept., 1881). 

Son of J. Watson, Brewer, Stand House, Sheffield. F. XL, 1881. 

Brewer. Suffolk. 

SPENCEB, Willis Turner (Sept., 1881). 

Son of J. Spencer, Smalley, co. Derby. 

STOCK, Warington (Sept., 1881). 

Son of Bev. W^. Stock, Vicar of St. Paul's, Little Chester, Derby. 

Bowland Scholp., 1684; Open Scholp., Cavendish Coll.. Camb., 1886; 

B.A., 1889; M.A., Downing Coll., Camb., 1893. Ordained, 1893. Curate of 
Dodbrooke (Exeter Diocese) ; from 1896, Curate of East Grinatead, Sussex. 

CAMPION, John George (Sept., i88i), b. 1867 ; d. Mar., 1890. 

Son of Frank Campion, Duffield Boad, Derby. Died at Bourne- 
mouth. 

♦KINNARD, Frederick Lincoln (Sept., 1881). 

Son of M. Einnard, Garden Boad, Croxley Green, Herts. 

♦DANK8, Eric William (Sept., 1881, to 1882), b. 1870. 

Son of Ven. William Danks, M.A., Sherwood Hill, Nottingham ; now 
Archdeacon of Bichmond. Indian Civil Service, Central Provinces. 

♦KENDAL, Ernest C. (Sept., 1881). 

Son of H. Kendal, Hall Bank, Cheadle, Staffs. C. XL, 1883. 

♦BENNETT, Rowland Egerton (Sept., 1881), b. 5 Jan., 1868. 

Son of T. Bennett, Doctor in the Army, Cashmere, India. Derbv 

School, Strutt Scholp., 1884 ; Bowland Scholp., June, 1885. Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich, 1885; the Ist Com. in Royal Artillery, and Tombs 
Scholp. at Woolwich, 1886. Boyal Engineers. 



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110 THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 188T 

♦WATSON, Arthur Hawtrey (Sept., 1881, to Aug., 1884), b. 18 
July, 1865. 

Son of Rev. William Richards Watson, Rector of St. Peter's, Saltfleetby, 

Louth. F. XI. ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1883; won the Long Jump and High Jump, 

School Sports, 1884; Keble Coll., Ox.; played Cricket and Football for his 
College, 1884, and some time for his Univ. ; B.A. 1887 ; Ordained, Marcli, 
1889; played Cricket for Lines., 1889 (top of bowling averages, 1890) ; M.A. 
1893. Vicar of Kineton, Warwickshire, 1890. From 1894. Rector of Nacton, 
Ipiwich. 

*COCKSHOTT, Arthur (Sept., 1881, to July, 1886), b. 8 July, 
1870. 

Son of Rev. G. Cockshott, S. Simon's, South Shields. 

*SEDDON, Russell Nelson (Sept., 1881, to July, 1883), b. 10 
June, 1866. 

Son of Major H. Seddon, 1, Upper Nile Terrace, Rochester. F. XI., 

1882; B. IV.; C. XL; won the 220 yards (scratch), i-mile (open), and 100 
yards (open). School Sports, 1883 ; holds the Derby School record for ^-mile 
(58 sees.) ; played Football for Hondon, 1883-84. Rhodesia^ S. Africa. 

♦WARDLEY, James (Jan., 1882), d. 15 Feb., 1892. 

Son of J. Wardley, Publisher, The Knoll, Buxton. Studied Chemistry 

at Birmingham. Went to South Africa, and died at Pretoria. 

♦GREAVES, John Edward (Jan., 1882), b. 9 July, 1870. 

Son of late J. E. Greaves, Manufacturer, Purlwell House, Batley. 

♦CAMPBELL, Christian A. (Jan., 1882). 

Son of I. Campbell, Sutherland House, Highgate. Strutt Scholp., 

1882 ; Prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball, School Sports, 1883. 

♦HALL, Sidney Marriott (Jan., 1882). 

Son of Marriott Hall, Landowner, Thiveton Park, near Sheffield. 

48, Sunny JBa/iAr, Sheffield. 

♦HUNT, Harold Martin (Jan., 1882), b. 3 Mar., 1867. 

Son of S. Hunt, Accountant, 21, Nicholas Street, Manchester. 

♦WALKER, John Arthur (Jan., 1882). 

Son of J. Walker, Manufacturer, Marlboro' House, Dewsbury. 

♦ALLEN, Frederick Joseph (Jan., 1882). 

Son of W. Allen, Brewer, Cresswell Holme, Worksop. Holds the 

record for High Jump U ft. 11 in.), undtT V)^ years, School Sport**, 1882; 
won th«? Long Jump, A-Mile (scratch), High Jump, the Hurdles, and Mile. 
School SportH, 1883; B. IV. (stroke), 1883; F. XI. Solicitor (** Warbiirtoii 
& Allen). Oak Villa, Worksop. 

FLOWER, Arthur Frederick Ashbrook (Jan., 1882), b. 24 
Sept., 1869. 

Son of H. Flower, Veterinary Surgeon, Green Hill House, Derby. 

F. XI. ; Bartholomew's Hospital, 1889 ; passed Final Exam, of Royal Coll. 
of Physicians and Sur^'eons, 1895; M.H.C.S. and L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1896; 
played for Bartholomew's Hospital, 1890-91. Greeji Hill House, Derby. 

♦RUSIIFORTII, William Norman (Jan., 1882). 

Son of V. Kushforth, Merchant, 40, Fitzwilliam Street, Huddersfield. 
Choristershij), 1882. 



BELL, Frederick Gordon (May, 1882, to 1884), b. 9 Jan., 187 1. 

Son of Peter Gordon Bill, M.I)., The Grove, Etwall, co. Derby; now 

108, Stobcross Street, Glasgow, Captain, Union Steam Ship Co. Sew 

Zealand. 

♦GODWIN, Thomas Harrison (May, 1882, to Dec, 1883), d- 
Jan., 1889. 

Son of I. Steele Godwin, Cheadle, Stoke-on-Trent. Liverpool Ex- 
change. Died of consumption. 



1882] 'FHB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. Ill 

♦WHITLE, John Lowry (May, 1882), b. 28 Mar., 1865. 

Son of Col. R. Whitle, Glen Lodge, Southam, Cheltenham. Royal 

Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1885. j. Commission in 2nd Dragoons ("Queen's 
Bays "), 1886 ; resigned. 

♦WHITLE, C. Wilfred (May, 1882), b. 7 May, 1870. 

Brother of above. 

*WALKER, Samuel (1882-1885), b. 19 Oct., 1867. 
-mDGLEY, Henry Wadsworth (May, 1882), b. 1868. 

Son of Major H. Midgley, The ^ Heath. Uttoxeter. Derby School, 

House Scholp., 1884; Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., B.A. (Senior Opt., 
Mathem. Tripos), 1888; Naval Instructor, 1898. H.M.S. Barfleur. 

♦BACKHOUSE, Herbert Eustace (May, 1882). 

Son of T. Backhouse, High Street, Bideford. 

♦CRESWELL, F. Hugh Page (May, 1882), b. 1864. 

Son of E. Creswell, Deputy Postmaster-General, Post OflBce, Gibraltar. 
Mining Engineer. Manager of Mines at Johannesburg. 

♦ADAMS, Henry Beardoe Leith (May, 1882, to 1884), b. 1868. 
Dead. 

Son of A. Leith Adams, F.R.S., Professor of Natural History, 18, Clarendon 

Gardens, Maida Vale. Won the 1st Entrance Scholp. in Science, Univ. 

Coll., London, 1884; studied Medicine at Univ. Coll. Hospital. Appointed 
Dresser to Prof. Thaine. Owing to the failure of his health he had to 
relinquish his studies. Died in Australia, 1892. 

♦TAYLOR, Frederick Percy (Sept., 1882), b. 31 Dec, 1867. 

Son of T. Taylor, The Limes, Newport Pagnell. F. XI., 1884. Solicitor. 

98, Terminui Boad^ Eastbourne, 

♦WOOD, John Brooks (Sept., 1882). 

Son of William Wood, Farmer, Habrough, Ulceby, Lincoln. F. XI., 

1884 ; C. XL, 1884. 

♦PEARCE, Robert Leslie (Sept., 1882). 

Son of Robert Hawtrey Pearce, Castle Doningtou. 

WATSON, — (Sept., 1882). 

Son of J. Watson, Brewer, Stand House, Sheffield. 

VARLEY, — (Sept., 1882). 
*HALL, Cecil Arthur (Sept., 1882). 

Son of M. Hall, Farmer, Woodthorpe, Worksop. C. XL, 1884. 

Shfjffield. 

CAMPBELL, 0. H. (Sept., 1882), b. 28 July, 1868. 

(v. supra.) 

*LEWIS, George A. (Sept., 1882, to Aug., 1888), b. 14 Oct., 1869. 

Son of George Lewis, M.LC.E., F.G.S.. Mining Engineer, Green Hill, 

Derbv. Derby School, Rowhuid Scholp., 1884; House Scholp., 1886; 

Wimb. R. Team (Capt.), lb85-87; B. IV., 1887; Open Exh., Trin. Coll., 
Camb., 1887; Open Scholp., Cains Coll., Camb., 1887; won the "Bigh Jump, 
School Sports, 1888; Foundation Scholp., Caiu.s Coll., Camb.. 1889; 1st Caius 
Boat, Lent, 1889 ; 2nd Caius Boat (stroke). Lent, 1890 ; stroked the Winning 
Senior Trial at Caius Coll., Camb., 1890 ; B.A. (14th Wrangler), 1891 ; Master 
at Stony Stratford School, 1892 ; Mathem. Master at Derby School, 1892-94 ; 
M.A., 1894. Mining Engineer. Captain 1st Vol. Batt. Derbyshire Kegt. 
87, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

8CULTH0RPE, Alfred C. (1883), b. 1874; d. 28 Dec, 1900. 

Son of Rev. Henry Clement Sculthorpe, B.A., Vicar of Beeley, co. Derby. 
Studied Engineering at Mason's Coll., Birmhigham, and Midland Kail- 
way Works, Derby. Was a well-known Derbyshire footballer. Went to 
^ew Zealand. Joined the Colonials in the Transvaal. Died at Eshowe, 
Znluland. 



112 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. [ 

PINDER, George (Jan., 1883). 

Son of J. Finder, Oxford Villa, Osznaston Boad, Derby. 

*WALLIS, Alexander Frederic (Jan., 1883), b. 18 Jan., 1867; 
d. 24 Feb., 1900. 

Son of A. Bruce Wallis, Major in Army, Bum Street, Nottingham. 

Followed Mr. Laffan to Stratford-on-Avon School. Royal Military Coll., 
Sandhurst, 1885 ; Commission in Duke of Wellington's Begt., 1887 ; Captain, 
1896. Killed in action at Arundel, 1900. 

SPEIGHT, Thomas (Jan., 1883). 

Son of Richard Speight, Gladstone House, Uttoxeter New Boad. Derby ; 
Assistant General Manager, Midland Railway ; afterwards Managing 

Director of West Australian Railway, Perth. Architect. Melbourne^ 

Victoria. 

SPEIGHT, Henry (Jan., 1883). 

Brother of above. Rowland Scholp., 1884 ; St. John's Coll., Camb. ; 

B.A. (Sen. Opt.), 1891. Tutor in Auitralia. 

GILBERT, Frank Mottram (Jan., 1883, to Aug., 1890), b. 6 
Dec, 1870. 

Son of W. J. Gilbert, Cashier, Ind, Coope & Co., 7, Hartington Street, 

Derby. C. XI., 1889; Rowland Scholp., Derby School; Capt.'of the 

School. 1889-90; Open Mathem. Scholp., Christ's Coll., Camb., 1889; Founda- 
tion Scholp., Christ's Coll., 1892 ; played Football for his Coll., 1892-3 ; won 
the Long Jump at his Coll. Sports, 1898; B.A. (22nd Wrangler), 1093; 
Mathem. Master, King's School, Rochester, 1893 ; M.A. ; Mathem. Master, 
Bradford School, 1896. 2, Eldon Terrace, Bradford. 

JOHNSON, George Henry (Jan. 1883), b. 1869. 

Son of W. Johnson, Manufacturer, Friarsfield, Derby. 

*RYND, Gerard (May, 1883), b. 1869. 

Son of P. C. Rynd, Colonel in the Army, Fleur Villa, Cheltenham. 

Wimb. R. Team, 1887; Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1889; Lieut, in 
Manchester Regt., 1892 ; Captain, 1898. South Africa, 

WINFIELD, Frank (May, 1883). 

Son of Josiah Winfield, 13, Chamwood Street, Derby.— ^Midland 
Railway. Draycott House, Dairy House Boad, Derby. 

*WRAGG, Horace (May, 1883). 

Son of John Downing Wragp, County Magistrate, Eureka Lodge, 
Swadlincote, Burton-on-Trent. F. XI., 1885. Swadlincote. 

FINNEY, Percy (May, 1883). 

Son of J. Finney, Civil Engineer, Douglas Villa, Osmaston Boad, Derby. 
Crompton «t Evans' Bank. Bakewell. 

FINNEY, R. J. Edward F. (May, 1883). 

Brother of above. Partner with Messrs. Cumberland. 11, Vernon 

Street, Derby. 

♦HODGKINSON, - (May, 1883). 

Son of — Hodgkinson, Bakewell. 

SHERWIN, John (Sept., 1883, to Aug., 1889), b. 11 Jan., 1873. 

Son of John Sherwin, 2, Parker Street, Derby. Auctioneer. Derby. 

GOUGH, Harold Walter (Sept., 1883, to 1888). 

Ward of Thomas G. Clayton, Superintendent of Carriage and Wagon 

Department. Midland Railway, Osmaston Road, Derby. School Scholp., 

1886; Open P^xh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1888; B.A. (2nd Class Hons., Science 
Tripos), 1892 ; M.A. 1896. Assistant Master, Northampton School. 

♦MORRIS, James (Sept., 1883, to 1889), b. 9 Nov., 1873. 

Son of Robert Morris, Castle Gate, Newark. Studied at the Frlscanus 

Laboratory, Wiesbaden; Assistant, Royal Coll. of Science; Mining En- 
gineer; Assistant General Manager, East Rand Prop. Mines. Boksburg, 
Transvaal. 



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CHEATHAM, T. McFaulane (Sept., 1883). 

Son of Horace C. Cheatham, Civil Engineer, 32, Friar Gate, Derby. 

♦GORDON, Sylvester North (Sept., 1883). 

Son of Lieut.- General Charles Edward Gordon, C.B., 75th Gordon 
Highlanders, Rock View, Gibraltar. 

♦GORDON, Douglas Gilbert (Sept., 1883). 

Brother of above. 

♦WHITEHOUSE, Henry W. A. S. (Sept., 1883). 

Son of H. Whitehouse, Colliery Proprietor. Wharf Cottage, Ilkeston. 

CANNER, Frederick William (Sept., 1883, to 1885). 

Son of John Canner, Egginton. Stanley Grange. Derby. 

♦WALSHAM, Arthur Brandling (Sept., 1883). 

Son of Rev. Francis Walsham, Marston Montgomery. 

♦TONGE, Arthur Wellington (Sept., 1883). 

Son of A. W. Tonge, Shipbroker, Belmont Villa, Princess Road, South 
Norwood. Shipbroker. 5, East India Avenue^ London^ B.C. 

♦HUTCHINSON, William Haines (Sept., 1883, to April, 1885), 
b. 3 April, 1867. 

Son of J. Hutchinson, Castle Villa, Stafford. F. XI. ; C. XI., 1884. 

Sutton-in-Aahfield, Notts. 

♦PETLEY, Henry (Sept., 1883). 

Son of Rev. H. Petley, Gislingham Grange, Suffolk. — Queen's Coll., 
St. John's, Newfoundland. Ordained, 1892. Fi-om 1896, Incumbent of 
Foxtrap Mission, Newfoundland. Fairhaven, Newfoundland. 

DODD, Walter (Sept., 1883). 

Son of Jackson Dodd, Dresden V^illa, Uttoxeter Koad. Derby. 

♦HOYLE, William George (Jan., 1884). 

Son of G. Hoyle, Solicitor, 3, Lumsden Terrace, Botherham. 

♦13EASLEY, Ernest Cecil Watkin (Jan., 1884). 

Son of A.Beasley, Westlands.Chiswick. School record for the 100 yards. 

under 15 years (11 sees.), 1884 ; F. XI., 1886 ; won the 220 yards Handicap. 
100 yards Open, and ^-mile Open, School Sports, 1886 ; School Scholp., 1886. 
Emm. Coll., Camb., 1837 ; played Cricket for his Coll., 1888 ; won the 100, 
150, and 200 yards races, at his Coll., 1889 ; played Cricket for Chiswick 
Park, 1890. St. Mary's Hospital, 1893. Went as a Dispenser to the Forces 
in South Africa. 

♦CHAMBERLAIN, Alfred William (Jan., 1884). 

Son of J. Chamberlain, Ivanhoe Villa, Stapenhill. 

♦GARDINER, Frederick W. (Jan., 1884, to 1888), b. 23 Jiilv, 
1869. 

Son of Hev. Frederick Augustus Gardiner, M.A., Knaphill, Woking, 

Surrey. School Scholp.. 1884 ; F. XI., 1886 ; C. XI., 1887. Open Sizarshij), 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1888 ; Foundation Scholp., 1889 ; played Crickot 
for Surrey /•, Sussex, 1889 ; Cricket and Tennis for his Coll. ; Captain of 
Association Football Club, 1890 ; II. Division, 3rd Class Classical Tripos. 1891 ; 
B.A. 1892. Head Master of Warriston School, Moffat, X.B. 

♦DOUGHTY, Percy Smith (Jan., 1884). 

Son of E. Doughty, ('avendish House, Sherwood, Notts. 

♦MORRIS, Carlyle (Jan., 1884, to 1889), b. 29 Aug., 1870. 

Sou of Robert Morris, Maltster, 59, Castle (rate, Newark. Studied at 

the Friscanus Laboratory, Wiesbaden. Analytical Chemist. The Chaiintry 
House y Newark. 

ASHMORE, Ernest (Jan., 1884), b. 23 Dec, 1869; d. April, 
1895. 

Guardian : C J. ^^ ard ('lose. Solicitor, The Cedars, Derby. 
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114 THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. :i884 

JOHNSON, William Francis (Jan., 1884). 

Son of W. Johnson, Manufacturer, Priarafield, Derby. Went to 

(ifrmany. 

lUTK, George F. 0. (Jan., 1884). 

Son of James Overs Bate, Colliery Agent, Wilson Street, Derbj'. 

Theatrical Agent. 

THOMPSON, C. (Jan., 1884, to Aug., 1889). 

Derby School, House Scholp., 1884. 

♦GliOVKS, George Arthur Ryland (May, 1884, to Dec, 1889), 
b. 18 Oct., 1872. 

Sou of the late G. Groves, Solicitor, Bedale and Middleham, Yorks. 

liracketed with his brother for a House Scholp., 1888. F. XI., 1889. Late 
Private Secretary to Head Master of Cheltenham Coll. 

♦GROVES, Ch.\rles Ernest (May, 1884, to Aug., 1891), b. 12 
Feb., 1873. 

Brother of above. C. XI. ; F. XL, 1889. The Commercial Coll.. York. 

MUGLISTON, H.\ROLD (Sept., 1884, to Dec, 1889), b. 17 Jan., 

Son of William Lowe Muglistou. Superintendent of the Line, Midland 

Railway, Ockbrook, near Derby. Midland Railway. The Beacon^ 

Or.khroohy co. Derby. 

WIIiSON, Ch.\rlbs William (Sept., 1884, to April, 1891), b. 7 
July, 1873. 

Son of Robert Wilson, Market Place, Derby. Royal Coll. of Music ; 

Ij.K.C.O. Choirmaster, Lamorhey^ Sidcnp, Krnt. 

SNOW, Charles (Sept., 1884). 

Son of T. Snow, Ketired Engineer, 21, Duffield Koad, Derby. 

LEWIS, Percy William (Sept., 1884, t) April, 1891), h. 2 
April, 1874. 

Son of Richard George Lewis, Mining Engineer, (Jreen Hill, Derby. 

Rowland Scholp., 1883 ; Incorporated Law Society, 1898. Mining Engineer. 
Albert Street, Derby. 

liANGDON, Arthur Edward (Sept., 1884). 

Son of W. E. Langdoii, Engineer, 5, Grove TerracL*, Derby. Assistant 

I'^lectrical Engineer, Midland Railway, Derby. 

RANDALL, Walter Hy. (Sept., 1884). 

Son of W. Randall, The Mount, Crich. 

lilOKARDS, F. C. Victor (Sept., 1884). 

Son of T. Rickards, 46, Normanton Road, Derby. Studentship in 

Biology and Geology at the Royal Coll. of Science, London, 1898. 

♦THOMPSON, Ernest Pelham Percy Lea (Sept., 1884, to Aug.. 

1888). 

.Son of Rev. F. T. D. Thompson, B.A., 17, Tanfield Street; now 22, 

Hleiiheim Terrace, Leeds. House Scholp., 1885 ; Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., 

Camb., 1833; C. XI., 18S6 ; played Cricket and Football for his Coll., 1888-89 ; 
li.A. (Senior Opt.), 1891; Mastorship at Scaitcliffe School, Englefleld Green, 
Surrey; M.A., 189'>. Curate of St. Michael's. Beccles, Suffolk. 

LEE, Arthur (Sept., 1884). 

Son of S. Lee, 93, Friar (latt?, Derby. 

WELCH, William J. (Sept., 1884, to 1888). 

Son of the late J. B. Welch, Burslem, Staffs. Bronze Medallist, 1891 ; 

Silver Medallist and Salters Company's Prize for Pottery and Porcelain iu 
City and Guilds' Technical Exam. (Hon. Stage), 1892; late Excelsior Works, 
New Street, Hanley. 442, Waterloo lioad, Burtlem, Staff 1. 



1884] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 115 

BO AM, Herbert (Sept., 1884). 

Son of T. H. Boam, Colliery Proprietor, Brunswick House, Derby. 

Wimb. R. Team, 1887 ; Univ. Coll. Hospital ; passed Intermediate Exam, 
in Anatomy and Physiology, Royal Coll. of Surgeons and Physicians of 
England, 1890; played Football for Surrey and his Hospital, 1894 ; M.R.C.S., 
1900. 

♦STUART, Hugh Seymour David (Sept., 1884), b. 1867. 

Son of J. Stuart, Captain in the Army. C. XI. ; P. XI., 1885 ; won 

the High Jump and Hurdles, and 2nd in Throwing tlie Cricket Ball 
(105 yds. 1 ft.). School Sports, 1886. Lieut. Northampton Regiment, 1894; 
Paymaster, 19U0. Allahabad. 

SAYER, Alfred George Walpole (May, 1884, ^^ Aug., 1890), 
b. 27 Dec, 1870). 

Son of late A. G. Sayer, Lenham Parade, (ireen Hill, Derby. Derby 

School Scholp., 1888. Pemb. Coll , Camb., Exh., 1891 ; II. Division, 3rd 
Class Classical Tripos, 1892; 2nd Exh. for Theology, 1893 ; B.A. (2nd Class 
Theol. Tripos ; Hebrew Prize), 1894. Ordained Curate of Long Melford, 
Suffolk, 1895-97; M.A. 1898; Curate of Lexdeu, Colchester, 1897; since 
1900, Curate of Great Ilford, Essex. 

DISNEY, Thomas Calthrow (May, 1884). 

Son of H. Disney, 3, Friary Street, Derby. With Messrs. Thomas 

Clarke & Sons, Derby. 

♦TERRY, Cyril Edward (May, 1884, to 1887), b. 25 April, 
1870. 

Son of Rev, Michael Terry, M.A., Vicar of Awsworth, Notts. United 

Discount Co., Cornhill, London. Captain, 4th Vol. Batt. East Surrey Regi- 
ment; now in South Africa as Staff- Captain. 

WALKER, John (Jan., 1885, to Aug., 1890), b. 13 April, 
1871. 

Son of John Walker, Chartered Accountant, 8. (lower Street, Derby; 

President of the Mechanics' Institution. Derby School Scholp., 1888. 

Op»m Exh., Cains Coll., Camb., 1890 ; Foundation Scholp., 1891 ; B.A. 
(Senior Opt.) 1893, M.A. 1897. Curate of St. JameH', Gateshead, 1895-98. 
Vicar of Ekatahanna, WeAlhigton^ New Zealand. 

HILL, Lionel \V. A. (Jan., 1885), b. Sept., 1872. 

Son of A. Coke Hill, O.D., Architect, Full Street, Derl)y. Engineer^ 

Bass tfe Co., Burton. 

MABSH, Hy. Rupert (Jan., 1885). 

Son of H. Marsh, Dental Surgeon, 2, Swinburne Street, Derby. 

M.K.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. (Lond.) and L.S.A. (Guy's), 1897. Surgeon. Aldington, 
Hythe, Kent. 

*CHOPE, Basil Stafford (Jan., 1885). 

Son of Rev. Richard Robert Chope, M.A., Vicar of St. Augustine's,. 

117. Queen's Gate, London ; Editor of " Church Carols." C. XI. ; F. XI. ; 

won the ^-mile Handicap. School Sports, 1886. St. John's Coll., Ox. ; played 
Cricket for his Coll., 1890; won the Ox, Univ. Challenge Billiard Cue, 1891 ; 
selected to represent Oxford in the double-handed contest against Cambridge 
the following Term. Abroad. 

*DOWELL, Hy. (Jan., 1885, to Aug., 1887), b. 24 Dec, 1867. 

Son of H. Dowell, Bittleswell, Lutterworth. F. XI. ; C. XI. ; Prize for 

Throwing the Cricket Ball (105 yds. 2 ft.), and Long Jump, School Sports, 
1886. Landowner. Ivy Side, Saddington, Market Harbnro\ 

*BLACK, John Gordon (Jan., 1885, to July, 1887), b. 26 Aug., 
1870. 

Son of Dr. J. GoMTc^on Black, M.D., 7, Cambridge Crescent, Harrogate. 
Organist and Teacher of Music. Stourbridge. 



116 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 18B5 

*BLOUNT, George Bertie Clavell (Jan., 1885, to Dec, 1887), 
b. 27 Mar., 1872. 

Son of G. Bouverie Blount, Vice-Principal of the Admiralty, \Voodsid«'. 
Belvedere. Kent. F. XI., 1886. St. Thomas' Hospital, 1889 ; played Foot- 
ball for (St. Thomas') Hospital, and Surrey v. Sussex, 1889 ; played for the 
Crusaders in the English Cup Tie with Birmingham ; Captain of the 
United Hospitals, 1891; M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1895; Member of 
British Medical Association. Late House Surgeon, Metropolitan Hospital ; 
late House Surgeon, Belgrave Hospital for Children; Surgeon, ss. Si. John 
City " (Furness Line). 2, River Bank^ East fdolesey^ Surrey. 

♦CLARKE, Reginald (Jan., 1885). 

Son of J. Clarke, Fairview, Heanor, co. Derby. 

♦EDRIDGE, Hugh Lockwood (Jan., 1885). 

Sou of F. Lockwood Edridge, Colonel in the Army, Bury, Laucashir**. 

♦GARDINER, Colin Dundas I. (Jan., 1885). 

Son of Major Spencer Gardiner, 8, Avenue Road, Aldershot.- — -Lord 
Hill's Laud Agent. TIte Whbn^ WeHon-under-RedcaatUt Shrewsbury, 

*HOOD, Alexander Henry Morton (Jan., 1885). 

Son of Stephen Hood, Merchant, 13, Calthorpe Boad, Banburv. 

Wimb. R. Team, 1887 ; played Football for Westminster Hospital, 1889-90 ; 
M.R.C.S.; L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1898. Surgeon ss. Duke of Norfoik. 13, Cal- 
t/iofpe Hoad^ Banbury^ Oxon. 

MARSHALTj, Arthur (Jan., 1885). 
♦MOSSE, Lewis 'Tennyson (Jan., 1885). 

Son of Rev. S. Tennyson Mosse, Vicar of Somerby, Oakham. F. XI.. 

1886. Bank of England, Law Courts Branch, London, W.C. 

♦ROSS, Edgar Patrick (Jan., 1885). 

Son of J. S. Ross, Colonel in the Army, Wood Seat, near Dulwioh, 

F. XI., 1887. 

♦STUART, Randolph Gordon K. (Jan., 1885). 

Son of Rev. T. Kilbee Stuart, Vicar of Gresley, Burton-ou-Trent. 
♦WATSON, William (Jan., 1885). 

Son of the late J. Watson, 12, Clarke Grove Road, Sheffield. Wimb. 

R. Team, 1887. Architect. London, 

♦BRITTEN, George Edmund (May, 1885, to Aug., 1887), b. 1868. 

Son of the late — Britten, 41, Saxe Coburg Street, Leicester. C. XI.. 

1887; Wimb. R. Team, 1885; Lincoln Coll., Ox.; played Football for his 
Coll., 1887-88 ; C^oll. Readinpr Prize, 1889 ; B.A. 1890; Ordained, 1891. Cnrat*« 
of Wednesbury, Staffs., 1891-97 ; Selly Oak, Birmingham. 1897. Since 189S, 
Vicar of Somerbif, Oakham. 

♦SWINSON, Edward Spilsbury (May, 1885). 

Son of the late — Swinaon, Breedon House, Malvern. 

♦LEA, John (May, 1885, to Aug., 1888), b. 21 May, 187 i. 

Son of the late W. Lea, 82, Bath Street, Leek. House Scholp.. 18B8. 

Open Natural Science Scholp., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1888; Open Natural 
Science Scholp.. (3aiu.s Coll., Camb., 1888; Foundation Scholp., Cains Coll., 
Camb., 1890; Chapel Stewardship, 1892; B.A. (Ist Class Hons., Science 
Tripos). 1892. 

♦THOMPSON, James Walter (May, 1885), b. 14 July, 1873. 

Son of Rev. Francis Daniel Thompson, B.A., Tanfield Street, now 22, 

Blenheim Terrace, Leeds. Chartered Accountant. Manaf^er of the 

London Office of Bristol Chartered Accountants. 34, Great St. Helefis, 
Bishopsgate, London. E.G. 

♦DOWELL, Thomas Walter (May, 1885, to July, 1888), b. 7 
Sept., 1870. 

Son of H. Dowell, Bitteswell, Leicester. Landowner. The Valley, 

BitteswelU Leics. 



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♦WINTKK, Clifford Boardman (May, 1885), b. 1869. 

Son of W. "Winter, Sutton Court Lodge, Chiswick. Derby School 

House Scholp., 1885. Passed 8rd into Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1889; 
passed out 11th in Hons., 1890; Indian Staff, 1892. Magistrate. Lst Class; 
J. P., Ajtnere District^ India. 

♦COLLIER,- Harry N. (Sept., 1885, to April, 1889). 

Son of Hopetoun Currie Collier, Brigade Surgeon, Colliiisra House, 

(riasgow. F. XI., 1888 ; Guy's Hospital ; Goal Keeper for his Hospital, 

1890-92; passed Exam, in Materia Medica, 189H. Casth Hill, Beru-ick-on- 
Tiveed. 

BRIGG, Hy. Robinson (Sept., 1885). 

Sou of J. W. Brigg, Inspector of Schools, Swinburne Street, Derby. 

Clare Coll., Camb., M.A. 1890. From 1893, Curate of Witjaton Magna, 
Leicester. 

♦GRAVES, Hy. (Sept.. 1885, to Aug,, 1889), b. 25 May, 1871. 

Son of Algernon Graves, Roslyn House, 61, Finboro' Road, S.W. 

House Scholp., 1888; Capt. of the School, 1888; Open Class. Exh., Balliol 
Coll., Ox., 1888 ; won the 2 miles Bicycle Handicap, Coll. Sports, 1890 ; 1st 
Class, Classical Hons. in Mods., 1891 ; Vice-Capt., Ox. Univ. Bicycle Club, 
1892; Joint Author of " Road Book of the Oxford District " ; B.A. (1st Class 
Classical Hons. in " Finals "), 1893. Appointed to a 1st Class (lovt. Clerkship 
in the Science and Art Department, 1896. South litnyiiigton, London. 

♦HUTCHISON, Alec Richard (Sept., 1885), b. 1871. 

Son of F. Hutchison, Colonel in the Army, College Lawn. Chelteuham. 
F. XI.; Wimb. R. Team, 1887; Derby School Scholp., 1888 ; Royal Mili- 
tary Coll., Sandhurst, 1889. Played Football for the Royal Marines, 1890; 
Commission, 1891 ; Captain, Royal Marines Light Infantry. 1898. StaflF, 
South Africa. 

LYNCH, William Henry (Sept., 1885, to 1889). 

Son of W. T. Lynch, Captain, Normanton Barracks, Derby. F. XI., 

1889 ; Secretary to Sir Edgar Vincent, of the Ottoman Bank. 17, Kensington 
Court GardenSy London, W. 

♦POWELL, Cecil (Sept., 1885, to Aug., 1891), b. 24 Feb., 1872. 

Son of Christopher Bolland Powell, The Old Hall, Southboro', Tunbridge 

Wells, Kent. F. XI. ; won the Swimming Race, 1889 ; the Pole Jump, 

School Sports, 1891. Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1891 ; played Football 
for his Coll., 1892; won the Plunge, C.U.L.V.C.S. Sports, 1893; B.A. (8rd 
Class Natural Science Tripos), 1894; played Football for St. Thomas', 1895 ; 
passed 3rd Exam, for Medical and Surgical Degrees (St. Thomas'), 1898; 
M.R.C.S. ; L.R.C.P. (Loud.), 1898 ; M.A. ; M.B. and B.C., 1899. Junior Assis- 
tant Medical Officer, Wandsworth and ('lapham Union Infirmary. The Old 
Hall, Southboro*, Tunbridge Wells. 

♦STARR, Herbert Edward (Sept., 1885). 

Son of the late — Starr, 64, Grove Street, Liverpool. 

♦WATSON, Felix Hugh (Sept., 1885). 

Son of the late J. Watson, Clarke Grove Road, Sheffield. Texas, 

U.S.A. 

BROOKS, Arthur Edgar (Jan., 1886). 

Son of the late — Brooks. F. XL, 1887. 

DODD, William Henry Lamb (Jan., 1886). 

Son of W. L. Dodd, Professor of Music. 70, Crompton Street, Derby. 

Electrical Engineer, Midland Railway. Organist of St. Peter's C'hurch, 
Derby. 

♦FREEMAN, Hamlon Oastler (Jan, [886). 

Son of G. Freeman, Merchant, V2, Regent Hoad, (Treat Yarn)outh. 

♦HUTCHISON, Robert Schlesinger (Jan., 1886), b. 1869: 

Son of F. J. Hutchison, Colonel in the Army, Collet^e Lawn, Cheltenham. 

Adjutant and Captain. Prince of Wales' l{e{<t. (North Staffs.). South 

Africa. 



118 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. []88S 

*JOUHDAIN, Kaymom) Olivek (Jan., 1886, to Aug., 1889), b. 22 
Oct., 1870. 

Son of Hev. FranciH Joiirdain, M.A., Vicar of Ashbourne. — C. XI. 
(Capt.); F. XI. (Capt.); won the i-mile Open, School Sports, 1889. Open 
Scholp., Maf?d. Coll., Camb., 1889; won the Freshmen's liace, 1890; playcKl 
Football for his Univ. r. Cambridgeshire, 1890; Hon. Sec., Magd. Coll. 
Asstxiation Football Club ; pla5'ed in Camb. Association Senior's Match ; and 
for Derby County, 1890-91 ; Pepys Prize and Foundation Scholp.. Magd. 
Coll. Camb., 1891 ; Captain of hi.s Coll. Football Club ; played for his Univ., 
1892; B.A. (1st Division, 3rd Class Cla.ssical Tripos), 1892. Kept a SchcK»l at 
Clifton, near Ashbourne. Manor House, Trent. Sherborne^ Somerset. 

KYMPTON, John Dawson (Jan., i886). 

Son of J. G. Kympton, Mining Engineer, 93, Friar Gate, Derby. 

■*MALLAM, Herbert E. (Jan., i886), b. lo Dec, 1873. 

Son of Hev. Benjamin Mallam, M.A., Hector of Poole Keyn€*s, Ciren- 
cester. Schoolmaster. Sywell House^ lihyU N.W. 

^ROGERS, Frank Hy. Edward (Jan., 1886, to 1888), b. May. 
1873. 

Son of Dr. Frank (George .\iigustus Rogers, Alrewas, Staffs. Business, 

Loinion. 

^ROGERS, Walter George (Jan., 1886, to 1888), b. Aug., 1874. 

Brother o^ above. Surgeon ; L.S.A. 214, Castle lioad, Cardiff. 

♦SMITH, Hugh Edgar (Jan., 1886). 

Son of J. Smith, Loxwood House, Denmark Hill, London. S.K. 

*SMmi, Cyril George (Jan., 1886). 

Brother of above. 

*SMIT11, Roland Alexander (Jan., 1886). 

Brother of above. F. XI. ; won the A-mile Handicap, School Sjrort*;. 

1886. 

SUTHERLAND, George Humphreys Vivian (Jan., 1886, to Aug., 
1891), b. 24 Feb., 1873. 

Son of (ieorge Sutherland, Town Councillor, Arboretum Square, Derby ; 

Head Master, St. Andrew's School, Derby. New Coll., Ox., 1892 ; Hrd CMa.«4s 

Hons. in Lit. Hum. Mods., 1894; B.A. (3rd Class Hons. in Lit. Hum.. Fiaal 
Schools), 189G. Inner Temple ; called to the Bar, 1898. Clerk in the Offit-e 
of Land Registry. 4, ClemenVs Inn^ Strand^ W.C. 

THOMPSON, Sydney (Jan., 1886, to 1889), b. 10 July, 1873. 

Son of late (icorge Thompson, Borough Surveyor and Archit«Mt, 65. 

Uttoxeter New Koad, Derby. Manager of Messrs. Sidney tt Co., City 

Road Mills, Derby. 2, Beljjer Boad, Derby. 

*WARDELL, Arthur F. Gregson (May, 1886, to July, 1888), 
b. 17 Mar., 1875. 

Son of Rev. William Henry Wardell, M.A., Rector of St. Giles'. Col- 

(ihester. B.A. (Lond.). Assistant Master, "Wynyard School, "Watford. 

Herts., 1893-99. 

*CRONDACE, Frederick George Dacre (May, 1886). 

Son of Thomas Dacre Crondace, Mining Engineer, The Elms, Wiugtield, 

CO. Derby ; now, 2, Fairfield Road, Chesterfield. F. XL, 1888. 2, FairjieUl 

Roadf Ckesterjiehl. 

*YOUNG, Hy. Alfred (May, 1886), b. 1867. 

Son of Rt. Hon. Lord George Young, Lord Advocate and Solicitor- 
(ieneral for Scotland, Silverknowe, Cramond, Midlothian, and 28, Moray 
Place, Edinburgh. Captain, Royal Artillery, 1899. Assistant Superin- 
tendent, (tuu Carriage Factor}'. 

^STILLINGFLEET, C. Harold (May, 1886). 

Son of Rev. H. Stillingfleet, M.A., Rector of Hampton Bishop. Hert- 
ford. 



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♦MORTON, Howard Conyers (Sept., 1886, to Aug., 1889), b. 15 
Sept., 1872. 

Son of late E. Morton, Argyle Villa, Highfield, Scarborough, and 6, Park 

Row. Hull. HouRO Scholp., 1886; F. XI.; C. XL, 1888. Selwyn Coll., 

Camb., 1889 ; B.A. (Junior Opt., Mathem. Tripos), 1892. Ordained, 1894 ; 
Curate of Penarth, (Tlamorganfihire, 1894; M.A. 1896. Master at Penarth 
School. 

♦COCKSHOTT, (VEORaK (Sept., 1886, to July, 1888), b. 5 Dec, 
1871. 

Son of Rev. G. Cockshott, Vicar of St. Simon's, South Shields. 

Served in Brabant's Home during the Transvaal War. 17, Kedleafon lioatl, 
Derby. 

LOVICK, Robert Vincent (Sept., 1886). 

Sou of S. Lovick, 0.1)., Hill View, Burton Road, Derby. 

*0L1)HAM, George William Newett (Sept., 1886, to Aug., 
1890), b. 26 June, 1873. 

Son of Thomas Oldham, O.D., Chemist, High Street, Towcester. 

School Scholp., 1896 ; F. XL ; C. XL, 1889 ; House Scholp., 1889. Passed tlie 
Min. Exam, of the Pharmaceutical Society, 1895. Chemist. Muizenbery, 
Cape Colony. 

PITZROY, Hy. Somerset (Sept., 1886, to Aug., 1889), b. 14 
Feb., 1870. 

Son of Henry Fitzroy, 6, Alexander Villas, London Road, Derby. 

Open Mathem. Scholp., Trin. Hall, Camb., 1888; won the Mile Open, 
School Sports, 1889. Trin. Hall, Camb., 1889 ; Foundation Scholp.. 1»90 : 
Senior Opt., Mathem. Tripos, 1892; 1st Class Law Tripos (Part II.), 1893; 
B.A. ; LL.B. Ordained, 1893 ; Curate of St. Andrew's, Netherton, Diocese 
of Worcester; M.A. ; Chaplain and Naval Instructor on board H.M.S. 
Bepuhey in the Channel Squadron, 1897 ; now H.M.S. Charybdia. 

FITZROY, Frederick George Augustus (Sept., 1886, to Aug., 
1889), b. 23 April, 1873. 

Brother of above. 

MARSDEN, William Hy. Milnes (Sept., 1886, to 1889), b. 10 
Sept., 187 3. 

Son of Aid. W. H. Marsden, Mile Ash House, Derby. Went to Repton 

School. Solicitor, Royal Chambers, Corn Market, Derby. Mile Ash^ 
Derby. 

*HILL, George (Sept., 1886); d. 14 Sept., 1899. 

(Juardian : W. Footman, Lutterworth. C. XL, 1887. Was killed by a 

fall from his horse at Lutterworth. 

♦GREEN, W^TLFRED Gerard K. (Sept., 1886, to April, 1890), b. 
1872. 

Son of Rev. Alfred John Morgan Green, M.A., Rector of Castle Caer- 

einion, Welshpool. Won the 200 yards Handicap Swimming Race, 1888 ; 

House Scholp., 1889. Commission in East Yorks. Regt., 1896. Staff Corps, 
India . 

*WHEATCROFT, Joseph Albert (Sept., 1886, to J)ec., 1890), 
b. 19 July, 1875. 

Son of George H. Wheatcroft, Manufacturer, Waltham House, Wirks- 
worth, Ashaytnhe Uouae^ Wirkxivoith. 

BOAM, Montagu Charles (Sept., 1886, to Dec, 1889), b. i Julv, 
1873. 

Son of Thomas H. Boam, Colliery Proprietor, Normanton Road. Derby. 

F. XL, 1889. Played Football for Norfolk v. Essex, 1892; for Norfolk r. 

Royal .<\rsenal, 1893. King's Lynn. 



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DEELKY, Douglas (bept., i«86, to Dec, 1889), b. 7 April, 
1874. 

Sou of Richard Mountford Deeley, AccountAiit, Parkfield Villa, Stafford 
Street, Derby. Reporter, Derby Express. 

♦FAWSSETT, Maurice R. (Sept., 1886), b. n May, 1875. 

Sou of Rev. John Barratt Fawssett, M.A., Rector of Laughton. Leics. 

Keble Coll., Ox., B.A. 1900. Senior Assistant Master at Greenhill 

School, Moseley^ Birmingham. 

♦HALLIDAY, John Wallace Guy (1886, to Auf(., 1890), b. 28 
Feb., 1 871. 

Son of Mrs. Halliday. Ty (iwyn, Chirk, North Wales. F. XI. (Capt.). 

1B39 ; won the Long Jump and Hurdles, School Sports, 1889 and 1890. Open 
Natural Science Scholp., Caius Coll., Camb., 1890 ; Foundation Scholp., 1891 ; 
Second £xh.. Natural Science, 1891 ; B.A. (3rd Class, Natural Science Tripos), 
1893. Science Master, Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough, 1893; Science 
Master, Trin. Coll., Stratford-on-.\von, 1895; M.A. 1898; Science Master, 
Oakham School. 

*DAVIS, William Cecil (Jan., 1887, to April, 1890), b. 17 Jan., 
1872. 

Son of Colonel L. A. Davis, G, Duchess Road, Clifton, near Bristol, 

and Holme Lea, Lyme Regis, Dorset. F. XI. ; Capt. of Cadet Corps, 1889. 

Siddra Bunoos Estate, Koppa, Mysore Frovhice, East Intlia. 

HILL, Adrian Tom Coke (Jan., 1887, to Aug., 1891), b. 24 
June, 1874. 

Son of Thomas Hill, Solicitor. 3, Grove Bank, Duflield Road, Derby. 

Won the 600 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1889; F. XL. 1890; Throwing 
the Crickt't Ball, the 600 yards Open, the |-mile Open, and the mile Open, 
School Sports, 1891. Passed Prel. Law Exam., 1691. Now in America. 

JERRAM, Robert Radford .(Jan., 1887, to Dec, 1891), b. 24 
Dec, 1875. 

Son of late Edward Jerram, Park Hill, Normanton Road, Derby. 

Clerk, Crompton <k Evans' Bank, Derby. 

MELLOR, Percy IIassall (Jan., 1887, to Dec, 1891), b. 26 
Aug., 1875. 

Son of George Mellor, Head of a Department, Midland Railway, 2. Grove 

Terrace, Derby. Rowland Scholp., 1889. Engineer at Burton. Woodvdle^ 

Burton-on-Trent. 

MUGLISTON, WiLLL\M Lo\^E (Jan., 1887, to June, 1892), b. 
21 Feb., 1875. 

Son of William Lowe Mugliston, Hartington Street, Derby ; late Assistant 

Manager, now Superintendent, of the Line, Midland Railway. House 

Scholp., 1888 ; F. XL, 1891 Assistant District Locomotive Superintendent. 
Midland Railway, Lancaster. 

V AUG I IAN, Frederick Lloyd (Jan., 1887, to Dec, 1891), b. 25 
Mar., 1 871). 

Son of Herbert Vaughan. 26, Cambniy, Cheltenham, and Brynog 
Talsam, South Wales. Oymore, Man/toti, Manitoba^ Canada. 

♦WAISTELL, Percy Hugh (Jan., 1887, to Julv, 1893), b. 8 April, 
•875. 

Son of Cliarles Waistell, Solicitor, Northallerton, lorks. Chorister 

Kxh., 1889; F. XI. (Capt.), 1892-93; C. XL; Capt. of Cadet Corps, 1893. 
Caius Coll., Camb., 1893. Heath Breiveiy, loathe t. 

*TODD, Charles Forbes (May, 1887). 

Son of E. Todd. Manufacturer, Buckley's Instate, St. Kitts, West 
Indies. 

♦OSBORNE, John E. Howe (May, 1887). 

Sou of J. Osborne, Breckongill Lodge, Middleham, Yorks. 



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TAYLOR, Frederick George (May, 1887, to April, 1891), b. 
23 Mar., 1873. 

Sou of John Taylor, Veterinary Surgeon, Ivy Lodge, Osuiaflton Road, 
Derby. Solicitor, 1898. With Mr. Briggs, Derhij. 

♦MORTON, Edward Seymour Leslie (May, 1887). 

Son of late — Morton, 46, Ratclifife Road, South Kensington. 

HILL, John Benjamin Bishop (May, 1887, to May, 1889). 

Son of J. Hill, Land Agent, Church House, Severn Stoke. F. XI. ; 

C XI., 1887; Rowland Scholp. Passed Intermediate Law P^xam., 1893. 
Solicitor, 1895. 24, Sansovie Street, Great Malvern, Worcefster. 

*8TALEY, John Anderson (May, 1887, to Auf^;., 1891), b. 31 
Aug., 1872. 

Son of John Thomas Staley, North Collingham, Newark-oii-Trent. 

C XL, 1891 ; won the 100 yards Open and the 220 yards Handicap, School 
Sports, 1891. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1891 ; B.A. (3rd Class Natural Science 
Tripos), 1894 ; M.A. 1898. Science Master at Market Rasen School ; since 
1H9H, Science Master at Sandbach School. 

♦HKXNETT, Arthur Cooper (May, 1887, to Aug., 1890), b. 14 
Nov., 1 87 1. Dead. 

Son of F. C. Hennett, Llanelly, Caermarthen. F. XL. 1888. Open 

Math'em. Scholp., St. Cath. Coll., Camb., 1890 ; slaved Football for his Coll., 
1890 ; B.A. (Junior Opt.), 1893. Died at Bermuda. 

*HOWES, Robert Rhodes Reed Barrett (Sept., 1887, to Nov., 
1890), b. 24 Mar., 1875. 

Sou of Major E. J. Howes, Ruby Lodge, West Winch, King's Lynn, 

Norfolk. C.XL Trin. Coll., Dublin, B.A. (3rd in Ist Class) 1896; M.A. 

and LL.B., 1899; LL.D. (1st in the list), 1900. Tutor. West Winch, Kiug'a 
Lynn, Norfolk. 

♦MKYNELL, Godfrey (Sept., 1887, to Feb., 1889), b. 19 Aug., 1870. 

Son of Godfrey F. Meynell, J. P., Meynell Langley, co. Derby. F. XL 

iioyal Military CoU., Sandhurst, 1889; Lieut., Shropshire Light Infantry, 
ls92; passed Exam, in Native Languages; A.D.C. to Sir, Baker Russell's 
Staff, Portsmouth, 1899; Captain, 1899. Appointed to Staff College, 1900. 

♦WRIGHT, Richard Patterson (Sept., 1887, to Aug., 1891), b. 
S Nov., 1873. 

Sou of William Wright, J.P., Fiskerton Manor, Newark. Notts. 

C. XL, 1890. 

ROBINS, James Gerard (Sept., 1887, to April, 1894), b. 9 April, 
1878. 

Son of James J. Robins, Engineer, Manager of Phcenix Fomidry, 
10, Vernon Street, Derby. Crompton & Evans' Bank, Derby. 

*PAISSEAU, Edouard (Sept., 1887, to 1888), b. 1871. 

Son of Louis Paisseau, Ncgociant, rue Jnlieu Lacroix, Paris. Suc- 
ceeded his father in Paris. 

*PERSSE, Joseph Dudley (Jan., 1888). 

Son of Major W. N. Persse, Wellesley Terrace, Dover. F. XL, 1889. 

Primrose Club, London. 

*PICKTHALL, Robert John (Jan., 1888, to Aug., 1889),!). 6 Dec, 
1873. 

Son of John Pickthall, East Mount, Barrow-in-Fnrness. 

♦HIGGINBOTHAM, Thomas Edward (Jan., 1888, to Aug., 1890), 
b. 21 April, 1870. 

Son of the late — Higginbotham, Park House. Maccleslield. C. XI. ; 

F. XL ; won the Diving Test, 1888-89 ; Prize for Throwing the Cricket liall 
(record, 107 yds. 1 ft. 7 in.), and High Jump, School Sports, 1889 ; won the 
Mile, School Sports, 1890. Park House, Marclesjicld. 



122 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. :i888 

♦WRIGHT, Hy. Coram (Jan., 1888, to May, 1889), b. 1869. 

Son of J. Wright, Cumberland House, Parsonstowii, Ireland. F. XI. 

Successful in Literary Exam, for Lieutenants of Militia, 1889 ; passed tht* 
"Further," 1891 ; Commission, Royal Irish Rifles, 1892. South Africa. 

*TOMS, Harold Woodman (Jan., 1888, to Aug., 1891), b. 3 Oct., 
1872. 

(ruardian and Stepfather: E. Morten, Barrister, The Elms, Ilamptoii- 
on-Thames. C. XI., 1889. Pas.sod Prel. Exam., Royal Military Coil- 
Sandhurst, 1890. 6, Aatirood lioad, London^ S.W. 

BRIDDON, Albert Joseph W. (Jan., 1888). 

Son of Samuel Briddon, 235, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

SHEPHERD, Joseph Hy. (Jan., 1888). 

Sou of Samuel Shepherd, 129. Carrington Street, Derby. 

LEECH, Charles H. Turner (Jan., 1888, to Dec, 1890). 

Son of Aid. Charles Leech, Manufacturer, Oaklands, DufBeld Road. 
Derby. Spojidun. 

♦WARLOW, Robert Picton (May, 1888, to Dec, 1890), b. 28 
June, 1873. 

Son of Colonel John Picton Warlow (now Turberville), J.P., Sal«stoii 

House, Brid^'end, (Glamorganshire. C. XI. ; won the 220 yards Handicap. 

4-mile Handicap, and lOti yards Open, School Sports, 1889; F. XI. (Capt.). 
1890; won the J-mile, 220 yards Handicap, 100 yards Open, and High Jump. 
School Sports. 181K). Passed the Prel. Exam., Royal Military Coll.. Sand- 
hurst, 1890. Matntc Estate, Mutate, Ceylon. 

*HEATH, Charles Edward (June, i888, to Aug., 1892), b. 28 
Mar., 1873. 

Son of William FitzHenry Heath, Civil Engineer, Albert Villa, 

RochcKter. Prel. Exam., Hoyal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1889; won 

the Hij<h and JiOng Jumps, and Hurdles, School Sports, 1891 ; F. XI- : 
Captain Cadet Corps, 1891-92. Won the Shield for Rifle Comuetitioii 
between the Officers of his Battalion, 1893-94 ; Lieutenant, 8r(i Batt. 
(Militia) Derbyshire Ke^t., 1894; Captain, 1897. Army Tutor. 

STOKES, Mark (Sept., 1888). 

Son of W. Stokes. Manufacturer, The Gables, Mickleover. Aliastot, 

MILLS, Alfred Edward (Sept., 1888, to Dec, 1892), b. 15 Oct., 
1875. Dead. 

Son of Thomas Mills, 15, St. James' Road, Derby. Rowland Scholp.. 

1888. Died of Consumption, 12 Sept., 1894. 

MATHER, — . 

Obtained a House Scholp., 1888. 

♦GILBERT, Harold William (Sept., 1888, to Aug., 1890), b. 22 
May, 1873. 

Son of W. J. (Gilbert, Cashier, Ind, Coope & Co., Burton, 7, Hartiugtou 
Street, Derby. — - Qualified as an Architect at Worcester. Now with 
W. Swindell, O.D., Architect, Derby. 

♦ROGERS, GEORciE Wilfred Blencoe (Sept., 1888, to July, 
1893), ^- ^o June, 1876. 

Son of (jeor^re W. Kof^ers. Brewer, Manor House, Cannock. F. XL; 

C. XI., 1891 ; won the Hi^'h Jumj), School Sports, 1892-93; the 600 yards 
Open, School Sports. 1893. Brewer. Camiock. 

♦ROGERS, Robert Cave (Sept., 1888, to July, 1893), b. 4 '^"^^^ 
1877. 

Brother of above. - ('. XI. (Capt.); F. XI.; won the Pole Jump. 
chool Sports, 1893. Brewer. Cannock. 



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*ORTON, Ernest Frederick (Sept., 1888, to Aug., 1892), b. 27 
April, 1874. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Ortoii, M.A., Crowboro' Cross, Sussex. F. XL, 

1891 ; C. XL ; won the Pole Jump, Hurdles, and J-mile, School Sports, 1892. 
Royal Military Coll., 1892; Prize for highest possible score at 500 yards, 1892; 
Ist Royal Military Coll. Rifle, 1898; passed out 4th in Hons. : Lieut., Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers. 1894 ; 2 First Prizes for Rifle Shooting. Won the Oflicers' 
Revolver Competition, Qnetta, 1894-96 ; one of the Team winning the Polo 
Touruament, Bombay, 1895. Passed Exam, in Native Languages during 
the first 18 months of his residence in India in the following : Lower and 
Higher Standard Hindustani ; Lower and Higher Standard Beloochistani ; 
Lower Pushtoo, 1896. Sailed for China, 1900; mentioned in Lieut.-General 
Sir Alfred (laselee's Despatch, (iazette, Sept. 13, 1901. 

*MELLOR, William Gilbert (Sept., 1888, to Dec, 1892), b. 17 
Aug., 1874. 

Son of J. G. Mellor, Chemist, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire. Rowland 

Scholp.. 1889; F. XI. (Capt.), 1892; C. XL; won the Long Jump, the 600 
vards Open, and the Mile, School Sports, 1892. Open Scholp. Exh.. Jesus 
Coll., Carab.. 1892. 

♦OSBORNE, RicH.\RD Sydney (Sept., 1888, to Aug., 1891), b. 26 
June, 1873. 

Son of John H. Osborne, Breckongill Lodge, Middleham, Yorks. 

F. XL; C. XI. (Capt.), 1890-91. St. Mary's Hospital, 1892; played Football 
for St. Mary's Hospital, 1898-94; M.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P., 1898. Surgeon 
to H.M.S. WiUllire, March. 1899; T(nnar\ and since Feb. 20, 1900, the 
Hohiu. 

*BROWN, Arthur Edward (Sept., 1888, to Aug.j 1891), b. 30 
Oct., 1872. 

Sou of John Brown, Lieut.-Colonel in the Armj% 27, Hughenden Avenue, 

Antrim Road, Belfast, and 44, Grosvenor Road, Rathgar, Dublin. House 

Scholp., 1888 ; passed Woolwich Prel. Exam., 1888 ; C!. XL, 1889 ; F. XL, 
1890. Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1891 ; in the Ist Ride on Duke's 
Day. 1892 ; Lieut.. 2nd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, " Old Toughs," 1893 ; 
Captain, 1899. The CastJe, Duhlin, 

♦HEATHCOTE, Charles Frank (Sept., 1888, to Dec, 1893), ^^ 
16 Dec, 1875. 

Son of Col. C. (t. Heathcote, Whittington, near Lichfield. F. XL, 

1892; passed the Prel. Exam., Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, Dec, 1892. 
Won the Mile Opi'n, School Sports, 1893. Joined the Cape Mounted Rifle 
Police. 

♦CHADWICK, Hector Murray (Jan., 1889, to Aug., 1890), b. 
26 Sept., 1873. 

Son of Edmund Leach Chadwick, Manufacturer, Albert Terrace, Drake 

Street, Rochdale House Scholp., 1889 ; won the 600 yards Handicap, 

School Sports, 1890. c/o Sefjores Leach Hermanos & Cia, Salta^ Argentine 
Republic. 

♦BROADBENT, Percy Goolden A. (Jan., 1889, to Aug., 1889). 

Son of the late — Broadbent, Olinda, Chepstowe Rise, Croydon. 



Keble Coll., Ox., 1890; B.A. 1894; played in Ox. Freshmen's Match, 1894. 
Master at Appuldurcombe, Isle of Wight, 1896 ; now Master, Warren Hill 
School, Eaathuurjie. 

BIDDLE, Charles (Jan., 1889, to Aug., 1891), b. i May, 1872. 

Son of John Biddle, Chaddesden, co. Derby. C. XL, 1889. Open 

Mathem. Scholp., Queens' Coll., Camb., 1891 ; played Cricket for his Coll.. 
1898-93; B.A. (Part II., Law Tripos), 1894. Journalist, 44, Nepszinhdr 
Utera^ Budapest. 

BUCKLAND, R. V. 

Was with Dr. Jameson at the Battle of Krugersdorp. 



124 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1838 



5ames TR. SternDale-33ennett, /D.a., Ibeai) Obastct, 

1889-1898. 



*JOURDAIN, Henry Francis Newdigate (May, 1889, to Aug., 
1 89 1, b. 27 Mar., 1872. 

Son of iiev. Francis Jourdain, M.A., The Vicarage, Ashbourne. 

F. XI., 1890. Passed into Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1891 ; Captain in 
Connanght Bangers, 1900. South Africa. 

OWEN, Percy Drysdale (May, 1889, to July, 1893), b. 24 June, 
1876. 

Son of Rev. J. Stanley Owen, St. Alkmund's Viciirage, Derby. Late 

Cook's Tourist Office, London and Genoa. Now in henson'K Shakespearian 
Company. 

WHEATCROFT, Herbert Ashcombe (May, 1889, to Dec, 1891), 
b, 24 Oct., 1877. 

Son of George H. Wheatcroft, Waltham House, \Virk«worth. Mertou 

Coll., Ox. , B.A. 1899. 

♦BENNETT, John Sterndale- (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1897), 
b. 10 Sept., 1879. 

Son of J. R. Sterndale-Bennett, M.A., Head Master of Derby School. 

C. XI. ; F. XI. ; Captain of Cadet Corps, 1896 ; won the j-mile Open and 
the Mile, School Sports, 1897. St. John's Coll., Camb., 1897; won the 
3 miles Handicap, 1898, and the Mile at his Coll. Sports, 1899 ; President of 
St. John's Athletic Club; passed General Exam., 1899. Commission in 
Worcester Regt., 1900; Indian StaflF, 1901. 

♦BENNETT, Robert Sterndale- (Sept., 1889, to April, 1897), 
b. 12 Sept., 1880. 

Brother of above. F. XI., 1896. Certificate, R.A.M., Pianoforte 

(Senior Division, with distinction), 1896; Associate R.C.M., Easter, 19U0. 
Stewart of Rannoch Open Univ. Scholp. for Sacred Music, St. John's Coll.» 
Cambridge, 1901. 

BOAM, Harold (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1896), b. 14 Jan., 1880. 

Son of Thomas H. Boam, Merchant, Normanton Road, Derby. 

♦CHADWICK, Thomas Lionel (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1892), b. 
30 July, 1874. 

Son of Edmund Leach Chad wick, Albert Terrace, Rochdale. Whit- 
worth Scholp., 1889; C. XI., 1891. Open Scholp. (Classics), Magd. Coll., 
Camb., 1892; played Cricket for his Coll., 1892-3; Prizeman; B.A. (iRt 
Division, Qnd. Class, Classical Tripos), 1895. 

COPE, Herbert Ambrose (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1S95), b. ^^ 
Aug., 1879. 

Son of John Ambrose Cope, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Ashbourne Road, 

Derby. Ist Class, London Matriculation Exam., 1897; B.Sc. (Hons.), 

Owens Coll., 1900, Manchester. 

FLINT, Abram Regin.\ld (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1894), b. 26 
Sept., 1876. 

Son of Abram John Flint, Solicitor, 149, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 
F. XI., 1893. Solicitor, 1899. Westmijister Buildings, Crewe. 



1889: THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 126 

GOLDIK, Lionel Dashwood (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1890), b. 4 
Jan., 1875. 

Son of Rev. Alex. Robert Goldie, M.A., Thurlstone Grange, near Derby. 
Gas Light and Coke Co., Westminster, London. 

(tOLDIE, Edward Orwell (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1890), b. 16 
Feb., 1877. 

Urothor of above. Chorister Exh., 1889. Gas Light and Coke Co., 

Westrftinittr, London, 

GOLDIE, Henry Mountford (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1892), b. 8 
Feb., 1878. 

Urother of above. Northumberland Hussar Yeomanry. South Africa. 

GREAVES, Francis Ley Augustus (Sept., 1889, to May, 1892), 
b. 4 July, 1874. 

Son of Dr. Charles Augustus Greaves, O.D., Physician, 84, Friar Gate, 

Derby. Passed Elementary Exam., Biology, Roj^al Coll. Physicians and 

Surgeons, 1893 ; passed Prel. Science Exam., London Univ., 1894 ; M.R.C.S. 
and L.R.C.P., 1897-98. House Surgeon, St. Thomas' Hospital, London, 1898. 
House Surgeon, Royal Infirmary, Derby. 

GUEAVES, (-HAHLKS Clifford (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1892), b. 
10 Feb., 1876. 

Brother of above. Parr'R Bank, Ltd., Derby. 

HUTTON, Kenneth Lewis (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1891), b. 13 
Mar., 1876. 

Son of Sarah Hutton, 70, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. Civil Engineer. 

58, liosehery Gardens, Harringay Park, London, N. 

♦JONES, William Hy. Byrom (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1892), b. 
2 Oct., 1874. 

Son of Thomas Jones, Solicitor, Westwood Terrace, Leek. F. XI.. 

1890. Jesus Coll.. Camb., 1892. 

*JONES, Victor Dryden Gerrard (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1892), 
b. 30 Oct., 1877. 

Brother of above. 

♦JOURDAIN, Frederick Nevill (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1889), b. 
2 May, 1873. 

Son of R. Jourdain, Sonthgate Boad, Bowes Park, London, N. 
P. XI. 

♦MAPPLEBECK, George Ho>yARD (Sept., 1889, to April, 1894), 
b. 9 Jan., 1877. 

Son of W. Battv Mapplebcok. Kxhall House, Exhall, near Coventry. 

Won the Mile. School Sports. 1894. Exhall, Coventry. 

MARTIN, William Henry (Sept., 1889, to May, 1892), b. 26 
July, 1875. 

Son of W. H. Martin, Manufacturer, 25, Iron Gate, Derby. With his 

father. 

MARTIN, Charles Belford (Sept., 1889, to May, 1892 ; re- 
entered Sept., 1895, to April, 1896). 

Son of Rev. William Martin, B.A., St. Chad's Vicarage, Derby. 

Bank of Africa. Cape Town. 

MARTIN, William Neville (Sept., i88\ to May, 1892), b. 31 
Jan., 1880. 

Brother of above. Queens' Coll., Camb. 



126 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

*ORTON, Cecil Alfred (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1893; re-entered 
Sept., 1895, to April, 1896), b. 29 Sept., 1875. 

Son of llev. Frederick Orton, M.A.. Rector of Swyre, Dorset. 

Chorister Exh., 1889; won the A-mile Handicap, School Sports, 1891; 
C. XI.; F. XI., 1892; played Football for North Oxfordshire v. South 
Oxfordshire, 1895. Articled to an Architect at Banbury. Capo Mounted 
Rifles ; obtained a Commission, on the recommendation of Lord Roberts, in 
the Royal Field Artillery, 1900. 

SMITH, James Cowlishaw (Sept., 1889, lo Dec, 1891), b. 14 
April, 1873. 

Son of Joseph H. Smith, Landowner, Draycott Fields, near Derby. 

Caius Coll., Camb., 1892 ; rowed for his Coll. 1st, 1893 ; shot for Camb. VIII., 
1893; won two Challenge Cups in connection with the C.U.R.V. ; Exh., 
Caius Coll., Camb. ; B.A. (2nd Class Mediaeval an'd Modern Language 
Tripos) ; LL.B. (Hons., Law Tripos), 1895 ; passed Indian Civil Service 
Exam. India. 

SOWTER, Geoffrey Smart (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1895), ^- 25 
Jan., 1879. 

Son of Aid. Unwin Sowter, CD., Duffield Road, Derby ; Mayor of Derby, 
1879-80. C. XI., 1895. Maltster. Derby. 

WILSON, Hugh Christopher (Sept., 1889, to Aufi:., 1892), b. 
7 Oct., 1874. 

Son of Arthur Wilson, M.A., J. P., 30, Ashbourne Koad, Derby. 

Chorister Exh., 1889; C. XI.; F. XI., 1891. Three Bronze Medals, R. A.M., 
1893 ; Three Silver Medals, R.A.M. (Pianoforte, Harmony, and Si^ht 
Singing:), 1894; Three Certificates, U.A.M. (Pianoforte, Harmonv, and Si^ht 
Singing); MENDELSSOHN SCHOLAR, 1895; re-elected Mendelssohn 
Scholar, 1898. Late Musical Director of Mr. Benson's Shakespearian Com- 
pany. Associate, R.A.M. , 1901. Composer of " Suite for String Orchestra *' ; 
two " String Quartettes," Suite for Pianoforte ; Incidental Music to 
"King Lear"; Overture to "King Arthur": " Trois Petits Morceaux/' 
for Violin. Songs : " Rest in Peace " ; ** If we may not Meet " ; " Come 
Away, Death," and many others. 4, Graifs Inn Square, London. 

WILSON, J-\M>:s Anthony (Sept., 1889, to Aug., 1895), b. 3 Feb., 
1877. 

Brother of above. C. XI.; P. XI., 1892; won the ^-mile Handicap, 

100 yards Open, and 220 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1892; the 100 
yards Open, 1895. Architect with Mr. (4. F. liodley. 4, Gray^s Inn Sqnarr', 
London. 

SHKRWIN, George (Sept., 1889, to April, 1891), b. 9 Jan., 
1876. 

Son of John Sherwin, 2, Parker Street. Derby. Chorister Exh., 

1889. 

WALKER, Frederick (Sept., 1889, to Dec, 1890), b. 23 Nov., 
1874. 

Son of John Walker, Chartered Accountant, 8, Gower Street, Derby. 

Chartered Accountant, 1897. Clerk to the Governing Kody of Derby 

School. Full Street and Gower Street, Derby. 

BOWRING, Charles Stuart (Jan., 1890, to Aug., 1898), b. 20 
May, 1880. 

Son of Sir Clement C. Bowriug, O.D., J. P., Park Grange, Duffield lload, 

Derby. Trin. ('oil., Camb., 1898; passed 1st Class in General Exam.. 1899; 

H.A. (1st Class Law Special, Part I. ; 2nd on the list), 1901. 

COX, Thomas Reginald (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1895), b. 18 Nov., 
1879. 

Son of Thomas Cox, Merchant, Priar Gate, Derby. Birmingham and 

Dudley Bank. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 127 

CUTTING, James Butler (Jan., 1890, to April, 1891), b. 12 
Nov., 1877. 

Son of George Cutting, 96, Uttoxeter New Hoad, Derby. Klectrioal 

Engineer. Parliament Street, Derby. 

CUTTING, George Hawkins (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1890), b. 27 
Sept., 1874. 

Brother of above. Electrical Engineer. Ijecturer at the Technical 

Coll., Derby, 1899. 

*FORD, Arthur Herbert (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1890), b. 15 June, 
1875. 

Son of Edmund Ford, 102, Beaufort Street. Fulham Hoad, London, S.W. 

*FOX, Edward Hy. Hamilton (Jan., 1890, to Aug., 1894), b. 29 
Sept., 1879. 

Son of Rev. Charles James Fox, Little I'iaton Vicarage. 

*GROVES, Frederick Valentine (Jan., 1890, to Api;il, 1891), b. 
14 Feb., 1874. 

Son of the late G. Groves, Solicitor, Middleham, Yorks. Middleham 

Bank, Yorkshire. 

GUILMANT, William (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1890), b. 28 Mar., 
1874. 

Son of Henri Louis Jean-Baptiste GuihnHiit, li.A., Master at Repton 

School, 24, Hartington Street, Deroy. Won the *-mile Handicap, School 

S{K>rts, 1890. Articled to Messrs. Walker & Slater, Derby. 

LINGARD, Charles Edward (Jan., 1890), b. 22 Sept., 1875. 

Son of J. E. Lingard, O.D., Civil Engineer and Surveyor. 5, Normanton 
Uoiid, Derby. At Crompton & Evans' Bank. Derby. 

LIN(iARD, James Walls (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1892), b. 2 Nov., 
1876. 

Brother of above. At Crompton & Evans' Bank, Swadlincote. 

Joined the Yeomanry contingent for South Africa, 1900. 

LLOYD-OWEN, Godfrey (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1890). 

Son of E. Lloyd-Owen, Colliery Manager, Kilburri Colliery, Derby. 

M.\HSHALL, Norman Alexander (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1891), 
b. 25 Sept., 1874. 

Son of Frank A. Marshall, Friarfield, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

F. XI., 1891. Burton Union Bank, Burton. 

MEAKIN, William James (Jan., 1S90, to April, 1893), b. 18 
Sept., 1877. 

Son of Edmund Horatio Meakin, Cliatsworth Villa, Rose Hill Street, 
Derby. At Crompton & Evans' Bank, Derby. 

MUGLISTON, Howard (Jan., 1890, to Auf<., 1895), b. 29 May, 
1878. 

Son of William Lowe Mugliston, Superintendeiit of the Line, Midland 
Railway. Cook's Tourist Office, Paris. 

MUGLISTON, Albert James (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1893), b. 24 
Dec, 1876. 

Brother of above. Farming, Orkbrook. 

SMITH, John Alfred (Jan., 1890. to Dec, 1892), b. 25 Oct., 
1875. 

Son of Alfred Smith, 48, Hartington Street, Derby. With Messrs. 

IVgg it Co., Ltd., Morledge, Derby. 



128 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

STONES, Francis Dawbarn (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1892), 1). 30 
Jan., 1878. 

Son of Thomas Stones. aO, Duffield Road, Derby ; afterwards. The Villa, 
Matlock Bath. Articled to Mr. Hart, Accountant, Derby. 

STONES, Gerard Cunliffe (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1892). h. 31 
July, 1879. 

Brother of above. Cronipton tt Kvans' hank, Vttoxetei'. 

WALKER, C'harlks (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1892), b. 18 Julv, 
1876. 

Son of John Walker, Chartered Accountant, H, Gower Street. Derby. 
Late Merchant Navy. Farming in New Zealand. 

WELCH, Harry Foster (Jan., 1890, to Dec, 1890), b. 19 Feb.. 

Son of Laura Cotton Welch, 81, Friar Gate, Derby.^ C. XL, 1H90. 

London aiul City Bank, Sub-Manager of Aldershot Branch. Proitpert Honnr. 
Sevenoaku, Kent. 

IJATTERBliY, J. (April, 1890, to May, 1891). 

Son of Thomas Battersby, The Hollies, Kedlestou Road. Dnby. 

Dnhoich. 

CLAYTON, Thom.vs George (April, 1890, to July, 1S94), b. 9 
Aug., 1879. 

Son of Thomas (rething Clayton, The Grange, Normanton - by-Derby ; 

Superintendent of Carriage Department, Midland Railway. Removed to 

Uppingham School. Midland Railway. 

HUGHES, Joseph Edward (April, 1890, to Dec, 1895), b. 29 
Sept., 1876. 

Son of Rev. .Joseph Hughes, li.A., Vicar of Chellaston. Qut-ens* Coll., 

Camb., 1897. 

IjEGGE, Reginald Sholto Douglas (April, 1890, to April, 1893), 
b. 5 Feb., 1876. 

Son of William Legge, J.P., Surgeon, 45, Friar Gate, Derby. F. XL. 

189*2. The ** Union " Insurance Office, London. 

MARSDEN, John Hy. Frank (April, 1890, to Dec, 1892), b. 26 
Feb., 1878. 

Soil of Aid. William H. Marsdeu, Mayor of Derby in 1892-93. Mile Ash 

House. Derby. Went to Repton. In business with his father. Took, in 

1901, a contingent of Derby Volunteers to South Africa, where he has biHMi 
granted the temporary rank of Lieut, in the Army. 

NEWBOLD, Thom.\s Clifford (April, 1890, to Aug., 1892), b. 
23 Dec, 1876. 

Son of Aid. James William Newbold, Mayor of Derby in 1888, (irovc- 

Villas, Derby. F. XL ; C. XL, 1892. Took, as Captain of Volunteers, a 

contingent of Derby men to South Africa, where he acted as a Lieutt'iiaiit 
in the Armj'. Klected to the Town Council, 1901. Borrowash. 

*WAISTELL, Charles Ernest (April, 1890, to July, 1893), b. 
3 Oct., 1875. 
Son of Emma S. WaiKtell, Cothenjtone, Darlington. F, XL. 1892. 

WELBOURN, HoBEHT (April, 1890, to Aug., 1892), b. 10 Jan., 
1877. 

Son of Jan»' Wi'lbourn. (lainsboro' House, Curzon Street, Derby. 



] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 120 

*ALLPOET, Herbert James (Sept., 1890, to July, 1895), b. 12 
Feb,, 1876. 

Son of James AUport, Draycott, co. Derby. Derbyshire County 

Council Scholp. for Mathem., 1898. F. XI. ; C. XI. ; Captain of the School 
and Cadet Corps, 1894-95; Mathem. Scholp., Sidney Sussex Coll., Camb., 1895 ; 
rowed in his Coll. Boat, 1898 ; B.A. (Junior Opt., Mathem. Tripos), 1898. 
Mathematical and Science Master at Dunstable Grammar School. 

BATE, James Hubert Overs (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1892), b. 
20 June, 1879; d. 10 Aug., 1899. 

Son of late James Overs Bate, Colliery Agent, 131, Ultoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

♦BOROUGH, Roland Frederick (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1896), 
b. 3 Sept., 1877. 

Son of John Borough, O.D., J.P., The Cedars, Belper, co. Derby. 

F. XI. ; C. XI., 1894 ; Captain of the Cadet Corps, 1896-96 ; Clare Coll., 
Camb., 1896; passed Part I. of Special Exam, in Theology, 1899; played 
Football for his Coll., 1899. B.A. Since 1900, Curate of Wollaaton, 
Stourbridge^ Worct. 

*BRAYNE, William Frederick (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1894), b. 
4 Mar., 1876. 

Son of Rev. Robert Thomas William Brayne, M.A., Broomhall, near 

Worcester. F. XI. ; won the J-mile Open, School Sports, 1893 ; won the 

^-mile Handicap (scratch), School Sports, 1894. Ashe Exh. (Classics), Emm. 
Coll., Camb., 1894 ; B.A. (Srd Class Classical Tripos), 1897. Successfol as 
Univ. Candidate, Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, 1898 ; resigned. Medical 
Student, Edinburgh, 

BREAKEY, Harold (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1891), b. 25 Feb., 
1876. 

Guardian : Mrs. M. Hntcheon, 28, Friar Gate, Derby. Jesus Coll., 

Camb., B.A. 1898 ; St. Thomas' Hospital, B.M. (1st Part), 1900. 

CHANCELLOR, Herbert St. Vincent (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 
1895), b. 19 July, 1880. 

Son of Sydney Chancellor, Colliery Agent, 86, Kedleston Road, Derby. 

^With Messrs. C. S. Cox & Co., BiUiter Avenue, London, E.C. Lindia- 

farney Chingford. 

COMPTON, C. William McGrath (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1894), 
b. 20 July, 1878. 

Son of William McGrath Compton, Quamdon, near Derby ; afterwards, 

"Wynyates, Watford. Late Captain, 2nd Vol. Batt. Bedfordshire Regt. ; 

Commission in the Ist Batt. Bedfordshire Begt., 1900. Now at Simla, 
India. 

DUESBURY, Trevor John (Sept., 1890, to April, 1893), b. 31 
July, 1877. 

Son of John Duesbury, Grange Villa, Rose Hill Street, Derby. 

Whitworth Scholp., 1893. Univ. Coll., Nottingham. Electrical Engineer 
to the Corporation of Sutton Coldfield. 

LOWNDS, Louis (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 1892), b. 24 Aug., 1876. 

Son of late Lonis Lownds, 28, High Street, Derby. Matriculated at 

London Univ., 1894. Assistant Lecturer, Technical College, Derby, 1897-98. 
Hayman Scholp. for Special Research, Univ. Coll., Nottingham, 1897 ; 
Science Scholp. same Coll. B.Sc, 1898. Has been awarded by H.M. Com- 
mission a Science Research Scholp. for three years. Since 1899, Univ. of 
Berlin. 

PAYNE, William John (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 1897), b. 6 Feb., 
1879. 

Son of John James Payne, 19, King Street, Derby. Articled to 

Mr. McPherson, Architect, Derby. 

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130 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1880 

*SAVI, Thomas (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1891), b. 6 Feb., 1875. 
Dead. 

Ward of Prof. J. H. Blnmhardt, 69, Banbury Road, Oxford. G. XI., 

1891. Died soon after leaving school. 

SMITH, Francis George (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 1891), b. 24 June, 
1876. 

Son of George Feam Smith, 155, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

*SMITH, Selwyn John (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 1891), b. 7 Nov., 
1875. 

Son of Clement Smith, The Crescent, Taunton. 

*VENNER, Henry Beauchamp (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1891), b. 16 
June, T879. 

Son of Rev. Edward Kingsford B. Venner, Shalford, Guildford, Surrey. 

WOORE, Joseph Alfred (Sept., 1890, to Dec, 1892), b. 30 May, 
1875. 

Son of Henry Woore, Manager of the Atlas Foundry, 77, Douglas 

Street, Derby. 1st in the Intermediate Exam., Royal Institute of British 

Architects, 1898 ; Medal in the " Pugin Studentship " Competition at the 
Royal Institute of British Architects (2nd). With Messrs. Naylor & Sale, 
Architects, Derby. 

WRIGHT, Archibald Patterson (Sept., 1890, to Aug., 1893), b. 
18 Aug., 1878. 

Son of William Henry Wright, O.D., Physician and Surgeon, Cleveland 

House, Pear Tree Road. Derbj'. Passed the 1st Prof, and Pharmacy 

Exam, for L.R.C.P. ; M.R.C.S. (Lond.), 1901. Student of Univ. Coll., 
Liverpool. 

BAKER, Frederick Charles (Jan., 1891, to April, 1895), b. ^' 
Mar., 1878. 

Son of Stephen Baker, 1, Kedleston Road, Derby. 

CARLISLE, George Peter (Jan., 1891, to April, 1891), b. 10 
April, 1876. 

Son of Rev. Charles Henry Carlisle, Rector of Stan ton- by-Bridge, 
Derby. 

♦DANIEL, Walter (Jan., 1891, to Dec, 1894), b. 8 Sept., 1877. 

Son of Henry Daniel, O.D., Ashby Hill, Burton-on-Trent. C. XL; 

P. XI., 1892 ; played Cricket for St. Albans, 1897. Engineer, Midland Railway. 
Berkse.y Bray^ Hey sham ^ Morecamhe. 

GRINLING, James Harrington (Jan., 1891, to Aug., 1897), b. 
14 April, i88t. 

Son of Arthur James Grinling, 32, Friar Gate, Derby ; Chief Engineer, 
Great Northern Railway. Crompton & Evans' Bank, Belper. 

♦HARDING, Gilbert (Jan., 1891, to April, 1893), b. i Sept., 
1880. 

Son of G. W. Harding, Schoolmaster, Caerleon, Mon. Ist XL, 

Sunderland Cricket Club; 1st XI., Sunderland Rugby Football Club. 
Mastership at the Workhouse, Sunderland. 

*HOBSON, Guy Langley (Jan., 1891, to Dec, 1894), b. 26 Aug., 
1878. 

Son of William Hobson, High Street, Castle Donington. F. XI., 1894. 

Electrical Engineer. Abroad. 

JOHNSON, Percy F. W. (Jan., 1891, to Aug., 1892), b. 8 Aug., 
1876. 

Son of Alfred Johnson, 97, Curzon Street, Derby. 



] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 131 

MEGGS, William Habgood (Jan., 1891, to Dec, 1891), b. 16 
April, 1877. 

Son of William T. Meggs, School Inspector, Cleve Villa, Wilson Street, 

Derby. Derby School of Art, Silver Medal, National Competition, 1897. 

Art Teacher at the Derby School of Art, 1898; similar appointment at the 
School of Art, Birmingham, 1900. Won the Messenger Prize for Figure 
from Life, and Bronze Medal for Portrait, National Competition, 1901. 

PARKER, Arthur Charles Hyde (Jan., 1891, to Aug., 1897), 
h, 15 Aug., 1880. 

Son of Arthur H. Parker, 37, Burton Hoad, Derby; at Parr's Bank, 

Derby. Studied Brewing Chemistry with Messrs. Matthew and Lott, 

Burton-on-Trent. Brewing Chemist, Abingdon Brewery. 

*ORTON, Harold Bevington (Jan., 1891, to Dec, 1894), b. 12 
Mar., 1877. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Orton, M.A., Rector of Swyre, Dorset. Science 

Scholp., Jesus Coll , Camb., 1896. 

WALKER, Arthur (Jan., 1891, to Aug., 1897), b. 17 Sept., 
1878. 

Son of John Walker, Chartered Accountant, 8, Gower Street, Derby. 

Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1897 ; B.A. (2nd Class Classical Tripos), 

1900 ; 1st M.B. (3rd on the list), 1891. 

*PYM, George (Jan., 1891, to April, 1891), b. 22 July, 1874. 

Son of Joseph Pym, O.D., Clerk to the Guardians, The Hollies, Belper. 
Solicitor, 1898. Belper. 

RAVENSDALE, Harry (Jan., 1891, to July, 1893), b. 16 June, 
1878. 

Son of John Ravensdale, Town Councillor, London Road, Derby. 

Teacher of Music. St. Leonard's Houae^ Derby. 

*WALKER, Robert Farquharson (Jan., 1891, to July, 1893), ^• 
12 April, 1880. 

Son of Rev. Arthur Walker, Vicar of Diseworth, co. Derby. 

WARD, Walter (Jan., 1891, to Dec, 1891), b. 8 Feb., 1875. 

Son of Bernard Ward, 1, Darwin Terrace, Derby. 

*YOUNG, Basil James (Jan., 1891, to Aug., 1894), b. 28 Mav, 
1877. 

Son of John Henry Young, Head Master of Castlebar Hill School, 

Ealing, W. C. XI., 1893. Farming. Holme Eden, San Luis Beg., San 

Diego, California. 

BO WRING, Edward Langley (April, 1891, to Dec, 1899), b. 
II Sept., 1882. 

Son of Sir Clement C. Bowring, O.D., J. P., Park Grange, Derby. 

F. XI., 1898; won the i-mile Handicap and the Mile (Open), School Sports, 
1898. 2nd Lieut., '2nd Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Militia) ; successful at 
Exam, for Commission in the Regular Army (12th in the list), 1900; 
Commission in the Worcestershire Regt., 1901. 

BUSH, Claude Englishe (April, 1891, to April, 1897), b. 26 
July, 1880. 

Son of Henry C. Bush, Merchant, 4G, Harrington Street, Derby. 

In his father's office. 

*DEAN, Arthur P. (April, 1891, to Aug., 1891), b. 28 Oct., 1873. 

Son of Joseph Dean, Manufacturer, 38, Bank's Lane, Stockport.—-- 
Manufacturer. 7, Heath Crescent, Bramhall Lane, Stockport. 

*DEAN, Joseph N. (April, 1891, to July, 1893), b. 8 Feb., 1877. 

Brother of above. Tourist and Steamship Agent. Fairlawn, Hen ton 

Norris, Stockport. 



132 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

♦DUDER, Arthur Wragford (April, 1891, to May, 1892), b. 29 
July, 1875. 

Son of John Duder, Merchant, North Street, Taunton. 

MARSDEN, Hubert Samuel (April, 1891, to Dec, 1893), b. 8 

Mar., t88i. 
Son of Aid. William Henry Marsden, Mile Ash, Derby. 

MAY, Ernest Edmund Bedford (April, 1891, to 1892), b. 14 
Sept., 1878. 

Son of Rev. Ernest Horatio May, M.A., Parwich Hall, Ashbourne. 

Oriel Coll., Ox., 1897 ; won Putting the Weight (86 ft. 8 in.), Ox. and Camb. 
Univ. Sports, March, 1900 ; 4 first Prizes and Medals for Putting the Shot 
at the Oriel v. Clare, 'Varsity and Inter- 'Varsity Sports, 1901 ; 2nd Prize for 
Throwing the Hammer (120 ft. 5 in.), Huddersfield Sports, 1901 ; a Double 
" Blue •' ; won the Hammer Throw (12i3 ft.) at the Ox. and Camb. v. Canadian 
Univ. Sports, Montreal, 1901. 

NEWTON, Richard (May, 1891, to July, 1893), b. 10 Sept., 1878. 

Son of Thomas Newton, Cambrae House, Littleover Hill, near Derby. 
Electrical Engineer. Full Street^ Derby. 

NEWTON, Henry (May, 1891, to Aug., 1894), b. 24 Feb., 1880. 

Brother of above. Electrical Engineer. Full Street^ Derby. 

♦REGAN, Charles Tate (May, 1891, to Aug., 1897), b. i Feb., 
1878. 

Son of Charles James Regan, Master at Sherborne School, Newnham 

House, Sherborne, Dorset. C. XI. ; P. XI. (Capt.), 1895-96 ; Matriculated 

Ist Class, London Univ., 1895; won the Long Jump (19 ft. 11 in.) and 
Hurdles, School Sports, 1896; Captain of the School, 1896-97; won the 
High Jump, Long Jump, and Hurdles (record time, 17| sees.), 1897. 
Queens' Coll., Camb., 1897; played Cricket and Football for his Coll.; 
President, Queens' Athletic (31ub ; won both Jumps at his Coll. Sports, 1899; 
B.A. (Ist Class Natural Science Tripos, Part I.), 1900; 2nd Class Natural 
Science Tripos, Part II., 1901. Assistant at the Natural History Museum, 
South Kensington. 

REVILL, Alfred George (May, 1891, to Aug., 1899), b. 25 
July, 1882. 

Son of Alfred Revill, OflScer of County Constabulary, 133, Cedar Terrace, 

Kedleston Koad, Derby. Holds the record for the High Jump, under 13 

(4 ft. 1^ in.). School Sports, 1895; the record for the J-mile, under 15 
{621 sees.), 1897 ; the record for the 100 yards, under 15 (1I| sees.), 1897; 
won the Hurdles, 1898 ; F. XI., 1898 ; won the J-mile Open, and Hurdles, 
School Sports, 1899. Crompton & Evans' Bank, Uttoxeter. 

ROBINS, Arthur Selwyn (May, 1891, to Dec, 1896), b. 19 Jan., 
1880. 

Son of James J. Robins, Engineer, Manager of Phnenix Foundry, 10, 
Vernon Street, Derby. Crompton & Evans' Bank, Derby. 

SOWTER, William Frederick (May, 1891, to Dec, 1897), b. 
II May, 1 88 1. 

Son of Frederick L. Sowter, Accountant, The Poplars, Bass Street, 
Derby. In his father's office. 

♦STRETTON, John (May, 1891, to Dec, 1892), b. 11 Jan., 1876. 

Son of F. Stretton, Cropper Top, Etwall, near Derby. Studied 

Electrical Engineering and Brewing. 

*riJOU, Reginald Alton (May, 1891, to Aug., 1895), b. 13 July, 
1876. 

c/o H. Alton, Head of Brewing Firm, Borrowash, Derby. C. XL; 

F. XI., 1894 ; Cains Coll., Camb., 1895 ; in his Coll. Football XI. ; Captain. 
Camb. Univ. Kifle Volunteers, 1899. Studied at Royal Infirmary, Derby. 
Commission in Royal Field Artillery, 1900. South Africa. 



1891] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 133 

♦BENNETT, Thomas Case Sterndale- (May, 1 891, to Dec, 1899), 
b. 10 Aug., 1882. 

Son of J. R. Stemdale-Bennett, M.A., Head Master, Derby School. 

F. XI., 1898. Certificate, R.A.M., Pianoforte (Higher Division), 1898. 
Royal College of Music, Loiidon. 

*ORTON, Percy Edgar (May, 1891, to Dec, 1894), b. 28 Mar., 1879. 

Son of Rev. Frederick Orton, M.A., Rector of Swyre, Dorset. 

Mid^ipman, Royal Navy. 

*ORTON, Sidney Bernard (May, 1891, to JuJy, 1899), ^- 21 April, 
1881. 

Brother of above. F. XI., 1897 : C. XI. ; won the J-mile Open, School 

Sports, 1698; Throwing the Cricket Ball, High Jump, and the Mile, 
School Sports, 1899 ; passed into Royal Military Coll., Sandhurst, July, 
1899 ; made a *' Possible " with revolver at a running man, Sandhurst. 
Commission in the Border Regt., stationed at Bareilly. 

*UREN, Harold Edward (May, 1891, to Aug., 1896), b. 2 Feb., 
1880. 

Nephew of Frank Clarke, O.D., The Hollies, Borrowash. 

BEARE, Robert Vincent (Sept., 1891, to April, 1894), b. 7 
Aug., 1877. 

Son of John Hargreaves Beare, Schoolmaster, Mickleover. Passed the 

Prel. Exam, of the Bankers' Institute, 1901. Lloyd's Bank, Ashbourne. 

BINDLEY, Reginald John Trouncer (Sept., 1891, to April, 
1894), b. 3 May, 1877. 

Son of Rev. Reginald Canning Bindley, M.A., Vicar of Mickleover, 

near Derby. Studied Brewing at Abingdon. Lieut, in Derby Militia. 

Brewer at Horley^ Surrey. 

CORNEY, Robert William (Sept., 1891, to Dec, 1893), b. 27 
July, 1877. 

Son of Joseph Corney, 6, Tenant Street, Derby. 

*DE\VBERRY, Elliot Brocklebank (Sept., 1 891, to Aug., 1895), 
b. 21 Aug., 1879. 

Son of William C. Dewberry, Organist of Clare Coll., Rhadegund Gate, 
Jesus Lane, Cambridge. 

FRANKLIN, William Herbert (Sept., 1891, to Dec, 1897), b. 
2 Jan., 1882. 

Son of George E. Franklin, Town Councillor, St. Leonard House, 
Osmaston Road, Derby. 

*GLEAVES, Francis John Mayer (Sept., 1891, to Dec, 1893), 
b. 15 April, 1877. 

Sou of Ellen Gleaves, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent. 

HEWITT, Arthur Bernard (Sept., 1891, to Dec, 1893), b. 19 
June, 1 88 1. 

Son of John Richardson Hewitt, The Poplars, Alvaston, near Derby. 

Scholp. at Technical Coll., Derby. Student at the Institute of Mining 
Engineers. 

NEWBOLD, Ernest Wayte (Sept., 1891, to Aug., 1895), b. 10 
Nov., 1878. 

Son of Aid. James William Newbold, Mayor of Derby in 1887-88, Little- 
over Hill, near Derby. With Messrs. Roe & Co., Derby. Borrowash. 

RATCLIFF, Henry Augustus (Sept., 1891, to July, 1893), b. 
8 June, 1877. 

Son of Mary A. Ratcliff, South Parade, Derby. Nottingham Univ. 

Coll. 



134 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [fSgf 

WALKERDINE, Wilfred Ernest (Sept., 1891, to Aug., 1896), 
b. 12 Jan., 1878. 

Son of David Walkerdine, Estate Afi^ent, Eaton View, Otter Street, 

Derbj'. Classical Exh., Queens' Coll., Camb. (declined). Classical Exh., 

Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1895 ; Foundation Scholp., 1897 ; Prizeman, 
1898; B.A. (Class II., Division 2, in Classical Tripos), 1899. Mastership, 
(^lyngarth Preparatory School, Cheltenham, 1899. Classical Tutor. Eaton 
VieWy StrutVs I^irk, Derby. 

*WIBBERLEY, Frederick Charles (Sept., 1891, to April, 1894), 
b. 19 Feb., 1880. 

Son of — Wibberley, Calle Castelli, Belgrano, Bnenos Ayres; Head 
Engineer, Argentine Railway. Joined his father at Buenos Ayres. 

♦WIBBERLEY, Harold Arthur (Sept., 1891, to April, 1894), 
b. 15 Oct., 188 1. 

Brother of above. Joined his father at Buenos Ayres. 

*W1GLEY, W^iLFRED Murray (Sept., 1891, to Aug., 1894), b. 9 
Nov., 1876. 

Son of F. S. Wiglev, Spencer House, Basseterre, St. Kitts, West Indies. 

C. XI, ; F. XI., 1893; Prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball, School Sports, 

1892 aud 1894; won the 220 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1894. Inner 
Temple, London; Barrister-at-Law, Jan., 1901. St. Kitts ^ West Indies. 

WOODROFFE, Hubert William (Sept., 1891, to July, 1893), 
b. II Oct., 1876. 

Son of John A. WoodroiTe, O.D., Durdant Gardens, Kedleston Boad, 
Derby. 

WOODROFFE, John Morris (Sept., 1891, to Dec, 1895), b. 31 
Oct., 1878. 

Brother of above. Matriculated at London University, 1896. 

BEESLEY, Ernest (Jan., 1892, to Aug., 1892), b. 6 June, 1876. 

Son of Henry Beesley, Bank Manager, Bank House, Wirksworth. 

Cashier at London and Yorkshire Bank, Ltd., SJteffield. 

BEESLEY, Lawrence (Jan., 1892, to April, 1893), b. 31 Dec, 
1877. 

Brother of above. Caius Coll., Cambridge. 

CLEMSON, Harold Arthur (Jan., 1892, to April, 1894), b. 4 

July, 1883. 

Son of Arthur W. Clemson, Manufacturer, Burton Boad, Derby. 

In his grandfather's business. Burton lioad, Derby. 

DOULD, Edward (Jan., 1892, to April, 1894), b. 13 Oct., 1880. 

Son of Charles Dould, Silk Mill Owner, 37, Charnwood Street, Derby ; 
now Quarndon. With his father. 

*HERD, John George Manners McK.ug (Jan., 1892, to Aug., 
1896), b. 24 April, 1877. 

Son of J. Herd, Captain in Merchant Service, The Green, Lawkland. 

Clapham, near Lancaster. Certificate R.A.M., Pianoforte (Senior 

Division), ltt95 ; Choral Scholp., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1895 ; St. Cath. 
Coll., Camb. ; rowed in his Coll. Boat, May Races, 1898 ; played Football for 
his Coll. ; passed General Exam. (Part II., Class 4), 1898. Since 1898, 
Master and Organist at Brighton Coll. 

JEFFERSON, Herbert (Jan., 1892, to Dec, 1898), b. 10 April, 
1882. 

Son of J. C. Jefferson, 60, Friar Gate, Derby. In business, Petev- 

borough. 



18921 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 135 

PAREZ, Louis Arthur (Jan., 1892, to Aug., 1894), b. 26 Nov., 
1875. 

Son of Rev. Claude H. Parez, M.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools, Rose Hill 

Honse, Derby. C. XI.: P. XI., 1893. Emm. Coll., Camb., 1894; B.A. 

(Science Tripos), 1897. Master at Cranleigh School, 1897. Intermediate 
B.Sc. (Lond.), 1900. Second Master, Aahbmy Coll.^ Ottaua, Canada. 

PAREZ, George (Jan., 1892, to April, 1893), ^- 9 Aug., 1880. 

Brother of above. Went to Switzerland for his education. 

PAREZ, William Tempest (Jan., 1892, to Aug., 1897), b. 5 
Dec, 188 1. 

Brother of above. Passed Royal Navy Comx>etitive Exam. (12th on 

the list), lb98. Royal Naval Engineering Coll., I)evo7ipvrt. 

PEACH, Harry (Jan., 1892, to April, 1895), b. 14 Oct., 1878. 

Son of John Peach, Post Office Official, 98, Kedleston Read, Derby. 

Crompton & Evans' Bank, Chesterfield. 

*PEACOCK, Ch.\rles Ernest (Jan., 1892, to Aug., 1895), b. 25 
May, 1876. 

Son of John Peacock, Bank Manager, Castle Square, Ludlow. C. XI. 

(Capt.) ; F. XI. (Capt.), 1893-95 ; won the Hurdles, School Sports, 1893 and 
1895; Throwing the Cricket Ball, 1893 and 1895; High Jump, 1894-95; 
Choral Scholp., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1895 ; in his Coll. F. XI. and 0. XI. ; 
passed Special Exam, in Classics for the B.A. Degree (Part I., Class II., and 
Part II., Class III.), 1898. Mastership, Cranleigh School, 1898. 

RUSSELL, Robert (Jan., 1892, to Dec, 1895), b. 4 Nov., 1879. 

Son of John E. Russell, Iron Founder, 88, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

Passed the Students' Exam, of the Institute of Civil Engineers. County 
Surveyor's Office, Derby. 

STONES, Robert Yelverton (Jan., 1892, to Dec, 1892), b. 2 
June, 1 88 1. 

Son of Thomas Stones, 30, Duffield Road, Derby ; afterwards The Villa, 

Matlock Bath. Matriculated at London Univ., Ist Division, 1901 ; Ist Class 

Elementary Stage, Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry Exam., held by the 
Board of Education, Technical Coll., Derby, 1901. Ash Field, Matloch Bath. 

•ARCHBUTT, Leonard Sydney (May, 1892, to Aug., 1899), ^- 9 
Mar., 1883.^ 

Son of Leonard Archbutt, Chief Analytical Chemist, Midland Railway, 
11, Cham wood Street, Derby; now The Yews, Madeley Street. Matricu- 
lated at London Univ., Ist Class, 1900. 

BARDILL, Vernon Randolph (May, 1892, to April, 1894), b. 8 
Jan., 1884. 

Son of Draper Welch Bardill, Chemist, Holly Dene, Charnwood Street, 
Derby. 

BARTRUM, Douglas Harry (May, 1892, to April, 1893), b. 8 
Nov., 1882. 

Son of William Henry Bartrum, Veterinary Surgeon, Midland Railway, 
109, Rose Hill Street, Derby. British Insulated Wire Co., Prescott. 

BECK, Thomas Knight (May, 1892, to Dec, 1896), b. 4 July, 
1880. 

Son of Thomas James Beck, O.D., Secretary, Midland Railway Friendly 

Society, 86, Charnwood Street, Derby. Claims Office, Midland Railway, 

Derby. 

*BENNETT, Ernest Gaskell Sterndale- (May, 1892, to Dec, 
1899), b. 30 May, 1884. 

Son of J. R. Sterndale-Bennett, M.A., Head Master, Derby School. 

CORNEY, Harry (May, 1892, to April, 1899), b. n Dec, 1883. 

Son of Joseph Corney,5, Tenant Street, and 32, Swinburne Street, Derby. 



186 THE DERBY SCHOOL RE6ISTEB. [1892 

♦DUNCAN, Malcolm Hugh (May, 1892, to July, 1893), b. 17 
April, 1877. 

Son of R. B. Duuoan, Sanitary Engineer, 7, Tankerville Terrace, 
Newcaatle-on-Tyne. 

♦DUNCAN, Kenneth V. (May, 1892, to July, 1893). 

Brother of above. 

GANDY, Edgab Stanesby (May, 1892, to April, 1899), b. 7 Sept., 
1881. 

Son of John Wood Gandy, J.P., CD., "Rozelle," Swinburne Street, 

Derby. Won the 220 vards Handicap, School Sports, 1899. Mastership at 

the County School, Wellington^ Somertet. 

♦LAMB, Chables Emilius Wabben (May, 1892, to Dec, 1897), b. 
7 July, 1 88 1. 

Son of Rev. Henry William Lamb, M.A., Vicar of Marston-on-Dove. 

RICHARDSON, Reginald Handfobd (May, 1892, to Dec, 1897), 
b. 9 Aug., 1 88 1. 

Son of Joseph H. Richardson, Chartered Accountant, Littleover, near 
Derby ; now 100, Friar Gate, Derby. In his father's office. Derby. 

RICHARDSON, James Henby (May, 1892, to April, 1900), b. 28 
May, 1883. 

Brother of above. F. XI., 1899. Articled to Mr. Stone, Solicitor, Derby. 

ROTH, Felix Philip Reuteb (May, 1892, to April, 1893), b. 18 
Feb., 1882. 

Guardian : M. A. Jones, 31, Leopold Street, Derby. 

SIMPSON, Llewellyn Eabdley (May, 1892, to April, 1898), b. 
26 Mar., 1879. 

Son of LI. Lloyd Simpson, CD., Actuary, Derby Savings Bank, Brook- 
field, Burton Road, Derby. Emm. Coll., Camb., 1898 ; 2nd Class, Part I., 

Historical Tripos, 1900 ; B.A. (3rd Class, Part II., Law Tripos), 1901. 

STONE, HuBEBT (May, 1892, to Aug., 1897), b. 10 May, 1883 ; 
d. 30 Aug., 1897. 

Son of Frederick Stone, Solicitor, "Lindens," Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. Lost his life by a fall from the cliffs at Llandudno. 

TAYLOR, Chables William Galloway (May, 1892, to April, 
1893), b. 23 Dec, 1877. 

Son of John Taylor, Veterinary Surgeon, Ivy Lodge, Osmaston Road, 
Derby. Farming in Lincolnshire, 

WALKER, Hebbebt (May, 1892, to Aug., 1897), b. 11 Dec, 
1880. 

Son of John Walker, Chartered Accountant, 8, Gower Street, Derby. 

Parr's Bank, Melbourne. 

ARNOLD, Geobge Hebbebt (Sept., 1892, to Aug., 1894), b. 6 
April, 1878. 

Son of George Arnold, 10, Holmes Street, Rose Hill, Derby. 

Matriculated Ist Class, London Univ. Exam., 1895 ; B.A. (Lond.), Oct., 1899. 
Teacher at Gerard Street School, Derby. 

♦AYRE, Chables Sissons (Sept., 1892, to Dec, 1899), b. 9 Mar., 
1883. 

Son of Henry S. Ayre, " The Limes," Mickleover. Won the 220 yards 

Handicap, School Sports, 1898. 

CLAYTON, Chables Stanley Jobdan (Sept., 1892, to Aug., 
1894), b. 31 Jan., 1 88 1. 

Son of Thomas Gething Clayton, Superintendent, Midland Railway 
Carriage Department, The Grange, Normanton, near Derby. 



1882] THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTEB. 137 

CUMBERLAND, Thomas Lawrence (Sept., 1892, to April, 1895), 
b. 29 Oct., 1878. 

Son of James Cumberland, Auctioneer, 3, Stuart Terrace, Green Hill, 
Derby. In his father's business. 

*EYRE, Leonard (Sept., 1892, to July, 1893), b. 8 Feb., 1877. 

Son of William Eyre, 1, Eingsmead Boad, South Oxton, Cheshire. 

ELWYN, Harry Gurney Newport (Sept., 1892, to Dec, 1893), 
b. 13 Dec, 1877. 

Son of Annie Elwyn, Allestree, near Derby. 

GRINLING, Arthur John (Sept., 1892, to Dec, 1897), b. 13 
Nov., 1882. 

Son of A. J. Grinling, Chief Engineer, Great Northern Railway, 32, 
Friar Gate, Derby. Engineering Student, Nottingham Univ. Coll. 

HOULSTON, Harry Alexander (Sept., 1892, to April, 1896), b. 
18 Oct., 1883. 

Son of Henry Durach Houlston, Auctioneer, 85, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

HUSS, Henry Percy (Sept., 1892, to April, 1894), b. i Oct., 
1876. 

Son of Joeiah S. Huss, Manager, Britannia Foundry, Duffield Road, 

Derby. Passed the Prei. Exam, of the Bankers' Institute, 1900. 

Crompton & Evans' Bank, Belptr. ' 

*LUNN, Harold Fernie (Sept., 1892, to Aug., 1894), b. 29 June, 
1875. 

Son of Bev. John Robert Lunn, B.D., Vicar of Marton-cum-Grafton, 

York. F. XI., 3898 ; won the Long Jump, School Sports, 1893-94 ; won the 

100 yards Open, the Hurdles, the j-mile, and the Mile, School Sports, 1894. 
Open Mathem. Scholp., Queens' Coll., Camb., 1894 ; Foundation Scholp., 
1895; played Football for his Coll., 1895; played Tennis for his Coll., 
1896 ; B.A. (20th Wrangler), 1897. Mastership at Bury Grammar School, 
1898; from 1900, Mastershif^at Technical Coll., Exeter. 

*RYND, Reginald Fleming (Sept., 1892, to Dec, 1893). b. 19 
Aug., 1877. 

Son of Bev. James William Bynd, M.A., Brasted Bectory, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. Academical Clerkship, Magd. Coll., Oxford. 

*RYND, Francis Fleetwood (Sept., 1892, to Dec, 1893), b. 19 
Aug., 1877. 

Brother of above. F. XI. ; C. XI., 1898. Commission in Royal Garrison 

Artillery, 23rd Company. Cape. 

SLATER, William (Sept., 1892, to April, 1897), b. 24 Dec, 
1880. 

Son of William Slater, Town Councillor, 19, Vernon Street, Derby. 

In his father's office. 

SLATER, John Henry (Sept., 1892, to Aug., 1897), b. 3 Oct., 
1882. 

Brother of above. In his father's office. 

^SOUTHERN, Arthur George Heron (Sept., 1892, to July, 1893), 
b. 26 Mar., 1883. 

Son of George H. Southern, 18, Glendower Place, South Kensing- 
ton, S.W. 

TAYLOR, Charles Bywater (Sept., 1892, to April, 1894), b. 21 
May, 1879. 

Son of Bichard Taylor, 9, Kedleston Boad, Derby. 



188 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [189? 

*TOWNSEND, Thomas Henry Denny (Sept., 1892, to April, 1894), 
b. 13 April, 1876. 

Son of Richard HuQgerford Townsend, M.B.,* Physician, 13, "VVestbourne 

Place, Queeusboro', Ireland. Won the ^-mile Handicap and 220 yards 

Handicap, School Sports, 1893. Dublin University. 

WILSON, Guy Denis (Sept., 1892, to Aug., 1901), b. 30 Nov., 
1882. 

Son of Arthur Wilson, M.A., J.P., 30, Ashbourne Road, Derby. C. XI. 

(Capt.); F. XI. (Capt.) ; won the 100 yards Open, School Sports, 1900; 
Captain of the Cadet Corps, 1900-1 ; won the 220 yards Handicap (scratch). 
Throwing the Cricket Ball, and i-mile. School Sports, 1900 and 1901. 

*CHAYTOR, Arthur Clervaux (Jan., 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 21 
April, 1879. 

Son of Sir William Chaytor, Bart., Croft Hall, Darlington. Lieut.» 

3rd Batt. West Yorks. Militia, 1900. PoiUefract. 

COPE, Chkveston Stanley (Jan., 1893, ^ April, 1898), b. 24 
Feb., 1882. 

Son of Frederick L. Cope, 69, Rose Hill Street, Derby. 

CUMBERLAND, Daniel Percy (Jan., 1893, to April, 1894), b. 
5 Aug., 1883. 

Son of James Cumberland, Auctioneer, 3, Stuart Terrace, Green Hill, 
Derby. 

HORNE, WiLLL\M Henry (Jan., 1893, to April, 1896), b. 24 Feb.^ 
1880. 

Son of Edgar Home, J.P., Mayor of Derby in 190), Mill Hill, Derby. 
F. XI., 1895. In his father's business. 

RICE, Harry Noel Everingh.\m (Jan., 1893, ^^ Dec, 1898), b. 
18 July, 1884. 

Son of Henry Thomas Rice, O.D., Merchant, 37, Duffield Road, Derby. 

Went to Denston College. 

SEDGWICK, Harold (Jan., 1893, ^ Aug., 1895), ^- ^ '^^^•r 
1877. 

Son of Rev. Gordon Sedgwick, M.A., St. Mark's Vicarage, Coventry. 
C. XI., 1894. Played Cricket for Coventry, 1897. Brewer at Wat- 
ford. 

*SORBY, Edwin (Jan., 1893, to Dec, 1893), b. 30 May, 
1876. 

Son of Bruce Sorby, Brookhouse, Laughton, near Rotherham. F. XL 

SOWTER, Lionel Hastings (Jan., 1893), b. 10 Jan., 1885. 

Son of Aid. Unwin Sowter, O.D., Duffield Road, Derby. C. XI. ; 

F. XI., 1899. 

SPARKES, Frederick William (Jan., 1893, to Dec, 1894), b. 
20 Sept., 1878. 

Son of W. H. Sparkes, Ambaston, Derby. 

TACCHELLA, Carl F. Hollinshe.\d (Jan., 1893, to Aug., 1896; 
re-entered Sept., 1899), b. 28 June, 1884. 

Son of Benjamin Tacchella, B.A., Master at Derby School, 66, Friar 

Gate, Derby. Went for three years to German and French Schools, 

1896-99. 

THOMSON, Alexander (Jan., 1893, to Aug., 1895 ; re-entered 
Jan., 1900), b. 19 Oct., 1883. 

Son of Alexander Thomson, Stuart Villa, Leopold Street, Derby. 



1893] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 139 

*TIJOU, Charles Kiddy (Jan., 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 15 Dec, 
1877. 

Son of T. Tijou, 205, New Road, Rotherhithe, London. Trin. Coll., 

Camb., ]896; passed General Exam., Part II., 1899; played Football for 
Trin. Rest, 1899 ; B.A., LL.B., 1900. Joined the firm, Dubois & Williams, 
London. 

ARCHBUTT, Geoffrey Samuel (May, 1893), b. 13 April, 1885. 

Son of Leonard Archbutt, The Yews, Madelej' Street, Derby. 

BINDLEY, Frederick Charles Wilson (May, 1893, to Dec, 
1898), b. 14 Oct., 1 88 1. 

Son of Rev. Reginald Canning Bindley, M.A., The Vicarage, Mickleover, 

near Derby. Studied Engineering, Univ. Coll., Nottingham. Lieut., 

3rd Batt. (King's Own) Yorks. llegt. Light Infantry, attached to Derbyshire 
Militia. 

*COLYER, Leonard Edward Tempest (May, 1893, to Aug., 1894), 
b. 22 Oct., 1877. 

Son of Jane Colyer, Astbury, Congleton, Cheshire. 

*DANIEL, Arthur Freer (May, 1893, to Dec, 1896), b. 28 Feb., 
t88o. 

Son of Henry Daniel, O.D., Ashby HiU, Burton-on-Trent. C. XI., 1896. 

Certificate, II. A.M., Violin, Senior Division, 1896. 2nd Lieut., Ist City of 
London Vol. Artillery, c/o Messrs. Pixley & Abell, 27, Old Broad Street, E.G. 

♦EDWARDS, Clifford Wiluam (May, 1893, to April, 1896), b. 
12 July, 1883. 

Son of Leonard Edwards, Estate Agent, Silverhill, Radbourne, near 

Derby. 2nd Class Architecture Exam., held by the Board of Education, 

Technical Coll., Derby, 1901. 

GANDY, John Henry (May, 1893), b. 8 April, 1885. 

Son of John William Gandj% O.D., J.P., " Rozelle," Swmburne Street, 
Derby. 

♦GREATOREX, Walter (May, 1893, to Aug., 1895), b. 30 Mar., 
1877. 

Son of Henry Edmund Greatorex, Bank Manager, The Bank House, 

Southwell, Notts. Certificate, R.A.M., Pianoforte, Senior Division, 1895 ; 

Barrow Scholp., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1895 ; Ist Class in Part II. of the 
Special Exam, in Music for Mus. Bac. Exam., 1898; A.R.C.O., 1899. 
Mastership (Music) at Uppingham School. 

HARPER, Kenneth Povey (May, 1893, to Aug., 1896 ; re- 
entered, Nov., 1899), b. 3 April, 1885. 

Son of John Povey Harper, Mining Engineer, 72, Wilson Street, Derby. 

OSBORNE, Alec Ferguson (May, 1893, to Aug., 1895), b. 6 
May, 1885. 

Son of Thomas Peter Osborne, Head of a Department, Midland Railway, 
The Chestnuts, Normanton Road, Derby. 

PARKIN, J. (May, 1893, to Dec, 1893). 

Son of John Robert Parkin, Civil Engineer, Idridgehay, co. Derby. 

WALKERDINE, David Harold (May, 1893, to Dec, 1899), b. 
5 Jan., 1884. 

Son of David Walkerdine, Estate Agent, Eaton View, Strutt's Park, 
Derby. Post Office, Derby. 

♦WHITELEY, Arthur Fearfield (May, 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 
3 Nov., 1 88 1. 

Son of William Arthur Whiteley, Derwent House, Borrowash, near 

Derby. W^ent to Repton. Passed 5th, Royal M ilitary Academy, Woolwich,. 

Dec, 1896 ; Commission in Royal Engineers, 1901 



140 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1893 

WILKES, Arthur Vincent (May, 1893, to July, 1893), b. 25 
April, 1880. 

Son of Mrs. Denham, 37, Leopold Street, Derby. 

^APTHORP, William Edgar (Sept., 1893, *» April, 1898), b. 24 
Oct., 1880. 

Son of Rev. East Apthorp, M.A., Farnham Vicarage, Saxmundham. 

Won the *-mile Handicap, School Sports, 1897. Joined the Imperial Light 
Horse, south Africa. 

BARKER, Thomas Orton (Sept., 1893, ^ Aug., 1895), b. i Mar., 
1880. 

Son of William Barker, Midland Railway Inspector, 78, Colombo Street, 
Derby. 

BRIGGS, Ernest Etherington (Sept., 1893, ^ Dec, 1896), b. 
23 July, 1879. 

Son of Joseph Briggs, Merchant, 2, Wilson Street, Derby. Chemist. 

2, WiUoii- Street^ Derby. 

"^DALE, James Floyer (Sept., 1893), b. 14 Aug., 1883. 

Son of Edward Robert Dale, Municipal Electrical Engineer, Sherborne, 
Dorset. 

PIAYWOOD, Harry Percival (Sept., 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 
26 June,. 1881. 

Son of Henry Mansfield Haywood, O.D., Chief Constable of the Borough, 
** Pendennis," Mount Carmel, Derby. Bank, Derby. 

HORNE, Walter (Sept., 1893, to Aug., 1898), b. 25 Julv, 
i88i. 

Son of Edgar Home, J.P., Mayor of Derby, 1900-1, Mill Hill, Derby. 

HORNE, Sidney (Sept., 1893, to Dec, 1898), b. 28 Mar., 1883. 

Brother of above. 

HOULSTON, S. E. (Sept., 1893, to April, 1896). 

Son of Harry Durach Houlston, Auctioneer, 85, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

*JOUSIFFE, Sydney Theobald (Sept., 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 
15 Aug., 1878. 

Son of Kate p]. Jousiffe, Grosvenor House, South Place, Kennington 

Park, S.E. F. XI.; C. XI., 1894; won the J-mile Open, School Sports, 

1896; played Cricket for Surrey Club, 1897. London. 

LESTON, George Lioi<^el (Sept., 1893, to April, 1896), b. 4 
April, 1879. 

Son of George Leston, 34, Douglas Street, Derby. 1st Class Certifi- 
cate, Machine Drawing (Advanced), Technical Coll., Derby, 1900. Assistant 
Manager, Alfietoii Colliery. 

PEACOCK, John (Sept., 1893, to April. 1896), b. 11 April, 1882. 

Son of John Peacock, Manager of Evans & Co.'s Cotton Mills, Darley 
Abbey. Crompton & Evans' Bank, Buxton. 

-^ROWLAND, Richard Westcar (Sept., 1893, ^ I^ec, 1895), b. 
19 April, 1880. 

Son of Mary Rowland, Green Hill, Evesham. 

■*SHAND, Francis Byam Berkeley (Sept., 1893, ^ Dec, 1896), 
b. II Aug., 1879. 

Son of Charles Arthur Shand, Fitches Creek, Antigua, West Indies. 

F. XI. ; C. XI., 1896. Matriculated at London Univ. Librarian, 

Uvpinghani School. 



1883] THE DEBBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 141 

SMITH, John Harold (Sept., 1893, to April, 1895), b. 9 Dec.^ 
1882. 

Son of John Smith, Manufacturer, 2, Stuart Terrace, Green HilU 
Derby. 

*TINCLER, C. K. B. (Sept., 1893, to Dec, 1893). 

Grandson of Mrs. Tincler, 6, Trinity Road, Tulse Hill, London. 

TUNSTALL, Frank (Sept., 1893, to Aug., 1896), b. 12 Oct., 
1879. 

Son of Leonard Tunstall, Post Office Official, 18, Whitaker Street, 

Derby. Matriculated at London University, lb96. 1st Class Mathem. 

(Stage III.), 1st Class Physiography (Advanced Stage), Certificates, Tech- 
nical College, Derby, 1900. Mastership, Board School, Derby. 

WILSON, Peter McCandlish (Sept., 1893, to Dec, 1896), b. 
29 Aug., 1 88 1. 

Son of J. Wilson, Postmaster, ** Rougemont," Highfield Road, Derby. 

Clare Coll., Camb., 1899; Mathem. Exh. at his Coll., 1901; Coxed 

Clare II., Lent Races, 1901. 

WILSON, John Black Ferguson (Sept., 1893, to Dec, 1896), b. 
14 May, 1883. 

Brother of above. 

\VILSON, James Pownall (Sept., 1893, to Dec, 1896), b. 23 
April, 1886. 

Brother of above. 

*COOKE, Stanley Charles Frank (Jan., 1894, to Dec, 1894), b. 
24 April, 1877. 

Son of Joseph Henry Cooke, Solicitor, Church Street, Ashbourne. 

F. XI., 1894. Assistant Cashier, H.M. Dockyard, Chatham. 95, Maidstone 
Bfoad^ Rochester. 

*COOKE, William Henry Coleman (Jan., 1894, to April, 1895), 
b. 6 Sept., 1875. 

Brother of above. F. XI., 1895 ; won the |-mile Open, School Sports, 

1895. Lloyd's Bank, Burton. Went with the Staffs. Yeomanry to South 
Africa; Quarter-master Sergeant, 1901. 

*BROWN, John Nevill (Jan., 1894, to Dec, 1894), b. 2 May, 
1880. 

Son of Adrian J. Brown, Stapenhill, near Burton. 

TRIPP, Gerald Howard (Jan., 1894), b. 5 Dec, 1883; d. 3 
Aug., 1894. 

Son of Charles Howard Tripp, 63, Friar Gate, Derby ; Managing 
Director, Ind, Coope & Co., Burton. 

TRIPP, Geoffrey Charles (Jan., 1894, to Aug., 1897), b. 16 
June, 1885. 

Brother of above. Removed to Rugby School. 

MOON, George Bassett (Jan., 1894), b. 22 Sept., 1885. 

Son of George Davis Moon, Physician, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

*HEYCOCK, Percy Raworth (Jan., 1894, to Dec, 1897), b. i 
July, 1880. 

Son of Major Charles H. Heycock, Ashlov Lodge, Cheltenham. 

C. XI., 1897; F. XI. (Capt.) ; Captain of the School, 1897; Royal Military 
Academy, Woolwich, Dec, 1897. Played Football for Royal Naval Coll., 
Greenwich ; Lieut., Royal Marine Artillerj', 1899. Serving on H.M. Flag- 
ship Albion. China Station. 



142 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1894 

COX, CuTHBERT AsHTON (Jan., 1894, to April, 1899), b. i5 Mar., 
1883. 

Son of John Cox, Ridgeway House, Ambergate. 

STENTON, Rupert (Jan., 1894, to April, 1898), b. 22 July, 1881. 

Ward of John Wells, " Glenbrook," Duffield Road, Derby. 

*SHAW, Geoffrey Turton (Jan., 1894, to Aug., 1898), b. 13 
Nov., 1879. 

Son of James Shaw, Professor of Music, Swiss Terrace, 140, Fellows 

Road, South Hampstead, N.W. F. XI. ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1898. Certificate. 

Pianoforte (Senior Division), R.A.M., 1896. Choral Scholp., Caius Coll., 
Camb., 1898 ; Stewart of Rannoch Scholp. for Music, open to the Univ. ; 
Deputy Organist of Caius Coll.; Caius Coll. F. XI.; B.A. 1901. 

CHANCELLOR, Francis Henry (Jan., 1894, to Dec, 1895),!). 
4 April, 1884. 

Son of Sidney Chancellor, Colliery Agent, The Lindens, Cobden Street, 
Derby. With Messrs. C. S. Cox & Co., BiUiter Avenue^ London^ E.C. 

WHITTAKER, Thomas Alfred (Jan., 1894, to Aug., 1896), b. 
10 Jan., 1 88 1. 

Son of William Whittaker, Rose Hill Cottage, Derby. Engineering 

Pupil, Midland Railway. Derby. 

*CASE, Horace Akroyd (Jan., 1894, to Aug., 1897), b. 23 April, 
1879. 

Son of Edward Case, 9, Vicarage Drive, Eastbourne. Sussex. F. XI ; 

C. XI. (('apt.), 1897 ; played Football for Eastbourne. 1897 ; Queens' Coll., 
Camb., 1898. Played Football for his Coll., 1898-99; won the ^-Mile, Coll. 
Sports, 1898; and the Mile, 1899 ; passed Ist Class in General Exam., 1899. 
Commission in 2nd Batt. Dorset Regt. 

CHRISTIAN, William Gordon (May, 1894, to Aug., 1898), b. 
26 June, 1880. 

Son of Rev. Frederick White Christian, M.A., Vicar of South Wingfield, 
CO. Derby. 

*CRONK, Norman Tyler (May, 1894, to Dec, 1895), b. 28 Aug., 
1882. 

Son of E. Evans Cronk, 37, Royal Avenue, Chelsea, S.W^. 

HART, Thomas William (May, 1894, to Aug., 1896), b. 28 May, 
1884. 

Son of William Hart, Chartered Accountant, Swinburne Street, Derby. 
In his father's office. 

HASLAM, Gerald Haigh (May, 1894), b. 5 May, 1886. 

Son of W. G. Haslam, Manager of Haslam Foundry Co., Duffield Road, 
Derby. 

HOPE, Bertram Liddell (May, 1894, to Aug., 1899), b. 19 
Nov., 1880. 

Son of John L. Hope, Inland Revenue, West Monnt Villa, Uttoxeter 

New Road, Derby. C. XI., 1898. Ashe Exh., Emm. Coll., Camb., 1899 ; 

played Cricket for his Coll., 1900. 

POTTER, James Speakman (May, 1894, to Dec, 1898), b. 13 
July, 1 88 1. 

Son of James Potter, Solicitor, The Dimple House, Matlock ; and Derby. 
Prel. Law Exam., 1898. In his father's office. 

POTTER, Charles Henry (May, 1894, to Dec, 1899), b. 26 
Mar., 1883. 

Brother of above. Passed Prel. Exam., Royal Institute of British 

Architects, 1900; King's Prize, South Kensington Art Exam., 1901. 



t894] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 143 

SIMMONDS, Douglas George Edward (May, 1894, to Dec, 
1899), b. 25 April, 1886. 

Son of Thomas C. Simmonds, Master at School of Art, " Ravenshoe," 
Burton Road, Derby. 

*SPARSHOTT, Matthew McLean (May, 1894, to Dec, 1894), b. 
6 May, 1878. 

Son of Rev. Thomas Henry Sparshott, 18, Queen's Road, Wimbledon. 

STONE, Roland (May, 1894, to Aug., 1895), b. 9 Sept., 1880. 

Son of Frederick Stone, Solicitor, The Lindens, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. Articled to a Solicitor. 

TAYLOR, George (May, 1894, to Aug., 1894), b. 22 Dec, 1879. 

Son of the late Lieut. George Taylor, Civil Engineer, Bengal Establish- 
ment. Obtained the following Certificates: Mathem., Stages II., III. and 

IV.; 1st Class Hons., Applied Mechanics; 2nd Class Hons., Mechanical 
Engineering, South Kensington; 2nd Class Hons., Magnetism and Heat 
(Advanced), Technical Coll., Derby, 1900. Draughtsman with Messrs. 
Handyside & Co., Derby. Littleover. 



*COOKE, Arthur George Stuart (Sept., 1894, to April, 1897), 
b. 12 Nov., 1879. 

Son of Joseph Henry Cooke, Solicitor, Church Street, Ashbourne. 

F. XI., 1896. Joined Baden Powell's Moimted Constabulary, 1900. 



GANDY, Cyril (Sept., 1894), b. 21 Sept., 1886. 

Son of John W. Gandy, O.D., J.P., " Rozelle," Swinburne Street, Derby. 

HARRIES, Harry Rowland (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1895), b. 20 
Nov., 1883. 

Guardian : Rev. Harry R. Rolfe, Vicar of St. Michael's, Derby. 

HEFFORD, Charles Nelson (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1898), b. 9 
Aug., 1886. 

Son of John Nelson HefFord, Manufacturer, 53, Queen Street, Derby. 

McCALLUM, Robert Towson (Sept., 1894, to Aug., 1900), b. 
22 Oct., 1882. 

Son of Peter S. McCallum, Estate Agent, Midland Railway, Holly Bush 

House, Osmaston Road, Derby. F. XI. ; C. XI., 1896. Matriculated 1st 

Class, London Univ., 1900; 2nd Class, Theoretical Inorganic Chemistry, 
Exam, held by the Board of Education ; 2nd Class (Advanced Stage), Prac- 
tical Inorganic Chemistry, Technical Coll., Derby, 1901. 

♦MONTGOMERY, Charles Robert (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1896), 
b. 1 Aug., 1878. 

Son of Dr. Edwin Cuthbert Montgomery, Surgeon, Claremont, Maiden- 
head. F. XI., 1896. Crystal Palace School of Engineering. 

*SILLS, Thomas Barnard (Sept., 1894, to Aug., 1896), b. 10 
Aug., 1877. 

Son of Henry Sills, Harley Villa, Bottesford, Leics. F. XI. ; C. XI., 

1895 ; won the §-mile Handicap and Mile Open, School Sports, 1895 ; Throwing 
the Cricket Ball, the J-mile Handicap (Scratch), and the Mile, School Sports, 
1896; Sizarship, St. John's Coll., Camb., 1896 ; played Cricket for his Coll. 
V. Trinity; B.A. (Junior Opt.), 1899; Intermediate B.Sc. (Lond.), 1900. 
Master at Truro Grammar School. Truro. 

*SQUIRE, LiNDSEY YoRKE (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1896), b. i Aug., 
1880. 

Son of John Barret Squire, Civil Engineer, 297, Clapham Road, S.W. 

Crystal Palace School of Engineering. 



144 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1894 

STATHAM, Raymond Percy (Sept., 1894, to Aug., 1899), b- 18 
Oct., 1 88 1. 

Son of Jessie Kate Statham, 182, Ufctoxeter New Road, Derby. 

Certificate, 2nd Clas^, Elementary Stage, Machine Drawing Exam., held by 
the Board of Education, Technical Coll., Derby, 1901. 

♦STRANACK, Cecil Leslie (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1899), b. 28 
July, 1882. 

Son of P. D. Stranack, Manager of the Commercial Bank, Bombay. 

F. XI. (Capt.) ; C. XI. ; Captain of Cadet Corps, 1899. 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt. 
Militia, Derby Regt. Now attached to the 3rd (King's Own) Yorkshire 
Light Infantry, Malta. 

RICE, Frank Gordon (Sept., 1894, to Aug., 1896), b. 3 April, 
1885. 

Son of Dr. George Rice, M.D., 46, Friar Gate, Derby. Studying 

Mechanical Engineering. 

RICE, Charleton Edmund (Sept., 1894, to Aug., 1896), b. 24 
April. 1886. 

Brother of above. Removed to Trent College. 

RICHARDSON, William Farnsworth (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 
1896), b. 21 Feb., 1880. 

Son of William Richardson, Manager of Boden & Co.'s Lace Works, 

Denston House, Burton Road, Derby. F. XI., 1895. Matriculated at 

London Univ., 1897. Assistant to Mr. McPherson, Architect, Derby, with 
whom he served his Articles. Probationer, Royal Institute British Architects. 

ULYETT, John (Sept., 1894, to April, 1897), b. 23 June, 1881. 

Son of Samuel Ulyett, Midland Railway Official, 13, Harriett Street, 
Derby. 

*WALKER, Ernest (Sept., 1894, to April, 1901), b. 17 May, 1885. 

Son of Percy Walker, 6, Pier Road, Erith, Kent. 

*\VYLDE, James Rawdon (Sept., 1894, to April, 1897), b. 29 
Aug., 1880. 

Son of Dr. J. Harold W^ylde, Hollingworth, Cheshire. Victoria Univ., 

Manchester, B.Sc. (Engineering Hons.) 1900. Assistant Engineer to the 
North Eastern Railway Co., Hull. 

BOROUGH, Charles Fk. Lister (Sept., 1894), b. 11 Dec, 1883. 

Son of Fk. Borough, O.D., Surgeon, St. Alkmund's Churchyard, D^by. 

BOILEAU, Oswald Ste. Croix (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1894), b. 
23 Mar., 1886. 

Nephew of Rev. John Ebsworth Matthews, M.A., St. Peter's Vicarage, 
Derby. 

CARTER, Francis Farrar (Sept., 1894, to Dec, 1899), b. 23 

July, 1884. 
Son of Francis L. Carter, O.D., Printer and Publisher, Trowell's Lane, 
Derby. In his father's business. 

"^CHELL, John Whyley (Jan., 1895, ^ Aug., 1898), b. 14 Aug., 
1880. 

Son of Rev. George Russell Chell, M.A., Kneesall Vicarage, Newark. 

Won the 220 yards Handicap, School Sports, 1895 ; the High Jump, School 
Sports, 1896 ; the Long Jump (School record of 20 ft. 5 in.). School Sports, 
1897; C. XL, 1897; F. XI. (Capt.), 1898; won the 100 yards Open, and the 
High Jump (when he equalh'd the School record of 5 ft. 1^ in.). School Sports, 
1898. Barrow Exh., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1898 ; won the Long Jump (20 ft.) 
at the Freshmen's Races, Christmas, 1898; tied for the High Jump (Ist); 
won the J-Mile. at his Coll. Sports, 1899; Matriculated at London Univ., Jan., 
1899; passed first two Exams, for M.B., 1899 ; played Football and Cricket 
for his Coll., 1899-1900; won the ^-Mile (54 sees.), Hurdles, and High Jump, 
at his Coll. Sports, 1900. Joined Imperial Yeomanry, 1901. South Africa, 



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] THB DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. 145 

FRANKLIN, Horace (Jan., 1895, *^ T>ec., 1897), b. 15 July, 
1879. 

Son of Councillor George E. Franklin, " St. Leonard's," Osmaston Iioad» 
Derby. Assistant Organist, King Street Chapel, Derby. 

GADSBY, John (Jan., 1895, to July, 1896), b. 14 June, 1884. 

Son of Henry F. Gadsby, O.D., Town Clerk, 16, Tenant Street, Derby. 

GADSBY, Reginald (Jan., 1895, to Dec, 1897), b. 24 Jan., 1886. 

Brother of above. 

HARPER, Clifford Povey (Jan., 1895, to Aug., 1896 ; re-entered, 
Sept., 1900), b. 7 Mar., 1887. 

Son of G. Povey Harper, Mining Engineer, 72, Wilson Street, Derby. 

HOCKEY, Alfred Henry (Jan., 189s, to Aug., 1901), b. 27 Oct., 
1886. 

Son of James Sydney Hockey, "The Limes," Mount Street, Derby; 
now Meadow View, Alvaston. 

JOBSON, John Edgar Vincent (Jan., 1895, ^ Aug., 1895), b. 
22 Jan., 1887. 

Son of Edgar W. Jobson, O.D., Iron Founder, 103, Friar Gate, Derby. 

♦KITCHEN, Harold Jennings (Jan., 1895, ^ April, 1901), b. 11 
Aug., 1885. 

Son of John Kitchen, Engineer and Ironmaster, High fields, Normanton. 
101, Windsor Hoad^ Southport. 

*MUDDIMAN, Arthur Bernard (Jan., 1895), ^- 4 A^o-> 1885. 

Son of Alexander Phillips Muddiman, The Gables, Parkstone, Dorset; 
late Editor and Proprietor of the Derby Gazette^ etc. C. XL, 1901. 

*NORRIS-ELYE, Leonard Toune Sterndale (Jan., 1895, to 
Dec, 1899), b. 15 Feb., 1884. 

Son of L. C. R. Norris-Elye, Orsett House, Orsett-Grays, Essex. 

C. XL, 1899. Certificate, Pianoforte (Higher Division), R.A.M., 1899. 

RUSSELL, Frederick Clifton (Jan., 1895), ^' ^ I^^^., 1886. 

Son of Robert Tennant Russell, Iron Founder, 44, Leopold Street, 
Derby. 

SMITH, Ronald James Evans (Jan., 1895, *o April, 1897), b. 14 
Oct., 1882. 

Son of George Feam Smith, Contractor, 155, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

8PARKES, Joseph Henry (Jan., 1895, to April, 1898), b. 28 
Nov., 1883. 

Son of William H. Sparkes, Ambastoni Derby. 

DANIEL, Reginald (May, 1895, to Aug., 1897), b. 29 May, 
1881. 

Son of Richard Daniel, Chemist, 5, Mill Hill Road, Derby. Certificate. 

Ist Class (Elem. Stage) Theoretical and Practical Metallurgy, Technical 
Coll., Derby, 1901. 

EATON, Arthur Henry (May, 1895, to Dec, 1898), b. 3 Sept., 
1882. 

HASLAM, Eric Seale (May, 1895, ^ A.ug., 1897). 

Son of Sir Alfred Haslam, M.P., Breadsall Priory. 

♦HEATHCOTE, Francis Joseph (May, 1895, ^ April, 1898), b. 
4 July, 1 88 1. 

Son of William Heathcote, J.P., Mayor of Derby, 1890, Bankwood, 
Duffield. 

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146 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1885 

NAYLOR, A. (May, 1895, ^o April 1896). 

Son of Reginald Naylor, Architect, 311, Burton Road, Derby. 

PARTRIDGE, Arthur Coltman (May, 1895, to Dec, 1897), b. 
8 Aug., 1881. 

Son of Edwin Partridge, Auctioneer, Leopold Street, Derby. Passed 

Prel. Exam. Incorporated Auctioneers* Society, 1897. 

PEARMAN, Albert Victor (May, 1895, ^ Dec, 1897), b. 30 
Jan., 1887. 

Son of the late Rev. James A. Pearman, Rector of Tansley. 78, Friar 

Gate^ Derby. 

SMITH, Frank Harold (May, 1895, to April. 1896), b. 30 May, 
1880. 

Son of late Alfred Smith, 28, Normanton Road, Derby. With Messrs. 

Pegg & Co., Ltd., Morledge, Derby. 

TOFT, Hubert Harry (May, 1895, to April, 1896), b. 18 May, 
1880. 

Son of Benjamin Toft, Schoolmaster, Littleover, near Derby. 

*ALLPORT, Francis Edward (Sept., 1895, ^ Dec, 1895), b. 22 
Aug., 1 88 1. 

Son of James Allport, Draycott, near Derby. 

ARCHBUTT, Reginald Charles (Sept., 1895), ^- ^ Sept., 1887. 

Son of Leonard Archbutt, Chief Analytical Chemist, Midland Railway, 
The Yews, Madeley Street, Derby. 

BARRS, Charles Noel (Sept., 1895, to April, 1896), b. 25 Dec, 
1885. 

Son of John Adcock Barrs, Stockbroker, The Hollies, Kedleston Road, 
Derby. 

♦CARNEGIE, John William Percy (Sept., 1895, to April, 1898), 
b. I Jan., 1887. 

Nephew of Rev. Charles Edward Carnegie, M.A., Bygrave Rectory, 
Baldock, Herts. 

CLAYE, Charles Aked (Sept., 1895), b. 12 July, 1884. 

Son of Edgar G. Claye, O.D., Darley Fields, Derby. 

CLAYE, Richard Bannister (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1898), b. 2 
June, 1886 ; d. 5 June, 1898. 

Brother of above. 

*COLLINS, Saroent (Sept., 1895, ^ April, 1896), b. 6 Sept., 
1879. 

Son of James E. Collins, Lime Villa, Quex Road, West Hampstead, N.W. 

COPE, George Arnold (Sept., 1895), b. 26 Dec, 1885. 

Son of John Ambrose Cope, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Croft House, 
Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

DAVIS, Wilfred Henry (Sept., 1895, *o April, 1900), b. 22 

Sept., 1883. 

Son of Henry Davis, O.D., Electrical Engineer, Castle Hill House, 
Duffield. Went to Rossall School between May, 1897, and Sept,, 1898. 

DUCK, Robert Herbert Vernon (Sept., 1895, ^ Aug., 1897), 
b. 27 Dec, 1881. 

Son of Levi Duck, 51, Becher Street, Derby. Obtained the following 

('ertificates : 2nd Class, Mathem. (Stage III.) ; 1st Class, Inorganic Chemistry 
(Elementary), Technical Coll., 1900 ; 2nd Class Magnetism and Electricity 
(Advanced Stige) ; 2iid Clans, Practical Inorganic Chemistry, at Exam, held 
by the Board of Education, Technical Coll., Derby, 1901. 



1895] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 147 

*FARNS\VORTH, Arthur Freiwell (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1898), 
b. 4 June, 1880. 

Son of William Farnsworth, Town Head House, Dore, Sheffield. 

F. XI. ; C. XL, 1898. 

♦HEWITT, John (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1899), b. 23 Dec, 1880. 

Son of John Ht-witt, 8, West Street, Dronfield. Natural Science 

Exh., Downing (>oll., Camb., 1898; Open Scholp. for Natural Science, Jesus 
Coll.. Camb., 1898; County Council Scholp., 1899 ; Jesus Coll., Camb.. 1899 ; 
Prize for Natural Science, 190() ; 1st Class (Part I.) Natural Science Tripos, 
and Prizeman for Science, 1901. 

HUNT, Curtis (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1897), b. 7 Jan., 1880. 

Sou of Charles Hunt, Over Lane, Bel per. Matriculated 1st Class, 

London Univ., 1897. 93, Monmouth Street, iShej^cld. 

JACKSON, William Stanley (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1898), b. 8 
Mar., 1882. 

Sen of William Jackson, Inland Revenue Officer, 16, Reginald Street, 

Derby. Three Scholps. at Hartley Coll., Southampton, 1898; passed 

London Univ. Matriculation Exam. (1st Class), 1899 ; Intermediate B.A. 
(Loud.), 1900. 

JENNINGS, Frank Percy (Sept., 1895, to April, 1898), b. 31 
Aug., 1881. 

Son of Sarah Jennings, The Rowans, Grove Park, Denmark Hill, S.E. 

Central Technical Coll., City and (iuilds, London, 1898-1901 ; Associate, 

City and Guilds Institute. Surveyor, Midland liailway, 1901. Derby. 

LESTON, Henry Edgar (Sept., 1895, ^^ April, 1898), b. 14 
April, 1 88 1. 

Son of George Leston, 34, Douglas Street, Derby. Midland Railway. 

199, Osmaston JRoad, Derby. 

MADGE, Ernest Edward (Sept., 1895, ^^ Aug., 1899), b. 22 
Sept., 1884. 

Son of the late Henry WooUey Madge, B.A., Solicitor, Liverpool. 

Naval Cadet, H.M. Training Ship, Conway. Top Boy, 1900. Commission 
in the R.N.R., Singapore. 

*MADGE, Harold (Sept., 1895), b. 15 April, 1886. 

Brother of above. 

MADGE, QuiNTus (Sept., 1895, to Aug, 1899), ^- 16 Nov., 1887. 

Brother of above. Merchant Taylors' School, Liverpool Branch. 

♦MERRY, John Tate (Sept., 1895, to Aug., 1898), b. i Feb., 
1882. 

Son of S. W. Merry, 25, Louth Road, Camberwell, S.E. F. XI., 

1897 ; Matriculated Ist Class, London Univ. Exam., 1898. Westminster 
Bank. London. 

*PHYSICK, John Searcy (Sept., 1895, ^ Aug., 1896), b. 9 April, 
1880. 

Son of Edward Joseph Physick, 8, St. Julian's Road, Kilburn, London, 
N.W. C. XI., 1896. 

♦SHIELDS, John (Sept., 1895, to April, 1899), b. i Feb., 1882. 

Son of John G. Shields, Manor House, Isley VValton, Derby. C. XI., 

1897 ; F. XL, 1898 

SKERTCHLEY, Walter (Sept., 1895, ^o Aug., 1896), b. 4 Jan., 
1880. 

Son of William John Skertchley, Registrar, Borrowash, near Derby. 

ANN, Harold Thomas (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1900), b. 22 April, 1886. 

Son of Edward Thomas Ann, J. P., Mayor of Derby in 1999, Parkfields, 
Derby. Removed to Marj^iite. 



148 THE D£BBY SCHOOL RE6ISTEB. [ 

ANN, William Eastland (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1900), b. 8 Oct., 
1887. 

Brother of preceding. RemoYed to Margate. 

CARNT, Sydney George (Jan., 1896, to April, 1900), b. 17 Aug^ 
1884. 

Son of W. George Camt, Secretary to Royal Infirmary, Derby. 

CHAPLIN, Arthub (Jan., 1896, to April, 1897), b. 4 June, 1882. 

Son of Marmaduke K. Chaplin, The Gables, Etwall, near Derby. 

*COOKE, Arthur Bancroft (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1897), b. i Jan.,. 
1882. 

Son of Bancroft Cooke, Cotton Broker, " Shortwood," Hoylake, Cheshire. 
Fruit Farming. Fillmore City^ co. Ventura^ South California. 

GRAVES, Horace Jocelyn (Jan., 1896), b. 19 Jan., 1887. 

Son of Horace Graves, Vernon Street, Derby. Rowland Scholp., 

1901. 

♦HEATHCOTE, Gilbert (Jan., 1896, to April, 1898), b. 29 Oct., 
1881. 

Son of Henry Charles Heathcote, Postmaster and Landowner, Winster,. 
00. Derby. Studied Medicine, Royal Infirmary, Manchester. Bath. 

LAND, William (Jan., 1896, to Dec, 1898), b. 28 Jan., 1883. 

Son of William Land, Merchant, 188, Burton Road, Derby. 

LAURIE, Robebt Douglas (Jan., 1896), b. 19 Aug., 1886. 

Son of Dr. Robert Laurie, O.D., Surgeon, Lome Villa, Osmaston Road, 
Derby. 

MADGE, Raymond (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1899), b. 5 Dec, 1881. 

Son of late Henry Woolley Madge, B.A., Solicitor, Liverpool. Emm- 
Coll., Camb., 1899. 

MARSDEiN, Edmund Douglas (Jan., 1896, to Aug., i9oo)yb. 2 
Feb., 1887. 

Son of Aid. William Henry Marsden, J.P., Mile Ash, Derby. 

♦PARKER, Fbbderick Pbospeb (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1896), b. 6 
April, 1883. 

Son of William Frye Parker, Prof. Royal Academy of Music, 83, Rowan 
Road, Hammersmith, W. Coutts' Bank, London. 

RICKARD, Edwabd Douglas (Jan., 1896), b. 27 Aug., 1886. 

Son of Douglas Rickard, O.D., Silk Manufacturer, Friar Gate House, 
Derby. 

♦ROWLAND, George Westcar (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1897), b. 
22 Feb!, 1882. 

Son of Mary Rowland, Green Hill, Evesham. 

SALT, Charles Rowland (Jan., 1896, to Aug., 1898), b. 12 Dec.^ 
1881. 

Son of Charles John Salt, Sunnyside, Mickleover, near Derby. 

♦WHITE, Cecil Samuel (Jan., 1896, to April, 1899), b. 22 Sept., 

1884. 

Son of William White, 81, St. Peter's Hill, Grantham. 

WHITE, Frederick Ernest (May, 1896, to Aug., 1897), ^- 29 

April, 1 88 1. 

Sou of Archibald White, 83, Curzon Street, Derby. Lloyd's Bank, 

Derby. 

*BROWN, Gresham (May, 1896, to Aug., 1897), b. 12 Jan., 1882. 

Son of Ellen Brown, Preston House, Redhill, Surrey. C. XL, 1897. 



] THE DEBBY SCHOOL BEGISTEB. 149 

CARTWRIGHT, Joseph (May, 1896, to April, 1901), b. 27 Jan., 
1888. 

Son of late Robert Cartwright, Surveyor, Alrewas House, Alrewas, near 
Barton. 

*CASE, Joseph (May, 1896, to Dec, 1897), b. 12 Oct., 1880. 

Son of Edward Case, 9, Vicarage Drive, Eastbourne. F. XI., 1896. 

Agricultural College, Cirencester. 

COOK, Alan Trefusis (May, 1896, to Dec, 1900), b. 29 Mar., 
1888. 

Son of Robert James Cook, Surgeon, Mount Carmel, Burton Road, 
Derbv. 

ELDRID, Valentine Byron de la Pole (May, 1896, to Dec, 
1896), b. 14 Feb., 1880. 

Son of Agatha Eldrid, 82, Friar Gate, Derby. Articled to a Lawyer, 

Derby. 

*GR00ME, George Reginald (May, 1896, to Aug., 1899), b. 5 
Aug., 1 88 1. 

c/o The Dean of Winchester. F. XI. ; C. XI. (Capt.), 1899 ; Certificate 

I.S.M. {Advanced Grade, Rons.), 1898; Prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball, 
School Sports, 1898 ; won the 100 yards Open and Long Jump, School 
Sports, 1899; Captain of Cadet Corps, 1899. Since 1900, Assistant Master, 
Ascham House School, Eastbourne. 

*LACY, Leonard Fulleck (May, 1896, to Dec, 1897), b. 19 Aug., 
1883. 

Son of Henry R. de. L. Lacy, Private Tutor, Ealing, W. 

♦ROBERTSON, Archibald Lyon (May, 1896, to April, 1898), 
b. 25 June, 1883. 

Son of H. L. Robertson, Boscoli, Rio Janeiro, Brazil. 

SHARP, John Edward (May, 1896, to Dec, 1896), b. 4 Feb., 
1888. 

Son of John A. Sharp, Surgeon, Charnwood House, Derby. 

STONE, Arnold (May, 1896, to April, 1901), b. 21 June, 1886. 

Son of Frederick Stone, Solicitor, The Lindens, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

*BECK, Frederick William (Sept., 1896), b. 15 Aug., 1886. 

Son of Thomas James Beck, O.D., Midland Railway Official, 86, Charn- 
wood Street, Derby. 

BURTON, Herbert (Sept., 1896, to Aug., 1898), b. 23 Feb., 
1883. 

Son of William Burton, School Inspector, 56, Douglas Sti-eet, Derby. 
Certificate R.A.M., Pianoforte (Higher Division), 1^8. 

■*CASE, Gerald Otley (Sept., 1896, to April, 1898), b. 22 June, 
1883. 

Son of Edward Case, Engineer, New Hall, Dymchurch, Kent. 

Lancing Coll., Sussex. 

*CHARVILLE, John Thomas Richards (Sept., 1896, to Aug., 
1898), b. 26 Mar., 1881. 

Son of John Peck Charville, Farmer, Cole-Orton, Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 

C. XT.; F. XI., 1897; Prize for Throwing the Cricket Ball, School 

Sports, 1897. 

COXON, Thomas Roger (Sept., 1896, to Dec, 1898), b. 14 Mav, 
1888. 

Son of Thomas W. Coxon, B.A., O.D., Solicitor, Western Bank, Derby. 



150 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ |8K 

*DAV1ES, Ralph Warblrton (Sept., 1896, to Aug., 1897), b. 30 
Dec, 1883. 

Son of Charles Robert Davies, Engineer, Somersall Hall, near Chester- 
field. 

*DAV1ES, Felix Carr (Sept., 1896, to April, 1897), b. 2 Julv, 
1885. 

Brother of above. 

*FRITH, Gilbert (Sept., 1896, to Dec, 1900), b. 27 Feb., 1884. 

Son of John Frith, Engineer to the Duke of l3evonshire, Beechcroft, 
Baslow. C. XI., 1900. 

♦GREAVES, Thomas (Sept., 1896, to April, 1898), b. 11 Oct., 
1885. 

Son of Thomas Greaves, Highfield House, New Brampton, Chesterfield. 

HICKLING, Albert (Sept., 1896, to Dec, 1898), b. 13 Mav, 
1883. 

Son of James Hickling, 8, Cnmmings Street, Derby. 

*INNES, William Caithness Chandos (Sept., 1896, to April, 1898),. 
b. 16 June, 1882. 

Son of John Caithness Innes, Surgeon, Barton Villa, Matlock Bath. 

♦JENKINSON, Francis Oliver (Sept., 1896), b. 25 Mar., 1888. 

Nephew of Mary Francos Jebb, 5, The Gables, Uttoxeter New Road« 
Derby. 

♦JENSEN, Jens (Sept., 1896. to Dec, 1899), b. 16 April, 1886. 

Son of Alice Mary Jensen, Forest Side, Epping, Essex. 

*JONES, Frederick Thomas Averay (Sept., 1896, to April, 1898), 
b. 22 Ans:., 1883. 

Son of Rev. Alexander George Jones, M.A., Yarkhill Vicarage, Here- 
ford. Certificate of R.A.M., Pianoforte (Higher Division, with distinction)^ 

1898. Studying Organ with Dr. Sinclair, Hereford Cathedral. 

LESTON, John Archibald (Sept., 1896),!). 17 Dec, 1883. 

Son of George Leston, 34, Douglas Street, Derby. 

NEVILLE-COX, Arthur (Sept., 1896), b. 16 May, 1886. 

Son of S. Neville-Cox, Professor of Music, 69, Green Lane, Derby. 

Ist Class (Elementary Stage) Hum. Phys. Exam., held by the Board of 
Education, TechnicalCoU., Derby, 1901. 

*PALMER, Cecil James (Sept., 1896. to June, 1901), b. 24 Nov., 
1882. 

Son of Annie Palmer, 13, Victoria Street, Dronfield. F. XI.; C. XI. ; 

County Council Scholp., 1899 ; Captain of the School, 1900-1. Successful at 
the Civil Service P2xam., 1901. 

PALMER, W^iLLiAM Walton (Sept., 1896, to Aug., 1898), b. 29 
Aug., 1 88 1. 

Son of George Palmer, Midland Railway Surveyor, 8, Swinburne Street, 
Derby. 

SOWTER, Gilbert Vernon (Sept., 1896), b. 23 Oct., 1887. 

Son of Fk. L. Sowter, Chartered Accountant, The Poplars, Bass Street, 
Derby. 

*STOWER, Joseph William (Sept., 1896, to April, 1898), b. 22 
Nov., 1 88 2. 

Guardian : Hoby Thorpe. Friar Lane, Nottingham. In a Merchanf^s 

Office. 29, St. Mark Street, Ladywood, Birmingham. 



18961 THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 151 

*TAYLOR, Alfred Rickard (Sept., 1896, to April, 1899), b. 24 
Sept., 1882. 

Sou of Francis James Taylor, Solicitor, Overdale, Bakewell. Gaius 

Coll., Camb., 1900. 

*\VINSER, Arthur Andrew Partridge (Sept., 1896, to April, 
1900), b. 30 Oct., 1 88 1. 

Sou of Rev. Charles John Winser, M.A., Vicar of Market Drayton, 

Salop. C. XI. (Capt.), 1899; Captain of the School, 1900; Academical 

Clerkship, Magd. Coll., Ox., 1900. 

HOWELL, Roland Aneurin (Sept., 1896, to April, 1900), b. 21 
July, 1888. 

Son of Rev. Jonathan Howell, M.A., All Saints' Vicarage, Derby. 

BEACH, George Frederick William (Jan., 1897, to Aug., 1898), 
b. 29 July, 1884. 

Son of George Frederick Beach, Rose Hill Street, Derby. 

BEACH, Herbert Gladstone (Jan., 1897, to April, 1899), ^- '9 
Jan., 1887. 

Brother of above. 

BEACH, Thomas Vernon (Jan., 1897, to April, 1899), b. 3 Mar., 
1888. 

Brother of above. 

DOULD, Charles (Jan., 1897, to Aug., 1898), b. 14 May, 1883. 

Son of Charles Dould, Silk Manufacturer, The Plantation, Quarndon, 
near Derby. In his father's office, Derby. 

LOWNDS, Harry (Jar., 1897, to Aug., 1898), b. 14 Dec, 
1888. 

Son of Sophia Lownds, 28, High Street, Derby. 

MOON, Christopher Robert Cecil (Jan., 1897), b. 17 Dec, 
1887. 

Son of George Davis Moon, Surgeon, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

RUSSELL, Harold (Jan., 1897), b. 16 Nov., 1885. 

Son of John Eyre Russell, Iron Founder, 38, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

WERE, Edward Julian (Jan., 1H97, to April, 1898), b. 19 Oct., 
1888. 

Son of Right Rev. Edward Ash Were, D.D., Bishop of Derby. 

*WOOD, William Chaworth Percyvall Hathorn (Jan., 1897), 
b. 31 Oct., 1885. 

Son of Rev. Hugh Hathorn Wood, M.A., Langar Rectory, Notts. 

BETTLE, James Selby (Jan., 1897), b. 22 May, 1890. 

Son of James V. Bettle, Merchant, 11, Full Street, Derby. 

♦BENNETT, James Bury Sterndale- (Jan., 1897, to Dec, 1899), 
b. 10 Nov., 1889. 

Son of J. R. Sterndale Bennett, M.A., Head Master, Derby School. 

VAUGHAN, Ralph Marsh (Jan., 1897), b. 26 July, 1891. 

Son of T. Vaughan, 25, Swinburne Street, Derby. 

WADE, Edward (Jan., 1897). 

Son of Edward Job Wade, Ivy House, Mickleover. 

BARTRUM, Vere Arscott (May, 1897, to Aug., 1898), b. 18 
Mar., 1891. 

Son of W. H. Bartrum, Veterinary Surgeon, 21, Charnwood Street, 
Derby. 



152 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1897 

BENNER, John Grey (May, 1897, to Dec, 1897), b. 24 May, 
1884. 

Son of Henry Benner, Inland Revenue Officer, 37, St. Chad's Road, 
Derby. 

ENSOR, Tom Douglas (May, 1897), b. 23 Mar., 1888. 

Son of Thomas Ensor, 10, Forest View, Empress Road, Burton Road, 
Derby. 

♦EVERITT, Percy James (May, 1897, to Dec, 1899), b. 30 Julv, 
1883. 

Son of James Everitt, Professor of Music, Lansdowne House, Alton, 
Hants. Guardian Insurance Co., London. 

FINCH, Leslie Hales (May, 1897), b. 4 May, 1899. 

Son of "Walter Finch, Head Brewer, Stretton's Brewery, South Hill 
House, Radboume Street, Derby. 

GANDY, Norman (May, 1897), b. 5 Dec, 1888. 

Son of John W. Gandy, O.D., J.P., " Rozelle," Swinburne Street, Derby. 

♦PARES, William Thomas (May, 1897, to Aug., 1898), b. 11 
June, 1889. 

Son of Agnes Pares, Spring Cottage, Derby Road, Burton-on-Trent. 

PEACOCK, Archibald Davidson (May, 1897), b. 29 April, 1889. 

Son of John Peacock, Manager of Evans' Cotton Mills, Darley Abbey. 

RICKARD, George Bates (May, 1897, to Aug., 1900), b. 17 
June, 1888. 

Son of Elizabeth Theresa Rickard, 21, Bass Street, Derby. 

*WADE, Cyril Selwyn (May, 1897, to Dec, 1900), b. 26 June, 
1885. 

Son of Amelia Wade, Prof, of Music, Oakover, Bumham, Somerset. 

F. XI., 1900. Certificate, B.A.M., Pianoforte (Higher Division), 1899. Articled 
to Messrs. Mordey k Carney, Ltd., Engineers, Southampton, 

ATTHILL, John Lombe (Sept., 1897), b. 17 Jan., 1888. 

Guardian : Rev. John Haddon Askwith, M.A., Vicar of Christ Church, 
Derby. 

BAILEY, Ben (Sept., 1897, to April, 1898), b. 13 Aug., 1890. 

Guardian : William Wright Bemrose, Littleover Hill. 

*DAVIES, Chalmers Sawelian (Sept., 1897), b. 8 April, 1886. 

Son of Rev. Daniel Sawelian Davies, Llanybri Vicarage, Carmarthen. 

^GAMBLE, Evelyn Charles Warburton (Sept., 1897, to Dec, 
1898), b. 16 Dec, 1882. 

Son of Amy Gamble, 34, Fairholme Road, West Kensington, London. 

Stock Exchange. 66, Old Broad Street ^ London^ E.G. 

GOODWIN, Sydney (Sept., 1897), b. 16 Aug., 1889. 

Son of G. H. Goodwin, Spa House, Stockbrook Street, Derby. 

*HONE, Ernest James (Sept., 1897, to April, 1899), b. 16 Aug., 
1884. 

Son of Captain H. Hone, 4th Rifle Brigade, Dublin. 

HUGHES, John Leonard (Sept., 1897, to Aug., 1899), b. 30 
Nov., 1882. 

Son of Rev. Joseph Hughes, B.A., Vicar of Chellaston. 

*MAY, Harry Jowett (Sept., 1897, to Aug., 1899), b. 25 Mar.. 
1883. 

Son of George May, 67, Ady's Road, East Dulwich, London, S.E. 

C. XI., 1899. 



1897] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 153 

-*POGMORE, RiGBY (Sept., 1897. to Aug., 1899), b. 21 July, 1888. 

Son of Frederick George Pogmore, Land Agent, Greenhill Cottage, 
Alfreton, co. Derby. 

RICKARD, Habold William (Sept., 1897), b. 17 June, 1889. 

Son of Douglas Bickard, O.D., Silk Manufacturer, Friar Gate, Derby. 

^^ROBERTSON, John Henky M. (Sept., 1897), b. 8 July, 1886. 

Son of John Robertson, Villa Merlini, Alassio, Italy, and 9, Bedford Row, 
Worthing. Won the ^-mile Handicap, School Sports, 1901. 

*SALE, Geoboe William (Sept., 1897, to July, 1900), b. 12 Dec, 
1882. 

Son of William Hanson Sale, Mancetter Cottage, Atherstone. F. XI. ; 

C. XI., 1899. 

SMITH, Joseph Arthur (Sept., 1897), b. 16 Oct., 1886. 

Son of Mary Anne Smith, Rougemont, Highfield Road, Derby. 

SMITH, William Alfred (Sept., 1897), b. 29 Oct., 1886. 

Son of George Fearn Smith, Contractor, 43, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

STATHAM, Stanley Arthur (Sept., 1897), b. 12 Aug., 1887. 

Son of Jessie Kate Statham, 182, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

STATHAM, Edward Henry (Sept., 1897), b. 5 Feb., 1889. 

Brother of above. 

^WILLIAMS, William Aydon (Sept., 1897V b. 4 Jan., 1887. 

Son of William Williams, Head Master, Llanrnos School, Llandudno. 

CXI., 1901 1 

*WHITFIELD, Robert Lauglin Dioby (Sept., 1897, to Aug., 
1898), b. 12 Sept., 1879. 

Son of Major George Digby Whitfield, Junior United Service Club, 

Charles Street, London. School of Medicine, Edinburgh. Commission, 

Royal Artillery, Channel Island*. 

WOOD, Beven Arthur Robert (Sept., 1897, to Aug., 1900), b. 
4 Nov., 1884. 

Son of A. Rawlinson Wood, Mus. Bac, Professor of Music, Organist at 

St. Luke's, Derby; 119, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. Won the J-mile 

Handicap, School Sports, 1900. 

WOOD, Charles Rawlinson (Sept., 1897, to April, 1901), b. 15 
Sept., 1887, 

Brother of above. 

<30LES, Harold Lewis (Jan., 1898, to Aug., 1899), b. 2 Mar., 
1884. 

Son of Henry J. Coles, Mechanical Engineer, Grosvenor House, Western 
Bank, Derby. Removed to Trent Coll. 

"*COOKE, Philip Martin (Jan., 1898), b. 20 May, 1884. 

Son of Joseph Henry Cooke, Solicitor, Ashbourne. 

DANIEL, B. (Jan., 1898, to April, 1898). 

Son of Rev. Richard Blackburn Daniel, Park View, Strutt's Park, 
Derby ; now Moorlands, Harrogate, Yorks. 

"^FLETCHER, Jonathan Woodward (Jan., 1898, to Dec, 1898), 
b. 16 Mar.. 1886. 

Son of Jonathan Fletcher, Makeney Old Hall, co. Derby. 

GOODWIN, William Bernard (Jan., 1898), b. i Jan., 1893. 

Son of G. H. Goodwin, Spa House, Stookbrook Street, Derby. 

HARWOOD, Reginald H. (Jan., 1898), b. 15 Jan., 1889. 

Son of Charles Harwood, Bank Official, 75, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 



154 THE DERBY SCHOOL BEGISTER. [1898 

IIEYWOOD, William Henry Valentine (Jar., 1898, to Aug., 
1900),/ b. 17 July, 1884. 

Son of William W. Heywood, Schoolmaster, Trowel's Line, Derby. 

Engineering Pupil, Midland Railway Locomotive Works. 

*IIODGE, Stuart William Harry (Jan., 1898, to Dec, 1898), 
I). 10 Aug., 1885. 

Son of Mrs. C. M. Hodge, Clifton House, near Ashbourne. 

McCALLUM, Percy (Jan., 1898), b. 26 Mar., 1888. 

Son of P. S. McCallum, Estate Agent, Midland Railway, Holly Bush 
House, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

MEDHUUST, Charles Edward Hastings (Jan., 1898), b. 16 
Oct., 1885. 

Son of Major Charles Medhurst, 45th Regt., 87, Harrington Street. 
Derby. 

*NOBLE, Alan Henry (Jan., 1898, to Aug., 1901), b. 9 Feb., 
1885. 

Son of Mrs. S. A. Noble, 22, Burton Street, Loughborough. F. XL ; 

C XL 1900; won the Long Jump, High Jump, and Hurdles, School Sports. 
1900; won the same three events, the 100 yards Open, and the Mile, School 
Sports, 1901. Parr's Bank. TltornJiiU^ IVairingtoii lioail^ Prescot. 

ORME, Edward Stuart (Jan., 1898, to April, 190D), b. 9 Juno. 
1892. 

Son of Edmund Orme, O.D., Merchant, *• Lyndhurst," Burto 1 Road, 
Derby, 

RICE, Richard Greville (Jan., 1898), b. 10 Aug., 1888. 

Son of Dr. George Rice, M.D., 46, Friar Gate, Derby. 

THOMPSON, William Outram (Jan.. 1898, to Aug., 1899), b. 
10 Aug., 1885. 

Son of Thomas William Thompson, Waverley Lodge, Nottingham Road, 
Derby ; now Woodville Brewery, Leicester. 



percB Iftitto Uollit, /ft.H., 1bea& /ftaster, 1898. 



ATT woo I), Frederick Newton (May, 1898, to April, 1900), 
b. 6 May, 1889. 

Son of Matthew Attwood, Solicitor, Arnold House, Bass Street, Derby. 

B0x\M, Percy (May, 1898, to April, 1899), b. 3 July, 1883. 

Son of Thomas Herbert Boam, Colliery Agent, Brunswick House, Nor- 
manton Road, Derby. 

HAMBLY, Francis Herbert (Mav, 1898, to Aug., 1899), b, 17 
Nov., 1883. 

Sou of Catherine M. Hambly, Mount Carmel, Derby. 

HILL, Alexander August (May, 1898), b. 11 Sept., 1892. 

Sou of Arthur John Hill, 78, Ro*se Hill Street, Derby. 

NEWTON, Matthew Bernard (May, 1898). b. 19 Nov.. 1886. 

Son of Peter Newton, Merchant, Green Lane, Derby. 



18963 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 165 

ROE, Robert Arnold (May, 1898). b. 12 June, 1885. 

Sou of Dr. W. R. Roe, Head Master of Deaf and Dumb Institution, 
Derby. 

ROE, William Carey (May, 1898), b. 26 Dec, 1886. 

Brother of above. 

THIRLBY, Stuart Longsdon (May, 1898, to April, 1901), b. 2 
June, 1892. 

Son of Frank Stuart Thirlby, Solicitor, Ijittleover, Derby. 

*DAWSON, Charles Henry Dakeyne (Sept., 1898, to Aug., 1900), 
b. 14 June, 1882. 

Son of Josepli Henry Dawson, J.P., View Cottage, Darley Dale, co. Derby. 
C. XI., 1899; won the *-mile Handicap, School Sports, 1899; Certi- 
ficate, R.A.M., Pianoforte (Higher Division), 1899; won the Mile Open, 
School Sports, 1900. 

LANCASTER, Samuel (Sept., 1898, to Dec, 1898), b. 19 June, 
1882. 

Son of Mrs. Lancaster, Mansfield. 

LANCASTER, George Cursham (Sept., 1898, to Dec, 1898). 

Brother of above. 

ABELL, Robert Jasper (Sept., 1898), b. 26 Feb., 1886. 

Son of John Thomas Abell, M.R.C.V.S., Elm Tree House, Uttoxeter 
New Road, Derby. 

CART WRIGHT, William John Morley (Sept., 1898), b. 30 
April, 1890. 

Son of Mrs. Cartwright, Derbj'. 

DYER, Herbert Hedley (Sept., 1898), b. 9 Sept., 1891. 

Son of A. H. Dyer, 300, Burton Road, Derby. 

LAFFAN, Edward Murray Claude (Sept., 1898, to April, 1899), 
b. 6 April, 1883. 

Son of Dr. E. Murray Laffan, Mill Hill Road, Derby. 

LYNCH, Percy James (Sept., 1898, to Aug., 1901), b. 13 April,. 
1884. 

Son of Capt. William Lj'nch, Arboretum Square, Derby. P. XI., 

1900; C. XL, 1901. 

LYNCH, Herbert Bartnett (Sept., 1898), b. 10 June, 1885. 

Brother of above. F. XI. ; C. XI., 1901. 

♦SMITH, Frank Newton (Sept., 1898), b. 17 Dec, 1886. 

Son of Mrs. Smith, The Hall, Uttoxeter. 

♦WALKER, Hugh (Sept., 1898), b. i Mar., 1890. 

Son of Percy Walker, 60, St. John's Park, Blackheath. 

♦WE ALL, Benjamin (Sept., 1898), b. 7 Mar., 1889. 

Sou of Benjamin Weall, Cross Cliff Hill, Lincoln. 

♦WEALL, W'illiam Walter (Sept., 1898), b. 22 July, 1890. 

Brother of above. 

BRIGGS, James (Jan., 1899), b. 5 Mar., 1889. 

Son of James Briggs, 5, Charuwood Street, Derby. 

CONROY, Frank Meienbero (Jan., 1899), b. 14 Oct., 1890. 

Son of Joseph Henry Conroy, 276, Burton Road, Derby. 

COOKE, WiLLi.AM Ernest (Jan., 1899, to April, 1899), b. 11 
April, 1882. 

Son of Llewelyn Morgan Cooke, Lecturer, Swinburne Street, Derby. 



166 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

DEELEY, Horace Mountford (Jan., 1899), b. 14 July, 1888. 

Son of Richard Mountford Deeley, Engineer, 38, Charnwood Street, 
Derby. 

DINN, Alfred Charles (Jan., 1899, to Dec, 1899), b. 15 Dec, 
1883. 

Son of Charles William Dinn, Solicitor, Spondon. 

HEATH, George Edwin (Jan., 1899), ^- 9 Nov., 1889. 

Son of Edwin Heath, Snelston Villa, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

HEFFORD, Joseph Alfred (Jan., 1899), b. 29 April, 1884. 

Son of Joseph A. Hefford, 3, Gower Street, Derby. F. XI. ; C. XL, 

1901. 

HORNE, Harold Reginald (Jan., 1899), b. 3 Sept., 1892. 

Son of Edgar Home, J.P., Westbourne, Mill Hill, Derby. 

JOHNSON, Harry R. Brookhouse (Jan., 1899, to Dec, 1900), 
b. 9 Aug., 1889. 

Son of Frederick Johnson, Manufacturer, 147, Burton Road, Derby. 

KEELING, Francis Newby (Jan., 1899), ^- 24 May, 1887. 

Son of Edgar Keeling, The Poplars, Duffield. 

LAFFAN, Cecil V. Murray Clement (Jan., 1899, tj April, 1899), 
b. 23 April, 1888. 

Son of Dr. E. Murray Laffan, Mill Hill Road, Derby. 

LOMAS, Christopher (Jan., 1899, to Aug., 1900), b. 18 Oct., 
1884. 

Son of Robert Lomas, Hazelwood Hall, near DufiSeld. 

MOORE, Alfred Spencer (Jan., 1899, to Dec, 1900), b. 13 
Sept., 1884. 

Son of Alfred Moore, Manufacturing Jeweller, 57, Sacheverel Street, 
Derby. F. XI., 1900. 

SWALLOW, Joseph Cedric (Jan., 1899), b. 22 April, 1889. 

Son of Egerton Swallow, 3, Reginald Street, Derby. 

^THOMPSON, Cyril Harry (Jan., 1899, to Aug., 1899), b. 16 
July, 1888. 

Son of T. W. Thompson, Wooden Box Brewery, Burton. 

TRIPP, Hubert Brereton (Jan., 1899), b. 21 Nov., 1890. 

Son of Charles Howard Tripp, Managing Director of Ind, Coope & Co., 
Burton, North Lees, Duffield Road, Derby. 

TRIPP, Donald Owen (Jan., 1899), b. 21 Nov., 1890. 

Brother of above. 

WILMSHURST, Arthur Percival (Jan., 1899, to Aug., 1900), 
b. 21 Mar., 1894. 

Son of Thomas Percival Wilmsharst, M.I.E.E., Manager of the Borough 
Electric Light Station, Lime Leigh, Burton Road, Derby. 

YEOMANS, Harry Mountford (Jan., 1899, to Dec, 1899), b. 
4 Nov., 1884. 

Son of Thomas Edward Yeomans, 21, Midland Road, Derby. 

~* YOUNG, Philip Norton Frushard (Jan., 1899), b. 17 Mar., 
1885. 

Son of Rev. Philip Young, Sleaford, Lines. C. XI., 1900. 



] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 157 

BAGSHAWE, Cecil Leonard Gill (May, 1899), b. 24 Aprils 
. 1893. 

Sou of Capt. L. A. Bagshawe, The Lindens, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. 

BASFORD, Arnold (May, 1899), b. 29 April, 1887. 

Son of Bromley Basford, Newspaper Publisher, Easedale, Littleover 
Hill, Derby. 

BASFORD, Stanley (May, 1899), b. 27 April. 1888. 

Brother of above. 

BASFORD, Alec Lindsay (May, 1899), b. 31 Jan., 1891. 

Brother of above. 

BERRY, Alec Elmslie (May, 1899), b. 26 April, 1885. 

Son of A. E. Berry, 204, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

BOYD, Robert Pollock (May, 1899), b. 21 Aug., 1888. 

Son of George Boyd, Glen Rosa, Littleover Hill, Derby. 

CHEETHAM, John Cowpbr (May, 1899), b. i Jan., 1888. 

Son of John Cheetham, Auctioneer, 85, Leopold Street, Derby. 

EDEN, William Brookes (May, 1899, to April, 1900), b. 28 
Sept., 1885. 

Son of George Eden, Park House, Alvaston. 

GARDNER, Albert Francis Churchill (May, 1899), b. 9 July, 
1890. 

Son of Samuel Churchill Gardner, 80, Leacroft Road, Derby. 

GRINLING, George Noel (May, 1899), b. 28 Dec, 1889. 

Son of Arthur J. Grinling, Head Engineer of Great Northern Railway, 
32, Friar Gate, Derby. 

HODGSON, John Ernest (May, 1899), b. 4 Feb., 1890. 

Son of Rev. John William Hodgson, Congregational Minister, 23, Cham- 
wood Street, Derby. 

JAMES, William Bloomfibld (May, 1899, to Aug., 1899), b. 17 
May, 1887. 

Son of Rev. G. Howard James, Baptist Minister, The Manse, Cham- 
wood Street, Derby. 

JAMES, Eric De Carle (May, 1899), b. 20 Dec, 1888. 

Brother of above. 

JEFFERSON, Egbert (May, 1899), b. 14 Dec, 1890. 

Son of Robert Jefferson, jun., " Lyndhurst," 107, Radbourne Street, 
Derby. 

MOORE, Hugo (May, 1899), b. 23 Jan., 1887. 

Son of Alfred Moore, Manufacturing Jeweller, 57, Sacheverel Street, 
Derby. 

NEWBOULD, Maurice (May, 1899, to April, 1901), b. 11 May, 
1889. 

Son of William James Newbould, Castle Hill, DuflQeld. 

NUTT, Allan Vaughan (May, 1899), b. 10 Oct., 1885. 

Son of Joseph Nathaniel Nutt, O.D., Chartered Accountant, Littleover 
Hill, Derby. 

NUTT, Arnold (May, 1899), b. 2 Oct., 1889. 

Brother of above. 

OTTEWELL, Draper (May, 1899), b. 14 Feb., 1891. 

Son of Albert Ottewell, The Gardens, 202, Osmaston Road, Derby. 




168 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ 

PATERSON, Robert William Browning (May, 1S99, to April 
1901), b. 29 Dec, 1887. 

Son of Dr. Alexander Browning Paterson, 205, Normantoii Road, 
Derby. 

RICHARDSON, William Edwin (May, 1899, ^^ Dec, 1900), 
b. 26 Dec, 1888. 

Son of George Richardson, 1, Sale Street, Derby. 

RICKARD, Hugh Percy (May, 1899, to April, 1900), b. 15 Sept., 
1892. 

Son of Mrs. Elizabeth T. Riukard, Orchard House, Bakewell. 

SHENTON, George Edward (May, 1899), b. n Nov., 1884. 

Son of Thomas F. Shentou, Merchant, 1, Bramble Street, Derby, 

SMITH, Leslie Archibald Burgoyne (May, 1899), ^- 12 Oct, 
1890. 

Son of Francis Smith, 107, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

WARD, Dudley William (May, 1899), b. 23 Sept., 1885. 

Son of F. W. Ward, 8, Chestnut Avenue, Derby. 

WEBBER, George Henry (May, 1899), b. 6 Mar.. 1885. 

Son of Rev. George Henry Webber, B.A., 171, Uttoxeter New Road 
Derby. 

WOODIWISS, Abraham (May, 1899), b. 19 Oct., 1887. 

Son of Aid. Abraham Woodiwiss, J.P., Mayor of Derby in 1839 
Springhill, Duffield. ' 

YEOMANS, Albert Edward (May, 1899), b. 16 June, 1888 

Son of Thomas Edward Yeomans, Midland Road, Derby. 

BENNETT, Mark Hazard (Sept., 1899), b. 12 Dec, 1887. 

Son of Samuel Bennett, jun.. Merchant, 42, St. Peter's Street, Derby. 

CONSTABLE, William George (Sept., 1899), b. 27 Oct., 1887. 

Son of W. G. Constable, B.A., B.Sc, Head Master of Gerard Street 
Higher Grade School, Derby. 

GOXON, Richard Humphrey (Sept., 1899), b. 11 Mar., 1891. 

Son of Thomas William Coxon, B.A., O.D,, Solicitor, Westp-rn Mount. 
Derby. 

DOWNMAN, Cuthbert Percival Clement (Sept., 1899), b. 24 
July, 1 89 1. 

Son of Rev. Frank Percival Downman, 28, Hartiugton Street, Derby. 

DOWNMAN, Theodore Frank Cyril (Sept., 1899^ b. 8 Oct., 
1892. 

Brother of above. 

♦DRABBLE, Archibald Stanley (Sept., 1899), b. 20 Jan., 1890. 

Son of Thomas Cooper Drabble, J.P., The Lodge, Darley Dale.* 

♦DUNNING, Cyril Gordon (Sept., 1899), b. 18 Aug., 1884. 

Stepson of T. C. J. Harrison, The Firs, Breaston, co. Derby. C. XI. 

GADSBY, Henry (Sept., 1899), b. 20 July, 1890. 

Son of Henry F. Gadsby, O.D., Town Clerk, Derwent Bank, Derby. 

♦HOBLEY, Charles McDonald (Sept., 1899), b. 2 Dec. 1884. 

Son of Charles Hobley, Choristers' School, Lichfield. * 

HOWELL, N0R.MAN Gwenwyn (Sept., 1899), b. n Oct. i8qi 

Son of Rev. Jonathan Howell, M.A., All Saints' Vicarage, Derby. 



1899] THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 159 

♦McGregor, Frank (Sept., 1899), b. 18 May, 1883. 

Son of J. A. McGregor, 1, Victoria Terrace, Stockton Heath, War- 
rini,'ton. C. XI. ; F. XL, 1900. 

MELVILLE, Hugh Colquhoun (Sept., 1899), b. 18 Sept., 
1885. 

Nephew of Dr. R. W. Gentles, 47, Hartington Street, Derby. 

MURPHY, James Brabazon (Sept., 1899), b. 13 Mar., 1890. 

Son of Octavius B. Murphy, O.D., Dental Surgeon, Castle Lodge, 
Duffield. 

SOMERSET, ViLLiEas Henry Plantagenet (Sept., 1899, *o April, 
1901), b. 16 Oct., 1890. 

Guardian: Charles E. Wilde, Registrar, H.M.'s Court of Probate, 
Highfield House, Derby. 

TOMLINSON, Norman (Sept., 1899, to Dec, 1899). 

Son of Elias Tomlinson, Over Lane, Belper. 

WALLIS, Oswald Henry (Sept., 1899, to April, 1901), b. 7 July, 
1884. 

Son of Percy Wallis, O.D., 97, Friarfield Villas, Uttoxeter New Road, 
Derby. C. XL, 1900. Midland Railway, Derby. 

* WALTER, Reginald Arthur (Sept., 1899, to Dec, 1900), b. 
6 Feb., 1885. 

Son of W. W. Walter, 52, East India Dock Road, London, E. C. XI ; 

F. XL, 1900. Prudential Assurance Co., Hoi born Bars, London^ E.G. 

GRAVES, Aubrey Douglas (Jan., 1900), b. Aug., 1890. 

Son of Horace Graves, 7, Vernon Street, Derby. 

HEWITT, Harry Aspdin (Jan., 1900), b. 17 Dec, 1892, 

Son of Charles R. Hewitt, O.D., Civil and Mining Engineer, 20, Cham- 
wood Street, Derby. 

*HOWELL, Arthur George (Jan., 1900), b. 17 June, 1893. 

Son of J. Howell, Norton, Bury St. Edmund's. Previously at the 

Malacca High School. 

KING, Reginald Grant (Jan., 1900, to Dec, 1900), b. 25 Nov., 
1884. 

Guardian : Rev. Pelham Ogle, M.A., The Vicarage, Mackworth. 

Returned to Buenos Ayres. 

KNIGHTON, George Francis (Jan., 1900), b. 3 Oct., 1889. 

Son of George Henry Knighton, O.D., Iron Founder and Engineer, 
2, Swinburne Street, Derby. 

RUSSELL, Edgar (Jan., 1900), b. 12 July, 1888. 

Son of John Eyre R'.issell, Chairman of the Technical Education 
Committee, 38, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

SMART, Alfred Leslie (Jan., 1900), b. 30 June, 1894. 

Son of Alfred Henry Smart, Merchant, West Knoll, Burton Road, 
Derby. 

WHISTON, Philip Selwyn (Jan., 1900), b. 12 Dec, 1890. 

Son of William Harvey Whiston, O.D., Coroner, Chairman of Board 
of Guardians, Holme Hurst, Idridgehay. 

WILSON, William Jordan (Jan., 1900), b. 4 Nov., 1889. 

Son of William Wilson, The Lindens, Duffield Road, Derby. 

WOOD, Arthur John (Jan., 1900, to April, 1901), b. 7 Feb., 
1892. 

Son of A. Rawlinson Wood, Mus. Bac, Professor of Music, 288, IJttoxetor 
New Road, Derby. 



160 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [1900 

CORFIELD, Bernard Conyngham (May, 1900), b. 22 May, 
1890. 

Son of Rev. Egerton Corfield, M.A., 17, Windmill Hill, Derby. 

CORFIELD, Conrad Lawrence (May, 1900), b. 15 Aug., 1893. 

Brother of above. 

COX, John Ward (May, 1900), b. 14 Sept., 1891. 

Son of late Arthur J. Cox, O.D.y The Firs, Burton Road, Derby. 

*DAVIES, Ivor Brunton (May, 1900), b. 29 June, 1888. 

Son of Rev. Daniel Sawelian Davies, Llanybri Vicarage, Llanstephan,. 
Carmarthen. 

♦EDWARDS, William Arthur (May, 1900), b. 18 Feb., 1891. 

Son of Thomas Parry Edwards, Treheme Villas, Caerphilly, Cardiff. 

SAUNDERS, Cyril Frederick (May, 1900, to Dec, 1900),. 
b. 23 May, 1886. 

Son of Dr. J. F. Saunders, 116, Green Lane, Derby. 

SAUNDERS, Leslie Gordon (May, 1900, to Dec, 1900), b. 
25 Oct., 1890. 

Brother of above. 

SHURLOCK, Frederick William (May, 1900), b. 12 Oct.^ 
1891. 

Son of Frederick William Shurlock, B.A., B.Sc, Principal of Technical 
College, 71, Wilson Street, Derby. 

WESTON, Richard James (May, 1900), b. 17 May, 1887. 

Son of Richard Weston, Builder and Contractor, 67, Malcolm Street* 
Derby. 

WHEATLEY, Alfred Evans (May, 1900), b. 4 Aug., 1886. 

Son of Alfred Wheatley, Architect, Bramfield, Burton Road, Derby. 

BATER, Kenneth Courtenay (Sept., 1900), b. 10 July, 1892. 

Son of Alfred Brenchley Bater, M.A., Principal of Diocesan Training 
College, The Lindens, Uttoxeter New Road, Derby. 

EDWARDS, George Stork (Sept., 1900), b. 12 Jan., 1885. 

Son of Henry Vincent Edwards, Estate Agent and Registrar, Mile Ash, 
Derby. 

FRANKLIN, Claude Edward (Sept., 1900), b. 19 July, 1893. 

Son of Councillor George E. Franklin, The Field, Derby. 

HEYWOOD, John Percival (Sept., 1900), b. 22 Mar., 1886. 

Son of William W. Heywood, Schoolmaster, Trowel's Lane, Derby. 

McCALLUM, Stuart Duncan (Sept., 1900), b. 17 July, 1892. 

Son of Peter S. McCallum, Estate Agent, Midland Railway, Holly 
Bush House, 139, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

^MARSHALL, Alexander Maurice (Sept., 1900), b. 8 Nov., 
1887. 

Son of Capt. W. T. Marshall, Nilsandra, Hatfield Road, Ipswich. 

MARTIN, David (Sept., 1900), b. 28 Oct., 1885. 

Son of Rev. J. Martin, 4, Belper Road, Derby. 

SMEDLEY, Douglas Allan (Sept., 1900), b. 7 Mar., 1887. 

Son of Alan Edward Smedley, O.D., Mechanical Engineer, Selwood 
Villa, Belper. 

TALBOT, John Edward Lightfoot (Sept., 1900), b. 31 Mar., 
1892. 

Son of Kev. Reginald Thomas Talbot, M.A., Vicar of St. Werburgh's, 
Derby. 



1901 J THE DERBY SCHOOL REGIOTER. 161 

GOLDTHORPE, Douglas (Jan., 1901), b. i Oct., 1886. 

Son of Thomas Goldthorpe, 13, Reginald Street, Derby. 

^OSWALD, Aubrey Hubert Hume (Jan., 1901), b. 18 Oct., 
1886. 

Son of A. L. Oswald, 176, Belsize Road, Hampstead, London, N. 

*CLARKE, Charles Hugh (Jan., 1901), b. 5 May, 1888. 

Son of C. H. Clarke, 19, Moore Street, Chqpstow. 

BEAUMONT, Vincent Bernard (Jan., 1901), b. 2 April, 1889. 

Son of Walter Beaumont, 56, Rose Hill Street, Derby. 

*M0RRI8, Noel Meeson (Jan., 1901), b. 19 Jan., 1891. 

Son of Rev. Ernest Edwin Morris, M.A., R.D., Vicar of Ashbourne. 

CARTER, Henry Lower (Jan., 1901), b. 10 Aug., 1891. 

Son of Francis Carter, O.D., Trowel's Lane, Derby. 

CHANDLER, Ne\t[lle Charles (Jan., 1901), b. 11 Sept., 1891. 

Son of J. W. Chandler, 202, Burton Road, Derby. 

HAMMOND, Philip Grenville (Jan., 1901), b. 16 Oct., 1890. 

Son of J. Hammond, St. James' Hotel, Derby. 

ABELL, Briand (Jan., 1901), b, 15 May, 1891. 
CLARKE, Fred Fitzroy (Jan., 1901), b. 2 Nov., 1889. 

Son of Thomas Clarke, Darley Slade, Derby. 

CLARKE, Cyril Charles (Jan., 1901), b. 11 July, 1891. 

Brother of above. 

BRIGGS, John (Jan., 1901). 

Son of James Brigps, Merchant, 5, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

BARRS, Arthur John Neville (April, 1901), b. 24 June, 1892, 

Son of John A. Barrs, The Hollies, Kedleston Road, Derby. 

CHAPMAN, George James (April, 1901), b. 14 Mar., 1888. 

Son of John Wilks Chapman, Wellington Villa, St. Thomas' Road, Derby. 

COPPELL, Barclay Eric (April, 1901), b. 17 Oct., 1888. 

Son of Mrs. Coppell, Cliff Cottage, Petersfield, Hants. 

CRESWELL, Charles William (April, 1901, to Aug., 1901), 
b. 8 Oct., 1886. 

Son of Charles Joseph Creswell, Smalley, co. Derby. 

HEATH, Walter Ernest (April, 1901), b. 28 Aug., 1894. 

Son of Edwin Heath, Snelston Villa, Charnwood Street, Derby. 

HEYWOOD, Stanley (April, 1901), b. 7 Nov., 1887. 

Son of William W. Hey wood. Trowel's Lane, Derby. 

LAURIE, Alan Rupert (April, 1901), b. 12 Mar., 1892. 

Son of Dr. R. Laririe, O.D.. M.I)., 243, Osmaston Road, Derby. 

LEECH, Eric Yorke (April, 1901), b. 14 May, 1892. 

Son of Sidney W. Leech, O.D.. Burley, Duffield Road, Derby. 

ORME, Edmund Stuart (April, 1901), b. 9 June, 1892. 

Son of Edmund Orme, O.D., Lyndhurst, Burton Road, Derby. 

SHURLOCK, Arthur George (April, 1901), b. 9 July, 1894. 

Son of Frederick William Shurlock, B.A., B.Sc, Head Master of Derby 
Technical Coll. 

SIMPSON, Charles William Philip (April, 1901), b. 6 Sept., 

1888. 
Son of Philip B. Simi)son, 21, Duffield Road, Derby. 

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162 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. [ tSOY 

SOWTER, Unwin Henry Etches (April, [901), b. 6 Dec, 
1892. 

Son of Aid. Unwin Sowter, O.D., J. P., Duffield Iload» Derby. 

(rKESLEY, Stukeley Marm.\duke (April, 1901), b. 11 April, 
1890. 

Son of W. S. Gresley, 123, Green Hill, Derby. 

GHESLEY, Nigel Morewood (April, 1901), b, 7 Aug., 1892. 

Brother of above. 

ARNOLD-BEMROSE, Karl (Sept., 1901), b. 8 Aug., 1893. 

Son of H. Arnold-Bemrose, M.A., 56, Friar Gate, Derby. 

*HAGGALEY, Charles A. New (Sept., 1901). b. 2 May, 1887. 

Son of Charles C. Baggaley, B.A., Head Master of the Dronfield Grammar 
School. 

BAYLEY, Rene Maurice (Sept., 1901), b. 24 June, 1892. 

Son of Ernest W. Bayley, 11. CM., Professor of Music, Organist at St. 
Alkmimd's Church. Duffield Boad, Derby. 

*CIjARKE, Henry Rimmer (Sept., 1901), b. 6 Nov., 1891. 

Son of C. H. Clarke, 19, Moor Street, Chepstow, 

♦DRABBLE, Harold (Sept., 1901), b. 16 April, 1886. 

Son of F. H. Drabble, Fair View, Matlock. 

EASTWOOD, Thomas Victor James (Sept., 1901), b. 17 June, 
1896. 

Son of Thomas C. Eastwood, Parkheld, Duffield Road, Derby. 

*ELETCHER, William Lionel (Sept., 1901), b. 15 July, 1889. 

Son of Dr. William John Harvey Fletcher, North Gate, Uttoxeter. 

*FL1NT, Horace Brown (Sept., 1901), b. 24 Feb., 1889. 

Son of F. H. Flint, Station Koad, Stanley, co. Derby. 

*HALL, Frank Victor (Sept., 1901), b. 12 Nov., f886. 

Son of G. W. Hall, 20, Chesterfield Road, Dronfield. Obtained a Derby 

School House Scholp., Whitworth Scholp.. and County Council Soholp., 
1901. 

HARTSHORN, Rowland (Sept., 1901), b. 22 Nov., 1886. 

Sou of M. Hartshorn, High Lane, West Hallam, co. Derby. 

HARTSHORN, Thomas (Sept., 1901), b. 7 Oct., 1887. 

Son of C. Hartshorn, Glebe Cottage, Stanley, co. Derby. 

MacPHAIL, Samuel Ross (Sept., 1901), b. 12 Oct., 1892. 

Son of Dr. Samuel Rutherford MacPhail, M.D., Medical Superintendent. 
Derby Borough Asylum, Rowditch, Derby. 

OGDEN, Frederick Soresby (Sept., 1901), b. 31 Aug., 1887. 

Son of Alexander Ogden, The Yews, Stanley, co. Derby. 

OF FILER, Francis Reginald (Sept., 1901), b. 10 Sept., 1892. 

Son of Henry Offiler, Salisbury House, Mill Hill, Derby. 

OFFILER, Harry Cecil (Sept., 1901), b. 3 Jan., 1896. 

Brother of above. 

RK'KARD, Edward Douglas (Sept., 1901), b. 27 Aug., 1886. 

Son of the late Douglas Rickard, O.D., Silk Manufacturer, Friar Gate, 
Derby. 

*ROWE, Samuel Leonard (Sept., 1901), b. 7 Mar., 1888. 

Son of S. T. Rowe, Bartholomew Road, London. 

♦SHANNON, George Strangman (Sept., 1901), b. 9 Nov., 1H8S. 

Son of J. S. Shannon, St. Martin's School. York. 



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SWAFFIELD, Clement Louis (Sept., 1901), b. 16 Oct., 1892. 

Son of Clement Swaffield, Merchant, Rostherne, Dui!ield Road, Derby. 

TODD, William Rice (Sept., 1901), b. 25 Nov., 1888. 

Son of William Todd, Midland Railway Official, Tht- Hill. 294, Burton 
iioad, Derby. 

*VRNOBLE, Reginald Sidney Hugh (Sept., 1901), b. i Nov., 
1891. 

Son of J, E. Venoble, U.S.S. Dixie, New York, I'.S. A. 

WESTON, Ernest Charles (Sept., 1901), b. 27 Sept., 1888. 

Son of Richard Weston, 67, Malcolm Street, Derby. 

WHITAKER, Frank (Sept., 1901), b. 15 July, 1892. 

Son of the late Francis Samuel Whitaker. O.D., N«»wholiTit*, Kedleston 
Iioad, Derby. 

WILLINGTON, Percy Ellis (Sept., 1901), b, 9 Oct., 1892. 

Son of Rev. J. H. Willington, 9, Vernon Street. Derby. 

WlLMSflURST, Albert Percival (Sept., 1901), b. 21 Mar., 
1894. 

Son of Thomas Percival Wilmshurst, M.I.E.E., Manager of the Borough 
Electric Light Station, Lime Leigh, Burton Road, Derby. 

WILMSHURST, Edwin Roy (Sept., 1901), b. 26 Aug., 1895. 

Brother of above. 



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Ipri3C Donore. 



The School Prizes since 1859 have been, and in various cases 
are still being, presented by the following: — 



ABNEY, Rev. Canon E. H., 

R.D. (Classicfi). 
ALDRED, David, Esq. 
ARKWRIGHT, F. C, Esq., 

J.P. 
ARNOLD, J. A., Esq., J.P. 
BARKER, John, Esq. 
BASS, M. T„ Esq., M.P. 

(Mathem a t ics) . 
BEACH, Rev. W. H., MA. 
BEALE, Samuel, Esq., M.P. 

(Geography and Science). 
BELPER, The Right Hon. 

Lord {Drawing). 
BEMROSE, Sir Henry H., Kt., 

J.P. {Mathem. and History). 
BOTTOMLEY, George, Esq., 

J.P. 
BOWRING, Charles, Esq., J.P. 
BOWRING, Sir Clement, Kt., 

J.P. (Elocution and English). 
CHAMBERS, C. E., Esq., M.A. 

(Classics). 
CLARK, Miss C. (Classics). 
COLVILE, C. R., Esq., M.P. 

(Mathematics). 
COMPTON, J. G., Esq., J.P. 
COX, \V. T., Esq., M.P. 

(Mathematics). 
DEACON, A. O.. Esq. (Draw- 
ing). 



DERBY, the Ven. the Arch- 
deacon of (Divinity and 

History). 
DERBY, the Right Rev. the 

Bishop of. 
DERBY, the Corporation of 

^Classics and Mathematics). 
DERBY, the Worshipful the 

Mayor of (Mathematics). 
DEVONSHIRE, His Grace the 

Duke of (Natural Science). 
DORLING, Rev. E. E., M.A. 

(Reading in Chapel). 
EARP, T., Esq., M.P. 
EVANS, Sir T. W., Bart., M.P. 

(History and Freiich). 
EVANS, Walter, Esq., J.P. 

(Classics). 
FITZHERBERT, Rev. Sir 

Richard and Lady (Modern 

Languages). 
FOLEY, Rev. E. W. (Divinity 

and History). 
GOVERNORS of Derby School 

(Classics and Mathematics). 
GRETTON, John, Esq., M.P. 

(Classics). 
HARCOURT, Right Hon. Sir 

W. Vernon, M.P. (Classics). 
HARRINGTON, the Earl of 

(Modern lAinguages). 



THB DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



165 



ptf3C 2)0n0r9 — continued 

HASLAM, Sir Alfred S., M.P. 

(Chemistry). 
HEAD MASTER. 
HEWITT, H. M., Esq., M.A. 
HIVES, John, Esq. 
HOBSON, W., Esq., J.P. 
JACOBY, J. A., Esq., MT. 
JERVIS, the Hon. W. M., 

J.P. (German). 
KOSCHETZKY, H., Esq. 

(French). 
LICHFIELD, the Right Rev. 

the Lord Bishop of (Divinity). 
LOXGDON, F., Esq., J.P. 

(History and Science). 
MEMBERS OF PARLIA- 
MENT for the Borough. 
MUNDY, W., Esq., M.P. 

(Englif<h). 



OLDHAM, Rev. W. P., MA. 

(Classics and- Mathematics). 
OWEN, Rev. S. (Divinity). 
PLIMSOLL, S., Esq., M.P. 
PRICE, Rev. P. R., B.A. 

(French). 
ROBERTS, Rev. J. H., M.A. 
ROE, Sir Thomas, Kt., M.P. 

(Frcfich). 
ROSSALL, J. H., Esq., B.A. 
SCARSDALE, the Right Hon. 

Lord (French and English). 
SMITH, Sir John, Kt.. J.P. 

(Engliiih Essay and Mathe^ 

matics). 
SIDEBOTTOM, Major, M.P. 
WALKER, Sir Andrew, Bart. 
WILMOT, Sir Henry, Bart. 
WILSON, Prof. J. C, M.A. 



166 



THK DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Zbc fivBt (tla00ical prise* 



1859. F. W. Mozley. 
i860. W. P. Oldliam. 

1 86 1. A. Hamilton (Greek). 
H. L. Greaves (Latin). 

1862. R. Geare. 

1863. E. Gears (also Latin 

Verse). 

1864. R. Geare (also Latin 

Verse). 

1865. R. Geare. 

1866. J. C. Wilson. 

1867. J. C. Wilson. 

1868. John Harkness (Gold 

Medal). 

1869. A. R. Allinson (Gold 

Medal). 
J. Harkness (Latin 
Poem). 

1870. D. F. Bradley (Gold 

Medal). 
J. Harkness (Greek and 
Latin Poems). 

1 87 1. A. Frazer (Gold Medal). 
J. Harkness (Greek and 

Latin Poems). 

1872. C. J. R. Marsh (Gold 

Medal). 
1873-4. R. Dolby (Gold Medal). 
C. J. R. Marsh, 
J. Rowbottom (Latin 
Poem). 

1875. T. W. Coxon (Gold 

Medal). 

1876. C. W. Patchell (Gold 

Medal). 
T. W. Coxon (Greek 
Poem). 

1877. C. E. Snowden (Gold 

Medal). 

1878. T. V. Morley (Gold 

Medal ; also Greek 
and Latin Essays). 
P. W. Taylor (Greek 
Poem). 

1879. R. H. S. Currey (Gold 

Medal). 
P. W. Taylor (Greek 
and Latin Poems). 



1880. P. W. Taylor (also 

Greek Poem). 

1 88 1. C. R. D. Biggs (also 

Greek Poem). 
W. W. Taylor (Latin 
Poem). 

1882. W. A. Purves (Gold 

Medal). 
C. R. D. Biggs (Greek 
and Latin Poems). 

1883. G. L. Davies (Gold 

Medal). 
W. A. Purves (Greek 
and Latin Poems). 

1884. A. T. Pitt (Gold Medal). 

1885. W. Stock. 

A. T. Pitt (Greek and 
Latin Poems). 

1886. H. Graves. 

A. T. Pitt (Greek Poem). 
F. W. Gardiner (Latin 
Poem). 

1887. F. W. Gardiner (Gold 

Medal). 
A. T. Pitt (Greek Poem). 

F. W. Gardiner (Latin 
Poem). 

1888. R. O. Jourdain. 

H. Graves (Greek and 
Latin Poems). 

1889. A. G. W. Saver (also 

Latin Poem). 

1890. T. L. Chadwick. 

G. H. V. Sutherland 
(Greek Poem). 

1 89 1. G. H. V. Sutherland. 
T. L. Chadwick (Greek 

Essay). 

1892. W. F. Brayne. 
1893-4. T. H. D. Townsend. 

1895. W. E. Walkerdine. 

1896. C. E. Peacock. 

1897. A. Walker. 

1898. A. Walker. 

1899. C. S. Bowring. 

1900. B. L. Hope. 

1 90 1. P. N. F. Young. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



167 



Zl)c first flDatbematical prise- 



1859. W. p. Oldham. 
i860. A. Whitaker. 

186 1. E. P. Gadsby. 

1862. W. J. Cox. 

1863. A. J. Cox. 

1864. W. J. Cox. 

1865. J. C. Wilson. 

1866. J. C. Wilson (also 

Higher Mathematics). 

1867. J. C. Wilson (also 

Higher Mathematics). 

1868. J. W. Sharpe. 

1869. J. W. Sharpe (Gold 

Medal). 

1870. J. S. Stollard (Gofd 

Medal). 
J. W. Sharpe (Higher 
Mathematics). 

187 1. E. W. Hobson (Gold 

Medal). 

1872. T. Horsley (Gold Medal). 
E. W. Hobson (Higher 

Mathematics). 
1873-4. J. Allport. 

1875. F. W. Simpson {Gold 

Medal). 

1876. P. H. Frost {Gold 

Medal (also Higher 
Mathematics). 

1877. E. T. W. Beck {Gold 

Medal). 

1878. E. G. Gallop (Gold 

Medal). 

1879. W. J. Constable {Gold 

Medal). 



1880. James Harkness. 

1 88 1. T. E. Marples. 

1882. F. Sergeant (Gold 

Medal). 

1883. E. F. Hadfield (Gold 

Medal). 

1 884. A. T. Pitt (Gold Medal). 

1885. H. W. Midgley (Gold 

Medal). 

1886. G. A. Lewis (Gold 

Medal). 

1887. E. P. L. Thompson 

(Gold Medal), 

1888. H. S. Fitzroy (Gold 

Medal). 

1889. F. M. Gilbert (Gold 

Medal). 

1890. J. Walker (Gold Medal). 

1891. C. Biddle (Gold Medal). 

1892. H. F. Lunn (Gold 

Medal). 
1893-4. H. J. Allport (Gold 
Medal). 

1 895. W. Daniel (Gold Medal). 

1896. T. B. Sills (Gold Medal). 

1897. P. R. Heycock (Gold 

Medal). 

1898. A. F. Farnsworth (Gold 

Medal). 

1899. C. J. Palmer (Gold 

Medal). 

1900. C. J. Palmer. 

1901. G. Frith. 



168 



THE DERBY. SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Zbc first 2)iv(nitp prise 

(Including the Gell Memorial Prize for Greek Testament). 



1859. 
i860. 
1861. 
1862. 
1863. 
1864. 



1865. 
1866. 



1867. 
1868. 
1869. 

1870. 
1871. 

1872. 

'875-4. 
1875. 

1876. 
1877. 
1878. 



W. P. Oldham. 

H. L. Greaves. 

J. S. Farthing. 

E. Terry. 

H. Kirk. 

W. Ironmonger. 

R. Geare (Greek Testa- 
ment). 

R. Geare. 

D. K. Bradley. 

J. C. Wilson (Greek 
Testament). 

D. F. Bradley. 

J. W. Sharpe. 

W. H. F. Jones 
Form). 

J. M. J. Fletcher. 

C. J. R. Marsh 



(V. 



(V. 



Form). 
R. Dolby. 
J. A. Hobson. 
F. T. Bennett 

Form). 
C. W. Patchell. 
C. W. Patchell. 
C. W. Patchell. 



(IV. 



1879. R. H. S. Currey. 

1880. H. Rickard. 

C. R. D. Biggs (Greek 
Testament). 

1 88 1. C. R. D. Biggs. 

1882. P. W. Tavlor. 

1883. W. A. Purves. 

1884. A. T. Pitt. 

1885. W. Stock. 

1886. R. O. Jourdain. 

1887. G. E. Britten. 

1888. G. B. C. Blount. 

1889. A. G. W. Sayer. 

1890. J. A. Staley. 

1 89 1. G. H. V. Sutherland. 

1892. T. L. Chadwick. 
1893-4. J. Walker. 

1895. W. E. Walkerdinc. 

1896. W. E. Walkerdine. 

1897. A. Walker. 

1898. A. A. P. Winser. 

1899. A. A. P. Winser. 

1900. C. M. Hobley. 

1 90 1. C. J. Palmer 

P. N. F. Young. 



^bc iPrise for IReabing in Cbapel. 



1892. T. L. Chadwick. 

1895. ^^- Sedgwick. 

1896. C. T. Regan. 

1897. A. Walker. 



1898. G.T.Shaw. 

1899. G. R. Groome. 

1900. G. D. Wilson. 

1 90 1. P. N. F. Young. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTEK. 



169 



Zbc first iprise tor lenfilisb Xanfiuage, 
literature, anb Compoeitioiu 



1859. W. p. Oldham. 

i860. A. D. Mozley (Gram- 
mar). 

1861. H. L. Greaves. 

1862. H. Kirk. 

1863. T. M. SiddaU. 

1864. C. A. H. Black. 

1868. A. Frazer (V. Form). 

John Harkness (English 
Poem). 

1869. J. M. J. Fletcher. 

John Harkness (English 
Poem). 

1872. T. W. Coxon (V. Form). 

John Harkness (English 
Poem). 

1873-4. J. RowboUom (English 
Poem). 

1875. J. A. Hobson (English 

Poem). 

1876. J. A. Hobson (English 

Poem). 

C. W. Patchell (English 
Poem). 

1877. C. W. Patchell (English 

Poem). 

C. E. Snowden (English 
Poem). 

1878. T. V. Morley (also Eng- 

lish Poem). 

1879. P. Hawkridge (English 

Poem). 

R. F. Mayhew (English 
Poem). 



1880. Jas. Harkness (English 

Poem). 

1 88 1. Jas. Harkness (English 

Poem). 

1882. W. A. Purves (English 

Poem). 

1883. E. F. Hadfield (English 

Poem). 

1884. A. T. Pitt (English 

Poem). 

1885. G. E. Britten (English 

Poem). 

1886. A. T. Pitt (English 

Poem). 

1887. H. Graves (English 

Poem). 

1888. H. Graves (English 

Poem). 

1889. J. Walker (English 

Poem). 

H. Graves (English 
Essay). 

1890. J. Walker (English 

Essay). 

1891. G. H. V. Sutherland 

(English Essay). 

1892. T. H. D. Townsend. 
1893-4. H. A. Case. 

1895. J. E. Hughes (English 

Essay). 

1896. T. B. Sills (English 

Essay). 

1898. A. G. Revill. 

1899. H. J. May (Essay). 
1901. A. B. Muddiman. 



170 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Zbc first flatural Science prise* 



1859- 


W. p. Oldham. 


1882. 


i860. 


E. P. Gadsbv. 


1883. 


I86I. 


E. P. Gadsby. 


1884. 


1862. 


E. Terry. 


1885. 


1863. 


L. Jewitt. 




1864. 


M. Deacon. 


1886. 


1865. 


G. Coates (Chemistry). 


1887. 


1866. 


G. Coates (Chemistry). 


1888. 


1867. 


G. Coates (Physics and 


1889. 




Chemistry). 


1890. 


1868. 


G. Coates (Physics and 


1891. 




Chemistry). 


1892. 


1869. 


W. Tatam. 






J. W. Lindsay (Chemis- 


1893-4 




try). 


1895. 


1870. 


J. S. Stollard. 




1871. 


W. L. Carter. 


1896. 


1872. 


E. W. Hobson (Chemis- 






try). 


1897. 


1873-4 


. E. Harrison. 




1875- 


L. L. Garbutt. 


1898. 


1876. 


C. R. 0. Garrard. 




1877. 


J. Place. 


1899. 


1878. 


W. Drew. 


1900. 


1879. 


E. G. Gallop. 




1880. 


P. Hawkridge. 




I88I. 


J. T. Wvkes. 


1001. 



C. E. Rice. 

E. B. Wrench. 

H. B. Adams. 

W. Stock. 

T. E. Bennett (Geology). 

H. W. Gough. 

J. Lea. 

W. J. Welch. 

J. W. G. Halliday. 

C. Powell. 

W. G. Mellor. 

L. Lownds, 

A. R. Flint (Chemistry). 

A. R. Flint. 

H. B. Orton. 

T. B. Sills (Chemistry). 

C. T. Regan. 

J. Hewitt (Chemistry). 

J. Hewitt. 

C. T. Regan (Chemistry). 

J. W. Chell. 

J. T. Merry (Chemistry). 

J. Hewitt. 

G. W. Sale. 

J. H. Richardson 

(Chemistry). 
H. J. Kitchen. 



Zbc leiocution prise* 



1892. p. D. Owen. 
1893-4. J. E. Hughes. 
1895. W. Greatorex. 



1896. F. B. B. Shand. 

1897. B. L. Hope. 

1898. H. J. May. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



171 



Zbc first fvcncb prise. 



1859. 
1 861. 
1862. 
1863. 
1864. 
1865. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 

1872. 
1873-4 

1875- 
1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 



1880. 
1881. 
1882. 



H. Emery. 
E. Clarke. 
W. J. Cox. 

A. S. Jardine. 
C. A. H. Black. 
J. C. Wilson. 
J. W. Sharpe. 
J. W. Sharpe. 

B. Mansfield. 
H. B. Sharpe. 

T. W. Coxon (IV. 

Form). 
H. B. Sharpe. 
(A. L.) Forrest. 
A. A. Scott. 
W. Drew. 
W. Drew. 
James Harkness. 
E. Bookey. 
W. Weston (French 

Poem). 
Taylor [sec.]. 
H. C. Bernard. 
E. B. Farquh arson. 



1883. 
1884. 
1885. 
1886. 

1887. 



1888. 



1889. 
1890. 
1891. 

1892. 

1893-4 
1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1 901. 



A. F. Bacon. 

C. E. Baxton. 

G. A. Lewis. 

R. O. Jourdain (also 

French Poem). 
G. H. Bloomt. 
R. O. Jourdain (French 

Poem). 
G. Rynd. 
R. O. Jourdain (French 

Poem). 
H. W. Toms. 
J. C. Smith. 
J. C. Smith. 

E. F. Orton. 
H. P. Huss. 

S. C. F. Cooke. 

F. B. B. Shand. 

A. Walker. 
J. T. Merrj'. 

B. L. Hope. 

C. J. Palmer. 
C. J. Palmer. 



Zbc first (5erman IPrise* 



1864. 


W. F. Geare. 


1885. 


C. B. Winter. 


1865. 


J. F. May berry. 


1886. 


H. E. Starr. 


1866. 


H. L. Storey. 


1887. 


G. Rynd. 


1870. 


C. W. Parker. 


1888. 


H. W. Lynch. 


I87I. 


Hutchinson [pri.]. 


1889. 


H. W. Toms. 


1873-4 


.F. S. Carter. 


1890. 


H. M. Chadwick. 


1875- 


Claye [sec.]. 


' 1891. 


C. Biddle. 


1876. 


W. Drew. 


; 1892. 


E. F. Orton. 


1877. 


W. Drew. 


i 1893-4 


. H. P. Huss. 


1878. 


A. D. Ingle. 


1895. 


P. R. Heycock. 


1879. 


H. Newbold. 


1896. 


S. T. Jousiffe. 


1880. 


C. H. Roe. 


1897. 


P. R. Heycock. 


I88I. 


C. E. Barton. 


1898. 


W. S. Jackson. 


1882. 


C. E. Barton. 


1899. 


S. B. Orton. 


1883. 


E. B. Farquharson. 


1900. 


C. F. H. Tacchella 


1884. 


H. J. Barton. 


I9OI. 


H. Russell. 



172 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTEU. 



JLbc first 1bi0tor? pti^c. 



1859. 


W. P. Oldham (Ancient). 




H. L. Greaves (Modern). 


i860. 


W. Irwin. 


i86i. 


H. L. Greaves. 


1S62. 


A. S. Jardine. 


1863. 


L. Jewitt. 


1864. 


L. E. Cooke. 


1865. 


F. W. Greaves. 


1866. 


J. C. Wilson. 


1867. 


E. L. Needham. 


1868. 


W. J. Harkness (Prize 




Essay). 


1869. 


G. Bradley (V. Form). 


1870. 


C. J. R. Marsh. 


1871. 


T. Harkness (V. Form). 


1873-4 


. F. S. Carter (IV. Form). 


1876. 


C. E. Snowdon. 


1877. 


A. M. Jones. 


1878. 


T. V. Morley. 


1879. 


F. M. Wright (IV. 




Form). 



1880. 



881. 
882. 
883. 
884. 

885. 

886. 
887. 
888. 
889. 

890. 
891. 

895- 
896. 

899. 

900. 



J. F. Tomlinson (IV. 

Form). 
C. R. D. Biggs. 
G. L. Davies. 
W. J. Roxburgh. 
W. Stock. 

G. E. Britten (Ancient 

History). 
H. Graves. 
F. W. Gardiner. 
A. G. W. Saver. 

R. R. B. Howes (Greek 

History). 
E. F. Orton. 
T. L. Chadwick (Greek 

Historv). 
J. E. Hughes. 
T. B. Sills. 
R. T. MacCallum. 
R. T. MacCallum. 



TTbc Jfiret (Bcofirapb^ IPrise. 



1859. 


W. p. Oldham. 


i860. 


E. P. Gadsby. 


I86I. 


E. P. Gadsby. 


1862. 


E. Terry. 


1863. 


L. Jewitt. 


1864. 


M. Deacon. 


1866. 


E. L. Needham. 


1867. 


E. L. Needham. 


1869. 


G. Bradley (V. Form). 


1870. 


C. J. R. Marsh. 


I87I. 


T. Harkness (V. Fonn). 


1873-4 


. F. S. Carter (IV. Form). 


1876. 


James Harkness (IV. 




Form). 


1877. 


W. Weston (IV. Form). 


1878. 


W. Weston (IV. Form). 



1879. F. M. Wright (IV. 

Form). 

1880. J. F. Tomlinson (IV. 

Form). 

1 88 1. Hewitt (IV. Form). 

1882. G. L. Davies. 

1883. W. J. Whitle (Army 

Class). 

1884. R. E. Bennett (Army 

Class). 
i88v Bennett (Army Class). 

1886. T. E. Bennett (Army 

Class). 

1887. H. W. Lynch. 

1888. A. E. Brooks. 

1895. T. O. Barker. 

1896. A. C. Partridge. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



173 



^be jfirst Drawing iprise. 



1859 
i860. 

1861. 

1862. 

1863. 

1864. 

1865. 

1866. 



1867. 



1868. 



1869. 



1870. 



(Free- 



1872. 

1873-4 

1879. 
1880. 



1881. 



1882. 



E. Deacon. 

W. H. Gadsby. 

W. H. Gadsby. 

E. Clarke. 

G. A. Breading. 

M. Deacon. 

A. Swarbrick. 

A. Swarbrick 
hand). 

E. L. Needham (Geom.). 
G. Coates (Freehand). 
H. Davis (Geom.). 

J. W. Lindsay. 

W. J. Tatam (Water 
Colours). 

F. Stubbs. 

R. Mansfield (Water 
Colours). 

J. L. P. Armstrong 
(Freehand). 

W. J. Tatam (Geom.). 

J. Winfield (Water Col- 
ours). 

(A. L.) Forrest. 

A. F. Joseph (Geom.). 

. A. G. Close (Water 
Colours). 

C. H. Roe (Geom.). 

W. T. Wykes (Free- 
hand). 

C. H. Roe (Geom.). 

W. T. Wykes (Free- 
hand). 

E. S. Cleeve (Geom.). 

W. T. Wykes (Free- 
hand). 

A. F. Bacon (Geom.). 



1883. 



1884. 



1885. 



1886. 



1887. 



1888. 



1889. 



Hall (Freehand). 

J. W. Whitle (Geom.). 

W. H. Hutchinson 
(Freehand), 

H. J. Barton (Geom.). 

Lea (Freehand). 

H. S. Stuart (Geom.). 

T. E. Bennett (Free- 
hand and Geom.). 

J. W. G. Halliday (Free^ 
hand). 

A. R Hutchison (Geom.). 

T. E. Higginbotham 
(Freehand). 

G. Meynell (Geom.). 

C. E. Groves (Free- 
hand). 

H. W. Toms (Geom. and 
Water Colours). 

E. F. Orton (Freehand 
and Geom.). 

A. E. Brown (Geom.). 

E. F. Orton (Freehand 
and Geom.). 

1893-4. C. T. Regan (Free- 
hand). 

F. C. Baker (Freehand). 

J. A. Wilson (Water 
Colours). 

P. R. Heycock (Geom.). 

P. R. Heycock (Geom.). 

E. C. W. Gamble (Free- 
hand). 

S. B. Orton (Geom.). 

H. Madge (Water Col- 
ours). 

F. C. Russell (Geom.). 



1890. 

1891. 
1892. 



1895- 

1896. 
1897. 
1898. 

1899. 
1900. 



1 90 1 



174 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Captains of tbc Scbool. 



18... 

1832-3- 
1842. 

1843. 

1844. 

1846. 

1858. 

1859. 

i860. 

1861. 

1862. 

1863. 
1864. 

i86s. 

1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 

[872. 

1873- 

1874. 

1875- 
1876. 

1877. 



Bacon. 
W. Hope. 
F. Branson. 
W. H. Jackson. 
T. P. Burroughs. 
W. Johnson. 
F. W. Mozley. 
W. P. Oldham. 
W. Irwin. 
H. L. Greaves. 
J. S. Farthing. 
A. Hamilton. 
R. Gears. 
R. Geare. 
R. Geare. 
J. C. Wilson. 
J. C. Wilson. 
J. C. Wilson. 
J. W. Sharpe. 
J. W. Sharpe. 
J. W. Sharpe. 
J. W. Sharpe. 
John Harkness. 
John Harkness. 
E. W. Hobson. 
E. W. Hobson. 
C. J. R. Marsh. 
C. J. R. Marsh. 
T. W. Coxon. 
T. W. Coxon. 
C. E. Snowden. 



1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
t88i. 
1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 
I 1889. 
j 1890. 

; 1891. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 

1 90 T . 



C. E. Snowden. 
E. G. Gallop. 
T. V. Morlev. 
E. G. Gallop. 
E. G. Gallop. 
P. W^. Taylor. 
P. W. Taylor, 
James Harkness. 
James Harkness. 
W. A. Purves. 
W. A. Purves. 
G. L. Davies. 

E. F. Hadlield. 
A. T. Pitt. 

A. T. Pitt. 
H. Graves. 

F. M. Gilbert. 
F. M. Gilbert. 
T. L. Chadwick. 
T. L. Cliadwick. 
H. J. Allport. 
H. J. Allport. 

W. E. Walkerdine. 
C. T. Regan. 
P. R. Heycock. 
C. S. Bowring. 
J. Hewitt. 
A. A. P. Winser. 
C. J. Palmer. 
C. J. Palmer. 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



175 



Captains of tbe ifootball anb Cricket Clubs* 



Football. 

1865. R. Geare. 

1867. H. F. Gadsby. 

1868. H. F. Gadsby. 

1869. {D. Aldred.) 

1870. \d. Aldred) 

187 1. J. Wilmshurst. 

1875. F. W. Simpson. 

1876. {E. A. McG. Smythe.) 

1877. {E, A, McG. Smythe.) 

1878. A. Horsley. 

1879. (E. A. McG. Smythe.) 

1880. V. A. Rippon. 

1 88 1. P. W. Taylor. 

1882. F. T. Hope-Grant. 

1883. C. McD. Clench. 

1884. C. McD. Clench. 

1885. G. Moss. 

1886. G. Moss. 

1887. G. Moss. 

1888. R. O. Jourdain. 

1889. R. O. Jourdain. 

J. W. G. Halliday. 

1890. J. W. G. Halliday. 
R. P. Warlow. 

1 89 1. A. E. Brown. 

1892. W. G. Mellor. 
P. H. Waistell. 

1893. P. H. Waistell. 
C. E. Peacock. 

1894. C. E. Peacock. 

1895. C. T. Regan. 

1896. C. T. Regan. 

1897. P. iEl. Heycock. 

1898. J. W. Chell. 

1899. C. L. Stranack. 

1900. A. A. P. "Winser. 
G. D. Wilson. 

1 901. G. D. Wilson. 



862. 
863. 
864. 
865. 
866. 
867. 
868. 

874. 

875- 
876. 

877. 

878. 

879. 

880. 
881. 
882. 
883. 

884. 

885. 
886. 
887. 
888. 
889. 
890. 
891. 
892. 

893- 
894. 

895. 

896. 

897. 
898. 
899. 

900. 
901. 



Cricket. 

E. P. Gadsby. 
H. D. Smith. 
G. R. Fritchley. 
R. Geare. 

E. Collinson. 
W. Ironmonger. 
M. Attenborough. 
L. T. Jones. 

L. T. Jones. 
C. P. Harvey. 
C. P. Harvey. 
S. P. Potter. 

A. Coutts. 

B. M. Humble. 

B. M. Humble. 

F. T. Hope-Grant. 

F. T. Hope-Grant. 
E. B. Farquharson, 
A.^ H. Watson. 

A. H. Watson. 

C. S. Edridge. 
J. B. Wood. 
H. Do well. 

H. Dowell. 
R. O. Jourdain. 
R. O. Jourdain. 
R. S. Osborne. 
R. S. Osborne. 
R. C. Rogers. 
R. C. Rogers. 
W. Daniel. 
W. Daniel. 
C. E. Peacock. 
A. C. Chaytor. 
H. A. Case. 

G. T. Shaw. 
G. R. Groome. 

A. A. P. Winser. 
G. D. Wilson. 
G. D. Wilson. 



176 



THB DERBY SCHOOL RBGISTER. 



Captains of tbe Ca&ct Corps^ 



1862. A. Hamilton. 

1863. R. Geare. 

1864. R. Geare. 

1865. R. Geare. 

1866. J. C. Wilson. 

1867. J. C. Wilson. 

1868. J. W. Shaq)e. 

1869. J. W. Sharpe. 

1870. J. W. Sharpe. 

187 1. A. J. Cox. 

1874. L. T. Jones. 

1875. L. T. Jones. 

F. W. Simpson. 

1876. M. E. Dovaston. 

1877. C. R. O. Garrard. 
A. Horsley. 

1878. J. M. Buxton. 
J. H. Hooker. 

1879. H. A. Jessop. 
H. J. Zuill. 

1880. P. W. Taylor. 
K. B. Cameron. 

1881. F. T. Hope-Grant. 

1882. F. T. Hope-Grant. 
W. M. Wrench. 

1883. E. F. Hadfield. 



1884. 


E. F. Hadfield. 




C. S. Edridge. 


1885. 


G. Moss. 


1886. 


G. Moss. 


1887. 


G. Mors. 




G. A. Lewis. 


1888. 


G. A. Lewis. 




R. 0. Jourdain. 


1889. 


R. 0. Jourdain. 




W. C. Davis. 


1890. 


J. W. G. Halliday 


1891. 


C. E. Heath. 


1892. 


C. E. Heath. 


1893. 


P. H. Waistell. 


1894. 


H. J. Allport. 


1895. 


H. J. Allport. 




R. F. Borough. 


1896. 


R. F. Borough. 




J. S. Bennett. 


1897. 


J. S. Bennett. 




G. T. Shaw. 


1898. 


G. T. Shaw. 


1899. 


G. R. Groome. 




C. L. Stranack. 


1900. 


R. T. McCaJlum. 




G. D. Wilson. 


1 901. 


G. D. Wilson. 







THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



177 



Captains of tbe Boate* 



1862. 


(/. H. RobeHs.) 


1878. 


A. M. Jones. 


1863. 


R. Geare. 




H. A. Jessop. 


J 864. 


R. Geaore. 


1879. 


H. J. Zuill. 


1865. 


R. Geare. 




A. M. Jones. 


1868. 


W. J. Yeomans. 


1880. 


K. B. Cameron. 


1869. 


R. M, Wilmot. 


1881. 


J. G. Coutts. 


1870. 


J. R. Maule. 




C. U.. Roe. 


I87I. 


H. W. Stokes. 


1882. 


W. L. Stretton. 


1872. 


H. W. Stokes. 


1883. 


H. L. F. Sculthorpe 


1875- 


M. E. Dovaston. 


1884. 


H. L. F. Sculthorpe. 


1876. 


M. E. Dovaston. 




G. Moss. 




C. R. 0. Garrard. 


1885. 


G. M0S8. 


1877, 


C. R. 0. Garrard. 


1886. 


G. Moss. 




A. Horsley. 


1887. 


G. Moss. 



13 



178 THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Corridcnba & Bbbenba. 

ALLESTREE, W. (p. 20)— instead of Christ Coll., Ox., read Christ Church. Ox. 

ALKIN, J. G. (p. 67)— died July, 1901. 

ARCHER. — (p. 13)— May have been Johu Archer, who died at an advanced 
age in 1800 ; ancestor of the Archer-Honblons, of Bishop's Stortford. 

BIRCHALL, W. (p. 36)— probably the same as on p. 31. 

BOOKEY, E. (p. 98)— B.A. (Lond.). Head Master of Branch of the Royal 
Grammar School, Newcastle. 7, Manor House Bead, Newcaatle-on-Tyne. 

BOOKEY, R. H. (p. 80)— (1869-1878). M.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin. Successively 
Head Master of Junior School, and of Oak Vale School, Berkhamstead : 
now Head Master of Aravon School, Bray, co. Dublin. 

CLENCH, F. McI). (p. 9J)— read Mount Leonora, Weft Australia, instead of 
West Africa. 

COUTTS, W. S. (p. 97)— instead of 1879, read 1877. 

CUFF, J. (p. 32)— has been in New Zealand since 1851 ; Solicitor at Hunterville, 
New Zealand. 

CUFF, C. (p. 32) — Architect and Surveyor; was for some years the City Sur- 
veyor in Christchurch, New Zealand. Died 1901. 

DEACON, C. (p. 91)— ought to occur on p. 79. 

EDRIDGE, C. S. (p. 108)— instead of Sou of T. Lockhart Edridge, read Son 
of T. Lock wood Edridge. 

ETCHES, C. (p. 47)— 3on of ('harles P^tchos, Landowner, Musden Grange, 
Ham. Staffs. 

FORMAN. T. H. (p. 26)— born 1830; died June, 1877. 

GILES, A. F. fp. 88) — son of William Giles, .Architect, Sitwell Street. 
Derbj'. 

GOODAIaE, G. p. (p. 37)— died 16 Oct., 1881. 

GREENSMITH. P. (p. 70)— dead. 

HODGES. W. H. (p. .32)— died 31 Dec, 1901. 

HUMBLE. B. M. (p. 93)— now Montreal, Canada. 

JOHNSTON, R. {p. 103)— read JOHNSON, Railton. Son of W. Johnson, etc. 

L.R.C.P. ; L.H.C.S. (Bdin.); L.F.PtS. (Glasgow), 1891. The Asylum. 

Pietermariteburg, Natal. 

LATHAM, E. (p. 28)— died 9 March. 1883. 



CORRIGENDA & ADDENDA. 179 

Omitted in Register— 

MELLOB, Thomas (1779), b. 1769,(1. 1833. 

Son of George Mellor, Surgeon, Derby. Was a Colonel in the Army, 

and resided at Idridgehay, co. Derby. 

SCHOBEL, T. (p. 6)— read SHOBEL. 

SMEDLEY to WILLIAMSON (pp. 30-31)— these were Mr. Hudson's private 
pupils until 1843. 

SOWTER, L. H. (p. 138)— succeeded G. D. Wilson as Captain of the Cadets, 
C. XI., and F. XI., during Christmas Term, 1901. 

STANIFORTH, W. (p. 4)— read 1663, instead of 1633. 

STOREY, H. L. (p. 66;— read Nantyr Hall, instead of Pantys Hall. Captain of 
Owens Coll. F. XI. and B. lY., 1873-74. 

WHELAN, C. E. (p. 66)— born 24 May, 1860. Sou of William Whelan, Manu- 
facturer, Lancaster. C. XI., B. IV., 1866. Lytoncroft, Caterham. 

WRENCH, W. M. (p. 95)— (1876-1883), born 21 Nov., 1864; d. 6 May, 1890. 
Wimb. R. Team, 1880-82; instead of 2nd, Prince of Wales' Challenge Cup, 
read 1st Chancellor's Challenge Cup and Wimb. Comp., Camb., 1883; in 
Camb. Team v. Oxford Wimb. ; Caius F. XT., 1898 ; instead of M.B., read 
M.R.C.S. and F.S.A. (1st Part), 1888. 

YOUNG, P. N, F. (p. 158)— became Captain of the School during Christmas 
Term, 1901. 



180 



3n&ey to Staff. 







YEAR 


PAGE 




YEAR 


PAOK 


Adair, J. F. ... 


• • • 


1877 ... 


xvi 


Davies, J 


1739 ... 


• * • 

Xlll 


Ainglie, M. A. 


• • • 


1892 ... 


xviii 


Dauglish, J. M. 


1887 ... 


xviii 


Aldred, D. ... 


• • ■ 


1863 ... 


XV 


Deacon, A. O. 


1859 ... 


xiv 


Allison, F. B. 


■ • ■ 


1868 ... 


XV 


Dodd, W. L 


1865 ... 


XV 


Almond, 6. ... 


• IB 


1750 ... 


xi 


Dorling, E. E. 


1886 ... 


xvii 


Altdorfer, S. ... 


• ■ • 


1866 ... 


XV : 


Dumas, J 


1843 ... 


xiv 


Amos, A. D. C. 


• 1 • 


1894 ... 


xix ; 








Archer, F. ... 


« • • 


1898 ... 


xix • 


Eardley, Miss E. M. 


1892 ... 


xix 


Askwith, Miss S. 




1894 ... 


xix 


Eardley, Miss S. O.... 
Earle, A. G 


1892 ... 
1882 ... 


xix 
xvii 


Barbae Aprilis, W 


> > • • 


1159 ... 


X 


Edgell, R. A 


188 


xvii 


Barber, W. T. 


■ • • 


1854 ... 


xiv 


Ehrke, — 


1863 ... 


XV 


Baseley, Miss H. 


B. 


1899 ... 


xix 


Ellaby, F 


1843 ... 


xiv 


Bateman, — ... 


■ ■ ■ 


1714 ... 


xiii 1 


Elliott, J 


1897 ... 


xix 


Bayley, N. 


• ■ > 


17 


xiii 


Ellison, J. E 


186 


XV 


Beach, W. N. 


• • • 


1867 ... 


XV ■ 


Eliot, L 


1692 ... 


xii 


Belle, S. 


■ • ■ 


1406 ... 


X 








Bennett, J. R. Ste 


Tn- 






Farrand, J 


183 


xiii 


dale- 


• • ■ 


1889 ... 


xi 


Field, F. G. E. ... 


1892 ... 


xviii 


Bingham, J. ... 


• ■ « 


1640 ... 


X, xii 


Fletcher, J. W. 


1842 ... 


■ • • 

Xlll 


Blackwall, A. 


• • « 


1697 ... 


xi 


Fletcher, W 


1834 ... 


xi 


Blanshard, C. T. 


• • • 


1884 ... 


xvii 


Foster, J 


1862 ... 


XV 


Bligh, J. 


• ■ • 


1793 ... 


xi 


Fritche, F 


186 


XV 


Bott, — 


■ ■ ■ 


1657 ... 


xii 


Frizell, R. H 


1828 ... 


• • ■ 

Xlll 


Bourne, S. ... 


■ a ■ 


1672 ... 


• * 

Xll 


Fulford, H. L. 


1900 ... 


xix 


Bourne, T. ... 


• ■ ■ 


1667 ... 


* • 

Xll 


Fuller, L. J 


1886 ... 


■ • a 

XVlll 


Bradbury, J. ... 


« • • 


1700 ... 


« • 

Xll 








Bradbury, T. 


• . • 


1883 ... 


.xvii 


Galliers, T 


1867 ... 


XV 


Brame, J. 


• a • 


1845 ... 


xiv 


Gascoigne, T. 


1846 ... 


xiv 


Brandreth, R. 


« ■ • 


1652 ... 


X 


Gilbert, C. R. 


1875 ... 


xvi 


Brewin, L. ... 


• • • 


1894 ... 


xix 


Gimmel, W 


1851 ... 


xiv 


Brooksmith, J. 


... 


1888 ... 


• > • 

XVlll 


Goode, H 


186 


XV 


Bruno, B. 


... 


1865 ... 


XV 


Goodman, W 


1275 ... 


X 


Brytlebank, H. 


a • • 


1527 ... 


X 


Greaves, C. A. 


1865 ... 


XV 


Burgess, W. A. 


• • • 


1867 ... 


xvi 








Burgh, W. de... 


• • • 


1889 ... 


xviii 


Hall, dk 

Harrynian, J. 


1610 ... 
1657 ... 


X 

xii 


Cantrell, H. ... 


■ • a 


1722 ... 


xiii 


Hawkyard, Miss E. ... 


1894 ... 


xix 


Cantrell, T. ... 


• ■ » 


1684 ... 


xi 


Henry, J. H 


1890 ... 


* • ■ 

XVlll 


Carnegie, C. E. 


> ■ « 


1890 ... 


xviii 


Heslop, G. H. 


1885 ... 


xvii 


Carre, Sir P. 


• • • 


1348 ... 


X 


Hewitt, H. M. 


1867 ... 


xvi 


Chadfield, E. J. 


• • « 


1887 ... 


xviii 


Hill, — 


165 


X 


Chambers, C. E. 


• * • 


1889 ... 


xviii 


Horsiiigton, J. 


1681 ... 


xi, xii 


Chambers, W. 


• • • 


1731 ... 


xiii 


Hose, H. J 


1867 ... 


XV 


Chandler, W. 


a ■ • 


1867 ... 


xvi 


How, J. 


1674 ... 


Xll 


Charles worth, G. S.... 


1896 ... 


xix 


Hudson, J 


1843 ... 


xi 


Chylinski, D. de 




1851 ... 


xiv 


Hummel, F. H. 


1872 ... 


xvi 


Cinq, — 




1872 ... 


xvi 


Hunter, — 


1860 ... 


xiv 


Clark, W. ... 




1865 ... 


xi 


Hutchinson, G. T. ... 


1854 ... 


xiv 


Clarke, J. 




1845 ... 


xiv 








Clarks(t)one, A. 




1774 ... 


xi 


Iddon, J 


1879 ... 


xvi 


Cook, J. T. ... 




1871 ... 


xvi 


Ingeram. R 


12 


X 


Coze, — 




1854 ... 


xiv 








Coyle, D. 




1877 ... 


xvi 


Jackson, — 

Jacques, W. B. 


178 

1885 ... 


xiii 
xvii 


Dakeyne, — ... 




1705 ... 


xiii 


James, W. H. 


183 


• « a 

Xlll 


Daniel, — 




1856 ... 


xiv 


Jay. — 


1850 ... 


xiv 



INDEX TO STAFF. 



181 





YEAB 


PAGE 




YEAB 


PAGE 


Jervis, G. W 


1879 .. 


xvi 


Rice, E 


. 1882 . 


xvii 


Jessopp, W 


186 


xiv 


Rigby, G 


. 1883 . 


xvii 


Jinkerson, T 


1637 .. 


• • 

Xll 


Roberts, J. H. 


. 1862 . 


xiv 


Johnson, J. J. 


1886 .. 


xvii 


Roberts, S 


. 1756 . 


xiii 


Johnson, R 


159.. .. 


X 


Roitel, A 


. 1867 . 


XV 








Roasall, J. H 


. 1865 . 


XV 


Kanter, J. A 


1859 .. 


xiv 


Rowell, F 


. 1841 . 


xiii 


Kirkland, B 


1602 .. 


• • 

Xll 








Koschetzky, H. 
Kuck, G. H 


1854 .. 
1897 .. 


xiv 
xix 


Schmid, U. ... 
Seddon, J. D. 
Sieveking, A. G. .. 


. 1880 . 
. 1889 . 
. 1881 . 


xvii 

• » ■ 

.. XVllI 

xvii 


T»«fTan, R. S. de C. ... 


1880 .. 


xvii 


Simmonds, T 


. 1871 . 


xvi 


Laing, Ph 

Lamb, J. G. ... 


1890 .. 
1877 .. 


. xviii 

xvi 


Simmonds, T. 
Simpson, Miss C. . 


. 1886 . 
. 1896 . 


xvii 
xix 


Lamy, A 

Leary, T. H. L. 


1865 .. 


XV 


Smith, A. F 


. 1886 . 


xvii 


1858 .. 


xi 


Smith, Mrs. C. H. .. 


. 1894 . 


xix 


Lewis, G. A 


1892 .. 


xviii 


Smith, J. B 


. 1863 . 


XV 


Lockett, W 


1716 .. 


• • • 

Xlll 


Smith, S. 


. 1844 . 


xiv 


Lowndes, J. ... 


1878 .. 


xvi 


Smith, S. 


. 1891 . 


xviii 








Smythe, E. McG. .. 


. 1867 . 


xvi 


Macdonnell, F. T. ... 


1882 .. 


xvii 


Staines, R. J 


, 1845 . 


xiv 

• • 


Macfarlane, — 


1855 .. 


xiv 


Ste(e)ven8on, J. 


. 1693 . 


Xll 


Macham (Machin), N. 


1684 .. 


xii 


Stevens, H. E. de R 


. 1877 . 


xvi 


Madeley, W 


1888 .. 


xviii 


Stone, R. 


. 1668 . 


X 


Magister Domus 8te. 
Helene 






Stranack. C. W. M. . 


. 1890 . 


. xviii 


1292 .. 


X 


Stranack, VV. G. N. . 


. 1891 . 


. xviii 


Manlove, T 


1761 .. 


xi 


Stuckey, F. A. 


. 1883 . 


xvii 


Masservy, A 

Matthews, J 

Meaden, H. F. 

Moore, H 

Moore, H 

Morgan, J. K. 


1877 .. 

167 

1865 .. 
181.. .. 
1851 .. 
1879 .. 


xvi 
xi 

XV 

xiii 
xiv 
xvi 


Tacchella, B 

Tate, J 

Tedoldi, A 

ToUit, P. K 

Turner, — 


. 1887 . 
. 1889 . 
. 183.. .. 
. 1898 . 
. 1705 . 


. xviii 

. xviii 

xiii 

xi 

■ • 

Xll 








Unwin, W. S 


. 1886 . 


xvii 


Neill, P 


1845 .. 


xiv 


IJssher, J 


. 183.. .. 


■ • • 

Xlll 


Neville, L 


1897 .. 


.\ix 








Neville-Cox, S. 


1892 ... 


xviii 


Wagner, — ... 


. 1865 . 


XV 


Nicholas, Magister ... 


1261 .. 


X 


Walker, Miss E. . 


. 1893 . 


xix 


Noad, G. P 


1844 .. 


xiv 


Walker, Miss L. 


. 1900 . 


xix 








Walker, T 


. 1684 .. 


xii 


Ogden, S 

Oldham, W. P. ... 


16 


• • 

Xll 


Ward, J 


. 1675 . 


• • 

Xll 


1865 .. 


XV 


Ward, N 


. 1663 . 


Xll 


Osbom, — 


1684 .. 


xii 


Wame, — 


. 1863 . 


XV 


Osborne, W 


1664 .. 


X 


Watson, — ... 


. 1842 . 


XIV 








Webster, Miss G. I.. 


. 1901 . 


xix 


Padfield, W. H. G. ... 


1898 .. 


xix 


Webster, M 


.. 183.. . 


• • « 

Xlll 


Parise, M 


1871 .. 


xvi 


Webster, P 


.. 1651 . 


xii 


Pearce, H. G 


1880 .. 


xvii 


Whitby, H. 0. 


. 1886 . 


.. xvii 


Penrose, C 


1873 .. 


xvi 


WTiitestone, R. A. \\ 


'. 1892 . 


• ■ • 

.. XVlll 


Philpott, 


1889 .. 


xviii 


Whit taker. Miss A. E 


.. 1897 . 


.xix 


Pochin, E. C 


1892 .. 


xix 


Whittaker, Miss G. . 


. 1898 . 


xix 


Pownall, W. L. 


1851 .. 


xiv 


Wilson, Miss T. C. . 


. 1894 . 


xix 


Price, P. R 


1863 .. 


XV 


Winter, J 


.. 1722 . 


xi 


Pugh, J. B 


1838 .. 


xiii 


Wood, A. R 


. 1898 . 


xix 




1 




Wood, W 


.. 184.. . 


xiii 


Rayner, — 


1627 .. 


X 


Wright, — ... 


.. 1731 . 


• • • 

Xlll 



182 



3nt)cy to Scbolars. 

The names in italics are also found in the lists of Captains, on 
pages 174 to 177. 

Those prefixed by a f occur also among the Prize Holders, on 
pages 166 to 178/ 



YEAK 

Abell, B 1901 

Abell, R. J 1898 

Adair, T. S 1878 

Adams, — ... ... 186.. 

tAdams, H. B. L. ... 1882 

Adlington, W 1878 

Adsetts, G 1852 

Adsetts, J 1850 

AdaettB, T 1854 

Adsetts, W 1853 

Alkin, J. G 1865 

Alkin, R. 1866 

Alkin, R. C 1865 

Allen, A. W 1871 

Allen, F. J 1882 

Allen, J 1867 

Allen, J. V 1873 

Allen, R. H 1880 

Allen, W 1839 

Allestree, W 16... 

Alleyne, J 167.. 

AUeyne, R 172.. 

Alleyne, T 171.. 

tAUinson, A. R 1868 

Allport, F. E 1895 

fAUporl, ff. J 1890 

t Allport, J 1870 

Almond, G 176.. 

Almond, J. W. R. ... 1861 

Almond, R 176.. 

Anderson, P 1710 

Ann, H. T 1896 

Ann, W. E 1896 

Anson, F. A 1863 

Anson, H. V 1862 

Apthorp, W. E. ... 1893 

Archbutt, G. S. ... 1893 

Archbutb, L. S 1892 

Archbutt, R. C. ... 1895 

Archdall, G 1800 

Archdeacon, C. J. ... 1878 

Archer, — 1721 

Archer, J. 1855 

Argyle, J. 1863 

t Armstrong, J. L. P. ... 1866 

Arnold, G 1843 

Arnold, G. H 1892 

Arnold, H 1844 

Amold-Bemrose, E. 1901 

Ashmore, E 1884 

Astill, A. 1875 



PAGE 

... 161 

... 155 

■ . . %f\f 

... 51 

... Ill 

... 100 

... 42 

... 39 

... 43 

... 43 
67, 178 

... 68 

... 67 

... 82 

... 110 

... 73 
86 

... 106 

... 29 
20, 178 
6 

... 13 

... 11 

... 75 

... 146 

... 129 

... 80 

... 17 

... 55 

..." 17 

... 10 

... 147 

... 148 

... 63 

... 60 

... 140 

... 139 

... 135 

... 146 

... 23 

13, 178 
... 45 

61 
.. 67 
... 31 
... 136 

32 
.. 162 
.. 113 
... 91 







Y£AB 


PAGE 


Astley, W. 


• • • • fl 


. 1873 .. 


87 


Atkins, W. 


• ■ ■ • • 


. 1856 .. 


46 


Atkinson, L. 


* ■ • « 


. 1876 .. 


. 93 


Attenborough, 


E. 


. 1873 .. 


86 


Attenborough, 


M. 


. 1867 .. 


70 


Atthill, J. L. 


... 


. 1897 .. 


. 152 


Attwood, F. N 


• ■ * • 


. 1898 .. 


. 154 


Auden, T. E. 




. 1879 .. 


. 102 


Ault, G. ... 


... 


•• •••*■• ■• 


2U 


Ault, P. ... 


• • • • 


■•>•>• 


20 


Ault, R. ... 




•« «••«•• •• 


20 


Ault, W. ... 


... 


. 1846 .. 


. 35 


Aulton, E. S. 


■ • • • 


.. 1879 .. 


. 103 


Aulton, R. B. 


• ■ • ■ 


. 1879 .. 


. 103 


Ayre, C. S. 


• « • ■ 


.. 1892 .. 


. 136 


Backhouse, H 


. E. .. 


. 1882 .. 


. Ill 


Baeofif — ... 


■ ■ a • 


.. 182.. .. 


24 


tBacon, A. F. 
Baddeley, — 


• ■ ■ • ■ 


. 1876 .. 


. 95 


• • • • 


•• ■■•••• •• 


. 20 


Baddeley, K. 


• ■ • • 


.. 1873 .. 


85 


Bage, R. ... 


• • > • 


. 1745 .. 


14 


Baggaley, C. A. N. . 


.. 1901 .. 


. 162 


Bagshaw, J. 


» • • « 


.. 1857 .. 


47 


Bagshawe, S. 


• • • ■ 


.. 1763 .. 


17 


Bagshawe, C. 


L. G. .. 


. 1899 .. 


. 157 


Bailey, B. 


• ■ ■ * 


. 1897 .. 


. 152 


Bailey, G. C. 


• ■ ■ • 


. 1873 .. 


85 


Bailey, U. A. 


• « • • 


. 1873 .. 


. 85 


Bailey, W. 


• • • • 


. 1876 .. 


94 


Bainbrigge, T. 


■ • • • 


. 1761 .. 


17 


Baker, C. 


« • • • 


.. 1841 .. 


. 28 


Baker, C. B. 


■ ■ • • 


. 1845 .. 


. 35 


tBaker, F. C. 


• « ■ • 


. 1891 .. 


. 130 


Baker, F. H. 


• • • • ■ 


. 1868 .. 


75 


Baker, J. 


• • • • 


. 1710 .. 


10 


Baker, J. 


• ■ • • 


■• •••••■ ■• 


. 20 


Baker, J. W. 


« • • ■ 


. 1842 .. 


. 29 


Baker, W. 


■ ■ ■ • ■ 


. 1839 .. 


27 


Baker, W. de 


F. 


. 1839 .. 


27 


Bakewell, F. 


... 


. 1881 .. 


. 108 


Bakewell, G. 





. 1879 .. 


. 102 


Bakewell, J. 


■ ■ • • 


. 175.. .. 


16 


Bakewell, J. 


• • • • • 


. 1855 .. 


. 46 


Bakewell, R. 





. 1753 .. 


15 


Balguy, B. 


... • 


. 18*7 .. 


. 37 


Balguy, J. 


« ■ a • 


.. 176.. ,. 


18 


Ball, W. ... 


• ■ • • I 


. 1868 .. 


75 


Banon, F. L. 


■ • ( • 


. 1878 .. 


. 100 


Barber, R. 


• ■ • • 


. 1861 .. 


. 53 


Barchard, H. 


G. 


. 1875 .. 


. 92 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



183 





YBAK 


PAGE 


BardiU, V. B. ... 


... 1892 


... 135 


tBarker, T. 0. ... 


... 1893 


... 140 . 


Barlow, — 


... 1841 


... 28 ! 


Barlow, W. 


... 170.. 


... 10 ' 


Barnard, A. 


... 1875 


... 93 


Barnard, C. W. 


... 1869 


... 77 ' 


Barnes, B. 


... Xo4.. 


• ■ • OO 


Barnes, \V. 


... 1852 


... 42 


Barnes, W. H. ... 


... 1850 


... 39 


Bamett, G. 


... 1855 


... 45 


Barrs, A. J. N. ... 


... 1901 


... 161 , 


Barrs, C. N. ... 


... 1895 


... 146 ' 


tBarton, C. E. ... 


... 1880 


... 104 


tBarton, H. J. ... 


... 1880 


... 106 


Barton, W. 


... 1850 


... 38 


Bartrum, D. H. 


... 1892 


... 135 


Bartruni. V. A. 


... 1897 


... 151 ' 


Basford, A. 


... 1899 


... 157 1 


Basford, A. L. ... 


... 1899 


... 157 


Basford, J. H. ... 


... 1866 


... 68 ' 


Basford, S. 


... 1899 


... 157 


Bate, A 


... 1604 


1 


Bate, G. F. 0. ... 


... 1884 


.. 114 


Bate, J. H. O. ... 


... 1890 


... 129 


Bate, R 


... 170.. 


... \j 


Bateman, — ... 


... 1753 


... 16 


Bateman, B. 


•■• •>•••• 


... 20 1 


Bateman, C. 


••• ••■»■> 


... 20, 


Bateman, E. 





... 20 


Bateman, H. ... 


... 1633 


... 2 


Bateman, H. ... 


... 167.. 


... 6l 


Bateman, H. ... 


... 1766 


... 18 ' 


Bateman, J. 


... 176.. 


... 18 


Bateman, J. 


... 178.. 


... 20 


Bateman, M. ... 


... 1664 


... 5! 


Bateman, R. ... 


... 1633 


2 


Bateman, R. 


... 171.. 


... 11 


Bateman, R. ... 


... 1730 


... 13 


Bateman, R. 


... 1766 


... 18 


Bater, K. C. ... 


... 1900 


... 160 


Battelle, A. 


... 1860 


... 52 


Battelle, C. 


... 1861 


... 53 


Battelle, F. 


... 1860 


... 52 


Battelle, J. A. ... 


... 1860 


... 52 


Battelle, T. H. 


... 1860 


... 53 


Battersby, J. ... 


... 1890 


... 128 


Battersby, \V. ... 


... 1878 


... 99 


Baxter, C. E. ... 


... 1876 


... 95 


Bayley, C. 


... 1855 


... 46 


Bayley, J. 


... 1844 


... 32 


Bayley, J. 


... 1844 


... 32 


Bayley, R. M. ... 


... 1901 


... 162 


Beacall, J. 


... 1845 


. . . <yf 1 


Beach, G. F. W. 


... 1897 


... 151 


Beach, H. G. ... 


... 1897 


... 151 


Beach, T. V. ... 


... 1897 


... 151 


Beare, R. V. 


... 1891 


... 133 


Beasley, E. C. \V. 


... 1884 


... 113 


Beaumont, H. ... 


... 1842 


... 29 


Beaumont, J. W. 


... 1842 


... 29 


Bcaumonfc, V. B. 


... 1901 


... 161 


tBeck, E. W. T. ... 


... 1876 


... 95 


Beck, F. \V. ... 


... 1858 


... 50 


Beck, F. \V. ... 


... 1896 


... 149 


Beck, T. J. 


... 1859 


... 51 


Beck, T. K. 


... 1892 


... 135 , 


Beckem, W. 


... 1717 


... 11 


Beesley, E. 


... 1892 


... 134 





YSAB. 


PAGE 


Beesley, G. 


... 1856 


... 46 


Beesley, L. 


... 1892 


... 134 


Bell, D. D. ... 


... 1867 


... 70 


Bell, F. G. 


... 1882 


... 110 


Belly J. R. K. ... 


... 1866 


... 69 


Bell, R. ... 


... 1723 


... 13 


Bell, W 


... 1848 


... 37 


Bemrosc, E. 


... 1845 


... 35 


Bemrose, H. H. 


... 1837 27,ix,164 


Benner, J. G. ... 


... 1897 


... 152 


Bennet, W. 


... 1665 


5 


Bennett, E. 


... 1857 


... 47 


Bennett, E. G. S. 


... 1892 


... 135 


tBennett, F. T. ... 


... 1874 


... 89 


Bennett, J. B. S. 


... 1897 


... 151 


Bennett, J. S ... 


... 1889 


... 124 


Bennett, M. H. ... 


... 1899 


... 158 


Bennett. N. 


... 165.. 


3 


tBennett, R. E. ... 


... 1881 


... 109 


Bennett, R. S. 


... 1889 


... 124 


Bennett, T. 


... 1867 


... 73 


tBennett, T. E. ... 


... 1881 


... 109 


Bennett, T. C. S. 


... 1891 


... 133 


Bennett, W. 


... 1867 


... 73 


Bent, G. ... 


... 1876 


... 93 


Bcrisford, R. ... 


... 1633 


2 


tBernard, H. C. 


... 1880 


... 105 


Berry, A. E. 


... 1899 


... 157 


Best, W. T. ... 


... 1879 


... 103 


Settle, J. S. ... 


... 1897 


... 151 


Bickerstaff, C. 1. 


... 1869 


... 77 


tBiddle, C. 


... 1889 


... 123 


Biddle, F. 


••■ ••■••• 


... 20 


tBiggs, C. R. n. ... 


... 1878 


... 101 


Bilsborough, 1). 


... 179.. 


... 23 


Bil...., M. 


■■• ■•■■■• 


... 20 


Bindlev, — 


186.. 


... 51 


Bindley, F. C. W. 


... 1893 


... 139 


Bindley, R. J. F. 


... 1891 


... 133 


Bingham, J. 


... 174.. 


... 14 


Bingham, J. 


... 1753 


... 15 


Bingham, W. A. 


... 1867 


... 70 


Birch, T 


... 174.. 


... 14 


Birch, W. R. ... 


... 1844 


... 32 


Birchall, T. 


... 1850 


... 39 


Birchall, W. 


... 1843 


... 31 


Birchall. W. ... 


... 1847 


36,178 


Birds (Birch), R. 


... 1764 


... 17 


Bishop, J. W. ... 


... 1868 


... 74 


tBlack, C. A. H. 


... 1863 


... 60 


Black, J. G. ... 


... 1885 


... 115 


Blackwall A. 


... 168.. 


... 7, xi 


Blackwall, A. ... 


... 170.. 


... 10 


Blackwall, H. ... 


... 1712 


... 10 


Blackwall, J. 


... 171.. 


... 11 


Blackwall, R. ... 


... 171.. 


... 11 


Blackwall, T. ... 


... 173.. 


... 14 


Blackwall, W. ... 


... 171.. 


... 11 


Blackwall, W. ... 


... 176.. 


... 18 


tBiount, G. B. C. 


... 1885 


... 116 


t Blount, G. H. ... 


... 1881 


... 108 


Blount, T. 


... 1712 


... 10 


Blyth, S. F. ... 


... 1843 


... 30 


Boam, H. 


... 1884 


... 115 


Boam, H. 


... 1889 


... 124 


Boam, M. C. ... 


... 1886 


... 119 


Boam, P. 


... 1898 


... 154 


Boileau, 0. St. C. 


... 1894 


... 144 



184 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 





TEAR 


PAGE 




TEAB 


PAGE 


Bold, J 


165.. 


5 


Broughall, J. ... 


... 1863 . 


61 


Bold, S 


169.. 


9 


Broughall, R. ... 


... 1863 . 


61 


Borne, W. 




... 20 


Broughton, S. ... 


••• •••••■ ■ 


. 20 


tBookey, E 


1875 


93, 178 


Broun, C. W. W. 


... 1868 .. 


74 


Bookey, R. H. ... 


1870 


80, 178 


Broun, M. A. S. 


... 1868 .. 


74 


Bootiman, J. S. 


1878 


... 101 


Wrown, A. E. ... 


... 1888 . 


. 123 


Borman, A. W 


1863 


... 60 


Brown, C. R. ... 


... 186*/ .. 


71 


Borough, C. F. L. 


1894 


... 144 


Brown, G. 


... 1846 . 


35 


Borough, F 


1842 


...29,35 


Brown, G. 


... 1873 .. 


87 


Borough, J 


1843 


... 30 


Brown, G. 


... 1896 .. 


. 148 


Borough, B. F. 


1890 


... 129 


Brown, J. N. ... 


... 1894 .. 


. 141 


Borrington, J 


183.. 


... 25 


Brown, U. A. ... 


... 1867 . 


71 


Borrow, T 


171.. 


... 13 


Brown, W. 


... 1847 . 


36 


Borrow (Borough), T. .. 


1770 


... 18 


Browne, T. B. ... 


... 1880 . 


. 106 


Bott, T 


169.. 


8 


Browne, W. 


... 1862 .. 


57 


Bourne, S. 


166.. 


... 5, xii 


Bruin, J. 


... 171.. . 


12 


Bousfield, G 


1858 


... 50 


Bryer, A. 


... 1849 . 


38 


Bowers, J. 


1868 


... 74 


Buckland, R. V. 


... 188.. .. 


. 123 


Bowmer, B 


1843 


... 30 


Budworth, W. ... 


... 171.. . 


11 


Bowmer, J 


1843 


... 31 


Bull, A 


... 1851 . 


41 


Bowring, C. C 


1854 45,ix,164 


Bull, C 


... 1862 . 


60 


fBowrinQf C S 


1890 


... 126 


Bunney, J. 


... 1869 .. 


78 


Bowring, E. L 


1891 


... 131 


Burroughs, R. ... 


... 1844 . 


. 33 


Boyd, G. W 


1878 


... 98 


Burroughs, T. P. 


... 1843 . 


30 


Boyd, R. P 


1899 


... 157 


Burrow, D. 


•■• •••■■• • 


20 


Boynton, C. I. W. 


1863 


... 63 


Burrows, H. 


... 1852 . 


42 


Boynton, G. H. 


1858 


... 48 


Burrows, J. 


... 1853 . 


42 


Brackenbury, H. J. ... 


1875 


... 93 


Burrows, R. 


... 1851 . 


41 


Bradley, A. M 


186.. 


... 60 


Burton, H. 


171 


12 


t Bradley, D. F 


1863 


... 61 


Burton, H. 


... 1896 . 


. 149 


t Bradley, G 


1867 


... 72 


Burton, J. 


... 171.. . 


10 


Bradley, H/ 


1869 


... 78 


Burton, M. 


171 


10 


Bramley, W 


1869 


... 77 


Burton, R. 


... 166.. . 


6 


Bramton, D 




... ia) 


Bush, C. E. 


... 1891 . 


.. 131 


Brandon, F. M. 


1878 


... 101 


Butel, C 


... 1862 . 


57 


Branson, T 


1837 


... 26 


Buxton^ J. M. ... 


... 1876 . 


95 


tBrayne, W. F 


1890 


... 129 


Byrch, E. 


... 171.. . 


12 


tBreading, G. A. 


1859 


... 51 








Breakey, H 


1890 


... 129 


Cadman, E. S. R. 


... 1881 . 


.. 107 


Brearey, B 


1872 


... 85 


Calvert, A. 


... 1840 . 


28 


Brearey, T 


1862 


... 57 


Calvert, A. 


• • • xo^^ 


35 


Brennand, H. J. 


1866 


... 69 


Calvert, E. 


... 1840 . 


28 


Brentnall, C 


1852 


... 42 


Cameron, C. 


... 1864 . 


63 


Brcntnall, E 


1855 


... 45 


Cameron J K. B. 


... 1878 .. 


. 101 


Briddon, A. J. W. 


1888 


... 122 


Campbell, A. ... 


... 186.. . 


80 


Briddon, W. H. 


1862 


... 57 


Campbell, C. A. 


... 1882 . 


.. 110 


Bridges, W 


169.. 


8 


Campbell, 0. H. 


... 1882 . 


. Ill 


Brigg, H. R 


1885 


... 117 


Campion, J. G. ... 


... 1881 . 


.. 109 


Hriggs, E. E 


1893 


... 140 


Canner, F. W. ... 


... 1883 . 


.. 113 


Briggs, J 


1667 


5 


Canner, W. 


... 1863 . 


62 


Briggs, J 


1899 


... 155 


Cantrell, H. 


... 169.. .. 


.8, xiii 


Briggs, J 


1901 


... 161 


Cantrell, H. 


... 172,. . 


13 


Brigstock, G 


1880 


... 104 


Cantrell, J. C. ... 


... J. 1 0.. 


15 


Brittan, R 


1876 


... 95 


Cantrell, W. ... 


... 1725 . 


13 


tBritten, G. B 


1885 


... 116 


Cantrell, W. ... 


... 1753 . 


16 


Brittlebank, B. 


1864 


... 65 


Cantrill, H. 


... 1850 . 


40 


Broadbent, P. G. A. ... 


1889 


... 123 


Cantrill, T. 


... 1851 . 


40 


Bromwich, C. L. 


1862 


... 57 


Carlisle, G. P. ... 


... 1891 . 


.. 130 


Bromwich, G 


1862 


... 57 


Carnegie, J. W. P. 


... 1895 . 


.. 146 


Brook, T. 


1674 


6 


Carnell, H. 


... 1866 . 


68 


Brooker, F. G 


1871 


... 81 


Carnell, W. T. ... 


... 1858 . 


50 


Brookhouse, J. H. 


1872 


... 84 


Carnt, S. G. ... 


... 1896 . 


. 148 


tBrooks, A. E 


1886 


... 117 


Carr, F. W. ... 


... 1865 . 


66 


Brooks, C. G 


1881 


... 108 


Carr [sec] 


... 1865 .. 


66 


Broome, J. G 


1863 


... 61 


Carrington, W. ... 


... 1854 . 


44 


Brough, H 


1812 


... 24 


Carter, F. F. ... 


... 1894 . 


.. 144 


Brough, H 


1855 


... 46 


t Carter, F. S. ... 


... 1866 . 


68 


Brough, S 


168.. 


7 


Carter, H. L. ... 


... 1901 . 


.. 161 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



185 





YEAR 


PACK 1 


tCarter, W. L 


1866 


... 68 


Carthew, M 


1841 


... 28 


Cartwright [pri.] 


1867 


... 71 


Cariwright [sec. J 


1867 


... 71 


Cartwright, J 


1896 


... 149 


Cartwright, W. J. M.... 


1898 


... 155 


Case, G. 


1896 


... 149 


TiyOSCf H. ui.. ... 


1894 


... 142 


v^I»b6 .iJ. ... ... ... 


1896 


... 149 


Catton, 6. M 


1866 


... 67 


Cecil, R. ... 




... 20 


Cecil, W 




... 20 


tChadwick, H. M. 


i"889 


... 123 


^Ohadicick, T. L. 


1889 


... 124 


Challen, L. B 


1880 


... 105 


Challis, F. J 


1874 


... 89 


Chamberlain, A. W. ... 


1884 


... 113 


Chamberlain, H. B. ... 


1876 


... 94 


Chambers, W 


171.. 


10, xiii 


Chambers, W 


173.. 


... 14 


Chancellor, P. H. 


1894 


... 142 


Chancellor, H. S. V. ... 


1890 


... 129 


Chandler, N. C. 


1901 


... 161 


Chaplin, A 


1896 


... 148 


Chapman, G. J. 


1901 


... 161 , 


Charles, A 


1865 


66 


Charles, A. L 


1863 


... 61 


Chanrille, J. T. R. ... 


1896 


... 149 


Chatterton, G. J. 


1851 


... 40 


Chatterton. J 


182.. 


... 24 


Chat/tor, A. C 


1893 


... 138 


Cheatham, J. McF. ... 


1883 


... 113 


Cheetham, J. C. 


1899 


... 157 


Cheetham, R. ... 


1839 


... 30 


iChell, J. W 


1895 


... 144 


Child. E 


1843 


... 31 


Cholerton, A. F. 


1873 


... 88 


Chope, B. S. 


1885 


... 115 


Christian, J. M. 


1865 


... 65 


Christian, H. C. 


1864 


... 65 


Christian, W. G. 


1894 


... 142 


Church, J. 


1809 


... 24 


Clark, E. 


1711 


... 10 


Clark, G. W 


1870 


... 79 


Clark, J. 


1842 


... 29 


Clark, M 


1867 


... 73 


Clark, T. 


1844 


... 32 


Clark, W 


1851 


... 40 


Clark. W. G 


1872 


... 82 


Clarke, C. C. ... 


1901 


... 161 


Clarke, C. H 


1864 


... 65 


Clarke, C. H 


1901 


... 161 


tCiarke, E. 


1861 


... 54 


Clarke, F. 


1866 


... 68 


Clarke, F. F 


1901 


... 161 1 


Clarke, H. R 


1901 


... 162 


Clarke. J. H 


1862 


... 57 


Clarke, R. 


1862 


... 57 ; 


Clarke, R. 


1885 


... 116 


Clarke. W 


1866 


... 67 I 


Clay, B. ... 




... 20 . 


Claye, A. 


1864 


... 65 1 


Oiaye, O. A. ... ... 


1895 


... 146 , 


tClaye, E. H 


1867 


... 72 


Claye, F. R 


1870 


... 80 


Claye, R. B 


1895 


... 146 


Claye, S. J 


1863 


... 61 


Claye, W. E 


1873 


... 88 



Clayton, C. S. J. 

Clayton, T. G 

tCleeve, E. S 

Clemson, H. A 

Ofeneh, C. MeD. 

Clench, F. McD. 

Clench, G. McD. 

Clifford, J 

tClose, A. G 

Close, C. J. W. 

Close, E. P 

Clowes, J. 

Clowes, S. W 

CIulow, E. 

fCoates, G. 

Cockajrne, F 

Cockayne, G 

Cockayne, T 

Cockayne, T 

Cockshott, A 

Cockshott, G 

Coke, D. P 

Coke, H. de O 

Coles, H. L. 

Collier, H. N 

Collins, M 

Collins, 8. 

Collinson, E 

Colston, T 

Colyer, L. B. T. 

Combes, W 

Compton, C. W. McG. 

Conroy, F. M 

Constable, W. G. 
tConstable, W. J. 

Cook, A. T. 

V.'UwlL, ^ .... ... ... 

v^OOK, IT .... ... ... 

Cooke, A 

Cooke, A. B 

Cooke, A. G. S. 
tCooke, L. E 

Cooke, P. M 

tCooke, S. C. F 

Co(o)ke, T 

Cooke, W. E 

Cooke, W. H. C. 

Cooper, C. W 

Cooper, E. 

Cooper, E. W 

Cope, C. S. 

Cope, G. A. 

Cope, H. A. 

Copestake, H 

Copestake, J. G. 

Coppell, B. E. ... 

Corfield, B. C. ... 

Corfield, C. L. ... 

Corney, H. 

Comey, R. W 

Cosens, C. H. C. 

Cosens, E . A . ... 

Cosens, W. B 

Cott, R. ... 

Cotton, C. H 

Cotton, G. S. E. 

Cotton, J. 

Cotton, W 



TEAR 


PAGE 


1892 . 


.. 136 


1890 . 


.. 128 


1879 . 


.. 103 


1892 . 


.. 134 


1881 . 


.. 109 


1876 i 


94, 178 


1876 .. 


. 94 


1846 . 


35 


1873 . 


88 


1879 . 


.. 102 


1877 . 


97 


1836 . 


.. 26 


1836 . 


.. 26 


1854 . 


45 


1862 . 


.. 58 


170.. . 


9 


169.. . 


8 


170.. .. 


10 


177.. . 


19 


1881 . 


.. 110 


1886 . 


.. 119 


175.. . 


16 


1878 . 


. 101 


1898 . 


.. 153 


1885 . 


.. 117 


1876 . 


.. 94 


1895 . 


.. 146 


186.. . 


51 


165.. . 


5 


1893 . 


. 139 


1875 . 


.. 93 


1890 . 


.. 129 


1899 . 


.. 155 


1899 . 


.. 158 


1878 . 


.. 101 


1896 . 


.. 149 


1776 . 


19 


1769 . 


18 


1850 . 


39 


1896 . 


.. 148 


1894 . 


.. 143 


1862 . 


.. 56 


1898 . 


.. 153 


1894 . 


.. 141 


171.. . 


11 


1899 . 


.. 155 


1894 . 


.. 141 


1873 . 


87 


1869 . 


.. 78 


1873 . 


85 


1893 . 


.. 138 


1895 . 


.. 146 


1889 . 


.. 124 


1843 . 


32 


1845 . 


.. 34 


1901 . 


.. 161 


1900 . 


.. 160 


1900 . 


.. 160 


1892 . 


.. 135 


1891 . 


.. 133 


1875 . 


91 


1875 . 


91 


1875 . 


93 


1870 . 


80 


1869 . 


78 


1870 . 


80 


1595 . 


1 


1760 . 


17 



14 



186 



THB DEBBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Coulson, U. L. .. 

Goulson, J. E. .. 

Court, C. S. 

Court, P. H. .. 

CoutUt A. R. .. 

Coulti, J. O 

Coutts, W. S. .. 

Cowley, T. 

Coz, A. £. 
tCoaj, A. J. 

Cox, C. A. 

Uox, E. 

Cox, E. H. 

Cox, G 

Cox, J. ... 

Cox, J. H. 

Cox, J. W. 

Cox, B. 

Cox, T 

Cox, T. R. 

Cox, W 

tCox, W. J. 

Cox, W. T. 

Coxon, R. H. .. 

Coxon, T. R. .. 
tCoxon, r. W. .. 

Crassweller, H. V. 

Craven, E. 

Creswell, C. W. 

Creawell, F. H. P. 

Crispin, N. T. ... 

Crockett, A. W. 

Croft, — ... 

Crompton, A. 

Crondace, F. G. D. 

Cronk, N. T. 

Crossley, H. 

Crossley, J. 

Crossley, J. 

Crossley, R. F. 

Cubley, A. C. 

Cubley, F. E. , 

Cubley, Tj. 

Cuff, A. ... 

Cuflf, A 

Cuff, C. 

Cuff, E. ... 

Cuff, E. ... 

Cuff, J. B. 

Cuff, J. 

Cumberland, D. P 

Cumberland, T. L. 

Cuningham, F. R. 

Currey, L. S. .. 

Currey, H. E. .. 

Currey, P. H. .. 
tCurrey, R. H. S. 

Curry, T. 

Curtys, T. 

Curzon, R. 

Cutting, J. B. .. 

Cutting, G. H. .. 

Dakeyne, H. 
Dale, E. ... 
Dale, J. F. 
Daniel, A. F. .. 
Daniel, B. 



TEAR 

1878 

1878 

1865 

1865 

1878 

1880 

1877 

1858 

1877 

1859 

1894 

181.. 

1871 

1846 

1844 

1833 

1901 

1881 

1834 

1890 

1858 

1858 

181.. 

1899 

1896 

1869 

1869 

1843 

1901 

1882 

1879 

1880 

17... 

1661 

1886 

1894 

186.. 

1854 

186.. 

1870 

1868 

1878 

1867 

1850 

1850 

1843 32 

1850 

1851 

1839 

1843 

1893 

1892 

1877 

187.. 

1872 

1875 

1872 

1654 

1664 

1840 

1890 

1890 

171.. 
1844 
1893 
1893 
1898 



PAGE 




TEAR 


PAGR 


.. 100 


Daniel, C. A. ... 


... 1853 . 


45 


.. 100 


Daniel, E. 


... 1853 . 


42 


66 


Daniel, H. 


... 1853 . 


43 


66 


Daniel, R. 


... 1895 . 


.. 14& 


... 100 


Daniel, W. 


... 1853 . 


43 


.. 105 


\ Daniel, W. 


... 1891 . 


.. 130 


97, 178 


Dankfl, E. W. ... 


... 1881 .. 


. 109 


.. 48 


Darby, G. H. ... 


... 1866 . 


68 


97 


Dart(w...), H. ... 


■■• ••••■• a 


21 


..50,80 


Davenport, A. ... 


... 1855 . 


46 


.. 142 


Davenport, A. A. 


... 1822 . 


24 


.. 24 


Davenport, E. ... 


... 1822 . 


24 


81 


Davenport, J. L. 


... lox.. 


24 


36 


Davenport, J. L. 


... 1852 . 


41 


33 


Daviee, C. S. ... 


... 1897 . 


. 152 


.. 25 


Davies, F. C. ... 


... 1896 .. 


. IW) 


.. 160 


Davies, I. B. ... 


... 1900 . 


. 160 


.. 108 


"[Daviett G. L. ... 


... 1880 . 


.. 106 


25 


Davies, R. W. ... 


1896 


. 150 


.. 126 


Davies, T. 


... 1753 .. 


16 


48 


Davi(e)s, T. H. ... 


... 1873 .. 


86 


49 


Davies, T. W. ... 


... 1873 .. 


. 86 


24 


Davis, A 


... 1853 . 


43 


.. 158 


Davis, A. H. ... 


... 1880 . 


. lOS 


.. 149 


Davis, F 


... 1853 . 


. 45 


78 


Davis, F 


... 1868 - 


76 


77 


Davis, H. 


... 1863 . 


62 


31 


tDavis, H. 


... 1868 .. 


76 


.. 161 


Davis, W. C. ... 


... 1887 . 


. 120 


.. Ill 


Davis, W. H. ... 


... 1895 . 


. 146 


.. 102 


Davison, H. H. ... 


.. 1874 . 


90 


.. 106 


Davison, W. 


■•« «>•■•• •- 


21 


20 


Dawkins, H. ... 


•■■ •••••■ •■ 


21 


5 


Dawson, C. H. D. 


... 1898 .. 


. 155 


.. 118 


Deacon, C. 


... 1869 J 


JO, 178 


.. 142 


fDeacon, E. 


... 1858 .. 


49 


55 


Deacon, H. 


... 1854 .. 


64 


45 


fDeacon, M. 


... 1861 .. 


53 


55 


Deacon, W. 


... 1858 .. 


49 


80 


Dean, — 


... 1873 .. 


. 86 


74 


Dean, A. P. 


... 1891 .. 


. 131 


99 


Dean, E 


... 1866 .. 


. 67 


71 


Dean, J. N. 


... 1891 .. 


. 131 


39 


Deeley, D. 


... 1886 . 


. 120 


39 


Deeley, H. M. ... 


... 1899 .. 


. 156 


,39,178 


Denby, C. 


••• •••••■ •■ 


. 21 


39 


Denby, J. 


••• ••••■• ■■ 


21 


41 


Denham, K. 


... 1844 . 


33 


30 


Denham, VV. ... 


... 1844 . 


33 


32, 178 


Denston, W. 


... 1745 .. 


15 


.. 138 


De Pledge, — ... 


... 1873 . 


. 84 


.. 127 


De Renzy, A. ... 


... 1880 . 


. 107 


98 


Dewberry, E. B. 


... 1891 .. 


. 135 


.. 101 


Dickenson, C. W. 


... 1880 .. 


. 106 


.. 84 


Dickenson, H. G. 


... 188.. . 


. 105 


.. 91 


Dickson, H. E. ... 


... 1872 .. 


84 


84 


Dinn, A. C. 


... 1899 .. 


. 156 


3 


Disney, T. C. ... 


... 1884 . 


. 115 


5 


Dobs, R. ... 


... 1717 . 


11 


30 


Docker, H. J. ... 


... 1856 . 


46 


.. 127 


Dodd, W. 


... 1883 . 


. 115 


.. 127 


Dodd, W. H. L. 


... 1886 . 


. 117 




tDolby, R. 


... 1870 . 


79 


12 


Doughty, P. S. 


... 1884 . 


. 115 


.. 32 


Dould, C. 


... 1897 . 


.. 151 


.. 140 


Dould, E. 


... 1892 . 


.. 134 


.. 139 


Dovaston, M, E. 


... 1871 . 


. 81 


.. 153 


Dovaston, W. D. 


... 1871 . 


81 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



187 



Dove, E. E. D. ... 
Dowtllt ix • 
Dowell, T. W. ... 
DowneSy J. R. ... 
Dowmnan, G. P. C. 
Downman, T. F. C. 
Drabble, A. S. ... 
Drabble, H. 
Draper, T. G. ... 
Draper, W. 
Draycott, A. 
Draycott, H. 
Dresser, — 
tDrew, W. 
Duck, R. H. V. ... 
Duder, A. W. ... 
Duesbury, T. J. 
Duffield, R. 
Dumas, A. J. ... 
Dumas, E. 
Dumas, £. D. ... 
Duncan, K. V. ... 
Duncan, M. H. ... 
Dunning, C. G. ... 
Dyer, H. H. 
Dykes, W. 

Eardley, — 
Eardley, J. W. ... 
Eastwood, T. V. J. 
Eaton, A. H. ... 
Eaton, J. ... 
Eaton, R. 
Eaton, T. 
Eaton, W. M. ... 
Eccleston, J. B. 
Eddowes, C. R. B. 
Eden, W. B. ... 
Edridgct C. S. ,.. 
Edridge, F. B. ... 
Edridge, H. L. ... 
Edwards, C. W. 
Edwards, G. S. ... 
Edwards, W. ... 
Edwards, W. A. 
Eking, F. C. ... 
Bldrid, V. B. de P. 
Eley, J. ... 
Eley, J. ... 

Ellis, — 

Ellison, W. G. H. 
Elwell, A. W. ... 
Blwyn, H. G. N. 
Emery, A. R. 
"f Emery, H. F. 
Endsor, H. V. ... 
Bnsor, T. D. ... 
Etches, C. 
Evans, A. H. 
Evans, C. W. ... 
Evans, H. O. C. 
Evans, J. 
Evans, M. R. 
Evans, S. 
Evans, W. P. ... 
Evans, W. S. ... 
Evans, W. T. ... 
Evans, W. W. ... 



YBAR 


PAOB 


... 1878 


... 100 


... 1885 


.. 115 


... 1885 


... 116 


... 1879 


... 102 


... 1899 


.. 158 


... 1899 . 


.. 158 


... 1899 . 


.. 158 


... 1901 


... 162 


... 1859 


.. 51 


... 1866 . 


.. 67 


... 186.. . 


.. 55 


... 186.. 


.. 55 


... 1873 . 


88 


... 1873 


.. 88 


... 1895 


.. 146 


... 1891 


.. 132 


... 1890 


... 129 


... 1859 


... 51 


... 1877 . 


96 


... 1843 


.. 32 


... 1877 . 


96 


... 1892 . 


.. 136 


... 1892 . 


.. 136 


... 1899 


.. 158 


... 1898 . 


.. 155 


... 1853 


... 43 


... 1776 


.. 19 


... 1855 


.. 46 


... 1901 . 


.. 162 


... 1895 


... 145 


... 1861 


54 


... 172.. 


.. 13 


... 172.. . 


13 


... 1860 


... 52 


... 1862 


... 56 


... 1877 


... 96 


... 1899 


.. 157 


... 1881 ] 


LOS, 178 


... 1881 


... 109 


... 1885 


.. 116 


... 1893 . 


.. 139 


... 1900 


... 160 


... 1845 


... 34 


... 1900 


... 160 


... 1881 


... 107 


... 1896 


.. 149 


... 1634 . 


2 


... 1652 


3 


... 1867 


.. 73 


... 1869 . 


.. 77 


... 1870 


.. 79 


... 1892 . 


.. 137 


... 1855 


.. 46 


... 1855 


.. 46 


... 1862 


.. 56 


... 1897 


.. 152 


... 1857 


47, 178 


... 1862 . 


.. 59 


... 1863 


... 62 


... 1875 


.. 92 


... 1846 


.. 35 


... 1863 


... 62 


... 1851 


... 40 


... 1878 


... 100 


... 1869 . 


.. 79 


... 1862 


... 59 


... 1870 


... 82 





YEAR 


PAOB 


Evatt, W. 


... 1723 . 


.. 15 


Evatt (Evalt), W. 


... 1778 . 


19 


Evered, H. G. .. 


... 1877 . 


98 


Evered, J. E. ... 


... 1877 . 


98 


Everitt, P. J. .. 


... 1897 . 


.. 152 


Every, P. 


... 1847 . 


.. 37 


Every, J. ... 


•«• ■•«•«• • 


21 


Eyre, B. S. 


... 1862 . 


59 


Eyre, L. ... 


... 1892 . 


.. 137 


Eyre, T 


... 1860 . 


.. 53 


Eyre, T. H. 


... 1862 . 


.. 59 


Farmer, J. P. .. 


... 1841 . 


.. 28 


tFamsworth, A. P. ... 1895 . 


.. 147 


Famsworth, P. H. ... 1874 . 


.. 89 


^Farquharson, E. 


B. ... 1879 . 


.. 104 


Farr, W 


... 1843 . 


32 


^Farthing f J.S. .. 


... 1861 . 


.. 55 


Fawcett, C. A. ... 


... 1867 . 


71 


Fawssett, M. R. 


... 1886 . 


.. 120 


Fenton {v. W. 


H. F. 




Jones) 


... 1863 .. 


63 


Ferguson, G. ... 


... 1846 .. 


36 


Femey hough, W. 
Field, J. P. ... 


... 1869 . 


78 


... 1877 .. 


. 97 


Finch, L. H. ... 


... 1897 .. 


. 152 


Finney, P. 


... 1883 .. 


. 112 


Finney, R. J. E. 


F. ... 1883 . 


.. 112 


Finney, T. 


... 1863 . 


60 


Fitzherbert, A.... 


... 1763 .. 


17 


Fitzherbert, J. 


• • • X 1 u* • 


13 


Fitzherbert, W. 


... 172.. . 


.. 13 


Fitzroy, F. G. A 


. ... 1886 .. 


. 119 


tFiUroy, H. 8. ... 


... 1886 .. 


. 119 


Flamsteed, J. ... 


... 1655 . 


4 


Fleming, — 


... 186.. . 


65 


Fletcher, A. W. 


... 1866 .. 


69 


Fletcher, C. W. C. ... 1866 . 


69 


Fletcher, H. 


... 171.. . 


12 


Fletcher, H. ... 


... 1837 . 


26 


tFletcher, J. M. J 


r. ... 1866 . 


. 70 


Fletcher, J. W. 


... 1834 


25, xiii 


Fletcher, J. W. 


... 1866 .. 


. 69 


Fletcher, J. W. 


... 1898 .. 


. 153 


Fletcher, S. 


... 167.. .. 


7 


Fletcher, S. 


... 1701 .. 


. 10 


Fletcher, S. 


... 174.. . 


. 15 


Fletcher, W. L. 


... 1901 . 


. 162 


Flewker, A. 


... 1842 . 


. 28 


Flewker, J. 


... 1830 .. 


27 


Flewker. W. ... 


... 1840 .. 


. 28 


Flewker, W. ... 


... 1873 .. 


. 86 


Fley, G. 


... 1844 . 


32 


tFlint, A. R. 


... 1889 .. 


. 124 


Flint, H. B. 


... 1001 .. 


. 162 


Flower, A. F. A. 


... 1882 .. 


. 110 


Flower, E. H. .. 


... 1878 . 


.. 99 


Foley, T. W. ... 
Ford, — 


.. 1851 .. 


. 41 


... 186.. .. 


60 


Ford, A. H. ... 


... 1890 . 


. 127 


Forman, A. 


... 1844 . 


.. 34 


Forman, E. 


186.. .. 


60 


Forman, F. 


... 185.. .. 


. 49 


Forman, T. 


... 1858 .. 


. 49 


Forman, T. B. ... 


... 1838 


26, 178 


Forman, T. R. ... 


... 1857 .. 


. 47 


Forman, W. 


... 1854 .. 


. 45 


tForrest, A. L. ... 


... 1868 . 


76 



188 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Forrest, H. 

Forreit, S. 

Fosbrooke, F. N. 

Foabrooke, T. H. 

Fowkee, W. 

Fowler, J. 

Fowler, W. 

Fowler, W. T. ... 

Fox, E. C. 

Fox, E. H. H. ... 

Fox, G. 

Fox, J. 

Fox, J. W. 

Fox, K. 

Fox, R. 

Fox, S. 

Fox, S. 

Fox, S. 

Frain, J. B. 

Franceys, — 

Franceys, E. (F.) 

Franceys, H. ... 

Franoeys, W. ... 

Francis, — 

Franklin, C. E. 

Franklin, F. S. H. 

Franklin, H. ... 

Franklin, W. H. 
tFrazer, A. 

Fre , J. 

Freeman, H. O. 

Freer, W. 

Fritche, A. L. ... 

Fritche. F. \V. ... 

Fritche, O. C. ... 

Fritche, G. E. ... 

Fritehley, O. R. 
tFrith, G. 

Frith, M. K. ... 

Frizell, J. B. ... 

Frizell, R. F. ... 

Frost, F. T. ... 

Frost, G. 

Frost, G. 
tFrost, P. H. ... 

Frost, R. 

Frost, W. 

Frost, W. E. ... 

Fryer, E. 

Fryer, J. P. 

Fulier, G. 

Fuller, H. 



iOad^by, E. P. ... 

Gadsby, G. 

Gadsby, H. 

Gadihy^ H. F. ... 

Gadsby, H. J. ... 

Gadsby, J. 

Gadsby, J. 

Gadsby, R. 
tGadsby, W. H. 

Gallimore, T. ... 
Wallop, E. G. ... 

Gamage, J. 
tGamble, E. C. W. 

Gamble, W. .. 



TEAK 

1868 
1864 
1879 
1877 
1775 



177.. 
1847 
1890 
1723 
1864 
1864 

■••••■ 

167.. 
1651 
168.. 
1816 
1880 
166.. 

1703 

• • • • • • 

185.. 
1900 
1871 
1895 
1891 
1867 



1886 

1855 

1853 

1844 

1842 

185.. 

1861 

1896 

1863 

1847 

1847 

1874 

1846 

1849 

1873 

1852 

1857 

1877 

186.. 

1869 

1716 

1846 



PAGE 

76 
63 

103 
97 
18 
21 
21 
19 
37 

127 

13 

63 

63 

21 

6 

3 

7 

24 

105 

5 

21 

9 

21 

48 

160 
82 

145 

133 
72 
21 

117 
46 
44 
33 
29 
48 
55 

150 
60 
36 
36 
88 
36 
38 
88 
41 
4/ 
97 
55 
76 
10 
35 



1853 .. 


44 


1849 .. 


38 


1899 .. 


. 158 


1859 .. 


50 


1873 .. 


86 


1851 .. 


40 


1895 .. 


. 145 


1895 .. 


. 145 


1855 .. 


. 45 


1868 .. 


73 


1874 .. 


90 


173.. .. 


14 


1897 .. 


. 152 


1838 .. 


27 



Gandy, C. 

Gandy, E. A. 

Gandy, E. S. 

Gandy, F. H. 

Gandy, J. H. 

Gandy, J. H. 

Gandy, J. W. 

Gandy, N. 

Gandy, T. E. 

Garbutt, H. R. 
fGarbutt, L. L. 

Gardiner, C. D. 
tGardiner, P. W. 

Gardiner, A. F. C. 

Garland, G. H. 

Garlick, A. (N.) 
harvard, C R. O. 

Gawler, H. 

Gawler, J. C. 

Geare, J. H. 
yChare, R. 

Geare, R. I. 
tGeare, W. F. 

Gell, H. N. 

Gell, J. 

Gell, W. 

Gelsthorpe, J. H. 

Genties, J. A. W. 

Gentles, T. L. ... 

George, P. W. ... 

George, H. 

Creorge, J. 

George, J. A. ... 

George, W. 

German, J. 

German, J. 

German, W. 

German, W. ... 

Gibbes, A. 

Gibbes, G. 

Gibbes, T. 

Gibson, E. P. ... 

Gibson, J. 

Gibson, R. 

Gibson, W. 

Gilbert, A. J. D. 
fOilbeH, F. M. ... 

Gilbert, H. W. 

Gilbert, J. W. ... 

Gilbert, S. H. ... 

Giles, — ... 

Gillam, W. 

Gillett, P. C. ... 

Gillett, R. 

Gillott, — 

Girardot, C. N. 

Girdleston, C. W. 

Gisbome, — 

Gisbome, £. 

Gisbome, H. P. D. 

Gisborne, R. P. 

Gleayes, P. J. M. 

Glenny, R. P. .. 

Glover, — 

Godson, A. 

Godwin, R. B. 

Godwin, T. H. 

Gol..., W. 



YEAR 
1894 

1873 
1892 
1867 
1873 
1893 
1862 
1897 
1862 
1866 
1867 
1885 
1884 
1899 
1869 



1872 
1836 
1836 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1840 



1876 
1876 
1876 
1877 
186.. 
1855 
1877 

1840 

18B6 

1870 

1871 

184.. 

1843 

1843 

1867 

1853 

1849 

1852 

1875 

1883 

1888 

1710 

187.. 

187.. 

1846 

1840 

1841 



1841 
1841 
1839 
1854 
1867 
1867 
1891 
1858 
1872 
1847 
1836 
1882 



PAGE 

143 
86 

136 
72 
86 

139 
59 

152 
59 
69 
73 

116 

113 

157 
78 
21 
83 
26 
26 
57 
56 
57 
56 
28 
21 
21 
93 
95 
95 
97 
55 
45 
97 
21 
28 
68 
80 
82 
30 
32 
31 
70 
43 
38 
42 
92 

112 

122 
10 
83 
88, 178 
36 
28 
29 
21 
29 
29 
27 
44 
73 
73 

133 
49 
86 
37 
25 

110 
21 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



189 





Y£.\R 




PAGE 




TEAR 


PAGE 


Goldie, B. 0. ... 


... 1889 


■ • ■ 


125 


Haden, J. C. ... 


... lo... 


... 24 


Qoldie, H. M. ... 


... 1889 


■ • a 


125 


Haden, R. 


. . . 184o 


... 35 


Goldie, L. D. ... 


... 1889 


• • • 


125 


Haden, R. W. ... 


... 180.. 


... 23 


Goldthorpe, D. 


... 1901 


• • • 


161 


Haden, T. 


... 1843 


... 30 


Goodale, G. P. ... 


... 1848 


37 


,178 


Hadfield, A. (;. 


... 1880 


... 106 


Goodale, W. K. 


... 1848 


• ■ ■ 


37 


fHadfi€ld, E. F. 


... 1880 


... 106 


Goodall, W. ... 


... 1853 


■ • • 


44 


Hadley, T. 


... 1570 


1 


Goodwin, A. G. 


... 1862 


• « ■ 


59 


Hadley, W. 


... 1612 


2 


Goodwin, J. 


... 1862 


• • ■ 


59 


Hall, C. A. ... 


... 1882 


... Ill 


Go(o)dwin, R. (B.) 


... 171.. 


■ a • 


11 


Hall, A. S. 


... 1881 


... 106 


Go<o)dwin, B. (R.) 


... 1761 


■ • • 


17 


Hall, F. V. 


... 1901 


... 162 


Goodwin, S. 


... 1897 


■ • • 


152 


Hall, H. 


•■■ •■•••• 


... 21 


Goodwin, W. B. 


... 1898 


• ■ ■ 


153 


Hall, J. A. 


... 1873 


... 85 


Groodwynne, T. ... 


... 1600 


• • • 


1 


Hall, J. F. ... 


... 1879 


... 103 


Gordon, D. G. ... 


... 1883 


■ • ■ 


113 


Hall, S. M. 


... 1882 


... 110 


Gordon, S. N. ... 


... 1883 


« • • 


113 


^Hallidaj/, J. W. G. 


... 1886 


... 120 


+Gough, H. W. ... 


... 1883 


• ■ • 


112 


Halton, C. 


•«• ■■««■• 


... 21 


Grould, H. E. ... 


... 1789 


• * * 


23 


Halton, E. 


... 173.. 


... 13 


Grant, F. T, H. 


... 1878 


■ • • 


101 


Halton, E. 


... 1796 


... 23 


GraTes, A. D. ... 


... 1900 


■ ■ • 


159 


Halton, J. 


... 1680 


7 


^Oraveti H. 


... 1885 


• • • 


117 


Halton, L. G. ... 


... 1777 


... 19 


Graves, H. J. ... 


... 1896 


« ■ • 


148 


Halton, T. 


... 168.. 


7 


Gray (Grey), R. ... 


165.. 


• ■ ■ 


5 


Halton, W. 


... 177.. 


... 18 


tGreatorex, W. ... 


... 1893 


• ■ • 


139 


Hambley, F. H. 


... 1898 


... 154 


Greaves, A. F. ... 


... 1861 


■ • • 


53 


"[ Hamilton, A. ... 


... 1860 


... 51 


Greaves, G. A. 


... 1849 


38, XV 


Hamilton, J. H. 


... 1862 


... 57 


Greaves, G. C. ... 


... 1889 


• • ■ 


125 


Hamilton, R. W. 


... 1860 


... 51 


Greaves, E. A. ... 


... 1858 


• • ■ 


49 


Hammond, P. G. 


... 1901 


... 161 


Greaves, E. N. ... 


... 1854 


■ • • 


45 


Hancock, T. L. 


... 1850 


... 39 


Greaves, F. L. A. 


... 1889 


• • • 


125 


Harding, G. 


... 1891 


... 130 


tGreaves, F. W. 


... 1857 


• • ■ 


47 


fHarkne»8, J. ... 


... 1860 


... 52 


^Oreavu, U. L. ... 


... 1856 


• • « 


46 


fHarkness, J. ... 


... 1872 


o4 


Greaves, J. £. ... 


... 1882 


• • ■ 


110 


tHarkness, T. ... 


... 1866 


... 68 


Greaves, T. 


... 1896 


■ • ■ 


150 


tHarkness, \V. J. 


... 1859 


... 51 


Greaves, T. L. ... 


... 1855 


* • * 


45 


Harland, E. R. 


... 1867 


... 73 


Greaves, V. R. N. 


... 1866 


• ■ « 


68 


Harper, C. P. ... 


... 1895 


... 145 


Green, G. 


... 1865 


* • • 


65 


Harper, K. P. ... 


... 1893 


... 139 


Green, P. S. ... 


... 1878 


■ * • 


100 


Harpur, — 


... 186.. 


... 53 


Green, T. 


186.. 


« ■ • 


65 


Harpur, F. 


.. 1867 


... 71 


Green, W. G. K. 


... 1886 


« • • 


119 


Harries, H. R. 


... 1894 


... 143 


Greensmith, J. 


... 1868 


• a • 


73 


Harris, T. 


... 1873 


... 87 


Greensmith, P. ... 


... 1867 


70 


,178 


Harrison, E. 


... 1848 


... 37 


Gregory, A. 


... 1850 


• • ■ 


39 


tHarrison, E. 


... 1868 


... 74 


Gregory, J. 


186. . 


• « ■ 


55 


Harrison, E. W. 


... 1864 


63 


Gregory, W. ... 


... 1844 


a • • 


34 


Harrison, F. 


... 1851 


... 41 


Gregson, G. 


... 166.. 


• • ■ 


5 


Harrison, P. W. 


... 1870 


... 80 


Gregson, R. 


... 1641 


• • • 


3 


Harrison, J. W. 


... 1845 


... O'fr 


Gregson, R. 


... 171.. 


■ • • 


11 


Harrison, J. 


... 1847 


... 36 


Gregson, R. 


• •• l.f9«« 


• ■ • 


15 


Hart, T. W. ... 


... 1894 


... 142 


Gregson, T. 


>•• ■■■••• 


... 


21 


Uartahom, R: ... 


... 1901 


... 162 


Gresley, N. M. 


... 1901 


• • • 


162 


Hartshorn, T. ... 


... 1901 


... 162 


Gresley, S. M. ... 


... 1901 


• • ■ 


162 


Harvey, C. P. 


... 1873 


... 88 


Gretton, W. ... 


... 1745 


• ■ • 


15 


Harvey, E. 


... 1869 


... 77 


Grey, — 


•■• •*•■•■ 


■ ■ > 


21 


Harvey, R. 


... 1843 


... 31 


Gribble, F. 


... 1855 


• « • 


46 


Harvey, S. 


... 1868 


... 75 


Grinling, A. J. ... 


... 1892 


• • • 


137 


Harwood, C. 


... 1836 


... 27 


Grinling, G. N. 


... 1899 


• • « 


157 


Harwood, E. B. 


... 1836 


... 27 


Grinling, J. H. 


... 1891 


... 


130 


Harwood, R. H. 


... 1898 


... 153 


"^Oroome, O. R. ... 


... 1896 


* • • 


149 


Harwood, T. ... 


... 1835 


... 25 


fGroves, C. E. ... 


... 1884 


... 


114 


Haslam, E. S. ... 


... 1895 


... 146 


Groves, F. V. ... 


... 1890 


• • • 


127 


Haslam, G. H. ... 


... 1894 


... 142 


Groves, G. A. R. 


... 1884 


• • • 


114 


Haughton, G. ... 


... 1573 


1 


Guilniant, W. ... 


... 1890 


... 


127 


tHawkridge, P. ... 
Hawley, H. S. ... 


... 1879 
... 1881 


... 104 
... 107 


Haden, C. 


... 1846 


« • • 


35 


Hayter, E. G. ... 


... 1878 


... 101 


Haden, C. T. ... 


... X lUmm 


• a • 


23 


Haywood, H. M. 


... 1868 


... 75 


Haden, F. 


lo... 


• • ■ 


24 


Haywood, H. P. 


... 1893 


... 140 


Haden, H. 


... 1804 


• • ■ 


25 


Heath, C. E. ... 


... 1888 


... 122 



190 



THfi DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Heath, G. E. ... 

Heath, W. B. ... 

Heathcote, A. ... 

Heathcote, G. ... 

Heathcqt«, C. F. 

Heathcote, E. ... 

Heathcote, F. ... 

Heathcote, F. J. 

Heathcote, G. ... 

Heathcote, S. ... 

Heathcote, T. ... 

Heathcote, W. ... 

Hedley, T. 

Hedley, T. 

Heffoni, C. 

Hefford, C. N. ... 

HefTord, G. 

Hefford, J. A. ... 

Hefford, J. N. ... 

Heidelpriem, £. 

Henchley, S. ... 

Henley, A. G. ... 

Hennett, A. C. ... 

Henry, T. 

Heushaw, J. 

Herd, J. G. M. M. 

Hewitt, A. B. ... 

Hewitt, C. E. R. 

Hewitt, H. A. ... 

Hewitt, H. R. ... 
iHewiU, J. 

Hewitt, T. 
•fHei/eoek, P. H- .■ 

Hey wood, J. P. 

Heywood, S. 

Heywood, W. H. V. 

Hickling, A. 
tHigginbotham, T. E. 

JEXlll, A.. A. ... 

Hill, A. C. 

Hill, A. T. C. ... 

Hill, E. C. 

Hill, G 

xlilli tJ . ... •• • 

Hill, J. B. B. ... 

Hill, L. W. A. ... 

Hill, R. G. 

Hill, T 

Hill, T. C. 

Hillam, F. 

Hillam, J. H. ... 

Hincbcliffe, W. N. 

Hind, T 

Hind, W. 

Hintomer, E. ... 

Hiron, J. B. 

Hives, G. H. 

Hives, J 

Hives, C. J. 

Hoare, J. 
tHobley. C. McD. 

Hob..., Is. 

Hobson, A. E. ... 
■\Hob8on, E. W. ... 

Hobson, G. L. ... 

Hobson, H. M. ... 
tHobson, J. A. ... 

Hobson, W. 



YEAR 


PAGE 


... 1899 . 


. 156 


... 1901 . 


. 161 


... 1741 . 


14 


... 1745 . 


15 


... 1888 .. 


. 123 


... 1841 . 


.. 29 


•■■ •««••■ • 


21 


... 1895 . 


.. 145 


... 1896 . 


. 148 


... 1753 . 


16 


... 173.. . 


14 


... 1745 . 


15 


... 1864 . 


64 


... 186.. . 


71 


... 1863 . 


bU 


... 1894 . 


.. 143 


... 1863 . 


.. 60 


... 1899 . 


. 156 


... 1863 . 


60 


... 1880 . 


.. 106 


... 1864 . 


. 64 


... 1860 . 


52 


... 1887 . 


. 121 


... 1771 . 


id 


... 1745 . 


It) 


... 1892 . 


. 134 


... 1891 . 


. 133 


... 1879 . 


.. 104 


... 1900 . 


. 159 


... 1881 . 


. 107 


... 1895 . 


.. 107 


... 1847 . 


36 


... 1894 . 


. 141 


... 1900 . 


. 160 


... 1901 . 


. 161 


... 1898 . 


. 154 


... 1896 . 


. 150 


... 1888 . 


. 121 


... 1898 . 


. 154 


... 1857 . 


47 


... 1887 . 


.. 120 


... 1863 . 


62 


... 1886 . 


. 119 


... 186.. . 


53 


... 1887 . 


. 121 


... 1885 . 


. 115 


... 1879 . 


.. 102 


... 1844 . 


. 32 


...1850 .. 


. 62 


... 1867 . 


71 


... 1867 . 


71 


... 1878 . 


. 99 


... 1864 .. 


. 65 


... 1864 . 


65 


... 16... . 


3 


... 1875 . 


. 92 


... 1860 . 


52 


... 1862 . 


59 


... 1873 . 


86 


... 186.. . 


53 


... 1899 .. 


. 158 


*■• ••••>• •* 


22 


... 1876 .. 


93 


... 1865 . 


.66, ix 


... 1891 . 


. 130 


... 1871 . 


81 


... 1868 .. 


76 


... 1843 .. 


. 31 



Hookey, A. H. ... 

Hodge, S. W. H. 

Hodges, A. 

Hodges, F. G. ... 

Hodges, H. T. B. 

Hodges, R. J. ... 

Hodges, W. H. ... 

Hodgkinson, — ... 

Hodgson, J. E. ... 

Holden, G. 

Holden, H. 

Holden, R. 

Holden, R. 

Holden, T. 

Holland, E. 

Holland,!. W. .. 

Holloway, J. F. 

HoUick, T. 

Holmes, H. 

Holt, J. H. 

Holmes, H. 

Homer, J. 

Hone, E. J. 

Honey, A. A. ... 

Hood, A. H. M. 

Hooker, J. H. F. 

Hooper, J. 

Hope, — ... 
tHope, B. L. 

Hope, C. ... 

Hope, C. S. 

Hope, G. L. 

Hope, G. W. ... 

Hope, H. 

Hope, J. ... 

Hope, J. ... 

Hope, R. ... 

Hope, R. ... 

Hope, R. G. 

Hope, R. J. 

Hope, W. 

Hope, W. 

HopCf rr. 

Hope, W. H. S. J. 

Home, H. R. .. 

Home, S. 

Home, W. 

Home, W. H. ... 

Horaington, J. ... 

Horsington, J. ... 

Horsingion, J. ... 

Horaleyt A. 

Horsley, C. 

Horsley, E. 

Horsley, J. 

Horsley, J. 
tHorsley, T. 

Horton, C. 

Horton, C. 

Horton, L. 

Horton^ W. 

Hose, r. E. A. ... 

Hose, H. C. 

Hoskyns, E. J. H. 

Hoskyns, R. H. 

Houghton, G. ... 

Houghton, T. ... 

Houkton, H. A. 



YBAB 


PAOK 


1895 . 


145 


1898 . 


.. 154 


1844 . 


33 


1874 . 


89 


1871 . 


81 


1844 . 


33 


1843 


32, 178 


1883 . 


.. 112 


1899 . 


. 157 


1863 . 


63 


1692 


7 


169.. 


8 


1780 . 


19 


169.. . 


8 


1861 . 


53 


1855 . 


46 


1850 . 


39 


1870 . 


79 


1714 . 


11 


186.. . 


53 


1843 . 


32 


1878 . 


. 101 


1897 . 


. 152 


186.. 


80 


1885 . 


. 116 


1876 . 


95 


186.. . 


69 


1753 . 


16 


1894 . 


. 142 


174.. . 


15 


1771 . 


18 


1864 . 


64 


1875 . 


91 


1648 . 


3 


167.. . 


6 


1745 . 


15 


1648 - 


3 


1779 . 


19 


1861 . 


55 


182.. 


25 


171.. . 


11 


1745 . 


15 


1830 . 


25 


1861 


54 


1899 


156 


1893 . 


140 


1893 . 


. 140 


1893 . 


138 


168.. . 


7 


168.. . 


7 


169.. - 


7 


1868 . 


75 


1843 . 


30 


1863 . 


51 


1851 . 


. 40 


1849 . 


38 


1868 . 


75 


1717 . 


12 


173.. . 


30 


>■•••■ 


22 


170.. 


9 


1873 .. 


88 


1869 . 


78 


1863 .. 


61 


1865 .. 


65 


1634 


3 




21 


i'892 .. 


. 137 



INDEX TO. SCHOLARS. 



191 



Houlflton, S. E. ... 

How, J. ... 

Howard, G. 6. ... 

Howar<}, G. B. ... 

How(e), H. 

How(e), J. (N.) ... 

Howell, A. 6. ... 

Howell, J. 

Howell, N. G. ... 

Howell, B. A. ... 
tHowes, R. R. R. B. 

Hoyle, W. G. ... 

Hudson, C. 

Hudson, E. 

Hudson, H. 

Hudson, J. R. ... 

Hudson, S. 

Huffman, W. ... 

Huggins, C. W. 
t Hughes, J. £. ... 

Hughes, J. L. ... 

Hughes, J. L. ... 

Hulleti, A. 

HuUefct, A. E. ... 

Hullett, B. C. ... 

Hullett, T. C. ... 

Humble t B. M. ... 

Humble, S. 

Hunt, C. ... 

Hunt, H. M. 

Hunt, J. A. 

Huntingdon, T. ... 

Hurd, J. ... 

Hurd, J. ... 

Hurt, N. A. 
tHuss, H. P. 

Hutchinson, — ... 

Hutchinson, G. .. 

Hutchinson, E. ... 
tHutchinson, E. A. 

Hutchinson, H. (J.) 

Hutchinson T. ... 

Hutchinson, T. E. M. 
tHutchinson, W. H. 
tHutchison, A. R. 

Hutchison, R. S. 

Hutton, K. L. ... 

1 IwOy riA • • ■ > ■ ■ • 

tingle, A. D. 

Innes, W. C. C. 

Innes, W. G. S. 
"^Ironmongery W. J. 

Irving, R. . . 

Trtotfiy W. 

Isherwood, R. W. 

Jackson, H. H. ... 

Jackson, J. B. ... 

Jackson, P. 

Jackson, R. 

Jackson, W. H. 
t Jackson, W. S. ... 

James, E. de C. 

James, T. 

James, W. B. ... 
t-Jardine, A. S. ... 

Jary, W. H. 

.Teflfersoii. E. 



1893 

1717 

1839 

1835 

177.. 

1775 

1900 

1764 

1899 

1896 

1887 

1884 

1843 

1843 

1849 

1857 

1854 

1844 

1844 

1890 

1867 

1897 

1864 

1859 

1858 

1858 

1876 

1879 

1895 

1832 

1870 

168.. 

1863 

1865 

1864 

1892 

1753 

1872 

1872 

1869 

186.. 

1857 

1871 

1883 

1885 

1886 

1889 

1860 
1878 
1896 
1880 
1863 
1873 
1859 
1877 

1844 
184.. 
1844 
1700 
1838 
1895 
1899 
1844 
1899 
1861 
1837 
1899 



PAGB 

140 
12 
27 
26 
19 
19 
159 
18 
158 
151 
121 
113 
30 
30 
38 
47,68 
44 
34 
34 
128 
72 
152 
64 
51 
49 
49 
93, 178 
102 
147 
110 
79 
6 
62 
65 
65 
137 
15 
84 
83 
76 
76 
47 
82 
113 
117 
117 
125 

51 
99 
150 
107 
62 
86 
49 
97 

34 

30 

34 

9 

27 

147 

157 
34 

157 
55 
26 

157 



Jefferson, H. ... 

Jenkins, G. L. K. F. 

Jenkinson, F. O. 

Jennings, F. P. ... 

Jensen, J. 

Jephson, F. 

Jerram, R. R, ... 

Jessop, C. H. ... 

Jessop, £. J. 

Jessop f S. A.. ... 

Jessop, H. J. ... 

Jessopp, F. R. ... 

Jewitt, I. H. S. ... 
tJewitt, L. F. W. 

Jobson, E. W. ... 

Jobson, G. 

Jobson, J. E. V. 

Johnson, — 

Johnson, A. 

Johnson, C. 

Johnson, C. 

Johnson, C. H. ... 

Johnson, E. S. ... 

Johnson, F. 

Johnson, G. 

Johnson, G. F. ... 

Johnson, G. H. ... 

Johnson, H. R. B. 

Johnson, J. 

Johnson, P. P. W. 

Johnson, R. 

Johnson, T. 

Johnson, T. A. ... 

Johnson J W. 

Johnson, W. 

Johnson, VV. F. ... 

Johnston, A. 

Johnston, C. 

Johnston, G. H.... 

Johnston, L. A. M. 

Johnston, R. 

Johnston, J. M. 

J ones f JL> M. 
i Jones, A. M. ... 

Jones, E. S. 

Jones, F. T. A. ... 

Jones, H. 

Jones, H. 

Jones, J. ... 

Jones, J. ... 

J ones y L» T- 

Jones, P. ... 

Jones, V. D. G. 

Jones, W. H. B. 
••Jones, W. H. F. 

Jones, W. J. ... 

Jordan, J. W. ... 
t Joseph, A. F. ... 

Jouidain, F. N. 

Jourdain, H. F. N. 
fJourdain, R. 0. 
tJousiffe, S. T. ... 

Jowett, J. A. 

Jukes, E 

Keeling, F. N. ... 
Kecne, R. 
Kendal. E. C. ... 
Kennedy, — 



YEAK 


PAGE 


... 1892 


... 134 


... 1880 


.. 106 


... 1896 


... 150 


... 1895 


... 147 


... 1896 


... 150 


... 1868 


... 76 


... 1887 


... 120 


... 1879 


... 103 


... 1873 


... 87 


... 1877 . 


97 


... 1872 


83 


... 1860 


... 52 


... 1863 


;:; ^ 


... 1861 


... 1858 


... 50 


... 1859 


50 


... 1895 


.. 145 


... 1753 


16 


... 1844 


33 


... 1850 


39 


... 1874 


... 89 


... 1844 


33 


... 1862 


.. 59 


... 1851 


... 40 


... 1865 


.. 66 


... 1863 


61 


... 1883 


... 112 


... 1899 


.. 156 


... 1840 


28 


... 1891 


... 130 


... 1879 


.. 178 


... 1847 


... 37 


... 1863 


61 


... 1843 


... 32 


... 186.. 


... 53 


... 1884 


... 114 


... 1867 


71 


... 1878 


... 100 


... 1881 


... 108 


... 1878 


.. 100 


... 1879 ] 


L03, 178 


... 1867 . 


71 


... 1872 


83 


... 1876 


94 


... 1867 


.. 71 


... 1896 


.. 150 


... 1868 . 


76 


... 1873 


86 


.. 1846 


36 


... 1868 


76 


... 1873 


85 


... 1717 


11 


... 1889 


.. 125 


... 1889 


.. 125 


... 1863 


63 


... 1880 


.. 104 


... 1870 


80 


... 1872 


82 


... 1889 


... 125 


... 1889 . 


.. 124 


... 1886 


.. 118 


... 1893 


... 140 


... 1867 


... 73 


... 1861 


... 54 


... 1899 


... 156 


... 1862 


... 57 


... 1881 


... 109 


... 1753 


... 16 



192 



THK DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 





YEAR 


PAGK 




TBAR 


PAOK 


Kenuington, A. E. 


... 1872 . 


83 


Lewis, P. W. ... 


... 1884 .. 


. 114 


Kerry, H. 


... 1862 . 


57 


Lewis, R. ... 


... 1860 . 


. 52 


Keys, W. H. ... 


... 1873 . 


86 


Lidel, M 


•■« •••■•• ■« 


22 


Kiermander, A. D. 


... 1879 . 


.. 103 


Linacre, J. 


... 1889 .. 


77 


Kiennander, C. E. 


... 1879 


.. 103 


Linacre, J. A. ... 


.. 1868 .. 


76 


Kiermander, D. W. 


... 1881 . 


.. 108 


Lindsay, D. L. ... 


... 1880 .. 


. 105 


Iv. ..iwl..., Jf. ... 


••• •••••• < 


22 


tLindsay, J. W. ... 


1866 


69 


Kilby, J 


... 1711 . 


10 


Lindsay, J. W. ... 


... 1875 .. 


92 


King, H. ... 


... 1861 . 


.. 55 


Lingard, A. 


... 1859 . 


50 


King, B. 6. ... 


... 1900 . 


.. 159 


Lingard, C. E. ... 


... 1890 .. 


. 127 


Kinnard, F. L. ... 


... 1881 . 


.. 109 


Lingard, J. £. ... 


... 1859 .. 


50 


Kirby, J. ... 


... 1862 . 


57 


Lingard, J. W. ... 


... 1890 . 


. 127 


Jxirk,, A.. ... ... 


... 1862 


57 


Lloyd, CD. ... 


... 1880 .. 


. lOS 




... 1862 . 


57 


Lloyd-Owen, — ... 


... 1890 . 


. 127 


Kirtley, E. 


... 1855 


.. 46 


Liock, H. ... 


••* •»•••■ 


22 


Kirtley, P. 


... 1855 . 


45 


Lockett, H. G. ... 


... 1850 . 


40 


fKitchen, H. J. ... 


... 1895 


.. 145 


Lockett, J. W. ... 


... 1850 . 


. 40 


Knighton, 6. F. 


... 1900 . 


.. 159 


LodLett, W. M. ... 


... 174.. . 


U 


Knighton, G. H. 


... 1869 


77 


Lomas, C. 


... 1899 . 


. 156 


Knowles, S. 


... 1845 


34 


Lomaz, H. 


... 1846 . 


36 


Kympton, J. D. 


... 1886 


.. 118 


Lomaz, L. 


... 1846 . 


36 








Longdon, A. F. 


... 1870 .. 


7^ 


Lacy, L. F. 


... 1896 


... 149 


Longdon, H. F. 


... 1871 .. 


81 


Laffan, C. V. M. C. 


... 1899 


.. 156 


LoTick, R. V. ... 


... 1886 . 


. 11^ 


Laffan, E. M. C. 


... 1898 


.. 155 


Lovick, S. 


... 1857 . 


47 


Lamb, C. E. W. 


... 1892 . 


.. 136 


Lowe, J. ... 


... 1702 .. 


9 


Lancaater, G. C. 


... 1898 


.. 155 


Lowe, J 


... 1717 . 


12 


Lancaster, S. ... 


... 1898 


... 155 


Lowe, J. ... 


... 1853 . 


45 


I^nd, W 


... 1896 


... 148 


JjQ^TWy X • ••• •>• 


■«• ••••■• • 


22 


Langdon, A. K. 


... 1884 . 


.. 114 


Lowe, T 


... 1714 . 


11 


Large, E. 


... 16... 


3 


Lownds, H. 


... 1897 . 


.. 151 


Large, H. 


... 1853 


... 43 


tLownds, L. 


... 1890 . 


.. 129 


Latham, B. J. ... 


... 186.. 


... 60 


tLunn, H. F. ... 


... 1832 . 


.. 137 


Latham, E. 


... 184.. 


28, 178 


L3mch, H. B. ... 


... 1898 . 


.. 15S 


Tiatham, G. 


... 1862 


... 56 


fLynch, H. W. ... 


... 1885 . 


.. 117 


Latham, H. 


... 1849 


... 38 


Lynch, P. J. ... 


... 1898 . 


.. 155 


Latham, J. H. ... 


... 1841 


... 28 








Latham, S. 


... 1846 


... 35 


Macham, K. 


166.. 


6 


Lathbury, — ... 


... 186.. 


... 53 


Machon, J. 


... 1845 . 


34 


Lathburj', J. ... 


... 1845 


... 35 


Machon, J. 


... 1850 . 


3& 


Laurie, A. R. ... 


... 1901 


... 161 


Macbay, E. S. ... 


... 1867 . 


72 


Laurie, D. 


... 1867 


... 70 


McCallum, P. ... 


... 1898 . 


.. 154 


Laurie, B. 


... 1866 


... 67 


fMcCallum, R. T. 


... 1894 . 


.. 145 


Laurie, R. D. ... 


... 1896 


... 148 


McCallum, S. D. 


... 1900 . 


.. 160 


LawBon, H. 


... 1870 


... 79 


McGann, W. F. ... 


... 1898 . 


38 


Lawson, S. 


... 1870 


... 79 


McGregor, F. ... 


... 1899 . 


.. 159 


tLea, J 


... 1885 


... 116 


McPhail, S. R. ... 


... 1901 . 


. 162 


Lea, W 


... 1879 


... 102 


Maddock, G. ... 


... 171.. . 


IS 


Leacroft, C. H. ... 


... 1833 


... 25 


Madge, E. E. ... 


... 1895 . 


. 147 


Leacroft, J. W. ... 


... 1834 


... 25 


tMadgc, H. 


... 1895 . 


.. 147 


Leatherdale, G. F. 


... 1872 


.. 84 


Madge, Q. 


... 1895 . 


.. 147 


Leatherdale, V. G. 


... 1872 


... 84 


Madge, R. 


... 1896 . 


.. 148 


Lee, A. ... 


... 1884 


... 114 


Major, H. 


... 1862 . 


.. 58 


Ji^6Qi Dfu •■• >•• 


... 1844 


33 


Mallam, H. E. ... 


... 1886 . 


.. 118 


Leech, C. H. T. 


... 1888 


... 122 


Maning, G. C. ... 


... 1861 . 


.. 54 


Leech, E. Y. .. 


... 1901 


... 161 


Maning, H. S. ... 


... 1861 . 


54 


Leech, S. W. ... 


... 1881 


... 107 


Maning T. P. ... 


... 1861 . 


.. 54 


Leech, T.... 


... 1852 


... 41 


Mansfieid, H. ... 


... 1869 . 


7^ 


Leeke, F 


166.. 


5 


tMansfieid, R. ... 


... 1869 . 


77 


Leeson, R. 


... 16y.. 


8 


Mansfield, W. ... 


... 1844 . 


34 


Legge, A. 


... 1872 


84 


Mapplebeck, G. H. 


... 1889 . 


. 125 


Legge. R. S. D. 


... 1890 


.. 128 


Mappy (-bby) ... 


•«• ••■••■ • 


22 


Leigh, F 


... 1854 


... 44 


Marples, J. 


... 1846 . 


35 


Leigh, T 


... 1854 


... 44 


fMarples, T. E. ... 


... 1879 . 


.. 103 


Leston, G. L. ... 


... 1893 


... 140 


Marsden, E. D. ... 


... 1896 . 


.. 148 


Leston, H. E. ... 


... 1895 


.. 147 


Marsden, H. S. ... 


... 1891 . 


.. 132 


Leston, J. A. 


... 1896 


.. 150 


Marsden, J. H. ... 


... 1863 . 


.. 61 


Levinge, T. 


... 1631 


2 


Marsden, J. H. F. 


... 1890 . 


. 128 


^Leioit, 0. A. ... 


... 188211 


.1, xviii 


Marsden, W. ... 


... 1851 . 


.. 40 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



198 







TBAR 


PAGE 


Marsden, W. ... 


... XoO.. 


. 53 


Marsden, W. H. M. 


... 1886 . 


. 119 


Manh, A. B. V. 


... 1880 . 


.. 106 


iA/arsh, C. J. R. 


... 1866 .. 


69 


Marah, H. R. ... 


... 1872 . 


84 


Manh, H. R. 


... 1885 . 


. 115 


Marsh, W. 


... 1875 . 


92 


Manhall, A. 


... 1885 . 


.. 116 


Marshall, A. M. 


• • • X9vU 


.. 160 


Marshall, G. C. ... 


... 1874 . 


.. 89 


Marshall, H. ... 


... 1881 . 


. 108 


Marshall, N. A. ... 


... 1890 . 


.. 127 


Martin, G. B. ... 


... 1889 . 


.. 125 


Martin, D. 


... 1900 . 


.. 160 


Martin, T. 


... 1863 . 


61 


Martin, W. H. ... 


. • . lo09 


.. 125 


Martin, W. N. ... 


... 1889 . 


. 125 


Mason, C. I. 


... 1877 . 


97 


Mason, E. R. M. 


... 1875 . 


91 


Mason, G. H. ... 


... 1876 . 


95 


Mason, W. 


... 1876 . 


.. 95 


Massey, E. M. ... 


... 1875 . 


92 


Massingham, A. M. 


... 1861 . 


55 




... 1861 . 


55 


Mather, — 


... 1888 . 


.. 122 


Matthew, — 


186.. 


57 


MavlCf J. R. ... 


... 1866 . 


68 


Mawson, J. S. ... 


... 1869 . 


78 


Mawsota, R. B. ... 


... 1869 . 


78 


Mawsou, T. 0. ... 


... 1869 . 


78 


May, ——" ... ... 


... leffP. . 


2 


May, B. A. 


... 1863 . 


61 


May, E. E. B. ... 


... 1891 . 


. 132 


tMay, H. J. 


... 1897 . 


. 152 


May, W 


1668 


6 


May, W. 


••• •••«•• 


22 


tMayberry, J. F. 


... 1863 . 


61 


fMayhew, R. P. ... 


... 1876 . 


94 


Mayn..., S. 


... 1760 . 


17 


Mayo, C. H. P. ... 


... 1867 . 


71 


Mayo, J. W. ... 


... 1867 . 


71 


Meakin, G. J. E. C. 


... 1875 . 


91 


Meakin, W. J. ... 


... 1890 . 


.. 127 


Medhurst, G. E. H. 


... 1898 . 


. 154 


Me 


ggs, W. H. .. 


... 1891 . 


. 131 


Me 


rior, G. 


... 1610 . 


2 


Me] 


lor, H. 


... 1650 . 


3 


Mel 


llor, P. H. ... 


... 1887 . 


.. 120 


Me] 


Ilor, R. 


166.. . 


5 


Me] 


[lor. T. 


... 1779 . 


. 179 


Mellor, W. 


161 . . 


2 


Mellor, W. 


... 1777 . 


19 


^Mellor, W. 0. ... 


1888 


. 123 


Melville, H. C. ... 


... 1899 . 


. 159 


tMerry, J. T. 


... 1895 . 


.. 147 


Meynell, P. 


... 1708 . 


9 


Meynell, G. 


••• ■••••• •■ 


22 


t Meynell, G. 


... 1887 . 


. 121 


Meynell, J. 
Middleton, H. A. 


... 1745 . 


15 


... 1843 . 


. 30 


Middleton, M. H. 


... 1862 . 


. 59 


fMidgley, H. W. 


... looc 


. Ill 


Mills, A. E. 


... loou 


. 122 


Mills, P. W. ... 


... 1860 . 


52 


Milner, J. 


... 1850 . 


39 


Montgomery, C. R. 


... 1894 .. 


. 143 


Moody, B. A. 


... 1876 . 


.. 94 


Moody. J. P. B. 


... 1874 . 


91 


Mo< 


Dn, C. R. C. ... 


... 1897 . 


. 151 





TEAR 


PAOB 


Moon, G. B. ... 


... 1894 . 


. 141 


Moore, A. S. 


... 1899 .. 


. 156 


Moore, F. H. 


... 1881 . 


. 108 


Moore, G. R. ... 


... .1876 . 


. 91 


Moore, H. 


... 1899 . 


.. 157 


Moore, H. 0. ... 


... 1875 . 


.. 92 


Moore, J. M. ... 


... 1852 . 


. 42 


Moore, W. E. ... 


... 1867 . 


73 


Morley, C. R. ... 


... 1876 . 


93 


Morley, E. H. ... 


.. 1876 . 


. 94 


Morley, J. 


■•• ■•••■• ■ 


22 


Morley, J. E. ... 


... 1864 . 


. 64 


Morley, J. P. ... 


... 1878 . 


98 


•f Morley, T. V. ... 


... 1878 . 


98 


Morley, W. 


... lyr.. 


30 


Morley, W. 
Morlidgc, A. 


... 1849 . 


38 


■*■ •••••• • 


.. 22 


Morlidge, H. 


... 1696 . 


8 


Morris, C. 


... 1884 . 


.. 113 


Morris, J. 


... 1883 . 


.. 112 


Morris, N. M. ... 


... 1901 . 


.. 161 


Morris, W. 


... 1655 . 


4 


Mortlock, C. P. ... 


... 1861 . 


.. 54 


Morton, E. S. L. 


... 1887 . 


.. 121 


Morton, H. C. ... 


... 1886 . 


.. 119 


Mosley, G. H. ... 


... 1868 . 


75 


M088f 


... 1881 ". 


.. 109 


Mosse, L. T. ... 


... 1885 . 


. 116 


Mousley, C. 


... 1838 . 


.. 27 


Moiisley, P. 


... 1838 . 


27 


Mozby, — 


... 186.. . 


60 


Mozley, A. 


... 1830 . 


25 


tMozley, A. D. ... 


... 1855 . 


.. 46 


i Mosley f F. W. ... 


... 1853 . 


. 43 


Mozley, H. N. ... 


... 1845 . 


34 


Mozley, H. W. ... 


... 1849 . 


. 38 


Mozley, J. R. ... 


... 1847 . 


37 


fMuddiman, A. B. 


... 1895 . 


.. 145 


MugUston, A. J. 


... 1890 . 


.. 127 


Mugliston, H. ... 


... 1884 . 


.. 114 


MugUston, H. ... 


... 1890 . 


.. 127 


Mugliston, W. L. 


... IR87 . 


.. 120 


Mundy, E. 
Murphy, J. B. ... 


167.. . 


7 


... 1899 . 


. 159 


Murphy, J. E. ... 


... 1848 . 


.. 37 


Murphy, 0. B. ... 


... 1864 . 


.. 64 


Muscroft, J. \V. 


... 1850 . 


39 


Musson, £. P. ... 


... 1871 . 


.. 81 


Naylor, A. 


... 1895 . 


.. 146 


Neale, A. 


... 1871 . 


82 


Need, G 


... 1844 . 


33 


fNeedham, E. L. 


... 1863 . 


63 


Nevill, W. (or A.) 


•a* •••«•• • 


. 22 


Neville-Cox, A. ... 


... 1896 . 


. 150 


Newbold, C. 


... 1854 . 


44 


Newbold, E. W. 


... 1891 . 


.. 133 


tNewbold. H. ... 


... 1878 .. 


98 


Newbold, T. ... 


... 1852 . 


42 


Newbold, T. C. ... 


... 1890 . 


. 128 


Newbold, T. W. 


... 1861 . 


. 54 


Newbould, M. ... 


... 1899 . 


. 157 


Newton, C. T. ... 


... 1862 . 


. 59 


Newton, H. 


... 1891 . 


. 132 


Newton, H. W. ... 


... 1873 . 


. 87 


Newton, I. 


... 1864 . 


.. 64 


Newton, M. B. ... 


... 1898 . 


. 154 


Newton, R. 


... 1891 . 


.. 132 


Newton, W. H. ... 


... 1873 . 


87 



194 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Nicholflon, C. H. 
Nicholson, J. ... 
Nicholson, J. H. 
NicholBon, T. ... 
Nickiflsou, J. L. 
Noble, A. H. ... 
Norris, H. P. ... 
Norris-Elye, L. T. S. 
NorriBon, T. 
Norton, C. H. ... 
Norton, B. B. ... 
Norton, E. S. .. 
Norton; G. 
Norton, J. 
Norton, S. 
Noton, E. 
Noton, J. 
Nourse, W. H. ... 
Nutt, A. ... 
Nutt, A. V. 
Nutt, J. N. 
Nuttall, W. J. 



O'Connor, D. . 

Oding, F. B. . 

Offiler, F. R. . 

Offiler, H. C. . 

Ocrden, F. S. . 

Oldham, C. E. . 

Oldham, G. H. . 

Oldham, G. W. N 

Oldham, H. 

Oldham, J. 

Oldham, J. J. .. 

Oldham, T. 
f Oldham, W. P. .. 

Oliver, C. E. .. 

Oliver, J. 

Oliver, J. 

Oliver, W. 

OUard, F. 

Orde, L. S. H. C 

Orme, E. ... 

Orme, E. S. 

Orme, J. H. 

Orme, J. W. 

Orme, R. ... 

Orme, W. 

Orton, C. A. 
tOrton, E. F. 
tOrton, H. B. 

Orton, P. E. 
tOrton, S. B. 

Osbom, F. 

Osbom, G. 

Osborne, A. F. 

Osborne, J. E. H 

Oabome, R. S. 

Osmaston, C. 

Oswald, A. H. H 

Ottewell, — 

Ottewell, D. 

Owen, J. M. 
tOwen, P. D. 

Owsley, J. 

Owsley, T. 

Paget, — . . . 
Paisseau, E. 



YEAR 

1879 
1870 
1879 
1870 
1872 
1898 
1854 
1895 
1844 
1844 
1875 
1875 
1853 
1847 
1843 
1723 
1712 
1875 
1899 
1899 
1879 
1858 

1867 

1867 

1901 

1901 

1901 

1860 

1854 

1886 

1863 

1859 

1867 

1860 

1850 

1869 

1868. 

1875 

1863 

1862 

1881 

1872 

1898 

1863 

1874 

1863 

1777 

1889 

1888 

1891 

1891 

1891 

170.. 

170.. 

1893 

1887 

1888 

1847 

1901 

186.. 

1899 

1862 

1889 

1659 

1659 

186.. 
1887 



PAGE 
102 

79 

102 

79 

82 

154 

44 

145 

34 

33 

91 

91 

44 

37 

31 

13 

10 

92 

157 

157 

102 

50 

73 
71 
162 
162 
162 
52 
44 
119 
62 
51 
72 
52 
40, XV 
77 
75 
92 
62 
56 
107 
83 
154. 161 
63 
90 
62 
19 
126 
123 
131 
133 
133 
9 
9 
139 
120 
123 
36 
161 
65 
157 
56 
124 
4 
4 

53 
121 



Palmer, C. J. ... 
^Palmer, C. J 

Palmer, W. H 

Palmer, W. W. 

Panderson, — , 

Pares, W. T 

Parez, G. 

Parez, L. A. 

Parez, W. T 

Parish, O. C 

Parker, A. C. H. 
tParker, C. W 

Parker, D. 

Parker, P. P 

Parker, G. N 

Parker, H 

Parker, J. 

Parker, J. 

Parker, J. 

Parker, T. 

Parker, T. 

Parker, W 

Parkin, A. H 

Parkin, J. 

Parkins, J 

Parkinson, J. A. 

Parrumore, W 

Part, J. H 

Part, J. S 

t Partridge, A. C. 

Paschal, G 

Pashler, — 

tPatchell, C. W. 

Paterscm, R. W. B. ... 

Paxelaye, — 

Pazelaye, I 

Payne, J. 

Payne, S. 

Payne, W. J 

Peach, G. W 

Peach, H. 

Peach, H. E. 

Peach, J. 

Peach, W. 

Peach, W. J. Stevenson- 
Peacock, A. D. ... 
\ Peacock, C. E 

Peacock, J 

Pearman, A. V. 

Pearce, B. L 

Pearson, E 

Pegg, G. S 

Penny, H. 

Penny, W 

Persse, J. D 

Petley, H. 

Philipps, A 

Philipps, A. M 

Philipps, E. B 

Philipps, W. L 

Phillpot, W. E 

Physick, J. S 

Pick(ering), J 

Pickering, W 

Pickthall, R. J. 

Piddocke, J. L. ... 

Piddocke, T. E. 



IS411 


PAOB 


1874 


... 90 


1896 


... 150 


1875 


93 


1896 


... 150 


1710 


10 


1897 


... 152 


1892 


... 135 


1892 


... 135 


1892 


... 155 


1870 


79 


1891 


131 


1867 


... 72 


1660 


5 


1896 


... 148 


1867 


. . 70 


1852 


... 41 


1704 


9 


1704 


9 


1854 


... 45 


1680 


7 


1874 


. . 90 


1854 


46 


1880 


... 104 


1893 


... 139 


1860 


... 52 


1867 


... 73 


170.. 


9 


1854 


... 44 


1879 


.. 104 


1877 


.. 96 


1895 


... 146 


1753 


.. 15 


186.. 


65 


1874 


89 


1899 


158 


1696 


8 


1655 


4 


1860 


52 


1860 


52 


1890 


... 129 


1862 


... 59 


1892 


... 135 


1867 


... 73 


1863 


.. 63 


180.. 


23 


1887 


... 70 


1897 


152 


1892 


... 135 


1893 


140 


1895 


. . 146 


1882 


.. Ill 


1858 


48 


1866 


. 68 


1864 


... 64 


186A 


... 64 


1888 


... 121 


1883 


... 113 


1718 


12 


1877 


98 


1877 


98 


1877 


... 98 


1879 


. 102 


1895 


... 147 


1717 


.. 12 


1717 


... 12 


1888 


... 121 


1862 


... 56 


1862 


... 56 


188.. 


... 53 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



195 



Pike, A. K. 

Pike, E. C. 

Pilgrim, C. A. 

Pinder, G. 

Pipes, J. F. 

-tPitt, A. T. 

tPlace, J. ... 

Pogmore, R. 

Poppleton, E. 

Poppleton, F. 

Potter, C. 

Potter, C. H. 

Potter, C. W. H. 

Potter, J. 

Potter, J. C. 

Potter, J. S. 

Potter, M. 

Potter, S. P. 

Potter, T. 

Potter, W. B. 

Pountain, J. T. 
tPowell, C. 

Pratt, T. ... 

Presbury, H. 

Prime, — 

PrinoB, — 

Punres, R. D. 
\Purve9, W. A. 

Pym, G. ... 

Pym, J. ... 

Pymme, J. 

Quant, J. C. 

Radford, A. 

Radford, A. 

Radford, A. W. 

Radford, E. 

Radford, H. 

Radford, H. 

Radford, H. 

Radford, J. 

Radford, J. 

Radford, S. 

Radford, S. R. 

Radford, T. 

Radford, T. 

RandaU, W. H. 

Ratdiff, H. A. 

Ratdiff, J. 

Ratdiff, R. 

Ratdiff, T. 

Ravensdale, H. 

Rawlins, G. 

Rawlins, F. 

Rayner, H. 

Redfem, H. 

Redfem, H. J. 
^ Regan, C. T. 
+Revill, A. G. 
tRice, C. E. 

Rice, 0. E. 

Rice, P. G. 

Rice, H. N. E. 

Rice, H. T. 

Rice, B. G. 

Richardson, A. E 

Richardson, J 
tRichardson, J. H 





TRAR 


PAGE 




.. 1851 . 


. 41 


• • 


.. 1851 . 


.. 41 




.. 1881 . 


.. 109 


• • • ■ 


.. 1883 . 


.. 112 


• • • 


.. 1852 . 


42 




.. 1879 .. 


. 104 




.. 1872 . 


85 




.. 1899 . 


.. 153 




.. 1847 . 


36 




.. 184.. . 


.. 30 




.. 1871 . 


.. 82 




.. 1894 . 


. 142 


H.' 


.. 1878 . 


. 99 


• • • • 


.. 1878 . 


.. 100 




.. 1875 . 


.. 93 




.. 1894 . 


. 142 




.. 1871 . 


81 




.. 1871 . 


82 


• • • ■ 


.. 1846 . 


35 


• • • 


.. 1880 . 


.. 104 


« ■ • ■ 


.. 1852 . 


42 




.. 1885 . 


.. 117 


• « ■ ■ 


.. 1777 . 


19 


• • « " 


.. 1843 . 


30 


• • • • 


•■ ••■«•« 


22 




.. 186.. . 


57 




.. 1880 . 


.. 106 




.. 1879 . 


.. 103 


• ■ • 


.. 1891 . 


.. 131 


• • • ■ 


.. 1850 . 


.. 39 


• • • 


.. 1658 . 


4 


... 


.. 1859 . 


.. 51 




.. 1790 . 


. 19 




.. 181.. . 


.. 24 




.. 1841 . 


.. 29 


■ • ■ • 


.. 1797 . 


.. 23 




.. 179.. . 


23 




.. 1849 . 


38 




.. 1864 . 


. 64 




.. 179.. . 


.. 20 




.. 1849 . 


38 




.. 1706 . 


9 




.. 1791 . 


.. 20 




.. 1796 . 


23 




.. 1851 . 


.. 40 




.. 1884 . 


.. 114 




.. 1891 . 


. 133 




.. 1867 . 


. 72 




.. 1843 . 


31 




.. 1868 . 


74 


■ • a ■ 


.. 1891 . 


.. 131 




.. 1860 . 


52 




.. 1860 . 


52 




.. 183.. . 


25 




.. 1869 . 


.. 78 


• • • • 


.. 1869 . 


78 




.. 1891 . 


. 132 




.. 1891 . 


. 132 


• ■ • • 


.. 1880 . 


. 105 


• • • • 


.. 1894 . 


. 144 




.. 1894 . 


.. 144 




.. 1893 . 


. 138 




.. 1863 . 


62 




.. 1898 . 


. 154 


e". 


.. 1872 . 


. 83 


• ■ • • 


.. 1872 . 


. 83 


H. 


.. 1892 . 


.. 136 



Richardson, J. S. 

Richard8(on), R. 

Richardson, R. H. 

Richardson, W. ... 

Richardson, W. 

Richardson, W. E. 

Richardson, W. F. 

Rick, T. ... 

Rickard. A. 
tRickard, D. 

Rickard, E. D. ... 

Rickard, G. 

Rickard, G. B. ... 

Rickard, H. 

Rickard, H. P. ... 

Rickard, H. W. ... 

Rickard, P. 

Rickards, F. C. V. 

Rickards, M. ... 

Ricketts, J. 

Ricketts, W. ... 

Rippon, V. A. ... 

Ritche, H. 

Ritche, W. 

Ritche, J. 

Roberts, T. 

Roberts, W. 

Robertson, A. L. 

Robertson, J. H. M. 

Robins, A. S. ... 

Robins, G. N. ..■ 

Robins, J. G. ... 

Robinson, B. 

Robothani, W. B. 

Roe, C. F. 
t-Roe, C. H. 

Roe, G. ... 

Roe, R. 

Roe, R. A. 

Roe, R. and C. ... 

ivoe , A. ••• ... 

Roe, W. C. 

Rogers, F. H. E. 

Rogers, G. W. B. 

Rogers, R' C*. ... 

Rogers, W. G. ... 

Rome, W. 

Roos (Rous), R. ... 

Rooth. G. A. 

Roper, — 

Ross, E. P. 

Rossell, E. G. ... 

Roth, F. P. R. ... 
tRowbottom, J. P. 

Rowe, S. Li. 

Rowe, W. 

Rowland, G. W. 

Rowland, R. W. 

Rowley, J. L. ... 

Rowley, J. R. 0. 

Rowley (tert.) ... 
tRoxbnrgh, W. J. 

Roxby, E. W. ... 

Roy(le), T. 

Royston, C. 

Royston, J. 

Royston, J. 

Budland, R. 

Rudman, T. I. ... 



YRAR 


PAOK 


1877 .. 


96 


165.. . 


4 


1892 .. 


. 136 


16... . 


4 




22 


1899 .. 


. 158 


1894 . 


. 144 


1843 . 


32 


1875 . 


92 


1868 . 


.. 74 


1896 1' 


48. 162 


1877 . 


.. 98 


1897 . 


. 152 


1875 . 


90 


1899 . 


. 158 


1897 . 


. 153 


1868 . 


. 74 


1884 .. 


. 114 


1874 . 


89 


1863 . 


62 


1865 . 


65 


1878 . 


99 


17... . 


22 


17... . 


22 


1856 . 


46 


1700 . 


9 


1700 . 


9 


1896 . 


.. 149 


1897 . 


. 153 


1891 . 


. 132 


1869 . 


77 


1887 . 


. 121 


167.. . 


6 


1873 . 


88 


1852 . 


42 


1878 . 


. 100 




22 




22 


1898 ." 


. 155 




22 


iVoi . 


9 


1898 . 


. 155 


1886 . 


. 118 


1888 .. 


. 122 


1888 . 


. 122 


1886 . 


. 118 




. 22 


171.". '. 


12 


1857 . 


47 


1641 . 


3 


1885 . 


. 116 


1867 . 


70 


1892 . 


. 136 


1869 . 


78 


1901 . 


. 162 


1846 . 


35 


1896 . 


. 148 


1893 . 


. 140 


1874 . 


89 


1874 . 


89 


1874 . 


89 


1880 . 


. 107 


1863 . 


63 


1704 . 


9 


1846 . 


35 


1843 . 


31 


1844 . 


34 


1867 . 


72 


1878 . 


99 



196 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REOI8TER. 





TEAK 


PAGE 




TEAB 


PAGE 


Rushforth, W. N. 


... 1882 .. 


. 110 


Shurlock, P. W. 


... 1900 .. 


. 160 


Russell, E. 


... 1900 .. 


. 159 


tSiddaU, T. M. ... 


... 1862 . 


55. 


tRussell, P. C. ... 


... 1895 .. 


. 145 


Sidley, J. 


... 1873 . 


8S 


tRussell, H. 


... 1897 . 


. 151 


tSiUs, T. B. 


... 1894 .. 


. 143. 


Russell, L. 


... 1874 . 


. 90 


Simmonds, D. G. E. 


... 1894 .. 


. 143 


Russell, B. 


... 1892 . 


. 135 


Simpkin. P. A. ... 


... 1875 .. 


91 


Ryde, G. W. ... 


... 1866 . 


. 69 


Simpson, C. 


... 1792 . 


20- 


Rynd, P. P. ... 


... 1892 . 


. 137 


Simpson, C. W. P. 


... 1901 .. 


. 161 


tRynd, Q 


... 1883 . 


. 112 


Simpson, K. 


... 1847 .. 


37 


Rynd, R. P. 


... 1892 .. 


. 137 


Simpson, P. W. 


... 1846 .. 


35. 








iSimprmi. F. W. 


... 1872 .. 


85 


Sacheverell, R. ... 


... 167.. . 


6 


Simpson, G. 


... 1846 . 


.. 35- 


tSale, G. W. 


... 1897 . 


. 153 


Simpson, G. A. B. 


... 1874 .. 


. 89- 


Salt, C. R. 


... 1896 .. 


. 148 


Simpson, H. B. ... 


... 1841 .. 


. 28 


Samwell, M. 


... 1876 .. 


. 94 


Simpson, J. 


... 1775 .. 


18: 


Sandars, C. 


... 1853 . 


. 43 


Simpson, J. 


... 1811 .. 


24 


Sandars, J. 


... 1843 . 


. 31 


Simpson, J. J. ... 


... 1841 .. 


. 28 


Sandars, J. 


... 182.. . 


25 


Simpson, L. K. ... 


... 1892 .. 


. 136 


Sandars, T. 


... 1620 . 


2 


Simpson, L. L. ... 


... 1857 .. 


. 48 


Sanderson, P. ... 


... 1861 . 


54 


Simpson, R. 


... loOo 


23. 


Sant, E. ... 


... 1872 .. 


. 83 


Simpson, W. 


... 1852 .. 


42- 


Sanb, J. ... 


... 1842 .. 


31 


Sims, E. B. 


... 1868 .. 


74 


Saunders, G. P. ... 


... 1900 . 


. 160 


Sims, J. W. ... 


... 1868 .. 


74 


Saunders, L. G. 


... 1900 . 


. 160 


Sinclair, J. 


... 1847 . 


37 


Savi, T 


... 1890 . 


.. 130 


Sinclair, Jl- H. ... 


... 1873 .. 


85. 


Savile, P 


... 1662 . 


5 


Sitwell, G. 


... 1610 .. 


2 


Savill(ile), — ... 


... 1696 . 


8 


Sitwell, H. W. ... 


loU.. 


25 


tSaver, A. G. W. 
Schobel, T. 


... 1884 . 


. 115 


Sitwell, R. S. W. 


XoU. . 


. 23 


... 1661 


5.179 


Skertchley^ W. ... 
Skinner. F. 


... 1895 


. 147 


t Scott, A. A. 


... 1872 . 


83 


... 1864 .. 


64 


Scott, P. W. M. 


... 1872 . 


83 


Slack, R 


... 1853 . 


.. 43. 


Scott, W. N. ... 


... 1874 . 


90 


Slater, J. H. ... 


... 1892 .. 


. 137 


Sculthorpe, A. C. 


... 1883 . 


. Ill 


Slater, W. 


... 1892 . 


. 137 


Seulthorpef H. L. F. 


... 1877 . 


98 


Sleigh, G. 


... 1875 . 


. 93^ 


Seale, J. ... ,... 


... 171.. . 


11 


Sleigh, U. 


... 1868 . 


. 76 


Seale, J. B. 


... 176.. . 


18 


Sleigh, R. 


... 1868 . 


. 76 


Seddon, R. N. ... 


... 1881 . 


.. 110 


Slinn, A 


... 1853 . 


. 62 


Seddon, T. Y. ... 


... 1879 . 


.. 102 


Small wood, W. J. 


... 1851 . 


41 


tSedgwick, H. ... 


lo93 


. 138 


Smart, A. L. 


... 1900 . 


. 159 


■j-Sergeant, P. 


... 1881 . 


. 107 


Smedley. A. E. ... 


... 1873 . 


. 86 


Severne, H. 


... 1839 . 


27 


Smedley, D. A. ... 


... 1900 . 


.. 160 


Seveme, W. 


... 1843 . 


32 


Smedley, E. A. ... 


... 1870 . 


.. 80* 


Sewell, E. 


... 1851 . 


40 


Smedley, J. 


... 1843 , 


50, 179 


tShand, P. B. B. ... 


... 1893 . 


.. 140 


Smedley. J. 


... 1854 .. 


44 


Shannon, G. S. ... 


... 1901 . 


. 162 


Smith, — 


... 1876 . 


95. 


Sharp, J. E. 


... 1896 . 


. 149 


Smith, A. 


... 1857 . 


.. 48 


tSharpe, H. B. ... 


... 1869 . 


77 


Smith, A. 


... 1861 . 


55 


"[Sharpe, J. W. ... 


... 1866 . 


67 


Smith, A. P. ... 


... 1856 4 


^7, xvii 


Shaw, — ... 


... 1724 . 


13 


Smith, C. 


:.. 1732 . 


14 


Shaw, — 


•■• ■■•■■> « 


22 


Smith, C. F. S. ... 


... 1840 . 


. 28 


Shaw, A. H. 


... 1877 . 


97 


Smith, C. G. 


... 1886 . 


. 118 


Shaw, P 


... 1836 . 


26 


Smith, G. M. ... 


... 1851 . 


41 


Shaw, F 


... 184.. . 


29 


Smith, E. B. ... 


... 1868 . 


73 


•fShaw, G. T. 


... 1894 . 


. 142 


Smith, P. G. ... 


... 1890 . 


.. 130 


Shaw, J 


... 1848 . 


38 


Smith, P. H. ... 


... 1852 . 


41 


Shaw, T 


... 183.. . 


26 


Smith, P. H. ... 


... 1895 . 


. 146^ 


Shaw, T 


... 1846 . 


36 


Smith, F. N. ... 


... 1898 . 


. 155 


Sheldon, P. 


... 1863 . 


62 


Smith, G. W. ... 


... 1857 . 


. 48. 


Sheldon, W. G. ... 


... 1874 . 


89 


Smith, H. 


... 1856 . 


.. 47 


Shenton, G. E. ... 


... 1899 . 


. 158 


Smith, H. 


... 1858 . 


. 48 


Shepherd, J. H. 


... 1888 . 


. 122 


Smith, H. 


... 1879 . 


.. 103 


Sher..., W. 


■■• •■•••• > 


22 


Smith, H. D. ... 


... 1857 . 


48 


Sherwin, G. 


... 1889 . 


. 126 


Smith, H. E. ... 


... 1886 .. 


. 118 


Shcrwin, J. 


... 1883 . 


. 112 


Smith, J. ... 


«■■ •••••• • 


22: 


Shields, J. 


... 1895 . 


. 147 


Smith, J. 


... 1857 . 


.. 48 


Shillitto. J. 


... 1849 . 


38 


Smith, J. A. 


... 1890 . 


.. 127 


Shir..., T. 


... 1712 .. 


10 


Smith, J. A. ... 


... 1897 . 


.. 153 


Shirley, T. 


•«• ■«•■■« ■ 


22 


tSmith, J. C. ... 


... 1889 . 


.. 126 


Shurlock, A. G. ... 


... 1901 . 


. 161 


Smith, J. H. ... 


... 1866 . 


6d 



INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



197 



Smith, J. H. ... 

Smith, J. H. ... 

Smith, J. R. ... 

Smith, J. S. ... 

Smith, L. A. B. ... 

Smith, O. D. ... 

Smith, R. 

Smith, R. A. ... 

Smith, R.J. E. ... 

Smith, S. A. ... 

Smith, S. J. ... 

Smith, T. 

Smith, T. 

Smith, T. A. ... 

Smith, T. H. ... 

Smith, W. 

Smith, W. 

Smith, W. 

Smith, W. 

Smith, W. 

Smith, W. A. ... 

Smith, W. P. ... 

Smith, W. M. ... 

Smyth, J. 

Snook, J. B. 

Snow, 0. ... 
'fSrunoden, C E. 

Snowden, F. H. 

Solter, T 

Somerset, V. H. P. 

Sorby, E. 

Soreaby, C. H. ... 

Southern, A. G. H. 

Sowter, G. 

Sowter, G. S. ... 

Sowter, G. V. ... 

Sowter, J. 

Sowter, L. H. ... 

Sowter, T. H. ... 

Sowter, U. 

Sowter, IT. H. E. 

Sowter, W. P. ... 

Sparkes, P. W. ... 

Sparkes, J. H. ... 

Sparshott, M. McL. 

Spateman, S. ... 

Spateman, S. ... 

Speight, H. 

Speight, T. 

Spencer, H. 

Spencer, S. 

Spencer, W. T. ... 

Spreckley, J. A. 

Spreckley, W. H. E. 

Squire, L. Y. ... 
tStaley, J. A. ... 

Stamford, T. ... 

Standen, P. 

Staniforth, W. ... 
tSUrr, H. E. ... 

Statham, E. H. 

Statham, R. 

Statiiam, R. P. 

Statham, S. A. ... 

Statham W. ... 

Steere, R. 

Steer, R. 

Stenson, T. 

Stenton, R. 



TBAJt 


PAGE 


1869 


... 76 


1883 


... 141 


1761 


... 17 


1856 


... 47 


1899 


... 158 


1863 


... 62 


1848 


... 37 


1886 


... 118 


1895 


... 145 


1861 


... 55 


1890 


... 130 


1848 


... 37 


1857 


... 48 


1857 


... 48 


1850 


... 39 




... 22 


1847 


... 36 


1847 


... 37 


1857 


... 48 


1873 


... 87 


1897 


... 153 


1867 


... 73 


1869 


... 77 


157.. 


1 


1874 


... 90 


1884 


... 114 


1874 


... 88 


1875 


... 91 


1650 


3 


1899 


... 159 


1893 


... 138 


1869 


... 77 


1892 


... 137 


1845 


... 35 


1889 


... 126 


1896 


... 150 


1853 


... 43 


1893 


138, 179 


1844 


... 33 


1852 


... 41 


1901 


... 162 


1891 


... 132 


1893 


... 138 


1895 


... 145 


1894 


... 143 


167.. 


6 


169.. 


8 


1883 


... 112 


1883 


... 112 


1634 


2 


1870 


... 80 


1881 


... 109 


1878 


... 99 


1871 


... 81 


1894 


... 143 


1887 


... 121 


1724 


... 13 


1866 


... 68 


165.. 


4.179 


1885 


... 117 


1897 


... 153 


1668 


6 


1894 


... 144 


1897 


... 153 


1668 


6 


16... 


3 


1847 


... 37 


1868 


... 74 


1894 


... 142 



Stephen, J. S. ... 

Stephen. W. H. G. 

Stephenson, W. 

Stevens, C. H. P. 

Stevens, H. E. .. 

Stevens, J. 

Stevens, P. P. .., 

Stevens, W. 

Stevenson, C. 

Stevenson, P. 

Stevenson, H. H. 

Stevenson, J. J. 

Stevenson, R. W. 

Stevenson, W. ... 

Stewart. P. 

StUlingfleet, C. H. 
fStock, W. 

Stokes, — 

Stohett H. W. ... 

Stokes, J. 

Stokes, M. 

Stokes, P. E. ... 
tStoUard, J. S. ... 

Stone, A. 

Stone, H. 

Stone, R. 

Stones, P. D. ... 

Stones, G. C. ... 

Stones, R. Y. ... 
tStorey, H. L. ... 

Stower, J. W. ... 

Stranaek, C. L. 

Street, J. V. ... 

Stretton, W.L. ... 

Stretton, J. 

Strickland, G. W. 

Strickland, H. ... 

Strickland, N. H. 

Strohmeyer, L. C. 

Strover, P. R. ... 

Strutt, J. 
tStuart, H. S. D. 

Stuart, R. G. K. 

Stubber, S. 
tStubbs, P. 

Sutcliffe, H. W. 
tSutherland, G. H. V. 

Swaffield, C. L. ... 

Swallow, J. C. ... 

Swann, H. 

Swann, S. 
tSwarbrick, A. ... 

Swarbrick, E. ... 

Swetenham, G. A. 

Swetenham, G. C. 

Swetnam, T. 

Swindell, P. 

Swindell, J. 

Swindell, T. 

Swindell, W. 

Swingler, H. 

Swinson, E. S. 

Sybray, C. 

Sytwell, G. 

Tabberer, G. 
tTacchella, C. P 



T^AJl 

1875 

1875 

1862 

1880 

1881 

1846 

1880 

1849 

1858 

1852 

1849 

1863 

1862 

1852 

1880 

1886 

1881 

186.. 

1867 

186.. 

1888 

1869 

1870 

1896 

1892 

1894 

1890 

1890 

1892 

1865 

1896 

1894 

1868 

1880 

1891 

1875 

1875 

1875 

1880 

1851 

1776 

1884 

1885 

1655 

1867 

1877 

1886 

1901 

1899 

1873 

1873 

1862 

186.. 

1880 

1880 

1652 

1871 

1868 

1874 

1874 

1870 

1885 

1844 

1582 

1843 
1893 



PAGB 

92 
93 
56 
105 
108 
35 
105 
38 
50 
42 
38 
62 
58 
42 
106 
118 
109 
58 
72 
79 
122 
79 
79 
149 
136 
143 
128 
128 
135 
66,179 
150 
144 
75 
104 
132 
92 
92 
92 
105 
40 
19 
115 
116 
4 
70 
97 
118 
163 
156 
87 
87 
58 
. 58 
105 
105 
3 
81 
74 
89 
89 
79 
116 
34 
1 

30 
138 



198 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER 



Talbot, J. £. L. 

Ta...ne, W. 

Tasker, R. B. ... 

Taaker, W. B. G. 
fTatam, W. J. ... 

Tatham, (r. Statham) 

Taylor, — 

Taylor, A. R. ... 

Taylor, C. B. ... 

Taylor, C. M. ... 

Taylor, C. W. G. 

Taylor, E. E. ... 

Taylor, F. G. ... 

Taylor, P. P. ... 

Taylor, G. 

Taylor, G. R. G. 

Taylor, G. W. ... 

Taylor (Miss), H. L. 

Taylor, J. E. ... 

Taylor, J. G. ... 

Taylor, J. W. ... 

Taylor, O. 
^Taylor t P. W. ... 

Taylor, S. 

Taylor, T. E. ... 
tTaylor, W. W. ... 

Terry, C. E. ... 
tTerry, E. 

Terry, W. Q. ... 

Thacker, A. 

Thirlby, S. L. ... 

Thomasson, H. ... 

Thompson, G. ... 

Thompson, C. H. 
tThompson, E. P. P. 

Thompson, J. W. 

Thompson, S. ... 

Thompson, S. ... 

Thompson, W. O. 

Thomson, A. 

Thomhill, B. ... 

Thomhill, B. ... 

Thorp, G. 

Tick{n)all, N. E. 

Tijon, C. K. 

Tijon, R. A. 

Tinkler, C. K. B. 

Tindall, G. A. ... 

Tindall, J. E. ... 

Todd, C. F. 

Todd, W. R. ... 

Toft, H. H. 

Tomlinson, D. ... 
fTomlinson, J. F. 

Tomlinson, N. ... 
tToms, H. W. ... 

Tonge, A. W. ... 

Towle, B. 
tTownaend, T. H. D. 

Townsend, W. ... 

Trask, J. 

Travis, H. 

Tripp, D. O. ... 

Tripp, G. C. ... 

Tripp, G. H. ... 

Tripp, H. B. ... 

Trowpll, J. 



YEAR 


PAGB 


... 1900 . 


. 160 


... 16... . 


22 


... 1879 . 


90 


... 1874 . 


90 


... 1863 . 


60 


... 1668 . 


6 


... 1871 . 




... 1896 . 


". 151 


... 1892 . 


. 137 


... 1859 . 


. 1&1 


... 1892 . 


. 136 


... 1865 . 


65 


... 1887 . 


. 121 


... 1882 . 


. Ill 


... 1894 . 


. 143 


... 1877 . 


. 97 


... 1865 . 


65 


... 1858 . 


50 


... 1880 . 


. 104 


... 1876 . 


95 


... 1877 .. 


97 


... 1868 . 


75 


... 1876 .. 


96 


... 1876 . 


95 


... 1871 . 


81 


... 1876 . 


. 96 


... 1884 . 


. 115 


... 1862 . 


56 


... 1862 . 


. 56 


... 1857 . 


47 


... 1890 . 


. 155 


... 1844 . 


33 


... 1884 . 


. 114 


... 1899 . 


.. 156 


L. 1884 . 


.. 114 


... 1885 . 


. 116 


... 1847 . 


37 


... 1886 . 


. 118 


... 1898 . 


. 154 


... 1893 . 


. 138 


... 171.. . 


10 


... 1760 . 


17 


... 1668 . 


5 


... 1719 . 


12 


... 1893 . 


. 139 


... 1891 . 


. 132 


... 1893 . 


. 141 


... 1870 . 


80 


... 1864 . 


65 


... 1887 . 


. 120 


... 1901 . 


. 163 


... 1895 . 


.. 146 


... 1867 . 


73 


... 1878 . 


.. 101 


... 1899 . 


. 159 


... 1888 . 


. 122 


... 1883 . 


. 113 


... 1844 . 


34 


... 1892 . 


.. 138 


... 1843 . 


31 


... 1880 . 


.. 106 


... 1874 . 


89 


... 1899 . 


.. 156 


... 1894 . 


.. 141 


... 1894 . 


. 141 


... 1899 . 


.. 156 


... 176.. . 


17 



Tucker, W. H. 
Tudor, H. B. 
Tudor, W. L. 
Tudor, W. O. 
Tunstall, P. 
Turner, H. 
Turner, J. 
Turner, J. 
Turner, W. 
Turner, W. H. 

Ullyett, J. 
Uren, H. E. 
Unsworlh, H. 
Unsworth, W. 
Uns worth, W. 
Uren, H. E. 

Yallack, J. 
Vargas, R. A. 
Varley, — 
Vaughan, F. L 
Vaughan, R. M 
Venner, H. B. 
Venoble, R. S. 
Vernon, E. V. 
Vernon, T. T. 
Vibart, H. W. 
Vickars, — 
Vickars, J. 
Vickers, J. 
Vicros, — 

Waistell, C. E. 

WaUtell, P. H 

Wade, — 

Wade, C. S. 

Wade, E. 

Wainwright, L 

Waithman, — 

Wakefield, A. 

Wall, G. ... 

Walker, — 
t Walker, A. 

Walker, C. 

Walker, E. 

Walker, F. 

Walker, H. 

Walker, H. 

Walker, J. 

Walker, J. 
tWalker, J. 

Walker, S. 

Walker, J. A. 

Walker, R. F. 

Walker, W. 

Walker, W. 

Walker. W. 
iWalkerdine, W 

Walkerdine, D. 

Walklate, W. 

Wallis, A. 

Wallis, A. A. 

Wallis, A. F. 

Wallis, B. H. 

Wallis, G. F. 

Wallis, H. W. 



E. 
H. 



TEAR 

1864 

1873 

1873 

1873 

1893 

1871 

1846 

1869 

173.. 

1869 

1894 
1891 
1864 
1844 
1864 
1891 

1847 

1880 

1882 

1887 

1897 

1890 

1901 

176.. 

1878 

1881 

1714 

17... 



1890 

1887 

186.. 

1897 

1897 

1877 

1866 

1861 

1867 

186.. 

1891 

1890 

1894 

1889 

1892 

1898 

1702 

1845 

1885 

1882 

1882 

1891 

171.. 

1782 

1891 
1893 
1865 
1848 
1872 
1883 
1880 
1871 
1880 



PAGK 
64 

87 
87 
8G 
141 
81 
35. 
76 
14 
7& 

144 

133- 

64 

33 

64 

135 

3& 
106 
111 
120- 
151 
130 
163 

la 

99 

109 
11 
14 
22 
22. 

128 

120 

53 

152 

151 

9& 

69 

54 

72 

53 

131 

128 

144 

126- 

136 

155 

9 

3& 
115 
111 

iia 

131 

12 

19 

22 

134 

139 

67 

37 

85 

112 

106 

82 

104 



[INDEX TO SCHOLARS. 



199 





YEAR 


PAGE 




TEAR 


PAGE 


Wallis, J. H. L. 


... 1871 . 


.. 82 


Wheatcroft, J. A. 


.. 1B86 . 


. 119 


Wallia, 0. H. ... 


... 1899 . 


.. 159 


Wheatley, A. E. 


... 1900 . 


.. 160 


Wallis, P. 


... 1852 . 


.. 41 


Wheeldon, C. E. 


... 186.. . 


. 60 


Wallis, W. 


... 1862 . 


59 


Wheeldon, G. ... 


.. 1849 . 


38 


Walsham, A. ... 


... 1883 . 


.. 113 


Wheeldon, G. E. 


.. 1867 . 


72 


Walter, R. A. ... 


... 1899 . 


.. 159 


Wheeldon, J 


.. 1868 . 


. 75 


Walton, C. 


... 1857 . 


.. 48 


Wheldon, C 


.. 1656 . 


4 


Walton, C. 


... 1871 . 


. 82 


Whelan, C. E. ... 


... 1865 


S6,179 


Walton, J. W. ... 


... 1844 . 


33 


Whishaw, J. H. 


.. 1860 . 


52 


Walton, T. W. ... 


... 1843 . 


32 


Whishaw, J 


.. 1862 . 


56 


Walton, W. H. ... 


... 183.. . 


.. '26 


Whistler, G 


.. 1860 . 


. 53 


Wansborough, H. S. 


... 1879 . 


.. 102 


Whiston, P. S. ... 


.. 1900 . 


. 159 


Ward, C. B. 


... 1861 . 


53 


Whiston, R. N. 


.. 1854 . 


. 45 


Ward, D. W. ... 


... 1899 . 


. 158 


Whiston, W. H. 


.. 1853 . 


. 43 


Ward, H. D. ... 


.:. 1859 .. 


51 


tWhitaker, A 


.. 1855 . 


. 45 


Ward, J. T. 


... 1861 . 


53 


Whitaker, A. C. 


.. 1878 . 


99 


Ward, J. W. ... 


... 1866 . 


. 68 


Whitaker, F 


.. 1901 . 


. 163 


W^ard, R. 


... 1740 . 


. 14 


Whitaker, F. S. 


.. 186.. . 


64 


Ward, R. 


... 1777 . 


. 19 


Whitaker, J. H. 


... 186.. . 


. 64 


Ward, T. 


... 1868 . 


74 


White, C. S 


.. 1896 . 


. 148 


Ward, W. 


... 1891 . 


. 131 


White, P. E 


.. 1896 . 


. 148 


Ward, W. S. ... 


... 1861 . 


. 53 


White, G 


.. 1852 . 


. 41 


Warden, A. F. G. 


... 1886 .. 


. 118 


White, G. E 


.. 1870 . 


. 80 


Ward ley, J. 


... 1882 . 


. 110 


White, W. 


.. 1851 . 


.. 40 


Warlow, R. P. ... 


... 1888 .. 


. 122 


Whitehead, W. 


.. 1847 .. 


37 


Wasse, G. M. ... 


... 1872 .. 


. 82 


Whitehouse, H. W. . 


.. 1883 .. 


. 113 


Waterall, R. ... 


... 1847 . 


36 


Whitehurst, C. H. . 


.. 1807 .. 


24 


Watkinson, J. ... 


... 1859 . 


39 


Whiteley, A. P. 


.. 1893 . 


. 139 


Watlington, J. C. 


... 1867 .. 


. 72 


Whitworth, R. C. 


.. 1871 . 


. 81 


Watson, — 


... 1882 .. 


. Ill 


Whitfield, R. L. D. . 


.. 1897 . 


. 153 


Waiton, A.. H» ... 


... 1881 .. 


. 110 


Whitle, C. W 


.. 1882 .. 


. Ill 


Watson, P. H. ... 


... 1885 .. 


. 117 


Whitle, J. L 


.. 1882 .. 


. Ill 


Watson, J. 


... 1880 .. 


. 104 


tWhitle, J. W 


.. 1879 .. 


. 104 


Watson, J. T. ... 


... 1881 . 


. 109 


Whittsker, T. A. 


.. 1894 . 


. 142 


Watson, W. ... 


... 1885 . 


. 116 


Wibberley, P. C. 


.. 1891 . 


. 134 


Waugh, A. T. ... 


... 1881 . 


. 108 


Wibberley, H. A. 


.. 1891 . 


. 134 


Wawn (Wavin), J. 


... 1760 . 


17 


Wigley, W. M 


.. 1891 . 


. 134 


Wayte, W. A. P. 


... 1881 . 


. 108 


Wilcockson, R. ... 


.. 171.. . 


12 


Weall, B. 


... 1898 .. 


. 155 


Wild, G 


.. 1851 . 


. 40 


Weall, W. W. ... 


... 1898 . 


. 155 


Wild, W 


.. 1844 . 


. 34 


Webber, G. H. ... 


... 1899 . 


. 158 


Wilde, C 


.. 1850 . 


39 


Webster, — ... 


... 186.. .. 


65 


Wildgoose, P 


.. 1850 . 


39 


Webster, P. ... 


.. 1876 . 


. 94 


Wildgoose, J 


.. 1852 . 


42 


Webster, G. W. B. 


... 1871 . 


. 82 


Wilkes, A. V 


.. 1893 . 


. 140 


Webster, H. ... 


... 1823 . 


. 24 


Wilkins, G. W. ... 


.. 1845 . 


31 


Webster, H. ... 


... 1836 . 


26 


Wilkins, W. ... 


.. 1863 . 


60 


Webster, J. 


... 1876 . 


. 94 


Willatt, P 


.. 1873 . 


. 86 


VVelboume, R. ... 


... 1890 . 


. 128 


Willatt {v. Woollatt) . 


.. 1763 . 


18 


Welch, H. P. ... 


... 1890 . 


.. 128 


Williams, A. A. 


.. 1858 . 


. 48 


tWelch, W. J. ... 


... 1884 . 


. 114 


Williams, A. A. 


.. 1865 .. 


. 61 


WeUs, A. H. ... 


... 1873 . 


. 86 


WiUiams, A. E. 


.. 1863 . 


61 


Wells, J. J. 


... 1861 . 


55 


Williams, R 


.. 1881 .. 


. 107 


Were, B. J. 


... 1897 . 


. 151 


Williams, W. ... 


-* ••■••■ • 


. 22 


West, C. K. ... 


... 1878 . 


.. 100 


Williams, W. A. 


.. 1897 . 


. 153 


WOSiiy IT* ••• ... 


... 186.. . 


. 61 


Williamson, G 


.. 1843 . 


. 31 


VT CO V fV* ••■ ••• 


... 1850 . 


.. 39 


Williamson, J 


.. 1843 . 


31 


West, S. 


... 1850 . 


.. 39 


Williamson, T. A. E. . 


.. 1860 . 


52 


West, W. S. ... 


... 1878 . 


.. 100 


Willington, P. E. . 


.. 1901 . 


. 163 


Weston, E. C. ... 


... 1901 . 


.. 163 


Wilmot, — 


.. 1753 . 


16 


Weston, J. B. ... 


... 1863 .. 


. 61 


Wilmot, E 


.. 1700 . 


9 


Weston, R. 


... 187.. . 


.. 96 


Wilmot, E. 


.. 1760 . 


16 


Weston, R. J. ... 


... 1900 . 


.. 160 


Wilmott, J 


.. 1714 .. 


11 


tWeston, W. ... 


... 1877 


. 96 


Wilmot, J 


.. 1760 . 


16 


Weston, W. A. ... 


... 1877 .. 


. 96 


Wilmot, J. E 


.. 1718 ., 


12 


Whestcroft, A. ... 


... 1872 . 


.. 83 


Wilmot, R 


.. 1614 .. 


2 


Wbeatcroft, H. A. 


... 1889 . 


. 124 


WiO)lmot. R. ... 


.. 167.. . 


7 


Wheatcroft, H. S. 


... 1871 .. 


. 81 


Wilmot, R. 


... 171.. . 


12 



200 



THE DERBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



Wilmot, R. 

Wilmot, R. 

Wilmot, R. 

Wilmot, R. M. ... 

Wilmshunt, A. P. 

Wilmshurst, E. R. 

Wilmthurst. J. 

Wilson, C. W. ... 

WilBon, P. 
^WiUon, G. D. ... 

Wilson, G. P. ... 

Wilson, H. 

Wilson, H. 

Wilson, H. C. ... 
tWilson, J. A. ... 

Wilson, J. B. P. 
^WiUon, J. C. ... 

Wilson, J. P. ... 

Wilson, P. M. ... 

Wilson, T. 

Wilson, T. 

Wilson, T. 

Wilson, W. 

Wilson, W. 

Wilson, W. J. ... 

Wimbush, S. 

Wimbush, W. ... 

Winfield, P. ... 

Winfield, G. ... 

Winfield, J. 
^Winter, A. A. P. 
tWinter, C. B. ... 

Wood, A. J. 

Wood, B. A. R. 

Wood, C. R. ... 

Wood, J. B. 

Wood, T. 

Wood, W. 

Wood, W. 

Wood, W. 

Wood, W. C. P. H. 

Woodhouse, J. ... 

Woolhouse, H. L. 

Woolhouse, R. H. 

Woodiwiss, A. ... 

Woodroffe, H. W. 

Woodroffe, J. A. 



YEAR 

1720 

1734 

176.. 

1865 

1899 

1901 

1870 

1884 

1873 

1892 

1858 

1858 

1875 

1889 

1889 

1893 

1862 

1893 

1893 

1651 

1844 

186.. 

1770 

1847 

1900 

1876 

1875 

1883 

1869 

1869 

1896 

1885 

1900 

1897 

1897 

1882 

169.. 

1857 

1857 

1881 

1897 

1764 

1863 

1867 

1899 

1891 

1854 



PAGE 

... 12 

... 14 

... 16 

... 65 
156. 163 

... 163 

... 80 

... 114 

... 86 

... 138 

... 50 

... 50 

... 92 

... 126 

... 126 

... 141 

... 141 

... 141 

3 

... 34 

... 60 

... 18 

... 37 

... 159 

... 94 

... 92 

... 112 

... 78 

... 78 

... 151 

... 117 

... 159 

... 153 

... 153 

... Ill 

8 

... 47 

... 48 

... 108 

... 151 

... 17 

... 60 

... 70 

... 158 

... 134 

... 44 







YEAR 


PAGE 


Woodroffe, J. 


M. 


... 1891 


... 134 


Woodroffe, W. 


• • • 


... 1846 


... 35 


Woodward, T. 


• •• 


186.. 


... 60 


Woollatt, G. 


• • • 


... 1854 


... 44 


WooUatt, E. and W. 


... 1763 


... 18 


WooUey. J. T. 


• • • 


... 1865 


... 66 


WooUey, T. 


• ■ • 


••• -•■■■■ 


... 22 


Woore, J. A. 


■ • • 


... 1890 


... 130 


Worthing^ton, 


E. 


... 1838 


... 27 


Worthington, 


H. 


... 1838 


... 26 


Woithington, 
Wragg, H. 


T. 


... 1838 


... 27 


• « • 


... 1883 


... 112 


tWrench, B. B. 


• • • 


... 1877 


... 97 


Wrench, J. H 


. K. 


... 1881 


... 108 


Wrench, W. M. 


... 1876 


95, 179 


Wright, — 


• • • 


lo5. . 


... 27 


Wright, A. P. 


■ • • 


... 1890 


... 130 


Wright, C. W. 


• ■ ■ 


... 1862 


... 59 


tWright, P. M. 


• • • 


... 1878 


. 99 


Wright, H. C. 


• • • 


... 1888 


... ^?i?. 


Wright, J. 


• • • 


... 1710 


... 10 


Wright, J. 


• • ■ 


... 173.. 


... 14 


Wright, J. 


• • • 


... 1746 


... 14 


Wright, J. S. 


■ a • 


... 1862 


... 59 


Wright, R. 


• • • 


... 174.. 


... 14 


Wright, R. 


■ • ■ 


... 1753 


... 16 


Wright, R. P. 


• « • 


... 1887 


... 121 


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